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A GENEALOGICAL 


RECORD AND HISTORY _ 


BAO A 


GEORGIA FAMILY IN AMERICA 


BEING 


The children and descendants of William and Sarah (Cable) Georgia and the 
children and descendants of Elijah Burr (1st) and Keziah (Stewart) 
Georgia. These were the first two men of this 
name to come to America 


BOTH MALE AND FEMALE LINES ARE CARRIED OUT COMPLETE 
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Compiled “a Edited by 
ELMORE L. BROOKS 
Cleveland, Ohio 


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This volume is divided into three parts: ++." 


BOOK ONE 
which relates to the family and descendants of Miles and Sally (North) Georgia. 


BOOK TWO 


relates to those of Elijah Burr (2nd) and Keziah (Tense) Georgia. These two men 
were the sons of William Georgia, one of the first two brothers to come to America. 


BOOK THREE 


which relates to the children and descendants of Elijah Burr (1st) and Keziah 
(Stewart) Georgia. This was the other first brother to come to America. 


Ghe Compiler of this Record 
Affectionately dedicates it to the 
Memory of the . 


«Many little children, (whose names are now herein 
written, or who may be hereafter inscribed), 

Who have lived and died, 

And said goodbye at the river side ; 

Whose feet have touched at the shining stream, 

Ghen faded away like a summer’s dream.” 


Cleveland, Ohio, 1921. Elmore £. ‘Brooks. 


563091 


PREFACE 


The writing of a history and genealogy of any large family. even if it only 
covers a period of a hundred years or so, is a long, hard, and tiresome task. 
However, if, as in the present case, the compiler is a member of the family whose 
ancestors and descendants are being sought, there is an interest and inspiration 
that will carry him along in spite of difficulties. disappointments, and weariness. 
The harder the undertaking and the farther away the information he seeks seems 
to be, the more eager he becomes. Then, too, the thought that he is doing some- 
thing for his fellow relative. and the future generations of his fainily, and the 
possibility that some one or more of the copies of the work he is writing, may last 
a few hundred years, and perhaps be discovered by some genealogist, who, like 
himself, may be seeking something concerning his forebears, is, I believe, one of 
the ereat incentives that induces a person to sometimes turn to this kind of work. 

The ideal genealogist must be one who is carefree and a seeker of events that 
happened in the long ago: who is able to travel and discover the old burial plot; 
dig up the fallen slab and copy the inscription that tells of the pioneer or war 
hero, who in his day thought not of fame or future glory: search out and 
copy musty records: reply to some excited or belated correspondent in a cheer- 
ful manner, and keep his temper at all times. Persistence, too, is a needed 
quality. : 

A busy man or woman should not engage in this occupation. It requires’ 
too close an application of the mind and efforts. I think most family genealogists 
are persons who have passed from business activities to idleness, and take up 
the task for the pleasure of having something to do and occupy the mind. 
Their reward is sure. 

The compiler of this RECORD has no apology to offer, neither does he 
elaim any special commendation for the work he has done. He has taken plenty 
of time, and has endeavored to be thorough, and has worked out the different 
lines of descent down to the very youngest of the present new generation, The 
tabulation-of all the families. and branches of families. he believes are nearly 
complete, only a few individuals have been left out for lack of data. He 
Sincerely hopes that there are few errors. His correspondents have been un- 
varyingly courteous and very willing to furnish the information asked for. Many 
have searched records, examined headstones, copied inscriptions, and even made 
an occasional long trip by team or auto, in an endeavor to get the facts needed 
to make this tabulation as complete as it is. 

As to the historical part, there is little real or documentary proof of what 
is written in, except family records and family tradition. It has come from 

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various sources: from the far West and its busy cities. and from the wheat farms 
of its vast plains. However, most of the information has been furnished by 
those families whose pioneer forefathers settled in the eastern and middle west- 
ern states. 

The compiler seems compelled to add. that while but little historical or 
political fame has come to his faimly, there is a certain fame or credit that be- 
longs to the name, and that is for sobriety. honesty. industry, and the recogni- 
tion of the Supreme Being. The three sons of the two immigrants who came 
to this country from Wales were men of the true pioneer type. who went into 
the wilderness, conquered it and made for theirs and themselves a home, and 
instilled into the minds of their children those qualities named above, which 
have lasted through all the generations down to the present. These are qualities 
that make a Christian home and a righteous life. 

The Compiler. 


Foreword 


The first family tabulated in this RECORD is the family of Miles Georgia, 
ycungest son of William Georgia. one of the two imunigrant ancestors of all the 
Georgia family in America. Miles” family and descendants constitutes the 
largest branch. The second branch of the family, tabulated in this RECORD. 
is that of Elijah Burr (2nd). the oldest son of William Georgia. This is second 
in size. The third branch is the family of Elijah Burr « 3rd), son of Elijah Bury 
(Ist), and is the smallest branch of the Georgia family. 

The tabulation of the Miles Georgia family is found in BOOK ONE. That 
of Elijah Burr (2nd) in BOOK TWO. and that of Elijah Burr (3rd) in BOOK 
THREE. 

The two immigrant forefathers had small families. | William. had four 
children, of whom only two, Miles and Elijah Burr (2nd), married and had 
children. The other first forefather Elijah Burr (1st) had one son. Elijah Burr 
(3rd). From these descended all the Georgia family in America, which number, 
living and dead, (all lines of descent) nearly two thousand souls. 


EXPLANATION 


In each Section of this RECORD there will be found, first, Historical 
sketches of some, at least. of the older ones listed in that Section. On the next 
pages will come the Directory, of that Section. having the names of all the now 
(1924) living adult people named in that Section, and their last known post 
office address. After these, the pages on which the families belonging in that 
Section are tabulated. 

In BOOK ONE, the first Section is lettered O. This Section has the name 
of William Georgia, the oldest of the first two Georgia men to come to America, 
and his wife. Sarah (Cable) Georgia. Also the names of their four children, 
and the family of Miles. the youngest of the four. The succeeding Sections 
are lettered from A to N. Section A relates to the family and descendants of 
Salome (Georgia) Stilson, the oldest of the fourteen children of Miles and Sally 
(North) Georgia. Section B, of Willis, the second child, and so on to the last 
of the fourteen. In each Section. after the first family is tabulated. comes the 
family of the oldest child and all its descendants, if there are any, then the 
oldest child of this family and all its descendants, and so on until this family 
are tabulated. Then we go back to.the second child of the first family and carry 
these through in the same way, and so with the families of each of these children. 

As a guide in following the tabulation. a ~mall figure in brackets is placed 
after each child's name. that later has a family, which indicates the page of 
that same Section on which the family can be found. If there is no figure then 
there is no family. 

The numbered pages and Sections. referred to in the right hand column 
of every page and half-page. are for the purpose of cracing back to the grand- 
parents and great-grandparents of each family of children, as far as there is 
any reeord of their ancestors. 

At the top of each page and half-page. marked ‘‘ Family Names” that 
parent’s name is written on the top line who was the Georgia descendant, whether 
male or female. On the second line is written the name of the one marrying in 
the family. Maiden names of the wives are always given. Names of the children 
are written under those of the parents. 


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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 


In acknowledging the many helps and favors received, while collecting the 
data and information for this Record and History, the compiler feels that he 
should thank each and every individual and family connected with and in- 
terested in this tabulation of the Georgia family. However, there are some who 
had the chance and oppertunity to do special favors and speciai work. It is of 
these that special mention is here made. 

First, many thanks are due the Ilon. Willis Z. Georgia, and Fred B. Georgia, 
both of Olean, New York. for the initial help they gave in making a start at this 
undertaking. and the interest they have shown and the many later helps they 
have given. 

To Augustus Dorn. of West Danby, for the map he drew of the location 
of the farm. and surrounding country, on which one of our great-grandfathers, 
Miles Georgia, settled. 

To Eugene Dorn. of Danby. for his kindness in obtaining and forward- 
ing, with no little trouble. a history of Tompkins and surrounding counties, and 
two Gazetters of New York state. all of which was of material aid. 

To John C. Thompson and his wife, Helen Bellis-Thompson, of Newfield. 
for special favors, and the photozraph of Miles Georgia, which appears in this 
book. 
To Charles B. Card. of Ithaca. for his willingness to make trips into the 
country, searching through cemeteries, and the several trips about the city seek- 
ing information. 

To J. Warren Georgia. of Ithaca, for his trouble in leoking up seme records 
in the Tompkins County Clerk's office. 

To Andrew F. Georgia, of Treadwell, New York. for his kindness in making 
a long auto trip in Delaware County. and securing some needed information. 

To Jerome L. Georgia and his wife. of Trumansburg, for their kindness 
in making a long drive and getting important data. ; 

To Frederick M. Bronson, of Richmond Hill, Long Island, for important 
items and other help. 

To Grace W. Bronson, teacher at Mt. Morris. for her help in locating Chester 
N. Stilson (now dead). the only member of the Stilson family living in the East. 

Then to Chester N. Stilson, for all the data and many items of information 
concerning the Georgia family. which he wrote out and forwarded. 

To Alfa Wood-Anderson. of Los Angeles. California. for the tabulated list 
of one large family in the far West. and the detailed account of one branch of 
the family, which she wrote out and sent in. 

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Special mention is due some cthers who rendered special service: Eva 
Sensabaugh, of Freeland, Michigan: Justina Justin, of Cleveland, Ohio; Burton 
Georgia, of Treadwell, New York: Belmont E. Georgia, of Sidney (now dead; : 
Myra Seely and Flora Dresser, of Spencer: also Lydia Ann Seely-Norris, and 
Phelena Seely, of Spencer; Mary E. Sincebaugh, of West Danby, and Gilbert 
Decker, of Buffalo. 

I was very fortunate in having some writings that my mother, Harriett 
Georgia-Brooks, made many years azo. These writings have been of invaluable 
help. The little diary and notebook left by my grandfather, Willis Georgia. 
and loaned me by his grandson, Willis Z. Georgia, has, too given me great assist- 
ance. That Family chart compiled by Elijah Burr Georgia (5th) many years 
ago has been an important guide. This is mentioned on other pages of this 
Record. 

Last, but not least, I mention with gratitude the hearty encouragement aud 
assistance, financial and otherwise. given me at all times by my children, Harry 
Ansel Brooks and Cora Brooks-Broadhurst, and my brother, Mott A. Brooks. 
of East Orange, New Jersey. 

Elmore L. Brooks. 


SPECIAL INDEX 


PAGE 

Fndéx of Names cos opscccsesswcssouss CEG NS KSEE TRE SEOW DR Se Sh TS TR Sie RE DEER ST CSS 300 
William Georgia, (who came from Walesa) . 2.26. 6000 6sesesecs cccecccwncecccesee 17, 233 
Miles: Georsia, (SON OF Wiliam) nace ainiein sseesisrcisisiewisioteneiniew wietere:g. si0:nsswieieeesiesioniee nie ve ASS 
Elijah Burr Georgia, Ist (enme from Wales) .... 0.0.0.2. cece ee ee eee Sasewisscie’s LT LST 
Elijah Burr Georgia, 2nd (son of William) ..........--. SA Wl nce alecSTSte Rie MS wes auslo 18, 23+ 
Elijah Burr Georgia, 3rd (son of Elijah Burr, Ist). ......-. 20. eee ee eee ee eee eee vo OE 
Elijah Burr Georgia, 4th (son of Elijah Burr, 2md)........... 0.0 2-....2-022-00- eo S36 
Elijah Burr Georgia, Sth (son of Miles Georgia) ............- 2.02. ec ee ec ee ee ee eee 186 
Elijah Burr Georgia, 6th (son of Nathaniel Georgia). ........ 00.0... ee eee eee eee 239 
BOOK: ‘OME. sess swewsesivciness e240 ee TOE sa TE TARITIE KGS sR SES SS CE vese 20 
Section O, (Family of William ‘Georgia sisiecs.on as. c6:va.cie odnints. none So9 5 20: 155, 233 
Section A, (Family of Salome Georgia-Stilson)......... ccc cece eee cee enee oo 2D 
Section B, (Fanrils of Willis Georgian) ecsscisccccnagoses eoceweew we meserncens 26 
Section C, (Family: of Polix Georgia Seels)) occas 2eiss de cssins Kise we 05 35S RSs 67 
Section D, (Family of ‘Harmon’ S.. Georgia) owes, <ciomesierricagsnincincanewwiaw eens Ww? 
Section E, (Pamiiv 6f Aiiles Georsia Jr jiicsiccc cscs ees sscesscscceestiscwess 135 
Section F, (Family of Alma Georgia-Foster-Horton)..............20-.--0005 139 
Section G, (Family of Orson: C. Georgia) so.eisee cieewciaieoanes mre le cnarecarerctas sae adS 
Section H, (Faniily of (Orriit Ni Gevrpian)s: cccs couse ce eease sue 09 wormage es » 15s 
Section I, (Ramily of Niles: ‘Georgia sic. os 08. ce cost oe ae ve os caew de deeeeeee 175 
Section J, (Family of Elijah Barr Georpta, Sth )s,..cc00wemcaweccncasiniewiceitios 186 
Section K, (Pamitv.of Willtain Wi Georgia) o< sce espe dies me Sass nssawsslesacs 206 
Section L, (Family of Sally Georgia-Bellis) ...... 2+... 20-e- ee ccec ene eecceee 21k 
Section. A, (Family of David N. Georgia). <1..02.ccwccceicviccciecescwewsessees 218 
ection, N,. (Honier Georgia). ssccssnes scenes eevee ewan oo ew seasieis ests eae SEL 
BOOK PERV: seyezacenidinpsisvsmod eigenen Din. oid ei SOG Re SERS AER Srratawsmowarsse exepesminian Soe 
Section O, (Family of Elijah Burr Georgia, 2nd)...........-...06. Siaierwiaarele os 23% 
Section I, (Family of Dr; Willitth, Georgia) .cs wsscise. sé cncesmiwesiase sie eiciescies 234 
Section IT, (Family of Nathaniel Georgia)... ...... 0.0. eee ce cece ec ccee -- 235 
Section III, (Femily of Elijah Burr Georgia, 4th)-..........2......002 e220 os S46 
Section IV,, (Family of Miles BR: Georgia)... cececds cone ccacccsnsccnstecsisce 257 
Section V, (Family of Nathan S. Georgia)........-...--.---.. isis fakin oro cece 269 
Section VI, (Family of Cyreneus S. Georgia)......-......- ee cece eee Waren ters ws 273 
BOOK "THREE seje-0ie:¢- 0.010 Sa nnniesih tes saeee EMER Ge CSaTe Ramelce’ ck oe Se seanwetre ‘eage BSS 
Family of Elijah Burr Georgia, 3rd........ SR esies ee semeines S:mirareoincieiee axe Sar 


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SECTION O—Book ONE. 





This Section contains the names of the 
children and grandchildren of 
WILLIAM AND Saran (CABLE) GEorGIA. 
Also 
the children of 
MILES AND SaLtty (NorTH) GEORGIA. 


oon” 
wee ee ee eet ee te 
Cetera et ae 


Historical account. 


THE GEORGIA FAMILY IN AMERICA 


It has been said, and with truth, that *tmost American families begin their 
genealogical tree with the stout-hearted emigrant who crossed the ocean forgetting 
to bring his family record with him. His oversight in this is of no great conse- 
quence in any case, but from the date of his arrival here it ought to be possible to 
trace the lineage of every family.” 

Fortunately for those interested in the genealogy and history of the Georgia 
family in America, we are able to trace from the immigrant forefathers of this 
family, each line of descent down to the youngest of each veneration, since the 
time these men came to this country. 

Two brothers, William and Elijah Burr Georgia, came to America from 
Wales, some time during the War of the Revolution. The traditions of the family 
differ somewhat as to the manner in which these men reached American shores. 
One account says that they were taken from their fishing-boat, off the coast oi 
Wales, by a British Man-oi-War and impressed as sailors, to serve during the war 
of Great Britain with her American colonies. That they lived in Milford Haven. 
Wales, and their names was Yhorgha. After crossiny the Atlantic, the vessel 
came to anchor in the harbor of Savannah, Georgia. Obtaining shore leave, the 
brothers promptly deserted; changed their names to Georgia: came North and 
settled in New Milford. Connecticut. 

The other story told to many of the family is. that one man only came to 
America. This was William, who it was said had become dissatisfied with con- 
ditions in his native land. and had decided to try his fortune in the New World. 
We are told that his father and grandfather were men of wealth, who owned and 
operated many silk mills, that they had large tracts of farm lands occupied by 
serfs. All of this, however, was of not sufficient interest to him. to keep him in 
that country. 

Both of these accounts are partly correst, us we know that two brothers did 
come to America, whether they came as prisoners-of-war or of their choice. we 
are not sure. But we know that these brothers. William end Elijah Burr Georgia, 
settled in New Milford, Connecticut. Soon after coming to this country, William, 
who was the oldest of the two, married Sarah Cable. They had four children, 
Elijah Burr (2d), born in 1779: William, Jv.. in 1781: Alia, in 1783, and Miles, 
in 1785. While these children were yet voung, the father, William, became home- 
sick and longed to go back to his native land. Ile wanted his wife and children to 
accompany him on his proposed return to Wales. His wife very naturally ob- 
jected to leaving her parents and friends to go to a land that he, himself, was 
once dissatisfied with. One day, after a discussion over the matter, he left the 

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house in a fit of temper, and walked away across the fields. and they never saw. or 
heard from, or of him again. At the time he left home he had a weaver’s shuttle 
in his hand and was dressed in a suit of white linen. The cloth for this suit was 
woven by himself, for he was a skilful weaver and had a loom in his house. 

Of how the mother managed to care for and rear her four children, we know 
nothing. Sarah Cable belonged to one of the best families in New Milford. and 
was a woman of fine character, a Christian. and well qualified to train her children 
in a proper manner. That they were well eared for and instructed, there is not 
the slightest doubt. for in all the vears of their lives they were noted for certain 
traits of character that must have been festered and cultivated while they were 
young. Some of their good qualities must be mentioned. such as industry. 
sobriety and rugged honesty. Right here it can be said that these good qualities 
have been inherited by their posterity down to the present time. Wherever you 
find a Georgia you will find a man or woman that is sober, honest. cheerful. and 
always busy. 

How long Elijah Burr Georgia (1st) remained in New Milford is not re- 
corded. In 1793 several families from New Milford moved to Meredith, Delaware 
County, New York. Among these early settlers of Meredith from Connecticut 
was Nathaniel Stewart, Daniel North, Nathan and Truman Stilson, and Oliver 
Dutton. It appears that Elijah Burr also came to Meredith about this time. In 
1796 he married Keziah Stewart. daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah Stewart. A 
history of the County. published in 1860, says that they. Elijah Burr Georgia 
and Keziah Stewart. were the first settlers of Meredith to marry. and that they 
eloped, but does not say where the marriage teok place. They had one son. 
named Elijah Burr, born in 1797, who was brought up by his grandparents. 
Nathaniel Stewart and wife. The boy grew up, and in time married Electa 
Saphronia Hill, and had six children. These children, except one, married and 
raised families whose children and grandchildren, with few exceptions, settled 
in Otsego and Delaware counties. (See Beok Three of this Record.) Of Elijan 
Burr Georgia (1st), the one who came from Wales. and his wife, we have no 
further knowledge. It was said that they later settled in North Hampton. 
Massachusetts, but of this was have no proof. and there has been found no de- 
scendant of theirs in that state. 

Of two of the children of William Georgia and Sarah Cable we have no later 
record. These were William and Alma, the second and third born. They may 
have died young or they may have become man and woman, but there is now ne 
trace of any descendant of either. if there ever were any. Surely it seems as 
though some one, of at least William’s posterity. must have appeared in this 
search for the Georgia family, which has been made in almost every state of the 
Union. 

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Elijah Burr (2nd), the oldest of the four children of William Georgia, was 
married in New Milford, Connecticut, to Keziah Tense. They had four children 
while they lived there. William G.. born in 1804: Nathaniel, in 1806; Elijah 
Burr (4th), 1808, and Miles R., in 1812. When Miles R.. the baby, was six 
weeks’ old the father and mother prepared to earry out their plan to journey to 
a new home they hoped to make in Newfield. Central New York, not many miles 
from the present city of Ithaca, Tompkins County. This was in February, 1513, 
the coldest season of the vear. Elijah B. was a rugged man, in the prime of 
life, and his wife a healthy courageous woman, and neither had any fears that 
they would not reach their destination in due time. anticipating no harin to the 
baby, or to the three older lads who were to go with them. It is also possible that 
Elijah’s mother, Sarah Cable-Georgia, accompanied the family on this trip to 
their new home. Of this we are not sure, but we know that later she was with 
them in Newfield, and died there. She was buried in a cemetery in Newfield, 
and a stone stands at the head of her grave on which is cut this inscription: 
**Sarah, relict of William Georgia, who died November 22nd, 1818. aged 69 
years.’ 

For this trip in mid-winter. Elijah and his wife must have made careful 
preparation. as at least part of the way, and after they had passed the eastern 
section of New York State. the roads led through a dense wilderness. and the 
distance to Newfield must have been 200 to 250 miles by the routes used at that 
time. They had a strong team of horses, a well built sleigh and plenty of furs 
and soft bedding so a comfortable warm place could be made for the mother and 
children. We can imagine that they packed in the sleigh many of the things 
they would need in their future home, and all the small tools there was room 
for. Surely an ax, saw and rifle were included. How lone they were on the 
way or what difficulties they encountered we do not know. We also wonder if 
they found good places to stop for the night. No doubt they carried all the food 
they could spare room for, as well as grain for the team. They probably stopped 
for a few days’ rest at Meredith, where -o many former New Milford people 
were then living. However, in time they came to the place where they were 
to make a home, and home it was to them for the remainder of their lives. 

In time the surrounding forest gave way to the untiring efforts of these 
pioneers. 


‘*His echoing ax the settler swung amid the sea-like solitude, 
** And rushing, thundering down were Huns the titans of the wood."’ 


After some years the log cabin was replaced by a more modern structure. 
One of his grand-nieces, who visited there with her parents years after, says in 
some writings she left: *‘ We visited our vreat-Uncle, Elijah Burr Georgia, who 


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lived in Newfield on a large farm having nice large buildings and lots of fruit. 
Such tall pear trees I never saw anywhere else. and there was a great variety of 
plums and apples.’’ So they prospered and other children were born until 
there were nine in all. (See Book Two of this Record.) 

In 1820 the First Baptist Church of Newfield was organized. and Elijah B. 
Georgia became one of its first deacons and nearly all of his children members. 
We find in later years many of the children and grandchildren interested mem- 
bers and workers of some church in the community where they were living. 

As to when Elijah B. died there appears to be no record. but it is known 
that he died some years after the death of his wife, which occurred January 2nd. 
1845. Both were buried in the cemetery at Newtield village. and a stone at the 
head of her grave has this inscription: **Kezia, wife of Elijah B. Georgia, diel 
January 2nd, 1845, aged 64 years. 4 months and 25 days.** On this lot, too, is 
the grave of his mother. which has been described on another page. 

Miles Georgia, the youngest son of William and Sarah Cable Georgia, seems 
to have remained in New Milford. Connecticut. with his mother. until he was 
about 20 vears of age. Then he went to Meredith, New York, where he met Sally 
North, whose father, Daniel North, and family, had been in Meredith since 1793. 
Miles and Sally were married in 1806. Whether they were married in Meredith, 
or Newfield, is not known. About this time several families from Meredith moved 
to the present town of Newfield. Among them were the Norths, and Stewarts, 
and Miles and his wife were with them. They began housekeeping at once, and 
it is supposed that they located at that time on the lands that became the farm 
where they lived so long, and where their 14 children were born. This farm lies 
in the town of Newfield, about one mile west of West Danby. It is now (1923) 
owned by Charles B. Fairchild, having been sold to him by Myron M. Tupper. 

When Miles and his young wife came there it was covered by the original 
forest trees, and a log house was their home. The fact that Miles had located 
here was, no doubt, a factor in inducing Elijah B. and his wife to leave the East 
and make that long journey in the dead of winter, in 1813. to take up lands 
within three miles of his brother. This land was west of that owned by Miles. and 
south-east of the village of Newfield, and is now (1923) owned by Alfred Olli. 

Besides clearing his own land and constructing new and up-to-date farm 
buildings, Miles made contracts for clearing other land. which seems to have 
been quite profitable, as he became the owner of a number of farms and other 
property. He was a man of medium height, strong and active, and few men could 
accomplish more than he. 

About the vear 1820 Miles was induced to move his family to Meredith, where 
he contracted to do this same kind of work. IIe soon found that the work of 

‘clearing land in that section of country was much more difficult and not so profit- 
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able, owing to the fact that the timber was mostly hard wood and not so easily 
handled. They remained in Meredith about a year and returned to Newtield. 

In 1807 their first child Salome was born. Willis was born in 1809, Polly 
in 1810. Harmon in 1512. and Miles, Jr. in 1814. Then other children came at 
intervals of from one to two and one-half years apart. Alma, Orson, Orrin, 
Niles, Elijah Burr, William, Sally. and David. Five vears after David, July 
Ist, 1833. Homer was born. Three months later, October 3rd. the wife and 
mother, Sally North Georgia. laid down the burden of life. and Miles was without 
a helpmate and his children motherless. She was buried at West Danby, in ” 
cemetery near the Methodist church, and a stone yet stands at the head of her 
grave which tells her name and date of death. That she had been a faithful. 
Christian wife and mother, there is not the least doubt. The children, who were 
then grown, were well reared and cared for, coming to man and womanhoud 
strong and healthy, the daughters being noted for their beauty and ability. 
When she died four of the oldest were married and the other ten all under 
twenty vears of age. Alma was nearly seventeen and probably yet at home. 
This was a trying time for the father, even with the help of the daughter: so 
after a year or two he married Letty Landen for his second wife. She brought 
with her three of her six children by a former marriage. In 1843. 10 vears after 
the death of Sally, Miles sold his farm, and with the family of his second wife. 
moved to Rollin, Michigan. By this time all of his children, but the youngest. 
were nearly grown, and all but four married. Salome was the first to marry, 
and died when her oldest girl was 18 years of age, at Mt. Morris, New York, where 
the family had lived a few years. 

After moving to Michigan he purchased a small farm where they lived for 
about 20 years. The records in the office of the County Clerk, at Ithaca, show 
that he at different times up to 1850 sold and conveyed several pieces of property. 
mostly farm lands in the towns of Danby and Newfield, so that doubtless he 
was well provided for in his declining years, 

In 1856 Miles made a trip to New York state, and visited some of his children. 
While on this visit he gave to one of his sons some data and facets concerning his 
father and mother. This data was recorded in an old diary and account book. 
and has greatly aided the compiler in vetting at certain family history. Previous 
to this. Miles had been very reluctant to talk much about his father, and seemed 
to feel disgraced because his father left his family in the, manner he did. 

Two letters have been preserved that Miles wrote to one of his grand- 
daughters. from Rollin, Michigan, in 1862 and 1863. | These letters reveal the 
kindly Christian character of the man, and his sorrow because of the war of the 
Rebellion, which was then in progress. In the last one he writes of his infirmities 
and of how little he was able to do. He also spoke of the fact that he was so far 

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separated from his children and kindred, and that there were none near enough 
to follow him to his last resting place. Ile says: ‘*I feel that Iam in a strange 
land and among strangers: denied the society of children, friends, and aequaint- 
ances, QO! that I eould have one to mark the spot of my grave! Ile then qnotes 
two verses from one of Watt's hymn :— 
‘“*Hear me, O God, nor hide thy face, 
But answer lest I «ie, 


Hast thou not built a threne of Grace 
To hear when sinuers ery? 


**My days are wasted like the smoke 
Dissolving in the air, 

My flesh is dried, my heart is broke 
And sinking in dispair.*’ 

“These two stanzas will express my feelings to vou better than ay other 
way.’’ This letter also indicated that he was still on his farm, but soon after left 
it and went to live with one of his wife’s daughters, who cared them as long as 
they lived. He died October 16th, 1569, a few years after the death of his second 
wife, aged 84 years.. He was buried in a cemetery at Rollin Center, Michigan, 
and a stone at the erave tells his name and the usual dates of birth and death. 

The history of the two men, Elijah Burr and Miles Georgia. as told in the 
foregoing lines, indicates that they and their wives were true pioneers and 
settlers. At the time they settled in that new country the land was covered by 
deep woods, and there were. years of the hardest kind of toil before them. This, 
it must not be forgotten. was at a time when the bear, wolf, panther, and other 
wild animals had not vet left the country: when it required courave and endur- 
ance to overcome the trials that were sure to come to them, This spirit of the 
pioneer so marked in these men and their wives was stronyly inherited by their 
children. In later years many of them made homes and farms for themselves 
out of other new lands which had hardly been touched by the settler’s ax. They, 
too, were in time blessed with generations of children and grandchildren, many 
of whom are now found at new pursuits and new ventures, in which they nearly 
always succeed, 

All these old pioneers have long since passed on. and are now sleeping ‘‘their 
last long sleep.’’ We say in the words of the poet: 

SLEEP, OLD PIONEER. 


By Will Carleton. 


‘*When the Spring-time touch is lightest, 
When the Summer-eves are brightest, 
Or the Autumn sings most drear; 
When the Winter’s hair is whitest. 

Sleep, old pioneer! 
Safe beneath the sheltering soil, 
Late enough you crept; 


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You were weary of the toil 
Long before you slept. 
Well you paid for every blessing, 

Bought with grief cach dav of cheer: 
Nature's arms around you pressing, 
Nature’s lips your brow caressing, 

Sleep, old pioneer! 


‘*When the hill of toil wes steepest, 

When the forest-frown was deepest, 
Poor, but young, you hastened here; 

Came where solid hope was cheapest— 
Came—a pioneer. 

Made the western jungles view 
Civilization ’s charms: 

Grasped a home for yours and you, 
From the lean tree-arms. 


“Toil had never cause to doubt vou— 
Progress’ path vou helped to clear; 

But our memory-eyes have found you, 
And we hold vou grandly dear; 

With no work-day wves to wound you 

With the peace of God around you— 
Sleep, old pioneer! ** 


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BOOK ONE 














Section O Page 1 
BirtH Pace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
The parents of these two men 
lived in Wales, and did not 
come to this country; we have | 
no record or knowledge of their | | H 
names or of the town or city,! | | 
in Wales, where they lived. | | 
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Children | | | 
| | 
Wales WILLIAM GEORGIA *(14a) Xo Record = No Record | 
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“ ELIJAH Burr (Ist) ((Book 3)’ No Record | No Record 
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Page 11% 
BirtH Pace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
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Wales WILLIAM GEORGIA | No»Record ; No Record 
Married | 
New Milford, Ct. | SaraH CABLE Jan. 1748; Nov. 22, sane 
| 
Children | 
| 
ae EvIgAH Burr GeorGia (2nd) | Oct. 1, 1779 No Reeord | 
(See Book Two) | | 
New Milford WILLIAM | Jan. 21, 1781' No Record | 
! 
“ ALMA Nov. 3, 1783' No Record | 
| 
ay MILES *(2)| May 21, 1785 Oct. 18, 1869" 


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Section O Page 2 
BirtH Prace Famiry Naes | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
i 
New Milford, Ct. | Mites Georgia May = 31, 1735! Oct. S, 1S69 Parent 


Married 
Satty NorrH 


| See Sec. O, Page 1% 
June 21, 1758 Oct. —-3,_:1833 





Children 
Newfield, N. Y. Dates GEORGIA (Sec. A) June 27, 1807, March 27, 1s44 Grandparents 
2 | See See. O, Page 1%, 
ms WILLIS (See. B) | Jan. +, oe May 23, 1892} 
6s PoLLy (See. C) | Oct. 24, 1810) July 9 27, 1835 
Harmon Harmon 8. (See. D) | June 28, ste, Mity 3) 18st 
ee Mies, Jr. (See.E) Dee. 25, Isl4 July 3, 13t 
ee ALMA (See. F) | Nov. 14, 1815 July 25, 1390 
“ Orson C. (See.G)| Nov. 18, 191%, Oct. 24, 1596 
“ Orrix N. (See.H) | April 5, Iszy, June jz, 194 
“ Nites S (See. I) | Jan. 28, 122 Sept. 1s, 157s 
ee ELIvaAH Burr (See. J) Oct. 7, Ixz3. Dee, 13, 1886 
a Wituram W. (See. K) Jan. li, Is25 ! April 12, Is9u | 
es 1 SALLY (See.L) Aug. 19, 1526, Aug. 23, 1894 | 
“ Davip N. (See. M) Jans 26; S28, Sept. 14, 1599 
‘6 Homer (See. N) | July 1, 1333, No Record 
Seeond Marriage 
to 
Lerry LaNpEN Xo Record | No Reeord 








MILES GEORGIA 


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SECTION A—Bvook ONE. 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
ASAHEL AND SALOME (GEORGIA) STILSON. 


afeefofentecs 


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Directory and Historical Account. 


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SALOME GEORGIA-STILSON 


Salome Georgia was born in Newfield, New York, January 27th, 1807. 
She was the oldest of the fourteen children of Miles and Sally (North) Georgia. 
When she was eighteen years of age she married Asahel Stilson. They began 
housekeeping in a small way as they had almost nothing at that time, but young 
Stilson and his wife were ambitious and not afraid to work. At the time of 
her marriage Salome’s parents had ten children, so doubtless her home training 
had been such as to qualify her as an economical cook and housekeeper. She 
is said to have been a very attractive girl, with brown hair, blue eyes and rosy 
cheeks. The memory of her pretty face is said to have been the reason why 
Asahel Stilson left home. as soon as he was twenty-one years of age, and walked 
the entire distance from Meredith. New York, to Newfield, where ber parents 
lived. He made a bargain with Salome’s father to help him in the work of 
clearing land, at which he was then engaged. Young Stilson had become ae- 
quainted with the family some three or four years previous. and had not for- 
gotten them. Like Jacob of old, he worked faithfully for Selome’s father for 
about two years, then they were married. 

They lived in Newfield nearly two years more and moved to Meredith. 
After living there for four years they went to Ridge, New York, a small town 
not far from Mount Morris. In a few years we find them again in Newfield, 
in partnership with Seymour A. Seely, clearing land on what was ealled the 
“‘windfall”* tract. After about two years. in 1842, they were forced to return 
to Mount Morris, to reoccupy the farm they had sold when they left for New. 
field. The purchaser had defaulted in his payments, besides removing the house 
from the property. A new house had to be built which Asahel did mostly him- 
self, at times when not employed by others. In the winter of 1543 and 184. 
a contagious and fatal disease appeared in the country surrounding Nunda, 
Ridge and Mount Morris. Some of the near relatives of Asahel became ill 
and Salome went to their assistance. She, too, contracted the disease and died 
within a few days. She was then the mother of two children, Phelena, aged 
seventeen and Harriett. six. Both were born in Newfield, the oldest during 
the second year of their marriage, and the youngest while they were there 
the last time. Phelena had married James F. Newton, about two years pre- 
vious to her mother’s death, and her first child died less than two montlis 
before Salome. Later other children came to this couple, and one of them, 
Arthur G. Newton, lives in Los Angeles, California. 

Asahel and his wife resolutely faced the situation wheu they returned to 
Mt. Morris, determined to regain their loss and yet make a home for them- 
selves. Both were active members of the Baptist church and lived Christian 

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lives. The new house was hardly completed. when death came to the wife and 
mother. This was a hard blow to Asahel and added to the already heavy load 
he was carrying. For about a year he paid for the care of the young girl, 
Harriett. Then he married Elsey Nelson, an estimable women about Salome ’s 
age. Their only child, a son, was born April 13th, 1846. This was Chester 
N. Stilson, who still lives on the old homestead which has been changed very 
much since the days that Salome and his father lived there Many acres of 
land have been added te the little farm and new buildings erected. The new 
house includes a part of the old house that Asahel built. The farm and build- 
ings as they are today, indicate the residence of a prosperous farmer. 

Mr. and Mis. Stilson have raised a family of five children. most of whom 
live near them. Mr. Stilson recalls with much pride that all his people are 
and have been a religious family. His grandfathers. on both sides, were Bap- 
tist deacons, as was his father, Asahel. Chester and his oldest son are both 
deacons in the Baptist church at Mt. Morris. which the family have attended 

“so many years. 

A short distance to the west of this farm house is a cemetery that was 
laid out in 1526. There. many of the Stilson family are buried. Salome, 
too, lies in this place by the side of her husband, after a short life of hard work 
and sacrifice. 

Harriett grew to womanhood, and in 1866 married Orange C. West. They 
had two children, Effie May and Willis Georgia West. The last named lives 
in St. Louis. Michigan. where he is a prominent citizen and business man, 
respected by all who know him. 


(NOTE—Since the above was written, Che-ter N. Stilson died at his home near Mt. Merris, 
aged 7S vears. He was a highly respected and intelligent man. All his life- 
time he hus resided on the farm where he was born and is buried in the little 
cemetery mentioned atove. Elis death occurred June 27th, 1924.) 


DIRECTORY-—Section A 
BOOK ONE 


Names, and last known postoffice. address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of AsaHeL and SaLomMe 
(Georcia) STILSON. 


NEWTON, Arthur G. 1211 Huntley Drive Los Angeles, Calif. 
STOETZER, Mrs. Grace (Newton) 4245 Olive St. és 

Doesincs, Lena May (Newton Wilgek) Santa Monica, Calif. 
NEWTON, Miss Mabel 1211 Huntley Drive Los Angeles, Calif. 
WEst, Willis Georgia St. Louis, Mich. 


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BOOK ONE 
Section A ~ Page J 
= : ; 
BirtH Pace Fasiry Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N.Y. SALOME GEORGIA June 27, 1807 March 27, 1844 Parent 
Married See Sec. O, Page 2 
ASAHEL STILSON Nov. 18, 1802 May 1, 1887] 
| 
! | 
) i} 
! 
| ! 
| Children | 
| 
Newfield, N. Y. PHELENA STILSON *(11%) | Sept. 26, 1826 Oct. 8, 1897 Grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
Ridge, N. Y. : Harriett &. (S'2)}] Sept. 25, 1837 July 24, 1856 Great-grandparents 
| See See. O, Page 14.2 
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Page 115 
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BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 


Newfield, N. Y. 


x. 


Lennox, N. 


Mt. Morris, N. Y. 


‘é oe so be 


Melmore, Ohio 


St. Jobns, Mich. 


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GENEALOGY 














PHELENA STILSON Sept 
| Married 
JAMES F. NEwtToN Sept 
i 
Children | 
| ADALINE NEWTON Dec. 
CECELIA (2) | July 


ARTHUR G, (2%) | Jan. 
| 


‘ 
, WILLIS 
| 


ELLEN 





Sept. 
Sept. 


Parent 
| See Sec. A, Page 1 








} Grandparents 

| See Sec. A, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 2nd Great-grundparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 115 


26, 1826 Oct 8, 1897 | 
10, 1822 Feb. 11, 1905 
25, 1843 Feb. 2, 1844 
11, 1845 Feb, 2, 1922, 
27, 1851. 

- 1861. Oct. 7, 1861) 
%, 1861 Sept. 7, 1861 | 


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BOOK ONE 
Section A Page 2 
yl a l 
B:rtH Piace | Famity Names j Born D:ep ANCESTRY 
! 


oe 
| 
Mt. Morris, N. Y. ana M. NEwtos July 11, 1845; Feb. 22, 1922 Parent 
ee Married j See Sec. A, Page 1% 
| GeorGe L. Patcu 


| 

} 

| 

Children | 

‘ 
Fraxk Lewis Patcu Jan, 29, 1871) July 29, 1871; Grandparents 
i | See Sec. A, Page 1% 
Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. A, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'3 





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| 
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BirtH =PLace Fami.y Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 


Page 214 














Melmore, O. ARTHUR G, NEWTON Jan. 27, 1851 Parent 
Married | See Sec. A, Page 1% 
Carri—e A. BartLey | Sept. 20, 1855 May 1, 1394 


Children 


Riverdale, Mich. | Grace E. Newtox ‘Oct. 3, 1881 Grandparents 
' See Sec. A, Page 1% 
St. Louis, Mich. | Lexa May *(3) Dee. 8, 1883 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. A, Pane 1 
Little Rock, Ark. | MaBLe | Nov. 6, 1835 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
Sec Sec. O, Page 1\% 


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BOOK ONE 
Section A Page 3 
————————— — a $$ —__---——— 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
! 
st. Louis, Mich. Lexa May NEWTON | Dee. 8, 1583 Parent 
Married | See Sec. A, Page 214 
Franz R. WILGEK 
Children 
CHESTER R. N. WILGEK April 26, 1918 | Grandparents 
See See. A, Page 244 
Second Marriage Great-grandparents 
. to | See Sec. A, Page 114 
OLNEY Jay Dossixs { | 2nd Great-grandparents 
. See Sec. A, Paye 1 
Children | 8r_ Great-grandparents 
DaPHENE J. Dossins Jan. 21, 1915 | See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 4th Great-grandparents 
ALice M. Nov. 5, 1916 | See Sec. O, Paye 1% 
OLNEY Jay, JR. Sept. 9, 1919 | 
| 
Derotuy G. Mareh 27, 1922 
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Ridge, N. Y. ‘Harriett SaLoME StILsos Sept. 25, 1837 July 24, 1896 Parent 
| Married | ; See See. Ad, Page 1 
Niagara, N.Y. Orance C. West Oct. 24, 1824 April 4, i 
| Children | 
Whitman Lake, M. WILLIS Georgia West Dee. 26, 1566 Grandparents 
, | See Sec. A, Page 1 
ve co 63) EPFIE May Pee 26, 1868 April 22, 1909 Great-grandparents 
\ See Sec. O, Page 2 
Wits G. West | 2nd Great-grandparents 
Married . See Sec. O, Page 115 
Tecumseh, Mich. ALICE SAVIERS Aug. 28, 1870; July 29, 1920) 


no children 


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to 
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SECTION B—Book Oxe. 


ih 





etests 
Tere 


This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
WILLIs AND CLARINDA (WILSON) GEORGIA, 


Directory and Ilistorical Account. 





WILLIS GEORGIA 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 
WILLIS GEORGIA 


Willis Georgia was the second child and oldest son of Miles and Sally 
(North) Georgia, and was born in 1809, January fourth. In the later years 
of his life he often spoke of the fact, that he was born in the same year that 
Abraham Lincoln was, and for years he carried an old copper one-cent piece 
that bore the date 1809. 

In 1828 he was married to Clarinda Wilson. Tle was nineteen vears of 
age and she eighteen. Ilis wife claimed the distinction of being a descendant 
of James Wilson, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. They 
began housekeeping at Miners Mills. Danby. This was a small hamlet near 
West Dandy, on what is now the farm of Andrew J. Snyder, where Willis was 
employed in a saw mill. Here four children were born, Harrison W., Albert 
W., Harriett B. and Louisa C. Then they moved on a farm farther up in 
the town of Danby, where Bears P. (who died in infancy: and George F. 
were born. In 1541, Willis purchased a farm lot in the town of Van Etten, 
on Langford Creek. This lot was nearly al! covered with heavy timber of 
pine. hemlock and maple. A log house was built in the midst, the family 
moved in and the work of clearing began. The forest soon feli away and broad 
fields took its place. This was their home many years, other children came 
until there were twelve in all. Ten of them grew up and lived to have families 
of their own. 

While they were farmers, the occupation of lumbering entered largely 
into their lives. At first this was mostly done on the home farm, but later 
contracts were made. and work of this kind done for other people. Willis. 
like most of his brothers. was a natural born lumberman, and lovel the work. 
His sons. when old enough, worked with him, and they, too, in time became lum- 
bermen and two at least, Harrison and Albert. were experts in their particular 
line of work. And so it is that we find many of the Georgia family as man- 
ufacturers of lumber and lumber products. 

While clearing operations went on, a certain portion of this tract was 
earefully preserved. where there was a heavy growth of hemlock, maple and 
other hardwoods. A new house was built and new commodicus barns put up. 
Apple and other fruit trees planted, and the farm soon became noted for its 
fine, thrifty appearance. Every year large quantities of maple sugar and 
syrup was made, from the five hundred original maple trees kept for that 
purpose. There were merry times in those days, when the sugar season came. 
and people for miles around often gathered there to enjoy their hespitality. 

While Willis and his wife were a busy and ambitious couple, they found 
time to visit their many relatives and friends. and were well known in all 


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that part of the eountry. Willis had a natural love for hunting and was an 
expert hunter, as game of all kinds was plenty at that time. Venison was often 
served at the family table. and many bear and other wild animals fell at the 
fire of his sure rifle. That old riffle, with its bullet pouch and powder horn, 
occupied a handy place in the kitchen, and many a hawk and wild prowler 
met their fate while attempting to plunder the well stocked poultry yard. 

All of the ten children, of Willis and Clarinda Georgiz, lived to marry 
and all but one had children and vrandchildren. The largest family is thee 
of George F., who married Ann E. Hawley. They had nine children and 
these with the grand and great-grandchildren now (1923) number forty-one 

Among the descendants of Willis and his wife. two may be mentioned 
as having attained distinction in public life. Willis Z. Georgia as Mayor of 
Olean, and Mark D. Dearborn, grandson of Louisa (Georgia) Dearborn, as 
Mayor of Roundup, Montana, at the age of thirty-two. In 1921 he was elected 
State Senator from his district. 

Willis Georgia lived to be eighty-three years of age, and is buried in one 
of the cemeteries at Olean. Three of his sons. who lived in and near Oiean, 
eared for him in his old age. He was one of the old vigorous type of men. 
who believed. like many of the Georgia descendants, in that divine command, 
given to the sons of Noah. that they go forth, multiply, subGne and replenish 
the earth. Clarinda died at the age of seventy vears, and is buried in Ever- 
green cemetery, Spencer, New York. 


HARRISON W. GEORGIA 


Harrison Wilson Georgia. the oldest son of Willis and Clarinda Georgia, 
was born in the town of Danby. New York. October 14th. 1829. His parents 
then lived at Miners Mills, not far from the present village of West Danby. 
When he was twelve vears old his father and mother, with their five children, 
moved from a farm in the town of Danby, to a new wilderness home in the 
town of Van Etten, on Langford creek. The boy, Harrison, was then con- 
sidered old enough to work and in the strenuous years that followed, he worked 
with his father clearing land, farming and lumbering. His education was ob- 
tained in the district schools during the short odd times he was not required 
to remain at work. In 1851 he married Almira M. Brooks, daughter of Zebulon 
and Amanda Brooks. They began housekeeping in a new frame house, on a 
portion of the old farm he had helped to clear. Here they lived for sixteen 
years and then moved to Pennsylvania, to engaye in the manufacture of lum- 
ber. They lived at Roaring Branch, Carpenters, Williamsport, Smethport. 
and lastly at State Line Mills. During this time he was engaged in different 

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lines of the business: wood work. mill operating under contract. and later work- 
ing in the large mills as filer of cireular saws. At Sinethport and State Line 
Mills, he was employed by Bullis Brothers, as long as they were in the lumber 
business at those points, and had charge of the filing rooms for several years. 

While living on their farin in New York state, seven children were born. 
Elnora, in 1853, Wilson in 1855, Mary in 1857, Willis in 3858, Edmund in 
1860, Maria in 1861, and Clara in 1864. Two of the boys, Wilson and Edniund, 
died in infancy. All the others grew up, married and are now (1923) living. 
Harrison kept the farm as long as he lived, never ceasing t» love it, and the 
place where his parents and their young family located, when he was a boy. 
In the last year of his life, while on a visit to his friends in New York state, 
he went to the old place and spent a long hour, visiting the scenes of those 
early days. 


“Tis nature's demanding, when sinking life’s sun, 
““To behold that dear spot where its journey begun.’’ 


This was a dear spot to him, and he spoke of it to his friends and told 
them of how much he enjoyed seeing the old familiar places. once more. He 
died June Ist, 1906, at State Line Mills, and is buried in the family plot in 
a cemetery at Portville. New York, not far from where he lived. His wife 
died about eight years previous, and is buried in the same beautiful place. 
All his life he had been an active man, strong and healthy. possessing a keen 
mind. Both he and his wife were members of the Baptist church in Smethport, 
Pennsylvania. Theirs was a religion of the old type. attending church when- 
ever possible, and insisting on a strict observance of the Sabbath day. They 
exerted an influence for good that will long be felt, and not forgotten by 
those that knew them. 


By Wiis Z. Georoia, Ex-Mayor oF OLEAN 


‘“My father was a man of sterling worth, and lived a humble life of hard 
work and devotion to his family, giving his children every possible opportunity 
within his means for education and betterment. Ife even went so far as to 
insist on my quitting work in the saw mills where I was employed with him, 
and when my wages were needed to help in the support of the family, and 
go to the school term commencing in the fall of each year. I give father credit, 
largely, for my small success in life, from this fact of the schooling secured in 
this way, when a more greedy and grasping parent would keve only seen the 
small earning in‘sight, as against the future benefit to his children. That is 
the kind of a man father was; doing the very best for his *amily and others, 


according to his means and opportunities. 
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He served for years as deacon in the Baptist church at Van Etten, while 

a resident of that town. He joined the Order of Odd Fel'ows by becoming 

a member of the lodge at Roaring Branch, while a resident there. At the time 

of his death he was a member of the Smethport Lodze, No. 389, I. O. O. F., 

and Smethport Encampment, No. 273. I. O. O. F.. both located at Smethport. 
Siened, Wintis Z. GeorGta. 


ALBERT W. GEORGIA 


Albert W. Georgia. the second son of Willis and Clarinda ‘ Wilson) Georgia, 
was born August 25th. 1331. in the town of Danby. New York. His birth 
place was near West Danby, at Miners Mills. Ue married Emily Owen, 
December 31st, 1550. They began housekeeping soon after, in a new house 
he helped to build on the north part of his father’s farm, in the town of Van 
Etten. This part of the farm was called **the old fields.’ because of the fact 
that some ten or twelve acres had been cleared and improved for some years. 
even before his father purchased the lot. With this exception the entire 
property was covered with the cvriginal standing forest of pine. hemlock, anel 
hardwood trees. As soon as Albert was old enough he heined his father to 
clear the land and may have started ont to be a farmer. However, he seems 
to have changed his mind for it was not long before they left the new house, 
and moved to Bird Creek. Pennsylvania, not many miles from Elmira. New 
York. Here he operated a large steam cirewlar saw-mill. probably one of the 
first, of that type. in that part of the country, and began the manufacture of 
lumber. This kind of work was more to his liking and was the beginning of 
a long and successful career of saw-mill work, either as ewner or superin- 
tendent, in the lumbering districts of New York and Pennsylvania 

While living at Bird Creek. E. Willard. their oldest child, was born in 
1857. From here they went to Emporium, where in 1863 Susan Emily was 
born. Then to Sizerville, which was the birth place of the voungest girl, Alice. 
in 1865. From here they went to various places in the lunbering region of 
Pennsylvania, sometimes moving temporarily to some one of the many new 
lumber towns or camps. and at other times only going for a short time, as the 
oceasion might require. They seem to have relocated at Emporium, for a 
short time, as we find that some time in 1878, they moved from there to Bullis 
Mills, where they lived for six years, then to Olean, New York, where they 
lived the remainder of their lives. For a number of years he was employed by 
Bullis Brothers, who were then extensively engayed in the lumbering trade, 
and had mills at Smethport, Bullis Mills, Pa., and Carrollton. New York, and 
other places. These mills he had full charge of until the firm went out of busi- 

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ness. Later he was senior member of the firm of Georgia and Aylesworth. 
manufacturers of lumber, of Bullis Mills. and Endeavor, Pennsylvania. Ile 
was also member of the firm, Coleman and Georgia. saw-mill operators at Biz 
Shanty and Watsonville. 

In 1889, his wite died and later he married Mrs. Sarah D. Densmore, of 
Waverly, New York. For recreation, besides visiting relatives, he was a hunter 
and a keen sportsman. During the early years of his lumbering activities 
and while in the woods of Pennsylvania. game of all kinds was very plentiful, 
which gave him full epportunity for that kind of sport. It was his delight to 
relate some of his encounters with the timber wolves of the deep Pennsylvania 
forests. and of the many bear and deer. that had fallen before his rite. 

Ilis fraternal connections were: member of Olean Lodge No. 252, Free and 
Aecepted Masons, Olean Chapter No. 150, Royal Arch Masons, St. John’s Com- 
mandery No. 24. Knight Templar, Bleomsburg Consistory, S. P. R.S.. Ismalia 
Temple, A. A. O. N. M.S.) Being a member in good standing cf all these 
orders at the time of his death. He died February 2sth, 1904, and is buried 
on the family plot. in Mt. View Cemetery, Olean, New York. 


HARRIETT B. GEORGIA-BROOKS 


Harriett Banfield Georgia, was born in the town of Danby, New York, 
May 20th, 1833. She was the third child of Willis and Clarinda Georgia. They 
lived at Miners Mills. a group of dwellings surrounding a saw-imill, where her 
father was employed. About a mile away was the village of West Danby, 
which then consisted of only a few houses. two churches, post office and school 
house. In an autobiography. that she wrote many years avo, she relates her 
remembrance of those days while she was very young: of her fear of the terrible 
things that might be lurking in the near-by woods and swamps. But later 
when the family was moving to the wild lot in the town of Van Etten her 
troubles seemed to have reached the limit. She was then eight vears of age, 
and she was so impressed with the dangers of that long hill climb, and the deep 
woods through whieh the rough road found its way, that she begged her father 
and mother to allow her to return to the old home where she ti:ought she would 
be glad to remain, even alone. Iler fears were hardly quieted when, after what 
seemed to her many long miles of travel, she found that the new house for them 
was built of logs, with the forest trees of tall pine, hemlock and maple, crowd- 
ing so near and so thick as to shut out the sun, making the place, to her at 
least, most dark and dismal. However in time she came to love the new home, 
as the woods were soon cleared away, a new house built, and many of the con- 
veniences added. She well remembered, when only five years of age, when a 


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cook stove Was first brought to the house. Previous to that fire-places were used 
for cooking as well as for heating purposes. And even for years after. the 
fire-place. together with the bake-oven. was considered quite necessary for the 
health and welfare of the family. 

When she was fourteen years of age, she was fitted out ‘vith a new attire. 
as became young girls at that time, that she might attend a reception to be 
given to her Aunt Dorcas Wilson, and Ansel H. Dutton. soon after their mar- 
riage. Of the wedding, which her parents attended. while she and her brothers 
and sisters remained at home, she describes as being qnite a large affair, with 
forty guests. Rev. Charles A. Fox was the officiating clergyman. It was held 
at the home of the bride’s mother, Avnes Banfield-Wilson. widow of John 
Wilson. At the reception, too, were many yuests. youns and old. She men- 
tions some of those present as she remembered them: Benjamin Cowell, and 
sister Melissa. who later married Liman Iueg. Cameron Vorhis and sister 
Phoebe, John Dutton. brother of the bridegroom. and Betsey Hugg. At this 
affair, which occurred January 19th, 1847. there was a big feast nearly equal 
to that of the wedding."and much merriment, all of which ereatly impressed 
the girl Harriett, and she enjoyed it to the fullest extent. 

After this she tells of the many happy times that came to her, when the 
young people met there and especially in the maple sugar season. when old 
as well as young came to enjoy the sweet feasts so freely prepared. She tells, 
too, of the customs of the young people of those days: the long rides by car- 
riage and occasional horseback, to the near towns and cities: of the hotel wed- 
ding of her brother, Albert, to Emily Owen, which took place December 31st. 
1850, at Van Ettenville. The Rev. McDowell was the minister, and eight 
young people witnesses. Then of the drive to East Waverly: the return the 
next day by way of Halsey Valley. where the party had dinner, finishing the 
trip on the first day of the new year. in the evening.. 

Then she writes of the events of her own wedding day, when she was ar- 
rayed in a suit of white and white ribbons, and no colors except the red roses 
that she wore in her hair and carried in her hands. This outfit was entirely 
to her liking, as always did she love the pure clean things of life. The wedding 
oceurred on the 30th day of September, 1851, when she was married to George 
Brooks, by the Rev. McDowell, at her home where a large number ef guests 
were present. The bridegroom wore a black cut-away suit and. when they left 
the house. a black silk hat, as was the custom in those days. The tables were 
loaded with many good things to eat and there was the usual gay time. She 
gives the names of-some of those present. Besides her own family, which in- 
eluded her married brother and wife. Albert and Emily Georgia, there was 
Zebulon and Amanda Brooks, parents of the bridegroom, his Uncle David 

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Brooks and wife Maria, his two brothers, Edmund and Danicl. with their sister 
Almira. The bride’s three aunts and their husbands, Dorcas and Ansel Dutton, 
Polly and Elijah Thornton. Betsey and Enos Spaulding. Then there were 
cousins and other young people. Willard, Esther and Phoebe Weshburn, Nathan 
and Polly Dearborn, Eliza Cowell, Susan and William Owen. As an incident 
of the day, she says that when they were about ready for the ceremony, two 
carriages drove up, with her Aunt Polly and husband, Seymour Seely, and a 
distant cousin, Alma Georgia-Niles, and her husband, Timner Niles, who were 
but recently married. It was a surprise all around, both to the arrivals and 
the wedding party. They were quickly made welcome and the marriage took 
place. The next day another wedding occurred at the home of Zebulon and 
Amanda Brooks, when their daughter Almira, married Harrison W. Georgia, 
sister and brother to the bridegroom and bride of the day before. The same 
clergyman and the same guests were present as were at the first wedding. 
Here, too, a bountiful dinner was served. Afterwards the married couples, 
with some of the young people, drove in separate carriages to Lansing, Tomp- 
kins County, where the party remained all night, returning home the next day. 

From this time on she devoted her time and efforts, almost entirely, to 
the care and welfare of her husband and to the four boys that came to them. 
Then as time passed and grandchildren were added to the family cirele, these, 
too, came in for a share of her love and devotion. They began housekeeping 
on a small farm on West Till, town of Spencer. After a few years they made 
a change to a near by larger farm, where they lived many yezrs. Soon after 
her marriage she united with the Baptist church at Spencer, and was always 
a faithful and conscientious Christian. In 1895, they left the farm and moved 
to Waverly, where they lived until her husband's death in 1908, making a 
period of mavried life and housekeeping of nearly 57 vears. She lived eleven 
years longer. and died October 27th, 1919, at the age of S56 years. She is 
buried in the family plot, Evergreen cemetery, Spencer, by *he side of the one 
she was united to, on that beautiful day in September, 68 vears before. 


HON. WILLIS ZEBULON GEORGIA 


Willis Zebulon, son of Harrison and Almira (Brooks) Georgia, was born 
in the town of Van Etten, New York, November 3rd, 1858. When he was ten 
years of age his parents moved to Roaring Branch, Pennsylvania, and later 
when he was fifteen, to Williamsport. 

He attended the public schools and the Lycoming Normal School at Muney, 
in the meantime teaching school and working in lumber mills with his father. 
He saved money and in the winter of 1880, went to Smethpor?, with his father, 


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who had a contract to operate the saw-mill owned by Bullis Brothers. He 
worked in the mills. as well as in the various camps ef the firm, sealing logs. 
and performed other work connected with the lumber business. In 1887 he 
moved to Bullis Mills. (post office name, State Line Mills.) where he entered 
the general store of Stickney and Company. Ie also kept the books for The 
Georgia and Aylesworth Manufaeturing Company. dealers in lumber, beiny 
Seeretary of the concern. In 1888 he was appointed station agent and tele- 
graph operator for the old B. N. Y. and P. Railroad, and held this until after 
the Pennsylvania took the system. resigning in 1902 to devote his entire time 
to his own business. He was appointed postmaster of State Line Mills, by 
President Cleveland. a position he held up to 190s, when the office was closed. 
having held the office for twenty years, He bought out Stickney and Com- 
pany and took two partners in the general merchandise business under the 
name of Georgia and Company. In 1900 he bought out his partners in the 
store and later closed out this business to give his attention to other lines he 
had taken up. 

Buying stock in the Eldred Powder Company, he aequired considerable 
interest. and finally bought the entire issue of stock, which he sold April 15th. 
1909, to the Dupont Powder Company. This plant manufactured nitro-glycer- 
ine and dynamite, the first of which is used in **shooting’’ oil wells. He was 
one of the largest and best known manufacturers of high explosives in the 
Bradford field, and from 1902 to 1909 was engaved in **shooting’’ oil and gas 
wells in both this and the Allezheny fields. with the factory, warehouse, docks 
and offices at State Line Mills. and branch offices at Bradford and Bolivar. 
He then went into the Buckhannon Chemical Company, of Olean, New York, 
of which he is Secretary and Treasurer. The works are at Chemical, West 
Virginia, and are devoted to the manufacture of wood aleohe!, acetate of lime. 
and charcoal. He also has large lumber interests. 

His fraternal orders are Olean Lodge No. 252, Free and Accepted Masons. 
He also has membership in seven of the subordinate societies, including the 
Knights Templar and Scottish Rite Bodies. Ile belongs to the Olean Lodge. 
No. 471, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and the Smethport Encampment. 
No. 273. 

He is a republican in politics and in 1919 was elected Mayor of Olean, 
being elected for a term of two years, 1920 and 1921, which he served with 
credit to himself and benefit to the city of Olean. 

He is a Baptist in religion and is President of the board of trustees of the 
First Baptist church of Olean. In 1909 he was elected to a three year term 
on the Board of Manayers of the New York State Baptist Convention, at its 

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annual meeting held that year in Olean. Again in 1920, at the annual meet- 
ing in Syracuse, he was placed on the Board for another three years. In 191s 
and 1919 he was chosen Moderator of the Cattaraugus Baptist Association, 
by that body thus serving two years in that capacity. 

He married, first Rosetta Shoemaker, daughter of Joseph and Henrietta 
Montgomery-Shoemaker, of Muney, Pennsylvania. They had three children. 
Cora Lee, Willis Seudder and Edith May. His wife died in 1897, and in 1898 
he married Mary Jane Shoemaker, sister of his first wife. There are no chil- 
dren by this marriage. In 1897 he moved his family to Olean, where he has 
a large fine residence. At St. Marys, Pennsylvania, he and his son, Willis 
Seudder, have a grocery and meat business, under the name of W. Z. Georgia 
and Son. ‘ 

He was appointed. in 1919, District Deputy Grand Master of Cattaraugus 
District, by the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Fiee and Accepted 
Masons, of the State of New York. for the term of one year. At the expira- 
tion of which he was reappointed, serving two years in that honorable position, 


hay ing thir teen lodges under his jur isdict ion. 
* A £ Or 
g c > 3 455 2 91 


HON. MARK DEFOREST DEARBORN 


Deforest Dearborn and Emma Dearborn, the parents, were married in 
Waverly, New York, at which place, Mark Deforest Dearkorn, was born on 
March 16th, 1886. The mother’s maiden name was Emma Davenport. The 
family lived in Waverly, Hornellsville, Buffalo. Rochester end Geneva, New 
York. Mark attended public school at Buffalo, Rochester and Geneya. In 
1898, the family moved to South McAlester, Indian Territory, and two years 
later to Denison, Texas. Mark Dearborn attended a private school in the for- 
mer place, and publie school in the latter. Ile later graduated from the Har- 
shaw Literary Academy, at Denison, Texas, also graduated from the business 
department of the same school. 

He was employed in the insurance business at Denison. and later in the 
lumber business at Denison and Midland, Texas. Ile was Assistant Port- 
master at Sherman, Texas, the County Seat of Grayson County, and later 
Treasurer of the Denison Cotton Mill Company, operating the largest mill 
in the state. 

In 1909, he went to Roundup, Montana, with the Roundup Coal Mining 
Company, which position he resigned in 1912, and moved to Spokane, Wash- 
ington, where he was with the Automobile branch of the Studebaker corpora- 
tion, as Assistant Manager, of the wholesale agency. In 1913, he accepted a 


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position with the Southwestern Surety Company, of Denison, Texas, which 
place he held until September, 1914. when he returned to Rundup, Montana. 

He was employed in the mercantile business in Roundup for a few years, 
when he entered the real estate and insurance business, for himself. This 
business he is now (1923) conducting. 

In 1912, he was a delegate to the Musselshell County Republican Conven- 
tion, at Roundup, and was elected an alternate to the State Republican Con- 
vention, held at Livingston. In 1917, he was appointed City Clerk of Roundup, 
and in 1918, was elected Mayor. In 1920, he was elected State Senator, from 
his county, attending the sessions of the State Legislature. in 1921 and 1923. 
In the first session he was chairman of the Committee on Insurance, and in 
the second session, he was chairman of the Committee on Oil and Leases, 
aside from holding other important committee appointients. THe was made 
chairman of a special investigating committee, in the session of 1923, to in- 
vestigate the affairs of State Institutions. Active in the affairs of both ses- 
sions, he was thrown into the thick of the important fights before the Senate. 

He is a Baptist, a member of Unity Lodge No. 71. Free and Accepted 
Masons, at Roundup, and of Lodge No. 394, Order of Elks. at Billings, 
Montana. 

Mark D. Dearborn, and Hazel C. Sanders, were married September 22nd, 
1909, at Denison, Texas. They have three sons: Mark Deforest (IV)., Ralph 
William, and Wright Sanders Dearborn. 

His wife’s family were southern people. Her father’s and mother’s people 
were all residents of Mississippi, her mother being a Wright before marriage. 
Both the Sanders and Wright families are old southern families, formerly 
residing in the Atlantic Coast States. 

The lineage of this branch of the Dearborn family. includes Henry Dear- 
born, Secretary of War. in the Cabinet of Thomas Jefferson. He also was 
a member of the United States Congress. from Massachusetts. Senior Major 
General, at one period of the war of 1512, besides being a graduated physician. 
Fort Dearborn, on Lake Michigan, was named for him, after which the city 
of Chicago, and is now referred to as **Father Dearborn.*’ The Dearborn 
River, in Western Montana, a beautiful stream running through a wonderful 
mountainous country, was named for Secretary Dearborn, by Lewis and Clark, 
upon its discovery by them, during their trip through the territory now called 
Montana. 

Mark D. Dearporn. 


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LINN C. GEORGIA 


Linn C. Georgia, one of the grandsons of George F. Georgia, enlisted at 
Fort Slocum, December 14th, 1917, for service in the World War. Sometime 
in April, 1918, he was transferred to Camp Greene, Charlotte, North Carolina, 
where he was made First Sergeant. Later was transferred to Camp Merritt, 
New Jersey, and sent overseas September Ist, 1918. Saw service in various de- 
partments and in November was transferred to the Air Service where he re- 
mained until about January Ist, 1919, when an attacix of the Hu foreed him 
to remain in different hospitals, with complications. In 1919 he was sent home 
on board a hospital ship, arriving in New York City May 23rd. Was. dis- 
charged at Camp Dix, New Jersey, June 27th, 1919. Later he applied for 
Vocational training with the Veteran’s Bureau, taking a course in Advertis- 
ing which was completed in March, 1924. 





HON. MARK D. DEARBORN 





THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


DIRECTORY—Section B 
BOOK ONE 


Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of Wittis and CLarinpa 


(Witson) Grorcta. 


Hicks, William W. 

GEORGIA, Hon. Willis Z. 

GEORGIA, Miss Cora Lee 

GEORGIA, Willis Scudder 

OLDs, Mrs. Edith M. (Georgia) 


AYLESWORTH, 
AYLESWORTH, 


Mrs. Marie L. (Georgia) 
Claude M. 


AYLESWORTH, Arthur D. 

THOMPSON, Mrs. Emily M. (Aylesworth) 
GEORGIA, Mrs. Sarah A. (Widow of Albert W.) 
GEORGIA, E. Willard 

HAGADORN, Mrs. Alice (Georgia) 
HAZEN, Mrs. Clara A. (Georgia) 
Brooks, Elmore L. 

BROADHURST Mrs. Cora L. (Brooks) 
BROOKS, Harry A. 

BrcoKsS, Miss Harriett L. 
Breoks, Charles W. 

Brcoks, Raymond FE. 

Breoks, Fred E. 

Brcoks, Miss Hazel G. 

BRooKs, Harold L. 

Brceoks, Gladys E. 

BReOKs, Mott A. 

Brooks, Stanley G. 

DEARBORN, Deforest 

DEARBORN, Hon. Mark D. 
HECKMAN, Mrs. Aura (Dearborn) 
DEARBORN, Paul 


Elmer 

William D. 

Mrs. Cora (Bowman) 
Lester W. 

Mrs. Bernetta A. (Bowman) 
Harry W. 

Miss Edna Clara 


DEARBORN, 
BowMan, 
KIMLEy, 
KIMLEy, 
MULLOCK, 
JOWMAN, 
Poway, 


PowMan, Bernard R. 

Poway, Ralph E, 

TURNEY, Mrs. Jennie (Dearborn) 
TURNEY, Grant 

Rock WEL, Mrs. Bernice (Turney) 
CLARK, Mrs. Pauline M. (Turney) 
TURNEY, Miss Norma D. 

Waters, Mrs. Nellie V. (Cressy) 

. Harris, Mrs. Ruth [. (Waters) 


567 Banning St. 
205 East State St. 
oc 


401 Washington St. 


303 Tompkins St. 


9 Hamilton St. 
3129 Michigan Ave. 


605 Fifth Ave. 


7609 Wade Park Ave. 


212 N. Franklin St. 


7609 Wade Park Ave. 


ae 
95 Clinton St. 
234 Raymond Ave. 
State Normal School 


29 Maple Terrace 


ae 


125 Main St. 
220 W. s4th St. 
ae 
(Address unknown) 
317 Winslow Ave. 
292 Winslow Ave. 
ae 


292 Winslow Ave. 


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Winnepeg, Canada 
Olean, N. Y. 

ce 
Geneva, N. Y. 
Olean, N. Y. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Bueckhanon, W. Va. 
Potsdam, N. Y. 
Candor, N. Y. 
Chicago, Tl. 
Hornell, N. Y. 
Williamsport, Pa. 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Titusville, Pa. 
Cleveland, Ohio 

ae 
Waverly, N. Y. 
S. Orange, N. J. 
Mansfield, Pa. 

ae 
Westfield, N. J. 
Mansfield, Pa. 
E. Orange, N. J. 

ae 
Childress, Texas 
Roundup, Montana 
Los Angeles, Calif. 


ae 


Buffalo, N. Y. 


ae 
Chemung, N. Y. 
Batavia, N. Y. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Avon, N. Y. 
Batavia, N. Y. 
Waverly, N. Y. 

ae 

ae 

oe 

ae 
Bolivar, N. Y. 


sé 


LIXDSLEY, 
(ESSY, 
CRESSY, 
(;EORGIA, 
CiEORGIA, 
PARTHOLOMEW, 
RARTHGLOMEW, 
VAN POPERING, 
JsARTHOLOMEW, 
CHICK, 
WOODARD, 
WooDARD, 
CRANDALL, 
CRANDALL, 
CRANDALL, 
CRANDALL, 
SHOEMAKER, 
SHOEMAKER, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
KIMLEY, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
O'CONNOR, 
WIZEMAN, 
KETCHUM, 
Doo.ey, 
. JOBS, 
KETCHUM, 





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DIRECTORY—Section B—(Continued) 


Mis. Nettie L. (Cressy) 
John R. 

George L. 

Bert W. 

Linn (. 

Mrs. Emma B. (Georgia) 
Miss Leah E. 

Mrs. Anna C. (Bartholomew) 
Ralph F. 
Mrs. Leah A. 
Walter M. 
Karl E. 
Mrs. Clarinda (Georgia) 
Neil A. 

Harley E. 

Ralph M. 

Mrs. Nellie B. (Georgia) 
Miss Zella EF. 

Omar D. 

Willis G. 

Miss Thelma G. 

William 8. 

Bennett W. 

Fred 

Francis 

Mrs. Josephene C. (Georgia) 
Mrs. Marion (Georgia) 
Elvin 8. 

Mrs. Lena (Ketchum-Weist) 
Mrs. Cora (Ketchum) 

Cecil E. 


( Weodard) 


HARRISON W. GEORGIA 


523 King 8t. 
ee 

576 Waverly St. 

72 Pine St. 

1a0 Elin St. 


se 


130 Eim St. 


425 Van St. 
305 Oakwood Ave. 


R: BD: No, 2 
ae 
R. D. No. 1 
83 Moultrie St. 


ae 


292 Winslow Ave. 


MeCauley and Garfield Sts. 


oe 


R. D. No. 3 

3220 Monroe St. 

9 Poplar Ave. 

742 Maryland Ave. 


411 S. Enelid Ave. 
238 2Sth St. 


Starrucea, Pa. 
Toronto, Canada 

ce 
Waverly, N. Y. 

oe 

ae 

sé 
Islip, N.Y. 
Waverly, N.Y. 
Lo: Angeles, Calif. 
Barherton, Ohio 
Elmira Heights, N. Y. 
Roliver, N. Y. 

ce 

ce 

ce 
Van Etten, N. Y. 

ae 
Poiterville, N.Y. 
Charleston, 8S. C. 

i 
Butfalo, N. Y. 
Elmira Heights, N. Y. 

ee 
Waterloo, N. Y. 
Chicago, Ill. 
(ialeton, Pa. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 


Westfield, N. J. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 


HON, WILLIS Z. GEORGIA 


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BOOK ONE 
Section B Page 1 
BirtH Pace Famity Names | Born Diev ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. WILLIS GEORGIA Jan. 4,.1809 May 23, 1392 Parent 
Married See Sec. O, Page 2 
Danby .| CLarinpa WILsox | April 5, 1810 Apri! 9, 1880 
| 
Children | 
Danby Haretson W. Georcia *(2); Oct. 14, 1529 June 1, 1906 Grandparents 
See See. O, Page 2 
“ ALBERT W. (6) | Aug. 28, 1831 Feb. 28, 1904 
Great-grandparents 
te Harriet? BR. (9)| May 20, 1833 Ort. 27, 1919 See Sec. O, Page 1% 
“ Louisa . (13) | April 3, 1835 July 16, 1916 
ef Bears P. April 3, 1839 June 15, 1839 
Van Etten GEORGE FP. (17) Po 30, 1849 June = 4, 1907 
ee Mary A. | Sau. 23, 1842 May 30, 1850 
bi ve SALoMA (2244) | Sept. 18, Isd4 Aug. 26, 1904 
' 
se ts Bexnetr W. (23) May 7, 1546 
ne Samvet E. (24) | Aug. 15, 1848 March 26, 1921 
ef “y ARMENIA BELL (25) | May 5, 1851 Jan. 20, 1924 
| 
es *§ Luna A. (25) April 10, 1353 | Nov. 20, 1920 


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BirtHt PLace | Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
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Danby, N. Y. , Harrison W. Georara Ovt. 14, 1829) June 1, 1906 Parent 
Married i See Sec. B, Page 1 
ne ALMIRA M. Brooks Aug. 15, 1832) Feb. 18, 1898 

















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| Children | } 
Van Etten ELNora A. GEORGIA *(2%)| May 30, 1853! Nov. 14, 1923 Grandparents 
. | See Sec. B, Page 1 
ee ge Witson E. May = 24, 1855! March 15, 1859 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
ae ce \ , - SW, o7 . 
cipeslias (3) | July err jae Say 2nd Great-grandparents 
ac ee Wiis Z. (4) Nov. 3. 185s | \ See See. oO, Page 1% 
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ep, 7 EpMUND B. April 19,. 1860 Oct. 1, 1860 
es ee | Maria L. (5142) | June 1, 1861° 
eee Cara A. (5%) | Sept. 23, 1964. 
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Van Etten | Etnora A, GEORGIA May 30, 1855. Nov. 14, 1923) Parent 
Married | | See Sec. B, Page 2 


a JONES Ang. 31, 1844 Feb. 26, 1913 | 
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BirtH PLace Famiry Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Van Etten, N.Y. Mary E. Georoia July 8, 1857| Aug. 27, 1924 Parent 
Married | : See Sec. B, Page 2 
Pittson, Pa. Witttam W. Hicks Aug. 13, 1838) Aug. 25, 1915 
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| Children | | 
' 
Williamsport, Pa, Wiiiam W. Hicks, Jr. *(3%4) , Oct. 5, 1885, Grandparents 
| See Sec. B, Fage 2 
' Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. B, Page 1 
' 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page Its 
| | 
Page 314 
{ ai ao | | = 
BirtH Piace- Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
i { I 
Williamsport, Pa. Wuntram W. Hicks, Jr. » Oct. 5, 1885 \ Parent 
Married | { See Sec. B, Page 3 
Lovise S. FLEMING ie 11, 1885 
| ‘ 
Children | 
ate | 
Williamsport, Pa.  Riciarp W. Hicks | Feb. 25, 1910 | Grandparents 
! 
Winni C : | See Sec. B, Page 3 
nnipeg, Canada Lronxaxrp B. | March 11, 1911 Great-grandparents 
| 


See Sec. B, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. B, Page 1 
| | 3rd Great-grandparents 
j : See Sec. O, Page 2 
j 4th Great-granidparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 


‘ is HELEN L. March 16, 1913 


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Section B Page + 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| \ 
| 
Van Etten, N. Y. | Witits Z. Georcia Nov. $,. 1838 } Parent 
Married j | See See. B, Page ? 
Rose B. SHOEMAKER \ Feb. 2, 1860 Oct. 21, 1897 
7 | 
Children \. 
1 j 
Smethport, Pa. Cora LEE GEORGIA ,Oct. 28, 1883 Grandparents 
: . | See Sec. B, Page ? 
State Line Mills WILLIS SCUDDER *(415) May 23, 1887 | Great-grandparents 
i See Sec. B, Paye 1 
“se st EcitH May 5) 2 1802 : d . 
7) aug 92, 1802 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Paye 2 
Second Marriage | = : 2 
t | 3rd Great-grandparents 
ta) 
See Sec. O, Page 12 
Mary J. SHOEMAKER May = .25, 1886, ee 
No children | 
| 
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Page 41; 
eKa3a—Ke“_—_a$wuanana@a}»a0» LF Oooo =:,-  i—eeeeea 
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B:rtH Prace Famity Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
a a ee, ey eee eT 
' | 
State Line Mills | Wittts ScvppER GEORGIA. Stay 23, 18S7 Parent 
Married | See Sec. B, Page 4 
Vesa D. Scctt Aug. 5, 1889 
Children 
St. Marys, Pa. Witziis Scupper Georgia, Jr. | May 17, 1914 Grandparents 
Sce Sec. B, Page ¢# 
mes © 7.0 ae Mary ELizaBETH March 30, 1921 Great-grandparents 


See Sec. B, Page 7 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page i 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page / 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 132 


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Section B rage 5 
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BirtH Pace | Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
\ { 
| | 
State Line | Epith May GEorGIA fAug. 12, 1892, Parent 
Mills, Pa. | | See Sec. B, Page é 
‘ Married 'Mareh 29, 1890. 
Epwin R. Ovps ! 
{ 
| | | 
| Children | | | 
Damascus, Va. | May Fiorence Oups | Mareh 25, 1918 Grandparents 
| See Sec. B, Page ¢ 
Olean, N. Y. Cosa NATALIE April 11, 1921 | Great-grandparents 
H | See See. B, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandpareuts 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
I i 
Page 514 
7 l 
B:rntH PLace Famity Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| | . 
Van Etten, N. Y. | Marta L. Georuta | June 1, 1861 Parent 
| Married j See Sec. B, Page 2 
| 
| Witttam H. WILLaHu H 
| Children | 
| None 
1 
| Second Marriage 
to 
Jutivs P. AYLEsworTH on 21, 1845 
Van Etten, N. Y. Ciara A. GEORGIA Sept. 23, 1364 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 2 
Ithaca, N. Y. Witurs E. Turner July 12, 1849| June 27, 1906 
| No children 
| Second Marriage 
to 
Barton, N.Y. | Wester J. Hazen April 24, 1842] Aug. 25, 1919 
| No children 








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BOOK ONE 
Section B Page 6 
BirtH PLaAce Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Danby, N. Y. ALBERT W. GEORGIA Aug. 28, 1831/ Feb. 28, 1904 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 1 
Danby, N. Y. EmILty OWEN Nov. 29, 1831] Dee. 2, 1889 
Children 
Bird Creek, Pa. Epwarp WILLARD GEORGIA Nov. 26, 1857 Grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
Emporium, Pa. Susan EMILY *(614)| April 4, 1863] April 10, 1904 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
Si i a. 4 S13 ot. 24, 1865 . : ae 
Sizerville, Pa ALICE (813) | Oct , 1865 Ond Great-grandparents 
Second Marriage See See. O, Page 114 
to 
Candor, N. Y. Mrs. SaraH (PARMLEE) Mareh 31, 1549 
DINSMORE 
Page 615 
| 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 


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| : 


Emporium, Pa. Susan E. GEorGIs April 4, 1863) April 10, 1904 Parent 
Married | See Sec. B, Page 6 
Jctiits P. AYLESWORTH May 21, 1845 
Children 
State Line ‘ 
Mills, Pa CLatp M. AYLESWonTH (7)|Juiy 23, 1882 Grandparents 
2 See Sec. B, Page 6 
ek ArTHur LEE (712) ] Dee. 29, 1883 | Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, P 1 
ec as RayMonp W. (8)|May 7, 1886) Feb. 16, 1913) 4.4 Derramenienane 
Ta Emiy M. (Siz) | Aug. 4, 1891 See Sec. O, Page ? 


3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11; 


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Birth Pace Fasiry Names | Born | Dito ANCESTRY 
| 
| | | 
State Line CLatp M. AYLESWORTH July 28, 1882 Parent 
Mills, Pa. Married ! See Sec. B, Pave 6% 
CHARLOTTE HaNForp i | 
| | 
Children | 
} 
Buffalo, N. Y. FREDRICK AYLESWORTH |Mareh 4, 1907 | Grandparents 
} See Sec. B, Page 6s 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 6 
2nd Great-gramlparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Page i142 
BirtH Piace Famiry Names | Born | Died ANCESTRY 
- ’ 
State Line ArtTHuR LEE AYLESWORTH Dee. 29, 1883 Parent 
Mills, Pa. Married See Sec. B, Page 614 
Etta May Casper | Feb. 16, 1889 
Children 
Buckhannon, W.Va.) Mary LEE AYLESWworTH ! Nov. i. 1918) Grandparents 


See Sec. B, Page 6% 
i Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 6 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
2rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 114 


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Section B Page 8 
| 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born Diep i ANCESTRY 
| | 
i 
State Line RayMonp W, AYLESWORTH | May 7, Isshi Feb. 16, 1915 Parent 
Mills, Pa. Married | | See Sec. B, Page vt, 
RUTH GEBANER Dec. 6, 1892 j 
Children 
Oshkosh, Wis. Ratpeuw D. AYLESWORTH Mareh 30, 1911 Grandparents 
, P 
See Sec. B, Pase v1, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Pane t 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 7 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Pave 
ath Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Page Sto 
| | 
BirtH Pvace Famity Names | * Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| sede 4 i 
State Line Emity M. AYLESWORTH Aug. 4, 1891) Parent 
Mills, Pa. Married | See Sec. B, Paye 01/2 
Ray E. THoMPsON June 8, 1890, 
Children 
Buffalo, N. Y. RicHarp E. THOMPSON Aug. 31, 1914 Grandparents 
See Sec. B, Paye 642 
= NorMan E. April 28, 191i ! Great-grandparents 
, ; ~ See Sec. B, Page 4 
: LUCILE M. are 4, Seah 2nd Great-grandpurents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Paye + 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Paye 1, 
Sizerville, Pa. ALICE GEORGIA Oct. 24, 1865 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 6 
Ropert E. HaGabukN June 22, 1862 


No children 


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BOOK ONE 
Section B Page 9 
Birttt PLAce Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Danby, N. Y. Harrietr B, GEorGia May 20, 1833) Oct. 27, 1919 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Paae 1 
“ GEORGE Brooks Aug. 29, 1829] March 31, 1908 
Children 
Spencer EvMore L. Brooxs *(914) | April 25, 1854 Grandparents 
. : ais See Sec. B, Page i 
“ CHARLES W. (11) | Oct. 9, 1855 Great-grandparents 
“é Frep FE. (12) | July 32, 1862 See Sec. O, Paae 2 
5 2nd Great-grandparents 
“ Mott A. (121%) | March 30, 1874 Sce Sec. O, Pane 14/2 
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BirtH PLACE Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Spencer ELMORE L. BrooKS April 25, 1854 Parent 
Married i See Sec. B, Page 9 
Danby Hartie L. Dutrox June 23, 1855] May 3, 1919 
Children 
Spencer Cora L. BRcooKs (10) | Sept. 28, 1877 Grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 9 
- Ciara B. (10) | Jan. 29, 1881] July 16, 1913 Great-gran:lparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
“ ; Harry A. (10%) | July 11, 1883 


2nd Great-grandyarents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandyarents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 


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| ! . Ws s wes. 
Birtn Pisce Famity Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
Spencer, N. Y. aiwais SVG. L. Brooks | sept. 23, 1877 | Parent 
\ Married | | See See. B, Page 0" 
Liverpool, Eng. ALBERT BroapHcest | Nov. 23, 1977) 
Children | 
Titusville, Pa. ELMorE H. Broapurest a v, 194! frandparents 
“6 ALBERT, Jr June 30, 1915) H See See. B, Paae IM, 
“ PHILLIPS Pesce \ Feb. 1, 1915 | Mareh 12, 1921 | Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. B, Page 9 
}2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
3rd. Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Spencer, N. Y. je LakA B. BreeKs | Jan. 29, 1881) July 16, 1911 | Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 3%, 
| Josep C. THOMPSON | 
| Children | | | 
Seranton, Pa. ' , Dorcas (. THompses {June 26, 1911) March 5, 1912) Ancestry: Same as above 
| | 
| | | | 
| | | 
Page lt, 
aaa? 0—oOOos*™mO—eeEEE ee 
Birt Prace Fastiy Nases | Born | Dev ANCESTRY 
LEER CP A NE PO CRME TY ee LS 
Spencer, N. Y. | Harry A. Breoxs | July 11, 1883 | | Parents 
i Married | } | See Sec. B, Page 9¥, 
Elmi ; | . 
ira Dorcres F. Bic | Nov. 1, 1884) | 
Children 
Elmira Harriett L. Becoxs April 16, 1904 | Grandparents 
‘ Dovorrs D. P Aug. 28, 1906 ,Nov. 17, 1906) See See. B, Page 31/ 


See Sec. B, Page 9 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandpurents 
See Sec. O, Pave 1%, 


ee 


i 
Great-grandparents 


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Section B 


Page 11 


























Birtu Piace Famiry Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Spencer, N. Y. CHARLES W. Brooks s 9, 1855 | Paren: 
Married } See Sec. B, Page v 
Danby ARABELL HvGe Dee. 22, 1857 
Children | 
Wav - : ' " : 204 
averly RayMoxp E, Brooxs *(11!2) Jan. 29, 1883 ee 
@ Pure T. | Feb. 24, 1899] March 1, 1899) Se¢ Sec. B, Page * 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 7 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page : 
3rd Great-grandpareuts 
See Sec. O, Page i 
| 
j } 
Page 111 
| ] 
BirtH Pace | Famiury Names Born | D:ep H ANCESTRY 
| | | 
Waverly | Raymonp E. Breoxs /Jan. 29, 1383 | Parent 
Married } } See Sec. B, Pave ii 
ss Saran GUYER {June 18, 1882) 
| | 
| Children | 
| 
E. Orange, N. J. James Brooks July 7, 1909) Grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page I! 
oe - + oS »” ” 
eae opel 38, as Great-grandparents 
ae Cuartes W. May 10, 1918| Aug. 19, 1919}; ‘See See. B, Page * 


i a es 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Paae ! 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page + 
th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 142 


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BOOK ONE 
Section B Page 12 
Birth Pace Famiry Names Born | Dirp | ANCESTRY 
Spencer, N. Y. Frep E. Brooks July 22, 1862 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 9 
Elmira Cora M. Lisoit May 9, 1866 
Children 
Binghamton Haze. G. Brooxs April 16, 1897 Grandparents 
fe See Sec. B, Page 9 
Haroip L. Oct. 13, 1899 Great-grandparents 
See. Sec. B, Page 1 
4é ms e ° ° . ’ 
Giaprs E. a a 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
Harotp L. Brooxs Oct. 13, 1899 3rd Great-grandparents 
Married See Sec. O, Page 11, 
Myra N. JONES 
Children 
Page 1214 
BirtH Pace Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Spencer Morr A. Brooks March 30, 1874 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 9 
ss MARGARET MOSHER March 14, 1875 
Children 
Binghamton STANLEY G. Brooks Dee. 29, 1905 Grandparents 


See Sec. B, Page 9 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2% 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


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BOOK ONE 
s Section B Page 13 
pS 
BirtH’ PLACE Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Danby, N. Y. Louisa C. GEORGIA April 3, 1835} July 16, 1916 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 1 
MarkK DEARBORN May 25, 1832/Oct. 14, 1898 
Children 
Rosina DEARBORN Mareh 24, 1855 Dead Grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
DEForEST *(13%) | July 5, 1857 
Great-grandparents 
LILLY (14144) | Feb. 18, 1859 Feb. 19, 1916 See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
22 
ELMER July 22, 1861 See Sec. O, Page 11/, 
JOHN ORSON Oct. 8, : 1863 Dead 
JENNIE (16) | Mareh 22, 1865 








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BirtH PLACE Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
DeForest DEARBORN | July 5, 1857 : Parent 
Married _| See Sec. B, Page 13 
EmMaA DAVENPORT 1870 | July 3, 1906 
Children 

Waverly, N. Y. Mark D. DEARBORN (14) | Mareh 16, 1886 Grandparents 


See Sec. B, Page 13 
Buffalo AURA (14) | Sept. 16, 1888 
Great-grandparents 


PAUL Sept. 17, 1892 See Sec. B, Page 1 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 


oe 


3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


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Waverly, N. ¥. 


Foundup, Mont. 


Eennison, Tex. 


| Mark D. DEARBORN 
Married 
Hazen C. SANDERS 


Section B Page 14 
! 
| Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
' | 
| March 16, 1Ss6) Parent 
' } See Sec. B, Page 151 
Jan, 11, 188 


Children 


| Mark DeForest DearBorn 
' 


Rater W. 


| WRIGHT S. 


| 


March 9, 1910 


"| Aug. 16, 1912, 


| 


Grandparents 


Great-grandparents 
Sce Sec. B, Page i3 











RutTH May 


WILFKED ©, 





Sept. 6, 1902 
April = 4, 1915 


1903 


| See Sec. B, Page 2313 
Roundup, Mont. Feb. 11, 1919; 2nd Great-grandparents 
j | | See See. B, Paue : 
| | 3rd Great-grandparents 
H : | See Sec. O, Pane 2 
; | 4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page it, 
Buffalo, N. Y. ‘Avra DEARBORN | Sept. 18, 1888 | Parent 
Married } | See Sec. B, Page 15% 
CLARENCE HECKMAN 
Children 
CLARENCE HECKMAN, JR. Feb. 9, 1909 | aenestees Suiiéasabox 
Page 141; 
| | 
BrtH PLACE Fairy Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
Chemung, N. Y. | LItLy DEARBORN | Feb. 18, 1859| Feb. 19, 1916) Parent 
| Married | See Sec. B, Page 23 
Waverly EMMETT BowMAN Sept. 24, 1858 | 
| | 
Waverly | Children 
a = L. Bowman *(15) | March 18, 1883 | Grandparents 
| . or 
“ Witttam D. (15) | Nov, 14, 1884 See Sec. B, Page iJ 
xp) ; well Great-grandparents 
“ x A. 15%) | J 10, 1888, 
enemies iia | = : | See Sec. B, Page z 
es WwW 1514) | Nov. 5, 1893 | : 
anes: 3 CAT Se at } 2nd Great-grandparents 
*s Rosert FE. July 27, 1894) Oct. 21, 1897! See See. O, Page ? 
= }EDNA CLARA Nov, 22, 1895 3rd Great-grandparents 
ee Beknarp R. Sept. 12, 1896) See See. O, Page 112 
a Rapu E. May = 5, _- 1898 
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BirtH PLACE Famity Names Born D.ep ANCESTRY 
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| 
| 
Waverly, N. Y. Cora L. BowMANn | March 1S, 1883 | Parent 
Married | | See Sec. B, Page 1413 
“ Wittiam S. KinLey July 3, 1877 | 
/ Children | 
Kutfalo | Lester W. KIMLEY March 2, 1903 Grandparents 
r | Haroun B. Oct. 11, 1906 | See See. B, Page 141, 
7 HERBERT W. Nov. 30, 1919) Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 13 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. B, Page i 
} 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page + 
4th Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 11/2 
Waverly Wiitiam D. BowMAN |Nov. 14, 1884] Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 1413 
Buffalo | Viccer M. Orr Jan. 27, 1892 
Children | 
CLIFFORD W. BOWMAN June 19, 1915} | Ancestry: Same as above 
: Page 151: 
j \ | \ 
BrrtH PLACE | Famity Names } Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
| | | 
, 1 
| 
Waverly, N.Y. Berxettra A. Bowman April 10, 1888 | Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 141 
" Davip C. MULLOcK 
Children 
7 BERNICE A. MULLOCK Nov. 9, 1915 Ancestry: Same as above 
Me LAURENCE E. June 21, 1919 
Waverly, N. ¥. Harry W. Bowman Nov. 5, 1893 Parent 
: Married See Sec. B, Page 141, 
Pifford _ | BeetHa H. WILLIAMS Dec. 5, 1895 
Children | 
Avon Doxatp BowMan Aug. 11, 1918 Ancestry: Same as above 
Ratavia GRACE Feb. 27, 1920 


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BOOK ONE 
Section B Page 16 
BmtH PLAce Famity Names H Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
JENNIE DEARBORN Mareh 22, 1865 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 13 
WILLIAM TURNEY Mareh 13, 1863 
Children 
GRANT TURNEY July 23, 1885 Grandparents 
Waverly, N. Y. - , See Sec. B, Page 13 
“ BERNICE *(16%) | Oct. 27, 1887 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
‘ ILINE M. bl . (29 ss 
. PAULINE M (1642) | Sept », 1888 2nd Great-grandparents 
“ Norsa D. Jan. 29, 1897 See Bee. 0, Page 2 


3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page I'/, 


Grant TURNEY 
Married 
FLORENCE SCHUYLER Oct. 16, 1886} April 2, 1918 


No children 


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BirtH PLACE Famity NaMes | Born Diep ANCESTRY 


nn nn ee aE EEtEEE ES SSSSsaSS Sst Sn nnn nnn 


Waverly, N. Y. BERNICE TURNEY Oct. 27, 1887 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 16 
Lioyp RocKWELL Jan. 12, 1887 
Children 
. Vircinta RocKWELL July 4, 1912) July — 4, 1912 Grandparents 
as Ey 16 
DororuHy Nov. 3, 1915 ne eens See 


Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 13 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandpurents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 


Waverly PAULINE M. TURNEY Sept. 20, 1889 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 16 
Sewarp CLARK Feb. 8, 1893 : 
Children 


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Section B Page 17 
B-RTH PLACE Famity NaMes  _ | Born D:ep ANCESTRY 
danby, N. ¥. GeoRGE F. GEorGIA June 30, 1840| June = 4, 1907 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Puge 1 
3rin ANNE E, Haw ey Nov. 6, 1844 | Novy. 6, 1919 
Children 
Slmira Avice A. Georcta *(17%) | Aug. 28, 1863] Nov. 2, 1922 Grandparents 
a Louis E. Oct. 25, 1864} Oct. 24, 1889] See See. B, Page 1 
“ Bert W. (1844) | Jan. 27, 1867 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O é 
“a Exaa B. (19) |Nov. 11, 1868 a oa Oy eae 
ve Carrie L. (19%) | Oct. 27, 1870] Nov. 21, 1905] 7"4 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11, 
6“ CLARINDA E. (20%) | Dee. 3, 1873 
“ NELLIE B. (21%) | June 16, 1876 
Lockwood Omar D. (21%) | Aug. 19, 1880 
+3 Wiis J. (22) | Nov. 3, 1883 | Cet. 15, 1918 
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B:rtH PLACE Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Elmira, N. Y. ALICE A. GEORGIA Aug. 28, 1863| Nov. 2, 1922 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 17 
Canisteo Lewis J. CRESSY Jan. 28, 1860 
Children 
eS NELLIE V. CrESSY (18) | July 14, 1884 Grandparents 
Nettie L. (18) |May 23, 1886 ‘| See Sec. B, Page 17 
Adrian Joun R. March 7, 1888 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
Sunderland, Pa. GeorcE L, (below) | Sept. 30, 1890 
7 = _| 2nd Great-grandparents 
Ninevah AuicE Iona Jan. 15, 1904|Sept. 5, 1905 


See Sec. O, Page 2? 


3rd Great-grandparents 


GeorGE L. Cressy See Sec. O, Page 11/5 


Married 
MyrTLe Bylow 


Children 
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rear 
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Brn Pisce | Fasury Names | Born } Diep | ANCESTRY 
Cd | ; 
1 i j | 
Canisteo, N. Y. NELLIE V. CRESSY July 14, Iss4 | | Parent 
Married | See Sec. B, Page 17% 
Wales | Jous R. Waters | Feb. 27, 1882 | 
| 
| Children | | 
Carbondale, Pa. | RetH I. Waters *(1814) | Feb. 20, 1903 Grandparents 
Harpersville, N. Y.| Prask E. Nov. 6, 1904/Jan. 9, 1905) See Sec. B, Page I7% 
| Great-grandparents 
‘ - ! 
‘ ALICE E. July 31, 1908 | See Sec. B, Page 17 
Jou R. July 5, 1912) | 2nd Great-grandparents 
Waverly | Purup M. Dec. 24, 1913! | See See. B, Page 1 
1 ' ~ 
Bolivar GeEorGcE JOSEPH June 1, 1924 | | 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page ? 
| 4th Great-grandparents 
} | See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Canisteo NETTIE L. CRESSY ' Mar 23, 1886 Parent 
Married | See See. B, Page 17/2 
ANpREW E, LINDSLEY 
No children | 
Page 1813 
| 
BirtH PLace Famiry Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
Elmira, N. Y. Bert W. Georgia Jan. 27, 1867) i Parent 
Married | | See Sec. B, Page 17 
Chemung ‘Ipa L. Hyatr Aug. 9, 1868; 
' Children | | | 
Erin | Lixy C. Georara July 1, 1892: | Grandparents 
i | See Sec. B, Page 17 
| j | Great-grandparents 
: See Sec. B, Page 1 
oes, 9 \ 
a en ; July 1, 1892 /2nd Great-grandparents 
i. — | sal See Sec. O, Page 2 
8. Waverly, Pa. | Cectr M. CLarKx Dec. 17, 1899 ‘3rd Great-grandparents 
| Children H | ; See Sec. O, Page 1p 
Waverly, N. ¥. | Witsce L. Georaia July 9, 1917 | Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| : dren on Page 18. 
Carbondale, Pa, RuTH T. Warers Feb. 20, 1903| 
' Married 
| L. L. Harris | 
Children | . 
Bolivar, N. Y. | Justor LeicGH Harris May 9, : 1924 ' 


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BOOK ONE 
5 Section B Page 19 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Eimira, N. ¥. ' Emma B. GeorGia Nov. 11, 1868 ' Parent 


Married 


| See Sec. B, Page 17 
FraNk C. BARTHOLOMEW 


April 14, 1852 Jan. 11, 1921! 


+4 te | 

Children 

! 

Amot, N. Y. | Lean E. BartHoLtomew |Sept. 15, 1894! : Grandparents 
| | ; See See. B, Page i> 
“ Anna C. (Below); Aug. 14, 1896 | Great-grandparents 
‘ | | See Sec. B, Page 
“ ; RaLPH F. | Nov. 27, 1898 


| 2nd Great-grandparents 
! i See See. O, Page < 
| | 3rd Great-grandparents 
| } 


Anna C. BARTHOLOMEW See Sec. O, Page 113 








Married ! 
West Saville ! Lewis Van Poperinc ) April 19, 1895 
1 ! 

Children | | | 

Islip LAWRENCE VaN PoperinG |May 27, 1923 j 
Page 191. 
| } 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
! t | 





Elmira, N. Y. Carrie L. GEorGIA Nov. 21, 1905 

















Married See Sec. B, Page i? 
Wirt Graxt B. Wooparp ee 21, 1868 | | 
Children | | 
tt LeaH A. Wooparp (Below) Sept. 1. 1895 | | Ancestry: Same as chil- 
“ Watter MW. *(20) | March 23, 1897 | dren above. 
Ashley, Mich. Kart E. (20) |May 30, 1902, 
LeaH A. Wooparp Sept. 1, 1895 | Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 191’, 
Leroy B. CHICK 1893 : 
Canes | Grandparents 
Los Angel if. x w.c Sov 2 : 
Angeles, Calif.| ALLan W. CHICK Nov. , 1918 See Sec. B, Page 19> 


Great-grandparents 

See Sec. B, Page 17 
2nd Great-grandparents 
Sce Sec. B, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page < 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11> 


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BOOK ONE 
Section B Page 20 
B:rtH PLAce Famity Names | Born | Dep | ANCESTRY 
Wirt, N. Y. WALTER M. Wooparp March 23, 1897 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 1)", 
EMMA M. BuRDGE March 1, 1900 
Children 
Punxsutawney, Pa, | Norma M. Wooparp Feb. 2, 1919 Grandparents 
Barberton, Ohio Dora M. March 26, 1921 See Sec. B, Page 19%, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 17 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
Ashley, Mich. KarkL E. Wooparp May 30, 1902 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 194» 
Cora R. BUNZEY Aug. 19, 1902 
Page 2045 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Elmira, N. Y. CLARINDA E. GEORGIA Dee. 3, 1873 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 17 
Erwin D. CRANDALL April 25, 1870 
Children 
Bolivar, N. Y. NEIL A. CRANDALL *(21) | March 28, 1897 Grandparents 
: See Sec. B, Page 17 
= Hartey E. May 22, 1899 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
ee 2 2 21% 2 7 
Hor POSE, £0, 208) SS ES, 37S 2nd Great-grandparents 
“i RawPy M. Dec. 20, 1906 Bee’ Bec. 0, Page £ 
3rd Great-grandparents 
“¢ BERNICE July 1, 1909) Feb. 17, 1911} See Sec. O, Page 1i, 
en CLARENCE W. June 23, 1914 


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BOOK ONE 
Section B i 21 
ee 
BirtH PLAce Famity Names Born toe | D:£p ANCESTRY 
Bolivar, N. Y. NeIL A. CRANDALL March 28, ar Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 20t%, 
ALICE INGALLS Aug. 14, 1901 
Children 
Bolivar MARIE M. CRANDALL May 1, 1920 Grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 20, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 17 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Page 21% 
Btu PLAce Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Elmira, N. Y. NELLIE B. GEORGIA June 16, ~ Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 17 
Knapp SHOEMAKER 
Children 
Van Etten, N. ¥Y. | Zetta E. SHOEMAKER March 16, 1907 Grandparents 
a Ciyve K. Dee. 22, 1909! Feb. 18, 1910| Sce See. B, Page 17 
i TREVA M. July = 9, 1911 Great-grandparents 
= Avis J. Sept. 16, 1917 See Sec. B, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1/2 
Lockwood, N. ¥. | Omar D. Georuta Aug. 19, 1880 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 17 
Cora E, WEEKES March 17, 1881 
Children _ 
Buffalo, RE YY: KENNETH M. GEORGIA May 17, 1905|Aug. 18, 1908} Ancestry: Same as chil- 
— Junia B, May 26, 1907 dren above. 
“f BENJAMIN F. Feb. 3, 1911 
Porterville RoBert A. Sept. 27, 1919 


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BOOK ONE 
Section B Page 22 
BrmtuH Pace | Famiry Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
Lockwood, N. Y. | Wittis J. Georsta Nov. 3, ISS3) Oct. 15, 1918 Parent 


Married 
ETHEL GILBERT 
Children 
Buffalo, N. Y. Wis G. GEorGta 
“s THELMA G. 
as GeERaLp E. 
KENNETH E. 


Niagara Falls 


Leeme Epitr# 


sé ae 


April 7, 1883 
Sept. 30, 1907 | 


See Sec. B, Page 17 


Grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page i7 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Pave 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page 1% 


Page 224, 


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BrmtH Pace | 


Fasury Names 


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Van Etten, N. Y. | Satoma Georcia 
Married 


Wituram Kimber 
Children 
Waverly Mary Bette KImMtey 


“ WiturasM 8. 


Seeond Marriage 
to 
Davip Soper 


| Sept 13, 1844) Aug. 

| 

| 

| Se pt. 29, 1875, Mar 
wig ts &, 1877} 


Parent 
See Sec. B, Page 1 


z 
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— 
Co) 
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Grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page + 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


27, 1897 


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BOOK ONE 
Section B Page 23 
l | | 
BirtH Pace Famity Names | Born Diep H ANCESTRY 
{ | 
Van Etten, N. Y. = W. GEORGIA May 7, 1846 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Pave 1 
Susan GETMAN 1873 
Children 
Van Etten Frep GEORGIA *(2315)|June 3, 1870 Grandparents 
‘is —— aes 5) exert See Sec. B, Paue 1 
EASES (23%2) | Jan. 1v, 1872 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Paye 2 
Second Marriage 2nd Great-grandparents 
to See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
Eurxor Horton Aug. 1, 1878} April 11, 1911) 
Page 2314 
| . | 
BirtH PLace | Famiry Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
' 
| | | 
Van Etten, N. Y. | FRED GEORGIA June 3, 1870 Parent 
Married | See Sec. B, Page 23 
Evipa H. DECKER July 29, 1962 
Children 
Elmira Cuirrorp F, Georera Mareh 19, 1919 Grandparents 
See Sec. B, Paye 23 
5 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 142 
FRANCIS GEORGIA Jan. 17, 1872 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 23 
Ips BLANCHARD Aug. 13, 1866 
Children 
Waterloo Susie K. Georata June 27, 1904 Ancestry: Same as above 


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BOOK ONE : 
Section B Page 24 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born | Born | ANCESTRY 
Van Etten, N. Y. | Samvet E. Grorera Aug. 15, 1848 | March 26, 1921 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 1 
ALICE A. JORDAN March 17, 1859) 
Children 
Bullis Mills, Pa. | JOSEPHENEC.GrEoRGIA *(2415) |) Aug. 30, 1879 Grandparents 
See Sec. B, Pane 1 
“ BERTON S&S. , Oct. 25, 1891) Sept. 14, 1913 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
se Reep J. (26%) | June 1883 | 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 142 
“se _ | Ropert L. July 11, 1888) Sept. 13, 1889 
“ MARION (2444) | Aug. 4, 1891 
Page 2414 
BrtH PLace Famity Names | Diep | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Bullis Mills, Pa. JOSEPHENE C. GEORGIA Aug. 30, ‘al Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 24 
Minden City, Mich. | W. J. O'Connor 
Children 
Chicago, Ill., KaTHERWYN F. A. O'Connok | April 15, 1912 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren below. 
Bullis Mills, Pa. | Marion GEorGIA Aug. 4, 1891 Parent 
Married i" See Sec. B, Page 24 
Philadelphia, Pa. | ALEXANDER P. WizEMAN June 17, 1887 
Children Geana 
Galeton, Pa. ‘Tox C. W x 1 -&, 1913 irandparents 
’ Burton IZEMAN Apri i Set Boe: By, Pave 24 
ARDEN C. Sept. 21, 1916 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
“ Lovis ARTHUR Sept. 4, 1921 2nd Great-grandparente 


See Sec. O, Page 2? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1, 


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BOOK ONE 
Section B Page 25 
BirtH PLAce mace | Pony News | Fasury Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Yan Etten, N. Y . JSABELL GEORGIA sts 5, 1851 bes 20, 1924 -arent 
Married | See Sec. B, Page 1 
“ JosePpH W. Ham Jan, 25, 1852 | 
No children j | 
“6 Luna A. GEORGIA April 10, ee 20, 1920 Parent 
Married j See Sec. B, Page 1 
“ GEorGE W. KETCHUM | Jan 9, on June 5, 1919 
Children a | 
“ Etyix 8. Kercuum 251%) | May 21, 187 2| Grandparents 
| See Sec. B, Page 1 
Lockwood LENa (2514) | April 4, 188 | Great-grandparents 
i See Sec. O, Page 2 
a Cora June 15, Iss 2nd Great-grandparents 
began 1 See Sec. age 14 
“ Cecit E. Sept. 14, 1894 | Fe See Oy Ringe AY 
Page 2515 
BirtH PLAce Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
: — se | - 
Van Etten, N. Y. | Etvix S. Kercuua ;May = 21, 1872 Parent 
_ Married See Sec. B, Page 25 
LILLIAN CHRIST Aug. 21, 1887 
Children 
Chicago, Ill. . Leora J. Ketcuum ;Oct. 31, 1913 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
v Etvin J. April 6, 1917 | Jan. 18, 1920] dren below. 
Lockwood, N. Y. | Lexa KETCHUM April 4, 1SS1 Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 25 
Joey S. WIEstT Jan. 3, 18Sl|Aug. 28, 1918 
Children | : : 
Waverly DonaLp S. Wiest Aug. 25, 1904] Feb. 18, 1905 Grandparents 
“% Wituas C. Jan. 17, 1906 See Sec. B, Page 25 
“ Cora BELL K. | July 5, 1914 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. B, Page 1 
Second Marriage 2nd Great-grandparents 
to See Sec. O, Page 2 
Harvey A. DooLey June 16, 1874 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
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Section B Page 26 
Birth Pace Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
| | | 
Lockwood, N. ¥Y. | Cora Kercuus June 15, 1884) Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 25 
Wat7er E. Joss July = 28, 1879 | 
No children 
Lockwood, N. Y. | Cecin Kercuum Sept. 14, 1894} Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 25 
Frora M. MUELLER Jan 1, 1897 


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BirtH PL Lace Famity NAMEs | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Bullis Mills, Pa, Reep J. GeorGia June 1883 _ Parent 
Married See Sec. B, Page 24 
Wellsville, N. Y. | Peart SMitH June 8, 1882 a. 


Children 





POLLY GEORGIA-SEELY 


SECTION C—Book ONE. 


2: 
bs 


This Section relates to the children and descendants 


of 
Seymour A. AND Potty (GEORGIA) SEELY. 
Pootee”. 


P00" 
efoolooloalenlenle 


Directory and Historical Account. 





SEYMOUR SEELY S. ALFRED SEELY 


Vs 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


POLLY GEORGIA SEELY 


Polly Georgia and Seymour A. Seely were married September 2nd, 1829. 
Both were young, Seymour not yet 21, and Polly 19 years of age. She was 
the third born of the children of Miles and Sally (North) Georgia, and the 
second daughter. They began housekeeping at once. Their first abode was 
a rude board shack in the inidst of a dense growth of young timber on what 
was known as the ** Windfall.”” This was located in the southern part of the 
town of Newfield, and often referred to as the **South Section.”” 

Many years before the white man ever saw this part of the town, a huge 
wind swept over it and a long strip of the old forest was laid low. Later 
young chestnuts came up and were the principal trees growing at the time 
Seymour Seely settled there. These trees grew straight and tall and were easily 
split into fence rails, for which purpose they seemed especially adapted. The 
clearing of this land was less work than where the original timber yet stood. 


‘The trees that had been thrown down by that fierce storm, were now nearly 


decomposed, and burned readily after cut in short lengths and somewhat 
dried out. 

At this time many wild animals roamed the woods and strolling bear 
were a common sight. Wolves, too, were plenty and their howls at night often 
disturbed these young pioneers. Their first child, Obed. was born in this little 
house. After awhile a new log dwelling was erected and better living conditions 
prevailed. Slowly the farm was cleared and as the soil was productive, it be- 
came, in time. a model farm. Ten children were born to them, eight boys and 
two girls, all of whom lived, grew up and married. 

In addition to his work of clearing land. cultivating and caring for the 
crops raised there, Seymour engaged somewhat in lumber operations. Being 
a thorough-going business man and a tireless worker, that business, too, was 
suecessful. Each one of the sons, as they grew old enough, was taught his 
first lessons in the manufacture of lumber, in the little mill located about a 
mile from the farm owned by the father. This mill was of the type common 
in those days, an upright saw driven by water power. All of the sons, with 
the exception of Gilbert and Charles, became, later in life, active in the lum- 
ber business, either for themselves or others. 

Polly was a handsome young woman and she preserved her beauty all 
through the years of her life. Besides attending well to her many household 
duties, she found time to visit and assist her friends and neighbors, whenever 
she was needed. She is said to have been almost always the first to call upon 
a sick neighbor, or to welcome a newcomer in the neighborhood. At the time 
Polly and Seymour began their married life, money was scarce and hard to 


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get, so it was necessary to save in every possible way. The growing of fax 
and the production of wool was carefully looked after and prepared for making 
into cloth. Polly was an expert spinner of both wool and linens as well 
weaver of the cloth it would make for the wearing apparel of the family. 
Warm bedding was also made for family use as long as she lived. That her 
eight sons and two daughters were suecessfully raised and trained, goes with- 
out: saying. 

Obed, the eldest, was born in 1828, Gilbert in 1830, Charles in 1832, 
Zadoeck in 1836, and Seymour in 1838. Then in 1840 came the first daughter, 
Lydia Ann, who married Samuel D. Norris, a farmer living in the town of 
Van Etten. S. Alfred was born in 1842. Mary M. in 1844. David N. in 1848, 
and Frank S., the youngest. in 1849. The second daughter. Mary M. married 
Daniel C. Brooks, a farmer of Spencer. 

Polly and her husband were both Baptists. as were most of their children, 
attending the Baptist chureh at West Danby, for many years. They owned 
and occupied the farm, where they first began married life, as long as they 
lived. Polly died in 1885, and Seymour twelve vears later. They are buried 
in Evergreen cemetery, at Spencer. Their children, grandchildren. and great- 
grandehildren, now (1923) number two hundred and one. being the largest 
family of any one of the children of Miles and Sally Georgia. 


CHARLES B. SEELY 


The first great sorrow to come to the Seely family, oceurred during the 
war of the Rebellion. Charles B., the third son of Polly and Seymour <A. 
Seely, enlisted at Ithaca, New York, January 4th, 1564. and was mustered 
into the service the same day at Oweyo, as private of Company F, Fifteenth 
New York Cavalry Volunteers, to serve three vears. He left home for the 
front. January 28th, the same month that he enlisted. On June 10th he was 
taken prisoner of war at Staunton, Virginia, by the Rebel forces and sent to 
Andersonville prison, in Georgia. On October 24th he died in that prison 
of starvation and nevlect. 

When Charles beeame convinced that it was his duty to enter the war, 
he arranged his business affairs, bade farewell to his friends, wife and his 
five young children. and was soon with his regiment and in active service. 
He had married Priscilla Beach and had purchased the farm where they lived, 
not far from the home of his parents. Philena was the oldest of the children, 
being ten years of age at the time her father joined the army. Orson was 
next, then came Myron, Ettie, and Dora. Dora. the youngest, was then one 
year old. Priscilla remained on the farm as long as she lived, successfully 

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managed its affairs, raised her children, and died in 1913, at the age of 84 
years. 

When Charles left home he was 32 years of age. a little above the medium 
height, strong, healthy, and active. Ile was a man highly esteemed by all 
who knew him and a Christian in every sense of the word. Letters from him 
came to his family often. One, indicated that his regiment was operating in 
the Shenandoah Valley. Another was dated at Winchester, Virginia. On 
March 7th he wrote of being on a scouting trip for a week and being almost 
constantly in the saddle, with little sleep and little food. One head of eab- 
bage he had found, furnished all the food he had for two meals. Ancther letter 
dated May 28th, says that they were under fire nearly all the time and that 
they had lost many men. On June 10th he was left with some sick and wounded 
soldiers, whom he had been helping to care for, and was captured by Rebel 
troops. In one letter. received from him after his capture, he speaks of his 
children and his love for them and that it was almost impossible to get paper 
on which to write home. 

The prison camp where he was contined consisted of 27 acres of land, 
enclosed by a stockade. and heavily guarded. In this enclosure there were 
crowded over 30 thousand Federal soldiers. who suttered exposure, being with- 
-ont shelter from the hot sun and frequent storms, and without any sanitary 
arrangements or hospital service whatever. The stream of water which ran 
through this prison, and which the men had to use for all purposes, became 
polluted. Typhoid fever, dysentery, and other malignant diseases soon ap- 
peared and the death rate was terrible. Charles seems to have escaped the 
epidemics. but when the food became scarce and unfit to eat. human endurance 
gave way. He is said to have been buried in one of the many trenches, the 
Confederates were forced to use for burial purposes, and sleeps in an unknown 
grave. 

““Under the sod and the dew, 
Waiting the judgment day.”’ 


ZADOCK SEELY 

Zadock Seely was the fourth son of Seymour A. and Polly (Georgia) 
Seely. He was born in the town of Newfield. New York, April Sth, 1836. 
Like all the sons of Seymour and Polly Seely, he was a thorough-going busi- 
ness man, and early ip life became the owner of a farm, later owning and oper- 
ating a steam saw-mill. which proved very profitable. In January, 1858, he 
married Sarah Ann Snyder, daughter of Jacob Snyder, a farmer near Stratton, 
and not far from the farm that Zadock owned. Stratton was a small hamlet 


on the road from Newfield to Ithaca. They began as farmers. Three children 
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were born to them, two daughters and one son, Mary Isabelle, Ada Elizabeth, 
and Willard Leroy Seely. — 

They were married less than five years when the mother contracted a 
severe case of measles and died at the age of 24 years. The youngest child, 
the boy, was then about nine months old. The loss of his wife was a severe 
handicap to Zadock, as he had then turned his attention almost entirely to 
lumbering and operating the mill he owned on Chaffee Creek. For nine years 
he eared for his family and prospered in business. He died suddenly August 
17th, 1871, and was buried beside his wife at West Danby. The children found 
homes with others. Two of them with the Seely grandparents, and one with 
one of Zadock’s brothers, who cared for them until they had homes of their’ 
own. Zadock’s children and grandchildren now number twenty, besides two 
that died young. 

A. SEELY AND BROTHER 


In 1862, 8S. Alfred and Seymour Seely, sons of Polly and Seymour A. 
Seely, formed a partnership under the name of A. Seely and Brother. for the 
purpose of engaging in the manufacture of sawed lumber. They purchased 
a tract of timber land in the town of Erin, New York, about three miles 
south of the village of Breesport. This timber consisted of pine, hemlock, 
and various kinds of hard wood. They moved their families to the place selected, 
rebuilt the old saw-mill already there, and began operations. Seymour was 
then 24 years of age, and had been engaged at farming. Alfred, four years 
younger, had just finished a course in a business colleze, and newly married. 
The business was a success from the start. Both were ambitious and gave close 
attention to all the details connected with such work. Elmira was the nearest 
lumber market and it required a long haul of ten or twelve miles, by teams, 
te get the lumber there, for sale or shipment. But the returns were sufficient 
to pay costs and leave a fair margin of profit. In nine years they had fin- 
ished sawing the timber on this tract, and began to look for a new location. 
Spencer, Tioga County, was selected and land for a mill site purchased of 
Joshua Tompkins, in the west part of the village. This was on the line of a 
new railroad that was then being built, from Athens, Pa., to Ithaca, New York. 
Later it was extended to Geneva, thus making it easy to reach the lumber 
markets of central New York. This road was called the Geneva, Ithaca and 
Sayre Railroad. Sayre was a new town, near Athens, and was the terminal 
point of the new line. In a few years it became a part of the Lehigh Valley 
Railway system. 

The advent of this new railroad and the lumber interests of A. Seely and 


Brother, changed very materially the map of the village of Spencer. <A large 
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up to date saw-mill was built and soon put in operation. Timber lots were 
acquired and in 1572. the business was in full swing. A large Houring mill 
was also built and the manufacture of tlour for market was added to the 
business. This, too, was a successful venture. For a time the office of the 
firm was located in the flouring mill, where a sinall supply of groceries was 
kept. In 1577 or 1878. they leased a near-by new store building. of John A.. 
Nichols, where the office was installed and a large stock of merchandise added. 
These were busy days for every one connected with the business. 

About this time, one of the brothers of the firm. David N. Seely, was em- 
ployed as bookkeeper for the lumber and touring interests. a position he held 
for many years. Charles H. Puff. became buyer and manaver of the store. 
and Jacob S. Dresser, assistant and bookkeeper. James S. Silke, was the 
head miller and Frank S. Seely. assistant miller. Frank was the youngest 
of the Seely family and remained with his brothers a long time. 

Within a short time after coming to Spencer, both members of the firm 
built residences for their families. as well as dwellings for their workmen. 
which added to that part of the town and village. They made 2 price for 
the purchase of all varieties of unsawed timber. that might be offered. The 
winter season was a busy time as large stocks of logs were purchased, which. 
with those brought in from their own holdings. gave employment to hundreds 
of men and teams. Thus each year several millions feet of logs were banked 
near the mill, for the year’s cutting. This mill was especially built and 
equipped for the sawing of long timber, which was in demand in those days. 
Lengths of 40. 50 and €0 feet were often sawed out, and occasionally a seventy 
foot log would be sent through to the saws and shipped to fill some order. 
The firm also made and shipped large quantities of matched flooring made 
from pine, hemlock and hardwood, as well as dressed building material of all 
kinds. Fo. the tlouring mill, many thousands of bushels of grain was bought 
of the surrounding farmers. A new process for the milling of buckwheat was 
added, and the manufacture of buckwheat flour so perfected, that their par- 
ticular brand became known far and wide. It is yet one of the industries of 
the town and the quality of this flour excels many other makes. This firm 
gave preferance, as far as possible, to the men of the village and town when 
selecting employees. 

Besides the plant in the village of Spencer, the firm owned and operated 
two or three other saw-mills, of smaller type. in the south part of the town, 
in the township of Barton, which were located near some large tracts of 
standing timber, not accessible to the Spencer mill, for the material in the 
rough. 

At the close of the year 1836, the firm dissolved partnership, S. Alfred 


7. 
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THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


becoming sole owner of the lumbering interests, flouring mill, and general 
store. In 1900 a fire occurred which destroyed the entire plant, with the ex- 
ception of the store building and stock of woods, Only a portion of it was 
rebuilt, as the supply of standing timber was nearly exhausted. A smaller 
mill was put in operation for a few years. An electric light station was added 
to the business. which still continues to furnish light for the village and other 
near places. Later, a new grist and tlouring mill was built. 

In 1901, January 27th. S. Alfred Seely died. Ilis widow. Mary Seely, 
suecessfully conducted atfairs for several years, until an incorporated com- 
pany, under the name of “The S. Alfred Seely Company,”’ took charge of 
the business. 

S. Alfred married, first. Emiline Larue, who died in 1879. They had 
one child, a daughter, who died in 1867, aged two years and eight months. 
He married, second, Mrs. Mary Hart. They had three children, Graee <A., 
Charles A.. and Hart I. Seely. S. Alfred was a Baptist and belonged to the 
Baptist church in Breesport. but changed his membership to the Spencer 
ehurch, when he moved there. Ie was made superintendent of the Sunday 
School soon after joining that church, a position he held for several years. 
Ile was greatly interested in Sunday School work throughout the state, and 
was at one time president of the State Sunday School Association. 

Seymour Seely married, first, Frances Star. who died August 27th. 1903. 
They had four children, Fred, Carrie M.. Sarah Nettie. and Mertie F. Second, 
he married Myra Mead. and died aved 8+ years. March 6th, 1923. In 1867, 
while they were at Erin. he was badly injured in the saw-imill that the firm 
was then operating, and it was thought for a time that his recovery was im- 
possible. Both arms and legs were broken, one arm in two or three places, 
and other serious injuries. At the time of the accident he was making some 
repairs in the engine room, when he was caught by a pulley running at high 
speed, whirled around it. and thrown to the floor a manyled and almost fatally 
injured man. But good care, youth, and health built up by good habits, 
coupled with a strong constitution, pulled him through. After he and his 
brother divided their business interests. Seymour turned his attention almost 
entirely to farming, improving and cultivating the several farms he then 
owned. Tle, too, was a Baptist, and was one of the trustees of the Spencer 
ehurech, and one of its deacons, for many years. He has served the town as 
Supervisor, and trustee of the Cemetery Association. His children, grand- 
children, and great-grandchildren, now number thirty-one. 

It may be added here, that the wives and children of Alfred and Seymour 
Seely, are or were at one time, previous to death or removal, honored members 


of the Baptist church in _— 
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DIRECTORY-—Section C 
' BOOK ONE 


Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of Seysour A. and Potty 


(Georcia) SEeELy. - 
Norris, Mrs. Lydia Ann (Seely) Spencer, N. Y. 
SEELY, Frank S. 410 Utica St. Ithaea, N. Y¥. 
SEELY, Mrs. Odessa (Widow of Edwin L.) Waverly, N. Y. 
SKELLENGER, Mrs. Jennie L. (Seely) 
SEELy, Miss Flora M. Waverly, N. Y. 
SEELY, William A. Sayre, Pa. 
SEELY, Floyd O. Ovid) N.S. 
Bert, Mrs. Lula (Seely) New Bedford, Mass. 
SEELy, Olin Ovid, N. ¥. 
DEax, Mrs. Elsie (Seely) R. D. Brookton, N. Y. 
Munson, Mrs. Bertha L. (Seely) R. D. Ovid, N. Y¥. 
JAMES, Mrs. Gertrude E. (Seely) Industry, N. Y. 
JAMES, Paul 8, ¢ 
SEELY, Miss Phelena Spencer, N. Y. 
SEELY, Mrs. Carrie (Widow of Orson B.) R. D. No. 26 Newfield, N. Y. 
WILLIAMS, Mrs. Una D. (Seely) R. D. No. 3 Ithaca, N. Y. 
MakrIoN, Mrs. Winnifred C. (Seely) a8 si 
SEELY, Leland C. 325 Hock Place ne 
CORTRIGHT, Mrs. Hazel S. (Seely) R. D. No. 5 ae 
NIEMI, Mrs. Louise 8. (Seely) 139 Lafayette St. Schenectady, N. Y. 
SEELY, Floyd 8. Rochester, N. Y. 
SEELY, Leslie W. 3185 W. 95th St. Cleveland, Ohio 
SEELY, Lenfred O. Newfield, N. Y. 
SEELY, Miss Gladys C. me 
SEELy, Myron C. Spencer, N. Y. 
SEELY, Loal L. Avon, N. ¥. 
WASHBURN, Mrs. Elva B. (Seely) Spencer, N. Y. 
NICHOLS, Mrs. Priscilla A. (Seely) Elmira, N. Y. 
CRANE, Mrs. Daisy M. (Dutton) 207 S. West St. Geneva, N. Y. 
Dettox, Charles A. Syracuse, N. Y. 
Eaton, Mrs. Eula C. (Kelsey) R. D. No. 1 Ithaca, N. Y. 
NorTHUP, Mrs. Belle (Seely) 213 N. Meadow St. ss 
MILKs, Mrs. Grace B. (Northup) oe “ 
DEcKER, Mrs. Elizabeth (Seely) 253 Northland Ave. Buffalo, N. Y. 
SINCEBAUGH, Mrs. Mary E. (Decker) West Danby, N. Y. 
Hix, Mrs. Minnie E. (Decker) 110 Green St. Ithaca, N. ¥. 
SINCEBAUGH, Miss Mabel Newfield, N. Y. 
SINCEBAUGH, Miss Ruth E. 110 Green St. Ithaca, N. Y. 
CRANCE, Mrs. Nellie (Decker) 285 Parkdale Ave. Buffalo, N. Y. 
CRANCE, Fay se “ec 
Frear, Mrs. Fannie M. (Decker) 108 Sullivan St. Elmira, N. Y. 
FRear, Miss Julena si = 
Decker, Gilbert 253 Northland Ave. Buffalo, NX. Y. 
DECKER, Fred B. 2014 Green St. Philadelphia, Pa. 
WYLLIE, Mrs. Frances W. (Decker) 147 W. Utica St. Buffalo, N. Y. 
(CLAPPER, Mrs. Beulah M. (Decker) 253 Northland Ave. as 
Decker, Jerry 2014 Green St. Philadelphia, Pa. 


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SEELY, 
SEELY, 
Morey, 
SEELY, 
GROVER, 
HEINLEY. 
SEELY, 
SEELY, 
SEELY, 
SEELY, 
SEELY, 
SEELY, 
GOODING, 
WILKINS, 
SEELY, 
SEELY, 
MOSHER, 
MOSHER, 
MOSHER, 
MOSHER, - 
MOSHER, 
WASHBURN, 
WASHBURN, 
BATEMAN, 
DRESSER, 
DRESSER, 
DRESSER, 
CarEy, 
DRESSER, 
Norris, 
Norris, 
Norris, 
Norris, 
PARSHALL, 
SEELY, 
SEELY, 
SEELy, 
SEELY, 
SEELy, 
SEELY, 
Hoke, 
Brooks, 
BECKWITH, 
BECKWITH, 
Brooks, 
SEELy, 
KENNeEpy, 
Russ, 
Simson, 
CLARK, 
CLark, 


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DIRECTOR Y—Section C—(Continued) 


Leroy 

James N. 

Mrs. Grace S. (Seely) 
George G. 

Mrs. Isabella I. (Seely) 
Mrs. Anna M. (Seely) 


50S W. Mill St. 
R. D. No. 5 

R. D. No. 1 

386 Jefferson Ave. 


Mrs. Myra M. (widow, segmeur, eeky} 


Fred 

Harry A. 

Seymour A. 

Warren F. 

Clifford D. 

Mrs. Ruth E. (Seely) 
Mrs. Marion C. (Seely) 
Curtis R. 

Miss Jeannette E. 
Mrs. Carrie M. (Seely) 
Miss Florence E. 
Nelson E. 

Charles F. 

Seely 3. 

Miss Grace T. 

Willard 8. 

Mrs. Mertie F. (Seely) 
Mrs. Flora (Norris) 
Harry A. 

George E. 

Mrs. Florence E. (Dresser) 
James L. 

John 

Charles 8. 

Sabert O. 

Albert (. 

Mrs. Tasse (Norris) 
Arthur Y. 

Mrs. Mary M. (widow of §. 
Miss Grace A. 

Charles A. 

Hart L. 

Miss E. Louise 

Mrs. Celia O. (Brooks) 
Byron FE. 

Mrs. Bessie B. (Brooks) 
Miss Mary C. 

Miss Susan W. 

Harlow M. 

Mrs. Dorothy (Seely) 
Mrs. Irene A. (Seely) 
Mrs. Mildred (Russ) 
Miss Irene M. 

Miss Eleanor 


S. Main St. 
120 Utica St. 
2137 Lakeview St. 


226 Kirk Ave. 


ec 


6 James St. 


Coverly Lane 


157 Minnesota Ave. 


72 Paulding Ave. 


R. D. No. 1 


ae 
se 


“e 


410 Utiea St. 
Alfred) 


262 W. Utica St. 


314 Elmwood Ave. 
63 Second St. 


sé 


625 Main Ave. 
14 Rugby Road 
ae 
515 Allen St. 
10 High St. 

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Ludlowville, N. Y. 


ae 


Ithaca, N. Y. 

ae 
Alpine, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
West Danby, N. Y. 
Spencer, N. Y. 
Miama, Arizona 
Elmira, N. Y. 
Ithaca, N. Y¥. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Milford, Mich. 
Newfane, N. Y. 
Milford, Mich. 
Spencer, N. Y. 
Syracuse, N. Y, 

oe 

ae 

ce 

oe 
Spencer, N. Y. 

oe 
Boonville, N. Y. 
Spencer, N. Y. 
Rydal, Pa. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Troy, N. ¥. 
Spencer, N. Y. 
Waverly, N. Y. 


ee 


Ithaca, N. Y. 
Spencer, N. Y. 

ae 

oe 
Waverly, N. Y. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Breesport, N. Y. 
Ithaca, N. Y. 
Ilion, N. Y. 

4a 
Breesport, N. Y. 
Passaic, N. J. 

oe 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

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Syracuse, N. Y. 
Ayres, Mass. 


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Section C Page 1 
| | | 
BirtH Pvace Fasury Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
i 
Newfield, N. Y. POLLY GEORGIA Oct. 24, 1810) July = 27, 1885 Parent 
Married | See Sec. O, Page 2 
SeyMorr A. SEELY “eb, =. 23 





1809 May 38, 


| 


| ? 


ry 
4 
=) 
bad | 











Children 
Newfield, N. Y. Ospep A. SEELY *(1M%) | ly 25, 1828 | March 2, 1918 Grandparents 
ae GiBert (5%) | July 15, 1839 Sept. 19, 1903) See See. O, Page 
“ Cuartes R, (6) { Dee. 29, 1832 /Oet. 24, 1868! ir hig EE 
| See Sec. O, Page 1, 
te ZADOCK (13) | April 8, 1836) Aug. 17, 1871 
SEYMOUR (1844) | Sept. 11, 1538) Mareh 6, 1923 
= Lypixn ANN (23) | July 7, iste | 
S. ALFRED (2613) “March 11, 1342 Jan. 27, a 
ee Mary M. (28) | July 5, 1844, April, 11, 1913; 
ss Davin N. (2912) | Jan. 7, S45) Dee. 7, 1905 
a SYLVESTER F. (3113) Dee. 27, 1s49) 
Page 1% 
Brix PLace Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
SU ee 


| | 


July 25, 1828; Mareh 2, 1918 





Newfield, N. Y¥. Osep A. SEELY Parent 


See Sec. C, Page 1 





Exsre J. Jessve Nov. 1, 1831 | March 10, 1900 





Children 
i Epwix L. See.y (2) | July 24, 1851) Feb. 5;; 1922 Grandparents 
2 | See Sec. C, Page 1 
: Froyp O. (3) | Dee. 5, 1857} Great-grandparents 
‘6 See Sec. O, Page 2? 
Cora A. (4%) | Oct. 18, 1865) May —-:12,:1922| 2nd Great-grandparents 
“ $ See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
GertTeube E. (5) | April 18, 1870 


pn Ne SS 
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BirtH Pace Famiry Names | Borx Diep ANCESTRY 


Ea 
| | 
| 
| 


—_—————— 


Newfield, N. Y. Epwis L, SEELY July 24, 1851' Feb. 5, 1922 Parent 























Married | See See. C, Page 1'> 
Danby, N.Y. Opessa R. MANNING | July 4, 1853 
i 
Children | 
= | 
Newfield, N. Y. JENNIE L. SEELY *(215) | July 26, 1879) | Grandparents 
| | See Sec. C, Page 11 
- Fiora M. May = 22, 1882 Great-grandparents 
: wall 2. See Sec. C, Page 1 
ae WILLIAM A. (245) | April 2, 1886 oe Racabaey Seren 
| See See. O, Page 2 
5 | 8rd Great-grandparents 
| | Sce Sec. O, Page 1%, 
| 
i 1 
Page 215 
| 
BrrtH PLace | Famiry Names | Born H Diep ANCESTRY 
Hi ! 
H ' 
| 
Newfield, N.Y. | JENNIE L. SEELY iJuly 26, 1879, Parent 
Married | | See Sec. C, Page / 
Lyndeville, N. Y. | JAMES L. SKELLENGER | san. 19, 1870 
| Children | 
Lockport, N. ¥. | Mitprep E, SKELLENGER {Jan. 14, 1908, | Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| dren below. 
Newfield, N. Y. — A. SEELY {April 2, 1886" Parent 
| Married | | See Sec. C, Page 2 
Sayre, Pa. | Mapex E. Cuapacax Jan. 8, 1885) 
| Children | 
| 


Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page ? 
_ Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 11, 
2nd Great-grandchildren 
See Sec. C, Page i 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 


Sayre, Pa. Guapys F, SEELY 








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| 


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B-rtH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 





Newfield, N. Y. FLoyp O, SEELY 


| Parent 
Married | 
| 


See See. C, Page 1% 





Hattie L. GILttet 

















Children | 
| 
Lett SeEty *(314) | Nov. 22, 1879, | Grandparents 
OLIN | Feb. 19, 1882! | See Sec. C, Paye 1'/> 
| | Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. C, Page 1 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2 
Second Marriage | 3rd Great-grandparents 
: ae to i See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 
Newfield, N.Y. Maccie Fow es March 5, 1864|/ Sept. 21, 191s 
| Children | 
| Evste M. SEELY (4)| Dee. 19, 1886. 
= BertHa L. (415)| Feb. 9 14, ™ 
Page 3% 
| 
BirtH PLace | Famiry Names | Born D:ep ANCESTRY 
| 
| | | i 
LULt SEELY oe 22, 1879 Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Page 3 


WILLIAM Bert 


Children 


Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 3 
Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. C, Page 11, 
| 2nd Great-grandpareuts 
| See Sec. C, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 4th Great-grandparents 


| Marion Burt 


CHARLES 


CLARIENCE 


See Sec. O, Page 1%, 





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Section C Page 4 
eee 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. ELsig M, SEELY Dee. 19, 1886) | Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 3 
IkvING DEAN 
Children 
Willow Creek WituiaM DEAN June 17, 1911 Grandparents 
See See. C, Page 3 
Jacksonville Moxty June 14, 1913 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 11 
Willow Creek Anna May Sept. 5, 1915} 2nd Great-grandparents 
: ps See See. C, Page 1 
Locke MARGARET Oct. 15, 1911 3rd Great-grandparents 
Brookton AILEENE Feb, 27, 1920 See Sec. O, Page 2 
; 4th Great-grandparents 
Danby Moses May 29, 1922 See Sec. O, Page 1//, 
Page 415 
BrtH PLAce | Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. | Berroa L. SEELY Feb. 14, eso Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 3 
Darwix Munson March 18, 1892 
Children 
None 
Cora A. SEELY Oct. 18, 1865) May 12, 1922 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 1, 
ARCHIE C, TEEPLE April 30, 1859) Dee. 1921 
Children 
None 


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Jesse B. JAMES 


Section C Page 5 
— a 
| 
B:rtH Pace Famity Names | Born H Diep ANCESTRY 
_—_ | 
Newfield, N. Y. | casererne E. SEELY April 18, ISTO) Parent 
| Married See Sec. C, Page 1% 
| 
! 











Children 
Industry, N. Y. PauL S. JAMES Oct. 30, 1905 | Grandparents 
| Sce Sec. C, Page 1% 
a Lois Etiza May = 22, 1911) Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. C, Page 1 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
| ! 3rd Great-grandchillren 
| | See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
ti 
Page 514 
l i 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names . Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| i 
Newfield, N. Y. GILBEKT SEELY July 15, 1830! Sept. 19, eal Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Page 1 
JULANA ALLEN May 26, 1823! April 30, 1863! 
Children 
Erin, N. Y. WILLIARD F. SEELY Dee. 9, 1855 | Oct. 2, 1864 Grandparents 


See Sec. C, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/2 


Second Marriage 
to 
NELLIE GREEN Nov. 24, 1900 


Children 
None 


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BOOK ONE 
Section C Page 6 
BirtH PLACE Famiry Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. CHARLES B. SEELY Dee 29, 1832] Oct. 24, 1864 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 1 
Enfield, N. ¥. PRISCILLA BEACH June 1, 1829/Sept. 11, 1912 
Children 
Newfield, N. Y. PHILENA SEELY Feb. 7, 1854 Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
. . *(614) a 56 ay 2, ss 
6 Orson B. (6%) | Jan 14, 1856] May 21, 13 Great:grandparenits 
“ Myron C. (943) | Jan 7, 1858 See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
Erie B. (11)|Dec. 1, 1860 Sept. 26, 1919] see See. 0, Page 1%/, 
“x Dora R. (12) | Jan 25, 1863] Aug. 28, 1890 
Page 6% 
BtH PLACE Famity Names | Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
| Sn ew 
Newfield, N. Y. | Orson B. SEELY |Jan. 14, 1856); May 21, 1922 Parent 
Married | | See Sec. C, Page 6 
s CARRIE WHITNEY March 25, 1866 
Children 
nf Usa D. SEELY (7)|May 21, 1884 Grandparents 
“ Wissipeen ©, (7%) | April 5, 1986 | See Sec. C, Page 6 
Great-grandparents 
ee LLEWELLYN M. (8)| Feb. 13, 1888 | See Sec. C, Page 1 
a LELAND C. (8%) |May 16, 1891 2nd Great-grandparents 
iz m s 9 1893 | See Sec. O, Page ? 
REEL, We (9)| June 13, 18 3rd Great-grandparents 
at FLoyp §. (8%)|June 11, 1896 See Sec. O, Page 11/, 
“ LoclseE S. (9)| June 11, 1896 
us LEsLiE W. May 28, 1900 
nt LENFIELD U. Dee. 24, — 
as Guiapys C. July 11, 1906 


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BOOK ONE 
Seetion C Page 7 
Birtn Pace Famity Names Borw | Diep | ANCESTRY 
i | 
Newfield, N. Y. Usa D. SEELY May 21, 18S4| Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Pave 6%, 
HERBERT WILLIAMS | Feb. 27, mee | 
Children | | 
Spencer, N. Y. Orson H. WILttams | Mareh 22, 1907! j Grandparents 
| | See Sec. C, Page 612 
Newfield, N. Y. BertHa L. Oct. 5, 1911! Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. C, Page 6 
se Haroip HEI. Feb. 27, 1914) 2nd Great-grandparents 
| ' ' ;} See Sec. C, Paye 1 
" | Byrox W. | Aug: 25, 1918 3rd_ Great-grandparents 
| ' See Sec. O, Page ? 
\ | 4th Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page It, 
i 
Page 715 
Birt Piace Famiry Names Born Diep } ANCESTRY 
| 
Newfield, N. Y. WINNIFRED C, SEELY April 5, ie Parent 
Married ‘ | See Sec. C, Page 642 
Van Etten, N. ¥Y. | Verne C. Marrton | May ry sss! 
| | 
Children | 
Ithaca, N. Y. Carrie C. Marrion July 12, ee Grandparents 
; | See See. C, Page 61/2 
* Cuvpe C. April 19, Om) Great-grandparents 
“ RUSSEL June 11, 1912) See See: C, Page © 
1 2nd Great-grandparents 
# MAURICE July 3, 1916 See Sec. C, Page 1 
2 . | 3rd Great-grandparents 
Erma L. Sept. 1, aes’ See Sec. O, Page 
oF Wanpba JEAN April 27, 1924. 4th Great-grandparents 
H See Sec. O, Paye 11/2 








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See Sec. C, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page # 
4th Great-grandparents 
Sce Sec. O, Page 1% 


Fioyp S. SeeLy 
Married 
Rochester, N.Y. Vioca M. Barrett 


June 11, 1896) 


Children 


BOOK ONE 
Section C Page 8 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. LLEWELLYN M. SEELY | Feb. 13, 1888 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 6 
Spencer, N. Y. Haze. MILLER Aug. 25, 1892 
Children 
ws Rusy L. SEELY Dee. 11, 1914 Grandparents 
: See Sec. C, Page of 
Newfield, N.Y. | Avery M. June 15, 1916] : cape Oi 
Great-grandparents 
See See. C, Page 6 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 
4th Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
| 
Page S!4 
BirtH PLACE Famiry Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
' # | 
| 
\ | 
Newfield, N. Y. LELAND C. SEELY May 16, 1891. | Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Page 6%, 
Spencer, N. Y. MayME FANNING Aug. 20, 1894; 
\ ' 
Children | | 
of AsHER R. SEELY June 29, a Grandparents 
2 ; See Sec. C, Pave 61/2 
I . r r = ‘i 25 > ’ . 
thaca, N. Y. VeLMA RUTH Oct. 25, 1918 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 6 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
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Section C Page 9 
BirtH Pace Famity Names | Born Diep | ; ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. Hazei 8. SEELY June 13, 1893) Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Page 61/2 
Van Etten EsrRL CORTRIGHT j 
Children 
Ithaca WILBER CORTRIGHT June 9, 1917 ares, 
: See Sec. C, Page 6, 
- Oo, i 2 
“ DorotHy Hazen July —:1,:1923 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 6 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
jSrd Great-grandparents 
Newfield Lovise S. SEELY June 11, 1896, | See Sec. O, Page 2? 
Married | ; 4th Great-grandparents 
WILLIAM NIEMI April 24, one See Sec. O, Page 11> 
Children | 
Anna LOUISE NIEMI March 11, 1923 | Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| ; dren above. 
Page 915 
BrtH Pace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield Myron (. SEELY Jan. 7, 1858 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 6 
- ANNa BELL April 16, 1860/Jan. 20, 1897 
Children 
7 Loat M. SEELY *(10)| July 14, 1878 Grandparents 
r See Sec. C, Page 6 
apeaees Evva Brut (10%) Ape 25, 1680 j Great-grandparents 
° See Sec. C, Page 1 
‘ PrIscILLa A. (10) | Oct. 21, 1883 Phe Seeoten! Seni 
See Sec. O, Page = 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
Lawrenceville, Pa. Second Marriage See Sec. O, Page i¥/2 
to 
May R. GoopsPEED March 1, 1870 


No children 





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BOOK ONE 
Section C Page 10 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. to M. SEELY July 14, 1878 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 9%, 
Henrietta JESSIE M. House 
Children 
None 
Spencer PRISCILLA A. SEELY Oct. 21, 1883 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 9'/, 
oT RaLPpH A. NICHOLS Dec. 14, 18S4 ‘ 
Children 
None 
Page 10% 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Spencer Eiva B. SEELY April 26, 1880 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 9'/, 
Van Etten GeorGE B. WASHBURN 
Children 
Spencer ANNA B. WASHBURN Aug. 10, 1904| March 10, 1919 Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 9/2 
Newfield ETHEL M. Sept. 11, 1909 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 6 
u8 MILDRED C. Dee. 18, 1910 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2? 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


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BOOK ONE 
Section C Page 11 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. Errie B. SEELY Dee. 1, 1860) Sept. 26, 1919 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 6 
Danby Wiser C. Duttoyx Dee. 13, 1853) June 6, 1922) 
Children | | 
Newfield Daisy M. Duttox *(1113) | March 2, 1882} Grandparents 
See See. C, P 6 
Romulus CHARLES A. (114%4)| July 10, 1sst oe eer ee 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page + 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
Page 1145 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Newfield Daisy M. Dutton | sar 2, 1882 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 1/ 
Kendia Mavrice M, CRANE July 16, 1882 
Children 
Lyons REGINALD W. CRANE Dec. 29, 1907} Aug. 13, 1910} Ancestry: Same as chil- 
Geneva Mavrice C. April 2, 1917 crea telow 
Romulus - CHARLES A. Dutrox July 10, 1884 Parent 
Married . See Sec. C, Page 11 
De Ruyter Rusy M. MuLEs Aug. 11, 1891 
Children ‘i 
Syracuse GwysactH R. Derros Dee. 14, 1914 Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 11 
ws CARLETON C. Dee. 6, 1917 


Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 6 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 


; See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
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BOOK ONE 
Section C Page 12 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. Dora R. SEELY Jan. 25, 1863! Aug. 28, 1880 Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Page 6 
Van Etten CHARLES KELSEY Nov. 2, 1860 Feb. = 17, 1219) 
\ 1 
| | 
Children | 
“ Evia C. KELSEY *(12%) | April 18, 1883! Grandparents 
| | See Sec. C, Page 6 
| | Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11, 
Page 1215 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
! | 
Van Etten Evia C, Kesey April 18, 1883 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 12 
Spencer Wiuiram P. Eaton Aug. 1884 
Children 
“ Dora Eatox Oct. 28, 1908 Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 12 
Danby GERTRUDE May 9, 1911 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 6 
Ithaca CARL Feb. 26, 1916 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
i . 9 9 
Lansing Epwarp F. May = 38,1080 3rd Great-grandparents 
. See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 


See Sec. O, Page 14 


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Section C Page 13 
ae )2O€U~C | 
BirtH Piace | PaRENTS Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
Newfield, N. Y. ZaDOCK SEELY April 8, 1836] Aug. 17, 1871 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 1 
sé SaraH A. SNyDER Sept. 14, 1837] May 31, 1862 
Children 
ae Mary IsaBELLE SEELY *(1314)| Oct. 14, 18538 | Grandparents 
, ‘is 3 See Sec. C, Page 1 
Aba ELIzaBETH (14); April 9, 1860 Great-grandparents 
« Wittarp Leroy (17) | Sept. 2, 1861 See Sec. O, Puue 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1 
; Page 13% 
| | 
BirntH PLace ParENTS | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| | 
Newfield Mary ISaBELLE SEELY Oct. 14, 18558: Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Page 13 





James H. NorTHUP Aug. 5, 1864 





Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 13 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Pane ll, 
per a Na ee ee eg 


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Children Grandparents 
Ithaca Gerace B. Nortuup (1314)} Oct. 20, 1883} See Sec. C, Page 13 
Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. C, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Pane 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Paue i1/, 
Grace B. Nortuup Oct. 20, — Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Paye 13%, 
j Wintrast S. MILKs Dee. 1, 1885 | 
Children Grandparents 
Ithaca James R. Minxs Oct. 30, 1913 | See Sec. C, Paye 13%, 


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BOOK ONE 
Section C Page 14 
| | 
Birt PLace PaRENTS Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
' 
| | 
Newfield, N.Y. ApA ELIzABETH SEELY April 9, 1860 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 13 
Elmira CHaUNCEY A. DECKER July T, 1853] July 27, 1889 
Children 
oe Mary E. DECKER *(1414) Sept. 14, 1876 Grandparents 
ea See Sec. C, Page 13 
Spencer NELLIE (15)|June 18, 1878 Great-grandparents 
“ Faxsie M. (15%) | Dee. 28, 1879 See Sec. C, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
Van Etten Frep RB. (16); Aug. 15, 1882 See Sec. O, Page 2 
; ; eres 3rd Great-grandparents 
West Danby GILBERT Feb. 5, 1886 See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 
ve FRANCES W. (16) | Feb. 22, 1888 
as JERRY (16%) | Sept. 27, 1890 | 
“ ions M. (16%) | April 28, 1396 | 
Page 144; 
| i 
BirtH PLACE | PARENTS Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
i 1 
| 
Elmira Mary E,. DECKER Sept. 14, 1876 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 1! 
Newfield DEwITT SINCEBAUGH Sept. 3, 1873 
Children 
West Danby Minnie E. StscepaceH (15) | Dee. 18, 1897 Grandparents 
. See Sec. C, Page 14 
“ MaBeL Noy. 10, 1901 Great-grandparents 
Newfield Rutu E. Aug. 21, 1903 See Sec. C, Page 13 
2nd Great-grandparents 
‘Spencer * AcNes R. Dee. 8, 1913 See Sec. C, Page 1 
| 13 5 , 
oe pied. a 3, 1915 rd Great-grandparents 


See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Puge 1", 


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| Married See Sec. C, Page 141, 


BOOK ONE 
Section C Page 15 
| | 
BirtH Pace PARENTS | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| | | ! 
West Danby, N. Y.! Misnie E, SINcEBAUGH | Dee. 18, 1897 | Parent 
{ 











JEULENA FREAR 14, 1900; 


| 


July 25, 1903 Aug. 6, 1920 


Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 14 


| 
Enfield Lesutic HINE 
Children | 
Spencer NELLIE DECKER ;June 18, 1878: | Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Page if 
West Danby Frep CRANCE March 29, 1860; Sept. 25, 1915 
Children 
“e MAUDE CRANCE i July 29, 107 apt 3, 1903] Aneestry: Same as cbil- 
ee Fay Mareh 4, 1899; dren below 
Page 1515 
} 
BirtH Pace PARENTS Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | | 
| 
Spencer Fannizé M. DECKER Dee. 28, 1879 | Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 14 
Elmira GeEorRGE FREAR 
Children 
ae 
! 
| 


WILLIAM 
Great-grandparents 


| See Sec. C, Page 13 
2nd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. C, Page 1 

| 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 

4th Great-grandparents 

| See Sec. O, Page 14/2 


‘A 
° 
4 
: 


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Section C Page 16 
| i 
BirntH Piace- | PARENTS | Born | Diep : ANCESTRY 
| | 
Van Etten, N. Y. | FRED B, DECKER Aug. 15, 1882 | Parent 
Married ! See Sec. C, Page 14 
Canada HELEN RICHARDSON April 22, 1887 
| 
No children | 
West Danby FRANCES W. DECKER Feb. 22, 1888. Parent 


Scotland 


Buffalo 


BirtH PLace 


West Danby, N.Y. 


West Danby 


Married 
WILLIAM WYLLIE 


See Sec. C, Page 14 





| Children 


| DoNALD R. WYLLIE 


} 
| 
| 
| Grandparents 

enue — ey See Sec. C, Page 14 

os ae Great-grandparents 

| See Sec. C, Page 13 

2nd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. C, Page 1 

3rd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Page 2 

4th Great-grandparents 

See Ses. O, Page 1, 





Page 1614 
| | | 
PARENTS 1 Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
i | 
Jerry DECKER | Sept. 27, 1890, . Parent 
Married i See Sec. C, Page 14 
GERTRUDE BANFIELD | 
Children | 
BEULAH M. DECKER April 28, 1896 Parent 
Married ‘ See Sec. C, Page 14 
Leo CLAPPER Dec. 24, 1890 
Children 


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BOOK ONE 
Section C Page 17 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Newfield, N. Y. Wi.tarp Leroy SeeELyY Sept. 2, 180 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 13 
a LivtiaN McKsNicut April 1, 1872 
Children 
se Grace S. SEELY *(1712) | July 5, 1888 Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 13 
Danby Georce G. * | Sept. 20, 1889) . 
Great-grandparents 
“ Izapet I. (18) | March 2s, on Pag ngeig _ 
Newfield Anna M. (1714) | Sept. 15, ey 2nd Great-grandparents 
Catherine James N. April 14, 1901 See Sec. O, Page 
Lansing Auwe L. March 11, 1907 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/2 
& Du Waine W. L. | Nov. 9, 1909 
Page lils 
| | 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
i 
Newfield Grace S. SEELY | suly 5, 1888 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 17 
Oxa Morey 
Children 
Newfield Aywa M. SEELY Sept. 15, 1896 Parent 
Married : See Sec. C, Page 17 
W. HEINLEY 1896 
Children 
. . Grandparents 
Lansing Harry C. HEINLEY April 2, 1916 


See Sec. C, Page 17 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 13 
- 2nd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. C, Page 1 

3rd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Page ? 

4th Great-grandparents 

‘ See Sec. O, Page 11/5 


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Section C Page 18 
BirTH PLace Famity Names | Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
} | ' 
Danby, N. Y. IsaBELL I. SEELY March 28, 1892 | Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 17 
Catherine CLEVELAND GROVER 
Children 
“ BEATRICE C. GROVER June 20, 1913 : Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 17 
Re HELEN A. Sept 6, 1914 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 13 
7 Norma L. Jan 5, 1915 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. C, Page 1 
‘é - oo RB 
pene fom. Cy SOD 3rd Great-grandparents 
: See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
‘ Page 1814 
BirtH PLace | Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
: | | 
Newfield Seymour SEELY ; Sept. 11, 1838 March 6, 1923 Parent 
; | Married | | See Sec. C, Page 1 
ei FRANCES STARR May 5, 1886 Aug = 17, 1903; 
Children 
Erin FRED SEELY *(19) | Feb. 9, 1865 — Grandparents 
i See Sec. C, Page 1 
“ CARRIE M. (21%) | Dee. 19, 1866) Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page ? 
- ~ ie ' 7 . 
Spencer SaraH NETTIE (22%) |Dee. 9, 1870; July 4, 1916 544 Great-grandparents 
2 = 7 | | See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
MeErTIE F. (22%); Dee. 17, 1879 
Second Marriage 
to | 
Myra MFapD March 25, 1860 | 


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BOOK ONE 
Section C Page 19 
BirtH Pace Famiry Names | Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
Erin, N. Y. Frep SEELY Feb. 9, 1865 | Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Page 13/3 
Spencer Mattie COWLES April 7, 1864 
Children 
Spencer Harry A. SEELY *(1913) | Dee. 4, 1886) Grandparents 
; See See. Page 181: 
“ SEyMorR A. (1914) } June 21, 1883) ite Bet ©, rd 1813 
| Great-grandparents 
aS WARREN F. (20) | Oct. 4, 1890} See Sec. C, Page 1 
sve | 2ud Great-grandparents 
“é he by ‘, o 4 Sq. 
Ciirrorp D. (201%); Dee. 31, 1S92) See Sec. O, Page ? 
“se Retu E. (2015) | Nov. 29, 1894. 3rd Great-grandparents 
i See Sec. O, Page i142 
és Marion ©. (21) | May 9, 1897; 
* ‘ican R. (21) }] Mareh 29, _— 
“ | Jexerre E. March 23, 1907. 
| i 
Page 191. 
| ; | | 
BirtH Pace Famity Names ! Born D:ep | ANCESTRY 
Spencer | Harry A. SEELY | Dee. 4, 1886 Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Page 19 
Lovie SMITH 
Children 
| 
Spencer Seymour A. SEELY ‘ons 21, 1883 Parent 
Married | See See. C, Page 1) 


Children 


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BOOK ONE 
Section C Page 20 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Spencer, N. Y. WarrREN F, SEELY Oct. 4, 1890 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 1) 


KATHERINE ALEXANDER 














Children | 
Ludiowville Gorpon F. SEELY April 29, 1915 | Grandparents 
Ithaea Kerr A, Dee. 9, 1916 es ee 
es JANE SYNTHE Feb. 25, 1924 See See. C, Page 181) 
2nd Great-grandparents 
H See Sec. C, Page 1 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See See. O, Page ? 
4th Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1% 
| 
Page 20's 
BirtH PLace | Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Spencer CLirForD D. SEELY | Dec. 31, 1892 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 19 
Lita DavENPoRT 
Children 
Detroit, Mich. | Kern W. SEELY Oct. 29, 1921) | Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren below 
Spencer, N. Y. RutH E. SEELY Nov. 29, 1894 Parent 
Married See See. C, Page 1 
O. E. Gcopinc 
Children { 
Milford, Mich. Estuer F. Gooptne May 3, 1919 Grandparents 
6 | . | x See Sec. C, Page 1) 
‘ieee s. Sept. 25, 1920 ' Great-grandparents 
=" Eity Ruta ; Feb. 24, 1923 | See Sec. C, Page 1/2 
j 


2nd Great-grandparents 

| See Sec. C, Page 1 

| 3rd Great-grandparents 

| See Sec. O, Pave ? 

| | | 4th Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page Il, 





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BirtH Pace | Famury Names } Born Diep ANCESTRY 





Married 


! ALFRED L. WILKINS 


} ' | 

Spencer, N. Y. » Marion C, SEELY May 9, 1897 Parent 
| See See. C, Page 19 
{ 


| 
\ 
Children ! i | 
Newfane Betty JANE WILKINS j July 26, 1921 | Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 19 
Mary ANN ; ' July 7, 1923 | Great-grandparents 
t | See See. C, Page 181, 


| 
| 
| i 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See See. C, Page 1 


| 
| 
| 
| 
| 


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See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 











| | | See Sec. O, Page 14> 
' 
Spencer Curtis R, SEELY | March 29, 1900 Parent 
{ . i H 
H Married | ; See See. C. Page 19 
Woodhull ! Cora A. Grist t } 
| : i i 
' Children | 1 
Milford, Mich, © JEAN Marie SEELY | March 25, 1924) ‘Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| | | dren above. 
Page 211; 
BirtH PLACE | Famity Names | Born | D-ep | ANCESTRY 
i 
Spencer, N. Y. | CARRIE M. SEELY {Dece. 19, 1866 Parent 
| Married See Sec. C, Page 18'/2 
Eldridge oo N. MosHER May 15, 1869 May 10, 1926 
| | 
} Children : 


| 


Syracuse | FLORENCE M. MOSHER ; March 30, 1896) Grandparents 
| See Sec. C, Page 18% 





} 1 
‘ ' si , H 
NELSON E. *(22) Feb. 2, 1898 Great-grandparents 
‘“< } | See Sec. C, Page 1 
CHARLES F. Feb. 12, 1899, 
| ; ‘2nd Great-grand parents 
. SEELY S. ‘July 10, 1901 See Sec. O, Page 2 


3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 14 


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Page 22 





| Born 


























BirtH PLACE Fasity Names | “<0 tit ts | tae ANCESTRY 
i | 
| 
syracuse, N.Y. NELson E. Mosuer | Feb. 2, 189s! | Parent 
Married | See See. C, Page 211, 
“ Grace MCLAUGHLIN ‘ws 18, 1895 | ' 
| ‘ 
Children | 
“ JOHN N. MOSHER April 26, 1921 Grandparents 
See See. C, Page 211, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 18¥, 
| 2nd Great- licienter 
| See Sec. C, Page 1 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
Page 221; 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
* | | | 
Spencer SARAH NETTIE SEELY Dee. 9, 1870; July +, 1916" Parent 
Married | | _ See Sec. C, Page 181 
Van Etten THOMAS C, WASHBURN | Nov. 4, 1861 July 12, 1922 
Children 
Spencer Grace T. WASHBURN Sept. 8, 1892 Grandparents 
a WILLARD S. ‘Dee. 11, 1899° | See Sec. C, Page 18 
| : j | Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. C, Page 1 
| | 2nd Great-gran|parents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 11/2 
Syeneer Mertie F, SEELY iDee. 17, 1879} Parent 
. Married i | See Sec. C, Page 181/, 
J. ARDIE BATEMAN Dee. 26, 1878 | ‘ 
Children | | 
Booneville Mary F. BateMAN ' July 23, 1907 | Ancestry: Same as above. 
ms MARGARET ; Nov. 29, 1908 | 
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: 
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Section C Page 23 
BirtH Pace | Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
! 
i { 
Newfield, N. Y,. Lyvla ANN SEELY | July 7, 1840) Parent 
Married | | | See See. C, Page 1 
Bloomingburg )Samuet D. Norris ! July 13, 1835 July 1, ail 
: \ 
‘ ! 
| Children ! | | 
Van Etten | Ficora Norris *(2312) Sept. 21, 1857 | | Grandparents 
” I as 1 | See See. C, Page 1 
OHN 2 m S61) 
= ro! No San ! Great-grandparents 
es SEYMOUR Jan. 7, 1864_ See Sec. O, Page 2 
ae 2nd Great-grandparents 
fs Ral. M: 5, 1867 Feb. 1369 | on 
ALPH fay 15, 1867) Feb | See Sce. 0, Page 1, 
Page 231% 
; | | ' 
BirtH PLace Famity Names } Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
} 
| 
Van Etten FLora Norris Sept. 21, 1857, Parent 
Married | | See Sec. C, Page 23 
a Jacos S. Dresser {March 18, 1852! 
Children | 
Grandparents 
Spencer Georce E. Dresser (2312)) May 18. 1885 


See Sec. C, Page +3 

Great-grandparents 

See Sec. C, Page 1 

2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 

3rd Great-grandparents 
.See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


| 


és Harry A. (24) | Sept. 17, 1886_ 


ss FLORENCE E. (2413)| June 13, 1889 





es James L. | Nov. 23, 1902 


Spencer. j GEORGE E. Dresser May 18, 1885 
Married 
GENEVIEVE Day 


ace 


Parent 
See Sec. C, Page 23%, 


ae 


Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 23'/, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 23 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2? 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page a ee) Sern (NN ka 


Medford, Mass. CorNeLivs S. DRESSER 
. Feb. 12, 1916 


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Section C Page 24 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | | | 
spencer, N. Y. | Harry A. DRESSER Sept. 17, 1886 \ Pareut 
Married | | See Sec. C, Page 2315 
Medford, Mass. MAakGARET VAN BENSCHOTEN | | 
! i 
| | 
Children | 
| | 
Phitadelphia, Pa. | James Van B, Dresser /Dec. 138, — | Grandparents 
| | See Sec. C, Page 231% 
\ Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. C, Page 23 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. C, Page i 
3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Paye 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
Sce Sec. O, Page 1% 
. 
Page 2415 
‘i : | 
BirtH PLACE | Fairy Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
Spencer, N. Y. FLORENCE E, DRESSER June 13, 1889 Parent 
Mar-ied See Sec. C, Page 2214 
Staniford, Ct. Harry W. Carey 
Children 
Troy, N. Y. HELEN B, Carey | April 16, 1910| Mareh 17, 1917 Grandparents 
| See Sec. C, Page 2312 
ug ANN | May 11, 1911 : Great-grandparents 
: See Sec. C, Page 23 
“ BootH April 11, 1916 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Pave 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page it, 


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Section C Page 25 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
Van Etten, N. Y. | JOHN Norkis Dec. 1, 1861} } Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Page 23 
Candor Maria E., MANNING wor, 8684, | 
Children | 
Van Etten Cuarces S, Norris = *(2512)| Oct. 19, 1884! Grandparents 
. - - | See Sec. C, Page 23 
'Tassea A. (26) | Aug. 5, 1886, Great-grandparents 
.| See Sec. C, Page 1 
aS SaBE R ot. : D7! 7 
aaeEE oe +8 OF 2nd Great-grandpurents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
Page 2514 
BirtH PLAce | Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
—— ee 
Van Etten CHARLES 8. Norris a 19, es Parent 
Married | ; See Sec. C, Page 25 
Newfield Jesse R. McDaNiets March 19, 1885 
Children 
“6 ALBERT C. NORRIS Sept. 23, 1905; Grandparents 
See Sec. C, P. 25 
CLaR " 2 j . C, Page 3 
ore mie sa saad Great-grandparents 
“ Grace E. Dee. 28, 1916] See See. C, Page 23 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 


Epwis G. March 2, 1919 See Sec. C, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Page 2 

4th Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Page 11/, 

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Section C Page 26 
BirtH PLACE | Famity Names Born | Diep | » ANCESTRY 
Van Etten, N. Y. | Tassea A. Norris Aug. 5, 1886 Parent 
| Married 1 See Sec. C, Page 25 
-| CLirrorp S. ParRsHaLt { Oct. 19, 1887 
Children 
Waverly Norris (. ParsuHal. Aug. 2, 1910 | Grandparents 
See Sec. C, P 25 
“ Joux W. Oct. 11, 1913 | RE Bea Me SE ee 
Great-grandparents 
ee HELEN L. Jan 13, 1914 See Sec. C, Page 23 
tz ANNA A, Jan. 27, 1917 | 2nd Great-grandparents 
| | See See. C, Page 1 
| | 3rd Great-grandparents 
| | | See Sec. O, Page + 
H | | 4th Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1% 
| | i 
, | 
| | | 
} Page 2613 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
{ | 
Newfield 5S. ALFRED SEELY March 11, 1842' Jan. 27, 1901 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 1 
EMELINE Larue oo 11, 1845) Sept. 14, ses 
Children | 
Erin Saran Lovesa SEELY April 10, si Dee. 21, 1867 Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
Second Marriage Great-grandparents 
ae See Sec. O, Page ? 
Mrs. Mary Hart Feb. 9, 1848 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 
Children 
Spencer Grace A. SEELY Jan. 5, 1832 
ee CHARLES A. *(27)| April 25, 1883 
eS Hart I. (274%) | Feb. 9, 1887 


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BOOK ONE 
Section C Page 27 
| } 
Birtn Pace | Famity Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Spencer, N. Y. CHARLES A. SEELY April 25, 1883! Parent 
Married | See Sec. C, Page 26%, 
ALMAH SIMMONS Feb. 2, 1Ss0! : 
Children 
Spencer Jcxior SEELY April 25, 1910 April 27,1910 Grandparents 
' | See Sec. C, Page 26%, 
se CHARLES A., JR. June 18,1913 Jan. 21, 1914° Great-grandparents 
7 4 il _| See Sec. C, Page 1 
BaBy June 3, 1917 June = 3, 1917 Ond Grent-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2 
i 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/2 
| 
| 
| | 
Page 27% 
Birth Prace Famity Names | Born | D:ep ANCESTRY 
‘ 
1 ' 
| 
Spencer Hart I. SEELY Feb. 9, 1887, Parent 
Married | \ See Sec. C, Page 26%, 
MarG—ceRITeE C. DaALMETSCH , March 16, 1890; 
| 
| | | 
Children | 
Waverly Hart I. Seety, Jr. | May 1, 1914 Grandparents 
| { See Sec. C, Page 261, 
fs Mary C. June = 4, 1916 | Great-grandparents 
ia — et | See Sec. C, Page 1 
paenean: &. Aye 2k, Eo | 2nd Great-grandparents 
{ { See Sec. O, Page ? 
| | | 3rd Great-grandparents 
. | | See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
| "| 
| 
| ! 


os ou 


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BOCK ONE 

















Married 
Harry M. DoMMETT 


Section C Page 28 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | | 
Newfield, N. Y. Mary M. SEELY i July 5, 1844 April 11, 1913; Parent 
Married | | Sce Sec. C, Page 1 
DANIEL C. BROOKS Dee. 21, 1836 Jan. 21, 1921, 
| 
Children | | 
Spencer CELIA O. Brooks *(2814) | July 6, 1865. | Grandparents 
: | . | . és See Sec. C, Page 1 
«6 EpitH M. (2842) | April 2, 1869. June 6, 1915 Great-grandparents 
6s Byrox E. (29) | Feb. 10, 1874 | See Sec. O, Page 2 
| | 2nd Great-grandparents 
ee Susan W. pa 24, 1877 | See Sec. O, Page 1%» 
“ ELIzaBeTa B. (29)! Aug. 25, si 
oe ADAH March 4, 1884) May 30, 1884) 
Page 2815 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Spencer CELIA O. BRooKs | July 6, 1865. Parent 
Married I See Sec. C, Page 28 
A. Rose.Le HOKE | Feb. 13, 1864 Oct. 27, 1921 
Children | 
Percy R. HOKE ,Jan. 21, 1898 Jan, 21, 1898; Grandparents 
| See See. C, Page 28 
| Great-grandparents 
: See Sec. C, Page 1 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2 
| | 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1'/2 
| | F 
Spencer EpDITH M. BrcoKs | April 2, 1869 June 6, 1915! Parent 
} 


Children 


None 


——————— 








March 11, 1866° 








| See Sec. C, Page 28 


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Section C Page 29 
Birth Pace Fasmy Names | - Bors | Dro | ANCESTRY 
! 
Speneer, N. Y. Bysox E. Brocks Feb. 10, 1874 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 23 
N. Lansing HELEN TowNLey Jan. 10, 1872 
Children 
FE. Orange, N. J. | Dante C. Brooks May 23, 1907) May 23, 1907 Grandparents 
se RoBert DANIet July 20, 1912) See Sec. C, Page 23 
| Great-grandparents 
j | See Sec. C, Page 1 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/2 
Speneer, N. Y. EvizanetH B. BreoKs Aug. 25, 1879 Parent 
Married j See Sec. C, Page 23 


Fraxx H. Beckwitu 





Chi-dren 
Mary E. BECKWITH July 12, 1905 oe Same as chii- 


dren above. 





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| 
BirtH Pace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
' Hy ! ! 
Newfield, N. ¥. 9, Davip N. Seety | Jan. 7, 1848. Dee. 7, 1905) Parent 
Married | | See Sec. C, Page 1 


Hillsdale, Mich. | Estetia McLiiKken Aug. 2, 1849; Nov. 11, 1893 | 





Children | 


Newfield, N. Y. Hartow M. Serty *(30) | Oct. 1, 1869 Grandparents 
1 See Sec. C, Page 1 
Van Etten IRENE A. (3013)| Dee. 29, 1871, Great-grandparents 


See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 


Sh MIssig J. (31)| Feb. 8, 1874) Aug. 39, 1903) 


as E. Lovtse Jan. 6, 1876 
Spencer ~ | Literan A. Aug. 28, 1881/ June 24, 1908 





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Section C Page 30 
BiretH Pace Famiy Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Newfield, N. Y. Hartow M. SEELY Oct. 1, 1869 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 29%, 
Bliss EmMa A. Haw Ley 
Children 
Buffalo Dororuy E. Seety *(3015) | March 25, 1894 Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 29% 
| Great-grandparents 
Second Marriage See Sec. C, Page 1 
‘e 2nd Great-grandparents 
Middleport INDEPENDANCE GREEN July 4, 1887 See Bet: 0, Page = 
; i 3rd Great-grandparents 
No children See Sec. 0, Page 1, 
Page 3014 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names | Born l Diep ANCESTRY 
| | | | 
Buffalo, N. ¥. | Dororuy E. SEELY Mareh 25, 1894 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 30 
REED KENNEDY | : 
Children 
None 
Van Etten IRENE A. SEELY Dee. 29, 1871 Parent 
Married See Sec. C, Page 29%, 
Jarep C. Russ March 24, 1868 
Children 
Stockton Mivprep Russ (31) | Feb. 15, 1896 Grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 291, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. C, Page 1 
2nd Great-graudparents 


See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 





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Section C Page 31 
Btu Piace | Famiy Names : Born i Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
Buffalo, N. Y. 'Mitprep Russ Feb. 15, 1896 Parent 
1 Married j | | See See. C, Page 304 
Tonawanada j JoHN A. W. Simson April 27, 1892 | 
Children | | 
Buffalo | JoHN A, W. Simson, Jr. Aug. 10, 1918 H Grandparents 
“ | THELMA I. July 5, 1920 | See Sec. C, Page 30% 
| Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. C, Page 29% 
| | 2nd Great-grandparents 
! bo, See Sec. C, Page 1 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2? 
4th Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 11/2 
Van Etten Mixwig J. SEELY Feb. 8, 1874 Aug. 20, 1903) Parent 
Married | ‘ | See Sec. C, Page 291/, 
Marion D. Clark 
{ 
Children 
Syracuse IRENE M. CLARK May 15, 1893. Ancestry: Same as chil- 
me ELEaNor L. Jan. 23, 1898 dren on page 30. 


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BrtH Pace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. ¥. SYLVESTER FRANK SEELY Dee. — 27, 1849} | Parent 
Married | | See Sec. C, Page 1 
Danby Etta Vas GELDER ia 11, 1858; March 27, 1918 | 
H i 
Children ; H | 
Spencer Gitpert T. SEELY | June 7, 1878 Sept. 2, 1878. Grandparents 
“ - | | See Sec. C, Page 1 
ARTHtR V. (31%) June 8, 1880 | Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 2 
i , 2nd Great-grandparents 
| i See Sec. O, Page 142 
Artur V. SEELY ‘June 8, 1880 ' 
Married i 
Lovisa E. Boustex /Mareh 4, 1877, 
| | i 
| 


Children 


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SECTION D—Book ONE. 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
Harmon S. ann MarTHA (GREEN) GEORGIA. 


#0 eee”, 
ox 
eloriooterieeionte 


Directory and Historical Account. 





HARMON &. GEORGIA 


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HARMON S. GEORGIA 


Harmon S. Georgia. son of Miles and Sally (North) Georgia, was born on 
a farm in the town of Newfield, New York, June 23rd, 1812. His boyhood 
days were spent mostly around Newfield and vicinity. He was married in 
his 20th vear, to Martha Green, December 15th, 1832. in the village of Ithaca, 
which was at that time, nothing more than a small fishing and trading hamlet. 
Here they began housekeeping. and the first of the family of. ten was born. 

He early took up bricklaying and general mason work and followed this 
trade for many years. During the winter months he made baskets for which 
he found a ready sale. He continued to live around Ithaea. until about 1550, 
when he moved his family near to what is now Nina or Stratton Station, on 
the Inlet road leading to Ithaca. This was the home of the family for about 
thirty years. and here the vounger children were born and raised. For several 
years, while living here, he was employed on the first buildings erected for 
the Cornell University, returning home Saturday nights to spend Sundays 
with his family. 

Early in life he united with the Baptist church at West Danby, and con- 
tinued in that faith until his death. He was always affiliated with the Repub- 
lican party in polities, and on many oceasions has driven long distances to 
east his ballot on election day. 

He continued to work at his trade until in his later years, he had the mis- 
fortune to get some plastering lime in one of his eyes. which robbed him of 
his sight. This was # sad misfortune for him, and being of a very ambitious 
nature was hard for him to endure. The last years of his life were spent 
among his children, and he passed away in his 75th year, at the home of one 
of his daughters. Inez Van De Berger. in Ludlowville. May 5th, 1877 He 
was buried in Ludlowville, until the death of his wife in Spencer. April 23rd, 
1896, at which time his remains were taken up and buried beside those of his 
wife, in Evergreen Cemetery, Spencer, where they now lie. 

He was a man of very quiet and unassuming nature and very slow to take 
offense. and was honored and respected by a large number of people. He was 
faithful in all his obligations. and always trusted by his employers and others 
with whom he had any business transactions. 

: By Bexsamin F. Baitey, Grandson 


DANIEL GEORGIA 


Daniel Georgia, son of Harmon S. and Martha Georgia, was killed in 
action in the war of the Rebellion, in August, 1861. An inquiry of the War 


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Department, at Washington, brought the reply that no reeord of his enlistment 
could be found in that department. and therefore no record of his death. How- 
ever it is believed that the records of the War Department, are deficient and 
in error, as it is known that he did join the army, soon after the war began, 
and his death was reported in a short time. 

Daniel was the oldest of the family and was born November 21st, 1833. 
He was married in the winter of 1859. The wedding took place in a church 
at Elmira, New York. His wife's first name was Flora. but her last name is 
not known. He is remembered as one with a cheerful and jevial disposition 
and well liked by all who knew him. He left no children. 


ROSWELL 8S. GEORGIA 

Roswell 8. Georgia. was the third child of Harmon S. and Martha (Green) 
Georgia, and was born in Ithaea, in 1839. He married Phoebe J. Smith, and 
they had five children. The oldest son, Charles A.. was born in Elmira. the 
second, William E.. in Newfield. When the third child was born, Mary Flora, 
they were again in Elmira. where they lived for many years. He was a car- 
penter and builder and followed that line of work for a long time. He was a 
very intelligent man and was honored and respected by a large circle of friends 
and by all who knew him. He died in January. 1914. at the age of 74 years. 

Several correspondents have written the compiler. and said they were sure 
that Roswell S. Georgia served in the war of the Rebellion, but could not give 
enough information to make it possible to obtain any data from the War De- 
partment at Washington. Inquiries of that part of the family nearest of kin 
to him, failed to bring any information relating to that part of his life. How- 
ever, it is believed that he did see active service in the civil war, and that later 
he fought in some of the Indian wars on the western plains. It is said that he 
belonged to the Cavalry Division or mounted troops, in both wars. 


ADA GEORGIA 


Ada Georgia, was born in the town of Newfield, New York, August 23rd, 
1858. She was next to the youngest of the ten children of Harmon S. and 
Martha (Green) Georgia. She obtained her education in district schools, and 
early in life she decided to fit herself for a teacher. Always a great reader 
and student she secured at the age of twenty, a teacher's certificate and began 
in the rural schools near Elmira. and later she taught in the graded schools 
of that city. About 1900 she left Elmira to do special work in Nature study, 
at Cornell University. She assisted ‘*Uncle’’ John Spencer. a well known in- 
structor in nature study. and held other positions connected with the university. 

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It was while here that she wrote the book. ‘*A Manual of Weeds.”* which has 
become a standard work and much used at the present time. She planned to 
publish another volume, but did not live to finish it. One of her friends at 
Cornell, Anna Comstock Botsford, has this to say of her in a veeent nmuber 
of the **Cornell Rural Leatlet™*: 


“Miss Georgia’s life. if fully told. would be a tale of struggle and 
mastery of what would have seemed, to a less dauntless spirit, utterly 
insuperable obstacles. Hlowever, there was a quality in her that found 
joy in mastering adverse circumstances. She was always a good soi- 
dier, and was always ready to march to the firing line. She always 
faced what was coming, and never turned her back on a hard situa- 
tion. That was the way she lLyed and that was the way she died: 
and her indomitable spirit. as well as her love of nature and of books. 
remains as a treasured legacy in the memory of all who knew her well."’ 


She never married, but devoted her life to the care of her parents, as long 
as they lived, and to others of her family whom she loved so well. Her death 
came suddenly January 7th, 1921. 


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The MILITARY records of GEORGE A., ROBERT L., and HARRY L. 
BOSTON, in the WORLD WAR 


Written by their mother, Lorena A. (Georgia-Boston) Cook, 
of Portland. Oregon 


GeorGe A. Boston, entered the service of the American Red Cross, at San 
Francisco, California, on the 12th day of May, 1918. 

Previous to entering the American Red Cross, he had repeatedly attempted 
to enlist, first with the British and Canadian armies and later the American 
army, being unsuccessful because of not having full use of his left hand, the 
effects of a fractured arm while young. His first reject was received from the 
British-Canadian Recruiting Service, in San Francisco, in the early part of 
1917. Again in January. 1918. he received a reject from the Medical Supply 
Depot, U. S. Army, San Francisco, and on February 6th, 1918, a final reject 
from the military authorities at Ottawa, Canada. 

Left San Francisco on the 14th day of May, 1918, for New York City, 
sailing for there for Liverpool, England, on May 26th. Left South Hampton, 

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England, for La Havre, France, early in June. From there was sent to Paris, 
where he was commissioned a First Lieutenant in the United States Army, 
the American Red Cross. overseas, being a part of the U.S. Army. Was then 
assigned to the Field Ilospital service with the First French. and Fourth 
British armies. serving from early in June until the first of October, 191s, 
near the lines of the allied armies in the region of Amiens, France. Was 
then ordered to report to the American area, to do Field Hospital service with 
the first American army. Was first placed in charge of the great medical 
warehouses at Vaubecourt. and ordered to bring order out of the confusion 
then existing. This finished. was assigned to the Field Hospital service, work- 
ing from a base near Verdun. Field Hospital service, in his case, meant the 
transporting of supplies from a medical warehouse to the various dressing 
stations, field hospitals. ambulance and evacuation hospitals. 

On December 2nd, 1918. was ordered to Trier. and Coblenz. Germany. 
for service with the Third American Hospital. Was edvanced to the rank of 
Captain and placed in charge of the Bureau of Hospital Administration of 
the American Red Cross of that area. 

In August, 1919, was ordered to report to Paris. for reassignment. being 
sent to Albina, Balkans. Arriving there was sent, first to Seutari, Albina. 
a city in the northern part of the country, as officer in charge of the A. R. C. 
post. In January of 1919. was ordered to proceed to Ragusa, Dalmatia, and 
Belgrade, Serbia. to pick up supplies and return with them to Tirana, Albina, 
and assume the post of Director of Supplies, for the A. R. C. Commission, to 
Albani. This post was held until July 5th, 1921. Over two years of gathering 
supplies in France, Spain, Italy, and transporting them to Albani, and trans- 
shipping them from base warehouses, situated in the port cities, by mule and 
horse pack traius, ox carts and the like. to the interior cities of this little 
known region. 

Was discharged from the service on the 22nd day of July. at Paris, 
France. sailing for the United States. at once, from Marseille, France, arriving 
at Providence, Rhode Island. on the second day of August, 1921. 

Medals received: one. Wounded: once, slightly by bandits in Northern 
Albania. 


ROBERT L. BOSTON, joined the American army at Angel Island, San 
Francisco, California, on the 12th day of December, 1917, leaving there on the 
19th of December for the training fields at Waco. Texas. Arriving there, was as- 
signed to the 3rd Squadron Aviation, section at camp MeArthur. Shortly 
thereafter he contracted Spinal Meningitis, which coused his death on the 18th 
day of January, 1918. 

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Private Robert L. Boston, was buried with full military honors on the 
30th day of January, 1918. in the National cemetery, Presido, San Francisco, 
California, where his body now rests with a thousand others. who gave their 
lives for their country. 


Harry L. Bostox, private, 29th Battalion, 102 Machine Brigade, Canadian 
Army. Enlisted with the Canadian Army at New Westminster, British Col- 
wmbia, in August, 1916, and was assigned to the 131st Battalion, Sailed from 
Halifax, Nova Scotia, on the 26th of September, 1916. aboard the S. 8. Coronia, 
arriving in Livorpool, England, October 3rd. Sailed from South Hampton, 
with the 131st Battalion. on October 10th, arriving in La Havre, France, on 
the 11th, 1916. 

Was there assigned to the 29th Battalion, 102nd Machine Brigade, and 
immediately went to the front lines. Served continuously until January, 1917, 
at which time he was vassed. being then on the River Somme. After a short 
time in the St. Pol hospital, was returned to the lines and assigned te his old 
outfit, the 29th Battalion. Saw continuous service until April 9th, 1917, when 
he was frightfully wounded while attacking at Vimy Ridge. Was first bay- 
onetted and shortly after received seven bullets in the face and arms from the 
explosion of a shell, known to the soldiers as a ** Whiz Bang.’* Was taken first 
to the St. Pol hospital, at Neville, St. Vast. then to the Casuality Clearing 
Station, at Aubighny, and from there sent to the 14th Field Hospital, at Wim- 
eraux. Remained there for 19 days, and was informed by the doctors that 

_he had no chance of recovering because of a bullet lodyed at the base of the 
brain. He fooled the doctors, however, and was sent to the King George 
Hospital, London. where an operation was performed and the bullet removed. 
Spent five months at this hospital, and was then sent to the 16th Canadian 
General hospital, at Kent. Was there five months, going then to the Canadian 
hospital at Liverpool, where six months were spent. Sailed for Canada the 
latter part of October, 1918, and was sent first to the Esquimalt hospital, and 
later to St. Joseph’s and the Rest Hospital, at Sidney, British Columbia. from 
which place he received his discharge on the 23rd of April. 1919. From the 
time of being wounded until his discharge, he was over two years in various 
hospitals, during which time 16 operations were performed, first to save his 
life and later to make it possible for him to open his mouth. In this the doc- 
tors were only partially successful. At the present time (1923) his lower jaws 
are of metal and fastened to the upper jaw with a silver wire. Ile also wears 
a silver plate under the left eye, this being necessary to cover a cavity left 
there by one of the seven bullets. 


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He distinguished himself in January, 1917. four months before the United 
States entered the war, by placing, while on a night raid, the American flag 
on a German trench. This was the first American flag to be placed on a Ger- 
man trench in the World War. 

Decorations received: three. Grade attained: Private. 


CHARLES 8S. GEORGIA 


Charles S. Georgia, son of Delphi II., and grandson of Harmon 8. Georgia, 
was born at Port Huron, Michigan, June 17th, 1868. He married Lena B. 
Aldrich. They had four children: Irene E.. Charles S8.. Jr., Delphi G., and 
Theodore R. The father, Charles S. Georgia, was six feet tall and the sons 
were even taller. Charles S.. Jr., the soldier who died in Franee, was six feet 
and one inch, Delphi G.. who also has been in the service, is six feet and three 
inches, and Theodore, the youngest, at 19 years of age, is two inches over six 
feet tall. 

Charles S., the father, was accidently killed in a street car accident in 
Colorado Springs, in 19067 Five years later the daughter died. The mother, 
Lena B. Georgia, lives in Denver, where she makes a home for the son, Theo- 
dore. 


CHARLES 8. GEORGIA, JR. 


Charles S. Georgia, Jr., son of Charles S. and Lena B. Georgia, of Denver, 
Colorado, enlisted in the service of his country at Fort Logan, Colorado, 
August 5th, 1918. He was sent to Waco, Texas, camp MeArthur Branch, 
and was assigned to Company I, Third B. N. Infantry, which was a Replace- 
ment Regiment of all men over six feet tall. Tle was transferred to Medical 
Unit, No. 41, on August 26th, 1918, and sailed for France September 14th, 
from camp Merritt, New Jersey. Nothing more was heard from him until 
November 22nd, when a telegram from Washington, notified his friends that 
he had died October 12th, from disease. at Base Hospital. No. 65, Kerhuon, 
near the city of Brest, France. His body was sent home, with another one, a 
eomrade, and these two were the first to reach Colorado from the creat war. 
They were given a military funeral and great honors. Their bodies were 
placed in the Rotunda of the Capitol building, in Denver, on the day of the 
funeral, July 24th, 1920, and laid in state from ten o‘clock in the forenoon 
until three in the afternoon, when the services took place in the Rotunda. 
These were the first two privates to be accorded such an honor in Colorado, 
The remains were escorted to their last resting place, in the Old Soldier’s 
Plot, River Side Cemetery, by many privates and officers of the army. together 

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with marines and sailors. The hearers were soldiers, sailors, and marines. 
A squad from Fort Bogan fired the salute over the graves. 
The family of Charles S. Georgia, Jr.. have many certificates of Honor, 
accorded him, four of which are given here. 
““Army of the United States of America: To all who shall see these Presents, 
Greeting. 
Charles S. Georgia, private, 41st Medical Replacement Units, 
died with honors in the service of his country, on the 12th 
day of October, 191s. 
Given at Washington, D. C.. oftice of the Adjutant General of the Army, 
this the 26th day of June. one thousand nine hundred and nineteen.”’ 
(Signed) James N. PEALE, 
Adjutant General. 


FROM PRESIDENT WILSON 
“Charles S. Georgia, private. Medical Replacement Troops, 
served with honor in the World War and died in the service 
of his Coufitry. 
Columbia gives to her son, the Alcolade of the new 
Chivalry of Humanity.”’ 
(Signed) Wooprow WILsoy. 


FROM THE GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF COLORADO 
“In profound appreciation of the loyalty and devotion to 
his country. and to the ideals of Liberty and Independence, 
which caused Charles S. Georgia to make the supreme sac- 
rifice for their preservation, in the great war just victoriously 
concluded, the State of Colorado offers to his family and 
friends this token of its svmpathy and enduring gratitude.” 

(Signed) James R. NEwLanp, C. HL. Saree, 

Seeretary of State. Governor. 
(Note. This certificate bears the stamp of the vreat Gold Seal of the State 
of Colorado, with ribbons of red. white, and blue. and gold star.) 


THIS ONE IS FROM FRANCE, AND IS WRITTEN IN FRENCH 
“To the memory of Charles S. Georgia, private Medical Re- 
placement Troops, of the United States of America, who died 
for Liberty during the great war, the homage of France.*’ 

(Signed) The President of the Republie, 


R. Pormncare. 
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The last resting place of Charles S. Georgia. Jr.. subject of the above 
sketch, is near the family plot in that beautiful cemetery of Denver, where. 
too, lies a loved sister and also the father of this young soldier. 


Lena B. Grorera. 
FREDERICK R. GEORGIA 
Frederick R. Georgia. now connected with the Chemistry Department of 
Cornell University. at Ithaca. New York, entered the service of the United 
States, for World War in 1917, and for a year and a half saw service with 
the forees in France. He was diseharged in March, 1919. The following is 
his record of service: 
Commissioned First Lieutenant Sanitary Corps, September 29th, 1917. 
Reported for duty with Mobile Laboratory, 41st Div.. November 10th, 1917. 
En route to France with above unit. November 26th. to December 10th, 1917. 
Aeting Division Sanitary Inspeetor of Water. First Depot Division, (41st 
Division) in addition to other duties. August 26th to December 
28th, 191s. 
Medical Detachment. 1651st Infantry. 41st Division. December 28th, 1913, 
to March 3rd. 1919. 
En route to United States with above unit. February 7th to 23rd, 1919. 
Discharged from service at Camp Upton, New York, March 5th, 1919. 





ROSWELL S. GEORGIA 


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DIRECTORY—Section D 
BOOK ONE 


Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of Harmon S. and 
MartHa (GREEN) GEorGIA. 


BalILEY, 
GEORGIA, 
MILLARD, 
BROTHERTON, 
MILLARD, 
MILLARD, 
MONAGLE, 
MoNAGLE, 
Davis, 
McCorp, 
Woopinc, 
MILLARD, 
KENNEDY, 
RHODES, 
CRUIKSHANK, 
SHAWE, 
SrTaFFORD, 
MuMMEy, 
PENNINGTON, 
HALL, 
HOAGLAND, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEorGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
Cook, 
Boston, 
BosTox, 
JENKINS, 
Jump, 
Vas Cleve, 
GUTHRIE, 
GUTHRIE, 

' GUTHRIE, 
GuTure, 


Mrs. Alma Saphronia (Georgia) 48 Rotary Ave. 
Joseph E. Box 64 

Mrs. Jennie F. (Rhodes) R. D. No. 27 

Mrs. Alice C, (Millard) “A 
William F. 712 N. Tioga St. 
Cleon W. we 

Mrs. Edith L. (Millard) R. D. 

Marshal F. = 

Mrs. Grace E. (Millard) 36 Queens Road 
Mrs. Dorothy (Millard) R. D. No. 3 
Mrs. Nettie (Millard) eh DS 
Henry 

Mrs. Ada (Rhodes) Ri-De No. 17 
Henry F. General Delivery 
Mrs. Bessie B. (Rhodes) 

Mrs. H, Frieda (Rhodes) Box 134 

Mrs. Margaret P. (Rhodes) 

Mrs. Mary M. (Rhodes) 1238 Oak St. 

Mrs. Helen R. (Rhodes) 102814 Loma Vista Drive 
Mrs. Mary F. (Georgia) 36 Sehubert St. 
Mrs. Mary Flora (Georgia) 1321 N. Shortel St. 
Daniel C. 1331 Pine St. 
Ralph 8. cs 

Mrs. Frances (widow of Charles A.) 

Fredrick R. Irquois Pl., Cayuga Hgts 
Harry D. 30 Washington St. 
Henry F. 30 Washington St. 
William R. “f 

Mrs. Lena (widow of Charles S.) 1223 Elati St. 
Delphi G, es 

Theodore R. “ 

Adam R, 3531 Ray St. 
Miss Alice R. es 

Miss Linnie M. 635 First Ave. 
Ells Guy se 

Mrs. Lorena A. (Georgia-Boston) 550 Couch St. 
George A. s 

Harry L. 1244 Sixth St. 
Mrs. Linnie B. (Georgia-Van Cleve) 635 First Ave. 
Mrs. Mary C. (Van Cleve) 238 Pine St. 
Edwin A. 635 First Ave. 
Mrs. Grace B. (Georgia) 

James 

Miss Esther 

Edward 


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Binghamton, N. Y. 
Snoqualmie Falls, Wash. 
Newfield, N. Y. 

Ithaca, N. Y. 


oe 

ae 
Rushville, N. Y. 

se 
Queens, N. Y. 
Ithaca, N. Y. 
West Danby, N. Y. 
Newfield, N. Y. 
Freeville, N. Y. 
San Diego, Calif. 
Areadia, Neb. 
Gardenersville, Nevada 
Goshen, Oregon 
Eugene, Oregon 
Long Beach, Calif. 
Binghamton, N. Y. 
Oklahoma, Okla. 
Seranton, Pa. 

ae 
Elmira; N., ¥. 
Ithaea, N. Y. 
Pontiae, Mich. 
Pontiac, Mich. 

ae 
Denver, Colo. 

oe 

ee 
San Diego, Calif. 

ae 


Boulder, Colo. 


ae 


Portland, Oregon 
e 

Berkeley, Calif. 

Boulder, Colo. 


ae 
ae 
Steamboat Springs, Colo. 
“ee 
ee 


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DIRECTOR Y—Section D—(Continued) 


MARTIN, Bradford N. 29 N. Division St. Auburn, N. Y. 
MARTIN, Henry T. 43 Augusta St. “6 

MARTIN, Walter F. at “se 

MartTIN, Joseph B. L. 6 es 
SUPERNAULT, Mrs. May Agnes (Martin) Box 2 Warners, N. Y. 
BowEN, Mrs. Rose T. (Georgia) Box 164 se 

BowEN, Miss Genevieve B. es £& 

BoweEN, Miss Elmira J. ae sie 

BoWEN, Robert J. 3 £8 

BowEs, Charles A. ns $s 

BAILEY, Benjamin F. 43 Rotary Ave. Binghamton, N. Y. 
BAILEY, Alfred G. 34 Sturdevant St. Johnson City, N. Y. 
GoRTON, — Mrs. Phoebe (Bailey) R. D. No. 24 Brookton, N. Y. 
Van BERGER, Delbert 103 Hall Ave. Syracuse, N. Y. 
Van BERGER, William aS eS 

SEELY, Meker, Jr. Ithaca, N. Y. 
SEELY, Donald #8 


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BOOK ONE 
Section D Page 1 
BirTH PLAce Famiry Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. ¥. | Harmon S. Grorera June 23, 1812] May 5, 1887| Parent 
Married See Sec. O, Page 2 
ee MarTHA GREEN June 8, 1816} April 23, 1896 
Children 
Ithaca DaxteL GEORGIA Nov. 21, 1833, Aug., 1861 Grandparents 
“ Lorena *(114)|June 4, 1835! See See. 0, Page 2 
“ RosweELt S. (614) | April 29, 1839] Jan. 22, 1914 Grent.grandgarents 
eo See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 
“ Deven H. (914) | March 25, 1841) Oet. 12, 1920 
“ ALPHECS W. (13)| July 4, 1843! April 13, 1909 
ee Hytan A. Oct. 9, 1845 
Newfield Atma S. (1544) | July 23, 1851, 
ae lgeeg ¥E. (1645) | Feb. 23, 1855) March 4, ISs7 
“ Apa E. Aug. 23, 1858! Jan. 7, 1921 
es JOSEPH E. (1614) | April 23, 1862 
i | 
Page 1% 
| | | 7 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
. | 
Ithaca LoreNa GEORGIA |June 4, 1835) Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 1 
FREDRICK RHODES April 4, June 23, 1872 
Children 
“ JENNIE F. RHODES (2) ) March 25, 1853) Grandparents 
| See Sec. D, Page 1 
“ Apa (44%) |] Oct. 20, 1855 Great-grandparents 
“ Henry F. (4)| April. 16, 1837 See See. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
: See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 
, ow 
\ 
| 





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BOOK ONE 
Section D Page 2 
SS SS SSS 
BirtH PLACE Fanity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Ithaca, N. Y. JENNIE F. RHODES March 25, 18538 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 1% 
lansing Epcar L, MILLARD Aug. 17, 1858 
Children | 
Ithaea ALICE C. MILLARD *(21,)| Feb. 16, 187s! Grandparents 
. Y > ou, S Beall See Sec. D, Page 1, 
Newfield Wituram F. (214) | Jan. 6, 1880) } 
és E I 3) Is 25. 18 i! } Great-grandparents 
ago Pr pSegt. SS Mat See Sec. D, Page 1 
“ Grace E. (3) | Aug. 3, 1883) | 2nd Great-grandparents 
Dorothy DoroTuy (314) | March 21, 1886 See Sec, O, Page 2 
1% NET (312) | May 23, 1889" 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 112 
“ Hexry E. Jan, 2, 1892! 
| | | 
Page 213 
| | 
BmtH PLACE Fammy Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Ithaca, N. Y. ALICE C. MILLARD Feb. - 16, 1878) Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 2? 


Ray D. BrorHertTon 


Children 


Danby . Dgra F. BROTHERTON Grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page ? 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 14/2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%/2 





& HERBERT D. 


Newfield Wintuiam F. Mibiarp Jan. 6, 1880; Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page ? 
Etma T. Gipss 


Chlidren 


Ithaca CLEON W. MILiarp June 4, 1905 Ancestry: Same as chil- 


dren above. 





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2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2? 
4th Great-grandparents 


Section D Page 3 
Birt PLAce Famity Names | Bern | Dep | ANCESTRY 
| | ! | 
Newfield, N. Y. FEvtrh L. MILLarp iSept. 25, 1ss1! | Parent 
Married | | See See. D, Page 2 
FraXk B. MONAGLE 
Children | . 
Rushville MAarsHaAL F. MONAGLE Ayril 24. 1905 | irandparents 
| See Sec. D, Page 2 
| Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. D, Page 1'/, 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page i 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2 
!4th Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
Newfield Grack E, MILLARD Aug. 3, -:1883 | | Parent 
Married | See Sec. D, Page 2 
Rcsert M. Davis 
Children | | 
Washington, D. C. | Ropert M. Davis, Jr. July 25, 1917 | | Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| dren above. 
Page 31% 
B:rtH PLACE Famity Names | Born | D.ep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield DorcotHy MILLARD March 21, 1886 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 2 
ANDREW McCorpb Aug. 22, 1886 
is Children | 
Newfield NETTIE MILLARD May 23, 1889; Parent ~ 
Married See Sec. D, Page 2 
Georce D. Wocpixc Nov. 15, 1885 
Children | Grandparents 
Lyons JEXN1E Wecpixc Nov. 9, 1911 os “on D, age ; 
. . ireat-grandparents 
Danby LELAND ses 14, 1916 See Sec. D, Page 1% 
West Danby May Oct. 8, 1919 


See Sec. O, Page 1% 





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Section D Page + 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born D:ep ANCESTRY 
| | 
Ithaca, N. Y. | Henry F. Ruopes /April 16, 1857 | Parent 
Married \ ' See Sec. D, Page I's 
Cora B. REEVES ‘Oct. 14, 1s60 | 
{ 
Children | | | 
Omaha, Neb. | BESSIE B. RHODES *(413) April 29, Isst Grandparents 
} a " | Se See L ? i 
| Beatrice D. (5) Jan. 26, 1883 April 26, 1921 ea Bet. Dy Page IY, 
{ i | 


Spring Grove 


ae 


| H. Prrepa 


| (5) July 





| Great-grandparents 
1856 | See Sec. D, Paye 1 











| Savoie BL (514) Nov. 13, 1889 2nd Great-grandparents 
fe : a = gona | See Sec. O, Page 2 
Mary M. (6) Ger, = Xr, 188 } / 3rd Great-grandparents 
+m Frep H. |Jan. 27, 1894. June 28, 1921) See Sec. O, Page 11, 
“ HELEN R. (6) Xov. 2, 1397 | 
| { | H 
Page 414 
BirtH PLAce | Famiry Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Ithaca | ADA RHOvES / Oct. 20, 1855) Parent 
| Married | See Sec. D, Page 1. 
M. J. KENNEDY ~ ‘Dee. 18, 1 April 11, 1918 
/ 1 
Children } | | 
BaBy KENNEDY ! Oet 31, 1881; Jan. 2, 1882, Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| dren above. 
Omaha, Neb. Bessie B, RHODES | April 29, 1881! Parent 
Married | See Sec. D, Page 4 
Valley Co. J. GRaxtT CRUIKSHANK Dee 24, 1880} | 
Children | | | 
Areadia THELMA F. CRUIKSHANK | Feb. 15, 1909 | | Grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 4£ 
“é Aa ’ 
somethin Sor %, ens Great-grandparents 
as HELEX M. March 19, 1920; See Sec. D, Page 1/2 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1'/ 





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BOOK ONE 
Section D Page 5 
= 
BirtH Pace | Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Omaha, Neb. Beatrice D, RHODES Jan. 26, 1885! April 9, 1921 Parent 
| Married | See Sec. D, Page 4 
Valley Co. Saxrorp W. BricgHtT March 17, 1879, 
Children | 
Bridgeport, N. Y. | Vernon S. Brigut Aug. 30, 1913} Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren below. 
Spring Grove, Neb. H. Friepa RHODES July 12, 1886 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 4 
Chieago, Tl. H. Bruce SHAWE Sept. 3, 1885 
Children | 
Cora LEE SHAWE June 13, 1921! 
| 
HAMILTON B. June 29, 1923! Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren below. 
Page 513 
| | 
BirtH PLace Famiry Names Born i Diep | ANCESTRY 
| i H 
Valley Co., Neb. [Saeeenee P. Ruopes Nov. 13, 1889 Parent 
: Married See Sec. D, Page 4 
Mohawk, Ore. Fioyp E, Starrorp Aug. 13, 1889 
Children 
Eugene, Ore. | GENEVA M. STAFFORD Aug. 15, 1914; Grandparents 
P j See Sec. D, Page 4 
: RoperT R. May 14, 1920 | Great-grandparents 
H See See. D, Page it 
as Ricuarp Henry Feb. 19, 1924! ge 1% 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/3 


a 


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BOOK ONE 
Section D : Page 6 
BirtH Pvace Famuty Names Born now | me] Na Diep | Ancesy ANCESTRY 
| 
Valley Co., Neb. | Mary M. Ruopes i Oct. 17, 1891. Parent 




















! 
} 
Married | | See Sec. D, Page 4 
Eugene, Ore. DaLE H. MUMMEY | Nov. 14, 1890, 
Children | 
Springfield Henrietta D. MuMMEY | May 14, 1916! Grandparents 
See Sec. D, Pave 4 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 11, 
2nd Great-gri iadpeliecibe 
See See. D, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
j See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 4th Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page it, 
Valley Co. HELEN R. RHODES j; Noy. 2, 1897) Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 4 
Eugene, Ore. ; CLAIR B, PENNINGTON Jan. 17, 1894) 
Children 
JacK RHODES PENNINGTON Dee. 19, 1923 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren above. 
| 
Page 613 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 





Ithaca, N. ¥. April 29, 1839| Jan. 22, 1914 Parent 


See Sec. D, Page 1 


ROSWELL S. GEORGIA 
Married 


| | 
| 





Warwick Q PHOEBE J. SMITH | Sept. 8, 1842! April 8, 1912 
Children | 
Eira. CHARLES A. GEORGIA *(7) | June 14, 1863 Dee. 30, 1917 Grandparents 
| ! See Sec. D, P 1 
Newfield Wiiuras E. (7%) | June 25, 1865 me en ag eee 
Great-grandparents 
Elmira Mary Fora (7%) | Oct. 9, 1868| Bee Heo. 0, Page 2 
ts DANIEL C. (8) | Oct. 9, 1868 s| 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. 1Y, 
“ Harry D. (9)| Feb. 11, 1879, a ROR Se Cae He 





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BOOK ONE 
Section D Page 7 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Elmira, N. Y. CHARLES A. GEORGIA June 14, 1863} Dee. 30, 1917 Parent 
Married | See Sec. D, Page 61/, 
Owego FRANCES STONE March 23, 1863 
Children 
Flmira Mary F. Grorcia Nov: 22) 1891 Aneestry: Same as chil- 
(adopted) dren on page 8. 
Mary F. GeorGia 
Married 
Binghamton Cottixs L. Hatt Jan. 23, 1886 
Children 
Elmira Cotuixs L. Hatt, Jr. Oct. 7, 1911 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
. = dren on page S812. 
ae Cuares G. July 18, 1915| July 15, 1915 
| 
Page 7! 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
Newfield Witiiam E. Georcta | Fate 25, 1865 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 6%, 
Avice C. COLEMAN Aug. 25, 1869 


No children 


Elmira Mary Frora GeorGia Oct. 9, 1868 Parent 
Married _| See Sec. D, Page 6%, 


Henry C. HoaGuanp 


Children 


Dec. 22, 1890} Aug. 1, 1891] Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren on page 3. 


Oneida Raymonp H. HoaGianp 


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Section D ; Page § 
| 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
Elmira, N. ¥. DANIEL C, GEORGIA Oct. 9, 1868 | Parent 
Married | See See. D, Page 64, 
ELIzaBETH J, STEWART | Feb. 18, 1870} 
Children 
RALPH S. GEORGIA *(8%4); Sept. 21, 1889 Grandparents 
: See Sec. D, Page 61/2 
FREDRICK R. (814) | Sept. 24, 1892 Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. D, Page 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page ? 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
{ 
Page 815 
BrrtH PLACE Fasety Names | Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
| 
RALPH S. GEORGIA Sept. 21, a Parent 
Married | See Sec. D, Page 8 


VERNA WHEELER | Dec. 8, = 





| 
! 
i 
Children | 
Seranton, Pa. Stuart W. Georata Jan. 13, 1916! Grandparents 
“ | See Sec. D, Page 8 
ee oe Aug. ie Great-grandparents 
| ! See Sec. D, Page 61, 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%/ 
Freprick R. GEeorGIA Sept. 24, 1592! | Parent 
Married | See Sec. D, Page 8 
Leuita HEALY March 18, 1891: 
. Children 
Ithaca, N.Y. NATHALIE ELIZABETH GEORGIA Dee. 12, 1923; Aneestry: Same as chil- 


| | | dren above. 
A gE a a Nt | Bi ar one rl 
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Section D Page 9 
| : | 
BirtH PLace | Fanity Names | Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
| | | | 
Elmira, N. Y. Harry D. Georuta Feb. 11, 1879) Parent 
Married { See Sec. D, Page 61/2 
MARGUERITE HUTCHINSON Feb. 27, 1882, 
Children | 
Kalamazoo, Mich, | Hexry F. Georgia May 14, slid Grandparents 
| See Sec. D, Page 6'/, 
‘a | Witttaat R. July ts aaa Great-grandparents 
| | | See See. D, Page 1 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2 
| | 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| | ‘ See Sec. O, Page 1% — 
| 
| 
Page 914 
| j | | 
BirtH Piace | Famiry Names | Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
| ! 
| ! | | 
{[thaca, N. Y. DecpHI H. Georcta | Maren 25, [s41; Oct. 12, 1920) Parent 
Married | See Sec. D, Page 1 
KATHERINE REINNERT | Jan. 9, 1848 | July 9, 1893} 
| 
Children 
Port Huron, Mich. | CHARLES S. GEORGIA *(10) | June 17, 1868 | March 38, 1906 Grandparents 
: See Sec. D, Page 1 
a Apam R. (10%) {Jan. 15, 1s70 Great-grandchildren 
2 we See Sec. O, Page 2 
os Lorena A. (11) | Sept. 15, 1875 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
ee LINNEE B. (12); Feb. 3, 1875) See Sec. O, Pagé 1%, 
Elbert, Colo. Grace B. (1214) | Oct. 138, 1879) 


Second Marriage 
to 
Mrs. Mary Haunt 
No children 





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Section D Page 10 
oe 
BirtH Pace Fanury Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
Port Huron, Mich.} CHARLES S, GEorGIA June 17, 1865; Mereh 3, 1906 Parent 
Married | See Sec. D, Page 9%, 
Willits, Towa Lexa B, ALpRICH Aug. 8, 1877 
Children 
Peyton, Colo. IrENE E. Greorcta Aug. 5, 1894) April 22, 1913| Grandparents 
. — | See Sec. D, Page 91/2 
os CHARLES 5., JR. Jan, 3, 1897! Oet. 12, 1918) Great-grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 1 
‘ - e , 96 ‘ . 
‘ DELPHI G. Feb. 10, 1899 2nd Great-grandparents 
Colo. Springs TneEopore R. April 20, 1902 See See. 0. Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 1%. 
| | 
| | | 
{ 
Page 1014 
} 
BirtH Pace | Famity Names 1 Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Port Huron, Mich.| ApAM R. GEORGIA Jan. 15, 1870 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 21/y 
Pleasant Hill, Mo.| May A. ATCHESON 
Children 
Elbert, Colo. ALICE R. Georcta Oct. 21, 1896 Grandparents 
eB i See Sec. D, Page 2'/y 
rt LINNIE M. Nov, 7, 189% Great-grandparents 
‘ See Sec. D, Page 1 
™ _— ‘ 514 
Kiowa ELLIS Guy March 25, 1901 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 





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Section D Page 11 
BirtH PLace Famiry Names | Born | Diep ‘ | ANCESTRY 
' 
Port Huron, Mich,! Lorena A. GrorGta |Sept. 15, 1873 Parent 
| Married See Sec. D, Page 9¥z 
Clinten, Tex. | James A. Boston ‘Jan. 14, 1865! Dee. 25, 1913 
Children | 
Mounment, Colo. | GrEorGE A. Boston 1Feb. 12, 1893 Grandparents 
R aeaix ok | _| See Sec. D, Page 9%, 
Elbert ‘ OBERT L. (1142); Oct. 14, 1894 ae 1s, 1918 Great-grandparents 
“ Harry L. (11%) | April = 7, 1896 See Sec. D, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 





See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 


| 
Second Marriage See See. O, Page 14, 





to 
Kixnc M. Coox ;March 1, 1877 
No children | 
Page 111, 
| 
BirtH Pace | Famiry Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Elbert, Colo. Rosert L. Boston = 14, 1894 | Jan. 18, 1918 Parent 
Married | See Sec. D, Page 11 
Arkansas IMOGENE DELANEY | 
iy 
No children 
Elbert, Colo. ' Harry L. Boston April 7, 1896) Parent 
' Married _ See Sec. D, Page 11 


Scotland ANNIE J. PRIESTLEY 


{ 
Children 


nS: | Sey a ee a ee rT | Ae ae NY | | Se eee Se ey ee ee eee 
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Section D Page 12 
BirtH Pace Fasity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Elbert, Colo. LinniE B. GEorGIA Feb. 3, 1875 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 9% 
Parkersburg, Ind, | ARTHUR C. VAN CLEAVE Nov. 22, 1876] Sept. 17, 1906 
Children 
Elbert, Colo. Mary C. Van CLEAVE *(1214);} Dee. 24, 1898 Grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 91, 
La Junta Epwin A. May 29, 1900 Great-grandparents 


See Sec. D, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page 11, 


to 


| 
| 
Second Marriage 
Myron N. JENKINS 


Page 1214 














BirtH PLACE | Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
Elbert, Colo. Mary C. VAN CLEAVE Dee. 24, 1898) Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 12 
GEORGE JUMP e -3 
Children 
| 
Elbert, Colo. GRACE B,. GEORGIA Oct. 13, 1879! Parent 
Married | See Sec. D, Page 9% 
lowa FREDRICK GUTHRIE May 10, 1872 
Children 
Elbert, Colo. James D. GUTHRIE Dee. 22, 1898 Grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 91/2 
ESTHER July 11, 1900 Great-grandparents 
; . See Sec. D, Page 1 
. Epwarp P. Sept. 25, 1904 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 





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Section D Page 15 
| | | 
BirtH Pace | Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| | | 
Ithaca, N. Y. | ALPHEUsS W. Georora July 4, 1843) April 13, 1909 Parent 
Married See See. D, Page 1 
Jordan Lircy ANN BAKER 1859) July 24, 1Ss4 
Children 
Jordan Emma B. GeorGia *(1312) Sept. 1, 1871} Dee. 9, 1921 Grandparents 
bec... D;, ¥F: 
« Rose T. (15) | May 28, 1878} PG" CAE: Sly CHGS 
Great-grandparents 
se JESSIE Died in infancy See Sec. O, Page 2 
bi — | Died at birth 2nd Great-grandparents 
: | See Sec. O, Page 1% 
| ' 
Page 1344 
B-rtH PLace | Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Jordan, N. Y. Ema B. GEorGia Sept. 1, 1871) Dee. 9, 1921 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 13 
THcMAS MARTIN March 17, 1865 
Children 
Michanville, N. Y.] Braprorp Martin (14) | Feb. 2, 1891 Grandparents 
See Sec. if 
Willow Glen Hexry T. (1414;| May 8, 1992 on wees By Page Le 
; Great-grandparents 
£E WALTER F. Oct. 31, 1893 See Sec. D, Page 1 
N. Bridgewater | Mary AGNES (14%); July 5, 1896 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
ee Borpen L. (14%)| May = 18, 1898 3rd Great-grandparents 
ee Myrrie I. Jan. 7, 1901|Jan. 7, 1901] See Sec. O, Page 1% 


Second Marriage 
to 
FreD ARMSTRONG 


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BOOK ONE 
Section D Page 14 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Michanville, N. Y.|] Braprorp N. Martin Feb. 2; 1891 | | Parent 
Married 1 See Sec. D, Page 13%, 
Axs — 
Children | | 
CHARLES MARTIN | Grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 134, 
BEATRICE 
Great-grandparents 
tienes See Sec. D, Page 13 
_* 2nd Great-grandparents 
ELIzBETH | See Sec. D, Page 1 
Myrtle 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
ROBERT } 4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%. 
Page 141; 
——————OOoFleO"*"SeaOeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesSsae—ewosS0.——oa——oooqwamo>woaaaasSsSs io 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
ae ee ee ee ee 
Willow Glen, N. Y.| Henry T. Martin May 8, 1892 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 13%, 
KATHERINE 
Children 
N. Bridgewater Mary AGNES MARTIN July 5, 1896 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 13%, 
Malone Hexry SUPERNALT 1894 
Children 
N. Bridgewater Borves L. Martin May 18, 1898 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 13t/ 
MaMIE : 
Children 
MILpRED Martin Ancestry: Same as chil- 
MARGARET dren above. 
James H. 


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Section D Page 15 
: | | 
BirtH PLACE Fanity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Jordan, N. Y. Rose T. GEorGra May = 28, cual | Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 13 
New Centerville FRANK T. BOWEN March 28, 1874 
Children 
Warners GENEVIEVE B. BowEN March 12, 1892 Grandparents 
“ Evaura J. (Below) | Aug. 15, 1903! See Sec. D, Page 13 
“ Rosert J. July 18, 1905] . apa ge 
: “if See Sec. age 
- CHARLES A aiereh, B, 10N8 2nd Great-grnahuranes 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1! 
Evia J. BowEN ge 
Married 
EpWakp ACRE 
Children 
Syracuse VaRONICA R. ACRE July 20, 1923 
Page 1514 
BirTH - PLACE Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
ALMA SAPHRONIA GEORGIA July 23, we Parent 
Married | | See Sec. D, Page 1 
Spencer, N. Y. OLIVER BAILEY Oct. 30, 1842 - 6, 1915 
Children | 
Spencer BENJAMIN F. Barley *(15%4); Dee. 21, 1881, Grandparents 
“ ALFRED G. (16) | April 11, 1883, See Sec. D, Page 1 
“ PHOEBE (16)| Jan. 3, 1885) ee ee 
: - e ‘ = e ec. O, Page = 
is nee een —s ay SS Sy Aen 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
BexsaMin F. Batley Dee. 21, 1881! 
Married | 
Candor Mary E. Lovesoy March 26, 1882 
Children | 





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Section D Page 16 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Spencer, N. ¥. | Aurrep G. BatLey April 11, 1883 | Parent 
| Married See Sec. D, Page 15%, 
-Candor VroLa VAN NORTON Mareh 19, 1886 
Children 
Candor RAYMOND E. BalILey April 30, 1916 Grandparents 
See See. D, Page 13%/ 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. D, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
| See See. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Spencer PHOEBE BAILEY Jan. 31, 1885 Parent 
Married | See Sec. D, Page 15%, 
Caroline WILLIAM GoRTON | Dee. 23, 1882 
| 
Page 161, 
BirtH PLACE | Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. JOSEPH E. GEORGIA April 23, 1862 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 1 
Vesta D. NELSON Feb. 10, 1922 
Newfield, N. Y. INEZ GEORGIA Feb. 23, 1855) March 4, 1387 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 1 
DELBERT VAN BERGER Oct. 26, 1853 
Children 
Ludlowville Wituram VAN Bercer = *(17) | Oct. 12, 1856 Grandparents 
“ ‘| BerrHa (17%) | Feb. 1883] March 14, 1917| ‘See Sec. D, Page 1 


Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 





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Section D Page 17 
BirtH P Lace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| t j 
| ! | 
Ludiowville, N. ¥. | Witttaa’ Vax Bercer Oct. 12, 1880_ Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 16%, 
Grace SEELY 
Children | 
Page 17% 
BirtH PLAce Famity Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
Ludlowville, N. Y. | BErtHA Van BERGER Feb. 3, 1883} March 14, 1917 Parent 
Married See Sec. D, Page 161, 
Townsville MEEKER SEELY March 28, 1887 
Children 
Ludlowville MEEKER SEELY, JR. Dec. , 1906 Grandpurents 
See Sec. D, Page 161, 
Ithaca DonaLp Jan. 17, 1908 Great-grandparents 


See Sec. D, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


i 


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SECTION E—RBoox ONE. 


sesse: 
tertat 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
. of 
Mites Jr. aNp Eviz, (GREEN) GEORGIA. 


#8 seats Saat 
teats tants 
ett teat othe 


Directory and Historical Account. 





MILES GEORGIA, JR. 


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MILES GEORGIA, JR. . 


Miles Georgia, Jr.. was born in Newfield, in 1514, and died in 1877. THe 
was the fifth child of Miles and Sally North Georgia. On March 12th, 1543, 
he married Eliza Green. Theirs was a ease of love at first sight and con- 
sequently a short courtship. They began housekeeping in a short time. The 
place they selected for a home was in a beautiful little valley in the south- 
west part of the town of Danby, New York. This valley was, at that time, 
a dense woodland. The grandsons of this couple have heard them relate of 
how bear and other wild animals of the forest used to trouble them in the early 
days of their married life. A log house. so common in those days, was their 
first dwelling. Miles began at once to eut away the timber. and the cleared 
land became the farm on which they lived the remainder of their lives. They 
loved the place they had selected for a home, and no effort was spared to make 
it as comfortable as their means would allow . New buildings were put up 
and they settled down to a quiet and peaceful life. Miles and his wife often 
visited their many friends, especially in the winter season, and they were 
heartily weleomed wherever they went. 

Eliza lived thirty years after the death of Miles, and died August 3rd, 
1907, aged eighty-six years. Only one child was born to them, this was Juliette, 
who came the first year of their marriage. She married Seth Dorn, May 22nd, 
1861. They had four children, three boys and one girl. Two of them, Eugene 
and Augustus, lived to manhood, the other two died young. Juliette, the 
mother of these, died July 31st, 1869, aged twenty-six. When Eugene Dorn 
was 25 years old, he married Etta L. Armstrong. They had one daughter, 
Ida May, who in time married and after a few years died, leaving no children. 
Augustus is not married. He lives on his father’s old farm, and also owns 
the farm his grandfather, Miles Georgia, Jr., cleared and lived on so long. 
All of this family are now gone, except the two grandsons just mentioned, 
and it is quite likely, that with the passing of these two men, this line of the 
Georgia family will become extinct. 


DIRECTOR Y~—Section E 


BOOK ONE 
Dorn, ” Eugene R. D. No. 4 (Danby) Ithaea, N. ¥. 
Dorn, Augustus R. D. No. 25 West Danby, N. Y. 


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BOOK ONE > 
Section E Page 1 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y¥. Mites Georcia, JR. Dee. 25, a July $, 1807 Parent 
Married See Sec. O, Page 2 
Danby EvizA GREEN Jan, 6, 1821} Aug. 30, 1907 
Children 
Danby JULIETT GEORGIA *(1%) | Dee. 23, 1843] July 31, 1869 Grandparents 
See Sec. O, Paye 2 
Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page 1, 
Page 1% 
BirtH PLAce Famity Names | Born | D:D | ANCESTRY 
i} 
Danby JULIETT GEORGIA Dee. 23, 1843| July 31, 1869 Parent 
Married See Sec. E, Page 1 
vn SetH Dorn Oct. 16, 1835] Mareh 29, 1910 
Children 
Danby EUGENE Dorn (2)| July 1, 1862 i Grandparents 
See Sec. E, Page 1 
“ce * oO 
ELMER Oct. 3, 1863) Oct. 18, 1863 Great-grandparents 
te AucusTUS June 13, 1865 See Sec..O, Page 2 
; 2nd Great-grandparents 
t ; ~ - 
Mines A. March 11, 1868) June 19, 1885] see Sec. O, Page 11, 


OO 


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Section E Page 2 
BirtH PLace Famuty Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Danby, NX. Y. EUGENE Dorn | July 11, 1862, Parent 
Married | Sce Sec. E, Page 14 
“ Erra L. ARMSTRONG | Jan. 25, 1867) Sept. 23, 1895 
Children | 
ee Ipa May Dorn *(21,) | Nov. 30, 188; | dan, 3, 1918 Grandparents 
See Sec. E, Page 1%, 
- ‘ : Great-grandparents 
ali Marriage See Sec. E, Page 1 
tt) 3 , 
2nd Great-grandpurents 
Anna L. Osporx April 8, 5, 1913 i igi A 


See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page 1% 


No children 


Third Marriage 


se 
“ 
w 
S 
= 
wy 
x 
5 


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to | 

FuoreNce H. YounG | Nov. 25, 1861 
No children | 
| | 

Page 2Y, 

a 

BirntH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
j i 
| 
Danby [pa May Dorn Nov. 30, 1887)| Jan. 3, 1918! Parent 
Married 


See Sec. E, Page 2 


| 
WaLtTer J. BLACK Oct. 15, 1887, 


Children 


BaBy BLACK Died at Birth Grandparents 


See Sec. E, Page 2 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. E, Page 1'/, 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. E, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 


i | 


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SECTION F—Book One. 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
ALMA GeorGIA-Foster-ITortTon. 


Directory and Historical Account. 


139 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


ALMA GEORGIA-FOSTER-HORTON 


Alma Georgia was the sixth child of Miles and Sally (North) Georgia, 
and was born in the town of Newfield. New York. November 14th, 1816. At 
the time her mother died she was nearly 17 years of age. There were at this 
time, besides herself, eight children at home. Some otf her brothers found 
homes with other families within a short time. Tlowever her duties must have 
been quite exacting and burdensome, for a youny girl, as the youngest child 
of the family was less than three months old, when the mother was ealled to 
leave them. A year later the father married again. When Alma was about 
20 years old, she married Philander Foster, a farmer of Danby. They had 
one son, named Eli. 

Second, she married Milkie Horton, and they, too, had one son, Tra Judson 
Horton. They lived in the town of Waverly, not far from Waverly village. 
She died in 1590, and is probably buried in one of the cemeteries near her 
home. 

Eli Foster married Susan M. Chapman, and they had six children, two 
of whom died young, seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. 
These nearly all live in Waverly, and the nearby village of Sayre, Pennsylvania. 

The Horton family is not quite so large. Ira Judson married Elizabeth 
Newport, and had 11 children. two dying in infancy, and 5 grandchildren. 
These all live in Butfalo, New York. 

Thus it will be noted that Alma’s descendants now (1923) consist of 
two children, (one dead) 17 grandchildren, (four dead) 12 vreat-grand, and 
8 great-great-grandchildren. 


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DIRECTOR Y—Section F 


BOOK ONE 


Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924 living adult descendants of ALMA Georcia-Foster- 


Horton. 


Foster, 
Foster, 
HARTMAN, 
JONES, 
Foster, 
Goss, 

Van Horn, 
DEVAN, 
REDMAN, 
Van Horn, 
Foster, 
Horton, 
Howaep, 
Horton, 
Horton, 
HorTon, 
FLalG, 
NOLAN, 
DaRNALL, 
Horton, 
Hoop, 


Shayler 8. 

Miss Melinda 8, 

Mrs. Eftie B. ( Foster) 
Mrs. Frances (. (Foster) 
Ely C. 

Mrs. Myrtie J. (Foster) 
Mrs. Lena Ina (Foster) 
Mrs. Mabel (Van Horn) 
Mrs. Ida (Van Horn) 
Harry 

Arthur E. 

Ira Judson 

Mrs. Elma (Horton) 
John N. 

Lewys 

Harry 

Mrs. Mary A. (Horton) 
Mrs. Viola (Horton) 
Mrs. Ruth (Horton) 
Vernard 

Mrs. Gertrude (Horton) 


32 Pine St. 
193 Center St. 


257 Spring St. 


98 Geary St. 
26 Hayden St. 
58 Buffum St. 
32 Willink Ave. 


1947 Seneca St. 

97 Wildwood St. 
1798 Seneca St. 

1942 Seneca St. 
98 Geary St. 


141 


Waverly, N. Y. 

ae 
Sheffield, Pa. 
Waverly, N.Y. 

ae 
Albany, N. Y. 
Sayre, Pa. 

oe 

se 

ae 
Waverly, N. Y. 
Ruffalo, N. Y. 

ace 

ae 

ae 


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BOOK ONE 
Section F Page 1 
B:rtH PLace Famiry Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
| | | | 
Newfield, N. Y. ALMA GEORGIA Nov. 14, 1816, July 25, 1390 | Parent 
Married H | | See Sec. O, Page 2 
PHILANDER FOSTER March 10, eh Oct. 16, 1853. 
H 
Children H 
Danby ELr Foster *(145) | Oct. 27, 1838] Oct. 23, 1903! Grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page ? 
Great-grandparents 
See aie | 
— Marriage See Sec. 0, Page 1%, 
0 
Sexie, N. Y. Mitxte Horton 
Chitdren | 
Waverly Ira Jupsox Horton (444); Dee. 24, 1855 
| 
| | | 
Page 114 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names | Born | D:ep ANCESTRY 
Danby Ext FOSTER Oct. 27, 1838} Oct. 23, 1903 Parent 
Married See Sec. F, Page 1 
Waverly Susan M. SHIPMAN March 25, 1840 
Children 
Barton OrvILLA A. FOSTER Sept. 13, 1859} Oct. 28, 1875 Grandparents 
Waverly Auma M. July 9, 1861| July 13, 1361] See See. F, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
Barton Suayvor S. (2)] Oct. 18, 1862 See Sec. O, Page 2 
a ME tinpa 8. Oct. 23, 1865 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page if 
“ Lena Ina (3%)| Jan. 15, 1870 a EUS 8 
Waverly Arruue E, . Aug. 14, 1889 


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RPE ae ee eee ae —_ = i 
BirtH Pace Famity NAMeEs | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Barton, N. Y- SuayLor 8S. Fosrer Oct. 1s, = | Parent 
Married { | See See. F, Page 1 
Leblion Sytvia J. CHURCH Sept. 11, 1865) | 
Children | 
Waverly FRANCES C. FOSTER *(215)| Feb. 21, 1837 | Grandparents 
“ EFFie B. (244) |] Sept. 26, 1888 See See. F, Page 1% 
7 | Great-grandparents 
ae ELy C. (3) |} Oct. 13, 189u See Sec. F, Pave 1 
‘“ Myrtie J. F (3) | April 18, 1892 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Page 214 
BirtH PLAce | Famiry Names | Born | | ANCESTRY 
| 
Waverly | Frances C. Foster Feb, 21, 1887 Parent 
Married See Sec. F, Page ? 
6 HERBERT JONES July 27, 1887 
Children 
Chemung Dora P. JONES Nov. 27, 1907 Ancestry: Same as child 
« Harcip H. Dee. 6, 1909 below. 
Waverly EFFIE B. Foster Sept. 26, 1888 Parent 
; Married See Sec. F, Page 2 
Tequin, Pa. Leoxnarp HARTMAN Oct 18, 189% 
Children 
Sheffield ELIzaBETH HarTMaN June 8, 1919 Grandparents 
See Sec. F, Page ? 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. F, Page 1'/, 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. F, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 





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Section F Page 3 
Birth PLace | Famiry Names | Born | D:rp | ANCESTRY 
a, ! | 
Waverly, N. Y. ELY C. Foster Oct. 13, 1890| Parent 


Married See Sec. F, Page 2 





























Chemung AMANDA DOANE ) April 26, 1892 
| Children | | 
Waverly GERTRUDE L. FOSTER | Mas 59) 1913 Grandparents 
| See Sec. F, Page 2 
sé DoroTHy | June 24, ai Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. F, Page 1%, 
j 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. F, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
| : See Sec. O, Page 1% 
* Myrtie J. Foster | April 18, sins Parent 
| Married | See Sec. F, Page 2 
Albany, N. Y. RICHARD Goss April 16, 1897 | 
| Children | 
Page 314 
BirtH PLACE | Famiy Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Barton, N. Y. Lexa Ixa Foster Jan. 15, = Parent 
Married | See Sec. F, Page 1%, 
Hazelton, Pa. | FRANK M. Vax Horn May 8, 1860 | 
| 
Children : 
' 
Sayre MaBeL Van Horn (4)|Nov. 27, 1889! Grandparents 
x See Sec. F, Page 11% 
‘“ Ipa (4) | Oct. 23, 1892 
: Great-grandparents 
66 Harry Jan. 7, 1896 See Sec. F, Page 1 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 


3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/2 


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Section F Page 4 
Beto PLACE Famity NAMes - Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
‘ | ° | 
Sayre, Pa. MABEL Vax Horn 'Nov. 27, 1889 | Parent 
Married | | Sce See. F, Page 31, 
“ JOSEPH DEVAN Noy. 17, 1889 
Children 
Sayre Josep Deva, Jr. June 12, 19135, Grandparents 
us MARGARET Dee. 6, 1918 See Sec. F, Page 34> 
Great-grandparents 
| See See. F, Page 1% 
| | 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. F, Page 1 
H 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
Sayre IpA Van Horn Oct. 23, 1892 | Parent 
Married | See Sec. F, Page 3%, 
“ Harry REDMAN Noy. 11, 1892] 
Children | 
' 
Watter REDMAN June 7, 1913 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren above. 
Page 414 
BirtH PLaAce | Famity Names Born | Dep | ANCESTRY 
{ if . 
1 
Waverly, N. Y. Ira Jupsox Hortran “Dee. 24, 1855 | Parent 
Married | See Sec. F, Page 1 


Kingston, Canada | Erizapern NEWPORT 


Children 
Buffalo, N. Y. Etma A. Horton *(5) | Nov. 55 1881 | Grandparents 
a IRA Jan. 17, 1883) Jan. 24, 1883 See See. F, Page 1 
ag JOHN (5) |March 6, 1885 Great-grandparents 
* LEwys (5%) |June 16, 1886 See Sec. O, Page 2 
as WILLIAM June 10, 1887; Oct. 14, 1887 | 9,4 Great-grandparents 
= Mary A. (5%) |Nov. 11, 1889 | See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Harry May 10, 1891 | j 
£6 VIOLA (6) | March 21, 1892 
ee RUTH (6) {April 4, 1895" 
ie VERNARD . (6%) |Sept. 26, 1896! 
- ‘ GERTRUDE (6%4) |July 26, 1901! 


ng Nan re a eng oe gece 
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BOOK ONE 
Section F Page 5 
BrtH PL Ace Famity Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 


























Buffalo, N. ¥. Erma A. Horros | Nov. 5, 1881 _ Parent 
Married | See Sec. F, Page 4%, 
‘8 George Howarp | 
Children | 
HELEN Howarp | save 17, 1910 Grandparents 
H : See Sec. F, Page 4'/, 
Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. F, Page 1 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
' See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11 
| 
« JOHN N. Horton Mareh 6, 1885, Parent 
Married | See Sec. F, Page 41» 
“ RosE —————— | April 6, 1887) 
Children | | 
=f Newport Horton Sept. 11, 1914) ; Ancestry: Same as child 
| | | above. 
1 
Page 5% 
i | 
B:retH PLACE Famity Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
} 
Buffalo Lewys Horton June 16, 1856 Parent 
Married See Sec. F, Page 4%, 
se Carrere —————_ | May 11, 1888} 
Children | 
si MerLe Horton Aug. 13, 1920 Grandparents 
See Sec. F, Page 4%, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. F, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
_ See Sec. O, Page 2 
srd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Buffalo Mary A. Hortox Nov. 11, 1889 Parent ; 
Married See Sec. F, Page 4%, 
CutisTIan A. FLaic Jan. 25, 1890 
Children 
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BirntH PLace Fanity Names 





Buffalo, N. Y. Viota Horton 


Married 
6c Harry NOLAN 
Children 
oe GLapys NOLAN 


Buffalo RutH Horton 
Married 
Lv WILLIAM DARNALL 
Children 





Famiry Names 


BOOK ONE 


Section F 


Page 6 





Born | 


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| starch 21, 1892 





| June 16, 1890) 


Aug. 8, 1914 


April 4, 1895 


Aug. 23, 1890; 


Buffalo VERNARD HORTON 
Me rried 


ie Ipa 


Children 


RoBert Horton 


Buffalo GERTRUDE Horton 
Married 


ErRNeEstT Hoop 


Children 


July 26, 1901 


Sept. 2, 1899 





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Parent 
See Sec. F, Page it, 


Grandparents 
See Sec. F, Page zt; 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. F, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11, 


Parent 
See Sec. F, Page £1 


s 


Page 614 


Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
| Parent 
See Sec. F, Page 4% 


Grandparents 
See Sec. F, Page £1, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. F, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Paae ? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


Parent 
See Sec. F, Page £4 


~ SECTION G—Booxk ONE. 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
ORSON AND SAPHRONIA (Boyp) GEORGIA. 


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Directory and Historical Account. 





ORSON C. GEORGIA 


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ORSON C. GEORGIA 
By F. M. Broxson 


Orson Cable Georgia. whose portrait adjoins this sketch, was born in New- 
field, New York, (near Ithaea) November 18th, 1818. His father was Miles 
Georgia, (born May 31st, 1785) and his mother was Sally (North) Georgia, 
(born June 21st, 1758. died October 3rd, 1833). He was one of 14 children. 
The only incident we have concerning his young boyhood days, is that he 
walked from his father’s farm in the town of Newfield. to Ithaca, a distance 
of about ten miles, and return, to see a notorious murderer hanged in public. 
Our information is not complete as to the success of his journey. 

About the year 1838, he went to Meredith, Delaware County, New York, 
and lived for about a year with Homer Stewart. probably as a farm hand. 
He then went to Croton, (now Treadwell) a short distance from Meredith, 
and took up the occupation of carpenter, at the same time conducting a small 
farm. About the year 1840, he married Saphronia Boyd, (daughter of Amos 
Boyd) also of Croton. They made their home with Amos Boyd. during the 
first year of their married life, and then started housekeeping in a house be- 
longing to Amos Boyd, which was connected with the house in which Boyd 
lived. by a long woodshed. These houses were situated between the creamery, 
and what was then Henry Boyd's house (later John Schermerhorn’s). <All 
these buildings have long ceased to exist. 

After living in Amos Boyd’s house for several years, Orson moved his 
family to the first house between the creamery and Croton Village. Later he 
built a house across the street, lived there for a year or two and sold it to the 
Baptist church for a parsonage. They then moved to the house adjoining, 
on the side towards the villave, and after a few years built the house now 
occupied by J. Scrambling. It was in this house that my father, John H. 
Bronson, and Orson’s only daughter, Elmina Saphronia Georgia, were mar- 
ried. This house he later sold, and bought a business block on the southeast 
corner of the village square. The lower floor he used for a cooper shop, while 
he lived on the upper floor. He continued here until his death, which oce- 
curred October 24th, 1896. 

Orson Georgia was a prominent member of the Methodist Episcopal church, 
and for many years was a class leader. He also was somewhat of a singer, 
and for a time led the singing, taking the pitch from a tune-fork, as was cus- 
tomary in those days when church organs were quite rare. Tis love of musie 
and his keen sense of humor, were two of his outstanding traits, that impressed 


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themselves on me as a boy. Well do I remember the many times that grand- 
father held me on his knee, while he played hymns on a fiute. 

It was his custom to take a nap after the noon-day meal, and it was at 
such a time that I once came on the scene and discovered a fly disturbing his 
otherwise heavy slumber, by crawling around on his face. Imagine his surprise 
on awakening, to find his face protected by a cheese-dish cover made of wire 
screening, which T had appropriated from the larder, for that purpose. He 
enjoyed telling about it for many years. 

While he was a man of stern righteousness. and a strict disciplinarian in 
the bringing up of his three sons and the one daughter. his home life was 
ideal, and his affection for his wife was particularly tender and sweet. In 
her later years she was quite frail. aid frequently would take her work down 
stairs in the cooperage, and there they would enjoy each other's company; 
she with her sewing, or other similar work, and he fashioning butter tubs 
or firkins for the farmers of that vicinity. Frequently, at the conclusion of 
those happy hours. he would pick her up and carry her in his arms back to the 
rooms up stairs. 

Up to the time of his death he was a stalwart man of about six feet in 
height, of unusual strength. and with the complexion of a child. He died of 
apoplexy, after having retired in his usual good health. and lies, with his be- 
loved wife beside him, in a beautiful plot in the Treadwell cemetery. 


Richmond Hill, New York, January 17th. 1924 
When I was requested to contribute a sketch of my grandfather, Orson 
Cable Georgia, my first thoneght was that I could sit down any evening, and 
dash off voluminous contribution. But alas! how little most of us really know 
about our forebears, and how little impression most of them made in the world’s 
affairs, outside their own family circles. When I did attempt the sketch. I 
found that my own knowledge was lamentably small and that it would be im- 
possible for me to do it. without considerable assistance. I therefore requested 
a number of the members of the family. to submit sketches, which I might 
combine into one presentable biography. But each, after promising to do so, 
found the same difficulty that I had. However, at a family gathering during 

the recent Christmas holidays, we were able to compile the foregoing sketch. 
FREDERICK M. BRONSON. 


WILLARD B. GEORGIA 


Willard Bovd Georgia, was born at Treadwell, New York, February 14th, 
1849. He was the second son of Orson C. and Saphronia Boyd-Georgia. His 
education was obtained in district schools and when a young man he taught 


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country schools for a nunber of terms. He took a commercial business course 
in a school in Elmira. and about 1872 or 1873, he went to Speneer where he 
became foreman of the lumber business of A. Seely and Brother. Te married 
Elsie Gee, daughter of a prominent farmer at Halsey Valley. They began 
housekeeping in Spencer, where two sons were born. He was a leading member 
of the Methodist Episcopal church of Spencer, and for a number of years super- 
intendent of the Sunday School of that church. For several years he was 
Justice of the Peace for the town of Spencer, and a member of the town board. 
In 1882 he moved to the city of Ithaca, where he entered the employ of 
E. S. Estey and Sons, tanners, as bookkeeper. Here he remained until the 
firm went out of business. Ile then entered the real estate business, and after 
a number of years, formed the firm of W. B. Georgia and Sons, dealers in real 
estate. Tle was active in the affairs of the city of Ithaca. and at the time of 
his death, a member of the city council, and had held various positions of trust 
under the city government. He united with the First Methodist Episcopal 
ehurch soon after coming to Ithaca, and was prominent in its affairs. He be- 
longed to the Masonic order and was secretary of Fidelity Lodge, No. 51, for 
many years, and was a Thirty-Second Degree Mason. He died December 17th, 
1916, and is buried in Ithaca. 


DIRECTORY~—Section G 
BOOK ONE 


Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of Orson C. and 
SaPHRONIA (Boyp) GEorGIA. 


GEORGIA, Mrs. Ida M. (widow of Levi M.) 109 Judson St. Syracuse, N. Y. 
PEET, Mrs. Louise (Georgia) ~ 96 Broad St. Endicott, N. Y. 
JOHNSON, Mrs. Mabel (Peet) Virginia Ave. aE 

PEET, Edwin : 96 Broad St. *s 

PEET, Miss Helen tis ne 

PEET, Miss Gertrude es ee 

PEET, Warren ss ¢ 

GEORGIA, , Miss Mary §. 179 Leroy St. Binghamton, N. Y. 


CLARK, Mrs. Eva (Georgia) 4 Orchard St. Waverly, N. Y¥. 
GEORGIA, Mark H. 11 Doubleday St. Binghamton, N. Y. 
GEORGIA, Harold B. Carthage, N. Y. 
SALMON, Vernon H. 109 Judson St. Syracuse, N. Y. 
GeorGIA, Mrs. Elsie J. (widow of Willard B.) 601 E. State St. Ithaca, N. Y. 
Grorcia, J. Warren 205 E. State St. ee 

GEORGIA, Louis W. ey “¢ 

Bronson, John H. 2 Walling Ave. Oneonta, N. Y. 
Bronson, R. La Verne * 5 

Bronson, Burr B. a ™ 

Bronson, Miss Grace W. = x 

Towson, Mrs. Elsie (Georgia) Chicago, Ill. 
GEorGia, Bliss P. 437 Jefferson Ave. Grand Rapids, Mich. 
GEORGIA, Carl J. ae se 


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Section G Page 1 
Beatu Pace Fasity Names | Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
Newfield, N. Y. hicass C. GEorGIA Nov, 18, 1818 Oct. 24, 1996 Parent 
Married | | See See. O, Page 2 
| Sapneosia Bovp | April 18, 1820'Feb. 2, 1901 
| 
Children | | 
{ 
Treadwell Levi M. Georcia *(1%4) | Sept. 13, S44 Feb. 12, 1920 | Grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 2 
ve WILLARD B. (4) | Feb. 14, 1849} Dee. 17, 1916 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/2 
ba Evmina 8S. (5) | Jan. 6, 1852) Jan. 4, _— 
“ Sanxrorp T. (614) | Det. 10, 1859} Dee. 3, 19i7 | 
| I 
Page 1% 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
Treadwell Levi M. GeorGiIa Sept. 13, 1844; Feb. 12, 1920 Parent 
Married See Sec. G, Page 1 
JOSEPHENE ROE 
No children | * 
Second Marriage 
to 
ELLa ROE 
Children 
Treadwell LouISE GEORGIA (2) | Oct. 19, 1870 Grandparents 
Beemerville, N. J. | Mary S. Nov, 24, 1876| See Sec. G, Page 1 
Third Marriage Great-grandparents 
- , to See Sec. O, Page 2 
est Candor, N. Y.| [pa BuNNELL April 23, 1856 2nd Great-grandparents 
Children See Sec. O, Page 1 
Binghamton ALLIE GEORGIA April 26, 1882|July 138, al : 
“ Eva (214) | Oct. 1, 1883} 
ae Mark H. (3) | Oct. 20, 1885 | 
“ Mauve E. (3)|Nov, 26, 1887|/ Dee. 14, 1922} 
la Harotp B. (3%) {June 21, 1897 





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Section G Page 2 
Le ene alee ri j ————— — 
BirtH Prace | Famiry Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
| | | 
Treadwell, N. Y. | LoviseE GEORGIA Oct. 19, 1870 Parent 
Married See Sec. G, Page 1%, 
CuHarLEs H. PEET Jan. 18, 1868 
Children 
Binghamton MABEL PEET *(214) | May 7, 1897 Grandparents 
See Sec. G, Page 1'2 
ee Epwis July 18, 1899 i , 
ireat-grandparents 
“ HELEN Noy. 21, 1900 ; See Sec. G, Page i 
“ GERTRUDE March 1, 1903 ~ pag aed 
jee Sec. O, Page / 
° ae Set 35; TEE 3rd Great-grandparents 
“ RuTH Feb. 6, 1907|Sept. 2, 1908] See See. O, Page 1% 
a DoroTuy Nov. 21, 1909 
Ks CuHaARLeEs H., Jr. =e 14, 1914 | 
Page 2% 
BirtH PLAce Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
; = 
Binghamton MABEL PEET May 7, 1897 Parent 
Married See Sec. G, Page 2 
Haroitp F. L. JOHNSON Dee. 31, 1903 
Children 
Binghamton Eva GEORGIA Oct. 1, 1883 Parent 
Married See Sec. G, Page 1%, 
Howarp J. CLark Jan. 28, 1886 
Children | 


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BOOK ONE 
Section G Page 3 
i j ‘ 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born Deep . ANCESTRY 
Binghamton, N. Y. Marx H, Georgia Oct. 20, 1585, \ Parent 
i 
Married | See See. G, Page 1% 
os ‘Bessie Runyan Nov. 7, 188s. 


RicHarD R. GEORGIA Grandparents 


! 
' 
Children | | 
| See See. G, Page IM 
| | Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. G, Pane 1 
\ | 2nd Great-grandpsrents 
| | See Sec. O, Passe 2 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| | : See Sec. O, Page 1% 
| 
1 
| 
1 


| 


Binghamton Matpe GEorGta Nov. 26, 1887 














Dee. 14, 1922 Parent 
| Married } | See See. G, Page I'l 
; Vernon H. Satmon Oct. 11, 1887, | 
Children | 
Syracuse | Myron J. Sarmwon Aug. 25, 1916; Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| dren above. 
Rosert L. March 10, 1920} 
Page 3% 
: l | 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names ! Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Binghamton . Haro B. Georcra | Fame 21, 1897 | Parent 
H Married ; See Sec. G, Page 11> 


July 19, 1896 


j Oct. 8, 1918 | Grandparents 
See Sec. G, Page 1'/p 


MINNIE COLBURN 


Children 


Carthage Haxrotp B. GeorGia, Jr. 


Great-grandparents 
See Sec. G, Page 1 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Pave 2 


3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 





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PART ONE 
Section G Page 4 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names | Born D:ep | ANCESTRY 
Treadwell, N. ¥, | WiLtarp Boyp Georcla | Feb. 14, 1849] Dec. 17, 1916 Parent 
Married | See See. G, Pane 1 
Hallsey Valley Exste J. GEE Jan, U1, 1851 
Children 
Spencer J. WARREN GEORGIA *(442) Feb. 17, 1876 Grandparents 
; . See Sec. G, Pave 1 
‘ Louis W. (4%2)| April 3, 1878 Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Pave 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1p 
| 
Page 412 
BirtH PLACE Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Spencer J. WARREN GEORGIA Feb. 17, 1876 | Parent 
Married See Sec. G, Page £ 
Cors May HaMILTon Oct. 10, 1882 
Children 
Spencer Lovis W. GEorGIA April 3, 1879 Parent 
Married See Sec. G, Page 4 
ABBIE TEERS Aug. 3, 1888|Nov. 13, 1913 
Children 
Ithaca Witiarp T. GEORGIA July 27, 1909 Grandparents 


See Sec. G, Page 4 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. G, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1, 





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BOOK ONE 
Section G Page 5 
Famity Names | Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
TO | NR a ea IE eS See SE ee | 
= i ; 
Treadwell, N. Y. | Eumixna S. Georcia | Jan, 6, 1852 | Jan. 4, 1911 Parent 
Married | See Sec. G, Page 1 


iNov. 4, 1846) 


| | 
| 


Joun H. Broxsox 




















Children 
Treadwell Maup Bronson |Dee. 28, 1972} Aug. 31, 1873) Grandparents 
ue MATTIE Died in infancy, See See. G, Page 1 
“ BERTHA | Died in infaney | Great-grandparents 
se R. La VERNE *(514) | Sept. 2, IST7 See Sec. O, Page 2 
Walton Freprick M. (514) |May 11, 18s2| 2nd Great-grandparents 
ee BEssIE Died in infaney| See Sec. O, Page i, 
“ Grace W. July 17, 1889 
ce Burr B. (6) May 6, 191 
Page 515 
BirtH PLAce Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
Treadwell R. La VerNe Bronson Sept. 2, 1877 Parent 
Married See Sec. G, Page 5 
Viota ALLEN Feb. 24, 1878 
No children 
Walton FREDRICK M. Bronson May 11, 1882 Parent 
Married See Sec. G, Page 5 
Frances C. CHAPLIN April 8, 1881 
Children 
Portland, Me. ALICE F, Bronson Jan. 12, 1908 Ghndueseite 
oe WINGATE C. April 26, 1909 


See Sec. G, Page 5 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. G, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


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Married 
GeorGE Towson 


Children 








See Sec. G, Page 6% 


BOOK ONE 
Section G Page 6 
BirtH PLAce Famity Names Born Snes] two | nea Diep | ANCESTRY 
Sa a ahs ~ 71 ected aaa 
Walton, N. Y. Burk B. Broxson May 6, 1891! Parent 
Married See Sec. G, Page 3 
DoroTHy CHAPLIN 
Children | 
Oneonta MiLprep Broxson May, 1910; Grandparents 
| See Sec. G, Page 5 
Roxbury, Mass. FRANKLIN C. Aug. 8, 1911 Great-grandparents 
| See See. G, Page 1 
Cambridge | DoROTHY June 10, 1913° 2nd Great-grandparents 
be mn B . | See Sec. O, Page 2 
vay 4 ‘ ‘ "6 . 
Waverly | a | March 26, il 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 14% 
Page 645 
BirtH PLace | Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Treadweil, N. Y. | Sanporp T. GEORGIA | Oet. 10, 1859! Dee. 3, 1917 Parent 
Married | | See Sec. G, Page 1 
Lovisa Kress i Sept. 3, 1856) 
Children | 
Evsig GEORGIA *(6%4) | Sept. 1, 1884 Grandparents 
Buss P. |; Nov. 14, 1886 See Sec. G, Page 1 
Caru J. | Mareh 21, 1890. Great-grandparents 
| ; | | See Sec. O, Page 2 
Second Marriage | | 2nd Great-grandparents 
to | | See Sec. O, Paye 1% 
Louise HUGHES pane 21, 1858 
No children 
Sept. 1, 1884 Parent 
ELSIE GEORGIA Sept. , 


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This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
Orrtn N. axp Susan (Mtrray) GEorGta. 


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ORRIN N. GEORGIA 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


ORRIN N. GEORGIA 


Orrin North Georgia was the eighth child of Miles and Sally (North) 
Georgia, and was born April 5th, 1820, Newtield, New York. He was named 
after a brother of his mother, Orrin North. When his mother died he was 15 
years of age, and doubtless left home about that time. He seems to have been 
differently inclined from his brothers, and instead of kecoming a farmer or 
lumberman or learning some trade, he entered the Delaware Literary Institute, 
at Franklin, New York, and took a musical course. He became a teacher of 
music, and followed that profession for many years, and was very successful. 
When Jenny Lind came to this country from Sweden he was one of the dele- 
gates sent from Delaware County to greet her. 

He was a man of fine personal appearance, cheerful disposition and beloved 
by all who knew him. In 1842 he married Susan Murray, of Milford. They 
began housekeeping in that town, where they lived and raised their tamily of 
ten children. Five of these were boys and five were girls. three of whom are 
now (1924) living. Of the grandchildren, ninety are living and seven dead, 
besides a few that are left out of this hook. One of the sons, Curtis B.. lived at 
Sweden Valley, Pa.. and raised a family, but it has been impossible to learn their 
names or anything concerning them. 

After some years he purchased a farm which he suecessfully managed. He 
also took up carpenter work which he followed for a number of years. In early 
life he beeame a Baptist, and was a member of the Baptist church in Milford, 
and active in its affairs. It is recalled that not long before his death he took 
a leading interest in a convention of the Baptist church. held in the church 
building near his home. Ile died June 12th, 1894. Tlis funeral was one of the 
largest ever held in the town of Milford. His wife died December 29th, 1897. 


DIRECTORY~—Section H 
BOOK ONE 


Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of Orrin N. and Susan 
(Murry) Georcia. 


GEORGIA, Mrs. Elvira (widow of Milan L.) R. D. No. 19 Otego, N. Y. 
GEORGIA, John E. 3810 Edgewood Road Cleveland, Ohio 
GrorGIA, Miss Eloise = 

GEORGIA, Austin E. oe ; “ 

GEORGIA, Joy Everette as a 

GEorGIA, Lee te 6 

GeorGta, Paul M. ee os 

GEORGIA, Martin 8. 196 S. Salina St. Syracuse, N. Y. 
Ssiru, Mrs. Myra S. (Georgia) Laurens, N. Y. 
GeoRGra, Leon M. Cooperstown, N. Y. 
GrorGra, Dewite Otego, N. ¥. 
GeorGta, James L. Stamford, N. Y. 


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GEORGIA, 
RUSSEL, 
RUSSEL, 
RUSSEL, 
RUSSEL, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
BAYLIs, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
SHELDON, 
GEORGIA, 
JEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
BARNES, 
BaRNES, 
PaRSHALL, 
BaRNEs, 
BARNES, 
BaARNEs, 
BaRNEs, 
GaGer, 
SMITH, 
PIERCE, 
PIERCE, 
PIERCE, 
De Forest, 
BURNETT, 
REGO, 
MANYATT, 
WRIGHT, 
WRIGHT, 
WRIGHT, 
HoLMEs, 
HoLMEs, 
HoLMEs, 
HOLMEs, 
HOLMEs, 
HoLMEs, 
Hotes, 
SNYDER, 


DIRECTORY-—Section H—(Continued) 


Paul H. 

Mrs. Maude M. (Cieorgia) 
Miss Elvira M. 

Miss Myra L. 

Frances G,. 

Philip K. 

Carleton 

William H. 

Frank E, 

Mrs. Louise E. (Georgia) 
Sena I. 

William B, 

Fred L. 

Mrs. Susan A. (Georgia) 
Charles QO. 

Robert M. 

Willis R. 

Mrs. Lena B. (Georgia) 
Mahlon W. 


3151 W. 92nd St. 


920 Elsmore Place 


128% S. Sth St. 
1132 Bella Vista Ave. 


1334 Corbin Place 


ae 


Mrs. Edith May (Barnes-Holmes) 


Ansel 
Leland A. 
Leslie 
George H. 
Harold 


Mrs. Charlotte H. (Georgia-Sliter) 


Mrs. Nellie (Sliter) 

Miss Charlotte 

Miss Helen 

Mrs. Dorothy E. (Georgia 
Mrs. Nellie S. (Wright) 
Mrs. Toris E. (Wright) 


Mrs. Charlotte H. (Wright) 


Luverne H. 
Aconith 

Alfred W. 
Louis J. 

Harry RB. 

Miss Lilly F. 
Miss Nina B. 
Maurice 

John M. 

Miss Georgia M. 
Mrs. Erma E. (Holmes) 


) 


2900 Mass St. 
R. D. No. 1 
3608 37th St. 


1003 N. Washington St. 


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Otego, N. Y. 
Dover, N. J. 


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Cleveland, Ohio 
Otego, N. Y. 
Coudersport, Pa. 
Wilmington, Del. 
Chester, Pa. 
Coudersport, Pa. 

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Olean, N. Y. 
Oakland, Calif. 
North Woodstock, N. Y. 
Milford, N. Y. 
Milford, N. Y. 
Washington, D. C. 

ae 
Cooperstown, N. Y. 
Deposit, N. Y. 

oe 
Hubbardsville, N. Y. 
Carthage, N. Y. 
Monticello, N. Y. 
Mt. Upton, N. Y. 


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Seattle, Washington 
Ellensburg, Wash. 
Seattle, Wash. 
Ellensburg, Wash. 


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Westford, N. Y. 


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Section H Page 1 
BirtH PLAace Famiry Names Born Dito | ANCESTRY 
; 
Newfield, N. Y¥. Orkin N. GEORGIA {April 5, 1820) June 12, 1894} Parent 
Married See Sec. O, Page 2 
Milford Susan E. Murray Sept. 18, 1826] Dee. 29, 1897 | 
Children | 
Portlandville Euma M. GEORGIA Dec. PS, 1845] July 10, 1846 Grandparents 
8 Minan L. *(11g){Aug. 2, S46} Oct. 19, 1920 See Sec. O, Page 2 
- WILLIAM H. (514) | Feb, 15, 1849! Great-grandparents 
ue FRANK F. (7) | April, 2s, 1852 1880} See Sec. O, Page 142 
we Ropert M. (714) | April, 28, 1855 , | 
“e Exta L. (814) | 1858 | March 21, 1908 | 
un OrcELIA E. (11) | Feb. 9, 1860) April 18, 1913) 
i CHARLOTTE H. (1114) | Nov. 10, 1862! : 
6 Curtis B. June ab sb | Nov. 12 1900 | 
“ Berrua Rose (13) | Nov. 10, _ Sept. 30, 1901) 
Page 144 
BirtH PLACE | Fairy Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 7 
Portlandville Milan L. GEorGia | An ae 1846 | Oct. 9, 1920 Parent 
Married | See Sec. H, Page 1 
ELvira SIVERS Dee 4, 1851} 
Children 
Portlandyille JOHN E. GEORGIA (2) | Aug. 6, 187] Grandparents 
ss MarTIN 8S. (24%) Sept. 10, 1873 See Sec. H Page 1 
e Myra S. (2%) | Sept. 27, 1875 Gvent-gennidpasanes 
«e Leon M. (3) | Nov. 20, 1877 See Sec. O, Pa 9 
- O, Page 2 
wf DeEwITE C. Nov. 2, 1879 ‘ 5 
“ James L. (314) | April 6, 1882 —— ee 
A . , 
Milford Center Pacw H. (4) | Dee. 10, 1885 
“ Mavpe M. (414) | March 16, 188S 
a PHILLIP K. (5) | Sept. 16, 1891 
Be CARLETON Jan, 22, 1893 





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Section H Page 2 
BertH Pace “pan Pace | Famity Names pwr Now | Boas | Dun Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Portlandville, N | FE. GEORGIA Aug. 6, ‘al Parent 
| Married See Sec. H, Page 14, 
Bainbridge Fiora B, Clark Aug. 1, 1869 
Children 
Arta, N ELoise GrorGia Dec. , 1893 Grandparents 
| See Sec. H, Paye 1", 
‘c Austin E. Dee. 17, 1899) Great-grand parents 
| See See. H, Paye 1 
s Joy EVERETTE Mareh 6, 1901 2nd Great-grandparents 
. See Sec. O, Page 2 
Nov. 27, 1902 
m Laz W. Wes Eh | 3rd Great-grandparents 
“ Pau. M. Dec. 10, 1906 See Sec. O, Page 112 
Page 2% 
| 
B:rtH PLace | Famity Names Born D:ep ANCESTRY 
| 
Portlandville Martin S, Georora Sept. 10, 1873) Parent 
Married See Sec. H, Page 11, 
JOHANNA Fox 
No children 
Portlandville Myra S. Georcia Sept. 27, 1875 reas 
Married 2 See Sec. H, Page 1'/, 
PLINEY C. SMITH Jan. 28, 1875 





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Diep ANCESTRY 


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EE 
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Portlandville, N. ¥.| LEox M. GEorGIA Nov. 20, 1877 Parent 
Married See Sec. H, Page 1%, 
Emma G, TUrK April 9, 1892 
Children | 
JENNIE M. GEORGIA June 1, 1914 Grandparents 
. See Sec. H, Page 1%. 
csasaaliiaas cone Hy 2 Great-grandparents 
SarRau E, Sept. 16, 1918) See Sec. H, Page 1 
STeLLa E. May ~ 1, 1921 See Sec. O, Page 2 


3rd Great-grandparents 


| 
k Great-grandparents 
See Sec. UO, Page 11/5 


Page 3% 


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3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


BirtH PLACE Famity NaAMes | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Portlandville, N. ¥.| JaMEs L. GEORGIA April 6, 1882 Parent 
Married See Sec. H, Page 1%/, 
Bloomville Laura R. BurDICK May 27, 1895 
Children 
Susquehanna, Pa. | BEULAH L. GEORGIA May 7, 1913 Grandparents 
. See Sec. H, Page 11/, 
Bl r - 7 ; - 
oomville, N. Y. | Lavra A. July “, 1914 Great-grandparents 
a Roru A. Sept. 2, 1920 See Sec. H, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandpurents 
Otego, N. Y. Lorrie ELVviRna Nov. 29, 1922 See Sec. 0, Page 2 


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Section H Page 4 
Brtt Pace | Fastiry Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Milford Patt H. GeorGia a 10, 1985 | Parent 
Center, N. Y. Married | See Sec. H, Page 142 
Carthage, Mo. MAtDE MAaGoFFIN April 13, 1856, 
Children | 
Carthage Pact H. Georara, JR. {Nov. 11, 1917, ' Grandparents 
“ ; = | | | See Sec. H, Page 1% 
Denver, Colo, CATHERINE E. Aug. 14, 1918 Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. H, Page I 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
H See Sec. O, Page ? 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See See. O, Paye 1/2 
Page 414 
| ' 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Milford MADE M. GEorG1A March 16, 1888! | Parent 
Center, N. Y. Married H See Sec. H, Page 1%, 
Maryland, N. Y. | Frep E. Russeie April 20, 188+ 
| 
Children | 
Oneonta ELvira M. RUusseELL June 24, 1903 | Grandparents 
' See Sec. H, P. 1) 
Frances G. June 27, 1903! » Page 1'/ 


Great-grandparents 
“6 Myra L. April 23, 1907! See Sec. H, Page 1 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1/2 


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Section HL Page 5 
= =S } j 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
Milford PHILLIP K. GrorGta Sept. 16, 1891 Parent 
Center, N. Y. Married See Sec. H, Page 1'/2 
Meridale Errige INGRaM Jan. 30, 1889 
Children 
Laurens BeERTHA P. GEORGIA Sept. 25, 190s Grandparents 
oe ae wees See Sec. H, Page 1'/ 
Hobart MELVIN L. Mareh 25, 1912 Great-grandparents 
“ EVELYN May Aug. 23, 1914 See Sec, H, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1/2 
| 
Page 5% 
B:rtH PLace | Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
| | 
Milford Wittiam H. Georcia Feb. 15, 1849 Parent 
Center, N. Y. Married See Sec. H, Page 1 
Eldred, Pa. Etta Worcott Jan. 26, 1864 
Children 
Larabee Frank E. GEORGIA *(6)| July 18, 1881 Grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page 1 
“ Prep L. (644) |Sept. 22, 1884 Sie te 
Great-grandparents 
Coudersport Susan A. (64%)| Aug. 4, 1888 See Sec. O, Page ? 
; 2nd Great-grandparents 
‘ . = - a 
CHARLES O. (7)| Dee. 11, 1895 See Sec. O, Page 1 


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Section H Page 6 
{ 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
{ 
| | 
Larabee, Pa. Frank E, GEORGIA July 18, 188] Parent 
Married See Sec. H, Page 51/2 
Fremont KaTHERYN M. Fatu March 9, 1884 
Center, N. Y. 
: Children 
Coudersport, Pa. Louise E. GEorGIA *(614)! Nov. 16, 1901 Grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page 35% 
“e Sena I. Oct. 4, 1903 Great-grandparents 
isb = . | See Sec. H, Page 1 
Harrisburg Witiiam B. Sept. 6, _ 2nd Great-grandparents 
* “J > 
Kane CuarLes L. March 25, 1908iMay 11, 1908| See See. 0, Page 2 
‘ 3rd Great-grandparents 
Olean, N. ¥. Minan O. March 19, 1914) See Sec. O, Page 1'/2 
n Eua M. May 11,1915 May 12, 1915! 
| | 
Williamsport, Del. | Ropert H. om 4, 1917) Oct. 13, 1918 
Ogden, Pa. Liuuian T. j Oct. 9, 1920" 
Page 614 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| | | 
Coundersport, Pa, | Lovise E. GrorGta ! Nov 16, 1901 H Parent 
1 Married H | See Sec. H, Page 6 
Willmington, Del | CLareNce R. BaYuis | 
Children | 
| | | 
Larabee, Pa. Frep L. Georcia | Sept. 22, 1884 | Parent 
Married See Sec. H, Page 5'/, 
Renova, N. Y. ETHEL CAMPBELL Jan. 25, 1882 | 
Children | | 
| 
Coundersport, Pa. |Susan A. GEORGIA Aug. 4, 1888, Parent 
Married | Sec Sec. H, Page 5%/z 
Canton, N. Y. | Ropert L. SHELDON July 17, 1878 


Children 


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BrtH PLace Famiry Names Born | 
| 

Coudersport, Pa, | CHARLES O. GEORUIA Dee. = 11,, 1895 | 
Married : | 
N. Woodstock, N.Y, | ANNA CAMPBELL July 10, 1895; 
i | 
Children | | 
ae HELEN GEORGIA Oct. 26, 1918| 
Ogden, Pa. CHARLES O., JR. ‘Oct. 11, bee 

! 

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| | 
| | | 
Portlandville, N.Y.| PrRaNK F. GEORGIA April 28, 1852. 
Married | | 
Marky THAYER | | 
| 
Children | 
FRED GEORGIA | | 
FLora | | 
‘ | 
B:rTH PLACE | Famiry Names | Born | 
| —_ 
Portlandville, N.¥.; Ropert M. GeorGia April 28, 1855; 
Married i | 
FANNIE COMBS | | 
| i 
Children | | 
Milford Center WILLis R, Georcia *(714) 1 Sept. 16, 1886, 
Portlandville on B. (8) | Nov. 11, 1881) 
: | 
{ 
{ 
| 
Milford Center Wits R. Georuta : | sept 16, 1880: 
Married | 
Boggy, Ark. JOSEPHENE A, GASTON Jan 2), — 
Children 
Oneonta, N. Y. Louis Fay GrorGia Dee 18, 1911) 


Diep ANCESTRY 


Parent 
See Sec. H, Page 51/2 


Grandparents 
See See. H, Page 51/2 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/2 


1880 Parent 


See Sec. H, Page 1 


Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren below. 


Page 714 


Diep | ANCESTRY 


Parent 
See Sec. H, Paye 1 


Grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 


Parent 
See Sec. H, Page TY, 


Grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page 7%, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 14, 





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Section H Page 8 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names Born | Dito ANCESTRY 
| 
| | 
Portiandville, N.Y.| Lexa B. Georora Nov. 11, 1881} Parent 
Married i See See. H, Pane > 
Oneonta, N. Y. MERTON B. BaRNES | June 2, 18t7 
: j 
Children | 
Schoharie, N. Y. | MaHLox W. Barnes | Jun. 17, 1900 Grandparents 
| See Sec. H, Pane 7, 
Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. H, Pave 1 
| 2nd Great-gran parents 
See Sec. O, Pave 2 
j 3rd] Great-grandparents 
| See See. O, Puge it 
| 
Paze 34% 
i | 
BrrtH PLace \ Famity Names | Born 1 D:ep t ANCESTRY 
1 ' 
Milford Etta L. Georcia | 1858] March 21, 19vs Parent 
Center, N. * Married | See Sec. H, Pause 1 
Collinsville Frank M. BarNES | 1852 1884 : 
Children | 5 
Oneonta EpITH BaaNES *(9) | Nov. 23, 1876 Grandparents 
See Sec. H, Pause 1 
ae ANSEL (10) 1878 Great-grandparents 
: See Sec. O, Page 2 
“ LESLIE 2nd Great-grandparents 
. See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
“ Georce H. (10%) | Oct. 3, - 1884 a 
—ake | 
Seeend Marriage 
: | 
RicHarp M. GaGer 
Children | 
| 


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Section HI Page 9 
BirtH PLace | Famiry Names : Born | Dito | ANCESTRY 
— | 
Oneonta, N. Y. ! EpirH M. BarNEs |Nov. 23, 1876 | Parent 
| Married , See Sec. H, Paye 3% 
Marvin Homes Aug. 1, 1872. Oct. 1905 | 
Children | | 
Westford, N, ¥. | Lovis J. Hotes Mareh 2, 1895 | Grandparents 
“ Harry B. * (914) | April 21, 1896! See Sec. H, Paye 8%, 
. : Great-grandparents 
“ Fioyp P. May = 12, 1897 9 ; 
7 a ee ” ‘iam: ¥3 | i oa See Sec. H, Page 1 
ERMA Ebitx (9ts) | July 14, 1898 | | 2nd Great-grandparents 
as Litty F. Oct. 28, 1899] | See See. O, Page 2 
ig Nixa R. Jan. 3, 1901 | ra Great-grandparents 
“ MAURICE Aug. 1, 1902) | See Sec. O, Page 1% 
“ JouN M. 1904 | | 
“ GEORGIA M. 1905 | | 
Second Marriage | 
to | 
FLoyp B. ParsHaLu | 1872 
No children | 
Page 914 
' | ; 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born | Diep ‘ ANCESTRY 
: | | 
Westford, N. Y. | Harry B. Ho~Mes April 21, 1896' Parent 
Married See Sec. H, Page 9 
ETHEL J. WEBSTER | | 
Children | 
! 
{ 
ErMa EpituH HoutmMes Juwy 14, 1898 Parent 
Married | See Sec. H, Page 9 
Howarp O, SNYDER | 
Children | 
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Section H Page 10 
Breth Pace | Famity Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Oneonta, N. Y. ANSEL BARNES 1878 Parent 
Married See Sec. H, Page 8% 
Sanfort Lexa M. Hveeixs | 1884 
Children 
McClure CLARENCE W. BARNES Feb, 14, 1904 191. Grandparents 
. See Sec. H, Page 8% 
Deposit LELAND A. March 17, 1906 
Great-grandparents 
McClure Verna E. June 22, 1914] Aug. 14,1914] Sce Sec. H, Page 1 
= MARJORIE E, Aug. 23, 1916 2nd Great-grandparents 
“ See Sec. O, Page 2 
WILMA VIOLA jAug. 4, 1921) 3rd Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 1'/2 
| 
| 
! 
Page 101, 
' 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names | Born i Diep ANCESTRY 
\ 





Oct. 3, 1884 | Parent 
See Sec. H, Page &'/2 


Cooperstown GrorGeE H. BARNES 
Married 


Bainbridge Lexa STEVENS 


| 
| 
| 
| 
| 
Children | 


Bainbridge Aug. 1, 1907 Grandparents 


Sce Sec. H, Page 8'/, 


Ensox BarNES 





Sept. 24, 1909 Great-grandparents 


See Sec. H, Page 1 


Ls April 1, 1912 
wana , j 2nd Great-grandparents 


See See. O, Page 2 


3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


- 


SS ee ee 


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Section H Page 11 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Portlandville, N. Y.} ORCELIA E, GEorGia Feb. 1860} April 18, 1913 Parent 
Married Sce See. H, Page 1 
CLINTON H. PENDILL 
Children 
FLorA PENDILL Grandparents 
¥ 7 Sce Sec. H, Page 1 
AREA Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page i'%/, 
| 
Page 1144 
BirtH PLace | Famuy Names | Born | Drep | ANCESTRY 
| | | | 
Portlandville, N.Y. CHarLotte H. GEorGia 1 Nov 10, 1862, Parent 
| Married | | See Sec. H, Page 1 
WILLIAM A. SLITER | 
Children | 
NELLIE SLITER ACID) Jan, 22, 1884 | Grandparents 
| 


DorgcTuy (1212) 





Second Wasting 
to 
PENBEOKE SMITH 


' 
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See Sec. H, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 12 


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Section H “ Page 12 
BirtH Pace | Famity Names Born | Dirp ANCESTRY 
NELLIE SLITER Jan. 22, 1Iss4 Parent 
Married See Sec. H, Page 11%, 


ARCHIE PIERCE July 17, 1s74 


Children 


CHARLCTTE PIERCE Feb. = 14, 1903 Grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page 1i'/, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/2 


| 
' 


HELEN Aug. 11, 1905 | 


Doris Sept. 6, 1910 


WESLEY Jan. 4, 1908! 
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i 
BirtH Pace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
DorotHy E. Siiter | Parent 
Married See Sec. H, Page 11%. 
Rospert R. DEFroREST 
Children 
GertTRuDE DEFOREST Grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page 11'/, 
Ouiie Great-grandparents 
ALFORD | : See Sec. H, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 3rd_Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1% 
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See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%2 


BOOK ONE 
Section H Page 13 
| a 
BirtH PLAce Fasury Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
= ' ; | 
' 
Portlandville, N.Y.| BenTHA Rose GEORGIA |Nov. 10, 1868! Sept. 30, 1901: Parent 
Married | | See Sec. H, Page 1 
ALFRED M, Wricght per 22, 1864. 
Children 
Ellensburg, Wash. | NELLIE S. WRIGHT *(1315)} July 27, 1890 Grandparents 
ie fone © ee ee | See Sec. H, Pege 1 
aN ss (14) | July fare Great-grandparents 
“ CnarRLoTre H. (1415) Dee. 26, 1893 See Sec. O, Page 2 
| | 2nd Great-grandparents 
ba te 7A ' Q af 7 
oF LUVERNE H. May 11, 1896 See Sec. O, Page 1%/y 
ee ACONITH Dec 22: 1898 | 
ee ALFRED W. June 15, 1901 
Page 13% 
BirtH Pace ew Per | Fasmes Neves | wes | eo Fasity Naes | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Ellensburg, Wash. | NELLIE S. WRIGHT July 27, 1890 Parent 
| . Married See Sec. H, Page 13 
Oakland, Calif. RoBerT O. BURNETT March 17, 1886 
Children 
Tacoma, Wash. RosBert A. BURNETT | sept 2, 1911 Grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page 13 
sé 9 * wc 
Ricnano:t. May 12, 1916 Great-grandparents 
ee Lois EILEEN [July 1, 1916 See Sec. H, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
uf Mary J. Jan. 18 





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BirtH Pvact Famity Names | Born | Den | ANCESTRY 
| 
Ellensburg, Wash. | Deris E. Wright July 11, 1892 | Parent 
Married | See Sec. H, Page 13 
ag Joux B, Reco Mareh 31, 1890; 
Children | 
at HeLeN L. REGO June 4, 1914 Grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page 13 
. — » - 

& BERNICE G. May 12, 1918 Girest-grandparents 
| See Sec. H, Paur : 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Puye 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page it3 
Page 1414 
Birth PLace Famu.y Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Ellensburg, Wash. | CHarLotTe H. WricHt | Dee. 26, 1895 Parent 
E Married See Sec. H, Page i3 
Denver, Colo. Ray L. Manyatt Sept. 29, 1891 
Children 
Seattle, Wash. MarGaret A. MaNyatTt June 27, 1920 Grandparents 


See Sec. H, Page 13 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. H, Page i 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page it, 


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NILES 8. GEORGIA 


SECTION I—Bvox ONE. 





Seas 
This Section relates to the children and descendants 


of 
NILES STAR AND CoRDELIA (BELL) GEORGIA. 


Hoon heaton”, 
orieetoelocleete 


Directory and Historical Account. 





ROBERT B. GEORGIA 


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NILES 8S. GEORGIA 


Niles S. Georgia, was born in the year 1823, in the town of Newfield. 
Tompkins County. Owing to the continued illness of his mother, the family was 
broken wp and some of them had to go out and live with other people. Among 
these were three brothers. Orson C., Niles S.. and David. I think that David 
did not come to the vicinity of Croton until later. T say Croton, I am wrong. 
as it was called East Franklin at first and later changed to Croton. The 
name of the villaze was later changed to Treadwell on account of mails going 
astray and also because the Treadwell family were quite numerous and prom- 
inent. 

Father went to live with James Stewart and Orson with Nathaniel Stewart. 
The man James Stewart, with whom father lived, was practically the founder 
of East Franklin village. as he built the hotel. wrist mill. and a number of 
dwellings. Nearly all of these buildings are standing today. The village, at 
one time, acquired the name of Jug City. by reason of the inhabitants of the 
southern part of the town of Franklin, (also called Arabia avd the people 
Arabs) coming down to the hotel with juys to be filled with whiskey, and they 
made things going and coming. 

In those days. before the Erie or the Albany and Susquehanna railroads 
were built. traffic was altogether by the Catskill and Ithaca Turnpike, with 
toll-gates every few miles and hotels more frequent than these gates. The 
hotels were all filled every night with teamsters who hated goods and farm 
produce. There were also a number of daily four-horse stage coaches, for 
passengers and the mails. The hotel where father was. was a relay or change 
station, and one coach was due at midnight and father had to be on duty 
while the horses were being changed, and to serve refreshments to such pas- 
sengers as desired it. no exceptions among the drivers, but father never touched 
liquor, although he served it out. He also never used tobacco in any form. 
When a young man he went to Meredith, (or Nate town) into a wagon shop 
to learn the wagon maker's trade. West Meredith was a small settlement 
about two miles east of East Franklin, and the big man of*the~town was 
Nathan Stilson, who ran a store, distillery, pot-ashery, and a farm. The farmers 
took their rye to his distillery, and ashes to the ashery, and swopped them 
for groceries and other goods, for the trade was then principally barter, not 
much money being in circulation. 

After learning his trade, he ran the shop there for a short time, and then 
went to Croton and joined in partnership with Captain A. J. Gates. They 
ran a wagon shop, blacksmith shop, doing wagon building and ironing, horse 
shoeing, ox shoeing, ete. In those days the wood for wagon making was taken 

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from the stump and worked to the needed dimensions. The hubs for light 
wagons, buggies and carriages, were only a few sizes smaller than a one-horse 
lumber wagon at the present time. The hubs were mortised and the spokes 
driven by hand, which made wagons about equal to **The Deacon's Wonderful 
One-Horse Shay."’) In 1864 a farmer from Roaring Brook. got a notion that 
he wanted to go in the wagon business, and father, knowing that business was 
being hurt by carriage factories doing machine work, which looked good, but 
would not wear well, traded the shop, (Gates had left before this) for the man’s 
farm and on May 12th took possession. his provided work for father’s grow- 
ing family and was the writer's initiation into farm life. as well as for the 
rest of the family. I could tell of amusing events that first summer. Father 
lived on this farm until he died in September, 187s, of typhoid fever. Father 
was a quiet man, being no politician or office seeker, as his work took his whole 
time and attention. He was an honest. moral man, and had the respect of his 
friends and neighbors. His word was us veod as his bond. 
October 6th, 1922. BeLMoNT E. Georcia, Sidney. N. Y. 


BY ONE OF HIS DAUGHTERS 


My father was, by trade, a wagon maker of high class order, and always 
a very honorable and industrious man who accumulated a nice little property. 
in addition to rearine a family of eight children. He was a member and gen- 
erous supporter of the Baptist church in the town of Croton, Delaware County, 
New York. Croton is now called Treadwell, after my Unele Chester Tread- 
well, husband of mother’s sister. My mother came from an old family hy the 
name of Bell, who, I believe. claim the distinction of being able to trace their 
ancestry back to the Mayfiower. Her full name was Cordelia Bell. When my 
father died he was 56 years old, and my mother, who died a year later, forty- 
nine. 

Mrs, Evita G. Moore, Boston, Mass. 


BELMONT E. GEORGIA 


Belmont Edmund Georgia, was the oldest child of Niles and Cordelia 
(Bell) Georgia, and was born at Treadwell, New York, March 2nd, 1850. He 
married Susan M. Gibson, daughter of John and Sarah Ann (Bacon) (ribson,. 
October 6th, 1875. He followed the profession of school teaching until his mar- 
riage. He then purchased a farm near Franklin, where he lived about 24 
years. Three daughters were born while he was living on the farm. In Jan- 
uary, 1899, he purchased a residence in the village of Sidney, Otsego County, 
where he lived until his death, February 2nd, 1924. 


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Ife was a member of the Sidney Congregational ehureh, and was a member 
of the choir of that chureh for a number of years, and loved music. He took 
a keen interest in the loeal affairs of his village. and held, at times, some of 
the offices in the vift of the people. He wrote fire insurance and enjoyed a 
large patronaze. He was one of the best known and respected citizens of that 
part of New York State. Tle is buried on the family plot in Prespect Hill 
Cemetery, at Sidney. 


GEORGE L. LINDSLEY 


George L. Lindsley. grandson of Niles S. Georgia, entered the service of 
the United States. for the World War, in August. 1917, and was sent to Camp 
Mead for training. In October of the same year he was promoted tu Sergeant, 
and in June, 191s, he received a Second Lieutenant's commission. The follow- 
ing month he sailed with the troops for France. Here he saw active service 
and patticipated in several campaigns and battles. up to the time the armistice 
was signed. In July, 1919. he was returned to America, and honorably dis- 
charged August 20th, 1919. 

Perhaps this young soldier inherited a desire for military service and train- 
ing, from his father. Colonel ELMER LINDSLEY, who for more than 33 years 
served his country under the Stars and Stripes, both in times of peace and times 
of war. He entered the army in 1887. and in five vears became First Lieutenant 
of Calvary, and was steadily advanced until his retirement, at his own request, 
the 28th of July, 1920, having received some three years previous, a Colonel’s 
commission. 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


DIRECTORY—Section I 


BOOK ONE 





Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of Nires and Corpetia 
(Bett) Georaia, 


GEORGIA, 
MERRICK, 
MALLERY, 
PADDOCK, 
GRAHAM, 
STERNS, 
OGDEN, 
GEORGIA, 
Bacon, 
DURKEE, 
DvuRKEE, 
Moore, 
Moore, 
Moore, 
LINDSLEY, 
BULLARD, 
SULLIVAN, 
LINDSLEY. 


Mrs. Susan M. (widow of Relmont FE.) 


Mrs. Nellie M. (Georgia) 
Mrs. Elizabeth S. (Georgia) 
Mrs. Anna ©. (Georgia) 
Mrs. Irene E. (Georgia) 


Mrs. Josephene E, (Georgia) 


Mrs. Lina M. (Graham) 
Robert B. 

Mrs. Leah (Georgia) 
Mrs. Florenve E. (Georgia) 
Maurice M. 

Mrs. Ella M. (Georgia) 
Harold G. 

Miss Edith L. 

Mrs. Eugenia (Georgia) 
Mrs. Helen (Lindsley) 
Mrs. Marion (Lindsley) 
George I. 


Lock Box 928 
61 Pleasant St. 
226 Kirk Ave. 
Franklin Square 


1414 Steuben St. 


521 Manhattan Ave. 
158 Grant St. 


1419 Commonwealth Ave. 


Deerfal] Inn 


1419 Commonwealth Ave. 


727 N. 67th St. 
7348 Claridge St. 


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Sidney, N. ¥. 
Norwich, N. 
Syracuse, N. 
Treadwell, N. Y. 
Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
Treadwell, N. Y. 

Utica, N. Y. 

Dickensen Center, N. Y. 
New York, N. Y. 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Boston, Mass. 

Lake Forrest, Ill. 
Boston, Mass. 

Maple Shade, N. J. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 


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Section I Page 1 
B:rtH PLAce Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
' i 
Newfield, N. Y. NILEs S. GEORGIA Jan. 28, 1822; Sept. 15, 1878! Parent 
Married | | See Sec. O, Page 2 
Meredith CorpeLtia H. RELL Feb. 1, 1830 Nov. 1Ss0! 
Children | 
Treadwell BeLMonT FE. Georgia *(114))} March 2, 1850 Feb. 2, 1924} Grandparents 
“ Trexe E. (214) | Nov. 18, 1851. Set See. 0; Pays = 
am | Great-grandparents 
sa Saran E. (3) | Sept. 9, 1854) Oct. 9, ans8) See Sec. O, Page 11> 
oe ANTOINETTE M. Oct. 4, 1857 | Sept. 11, 1917! 
“ Rosert B. (312) | April 3, 1860, 
“ FLorEN¢E E. (414) | Aug. 26, 1863, 
“ ELLa M. (6) | March 7, 1866! 
“ EvGenia M. (5) June 29, 1868, 
| | 
Page 1% 
| | 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | | 
Treadwell | BELMonT E. GEorGia /March 2, 1850 Feb. 2, 1924 Parent 
; Married | | See Sec. I, Page 1 
Meredith | Susax M. Gissoy i Mareh 15, 1855 
| | 
Children | | 
Treadwell NELLIE M. GEORGIA (1%), Sept. 27, 1877) Grandparents 
a EvizaBeTH S, (2)| Oct. 24, 1879! See Sec. I, Page 1 
, | Great-grandparents 
“ Axya C. (2); Dee. 12, 1884) See Sec. O, Page 2 
j 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Treadwell NELLIE M. GeorGIA Sept. 27, 1877 Parent 
Married See Sec. I, Page 11/2 
Merricksville JOHN C. MERRICK Dec 10, 1867 
Children 
Sidney ELIzaBETH V, MERRICK Died in infancy 


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Section 2 








— 


B:rtH PLace 


Treadwell, N. Y. 


Hancock, N. Y. 


Binghamton 
Deposit 


Norwich 


Treadwell 


BirtH PLace 


} 
} 


Famiry Names 


ELIZABETH S. GEORGIA 


Married 


‘Joux S. Maurery ~ 


Children 


en arp S. MALLery 


Axna C. GEORGIA 


Married 


S. ADELBERT PADOCK 


Children 


Famiry Names 


| 
| 
{ 
See: ree ee Nan ee F 


ee eee | 


Born 


Diep 


Page 2 


ANCESTRY 





Oct. 24, 1879 | 


Mareh 13, 1874 


July 13, 1903} March 29, 


Nov. 19, 1908 


Jan. 20, 1913 


Dev. 12, IS84 


Born | 


Parent 


See Sec. I, Page it, 


190-4 Grandparents 
See Sec. I, Page 11 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. I, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page < 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page it, 





Parent 
See Sec. I, Page i'3 


Page 215 


| ANCESTRY 





Treadwell 


W. Meredith 


Treadwell 


Treadwell 


TrRENE E. GEorGIa 


Married 


Mitton M, GraHaM 


Children 


Witittam T. GraHamM 


JOSEPHENE E. 


Lixa M. 


JOSEPHENE E, GRAHAM 


Married 


SPENCER STERNS 


No children 


*(2%) 
(3) 


Jan. 22, 1877 


July 13, 1887 


Jan. 22, 1877 


May 26, 1852 


Parent 
See Sec. I, Page 1 


1875 Grandparents 
See Sec. I, Page 1 


Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 


2nd Great-grandparents | 
See Sec. O, Page 1", 


Parent 
See Sec. I, Page 2% 





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BOOK ONE 
Section I Page 3 
= j ; 
BirtH PLace Fammy Names | Born Diep ! ANCESTRY 
| 
| | | 
Treadwell, N. Y. | Lina M. GarHan July 13, 1887, | Parent 
| Married | See Sec. I, Page 2%, 
Tracey R, Opes Oct. 22, 1886) 
Children | 
Leonta MELBA OGDEN Aug. 8, 1909 Grandparents 
See Sec. I, Page 21/2 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. I, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 142 
1 
Treadwell Sarau E, GEORGIA Sept. 9, 1854) Oct. 9, 1878 Parent 
j Married | See Sec. I, Page 1 
Spencer 'Cyrexcs N. Day | | 
| No children | 
Page 314 
| ‘ 
BirtH PLace | Famury Names 1 Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
| ! 
Treadwell Rosert B. GEorGiIa inal 3, 1860! Parent 
Married | | See Sec. I, Page 1 
West Candor MINNIE BUNNEL j July 10, 1860 Jan. 20, 1896 
. | 
Children 
Binghamton FLorENCE E, GEorGia j June 25, 1884 Grandparents 
See Sec. I, Page 1 
“se LetaH MM. *(4) | Dee. 6, 1887 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/2 
Second Marriage 
to i 
Wilma Cornevia C. Gray {Sept. 1, —, 


No children 


' 
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BOOK ONE 
Section I Page 4 
BirtH PLace i Famity Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| \ 
| | 
Binghamton, N. Y.; LELAH M. GEorGIA | Dee. 6, 1877 | Parent 
Dickinson Married See Sec. 1, Page 3% 
Center, N, ¥.| LESLIE Bacon 
Children 
ae Fraxces F, Bacon | June 30, 1911, Grandparents 
i Jee S J 
Verona, N. Y. MARION G. May 22, 1914! we eae 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. I, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2 
_ | 8rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 
| | 
Page 4h, 
i ; . 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names \ Born | Dep | ANCESTRY 
| | | 
Treadwell cies E. Georeta Aug. 26, 1863 Parent 
Married i See Sec. I, Page 1 
ARTHUR M. DURKEE | April 20, 185s! | 
} 
Children | | Ancestry: Same as chil- 
Binghamton BEATRICE E. DURKEE 1 Oct. 24, 1888" Aug. 25, 1889 dren on Page 314. 
“ Matcrice M. *(414)/ July — 1, 1891! | 
Binghamton Macrice M. DurKEE Parent 
Married | See Sec. I, Page 4%/z 
Macon, Ga. ALLIE G. THORPE March 31, 1891) April 1921 | . 
Children 
Kingston, N. Y. | Doxatp T. DuRKEE Jan, 22, 1919 Grandparents 
| See Sec. I, Page 41/p 
Great-grandparents 
Second Marriage See Sec. I, Page 1 
to 2nd Great-grandparents 
MARGUERITE MATTERSON See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
i 
\ 





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Section | Page 5 

i 
BirtH PLAce | Famity Names ' Born | | ANCESTRY 
i | 
Treadwell, N. Y. | EvGENIA M. Georuia ia 29, 186s! | Parent 

Married | | See Sec. I, Page 1 
Franklin ELaer LinpsLey Nov. 13, 1866 
| 
| Children 


Ft. McKinney, Wy.| HELEN E. LinpsLey *(514) | Mareh 7, 1sgz | 








Yellow Stone Park! Georce L. 





Sept. 25, 18933 | 
| 








Grandparents 
See Sec. I, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page it, 


Page 5% 


ANCESTRY 








Franklin, N. Y. Marion I. (514) | Sept. 26, 1895; 
1 
! 
I 
| 
BrrtH PLACE Famcity Names Born : 
i i 
| 
Ft. McKinney, Wy.) HELEN E, LinDSLEY March 7, 1892, 
Married 
Williamsport, Pa. | HuGH Max BUuLiagp Sept. 16, 1891 
Children 
Philadelphia, Pa.» | HUGH Myron BuLtarp Feb. 11, 1924 
Franklin, N. Y. Marion F. LInDSLEY Sept. 26, 1895 
Married 
Camden, N. J. Ropert E. SvuLtivan Nov. 9, 1996 | 
Children 





Parent 
See Sec. I, Page 5 


Grandparents 
See Sec. I, Page 5 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. I, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


Cr oo  -  C — 


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BOOK ONE 
Section I Page 6 
_—_————— 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Treadwell, N. Y. Evita M. GeorGta _ 7, 1866 Parent 
Married | See See. I, Page 1 
ANpbreW R. Moore Mareh 26, 1860| Jan. 27, 1896 
Children 
A. RaymMonp Moore {Set 21, 1387 | Aug. 8, 1888 Grandparents 
Harowp G. (See Below) | April 21, 1890 nee OR eS age © 
Great-grandparents 
EpitH L. March 6, 1596 See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1/2 
Haroip G. Moore April 21, 1890 Parent 
Married See Sec. I, Page 6 


MyrtLte V. ZUMACK 


| 
Children | 
Norman R. Moore | stage 30, 1920 Grandparents 
| See Sec. I, Page 6 
| Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. I, Page 1 
| 2nJ Great-grandparents 


See Sec. O, Page ? 
| 38rd Great-grandparents 
‘See Sec. O, Page 11> 





SECTION J—Book ONE. 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
EtaganH Burr (5TH) ano Evizapetn (Butts) GrorGta,. 


*, *ee%ee*ee”: 
a 
toelenfeeloeiery 


Directory and Historical Account. 





ELIJAH BURR GEORGIA 
5th 


186 


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ELIJAH BURR GEORGIA, (5th) 


Elijah Burr Georgia. the fifth one of the family to be called by that first 
name, in America, was born October 7th, 1823, in Newfield, New York. He 
was the tenth child of Miles and Sally (North) Georgia. In 1842. he married 
Elizabeth Butts, daughter of John and Naneyx Barker-Butts. of Van Etten. 
They began housekeeping in Spencer. They lived afterwards in various places, 
including Barton and Southport, until 1853, when he purchased a tract of white 
pine timber, of 3C0 acres near Elmira, and began the manufacture of lunber. 
In later life he used to relate of how very poor they were. when married, and 
how little they began their married life with. But things soon changed for 
the better. Tle was a strony. vigorous man and seems to have been a natural 
born millwright, as he was an expert in this line of work. He invented and per- 
fected many machines used in the manufacture of lumber, some of which are 
used in the largest mills of today. 

In 1844, he built the first circular saw mill to be used in the town of 
Spencer. This Mill was located on the South Hill road. leading from Spencer 
village over the hill to Randolph IHollow. about two miles from the village. 

* Their first child, Elvira. was born in Barton. in 1843. Emily in 1845, in 
Spencer, and Susan, in Southport, in 1847. The next three, Grant. Phoebe J., 
and Estelle, were also born in Southport. The rest of their children, Alice, 
Florence, Viola and Fred, were born after they moved to the pine tract above 
Elmira. This place was reached by what is known as the Water Cure Hill 
road, and was about three miles from the city. There was a steam saw mill 
on this property, which he enlarged and improved, and the investment proved 
a success in every way. He obtained large contracts from the Erie Railway 
Company, for furnishing the timber for bridge building and other purposes. 
After the war of the Rebellion began, he furnished the lumber for the govern- 
ment, to build the barracks for the soldiers. camped near Elmira, and also for 
the Rebel prison camp, when that was erected. He also had a contract for 
the delivery of large amounts of fire wood for the camps, all of which proved 
_ profitable. 

In 1866, the supply of sawing timber in Georgia Hollow, as it was then 
known, became exhausted, and he moved the mill to a second purchase of pine 
lands, near Iluron, Michigan. In 1869, he sold his property in Michigan, and 
moved to Clifton, Virginia. Here he built a large saw mill, which he operated 
for a number of years. He also built a large hotel, a store and many other 
buildings. Clifton had now come to be a town of some importance, so that a 
station agent was needed by the Orange, Alexandra and Mason Railroad, now 
The Southern, and he was the first agent appointed to the place. 


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At the time Elijah B. and his family came to Clifton, there wes only one 
hut there, and that occupied by a Negro, so it seems that he was the founder of 
that town. With them, to Clifton, came the family of his oldest daughter, 
Elvira, and her husband, Thomas Fletcher. This family has remained in Vir- 
ginia, and now (1923) are a large family and mostly engaged in farming. Not 
long after coming to Cliften. Elvira and Thomas Fletcher decided to go to 
Minnesota, and they traveled there in a large wayen fitted up for the purpose. 
They had four children who went with them. While in the west Lydia was 
born, who died in a short time. This occurred in 1870. They stayed in Min- 
nesota about three years and then returned to Virginia, making the return trip 
in the same manner as when they went there. which was by team and wayon. 
They purchased a farm of 400 acres about two miles from Clifton. Here five 
more children were born. Elvira died in 18s, leaving seven children, three 
having died in infaney. 

In 1581 Elijah Burr decided to leave Virginia. and moved to Smethport, 
Pennsylvania. Here he built a large saw mill for Bullis Brothers, and one at 
State Line Mills, and another at Carrolton, New York, for the same firm. After 
living in Smethport a few years he moved to Olean, New York, where he re- 
sided until his death in 1886. His wife lived about four vears longer and died 
in January, 1891. Both are buried in Woodlawn cemetery. Elmira. Their 
burial place is in one of the most beautiful spots in this fine cemetery. The 
plot was selected by him for a family burying lot, many years before, when 
the cemetery was first laid out, as he was one of the promoters of the project. 

All his life he was an active, cheerful man, and had a very large acquaint- 
ance and his friends were legion. He was always interested in the families of 
his brothers and sisters and often visited among them. In 1859 or 1860, he 
compiled and published, at his own expense. a record in chart form. of families 
of his father’s children, giving the names of each, with dates of birth and death, 
and as many of their children as were then born. He distributed this record 
freely among all the family. Many have carefully preserved this gift of his, 
and it has been of great help in compiling the present record. It would have 
been almost impossible to tabulate the family so completely, without its help. 

Four of his children are now (1923) living. Mrs. Susan W. Dearborn, 
of Olean, Mrs. Phoebe Josephene Rogers, of Chemung, Mr. Fred B. Georgia, 
of Olean, New York, and Mrs. Viola Freeman. of Du Bois, Pennsylvania. 
His children, grand and great-grandchildren now number one hundred and 
twenty-six. 


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FRED BURR GEORGIA 

Fred B. Georgia, son of Elijah Burr (5th) and Elizabeth (Butts) Georgia, 
was born August 26th, 1858. in the town of Elmira. New York. Ile was the only 
son of a family of nine children, that lived to grow up. One other son, Grant 
E., born in 1849, lived less than five months. 

He married Carrie Brewer, and they have two sons, Charles Arthur, and 
Earle B. Georgia. In 1882 he moved with his family to Olean, New York, 
and not long after entered the employ of the Erie Railway Company, and in 
1887 was made ticket agent at Olean. for that company. He has filled that 
position for 37 years and is still in the same place. To say that he has been 
a faithful and valued employee of that large corporation all these years, is 
to express it mildly. He possesses the characteristics of his family, honesty, 
sobriety and a love for his chosen occupation. 

His oldest son, Charles Arthur. was born at Southport, New York, in 
1887. He lives at East Oranue. New -Fetsey. 

Earle B. Georgia. the youngest son. was born in Olean, in 1894+. He en- 
listed with the 74th Regiment. Company G.. and went with the United States’ 
forces on that expedition to Mexico, just before the World War. Later he was 
in Company A, of the 87th Engineers. and was made Corporal at Camp Upton, 
New York, November 7th. 1915. Soon atter that. these troops were ordered to 
France and they were already on board of one of the large transports in New 
York harbor, ready to sail, when the Armistice was signed. IIe was honorably 
discharged at Camp Humphrey, Virginia, January Ist, 1919. 





FRED B. GEORGIA 
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THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


DIRECTORY—Section J 


BOOK ONE 


Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of Ettsant Burr (5th) 
and EvtzasetH Butts-Georcia. 


DEARBORN, 
ROGERS, 
GEORGIA, 
FREEMAN, 
BUCKLEY, 
BUCKLEY, 
BUCKLEY, 
COOKSEY, 
CCoKSEY, 
COOKSEY, 
COOKSEY, 
COOKSEY, 
BUCKLEY, 
BURKE, 
Rerr, 
POINDEXTER, 
FLETCHER, 
ROBERTSON, 
FLETCHER, 
FLETCHER, 
KEENE, 
BRICKMAN, 
BRICKMAN, 
BricKMAN, 
Brus, 
EDINGER, 
DELANEY, 
BEAMLEE, 
Dearsorn, 
Wuitsan, 
WuitMan, 
RocErs, 
WILLiass, 
CootBaccu, 
CooLBavcu, 
CooLBavcn, 
CootBaucu, 
Rocers, 
Jones, 
Roces, 


Sway, 


Mrs. Susan W. (Georgia) 


Mrs. Phoebe Josephene (Georgia) 


Fred B. 

Mrs. Viela E. (Georgia) 
Robert A. 

Carroll W. 

Clarence V. 

Forest G. 

Miss Ethel B. 

Miss Frances L. 

Miss Hazel M. 

Miss Lela Viola 
Thomas L. 

Mrs. Mary V. (Buckley) 
Mrs. Ruth A. (Buckley) 
Mrs. Anna L. (Buckley) 
George B. 

Mrs. Elsira T. (Fletcher) 
Charles H. 

William T. 


Mrs. Susan G. (Fleteher-Brickman) 


Conrad 
Carl 
Miss Nora 


Mrs. Elvira J. (Fietcher-Edinger, 


Miss Anna Bell 

Elmer F. 

Miles E. 

Miss Georgia 

Mrs. Mattie (Dearborn) 
Ray 

Richard Burr 


Mrs. Ada E. (Rogers-Coolbaugh) 


Roger L. 

Myron B. 

Roy B. 

Clair D. 

Ralph 8S. 

Mrs. Ruth M. (Rogers) 
Arthur F. 


Mrs. Esther Mae (Rogers) 


213 Center St. 


321 Tompkins St. 
619 Cestnut Ave. 


R. D. No. 1 
oe 

R. D. No. 1 

R. D. No. 1 


117 S. St. Asaph St. 


R. D. No. 35 


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119 S. Sixth St. 


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213 Center St. 


se 
University Club 
25 Liberty St. 


190 


Olean, N.Y 
Chemung, N. Y. 
Olean, N. Y. 
Du Bois, Pa. 
Clifton, Va. 

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Orange, Va. 

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Bluemont, Va. 
Clifton, Va. 
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Fairfax, Va. 
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Clifton, Va. 
Alexandria, Va. 
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Clifton, Va. 
Hadley, Pa. 
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Olean, N. Y. 
ae 
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Bridgeport, Conn. 
Waverly, N. Y. 
Chemung, N. Y. 

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Kidder, S. D. 
Chemung, N. Y. 


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JOHNSON, 
Norton, 
NorTON, 
CLARK, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
HEATH, 
FREEMAN, 
WILLIAMS, 


DIRECTOY~—Section J—Continued 


Mrs. Anna Viola (Perkins) 
Ralph V. 

Miss Edna H. 

Mrs. Ina EF. (Norton) 
Charles A. 

Earl B. 

Mrs. Mae Bell (Freeman) 
Louis Burr 

Charles M. 


66 Cleveland Place 


oe 


427 Exchange St. 


116 N. 16th St. 


321 Tompkins St. 
619 Chestnut Ave. 


oe 


191 


Wellsville, N.Y. 

Rochester, N. Y. 
se 

Rochester, N. Y. 

East Orange, N. J. 

Olean, N. Y. 

Du Bois, Pa. 


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Chemung, N. Y. 


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BOOK ONE 
Section J Page 1 
— 
Birth Pace | Famity Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
| 
Newfield, N. Y. Evian Burr Georela (Sth) | Oct. 7, 1823] Dee. 13, 1886) Parent 
| Married See Sec. O, Pane 2 
Van Etten EuizaBeTH Butts Oct. 5, 1Szi/ Jan. 30, 1891 
Children 
} ie. 
Barton, N. Y. | Extvira L. GEorGia *(114)| Nov. 13, 1843, Sept. 12, 1888 Grandparents 
Spencer Emity J. (7) June 17, 1845) June 17, 1913 See See. O, i - 
- 2 = sear! Great-grandparents 
South Stusax W. 8 Jet. 25, 1847 | ! . 
Southport | ionccaa (8) | Oc ) “| See Sec. O, Page 15 
x | Grant E. Oct. 6, 1849) Feb. 25, 1850 
“ | PHOEBE JOSEPHENE (9); June 5, 1851 | ' 
“a EsTe.e E. | Feb. 20, 1853 Jan. 10, 1920 
Elmira | ALice L. (12) | May 23,1855 Dee. 30, 1905 
« FLORENCE N. (13) } June 1, 1856 March 21, 1920. 
' 
a FRED B. (14) Aug. 26, 185s | 
ee hagas E. (144%) July T,, 186 | 
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| 1 i | 
B:rtH PLacr | Famiry Names | Born | D:ep ANCESTRY 
| | 
Barton, N. Y. Evvira L. Georgia | Nov. 13, 1843) Sept. 12, 1888 Parent 
| Married | | . See Sec. J, Pave 1 
THOMAS FLETCHER j Jan. 23, 184. April 11, 1915 
Children | | 
Elmira, N. Y. | EvGexta M. FLETCHER (2); April 4, 1862 Jan. 10, 1900 Grandparents 
se | Geonce B. (414) July 22, 1863 See Sec. J, Page 1 
a Emuty J. June 14, 1865 | _ Great-grandparents 
~ ‘ H M pa g| , See Sec. O, Page 2 
aicinaahiien aay (2, 1 : 2nd Great-grandparents 
a Lypia A. Dee. 1%, 1870. Dee. 19, 1870 See Sec. O, Page 11s 
Clifton, Va. Susan G. (514) Dee. 5, 1874 
e | Euvina J. (6%) Sept. 23, 1878 
ss Joun T. Sept. 23, 1878 Sept. 27, 1878 
7 Wituas T. Dee. 18, 1880, 
as LUCRETIA Aug. 23, 1882) Aug. 11, 1883 


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BirtH Prace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| : 
| | 
Elmira, N. Y. | EuGeNta M, FLETCHER | April 4, 1862/ Jan. 10, 1900) Parent 
Married | | See Sec. J, Page 11; 
Clifton, Va. Ropert A. BUCKLEY i April 23, 185s 
Children | 
Clifton BertHA V. BUCKLEY *(214) ; Oct. 8, 1883) Sept. 16, 1911) Grandparents 
| See See. J, Page ity 
“ Tuomas L. (3)| May 26, 1885 
Great-grandparents 
os Mary V. (314)! Feb. 23, 1887 See See. J, Page 1 
“ Retu A. (4) | March 18, 1892! 2nd Great-grandparents 
i | See Sec. O, Paye + 
ss ANN cE March 31, 1894 
. ieee (#) | aia 3rd Great-grandparents 
es CARROLL W. April 20, 1896 See Sec. O, Page it 
ss CLARENCE V. Dee. 18, 1898 
Page 215 
B:rtH PLace | Famity Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
= | 
| | | 
Clifton BertHa V. BUCKLEY , Oct. 8, 1883 | Sept. 16, 1911) Parent 
Married See Sec. J, Page 2 
Forest G. Cooksey {Jan 19, 1878 
Children | 
ee Herman L. CooKsEy May 8, 1901 Dead Grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 7 
“ae 
Erue. B. Feb. 13, 1903 Great-grandparents 
‘ See Sec. J, Page 1% 
- Francis L. Nov. 28, 1904 
2nd Great-grandparents 
” Hazen M. Jan. 31, 1906 See Sec. J, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
a Leta VIOLA Feb. 1, 1908 See Sec. O, Page 2 


4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 


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| 
BirtH PLAcE | Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | | 
Clifton, Va. | THoMas L. Buckley | May 26, 1835 | Parent 
Married | See Sec. J, Page 2 
Paris, Va. Datsy M. FLEMMENS Jai; 3933; ~ 
Children | 
Clifton EvGenia B. BucKLEY April 5, 1913} Grandparents 
| See Sec. J, Page 2 
Bluemont Roserr W. Merch 6, 1914} G 
ireat-grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 1, 
us Rocer D. June 8, 1915 sales ible: 
2nd Great-grandparents 
ae HELEN W. Nov. 28, dell See Sec. J, Page i 
zz ; 3rd Great-grandparents 
Joun T. Sept. 21, 1919) See Sec. O, Page 2 
| | 4th Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 11/2 
Page 3% 
' ‘ \ | i 
Birth Pace Famity Names \ Born Diep ' ANCESTRY 
| \ 
Clifton, Va. Mary V. BUCKLEY Feb. 23, 1887 Parent 
Married See Sec. J, Page 2 
JuLIAN L. BuRKE April 5, 1878 
Children 
Clifton Russet T. BuRKE Sept. 15, 1906 Grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 2 
se Ropert O. Nov. 16, 1913 
Great-grandparents 
“ Jeuan W. Jan. 3, 1921 See Sec. J, Page 1ip 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 1 


3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 


4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 





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BirtH PLace Famity Names Born Diep © ANCESTRY 
ee EEE ene 
Clifton, Va. RutH A. BucKLey March 18, 1892 Parent 
Married See Sec. J, Page 2 


ALBERT T. RUFF 


Children 


Pittaburgh, Pa. Bumabere RGF Noy. 30, 1913 Grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 2 
Clifton, Va. ALICE Feb. 22, 1916 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 1% 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Puge 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


Clifton Annie L. BUCKLEY March 31, 1894 Parent 
Married See Sec. J, Page ? 
LEO POINDEXTER 


Children 


Page 414 


BirtH PLACE Famity NaMes | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Se oo 
Elmira, N. Y. GeorGce B. FLETCHER July 22, 1863 Parent 

Married See Sec. J, Page 1%, 
Lacy HAVENS 
Children 
Extvira T. FLETCHER *(5)|July 12, 1888 Grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 1', 
: WiuuiaM T. (2nd) (5)|Dee. 23, 1891 Great-grandparents 


See Sec. J, Page 1 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 


See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


| 3rd Great-grandparents 


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Great-grandparents 
See sec. J, Page 113 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 14/2 


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Section J Page 5 
— ! 1 
BirtH Pace | Famity Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| | of 
Euvira T. FLETCHER | July 2, 1888 Parent 
Married | See Sec. J, Page 44 
Ricuarp L. ROBERTSON May 4, 1882 | 
Children 
ALBERT L, ROBERTSON Aug. lv, 1917 Grandparents 
Ricuarp E. l July 2, 1920 See Sec. J, Page 41/5 





Wituiam T. FLuercHer (2nd)/Dee. 23, 1891 | Parent 


eee 


Married See Sec. J, Page 44/2 
OcEXIa —————- 
Children | 
GEORGE FLETCHER April 3, 1916 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren above. 
Page 5!2 
BirtH PLAce Famity Names Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
Clifton, Va. Susan G. FLETCHER Dee. 5, 1874 Parent 
Married See Sec. J, Page 11/2 
Germany. CHARLES BBICKMAN April 8, 1868 
Fairfax Children 
Ct. House, Va.| Coxrap BricKMAN *(6)| March 4, 1896 Grandparents 
Manssas CaRL Oct. 30, 1897 See Sec. J, Page i'/> 
Jekyl, Ga. HERMAN Dec. 2, 1898/June 4, 1899 oo. 
See Sec. J, 
“ May June 12, 1900} Jan. 25, 1903] 9 + Groat rrondinn, 
3 3 M 2nd Great-grandparents 
Nora Feb. 13, 1902 See Sec. O, Page 2 


3rd Great-grandparents 


S s J 
Second Marriage ne ee: Gs Bae 


to 
Burkes, Va. MarsHALL KEENE Jan. 6, 1887 


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BirtH PLACE | Famiry Names , Born Diep ANCESTRY 
Fairfax | ; 
Court House, Va. | cosr: AD BRICKMAN | March 4, 1896) Parent 
} - 
| Married : See Sec. J, Page 5% 
Manssas MaBEL. ——————- Jan. 8, 1899: 
} 
Children | 
Alexandria, Va. Epwarp BricKMAN | Nov. Ea aa Dee. 20, 1920 Grandparents 
21/5 
“ MARGARET Dee. 11, 1917 Hee See. Jy Fage-di, 
| | Great- ‘grandparents 
*¢ Dov6Las Dee. 15, 1919 See Sec. J, Page 1", 
2nd Great-grandparents 
' | See Sec. J, Page 1 
3r] Great-grandparents 
See Sec, O, Page ? 
4th Great-grandparents 
1 | See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
| 
| | F 
| | 
Page 614 
i ; 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names Born D:ep ANCESTRY 
Clifton Exvira J. FLETCHER Sept. 23, 1s73| Parent 


Married 
Samvet O. EDINGER 


See Sec. J, Puge 1 


Clarion, Pa. Aug. 11, ee 3, 1903 | 
Jan. 23, 1903 Grandparents 


Childrep 
Clintonville Anna BELL EDINGER 
See Sec. J, Page 1/2 
Great-grandparents 
Second Marriage See Sec. J, Page 1 
to 2nd Great-grandparents 
Salem, Pa. FreD W. BrusH April 3, 1861 See Sec. O, Page 2 


3rd Great-granidparents 


Children See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


EstHer E. Brusu Nov. 13, 1906 
July 21, 1908 
Feb. 17, 1910 


Oct. 3, 1913 


Dorotuy M. 
Tuomas L. 
Rutu L. 


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Section J Page 7 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born | Dito | ANCESTRY 
| | 
Spencer, N. ¥. EmtLy J. GEORGIA Ps 17, 1845 June 17, 1913, Parent 
Married | | | See Sec. J, Page 1 
Elmira, N. Y. HeNry DELANEY 1833 | 1872! 
| | 
Children | 
Clifton, Va. Emer F, DELANEY Mareh 25, 1872 Grandparents 
| See Sec. J, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 


Second Marriage 
to 


See Sec. O, Page 2? 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 











Delhi, N. Y. Harmon W. BRAMLEE June 22, 1847 
Children 
Centerville, Va. Mites E. BRAMLEE (*714)! Dee. 13, 1881! \ 
Page 7% 
BrrtH PLace | Famiry Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Centerville MILFs E. BRAMLEE | Dee. 13, 1881 Parent 
Married | See Sec. J, Page 7 
Grace A. BEARD ;June 4, 1881: Dee 21, sei 
Children | | | 
Allentown, Wis. PEARL M. BRAMLEE | June 29, _— Grandparents 
Fond du Lae, Wis.| Warren M. March 6, = See Sec. J, Page 7 
Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. J, Page 1 
Second Marriage 2nd Great-grandparents 
to | | See Sec. O, Paye 2 
Lenaconing, Md. | AGNES V. SHaw Dee. 17, eal 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. U, Page 1'/, 
Children | 
Olean, N. Y. Rospert M. BrRaMLEE | Dee. 10, 1921' Dee. 18, 1921 
§ SsuLexe VERNA |Dee. 4, 


1922. | 


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Section J Page 8 
| ; | “. 
BirtH PLAce | Famity Names { Born Diep ANCESTRY 
Southport, N. Y. Susan W. GEORGIA | Oct. 25, S47) Parent 
Married } See Sec. J, Page 1 
Spencer EpwIn J. DEARBORN inn 12, 1843, Feb. 15, 1906 
Children | | 
Waverly MatTTiIE DEARBORN *(8l,)} April 23, 1865 Grandparents 
de GEORGIA Feb. 3, sia | See Sec. J, Page 1 
| Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Page 814 
j i 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
Waverly MatTrie DEARBOKN April 23, 1865 Parent 
Married : See Sec. J, Page 8 
WILLIAM WHITMAN Noy. 16, 1860] Jun. 17, 1914 
Children 
Waver! Epwix WHITMAN (814) | June — 8, 1885 Grandparents 
cee CLARE Sept. 28, 1887 See Sec. J, Page 8 
25 alo RAG Sept. 15, 1889 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
Sce Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
| See See. O, Page 11, 
Waverly Epwin’ WHITMAN June §, 1885 Parent 
Married A See Sec. J, Page 8 
Olean NELLIE SAVAGE Sept. 17, 1889 
Children 
os WIiLiiamM WHITMAN Aug. 9, 1909 Grandparents 
“ DonaLpD Feb. 23, 1912 See Sec. J, Page 8% 


Great-grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 8 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page 11/2 





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BirtH Pace | 


Famiry Names 


——$—$—$<—$_ $$ 


Southport, N. Y. 


Chemung 





PHOERE J. GEeonGia 
Married 
Mites L. Recers 


Children 
Rose GeorGta ROGERS 


RaLpPH 3. 
RicuarpD Burr 
Reutu M. 
ARTHIR F. 
Mites: L.,. JR. 
EstHer May 


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Chemung 


“ 


| 


Faxiiy Names 


Apa E. ReGers 
Married 
Max M. CcoorBavGH 


Children 
Recer L. CooLcBavGH 
Myron B. 
Roy B. 
CLarre D. 


Seeond Marriage 
to 
WALTER WILLIAMS 


Children 
CHarLes M. WILLtaMs 

















Section J Page 9 
| Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
|June 3, 1351 | i Parent 
} j | See See. J, Page | 
‘Jan. 22, 1849! Jan, 7, 1920 
| | | 
May 26, 1875) July — 18, 1S78: Grandparents 
Oct. 3, 1876! ‘See Sec. J, Page 1 
| July 31, 1s7s! | Great-grand parents 
(10) { Aug. 20, 1881} ' See See. O, Page ? 
(1013); May = 29, 1ss3) _2nd Great-grandparents 
(11) | June = 13, I8s8} | See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
July 9, Isss' July 14, 1585 
(1114) | May 18, 1891) Sept. 12, 191s 
' | } 
| | | 
' 
| | | 
| | 
| | 
|. | | 
Page 91; 
| Born | D:ev | ANCESTRY 
! 
| Ovt. 3, 1876" Parent 
| | See Sec. J, Page 9 
June 25, 1877 | | 
| 
| { 
‘Oct. 13, 1902 | 1 Grandparents 
| Jan. 12, 1904} | See See. J, Page 9 
; June 2, 1905 | | Great-grandparents 
|May 26, 1907; See Sec. J, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandparnets 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 
April 27, 1891 
| 
March 21, 1920) April 1929 


yp a es 


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BirtH PLaAce Famity Names | Born # Diep | ANCESTRY 
fe ol 
— | 
Chemung, N. Y. Ricuarp Burr ReGers Aug. 20, 1881 Parent 
Married al See Sec. J, Page 9 
ELIZABETH WORDEN [soe 2, 4 
Children 
Chemung ELizaBeTH A. ROGERS July 7, 1909 Grandparents 
7 See Sec. J, Paye 9 
““ RicHakp B., Jr. July 27, 1910 Great-grandparents 
See See. J, Page 1 
~ xs 2 » * 
ee * pre Bly ae 2nd Great-grandparents 
« Lituray M. Aug. 22, 1913 See Sec. O, Page 2 
| ord Great-grandparents 
Waverly Harcip B. March 22, 1920| March 29, 1920| See Sec. O, Page 1% 
3 | 
ee .|Ipa D. Nina Sept. 30, 1921 
| | 
{ 
‘ 
| j 
. Page 10%, 
| om 
BirtH Pace Famity Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| ; | 
Chemung | RutH M. RcGers | May 29, 1883 Parent 
Married See Sec. J, Page 9 
Lockwood JAMES M. JONES Nou, 27, | 
"Children | ! 
N. Chemung JOSEPHENE M. JONES June 15, 1909 Grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 9 
#6 FLoreNcE M. Oct. 14, 1910 Great-grandparents 
Ch Sous 6 x 2 See Sec. J, Page ! 
hemung OHN W. Sept. 3, 1912 2nd Great-grandparents 
et Mixwre L. Nov. 20, 1914 Ren See. O,.Roge' 2 
| 3rd Great-granparents 
ee Maser M. Dec. 24, 1915| May 29, 1919] See Sec. O, Page Il 
as Bessie A. | Oct. 10, 1917 





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Section J Page 11 
‘ 
Birth PLace Fasuty Naes | Born 4 Diep ANCESTRY 
anes | 
Chemang, N. Y. ARTHUR F. RoGers aie 13, 1886 Parent 
Married | See Sec. J, Page 9 


Epxa ACKER Dee. 24, ISSS 

















Children 
Waverly WaYNeE A. ROGERS Jan. 7, 1914 Grandparents 
< \ See Sec. J, Page 9 
Chemung en a June 3, 1919 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page 1% 
: Page llle 
ranean 
Birth PLacr Famcity Names } Born - D:ep ANCESTRY 
| : \ 
Chemung EsTHER Mae ROGERS Fitay 16, 1891! Sept. 12, 1918 Parent 
Married j See Sec. J, Page 9 
ss Ray K. Swain June 26, I8S6 
Children 
ae Inez Raz Swain i 9, 1909 Grandparents 
See Sec, J, Page 9 
i ° , § 
“ GeorcE E. Feb. 23, 1911 Cieat-geanlparcute 
ee EpNA MAE April 4, 1913 See Sec. J, Page 1 


H 2nd Great-grandparents 
a CLIFFORD W. April 17, 1917) See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Page 1% 


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2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


ii Ivan W. May 30, 1911! 
ae PEULAH A. April 23, 1916 | 
we Estuer E. June 27, 1918) 
“ | Lester E. | June 27, 1918 | 





Section J : Page 12 
BrmtH PLaAce | Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
Elmira, N. Y. ALICE L. GEORGIA | May = 23, 1855, Dee. 20, 1905, Parent 
Married | \ | See See. J, Page 1 
Westport, Ont. | E. H. PERKINS | Feb. 16, 1858; May = 16, 1908 
Children 
eo ee wae r pene tif TS hve 35 Grandparents 
‘arrolton, N. ¥. | ANNA Vora PERKINS *(121,)} March 9, 1885 I 8 
mais See Sec. J, Page 1 
“ Fred LEE May 17, 18s6| May 17, 1886 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
{ 
t 
Page 121: 
BirtH PLACE, Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
H } | 
Carrolton | ANNA VIOLA PERKINS | March 9, 1885 Parent 
Married | See Sec. J, Page 1? 
Wellsville iJ. W. JOHNSON | Oct. 11, 18751 { 
i ! 
Children | | 
Wellsville Lexa M. JonNson = (Re‘ow) | April 23, 1905 | | Grandparents 
“ Irwin L. ‘ | April 23, 1905 | See Sec. J, Page 12 
$s ALICE L. | Aug. 9, 1906 | Great-grandparents 
ne Burerp T. | June 6, 1949 | See Sec. J, Page 1 
| 
| 
| 


' 
Lena M. JoHNSON | 








Married 
Oswego, Pa. PETER THOMAS COLE | Oct. 23, 1898 | 
| { 
| Children | 
Wellsville, N.Y. | Anice ARLEE COLE June 13, 1924! 


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| | | 
BirtH Piace | Famity Names Born ' Diep ANCESTRY 
| | | 
| ! 
Elmira, N. Y. FLORENCE N. GEORGIA | Sune 1, 1356| Mareh 21, 1920 Parent 
Married See Sec. J, Page 1 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Epwarp Norton July 10, 1846) April 20, 1901 
Children 
ama, N. ¥ By NX q #1314) | six 
Panama, N. Y. Rap V. Norton (13%) | pep, 14, 1893 Grandparents 
. . = P 2 See Sec. J, Page 1 
Wellsville Ixa E. 13% 20, 1896 te 
. : , Aug. 20, 1596 Great-grandparents 
Buffalo Epxa H. Aug. 20 er See Sec. O, Page ? 
‘ 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11 
Page 13% 
BrtH PLace | Famity Names | Born D:ep ANCESTRY 
| 
1 
| ! | 
Panama, N. Y. Raven V. Nortox | Feb. 14, 1893 | Parent 
Married See Sec. J, Page 13 
Rochester Littiaxn M. Scuwinp ; June 3, 1894 
Children | 
ns Raipu V. Norton, Jr. June 15, 1918} Feb. 15, 1919} Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren below. 
Wellsville [xa E. Nortox {| Aug. 20, 1396 Parent 
Married | : See Sec. J, Page 13 
Wallingford, Ct. AgtTHur G. CLARK ; Sept. 12, 1890 
Children 
Rochester, N. ¥. | Basy CLarK May 11, 1917| May 11, 1917 Grandparents 
al LorEN Dee. 29, 1918 See See. J, Page 13 
ssi FLorENCE B. .| Aug. 30, 1920 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandpurents 
See Sec. O, Paye 2 
3rd Great-gran|parents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 


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Famiry Names 


{ Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 





FRED B. GeorGia 
Married 
Ithaca Carrie A, BREWER 


Elmira, N. Y. 


Children 


Smethport, Pa. C, ARTHUR GEORGIA 
Olean, N. Y. Ear_e B. 


C. ARTHUR GEORGIA 
Married 
Portville ETHEL P. Merwin 


Children 


E. Orange, N. J. | GERTRUDE M. GEORGIA 
ne JAMES F. 


EarLe B, GEorGia 
Married 








Parent 
See Sec. J, Page 1 


Aug. 26, 1858 


July 17, _ 





Dec. 26, 


1 Grandparents 
June 30, 1894 


| See Sec. J, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Page 2 

2nd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


Dee. 26, 1881 


\ 
| | Parent 
See Sec. J, Page 14 
; 31, 1880 | 


Nov. 1, 1905 
Nov. 22, 1919 


Grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 14 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. J, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 


| June 30, 1894 











Pembrook, XN. Y. | EpNA B. LAKE July 22, 1899 See Sec. O, Page 12 
Children 
Page 1414 
BirtH PLace | Famity NAMES Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
Elmira, N. Y. Viota E, Grorcia July 7, 1862 | Parent 
Married See Sec. J, Page 1 
Wellsville Lewis E. FREEMAN Jan. , 1860) Sept. 5, 1912) 
Childre 
State Line — 


Mills, Pa.}| Mae Bett FREEMAN 
Wellsville, N. ¥. | Lours Burr 


Maze BELLE FREEMAN 
Married 
Liberty, Pa. Dox J. HEATH 
ae Se ae | OLR ERED See ee, Saree ee eee 


Feb. 15, 1884 Grandparents 
July 25, 1891) See Sec. J, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/, 
March 9, 1878 


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Tartar ore 


This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
Wittiam W. anp Mart, (DEARBORN) GEORGIA. 


Directory and ITistorical Account. 





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WILLIAM W. GEORGIA 


William W. Georgia, son of Miles and Sally (North) Georgia, was born 
in the town of Newfield, New York, January 10th, 1825. 

After the death of his mother, which occurred when he was about eight 
years of age. he went to live with a family named Beers, and later with Dr. 
William G, Georgia, an own cousin. 

He was married November 18th, 1860, to Maria E. Dearborn. daughter of 
Rev. Mark and Eleeta Dearborn, Spencer, New York, by the Rev. G. W. Hunt- 
ley. They took up their residence just outside the city of Elmira, about one 
mile over Water Cure Hill. They lived there three years, during which time 
their oldest son, David Lamont. was born. Then they moved to 1006 East 
Avenue, Elmira. where five mere children were born, the youngest, Archie 
M., dying in infancy. 

At the time of his marriage, he with his brother. Elijah Burr Georgia, 
were engaged in the lumber business at Elmira. During the Civil War he fol- 
lowed his trade of cabinet maker. 

He was honest and upright in all his obligations. ever ready to help his 
friends, and was possessed of a very kind and cheerful dispesition, trusted and 
esteemed by all who knew him. 

His death oceurred April 1st. 1890, in Spencer, and he is buried in the 
family plot. in Evergreen Cemetery. 

By his daughter, Hattie Georct. 


DIRECTORY-—Section K 
BOOK ONE 


Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of WU§LLIAM 
Maria (DeéarBoRN) GEorGIA. 


GzorGia, Paul W. 908 Hulet St. Horseheads, N. Y. 
GeorGia, La Monte ef es 

Grorcta, Charles M. 101 East 30th St. Wilmington, Dela. 
GEorGIA, Miss Hattie B. iad “ 
MUHLHAUSEN, Mrs. Wilma (Georgia) P. O. Box 117 Claymont, Dela. 
BalLey, Mrs. Erma C, (Georgia) Tuxedo Park Newport, Dela. 
GeorGta, William E. 1506 Van Buren St. Wilmington, Dela. 
Grorcta, Miss Thelma 101 East 30th St. ts 


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BOOK ONE 
Section K Page 1 
Birth PLace | Fasury Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| | , 
| | | 
Newfield, N.Y. | Wittiam W. Georgia Jan. 10, 1825; April 2, 1890 Parent 
Married | See Sec. O, Page 2 
Maria E, DEARBORN Dee. 22, 1838; May = 16, 1895 
Children 
Elmira Davip Lamont GeorGia *(115)] July 17, 1862) May 27, 1924 Grandparents 
“ NETTIE S. (2)| June 28, 1864' June 6, 1912 See See. O, Page 2 
Fr Hatne B Sept > 1867! Great-grandparents 
a a > ° 4, 150, , 
i See Sec. O, Page 11 
«“ CHARLES M. (2%) ] Oct. 2, 1872) ¥ eens 
“ Winuiam E. (314) } July 19, 1877 | 
“ ARCHIE Mark Nov. 10, 1881! July 30, 1882 
| 
Page 115 
l ' 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
Elmira D. LamMonxt GEORGIA July 17, 1862) May 27, 1924 Parent 
Married See Sec. K, Page 1 
Spencer CARRIE WHEELER Oct. 25, 1866] C-t. 24, 1921 
Children | 
Horseheads Pact W, GEORGIA (Below) Nov. 11, 1889 Grandparents 
“ LEONA Oct. 20, 1891] June 17, 1906} See Sec. K, Page 1 
a La Moste (2)| Jan. 22, 1896 Geneh-grendparesis 
See’ Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
= Pavt W. GEorGIA 
Married 
DELIA CLARK March 26, 1881 
Children 


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Gate «dead | ee 
BirtH PLACE | ~  Famiry Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
Horseheads, N. Y. tan MONTE, GEORGIA June 22, 1896! Parent 
Married | See Sec. K, Page 1% 
Lina HAMILTON June 10, 1894} 
Children 
Elmira NETTIE S. GEORGIA June 28, 1864) June 6, 1912 | Parent 
Married x | See Sec. K, Page 1 
Spencer ALBERT L. SCHOFIELD Nov 6, 1865} | 
' . 
| Children | | 
¥h j Sanonen SCHOFIELD *(21% )) Feb. 8, 1892. Qct. VW, petinel | Grandparents 
us RoNALp April 14, 1905 July 17, — See Sec. A, Page 1 
\ ! Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page ? 
2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1'/2 
| 
| H ; 
Page 21. 
| ' 
BirtH PLACE | Famity Names H Born Dien ANCESTRY 
| | 
| 
Spencer strane SCHOFIELD Feb. 8, 1892) Oct. 17, 1918 Parent 
Married See Sec. K, Page ? 
ERNEST VaN ATTA 
No children ' 
Elmira CHARLES M. GrorGta | Oct. 2, 1872 Parent “ 
VWarried 7 See Sec. K, Page 1 
Canton, Pa. Cora May Younc | July 9, 1876, Nov. 25, 1905 
| 
Chi | 
- - omen ee ‘A - Grandparents 
Waverly, N. Y. Witma H. GEORGIA (3); Nov. 26, 1897 Sex Hon: 3, Bicax 2 
Elmira Erma (. (3) {June 20, 1901 Cais acu 
Wilmington, Del. | THELMa [. (3%) Aug. 13, 1904 xp pain Gene 5 
P 2nd Great-grandparents 
; Second Marriage See Sec. O, Page 11 
Gilbertsville, N. Y.| CHarcotre E. Gray Oct. 15, 1869 








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, | i t 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
Waverly, N. Y. Witma H. Georgia ‘Nov. 26, 1897 Parent 
| Married | See See. K, Page 2% 
Wilmington, Del. , Duxspar B. MUHLHAUSEN March 24, 189s! 
Children | 
| 
Elmira, N. Y. Erma C. Grercia | June 20, 1901 Parent 
Married H See Sec. K, Page 2% 
Georse M. BAtey Jan. 21, 1891 
Children | 
' 
Page 3% 
BirtH Pace Famity Names ; Born D:ep ANCESTRY 
| | | 
Wilmington, Del. o THELMA I. GeorGIa Aug. 13, 1904! Parent 
| Married | See Sec. K, Page 2%, 
JostaHk P. FECULD 
Children | 
Jostaun P. FEouLb, Jr. ‘Dee. 16, 1923) Grandparents 
See Sec. K, Page 2", 
H Great-grandparents 
} See Sec. K, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Paye i'/, 
eye cea 
Elmira, N.Y. , Witttam E. Geordia July 19, 1877 Parent 


| Married 
KaTeE SUMMERS 


Children 
Waverly (CHAPLES M. GeorGta Jan. 15, 1896. Oct. 25, 1909 Grandparents 
See Sec. K, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Paye 1'/ 


a 


210 


See Sec. K, Page 1 








July 22, 1876 | 


SECTION L—Book ONE. 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
CHARLES AND SALLy (GEORGIA) BELLIS. 


Directory and Ilistoriecal Account. 





SALLY GEORGIA-BELLIS 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


SALLY GEORGIA-BELLIS 


Sally Georgia, was the daughter of Miles and Sally (North) Georgia, and 
was born in the town of Newfield. New York, August 10th, 1526. She was 
the twelfth child of her parents, and was born under the same roof that her 
13 brothers and sisters were. Her mother died when she was 5 years old, leav- 
ing six children older than she, and two younger. at home. Five of the oldest 
children were then married and keeping house. David and Homer were the 
two young boys left, David being three years old, and Homer three months. 
The father married again one year later. 

In 1843, Sally married Charles Bellis. a farmer. and went to housekeeping 
on a farm in the town of Danby, where they lived a few years and then moved 
to a farm in the town of Ithaca. Tere they lived for 20 years. About 1865 
they moved to a farm in the town of Newtield. where they spent the remainder 
of their days. One of the younger sons, Edyar S., now owns and lives on this 
farm. In 1844 their oldest child, Harriett. was born. Morgan was born .in 
1848, and Helen in 1849. Later six more children came, Henry the youngest, 
in 1865, making 9 in all. <All of these children married. except George, who 
died at two vears of age, and Edgar. Harriett died March 25th. 1922. The 
others are now (1924) living. None of Sally's children had large families, 
and there are only 7 grand. and 6 vreat-grandchildren now living. 

Sally's children are widely scattered. Helen, who married John C. Thomp- 
son, lives in Newfield village, Morgan A. in Everett. Washington, Henry B. 
in Sequim, Washington, which is in the very northwest corner of the United 
States of America. Court and William live in Ithaca, and Edgar in the town 
of Newfield. 

Sally died August 23rd. 1894, and is buried in King’s Cemetery, town of 
Ithaca. Her husband, Charles Bellis, lived 12 years after she died, and is buried 
in the same cemetery. 


LESLIE C. BELLIS 


Lesile C. Bellis, son of Court and Emma (Ilyres) Bellis. enlisted for serv- 
ice in the World War, August Ist, 1917, in the 23rd Infantry, 2nd Division. 
He was sent to France, September 6th, 1917. and was in seven of the largest 
battles of that war. Some of these engagements were at Verdun, Chatteau 
Thierry, St. Mihiel, and Argonne Muse. It was the 2nd Division that stopped 
the Germans at Belleau Wood, Chatteau Thierry, when they were the nearest 
to Paris. It was at this fight that he was vassed. Ie was with the American 
Army of Occupation, in Germany, about seven months, and at the end of his 
service he returned to his home in Ithaca, New York. 


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DIRECTOR Y—Section L 
BOOK ONE 





Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of CHarLEs and Say 
(GeorGia) BELLIs. 


BELLIS, Morgan A. 1602 Wetmore Ave. Everett, Wash. 
BELLIS, Miss Lena May He ue 
THOMPSON, Mrs. Helen (Bellis) R. D. Newfield, N. Y. 
BELLIS, William Ithaca, N. Y. 
BELLIS, Glen L. me 

BELLIS, - Charles A. bs 
DAHMEN, Mrs. Ruby E. (Bellis) ad 

BELLIS, Court 222 S. Cayuga St. ag" 

BELLIS, B. Lamont Clarks Summitt, Pa. 
BELLIS, Leslie C. 222 S. Cayuga St. Ithaca, N. Y. 
BELLIS, Henry B. R; D. No, 2 Sequim, Wash. 
BELLIs, Miss Grace pas ey 

BELLIS, Daniel D. ae ae 

BELLIS, Edgar S. Newfield, N. Y. 


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Section L Page 1 
BintH Piace Famiry Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
| | 
Newfield, N. Y. SALLY GEORGIA Aug. 10, S26! Aug. 23, 1894 Parent 
' Married | i See Sec. O, Page 2 
Ithaca CHARLES BELLIS 'Feb, 12, 1812) Murch 29, 1906! 
i | 
! 1 
Children | 
Ithaca | Harner BELLIS *(1l,) Sept. 25, 1844 March 25, 1922 Grandparents 
ee } MorGanx A. (2); Jan. IS, 184s | See Sec. O, Page + 
eS | HELEN (2) Sept. 12, 1849 | Great-grandparents 
{ See Sec. If, 
“ | Wintiam (213) Jan. 1S, 1852 | Bee See. O, Pape 1% 
“ CHARLES A. (212) April 20, 1854 | 
ee GEorGE D, Sept. 2, 1856 Oct. 15, 1858 | 
“ Court (3) Oct. 18, 1859 | 
re Epcar S. | Feb. 2, 1861 
Re | Hexry B. (3)) Feb. 27, 1865 ' 
i ‘ H 
| | 
Page 114 
BirtH Pace | Fairy Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| | j 
Ithaca Hareretr Betis i Sept. 25, 1844 March 25, 1922! Parent 
Married See Sec. L, Page 1 
Van Etten DanreL Brooks | 1825 April 22, = 
| ‘ 
Children i | 
Spencer LesiiE Coy Brooks ' Sept. 30, 1886 Oct. 1, 1886; Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| dren on Page 2. 
Seeond Marriage | 
to 
James GRIFFIN | | | 
No children 
1 ‘< | 
| 
| 
| . | | 
| | 
| | 3 
| | i 


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Section L Page 2 
BirtH PLace Famiry Names 1 Born ' Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
: be 
Ithaca, N. Y. Mondan A. BELLIS Jan, 18, 1848 Parent 
| Married See See. L, Page 1 
ee ; Detta Leonarp { 
Children 
. | Lexa May BELLIs April 15, 1881 | Ancentess Same as child 
below. 
| | 
ce HELEN BELLIS Sept. 12, 149 | Parent 
i Married See Sec. L, Page 1 
a Jonx C, THOMPSON ; Aug. 10, 1548 : 
Se Children | | 
Danby Perry E. THOMPSON Oct. 10, Isvr: Aug. 18, 1879 | Grandparents 
j See Sec. L, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
{ See Sec. O, Page 2 
| | 2nd Great-grandchildren 
| See See. O, Page 142 
Page 245 
se i 
' ‘i 
BetH Piace Fairy Names | Born Diep J ANCESTRY 
' 
Ithaca, N. Y. WiLtiaM BELLIs | sa, 1s, 1s52 | ! Parent 
Married | See Sec. L, Page 1 
Newfield | Mary LaMPKIN | 1871| Jan. 1, 1911} 
: Children | 
Ithaca GLENN L. BELLIS (4), Aug. 11, 1595 Ancestry: Same as child 
above. 
sf CHARLES A. BELLIS j April 20, 1854 Parent 
Married | See Sec. L, Page 1 
ae Harriet A. Davis 1856 
Children 
oe Rusy E. Be.uis (4) | Feb. 8, 1886 Ancestry: Same as child 
above. 


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Section L Page 3 
i eee = 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Ithaca, N. Y. Court BELLIs Oct. 1S, 1854 | Parent 
Married See Sec. L, Page 1 
Spencer Emma D. Hyres Dee. 11, 1863) 
Children | 
Newfield B. Lamont BELLts *(344) | Jan. . 6, 1882 Grandparents 
Ithaca LESLIE C. June 16, 1890 See See. L, Page f 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Paue 1% 
Ithaca Hesxry B. BELLIs Feb. 27, 1865 Parent 
Married See Sec. L, Page 1 
Hevtex F. Roctes Feb. 18, 1866) 
Children 
‘e Grace BELLIS (444) | Sept. 25, 1885 | ey Same as chil- 
se Daniet D. (3144)| April 18, 1891 dren above. 
‘ Page 3% 
B:rtH PLACE Famcry Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Newfield B. Lamont BELLIs Jan. 6, 1882 Parent 
Married Sce Sec. L, Page 3 
Spencer Errie C. Mcsuer May 25, 1881 
Children 
Newark, N. J. Ipett H. BELLIS July 17, 1905 Grandparents 
See Sec. L, Page 3 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. L, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
Ithaca, N. Y. Daxter D. BELLIS April 18, 1891 Parent 
Married See Sec. L, Page 3 
CLaza HaGepoRN Nov. 10, 1891 
Children Ancestry: Same as child 
Ciype H. Beutis Feb. 20, 1917 above. 





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Section L Page 4 
BirtH ~Pvace Famity Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Ithaca, N. Y. GLexyn L. BELLIS Aug. 11, aie Parent 
Married See Sec. K, Page 2% 
Children 
WILLIAM BELLIS Ancestry: Same as chil- 
Mary den below. 
Ithaca Ruspy E. BELuis Feb. 8, 1886 Parent 
Married See Sec. L, Page 21/2 
New York City Ernest A. DAHMEN 
Children 
Ithaca Ernest A. DAHMEN, JR, Oct. 2, 1915 Grandparents 
s Hexry B. Mareh 30, 1913 See Sec. L, Page 2%, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. L, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/5 
Page 4% 
BrTH PLAce | Famety Names | Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
Ithaca Grace BELLIS Sept. 25, 1885 Parent 
; Married See Sec. L, Page 3 
Joux DauNncey 
Children 
VirGIntas DAUNCEY Died in infancy 





DAVID N. GEORGIA 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
Davip NortH AND Lovina (FoRTNER) GEORGIA. 


tee ee 
roc es ect ee eee 
See et a ee 


Directory and Historical Account. 





ANDREW F. GEORGIA BURTON 8. GEORGIA 


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Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of Davip N. and Lovins 





DAVID NORTH GEORGIA 


David N. Georgia, son of Miles and Sally Georgia, was born at Newfield, 
Tompkins County, New York, June 16th. Is2s. He was next to the youngest 
of fourteen children. Jlis boyhood was spent with his parents until he was 
eight or nine years old. Ife had very little opportunity to vo to school. Before 
he was ten pears of ave he was bound out to Lewis Fortner, who owned a farm 
and kept a tavern on the old turnpike road, from Ithaca to Catskill. Liquor 
was freely sold in those days. and whether it was his early training. er his 
seeing its effect on others, or the keepine power of the Lord, I never knew. 
However, he was wise enough to let it alone. He did use tobacco, but in 1876, 
he quit that and never used it again. 

When about twenty years of age, his brother, Orson Georgia, wanted him 
to come to Croton, (now Treadwell) work for him and learn the carpenter's 
trade. He bought off the remainder of his time and started with seventy- 
five dollars in his pocket. On the way he lost his pocket book and never found 
it, although he went back and looked for it. He married Lovina J. Fortner, 
of Dryden, Tompkins County. They lived at Croton, on a small farm. kept 
a few cows and worked at his trade. When their children were old enough to 
help, he traded his place in Croton, for a farm in West Meredith. where he 
lived until the time of his death, September 14th, 1899. Tle was twice married, 
his first wife died March sth, 1891, and later he married Fannie Reynolds. 

As I remember it. 
Burton B. Georgia. 


DIRECTORY-—Section M 
BOOK ONE 


L. (FortNer) GeorGia, 


GEORGIA, Andrew F, Treadwell, N. Y. 
GeorGIA, Wendell F. : aoe 

BENEDICT, Mrs. Edna K. (Georgia) Delhi, N. Y. 
BakreETT, Mrs. Mabel L. (Backus) Franklin, N. ¥. 
Backus, Allen D, 208 William St. East Orange, N. J. 
GrorGta, Burton B. - Treadwell, N. Y. 
ANDERSON, Mrs. Lillian M. (Georgia) Franklin. N. Y. 
GEORGIA, - Miss Grace E, Treadwell, N: Y. 
GEORGIA, David H. ie 

GEORGIA, Clinton F, ae 

GeorGra, Miss Clarahel L. ae 

SMITH, Mrs. Mary E. (Georgia) “se 

Suite, Alfred G. oy 

SMITH, A. Purton aia 


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Section M Page 1 
BrtH Prace | Famuty Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. | Davin N. GEORGIA Jan. 16, 1828) Sept. 14, 1899) Parent 
| Married See Sec. O, Page ? 
Dryden | Lovixa J. Fortxer ;Mareh 8, 1828. March 1s, 1891, 
| 
Children 
H 
Treadwell ADELAIDE N. GeorGra *(1%4) | Nov. 27, | June 18, 1913 Grandparents 
- 1 FP : | _— | See Sec. O, Page 2 
See ER ( Wad Oct: M, va | Great-grandparents 
“ Bretox B. (2%) | Nov. 27, 1858) See Sec. O, Page 1 
“ Mary E, (4) Dee. 23, 1861, 
Second Marriage | 
to | 
Fannie REYNOLDS i 
| 
Page 1% 
Barto Pace | Fasiry Names | Born | D:ep ANCESTRY 
! 
Treadwell ADELAIDE N. GEorGiIa | Nov. 27, 1854| June 18, 1913 Parent 
‘ Married See Sec. M, Page 1 
“SNS Watpo D. Backus Aug. 23, 1851 
Children 
Franklin Maset L. Backus (2)| July 20, 1884 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
“ ALLEN D. (2)| Feb. 17, 1889 dren below. 
bs Anprew F. Georcia Oct. 14, 1856 Parent 
Married ' See Sec. M, Page 1 
Meredith Mary S. SMITH June 26, 1863 
Children . 
Treadwell Epxa M. Georata (2)| July 19, 1888 Grandparents 
“ "| Wespeu F. July 18, 1895 nee! Se Me Phas 2 


Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/; 


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Section M Page 2 
BirtH PLACE | Fasuty Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Franklin, N. ¥. | Mabe, L. Backus ‘July 20, 18s4) Parent 
Married | | See Sec. M, Page 1%, 
ROBERTSON BARRETT i July 6, 1885} 
Children | 
Katonah Wa.po R, BARRETT |Jan. 16, 1914; Ang. 16, 1918 Grandparents 
H See Sec. M, Page 1%, 
sf LAWRENCE N. May 28, 1915 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. M, Page 1 
Yonkers | ReBerTson, Jr, Sept. 22, 1918 2nd Great-grandparents 
~ 4 E 5 é4. 19901 See Sec. O, Page 2 
aeeeen Sot mE, ae io 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11, 
I, 2 
Franklin |; ALLEN D. Backus i Feb. 17, 1889) Parent 
| Married See Sec. M, Page 11, 
CATHERINE SHELLAND ! 
No children 
Treadwell Epna M. GEoRGIA ‘July 19, 1888} Parent 
| Married | See Sec. M, Page 1'/2 
Meridale | Howarp N. BENEvICT \Feb. 25, 1889} : 
| Children | 
: 3 Page 214 
BirtH PLACE | Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
i 
| | 
Treadwell Burton B. Georcra ;Nov. 27, 1858: Parent 
Married | | See Sec. M, Page 1 
Davenport ' Hattie V. Moox ‘Oct. 25, 1860 Feb. 25, 1919 
| | 
| | 
Children 
| 
Treadwell | LILLIAN M. Georcia *(3) Feb. 26, 1883) Grandparents 
| See Sec. M, Page 1 
“ ’ ° 885 
Grace E. June 26, 1885 Great-grandparents 
" | Davip H. : (3%) | April 18, 1887 | See Sec. O, Page 2? 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
| CLINTON F. (3); May 17, 1889} See Sec. O, Page 1% 
CLARABELL L, Feb. 11, 1894 | 





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Section M Page 3 
fe tote te j | 
BirtH Pvace Famity Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| | | 
Treadwell, N. Y. Littian M. GeorGia , Feb. 26, 1833 Parent 
Married See See. M, Paye 21, 
West Dethi A. LESLIE ANDERSON Dee. 29, 1880 
/ 
| 
| Children | | 
Treadwell {Haze M. ANDERSON Mareh 31, 1904 Grandparents 
“ Kexsetu R. ‘Mareh 20, 1910 | See Sec. M, Page 2%, 


Great-grandparents 
See Sec. M, Page 1 
| | 2nd Great-grandparents 
| ' See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
i See Sec. O, Page 142 
i 


' 
Treadwell _Cuinton FP. Georeta May 17, 1889 
Married | 
Slottville | BEsste BEST June 28, 1889. 
| Children 
Meredith |; GLENMORE B. Georgia April 13, 1923 Ancestry: Same as chil- 


i dren above. 


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| | 
BirtH PLAce | Famiry Names . Born Diep ANCrstry 
| | 
Treadwell } Davip H. Georota April 18, 1Ss7" | Parent 
| Married ' See Sec. M, Page 2% 
Walton | Cecn H. Cous ” Oct. 2, 1886 | 
| Children 
| 
Treadwell | Morais C. GrorGta Jan. 6, 1910 | . Grandparents 
| | See Sec. M, Page 2%/, 
“ec oe 9 ’ 2 
eee ae aay one | Great-grandparents 
“ Davi L. ‘Jan. 31, 1912 | See Sec. M, Page 1 
i: | pf | 2nd Great-grandparents 
Raceu ©. | Hane 1, 1915 H See Sec. O, Page 2 
“ Becian XM. | Dee. 23, 1916! 3rd Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
Zs AvBerta H. | Oct. 27, 1920, { 


Oneonta | ESTHER GRACE March 18, = 
| 


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Section M Page 4 
' i { 
Birt Piace Fasury Names Born | Diev \ ANCESTRY 
= | 
! ‘ 
| 
Treadwell, N.Y. © Mary E. Georera /Dee. 23, 1861; | Parent 
Married | See Sec. M, Page 1 
“ | Levi M. Sairx 'Oet. 27, 1862, | 
| ! | 
| Children { 
| | 
ae | ALFRED G, SMITH *(415)) Nov. 18, 1890) Grandparents 
| : \ |; See See. M, Page 1 
“s } “ETON 1% eee a4! ! 
A. Bertex (442) ' Nov. 20, 1804 Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Pave 2 
Sud Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 1% 
| | | 
| } 
. { \ 
| | 
\ | | | 
Page +14 
BrtH PLace Fawrty Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Treadwell ALFRED G, SMITH Nov. 18, 1890 Parent 
{ Married See Sec. M, Page é 
Otego , ALICE M. CHACE Der. 25, 189] 


: Children { 
pretwet ALICE G. SMitH July 17, 1917 | Grandparents 

| | See Sec. M, Page 4 

| Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. M, Paue 1 

2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page ? 

| 3rd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Page 11/2 

| 





| 
Treadwell A. Buetex SMITH ‘Nov, 20, 1894 Parent 
* Married | | See Sec. M, Page 4 
Hazet M. Jackson ;May 31, 1892 
Children 
Columbus Marie L. Smitu May 20, 1920 Ancestry: Same as child 
above. 





ee | Ce en ee Pee 
*This number indicates the Page of this Section on which the family of this person can be found. 
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Section N. Book ONE, 
HOMER GEORGIA 


Homer Georgia was the 14th and last child of Miles and Sally (North) 
Georgia. For some months previous to his birth, his mother’s condition had 
been pitiable. In fact. she nearly lost her mind. However, after the child 
came, she recovered entirely in that respect. but other ills hastened her death- 
Homer was born in the same house where his 13 brothers and sisters first saw 
the light of day, in the town of Newfield. July Ist, 1833. His mother died on 
the third day of the followine October. As a boy. he wes odd and at times acted 
queerly. As a man, he lacked the push and ambition of his brothers and sis- 
ters, and depended a great deal on others. He married and had one son 
named Frank. They lived for a time in Georgia Hollow, East of Elmira, New 
York, where his brother, Elijah Burr Georgia. then owned and operated a 
saw mill. Some years later he visited some of his relatives and then seems to 
have disappeared. 

This is absolutely all the compiler is able to say concerning him. None 
of the family. inquired of. are able to give the least information as to where 
they lived later, or where they went or when either died. Neither is it known 
whether the son had a family, or not, or what became of him. 


End of BOOK ONE 


224 


BOOK TWO 
of the 
GEORGIA RECORD and HISTORY. 
This part of the RECORD relates to the descendants 
of 
EvigaAn Burr (2nd) anp Kezian (TENSE) GEORGIA. 


This part, or BOOK TWO, is divided into 
Seven Sections. 


O; 1, 0, HI, IV, V,, VI. 


Short Sketches and Directories. 


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HISTORICAL 


The principal story concerning the life of Elijah Burr Georgia (2nd) is 
related on the first pages of this Record. (See Book ONE). His history from 
the time he left New Milford, Connecticut, is of importance to all branches of 
the Georgia family. The fact that he selected the cold winter season for that 
journey, from a home of comparative comfort, in a New England state. through 
the wilderness to near the central part of New York state. shows him to have 
been a man of rare good judgment. Where many a pioneer of that time wallowed 
in rutted roads, teaming over hills and through deep forests, In the Spring and 
Summer months, to some new habitation, his was an easy passage over a snow 
and ice highway with only the discomforts of winter weather to bother him 
and his family. Then, too, his choice for a future home was a happy one. On 
a following page is a very clear description of the place he selected, as it is 


today. 


WILLIAM G. GEORGIA was the oldest son of Elijah Burr (2nd) and 
Keziah (Tense) Georgia, and was born in New Milford, Connecticut, May 8th, 
1804. He came with his parents to Newfield in 1813. He studied medicine, and 
Was a practitioner, instead of following the life of a farmer, and was known far 
and near as *‘ Doctor William."* He had a large practice in the town of Enfield, 
where he lived, as well as in Newfield and the surrounding country. He is 
credited with having been a very successful physician, and a man of ability and 
fine character. 

He was twice married. The headstones on his lot in a cemetery at Mecklen- 
burg, New York, where they are all buried, tell of the fact that his first wife 
was Clarissa, daughter of Nathan and Catherine Nivison, who died in 1842, at 
the age of 24 years. His second wife was Lusally (full name not given), who 
died in 1864, aged 40 years. Doctor William died twe years later, aged 62. He 
never had any children, but adopted a girl named Anna. What became of her 
is not known. 


NATHANIEL GEORGIA, the second son of Elijah Burr and Keziah 
(Tense) Georgia, was one of the four children born in Connecticut, and came 
to Newfield with his parents when about 7 years old. He married Melinda 
Dense, and followed the life of a farmer: raised a family of nine children, and 
is buried in the town of Van Etten, New York. One of his sons, the fourth child 
born, was given the name Elijah Burr, which made him the sixth one of the 
Georgia family to be called by that name. This son fought in the war of the 

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Rebellion for nearly two years, until honorably discharged. He belonged to the 
Third New York Artillery. He died in 1917, and is buried in the town of Van 
Eten. All of Nathaniel’s children, four daughters and five sons. followed the 
oceupation of farmers, three having homes in the town of Newtield, and six in 
Van Etten. 


ELIJAH BURR GEORGIA (4th) was the third son of Elijah Burr (2nd), 
and was one of the four children that eame to Newfield, in 1513 ,with the parents 
from Connecticut, and was at that time less than five years of age. He married 
Sally Jane Ogden, and had a family of ten children. There is scarcely any 
record of his life up to a certain time. except that the records of Tompkins 
County show that he did own some farm property in the town of Newfield. On 
a following page, that tells of the life of one of his sons, Augustus Jerome 
Georgia, it is related that he and his family left Newfield in 1546. They then 
began a journey, evidently seeking a better home. that in point of years equaled 
one-half of the wanderings of the children of Israel, before they reached a 
permanent location, at Pittsburg, Kansas. At the time they left Newfield, 
Elijah Burr was 38 years old and then had seven children, three being born 
after that. ; 

The information, as furnished by one of the family in the far west, fails 
to tell where he died, but by comparing dates, it seems that he lived to reach 
Kansas, and no doubt was buried in the then new town of Pittsburg. He died 
in 1863, and his wife lived eleven vears longer. 

This branch of the Georgia family are now all living in the states of Kansas, 
California, and Okhahome: many are farmers, others are in business and the pro- 
fessions. Two of the sons, Augustus Jerome, and Sylvester S., fought with the 
Union Army in the war of the Rebellion. 

William Alcorn, one of the grandsons of Elijah Burr, (4th) and son of 
Helen Augusta (Georgia) Alcorn, died in February, 1923. at his home near 
Montezuma, Kansas. He owned a large farm there and raised wheat and barley. 
Since his death his widow has managed the farm, with the help of some of the 
younger ones of their ten children. The farm is in the wheat section, on a vast 
level plain. Five of the children are married, the others are at home. Two 
of the girls, Vallery and Thyria, are in school fitting themselves for teachers. 

A granddaughter of Elijah Burr’s, Mrs. Alpha Wood Anderson, of Los 
Angeles, California, is connected with the Music Department of the schools 
of that city. : 


MILES RILEY GEORGIA, the fourth son of the pioneer, Elijah Burr 
Georgia (2nd), and the youngest of the four children born in Connecticut, was 


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six weeks old at the time his parents left New Milford. for Newfield, in the 
winter of 1813. Tle married Lavina Smith. and followed the occupation of 
farming. He also dealt in cattle and live stock of all kinds. and had the repu- 
tation of being one of the fairest men. of that time, in all his dealings. They 
had four children, all born in Enfield. New York. Some years previous to 
1860, he sold out and moved his family to Michigan, and located in the town 
of Bengal, near St. Johns. and bought a farm. Here he lived the remainder 
of his days. Here he also engaged in the stock buying business. and soon estab- 
lished the same reputation for honest dealing that he enjoyed in New York 
state. His grandchildren have heard him relate the story, as told to him 
by his parents. of that trip by team and sled. from Connecticut to Newfield, in 
cold weather when he was only six weeks old. Letters received from those who 
remember him. speak of him as being a very cheerful man. and always a wel- 
come Visitor wherever he went. 

He was a Baptist in religion. and took an active part in all religious matters. 
He died in 1891, and is buried in a small cemetery on the farm he owned, where 
his wife is also buried, who died four years previous. Other members of the 
family are buried there. This was a private cemetery for some years, but not 
long before his death he deeded it to the Bengal and Riley Baptist Church. 


NATHAN SCOFIELD GEORGIA was born in Newfield, New Yerk, May 
15th, 1815. He was the 5th son of Elijah Burr and Keziah (Tense) Georgia, 
and the first birth in the family after they came to Newfield, from Connecticut. 
His first wife’s name was Elizabeth, but her full maiden name is not known. 
They never had any children, but they did adopt a boy named Ansel. Nathan 
S. was a small farmer. and lived in the village of Newfield. He aiso was some- 
thing of a speculator and accumulated some property. In 1874 his wife died, 
and about a year later he married Mary (Goodsel}) Dawson. They had two 
children, William J.. born in 1876, and Ada A., born in 1880. Both of these 
married and have families. William lives in Elmira, New York. and the 
daughter in Niagara Falls. Nathan died in 1883, and is buried in a Newfield 
cemetery. 

The boy, Ansel, seems to have gone to Ohio early in life, and after a time 
became a farmer and owned some property. He married Sarah J. Harned 
wen he was about 20 years of age. They had 9 children, four of whom died 
young. The rest lived to have families. September Sth, 1864, he enlisted in 
Company F Fourth Michigan Volunteer Infantry, at Adrian, Michigan, and 
fought in the war of the Rebellion for nearly two years. He was honorably 
discharged May 26th, 1866. One of his sons, George W. Stout Georgia, lives in 
Toledo, Ohio, and has a large family of children and grandchildren. Another 


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son, William B. Georgia, is a business man of Waco, Texas. This branch of 
the family is characteristically Georgia, and an industrious and sturdy type of 
people. 


CYRENEUS 8S. GEORGIA was the sixth son of Elijah Burr and Keziah 
(Tense) Georgia, and was born in Newfield. New York, September 13th, 151s. 
He married first. Margaret Harvey. They had three children, Olive who died 
when about four years of age, Bettie. born June 6th, 1545, and Stilson B.. born 
February 13th, 1840. Bettie married John W. Lovell, who died in 1892. They 
had one son, Charles B. Lovell. Bettie resides with her son in Interlaken, New 
York. Stilson B. married Prudie E. Lanning, and had four children. three of 
whom are living in the states of South Dakota, and Minnesota. He died in 
1917. His widow lives at Woonsocket, South Dakota. Cyreneus S. married for 
his second wife Mary Lovell. They had two sons, Charles E.. born in 1857, and 
Jerome L., born in 1863. Charles E. married Cena L. Brink. They had two 
children. Jerome L. married Ella M. Miller and lived near Trumansburg, 
New York. Thay had three children. two of whom are living. They also have 
two grandchildren, Thelma and Marion Havens, children of their daughter who 
married Harry Havens. 

Cyreneus was a farmer and lived in the town of Enfield, Tompkins County, 
at the time of his death. He seems to have located first in the town of Hector, 
where his first wife died. She is buried in the Harvey burying ground, as was 
their first child Olive. Later he went to Enfield, where he lived for many 
years. He was a man of fine character and a successful farmer. Ile died Sep- 
tember 9th, 1901, and his wife in 1910. Both are buried at Mecklenburg, 
Schuyler, County. 

After the six sons mentioned in the foregoing sketches. there seems to have 
been three daughters born to Elijah Burr and Keziah Georgia. They were 
Laura, Sarah, and Alma. In the various lists of the family of children of 
Elijah Burr (2nd) that has been sent in. all three of these daughters have been 
listed as younger than the sons, although no dates of birth have been given. In 
a report, received from the Census Department at Washington, of the census 
taken in 1850, Laura is reported by the census taker as being the oldest of the 

family, and is recorded as being insane. From another source a writer mentions 
hersas ‘‘mildly insane.’’ Another tabulator says that she married a man by 
the name of Campbell. But it is believed that this is an error. She must have 
been at home when the census of 1850 was taken, else her name would not have 
been on the report at all. As there are plainly some errors made at that time 
by the census taker, the Compiler believes that her age as given was also an 
error. 


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Sarah is said to have married a man named Tompkins, and settled in Ohio. 
No attempt has been made to locate any of her descendants, if there are any, as 
the time of her marriage is so long past that it would have been futile. 

Alma married Timner Niles in 1850, and soon after went somewhere in 
Pennsylvania to live. There are a number of old families by the name of Niles, 
in and around Wellsboro, Tiega County. and a long search was made all through 
that section of the state. A number of people there became interested, and did 
much to help in various ways. Searched records: examined tax and poll lists that 
reached back for a long period of years. but no one by the name of Timner Niles 
was found. Neither could any person remember of ever having heard of that 
name. There is no record of the birth or death of Laura, Sarah or Alma Georgia. 


AUGUSTUS JEROME GEORGIA 
By ALPHA Woop ANDERSON, Los ANGELES, CAL. 


Augustus Jerome Georgia was born August 23rd, 1835. in the town of New- 
field, New York. His father, Elijah Burr Georgia 4th, was a farmer. In 1846 
his father moved his family to Tioga County, and in 1850 to Bradford County, 
Pennsylvania. In 1852, they returned to Tioga County and located at Waverly. 
In the fall of 1854 they moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan, and in 1860 to Lowa. 
After the close of the Civil War they left Iowa and went to Kansas. locating near 
the present site of the city of Pittsburg. . 

He attended the public schools of the various communities in which he was 
reared. At the age of sixteen he applied for admission to the public schcols of 
Waverly, New York. Passing the examinations he was assigned to classes in 
higher mathematics. including algebra and geometery, natural philosophy and 
physiology. He afterward attended the Cresco Institute. in Michigan, for two 
terms. Ile began teaching in Michigan, his first school being in Kalamazoo 
County, and after that taught in Branch, Calhoun, and Allegan Counties. 

He married Edith Bennett. of Colon, Michigan, April 4th. 1860, and in the 
fall moved to Iowa, where he continued to teach until the summer of 1862. He 
enlisted in Company E. Twenty-Eighth Iowa Infantry, and served until the 
close of the war. After this he went to Kansas. Here he followed the plow 
during the summer, and taught in the winter until the fall of 1574, when he was 
elected Superintendent of Schools for Crawford County. During his term of 
office the town of Pittsburg was laid out, where he moved at its expiration. In 
January, 1877, he was appointed Postmaster of Pittsburg. a position he held 
until 1884. Ile then engaved in the Real Estate and Insurance business. Re- 
publican in politics, he took an active interest in publi¢ affairs, served several 
terms as councilman, and on the Board of Education, of Pittsburg, Kansas. He 

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was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and worked diligently in the 
Prohibition movement. In 1910 he moved to Sawtelle, California, where he lievd 
at the time of his death, November 22nd, 1917. 


THE OLD FARM OF ELIJAIL B. GEORGIA (2ND), NEWFIELD, 
NEW YORK 

The following is a deseription of the ELIJAIL BURR GEORGIA farm, as 
it appeared in 1922. This land was, in 1813. when Elijah and his family came 
there, covered with a dense growth of the original forest trees of pine, hemlock, 
and various kinds of hardwood. That they were fortunate in their selection for 
a future home, is quite apparent from this very clear pen picture, of this place, as 
written by Mr. John C. Thompson, of Newfield, December 9th, 1922. 


“*The Elijah B. Georgia farm is situated in the southern part of the town 
of Newfield, about three miles from the village of Newtield, and contains 128 
acres of land. It les in nearly a square body, having a highway for a boundary 
on the west, and also a highway on the east. running parallel with each other. 
There is another highway running through this farm from east to west, that is 
a little to the north, of the middle of the farm. The farm buildings are located 
on this highway, about half way from east to west. ‘The present house ts on the 
south side of the road, as is also one barn. The other buildings are on the 
north side.- 

There is an old house on the north side of this road, a little to the west of 
the other house. Near this old house is one of the best springs of water in the 
town, and it has supplied a **watering place’’ on the highway for at least 35 
years, as the writer well knows. It has never been known to fail in a large 
supply of water, which is very cold in summer, and does not freeze in winter. 
It also furnishes water for all the stock kept on the place in the winter. 

’ The southern part of this farm is used mostly for pasture land. and is 
well watered by a small stream running through the farm. from west to east. 
This stream is yet known as the **Georgia Creek,"’ deriving its name from Elijah 
B. Georgia, the owner of this farm in an early day. The farm is what would 
naturally be called a hill farm, and has been kept in good condition and it well 
adapted for the growing of any farm crops. I have seen splendid crops of wheat, 
corn, oats, barley, buckwheat and hay growing there. The land slopes a little to 
the east, but not so much but that a grain-hinder or any other farm machinery 
can be used on any part of the land on which crops have been grown. It is a 
veryNnice soil to work, and the Finlander that owns it now is making good.”" 

(Signed) J. C. Thompson, Newfield, N. Y. 
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SECTION O—Book Two. 





This Seetion relates to the children 
of 


WILLIAM AND Saran (CABLE) GEORGIA. 


Se se se 
7 i SS 


SECTION I—Book Two. 


Peon ten en”, 
forlenleeleeloste 


This Section relates to the family 
of 
Dr. Wittiam G. GeEorGta. 


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BOOK TWO 
Section O Page 1 
BirtH Pace Famity Names ; | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
{ = 
The parents of the two ” | 
named below lived in Wales,! 
and it is not known where they 
lived, neither do we know their) 
first names. 
Chitdren 
Wales WILLIAM GEORGIA | No Record No Record | 
(For historical aceount see, 
BOOK ONE of this Record.) 
ELIgaH BURR GEORGIA (1st) 
(See BOOK THREE of this 
Record.) 
Page 114 
B:rtH Pace | Fancy Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| i 
| i 
Wales WILLIAM GEORGIA No Record | No Reeord | 
Married ; 
New Milford, Ct. | Saran CABLE Jan. 1748' Nov. 22, 1818) 
Children | 
es EvisaH Burr Georcta (2nd) | Ort. i — No Record 
“ Witttam, Jr. Jan. 21, 1781; No Reeord 
ne ALMA Nov. 3, 1783 No Reeord 
ee MILES May 31, 1785) Oct. —:18, 1869 
i 


SE) ee 
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BOOK TWO 
Section O Page 2 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | | 
New Milford, Ct. | Euisan Bruer Georgia (2nd) | Oct. 1, 1779 No Record | Parent 
{ 


Married | 























| Sce Sec. O, Page it 
KeztanH TENSE Sept. 7, 1780. Jan. 2, 1845 
| | 
Children Bie Sec.) | | 
New Milford, Ct. | Wittiam G. Georoia (1) | May 8, 1804; Nov. 30. 1866 Grandparents 
. ' . ' See See. O, Page 14/2 
es NATHANIEL (II) | Oct. 2. si May 6, 1856 
et ) Euisan Burr (4th) (11)! July 25, ea Feb. 1, 1863! 
we MILEs R. (IV) | Dec. 16, 1812) Aug. 2, 1891 | 
Newfield, N. ¥. | NatHax Scorievp (V)| May 15, 1815 June — 8, 1883. 
' 
ae Cyrexevs 8S. (VI)| Sept. 13, 1818 Sept. 9, 1901 
ee ALMA CHARLOTTE ' No Record | No Record | 
ae LAURA No Record | No Record | 
me SARAH No Record | No Record 
| 
BOOK TWO Section I Page 2! 
| | | | eee 
BirtH PLaAce Famty Names ; Born D:rp ANCESTRY 
‘ ‘ 
New Milford, Ct. Dr. Wituram G. Georgia | May 8, 1804 Nov. 30, 1866. Parent 
~ Married { ' See Sec. O, Page 2 
| CLARISSA NIVISON ‘July 18, 1817 April 16, 1842) 
Children | | 
Ansa GEORGIA | | 
(Adopted daughter) 
Second Marriage 
to 
LusaLLy ——-———— Oct. 28, 1823' Aug. 24, 1864 


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SECTION II—Boox Two. 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of : 
NATHANIEL AND MELINDA (DENSE) GEORGIA. 


*, 
octectectestoets 
Satter erer ier. 


Directory. 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


DIRECTORY~— Section II 


BOOK TWO 





Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants, of NatHaniet. and Me- 
Linpa (Dense) Georcta. 


KIRKENDALL, 
GEORGIA, 
KRESGE, 
STURDIVANT, 
ALLEY, 
McHALte, 
COSTER, 
Swakvrout, 
GEORGIA, 
Boom, 
WHITE, 
WALKER, 
FILLMORE, 
FILLMoreE, 
DEAN, 
Munson, 
Moore, 
Moore, 
McWuorter, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
AXTEL, 
SwaktTout, 
Swarrovt, 
GEORGIA, 
SEaRs, 
BINGHAM, 
CRANCE, 


Mrs. Philaney (Georgia) 
Frank 

Mrs. Lula (Georgia) 
Mrs. Lula (Bennett) 
Mrs. Ella M. (Bennett) 


Mrs. Frances (CGeorgia-Swartout) 


Mrs. Louisa (Swartout) 
Mrs. Malinda (Georgia) 
Daniel C. 

Mrs. Thursey (Georgia) 
Mrs. Leona (Georgia) 
Mrs. Petal (Georgia) 
Mrs. Cora (Georgia) 
Miss Mary 

Mrs. Elsie M. (Seely) 
Mrs. Bertha (Seely) 
Claude G. 

Nathaniel R. 

Mrs. Nettie (Georgia) 
Miss Mertie 

Delos M. 

Mrs. Nettie J. (Georgia) 
Miss Anita 

Miss Virginia 

Cornelius 

Mrs. Minnie (Georgia) 
Mrs. Fannie (Georgia) 
Mrs. Edna (Georgia) 


210 Spencer Sr. 
R. D. No. 3 

R. D. No. 2 
123 Purdy St. 


534 Washington St. 


SS Monroe St. 
110 College Ave. 
ae 

123 Purdy St. 

110 College Ave. 

117 Shelter St. 
oe 

R. D. No. 8 

R. D. 


210 Spencer St. 


ae 


8S Monroe St. 
oe 


109 Fifth St. 


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Van Etten, N. Y. 
Ithaea, N. Y. 
Watkins, N. Y. 
Montour Falls, N. Y. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y- 
Elmira, N. Y. 

ee 
Buffalo, N. ¥. 
Elniira, N. Y. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Ithaca, N. Y. 
Ovid, N. ¥. 
Rutland, Vermont 


ce 
Van Etten, N. Y. 
ae 


Ithaca, N. Y. 


ae 


Buffalo, N. Y. 
se 
West Danby, N. Y. 
se 
Spencer, N. ¥. 
Ithaea, N. Y. 


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BOOK TWO 
Section II Page 1 
| | 
BirtH PLace | Fairy Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
t ' 
} | 
New Milford, Ct. | NATHANIEL GEORGIA Oct. 2, 1806. May 6, 1856 Parent 
| Married H See See. O, Page 2 
MELINDA DENSE May 9, 1910 No Record 
Children | 
Newfield, N. Y¥. JOHN GEORGIA April 10, 18% 2 No Reeord Grandparents 
ee CYRENEUS S. (2nd) *(114) | Mareh 16, 1834) March 8, i | See Sec. O, Page 2? 
ue Saran K. (215) | Mareh 25, 1836 | Feb. i, 1991 | Great-grandparents 
“ Evian Bere (6th) (315) } Aug. 29, 1838! June 17, 1917| See See. O, Page 142 
es MELINDA (6) |} Dee. 18, 1849! Dee. = 14, 1907 
Mary (714) | Aug. 22, 1843' Jan. 22, 1899 
“ PHILANCY (7344)|Dee. 11, 1848! 
“ | PRANK (8) | Oct. 30, 1849 
‘ Wituiam E. (9)| Dee. 28, 1850'Nov. 8, 1919] 
t \ 
! ' 
Page 145 
BirtH PLace Famity Names F Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
! | 
| | 
Newfield, N. Y. | CYRENEUS S. GEORGIA F March 16, 1834} March &, 1918 Parent 
Married | See Sec. II, Page 1 
Any Elston | July 28, 1844 
Children : 
Leta GEorGIA 2){July 4, : 1883 
, Grandparents 
Adopted children ~] Git Bb 21, FSGS & 
Great-grandparents 
DELos M. GEORGIA (2) See Sec. O, Page 2 
. 2nd Great-grandparents 
NETTIE J. (24%) 





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*This number indicates the Page of this Section on which the family of this person can be found. 


See Sec. O, Page 1% 


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BOOK TWO 
Section IT Page 2 
BirtH Piace Famiry Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
LeLa GEORGIA July 4, 1583 Parent 
Married See Sec. 11, Page 14, 
WEED KRESGE March 3, 1883 
Children 
LETHA KRESGE June 6, 1907 Grandparents 
MILDRED Mareh 31, 1911 See Sec. II, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. 11, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Puge 1'/, 
DELos M. GEorita Parent 
Married See Sec. II, Page 1'/, 
Ipa Etston 
Children 
KENNETH GEORGIA 
Page 2% 
| | 
Brrtu Piace Famiry Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Nettie J. GEORGIA Parent 
Married | See Sec. II, Page 1%, 
Is J. AXTELL 
Children 
Newfield, N. Y. Saran K. Georcia March 25, 1836! Feb. = 1, 1921 Parent __ 
Married See Sec. II, Page 1 
Mechlenburg Wituiasm J. BENNETT Sept. 10, 1831|May 16, 1911 
Children 
Montour Falls Luta BENNETT *(3)|Jan. 14, 1865 Grandparents 
es See Sec. II, Page 1 
Etta M. (3) | Oct. 6, 1871 Great-grandparents 








See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 


ee a ne Le ee ee Ss ee 
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BOOK TWO 
Section IL Page 3 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Montour | | 
Falls, N. Y.| Luta RENNETT Jan. 14, 1865 Parent 
Married See Sec. I1, Page 2% 
Beaverdam GroRGE STURDIVANT Sept. 1S, 1871 
No children 
Montour Falls Etta M. BENNETT Oct. 6, 1871 Parent 
Married See Sec. 11, Page 2% 
Lawrenceville, Pa. | CHARLES E. ALLEN April 24, 1871 
No children 
Page 3% 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Van Etten, N. Y. | Evisan Burr Geoxcta (6th) | Aug. 29, 1838/ June 27, 1917 Parent 
Married See Sec. II, Page 1 
Florida, Mass. Lovisa Gore July 7, 1846) July 26, 1887 
Children 
Newfield, N. ¥. Frances GEORGIA *(4)| Aug. 22, 1868 Grandparents 
~ } 3 - See Sec. II, Page 1 
MELINDA (44%) | June 15, 1870 Great-grandparents 
se Moses (4%) | March 7, 1872) Dee. 11, 1918; See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
ae DaNIEL (5)| Feb. 13, 1874 See Sec. O, Paye 1, 
oF Cora (6)| April 21, 1877 


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BirtH Pace 


Newfield, N. Y. 


Tonawanda 


BirtH PLAce 


Newfield, N. ¥. 


ee 
Tonawanda 


Alden 


Newfield 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


Famity Names 


i 

' 

, FRANCES GEORGIA 
i Married 


| Wintiam Swartout 
i 


| Children 
| Lovisa Swartovr 


Second Marriage 
to 
PatricK MCHALE 


Lovisa Swartout 
Married 
| PETER COSTER 


Children 





Famity Names 
| 


| MELINDA GEORGIA 
Married 
RussEL SwartToutT 
Children 
ANITA Swartout 


\ VIRGINIA 


Moses GEorGIA 
Married 
Susie CARPENTER 


Children 


BOOK TWO 


Section [I Page 4 


| Born Diep | ANCESTRY 





Ang. 22, 186s] Parent 
See Sec. Il, Page 31/2 
| April 12, 1919 





| 
| 
July 4, 1890 | Grandparents 

i See Sec. 11, Page 31/2 
Great-grandparents 

| See Sec. I], Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 

| See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 


July 4, 1890, See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


Page 412 


+ Born Diep | ANCESTRY 


June 15, 1870! 


Parent 


See See. I], Page 34 
March 12, 1919 


Jan. 6, 1899 Ancestry: Same as chil- 


5 dren above. 
June 12, 1905; 


March 7, 1872} Dee. 11, 1918 Parent 


See Sec. II, Page 3% 


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BirtH Pace 


Newfield, N. Y. 


Newfield 


ae 
ae 


ae 


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Sertion IL 











| Famity Names | Born 

' i 

DANIEL GEORGIA “eb. 18, 1874 
Married 


Leia RoORICK 


Children 





THURSEY GEORGIA “(5'ta)) Aug. 17, 1596 
Otto Jan. 22, 1898] Aug. 
Leos (542) | Oct. 23, 1899 | 
PETAL (5t2)) Aug. 138, ae) 
RALPH 'May 14, 1903) 
EUGENIA July 4, 1918— 


| 
| 


Page 5 





ANCESTRY 














BirtH Pace 


Newfield 


Newfield 


Elmira 


Newfield 


E‘mira 


Famiury Names | Bown 





THURSEY GEORGIA Aug. 17, 1896 
Married 


Cassie Room 
Children 





LEONA GEORGIA Oct. 23, 1899 
Married 
Graxt WHITE 


Children 


DexnaLp WHITE Noy. 11, 1913 


PETAL GEORGIA Aug. 13, 1901; 
Married | 
CHARLES WALKER | 
Children | 

CHARLES WALKER, JR. 1} June 21, 1921) 


Parent 
See Sec. IT, Page 3% 


Grandparents 

See Sec. II, Page 3% 
\ Great-grandparents 
| See Sec, II, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 

See See. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page i'/, 








Page 514 
ANCESTRY 


Parent 
See Sec. II, Page 5 


Parent 
See Sec. II, Page 3 
Grandparents 


See See. II, Page 3 
Great-grandparents 
See See. II, Page 3'/y 
2nd Great- ~praititpavente 
See Sec. II, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 7 
4th Grent-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Parent 
See Sec. IT, Page 5 


Ancestry: Same is chil- 
ee | ae ee, EET SOMERSET. (cnc veer above. 


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Section II Page 6 
| : { : 
BirtH Pace Famity Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. Cora GEORGIA = 21, 1877 Parent 
Married | See Sec. I, Page 343 
CLARE FILLMORE | 
Children 
Cayuta Mary FIttmMore Oct. 21, IS9S Grandparents 
| See Sec. I1, Page 34/2 
Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. II, Page 1 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page ? 
| ' 3rd Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 1'/5 
Van Etten , MELINDA GEORGIA i Dee. 18; 1840, Dee. 14, 1907 Parent 
Married i | See Sec. I, Page 1 
CHARLES W. FowLes ; Aug. 12, 1838) Sept. 21, 1915" 
Children i | 
Newfield MaccGre A. Fow Les *(612)) Mareh 5, 1864 Sept. 21, 1918) Ancestry: Same as on 
| ' Page 215. 
Page 6% 
BirtH PLace | Fammy Names Born Dep ; ANCESTRY 
Newfield MacGiez A. Fow.es March 5, 1864) Sept. 21, iois| Parent 
Married i | See Sec. II, Page 6 
ne Floyr O. SEELY Dee. 5, 1857 
; 2 | 
Children i 
ae Ecsite M. SEELY (7){ Dee. 19, IS86; { Grandparents 
BertHa L. (Below)! Feb. 14, 1889! | See See. II, Page 6 


' Great-grandparents 
| See See. II, Paye 1 
| | 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
| 


BERTHA L. SEELY 
Married 
Darwiy MtuNsox 


Marek 18, 1892) 


{ 


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Children | | 
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Section IL Page 7 
BirtH Pace | Favuty Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. Esi£ M. SkELY | Dee. 19, ISs86 Parent 
Married See Sec. II, Page 61% 


Irvine DEAN 

















No children 


Children 
Willow Creek Wittnm DEAN i June 17, 1911; Grandparents 
| * e 
Jacksonville Monty June 14, 1913) See Sec. 11, Page 61/2 
Willow Creek ~ | ANNa May | Sept. 5, 1915 | Great-grandparents 
: Sfcancen Det iS 19%: ; See See. Il, Page 6 
pe perecane ecko si ake | 2nd Great-grandparents 
Brookton AILEENE | Feb. 27, 1920 | ! See See. II, Page 1 
Danby | MOSES ; May 29, 1922! | 3rd Great-grandparents 
j ! | See See. O, Page ? 
| Sue Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1% 
i 
| i 
| 
! ‘ 
Page 735 
BirtH PLACE Famity Names Born : Diep | ANCESTRY 
' | 
Newfield, N. Y. Mary GEORGIA aoe 22, 1843) Jan. 22, 1899] Parent 
Marzied | | See See. II, Page 1 
Wittiam H. Moore | ie 22, 1910; 
Children 
! 
NATHANIEL R. Mcore | Dee. 10, 1872| H Grandparents 
CLacpe G. | Sept. 27, 1883} See Sec. II, Page 1 
| Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page ? 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
| | ! 
5 ! i ; 
Newfield | PHILANCY GEORGIA | Dee. 11, 1848; | Parent 
. Married | | | See Sec. II, Page 1 
~Watttam KIRKENDALL ee 9, 1844 | 





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Section II Page 8 
BirtH Pace | Famity Names Born l Diep ANCESTRY 
{ 
Newfield, N. Y. | FRANK GEORGIA Oct. 30, 1849) Parent 
Married | See Sec. 11, Page 1 
Harriett ELsTox \ 
Children | 
Van Etten NETTIE GEORGIA *(812) | Dee. 1S74) | Grandparents 
| See Sec. I], Page 1 
“6 MERTIE June ISSO Great-grandparents 
! 
{ See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11 
! 
| | 
| 
| | 
| 1 
| 
| 
Page Sl, 
| 
BirtH PLace | Famity Names i Born 1 Diep ANCESTRY 





: 
Van Etten | NETTIE GEORGIA Dec. 1S7+4 Parent 
Married | See See. 11, Page 8 
——— McWuorter 
Children 
‘a Feaxces McWnorter Dec. 1899, Pept rope ‘ 
si Harry Nov. 1806 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. I], Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
1 


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Section IL Page 9 
BirtH P1ace | Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Van Etten, N. Y. | Wittiam E, GrorGia Dee. 28, 1850) Noy. 8, 1919} Parent 
Married See Sec. 11, Page 1 
ve Emma E. LINpDERMAN 1853 13892 
Children 
se CORNELIUS GEORGIA July 27, 1876 Grandparents 
be MINNIE Feb. 3, 1878 See Sec. I], Page 1 
Newfield FANNIE *(914)| March 20, 1885 Great-grandparents 
ts Epna (914)| Feb. 18, 1887 See Sec. O, Page ? 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11, 
MINNIE GEORGIA Feb. 3, 1878 
Married 
GEORGE SEARS 1882 
No children 
Page 914 
BirtH PLaAce : Famity Names | Born et ee o | ANCESTRY 
Newfield FANNIE GEORGIA March 20, 188% Parent 
Married See Sec. II, Page } 
Spencer ARTHUR BINGHAM March 5, 1881 
Children 
Ke , KENNETH BINGHAM April 30, 1906 Grandparents 
“ : ROBERT July i 1912 See Sec. II, Page 3 
ba Howarp Feb. » 1920 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. II, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page ? 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page i'/, 
Newfield Epxa GEorGIA Feb. 18, 1887 Parent 
Married See Sec. II, Page 9 
ERNEST CRANCE Aug. 9, 1890 
Children 
Ithaea ELizaBETH CRANCE June 27, 1916 Aneestry: Same as chil- 
he MARGARET July 18, 1920 dren above. 
oe ERNEST Jan. 16, 1922 





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SECTION IUI—Book Two. 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
Euan Burr (47H) axnp Satty JaNeE (OGDEN) GEORGIA. 


ee 
sleeforterloelente 


Directory. 


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Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of Entsant Burr (4th) 
and Satty JANe (OcpEN) Georcia. 


GEORGIA, 
ANDEKSON, 
Wooo, 
CHICK, 
DILLON, 
VoGay, 
Hays, 


GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
ROMNEY, 
GEORGIA, 
CHICK, 
CHICK, 
CHICK, 
RvTz, 
Nett, 
GEORGIA, 
ALCORN, 
RaMET, 
ARBUCKLE, 
RODRIGUEZ, 
MILLER, 
SNYDER, 
Fry, 
JOESSERND, 
BOSEWELL, 
BuIss, 
ALCORN, 
ALCORN, 
ALCORN, 
ALCORN, 


Sylvester 3. 


Mrs. Alfa Wood (Georgia-Wood) 


George N. 

Mrs. Lillie D. (Georgia) 
Mrs. Dollie M. (Chick) 
Mrs. Daisy E. (Chick) 
Mrs. Glen Lillian (Chick) 


Frank 

Ambrose B. 

Roy 

Mrs. Myrtle (Georgia) 
Lucine 

Georgia Alfred 
Blaine P. 

Miss Bessie Mildred 
Mrs. Jessie M. (Georgia) 
Mrs. Fern Fredoria (Rutz) 
Miss Carrie 

Mrs. William 

Charles 

Mrs. Clara (Ramet) 
Mrs. Alma (Goodrich) 
Mrs. Edna (Goodrich) 
Mrs. Josie (Alcorn) 
Mrs. Mary (Alcorn) 
Mrs. Minnie (Alcorn) 
Mrs. Lilia (Alcorn) 
Mrs. Hazel (Alcorn) 
Rolland 8. 

Miss Valery 

Miss Thyria 

Cleo 


Soldiers Home, 
200 N. Carondelet St. 


RD: No, I 
Rk. D. No. 1 


1445 S. 29th St. 


607 E. Walnut St. 


se 


5029 S. Western Ave. 


607 E. Walnut St. 
R. D. 


400 E. Centennial Ave. 


1023 S. 20th St. 


Box 356 


2234 Churchill St. 


R. D. 


oe 
oe 


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Sawtelle, Calif. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

Fort Scott, Kans, 

Coffeeville, Kans. 
ae 


ae 


Argentine Station, 
Kansas City, Kans. 

Mankato, Kans. 

Cushing, Okla. 

Shamrock, Okla. 

Tusean, Arizona 

Riverside, Calif. 

Cotfeeville, Kans. 

oe 


“ce 


Los Angeles, Calif. 
Pittsburg, Kans. 
Cushing, Okla. 
Montezuma, Kans. 
Carthage, Mo. 
Weir City, Kans. 
St. Joseph, Mo. 
Rawlings, Wyo. 
Avard, Okla. 
Montezuma, Kans. 
Ingalls, Kans. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Avard, Okla. 
Montezuma, Kans. 


“eé 
e 


se 


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Section I1l Page 1 
Birt Pace | Famity Names Born Diro | ANCESTRY 








New Milford, Ct. 


Euvisan Beer Georgia (4th) | Juls 25, 1808; Feb. 1, 1863 Parent 
Married See Sec. O, Page 2 
Satity Jaxe OGoen “|Jan. 16, 1808; May = 12, 1874 
Children 
Newfield, N. Y. Mary K,. Georcta May 8, IS28|/ Oct. 16, 1844 Grandparents 
“6 WittraM May S, 1834 No Record See Sec. O, Peae 2 
<* ~ AveustUs Jerome *(112)] Aug. 23, 1835; Nov. 22, 1917 Great-grandparents 
“e SYLVESTER S. (242) | Sept. 11, 1837! See Sec. O, Pave 14, 
“ Grorr W. (3)| May 22, 1840) Jan. 6, 1910 
“6 CLARISA (642)]/ Aug. 23, 1842) Oct. ge. 1919: 
“e Francis E. Sept. 27, S44) Jun. 2S, 1s74 
Tioga Co. HELEN A. (7)| Sept. 11, 1849] Feb. 24, 1901 
““ PuHytaNey Oct. 17, 1846) Oct. 17, 1855 
Waverly Casn O. April 15, 1851) 1869 
«e Wintuiam V. | ‘eb. 11, 1865 
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BirtH Pace | Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Newfield = Jerome GECrGIA Aug. 23, 1835) Nov. 22, 1917 Parent 
Married See Sec. III, Page 1 
Eprrn L. BENNETT 1900 
Children 
N. Liberty, [owa | EpirH May GerorcGia (2)| Nov. 24, 1861) Feb. 1903 Granlparents 
: ye See Sec. III, Page 1 
(3 children died in infancy). Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11, 
Second Marriage to Mrs. BELL 


Third Marriage to Mrs. SHipp 
Fourth Marriage to Mrs. Ray 
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BOOK TWO 
Section IIL Page 2 
Birtu Pace | Famity Names i Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
N. Liberty, Iowa | Epita May Georgia Nov. 24, 1861} Feb. 1903 Parent 
Married See Sec. 111, Fage 1% 
Neat E. Weop Dee. 16, 1852 
Children 
Pittsburg, Kans. | Atra Weep *(2)| June 28, 1879) Grandparents 
ee | Grorce Ni (214) | Dee. 15, 1886} See See. I11, Page 11, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. 111, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
Ara Woop June 28, 1879 t ee See. O, Page 2 
Seateted | | 3rd i “ace 
Fraxk J. ANDERSON June 30, 1871! March 1912} See See. O, Page 1% 
No children | 
Page 2% 
BirtH PLAce Famiry Names | Born | D:ep | ANCESTRY 
Pittsburg, Kans. GEORGE N. Woop Dee. 15, 1886 Parent 
Married See Sec. III, Paye 2 
RutH FISHER 
Children 
Ft. Seott, Kans. | Dororuy Wceop Nov. 3, 1911 Grandparents 
‘6 VIRGINIA Mareh 1913 See Sec. III, Page 2 
ee CHARLOTTE : Dee. 24, 1915 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. III, Page 1%, 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. III, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 14 
Newfield, N. Y. SYLVESTER S. GEorGIA Sept. 11, 1837 Parent 
Married See Sec. III, Page 1 
Larta Mrixarp Nov. 28, 1846/ April 11, 1904 


No children 


Second Marriage 
to 
Mrs. Louise SHaw 
See eee ee eee 
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Birth Piace | Famity Names | Borx | Diep i ANCESTRi 
\ Sa ee a | | 
| | | | 
Newfield, N. Y. , GEorse W. Grorcia | May g>. IM40) Jan. 6, 1910 Parent 
Married j See See. 111, Page 1 
Carlisle, Pa. | Maxraa Hawk a 1S, 184] 1920 
| 
Children 
Jlowa Ct, Iowa | Linuie D. Groots *(314) | Nov. 25, 1865 Grandparents 
$ : , : _ | See Sec. 111, Page 1 
Decature : | PRANK (442) | Feb. 10, 1867 Great-grandparents 
lowa City AmpBrose B. (5%) | June 21, 1868 | See Sec. O, Page ? 
: i ' lo . 
“3 t senses 5) | Mav 7 Ist 1920 2nd Great-grandparents 
SP iaiey is, eh | See Sec. O, Page 11> 
“ | JESSIE MarTHA (6) | March 9, 1878 | 
| i 
S. English ' ALICE July 25, 1874 Oct. 1S, 1874 
“ | OnE July 31, 1876 Oct. 25, 1878: 
& | MyRTLE (64) | Dee. 5, 1878 
Mankato, Kan. ‘ Lucixeé Aug. 25, 1851 | 
i 
Page 315 
j | 
Brith Pisce Famuy Names | Born Diep | ANCEvisY 
| | 
Iowa City, Iowa Liture D. GEorGIA Nov. 25, 1865 Parent 
Married Sce Sec. Il, Page 3 
England BakNaBUS CHICK 
Children 
Mankato, Kan. Dotty M. CHick (4) | Jan. 13, 1890 Grandparents 
Ce li z “— See Sec. Ill, Page 3 
ntralia Daisy E. (4%) | April 28, sated | Great-grandparents 
rs | Buarse P. Aug. 20, 1893) See Sec. 111, Page 1 
| | 2nd Great-grandparents 
Norvato, Okla. _ GLEN LILLIAN (4) | Oct. 3, 1895 See Sec. O, Page 2 
Coffeyville, Kan. | GrorGia ALFRED Dec. 10, 1897 
{ | See Sec. O, Page 1/2 
«6 | Bessie M. Aug. 25, 1903! 


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Section IIT Page 4 
_ | —— — —- = — 
BirtH Pace | Famiry Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
Mankato, Kan. ! Dotty M. Cnick !Jan. 13, 1890 Parent 
Married | See See. IIT, Page 3% 
W. W. Dittox | 
Children | | Grandparents 
Coffeyville GeorGeE C. DILLON ; Feb. SE, 1915, | See Sec. 111, Page BY 
“ DoroTHEA jJuly 12, 1917 | Great-grandparents 
a [sass | Jan. 10, 1920 See Sec. II], Page 3 
| | ond Great-grandpurents 
| | See Sec. III, Page 1 
| | 3rd Great-grandparents 
\ See Sec. O, Page 2 
| | | 4th Great-grandparents 
| | | See Sec. O, Page 1% 
7 }GLEN LILLIAN CHICK j Oct. 3, 1895! | Parent 
Topeka, Kan. | Married | | | See Sec. 111, Page 31» 
ALLEN Hays l | 
Children | 
Topeka Barnabas A. Hays | sprit $, 1935 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
Bs Lavra LILLIAN Nov. 17, 1917 dren above. 
Page 445 
i | ' | 
BirtH PLAcE | Famiry Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Centralia, Kan. ‘Daisy EpitH CHICK April 28, 1892 Parent 
' Married See Sec. II], Page 31, 
; P. M. Vocax 
Children Grandparents 
Topeka GLEN F. VoGan Dee. 24, 1915 See Sec. 111, Page 3% 
Coffeyville Howarp B. Feb. 9, 1917 Great-grandparents 
a HeraLp J. Feb. 9, 1917 See Sec. III, Page 3 
es MiLpRep E. June 2, 1920 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. IlI, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/2 
FRANK GEORGIA. Feb. 10, 1867 Parent 
"Married See Sec. III, Page 3 
Mary 
Children Ancestry: Same as chil- 
Buancu I. GeorGia dren on Page 314. 


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Section IIt Page 5 
— | : 
Birth Pace Fasury Names Born Diev ANCESTRY 
_ i 
lowa City, Towa Minnie GEORGIA May 17, 1871 1920 Parent 
Married See Sec. 111, Page 3 
Epwakp Goopricu 1917 
Children 
ALMA GoopRICH Grandparents 
: See See. 111, Tage 3 
DEWEY Great-grandparents 
CrESSIE See Sec. II], Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
FPRIEDA Sce Sec. O, Paye 2 
JESSIE 3rd Great-grandparents 
SES See Sec. O, Page 1" 
GEORGIA 
BEN 
| Mary 
i 
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BirtH Pace Famicy Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
Iowa City AmsBrese B. GEORGIA June 21, 1868 Parent 
Married See See. 11, Page 3 


FLORENCE GREEN 


June 14, 1918 


Children 


ws 
eo] 
ou 


PittSburg, Kan. Roy Georcia *(6) | Dee. 2,1 Grandparents 
1901 See Sec. Ill, Page 3 
Great-grandparents 
Ripley, Okla. RIcHArD Nov. 1, _ 1899} Nov. 1, 1899} See Sec. IIl, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
“ FRANK April 2, 1904] April 2, 1904] 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


Mareh 


~t 


*s SYLVESTER Oct. 21, 189 


Pittsburg, Kan. =| Carrie Oct. 28, 1902 


“e CHESTER June 3, 1911 


“ iemeeed Nov. 12, 1913 





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Birth Pace 


Pittsburg, Kan. 


Iowa City, Towa 


Birnint Place 


§. English, Lowa 


Newfield, N. Y. 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


Famity Names 


Married 


| 
| 
— Roy Groreia 
Verna Heritz 


Children 


JESSIE M. GEORGIA 
Married 
Feurx F. Rutz 


Children 
Fern F. Ruz 


Fern F. Rvrz 
Married 
Bert D. Netr 


Children 


| Famity Names 


‘ 

MynrtTLe Georcia 
| Married 
GasKEL ROMNEY 





| No children 
! 


CLARISA GECRGIA 
Married 
Don Utzre 


| 
| No children 


= Marriage 





JAMES A. eaigien 


BOOK TWO 


Section IIT 








| 
Born Diep 
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Dee. 2, 1895! 
i 
May 9, = 
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March 1893 | 
| 
March 1893 | 
' 
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| Born Diep 
| | 
; Dee. 5, 1878 
| 
| 
| 
Aug. 23, 1842. Oct. 


22, 1919 


' 
| ANCESTRY 


i Parent 
See See. I11, Page 51/2 


Parent 
See Sec. 111, Page 3 


See Sec. I1I, Page 3 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. 11], Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%. 


| 
Grandparents 
| 


Page 614 
———— 


| ANCESTRY 


Parent 


See Sec. III, Page 3 


Parent 
| See See. III, Page 7 


| oan Beer 


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Section III : Page 7 
Birth Pi ace | Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Tioga Co., N. Y. | HELEN A. Georcta |Sept. 11, 1849 Feb. 24, 1901 Parent 
{ Married | | See See. 111, Pave I 
| ——— ALCURN Dead | 
| Children | | 
Pittsburg, Kan. ! Winnras: ALcors *(745) 'Feb. 16, 1923) Grandparents 
| | See Sec. I11, Page 1 
' 
Great-gran parents 
Second Marriage | See Sec. O, Page ? 
= ! 2nd Great-grandparents 
GeErarp RAaMET | June 24, 1912) See Sec. O. Page If 
Children 
Litchfield, Kan | Chana RAMET (9%) | Jan. 7, Iss April 8, 1910} 
i | 
es CHARLES (912) | Nov. 28, 1886. 
{ 
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Page 71, 
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Brurwt Place Famiry Names | Born \ Diep ANCESTRY 
' 
a 
Pittsburg, Kan. WILLIAM ALCORN Feb. 16, 1923, Parent 
Married | See Sec. III, Page 7 
Humbolt Lacra COCHRAN 
Children 
Midway, Kan. Josie ALCORN (8) | Oct. 2 ea Grandparents 
Frantenac Mary (8)| Sept. 4, 1891; See Sec. III, Page 7 
as MINNIE (S%)| Dee. 24, 1893 Great-grandp rents 
| ee 
LIL (9) | April 26, 1896 See Sec. III, Page : 
sd Rottanp S. (8144)| Nov. 24, 1898 2nd Great-grandparents 
“s Hazen (9)| April 1, 1901 See Sec. O, Page 2 
Girard VALLERY Sept. 21, 1904 | 3rd Great-grandparents 
ie JaY Nov. 5, 1906, Nov. 18, 1923) See Sec. O, Page 1% 
Montezuma THYRIA Jan, 22, 1910 
ss CLEO May 8, 1913 


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BOOK TWO 
Section LiL Page 8 
Birra Pace | Famiry Names | Bor~ Diev Spm | Aas ANCUSTRY 
| 
| | a 
Midway, Kan, Josie ALCORN Oct 1, ‘ih | Parent 
Married | | | See See. 111, Page 74/2 
JAMES Vax D. SxyDEK }Aug. 31, 1SS9) 
Children | 
| Hazen J. Sxyper Feb, 1S, 1911! Mareh 23, 1912 Grandparents 
| Date J, March 31, 1913 | See See. I11, Page 74> 
| Dorts M. May = 23, 1918S! Great-grandparents 
| Doxaun W. {March 16, 1920) Feb. 16, 1921) See See. III. Page 7 
| } 2nd Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. I1f, Page i 
j 3rd Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page ? 
| tth Great-grandparents 
| | See See. O, Page 1%, 
Frantenae : Mary Acorn i Sept. 4, 1891 | | Parent 
| Married : See Sec. III, Page 71/2 
|= Fry 
Children 
| | | 
Page Sls 
| | | 
B:rtrt PLACE Famuty Nastes { Born { Diep | ANCESTRY 
Frantenac, Kan. MINNIE ALCORN {| Dee. 24, 1893 Parent 
| Married | See Sec. III, Page 71/2 
Kolusa J. V. JesseRanb 1899 | 
Children | | 
Copeland OpaL N. JOSSERAND : 1914, Grandparents 
bd PAULINE { 1915) See Sec. 1I1, Page 7% 
= Haze F. 1917) Great-grandparents 
Tayalls 'Guex F. | 1919) See Sec. III, Page 7 
ai Ikis JENA | 921 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. III, Page i 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1/2 
Frantenae ROLLAND S. ALCORN Nov. 24, 1899 j 
Married 
Pittsburg PHOEBE FosTER June 15, 1901 | 


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BOOK TWO 
Section II! Page 9 
Birth Place Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
! 
a | | 
Frontenac, Kan, | Lita ALCORN April 26, 1896) Parent 
Married See Sec. HI, Page 74% 
Sweet Springs, Mo.) WittiamM E. BoseweELL Dec. 23, 1395 | 
Children 
Kansas City, Mo. | Katuertne R, BosEWwe.. Dee. 15, 1917) Jan. 31, 1918 Grandparents 
ae Meret L. Feb. 24, 1919) See Sec. 111, Page 71> 
39 Winuiam E., Jr. March 11, 1921, Great-grandparents 
See See. 111, Page > 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See See. 111, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sce. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
Sec Sec. O, Page 1% 
Frontenac, Kan. Hazet Acorn April 1, 1901 : Parent 
Married | See See. Ill, Page 74/2 
RALPH Buss 1 
Children | 
Avard, Okla. { Ernir Buss | Oct. 4, 1919 Aug. 9, 1923 
Page 91; 
BirtH PLace Famity Names Born :° Diep ANCESTRY 
Litehfield, Kan. 9 Ciara Ramet | Jan. 7, 1880 April 8, 1910 Parent 
Married | ‘ | See Sec. 111, Page 7 
LuTHer L. ARBUCKLE | | 
Children | : 
Weir City, Kan. | CATHERINE J. ARBUCKLE ‘Oct. 28, 1904 Grandparents 
ng | LuTHer L., Jr. | March 17, 1908 See Sec. 111, Page 7 
s CLARE A. Mereh 26, 1918) Great-grandparents 
| Sce Sec. 111, Page 1 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See |Sec. O, Page 1% 
Litchfield, Kan. CHARLES RAMET Nov. 28, 1886) — 
Married { See Sec. III, Page 7 
Greenfield, Mo. Rexa Torivar Jan. 23, 1898, 
Children 
Pittsburg, Kan, GeorGIA E, RAMET Sept. 22, 1914 Ancestry» Same as chil- 
Fayetteville, Ark. | Harry E. Dee. 14, 1916 | dren above. 
Rosert F. June 23, 1818. | 
Carthage, Mo. Cares E. Mareh 6, 192e, [ 





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SECTION IV—Book Two. 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of . 
Mites R. ano Lavina (Sm itit) GEORGIA. 





THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 





DIRECTOR Y—Section IV 


BOOK TWO 


Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of Mires R. and Lavina 
(Smit) Georcia. 


Davin, 

DAVID, 
RETHERFORD, 
DAvIp, 

DAVID, 
Hockey, 
Davip, 
Davin, 

Davip, 

Davip, 
DAVID, 
SENSABAUGH, 
SENSABAUGH, 
SENSABAUGH, 
ALDRICH, 
ALDRICH, 
Davin, 
LEwIs, 
Davi, 
GrorGIA, 
Georcta, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
EAEGLE, 
GRONER, 
GEorGIA, 
GEorGIA, 
GrorGia, 


Mrs. Sarah K. (Georgia) 
Miles R. 

Mrs. Lora O. (David) 
Floyd 

Archie 

Mrs. Lillian F. (David) 
Scofield N. 

Alba 3S. 

Dewey A. 

Lewis 3. 

Glee 

Mrs. Eva C. (David) 
Ithiel 

Ernest C. 

Mrs. Lovina G. (David) 
Arlon ©. 

Ora V. 

Mrs. Nora G. (David) 
Roy F. 

Schuyler 

Fred D. 

Lois B. 

Tyler R. 

Verne G, 

Mrs. Hazel M. (Georgia) 
Mrs. Clara A. (Georgia) 
Roma 

Guy 

Howa:d 


24 Charlotte St. 


R. D. No, 4 (Box 25) 


oe 


ae 


207 E. State St. 
70S Welland Ave. S. E. 
2443 Cabot Ave. 
207 E. State St. 
411 S. Butler Boulevard 


258 


Milliken, Mich. 
Grand Ledge, Mich. 
Rochester, N. Y. 
Lansing, Mich. 

St. Johns, Mich. 
Pontiac, Sich. 
Prescott, Mich. 


oe 

oe 

ae 

ae 
Freeland, Mieh. 

oe 
Wheeler, Mich. 

ae 
Sunfield, Mich. 
Ithaca, Mich. 
Prescott, Mich. 
St. Johns, Mich. 


“ec 


Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Detroit, Mich. 

St. Johns, Mich. 
Lansing, Mich. 
Lewisburg, Pa. 

St. Johns, Mich. 
Chesaning, Mich. 
St. John’s, Mich. 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 




















BOOK TWO 
Section 1V Page 1 
Brea PLace Famity Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
. | . | | 
New Milford, Ct. Mites R. Georgia |; Dee. 16, 1812) Aug. 3, IS91 Parent 
| Married | { | See Sec. O, Page 2 
| Lavina SMITH ee 27, IS12) Nov. 27, 1857) 
| Children | 
A - -— saa | Grandparents 
‘ ei Es | Sar: + & GI! *q1l, " 2 | 
Enfield, N. ¥ AH KK. GEeorGIA (113) j tel 12, ~ | Sine ‘xe. U, deen d 
“ | SCHUYLER (7) | Aug. 24, 1846 | } Great-grandparents 
i | See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
sf CLARISCA (7) | 
at WILLIAM (9) | Oet. 7, 1853: Jan 25, 1891 
Page 114 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Enfield, N. Y. SakaH K. GeorcGra July 12, 1844 Parent 
| Married See Sec. IV, Page 1 
Bath | Byrox C. Davip 
Children 
Bengal, Mich. Mines R. Davin (2) | Mareh 29, 1863 Grandparents 
ie FRANK E. (2%) | Aug. 25, 1864] April 18, 1918/ See Sec. IV, Page 1 
‘ ScoFietp N. (4) | Sept. 13, 1866 Great-grandparents 
= Lewis S. (5)| Jan. 16, 1869 Sce Sec. O, Page 2 
vf Eva €. (5)} Sept. 25, 1872 . 2nd Great-grandparents 
Olive Lavina G. (5%)|Dee. 19, 1874 See Sec. 0. Page 1% 
os Ora V. (6)| Jan. — 8, 1881 
la Fayette Nora G. (6)| April 18, 1882 
Olive Roy F. (6%)| Feb. 14, 1885 


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BOOK TWO 
Section IV Page 2 
Birth Place Famity Names | Born Diep ANCESTRY 
| ‘ 
Bengal, Mich. Stine R. Davin March 29, 1863 | Parent 
Married | See Sec. IV, Page 1" 
JENNIE B. OSTRANDER Sept. 1, 1877 
Children 
Olive, Mich. Lora O. Davip *(214) | July 1, 1886 Grandparents 
Ithaca FRANK (242); Aug. 10, 1910 See See. IV, Page 1%, 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. 1V, Page 1 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1" 
Page 212 
EEE 
' | | 
BirtH Pace a ne Famiry Names Born j Diep ANCESTRY 
‘ 
Olive, Mich. Lora O. Davin July 1, 1886 Parent 
Married See Sec. IV, Page 2 
RoBERT RETHERFORD May 31, 1882 
Children 
Rochester, N. Y. | RicHarp R. RETHERFORD Nov. 27, 1910 Grandparents 
& PHYLLIS J. March 14, 1915 See Sec. IV, Page 2 
“ Roperta E, Nov. 16, 1918 “eed ane 
“ MARY ALICE fs May —=_:18, 1920 See Sec. IV, Page 14 
2nd Great- ‘ateileatian 
| See Sec. IV, Page i 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
| 4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 
Bengal, Mich. Frank E. Davin | Avg 25, 1864 April 18, 1918 Parent 
Married | See Sec. IV, Page 1%/> 
Rathbone Matcpb Hopkins = | April 30, 1873 
{ 
Children | | 
; 7, 1891) 
Rathbun Fioyp Davip (3); June 17, Graniiparents 
a6 ARCHIE - (3%) | March 10, 1893, See Sec. IV. Page 14 
« LILuias F. (344) |Jan. 27, 1898 + Ty SOE 2% 


j Great-grandparents 
j See Sec. IV, Page 1 

| 2nd Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page 2 

3rd Great-grandparents 

| See Sec. O, Page 11/2 





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BOOK TWO 
Section 1V Page 3 
BirvH PLace Famity Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Rathbone, Mich. FLoyp Davin 
Married See Sec. IV, Page 2% 


MARGUERITE FE, OSTRANDER July = 27, 1893 














17, 1891 Parent 
Children 
Rathbone Donato L. Davip Feb. 7, 1912 Grandparents, 
See Sec. 11, Page 2% 
“ Cuester W. July 21, 1915 Gamat grcad pactnte 
See Sec. IV, Page 1'/, 
> Oe aay, aNKe 
si Roya F. Jan. 15, 1919 2nd Great graniparents 
See Sec. IV, Page 1 
. 3rd Great-grandparents 
Je Emma M. Oct. 2. 1920 2 
: : See Sec. O, Page ? 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Paye 1%, 
| 
Page 314 
BrtH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Rathbone, Mich. ARCHIE Davip | starch 10, 1893 Parent 
Married ’ See Sec. IV, Page 2% 
ANNA HUMEL 
Children 
a Ota K. Davin Feb. 1, 1913 Grandparents 
See Sec. IV, Page 2%, 
mF RALPH Oct. 5,, 1915 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. IV, Page 1, 
= VIVIAN Dee. 25, 1917 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. IV, Page 1 
- 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
sia Lituras F. Davip Jan. 27, 1898 Parent 
Married See Sec. IV, Page ?'/, 
Watter Hockey , 
; Children 
Pontiac RENEFER W. HocKey July 29, 1916 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
Hs Jack Oct. 1919 dren above. 


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BOOK TWO 
Section LV Page 4 
SS —_—— 
BirtH Pace Famity Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
t 
j ‘ 
Bengal, Mich. Scorretp N. Davin Sept. 13, 1866 Parent 
Married See Sec. IV, Page 1%, 
Durand Hatrige M. JONES Nov 27, 1869 
Children 
Rathbone AuBa S. Davip *(414) | July 21, 1893; Grandparents 
| See Sec. IV, Page il 
Durand Dewey A. (4144)|May 19, 1898 | Great-grandparents 
See Sec. IV, Page 1 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page / 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 112 
| 
| 
Page 415 
= 
B:rtH PiaceE Famiry Names Born D:ep ANCESTRY 
Rathbun, Mich. ALBA S. Davip ‘July 21, 1893 Parent 
Married | See Sec. IV, Page £ 
Hitpa FE. Cartsox | Dee 17, 1895 
: Children | } 
Byzox D. Davin | Dee. 14, 1916 Grandparents 
Veuma M. |Nov. 19, 1919 ' = ee. 
2 ! i er ireat-grandparents 
DELLAMAY E, June 17, siae See Sec. IT, Page 1%; 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. IV, Page 1 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page / 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 
Durand, Mich. Dewey A. Davin May 19, 1898; Parent 
Married See Sec. IV, Page 4 
Bessté REDFIELD Dee. 7, 1902 
Children 
Durand GeEorGE B. Davin Feb. 3, 1921 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
; dren above. 





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BOOK TWO 
Section 1V Page 5 
= a — “| re i ; —— 
BirtH PLace Famiy Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Bengal, Mich. _ Lewis 8, Davip Jan. 16, 1569 Parent 
Married | See Sec. IV, Page 1%, 
| AMANDA { i 
{ { { 
| Children | | Grandparents 
Rathbun | GLEE Davip \ | | See See. IV, Page 1%, 
| Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. IV, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 2? 
| | 3rd Great-grandparents 
Sce Sec. O, Page 11/2 
| 
Bengal Eva C. Davip Sept. 25, 1872 Parent 
| Married See Sec. IV, Page 1%, 
Cayuga Co., N. ¥. PRANK A. SENSABAUCH Dee. 25, 1857 
| Children | 
| 
Breckenridge, Mich! IrHien L. SENSABAUGH June 238, 1900— Ancestry: Same as chil- 
Hamilton _ | Ernest C. Jan. 8, 1902! Gren ebave. 
Page 514 
BirtH P1.ace | Famity Names | Born Deep | ANCESTRY 
Olive, Mich. Lovina G. Davin Dec. 19, 1874 Parent 
| Married | See Sec. IV, Page 1% 
Lafayette CHARLES E, ALDRICH March 9, 1874 
| . { | 
| if } 
| Children | 
“ | ARLON C. ALDRICH *(5&) Oct. 14, 1897 i Grandparents 
\ | Se Sec. IV, Page 1'/, 
| i Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. IV, Page 1 
i | | 2nd Great-grandparents 
j See Sec. O, Page ? 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 11, 
rm ARLON C. ALDRICH Ort. 14, 1897 Parent 
Married | See Sec. IV, Page 51, 
LILLIAN SMITH Nov. 3, 1899 | 
| 
Children | . 
| ro ve 7 il- 
“ Cuatk S. ALpRICH boss 27, 1918. Ancestry: Same as chil 


| | dren on Page 4%. 








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Section IV Page 6 

















Bmtu Pace Famiry Names Born i ees eee Diep ANCESTRY 


Married See Sec. IV, Page 1% 
MABEL SPIKE 


Children 
Cham Davin 
MERRIAN 
CLIFFORD 


Grandparents 
See Sec. 1V, Page 1%) 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. IV, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1/2 


Parent 
See Sec. IV, Page 1%, 


Lafayette Nora G. Davin April 1S, 18S2 
Married 
Ithaca SaMUEL Lewis 


No children 


Olive, Mich. Ora V. Davip Jan, S, ISs1 Parent 














Page 6% 

BirtH PLace | Famuty Names Born Dieo | ANCES‘RY 

i H : 
Olive, Mich. Roy F. Davip | Feb. 14, 1885) Parent 
Married See Sec. IV, Page it, 
Lizzieé BELLINGER 
Children 
Byron Davip Grandparents 


See Sec. IV, Page 1%, 
STANLEY | Great-grandparents 
See Sec. IF, Page 1 

2nd Great-grundparents 

See Sec. O, Page ? 

3rd Great-grandparents 


See Sec. O, Page 1%, 


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Section 1V Page 7 
Birt PLace Fasury NAMEs | Born ANCESTRY 
: ! 
Enfield, N.Y. SCHUYLER GEORGIA Aug. 24, IS4u Parent 
Married See Sec. IV, Page 1 
Wentworth, Ont. ASENITHA L. Bray o_ 5, 1857 
Children | 
St. Johns, Mich. Fred D. Groreia *(712)), Dee. 28, ls74 Grandparents 
“ Lewis M. (8) /Aug. 14, 1877 Sop Sve 16, Baca S 
” TYLER R. (8%) { May 5, 1879 Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 142 
Enfield, N.Y. CLARISCA GEORGIA | Parent 
Married ‘ 
H See Sec. IV, Page 1 
PHILLIP Davip | . ? ge 
Children 
EVERETTE Davip Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| dren above. 
Pag 7% 
| 
BirtH Pi.ace Famity Names | Born ANCESTRY 
St. Johns, Mich. Frep D. GEORGIA Dee. 28, 1874 Parent 
Married See Sec. IV, Page 7 
CADDIE Brown Feb. 6, 1873 
Children 
rs Veere: ©. Grosite Feb. 18, 1896 Grandparents 
i a April 6, 189; See Sec. IV, Page 7 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. IV, Page 1 
St. Johns, Mich. HAzeEL M. GeorGta April 6, 1897 2nd Great-grandparents 
Married Sce Sec. O, Page ? 
VERNE G. EAEGLE 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 14/2 
Children 
Georaia L. EAEGLE June 17, 1821 


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Birti PLace 


St. Johns, Mich. 


ae 


St. Johns 


B:rTH PLACE 


St. Johns, Mich. 


Middleville 


Detroit 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


BOOK TWO 


Section IV 





| Famity Names 


/LEwis M. GEorGia 
Married 
HattTi£ Brown 


Children 


Lats BR, GEORGIA 
GiewN L. 


Lots B. GEorGIA 
Married 
HERMAN MATHER 


Children 


| Famity Names 
| 


TyLer R. GEORGIA 
Married 
Epxa M. Plowman 


No children 


Second Marriage 
to 
JOSEPHENE A. Bray 

Children 
MAXINE J, GEORGIA 


| 
Born | 
\ | 
Aug. 14, 1877] April 
Sept. 7, 1874 
Oct. 3, 1899 
May 12, 1900) Jan. 
Oct 3, 1899 
| Born H 
May 5, 1879 
May 5, 1881} Oct. 
May 16, 1893 
May 24, 1922 


1, 1911 


19, 1917 


D:ep 


14, 1920 


| 


Parent 
See Sec. IV, Page 7 


Grandpurents 
See Sec. IV, Pave 7 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. IV, Pane 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Pane 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/z 


Page 8% 





ANCESTRY 


Parent 
See Sec. IF, Pave 7 


Grandparents 
See Sec. IV, Page 7 
Great-gran|parents 
See Sec. IV, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandpurents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandpurents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 





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BirtH PLAce 


Enfield, N. Y. 


Bengal, Mich. 


ac¢ 


ae 

















BirtH PLAce 


Bengal, Mich. 


Kansas 


Bengal, Mich. 





| Married 
| VieL.a BULLARD 
' 


Children 
_Howaep GEORGIA 











July 


| 
| 
| 


t 


March 26, 1880 


| 
19, 1900 


| 
| 
i 








Section IV Page 
— ———=— = — Fl —- 
| Famity Names ; Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
{ | 
| | 
| WILLIAM GEORGIA ! Oct 7, 1853 Jan. 25, 1891 Parent 
| Married | | | See See. IV, Page 1 
' Saka SuTTon | Ang. 15, 1856 May 18, 1895 
\ 
Children | | 
1 
; CLARA A. GEORGIA (914) Oct. 27, 1874 | Grandparents 
Wynn . 
Roma (914) Nov. 24, 1879 nee See, IT, Page f 
Great-grandparents 
IY (10) | July r, 1884) See Sec. O, Page 2 
| | 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/2 
| | 
| | 
Page 91: 
| | 
Fascty Names | Born \ Diep ANCESTRY 
H 
| | | 
t 
CLara A. GEORGIA | Oct. dT, i874 Parent 
Married | | See Sec. IV, Page 9 
OREL S. GRONER | Aug. 11, 1871, | 
f 
Children | | 
; Miriam GRCNER Aug. 24, 1910) Grandparents 
| | See See, IF, Page 9 
} | | Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. IV, Page 1 
| | 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page ? 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| | See Sec. O, Page 1% 
} ' 
| ROMA GEORGIA Nov. 24, 1879" Parent 


See Sec. IV, Page 9 


* Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren above. 


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Seetion LV 


Page 10 








| 
= 





Birt Pace | Famiry Names Born | 
Bengal, Mich. Guy Georeia July 3s issal| 
Married 
Vetma BELLE Dee. 27, ISS5 
Children 

Bengal Gexeira B, Georgia Sept. $, 1909 
. Wituiam M. May = 19, 1910 
St. Johns Sara A. Feb. 23, 1915 
Clare Datsy M. Sept. 6, 1914 
Chesaning Epxa Mari July 4, 1921 


268 


ANCESTRY i 


Parent 
See See. IV, Page 9 


Grandparents 
See See. IV, Page 9 
Great-grandparenuts 
See Sec. IV, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1", 


SECTION V—Book Two. 





This Section relates to the children and descendants 
of 
NatHan S. GeorGIA AND WIS WIVES, 
ELizaBETH AND Mary GEORGIA. 


$988 ee. 
Srefeeieeiecioste 


Directory. 





Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


DIRECTOR Y—Section V 


BOOK TWO 


living adult 


descendants of NatHan ScoriELD 


Georoia, and Exizanetn, (first wife) and Mary Goopset_-Dawson, (second wife). 


GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
RaNxsom, 
AXTELL, 
CEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GeorGia, 
GrorG{a, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
-STINEMILLER, 
Davis, 
KwiIss, 
KwIss, 
Kwiss, 
Keys, 
HENNING, 
HENNING, 
Bass, 
Bass, © 


William J. 

Carl J. 

Elizabeth M. 

Mrs. Ada A. (Georgia) 
Mrs. Esther C. (Ransom) 
George W. Stout 
Wiliam B. 

Frank A. 

Fred B. 

Harry B. 

Daniel C. 

Earl S. 

Chester L. 

Mrs. Florence (Georgia) 
Mrs. Stella M. (Georgia) 
Mrs. Fostoria J. (Georgia) 
Earl E. 

Joseph J. 

Fern J. 

Mrs. Cora M. (Georgia) 
Rokert C. 

Marie 

Corwin 


560 East Church St. 


ae 
476 24th St. 

ee 
337 Daniel St. 
625 Austin St. 
Erie St. 
2139 Dana Ave. 
337 Daniel St. 


1457 Western Ave. 


1006 E. 146th St. 
Kemper Heights, 
859 Oak St. 

337 Daniel St. 


302 Lima Ave. 
6s 


524 10th St. 


oe 


611 Tiffin St. 


oe 


Elmira, N. Y. 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Toledo, Ohio 

Waco, Texas 
Toledo, Ohio 


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Cleveland, Ohio 
Toledo, Ohio 


Findlay, Ohio 
oe 
Toledo, Ohio 
Fostoria, Ohio 
Columbus, Ind. 


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Fostoria, Ohio 
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BOOK TWO 
Section V Page 1 
BiatH PLACE Famity Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N.Y. | Natuan S. Georgia !May 15, 1815 June S, 1883 Parent 
| Married | | See Sec. O, Page ? 
| EuizaBeria | Jan, 27, IS13 June -9,_ 1874} 
Children 
ANSEL GECRGLA *(3)|June 14, 1835! Feb. 22, 1912 Grandparents 
(Adopted) See Sec. O, Page 2 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11 
Second Marrigae 
to 
Mary (Goorse.) Dawson Noy. 5, 1840 | Sept. 23, ad 
e 
Children 
Newfield Witiiam J. GEorGia (114) | July 17, 1876 
ia Apa A. (2) | May 23, 1880 
Page 1% 
B:rtH PLace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Newfield WILLIAM J. GEORGIA July 17, 1876 Parent 
Married See Sec. V, Puge 1 .- 
Hicks JENNIE LANGLEY Sept. 1, 1880 
Children 
Spencer Cari J. GEORGIA |) Nov. 22, 1901 Grandparents 
- See Sec. V, Page 1 
Sayre, Pa. ELIzsBETH M. May 12, 1905 Great-grandparents 


See Sec. O, ‘Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11, 


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BOOK TWO 
Section V Page 2 
Birtit, PLace Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| i 
| | 
! ' 
Newfield, N.Y. Apa A. GEORGIA ! May 23, 1880! Parent 
| Married | | See See. V, Page 1 
Tioga Center | CHARLES F. Ransom j Nov. 14, 1878, 
| | 
Children | | | 
Elnira Georeia M. Ransom *(242) | May 11, 1900’ Dee. 17, 1918) Grandparents 
| See Sec. V, Page 1 
“ MILEs F. Sept. 12, 1901 Oct. 25, 1901 Great-grandparents 


See Sec. O, Page 2 
a EstHeEr C, (212) | Feb. 1, 1903) 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/2 








Niagara Falls RutH E. May 20, 1910 
| 
Page 21. 
Birt Pace Baw Pace | Femy News | Bums mo) As Famity Names | Born Diep Ancestry 
| Sieh ica “ta vormbe- eal! ie. 
Elmira, N. Y. GeorGia M. Ransom iam 11, 1900 Dee. 17, 1918 ' Parent 
| Married | See Sec. V, Page 2 
Wisconsin Georce L. Mater ; Dee 17, 1897, H 
No children | 
ws 34, YY. EstHer C. Ransom Feb. 1, 1903 | Parent 
Married | | See Sec. V, Page ? 
Bradford Cuartes J. AXTELL Feb. 1S, 1899 } 
Children 
Niagara Fels Ricuarp L. AXTELL Feb, 4, 1921 Grandparents 
See Sec. V, Page 2 


! Great-grandparents 
See Sec. V, Page 1 

2nd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Page 2 

3rd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. O, Page 1%, 





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BOOK TWO 
Section V Page 3 
Pe Oo a ee ge ps —a 
Britny Pace | Famiry Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Tompkins Co,, N.Y. ANSEL GEORGIA June 14, 1835] Feb. 22, 1912 Parent 
| Married See Sec. FV, Page 1 
Richmond Co., O. | Saran J. HARNED Jan, 18, 1837) July 2, 1913 
| Children 
Fostoria, Ohio MARIETTA GEORGIA April 21, 1856} April 20, 185s Grandparents 
“ GEorGeE W. Stove *(315)| Sept. 1, 185s See See. V, Page 1 
Great-grandparents 
oF PHOEBE .J. Oct. 9; an Oct. 19, 1861 Sce Sec. O, Page 2 
“ NELLIE F. Feb. 26, 1862, Nov, 23, 1871! 2nd Great-grandparents 
| ae » ae-,] See See. O, Page 1 
“ CHARLES A. June 16, 1864 Nov. 16, 1871 salem: teas 
is Fostoria I. (6) | Oct. 2, 1868 | 
es Cora M. (645) | June 15, 171 | 
“ Winuas B, (7) | March 25, 1874! 
| | 
Maggie Maccie R. (7)| June 23, 1878 | Aug. &, 1922 | 
Page 314 
BirntH PLACE ; Famiry NAMEs Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Fostoria G. W. Sprout GEorGIA Sept. 1, = Parent 
Married | See Sec. V, Page 3 
Rose L. TaGGart Feb. 27, 1863 | | 
Children 
Fostoria FraNK A. GEORGIA (4) | Sept. 13, — Grandparents 
Tiffin FLORENCE (4)| Oct. 4, 1884! See: Bee. , Lege # 
Great-grandparents 
Carrothers Prep B. (414) '!March 4, 1888 | See Sec. V, Page 1 
ie H -B 4X - | 2nd Great-grandparents 
ARRY B. (4%) | Dee. 28, 1890 | See Sec. O, Page 2 
“ DANIEL (5) | March 20, 1892 | 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1 
Earl Earv S. (5) | Sere. 14, 1894. 
| 
is CHESTER L. (5%) June 20, 1899° 
Bellevue STELLA M. 514)’ Feb. 7, 1904 | 


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Birt Poace 


Fostoria, Ohio 


Kansas 


Toledo, Ohio 


Tiffin, Ohio 


Michigan 


Toledo, Ohio 


Brte Pace 
Carrothers 


Detroit, Mich. 


Toledo, Ohio 


ae 
Corrothers, oO. 


Norwalk 


Toledo 


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Section V Page 4 
! Fasmicy Names Borx | Dieo | ANCESTRY 
| —— 2H ss 
| } 
FRANK A. GrorGta Sept. 13, Iss2. Parent 
Married | | See See. V, Page 342 
May Weops / 
Children | , < hil 
| Ancestry: Same as chil- 
Mitprep Grenaia July 9, 190%, neestry ame as ch 
dren below. 
| 
FLORENCE GECEGIA | Oct. 4, Issd Parent 
Married | | j See Sec. V, Page 3% 
YA. G. STINEMILLER | | 
| i 
| | 
| Children | | 
BUNNELL STINEMILLER ;Sept. 7, 1906) j Ancestry: Same as ehil- 
| | dren below. 
| Vera hAug. 15, 1910) 1 
| | 
Page 415 
| Ps are ] 
Fiassiy Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
taep BR. Geerat. March 4, Isss; ; Parent 


! 

| Married 
Viceca WeicHt 

{ Children 
; RaLPH GEorGia 
ROBERT 

| 

| Harry B. Georcia 
H Marries 

i‘ Lapa Lecsis 
Children 
, Ricwarp GEorGia 


| 


DANIEL 


' 
' 
| 
| 
| 
| 
‘ 


! 
| 


' 
Aug. 1, 1915: 


Oct. 2, 1914 


| 
Des. 28, 1890} 


' 


1916} 
1917 


See Sec. V, Pave 3l/z 


Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren below. 


Parent 
See Sec. V, Pave 34; 


Grandparents 

See Sec. V, Page 3, 
H Great-grandparents 
' See Sec. V, Page 3 
2nd Great-grandparents 

See Sec. V, Page 1 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
{ See Sec. O, Page / 
4th Great-grandparents 
' See See. O, Page 1 





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=—— 


BinrH Pace 


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Carrothers, O. 


West Va. 


Toledo, O. 
Cleveland 


Corrothers, O. 


Lima 


Cleveland 
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BirtH PLace 


Carrothers, O. 


Monroe, Mich. 


Toledo, O. 


Bellevue 


Camdeti. N. J, 


Toledo, O. 


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Fastity Names 


DanieL GEorGIA 
Married 
Daisy MIrcHEL 


Children 


WAYMAN GEORGIA 
CHARLES 


Earr S. GeorGta 
Married ~ - 








Section 


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Born 


Mareh 20, 


March 29, 


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191s) 
1920} 
1922) 


Page 5 








Diep ANCESTRY 


Parent 
See Sec. V, Page 3% 


Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren below, 


Parent 
See Sec. V, Page 3% 


Grandparents 
See See. V, Page 3% 
Great-grandparents 
See Sec. V, Page 3 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. V, Page 1 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See See. O, Page 2 
4th Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Pave 1 








HELEN ABBoTT Aug 
Children 
) WiLtiamM A. GEORGIA , July 
Ropert A. | Peb. 
HELEN AGNES Nov. 
RuTH ALMA | April 
J 
\ 
| 
| Famity Names | 
| 
{CHESTER L, GEorGIA June 
Married 
; RutH A. MINERICK 
| Children | 
Lyxx GeEorGta ' Dee. 
BEVERLY | July 
| 
STELLA M. GeorcGia | Feb. 
Married 
i Herbert E. Davis April 
Children 
Junior Davis Sept. 





Parent 
See Sec. V, Page 3%, 


Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren above. 


Parent 
See Sec. V, Page 3% 


Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren above. 


ee ‘ i 


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BOOK TWO 
Section V Page 6 
BirtH Pace Famiry Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Fostoria, O. Fostoria I. GEORGIA Oct. 12, 1868 Parent 
Married | See Sec. V, Page 3 
es Foster J, Kwiss Mareh 18, 1864! 
Children 
Findley Fart E. Kwiss Feb. 22, 1889" Ancestry: Same as chil- 
sl Fern F. *(6)| April 28, 1891! dren on Page 313. 
™ Josepx J. (614) | Dee. 25, 1897 
i 
Ferx F. Kwiss April 28, 1891 | 
Married 
Raymon Keys 
Children | Ancestry: Same as chil- 
Davin Keys dren on Page 5. 
Page 612 
' 
Birth Pace Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCISTRY 
{ 
Findley JosepH J. Kwiss Dee. 25, 1897 Parent 
Married | See Sec. V, Page 6 
MARIAN Soons Aug. 8, 1898! 
Children | 
| 
Fostoria — Cora M. GEORGIA June 15, 1871 Parent 
Married See Sec. V, Page 3 
CHARLES M. HENNING 
Children | 
Bt Robert CC. HENNING Oct. 9, 1901. Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| dren on Page 312. 
Ke Ropekt C. HENNING Oct. 9, 1901) 
Married } 
Columbus Mary 
Children | 
_‘ Ina Mak HENNING June 9, 1922 Ancestry: Same as chil- 


dren on Page 5. 








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3 BOOK TWO 
Section V Page 7 
BirtH Pace Fairy Naes Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Fostoria, O. WILLIAM B. GEORGIA March 25, 1874 Parent 
Married See Sec. V, Page 3 
Forest ZETTE ESTELLE Moore Oet. 6, 1876 
No children 
Fostoria MacGte R. GEORGIA June 23, 1878} Aug. 2, : 1922 Parent 
Married | See Sec. V, Page 3 
CHARLES Bass 
f | 
Children 
es MarigE Bass Ancestry: Same as chil- 
dren on Page 314. 
ee CORWIN 





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SECTION VI—Book Two. 





This Section relates to the children and descenaants 
of 
CyRENEuS S. GEORGIA AND HIS WIVES, 
MARGARET (HARVEY) AND Mary (LOovELL) GerorGta. 


hint 


Directory. 


to 
~1 
Zz 


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DIRECTORY —Section V1 


BOOK TWO 


Naines, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) living adult descendants of Cyreneus S. Georota 
and MarGaret Harvey, (first wife) and Mary Lovett, (second wife). 


LOVELL, 
LOVELL, 
GEORGIA, 
PHILLIPS, 
PHILLIPS, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
REED, 
REED, 
GEORGIA, 
BEMENT, 
GEORGIA, 
GEORGIA, 
HAVENS, 
GEORGIA, 


Mrs. Bettie (Georgia) 
Charles B. 


Mrs. Prudie E. (widow of Stilson B.) 


Mrs. Lena M. (Georgia) 

Miss Ethel B. 

Elbert 3. 

Vernon W. 

Mrs. Emma E. (Georgia) 
Miss Hazel 3. 

Charles E. 

Mrs. Lottie A. (Georgia) 
Edmund M. 

Jerome L. 

Mrs. Flossie A. (Georgia) 
Willard E. 


5446 Garfield Ave. 
S45 Plymouth Building 
$19 Fulton St. 

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ae 
Box 384 
R: D. Xo. § 
308 Bryant Ave. 


279 


Interlaken, N.Y. 
ae 

Woonsocket, S. D. 

Huron, S. D. 


“ec 


Minneapolis, Minn. 
ae 
Rapid City, 8. D. 
‘ 
Trumansburg, N. Y. 
ae 
“ee 
oe 


Ithaca, N. Y. 


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BCOK TWO 
Section VI 























| 
BirtH Pvace | Famiry Names Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Newfield, N. Y. CYRENEUS S, GEORGIA | Sept 13, Isls) Sept. 9, 1901 Parent 
Married See Sec. O, Page 2 
MARGARET Harvey 1853 
Children | 
Enfield OLIVE GECRGiA * i Died age 4 yrs. Grandparents 
ce Bettie *(114) | June 6, 1S45, See Sec. O, Page 2 
“s Stitsen B. (113)] Feb. 13, Is4s Aug. 6, 1917 Great-gramdparents 
See Sec. O, Page 11/2 
Second Marriage 
to | | 
Mary Love. | May 17, 1821, Aug. 16, 1910 
Children 
Enfield CHARLES E. Georgia (3), Dee. 9 17, 1857 
id JEROME L, (3) Sept. 11, 1863, 
| 
| 
Page 144 
BirtH PLace Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| 
Enfield | Bettie GEORGIA June 6, 1845 Parent 
Married See Sec. Vi, Page 1 
JoHx W. Lovey Jan 1824 1s92 
Children 
Interlaken CHARLES B. LovELL July 6, 1867 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| dren below. 
Enfield StTivson B. GeorGia | ee 13, 1848! Aug. 6, 1917 Parent 
Married See Sec. Vi, Page 1 
ss Prubie E. LANNING June — 8, 1850 
Children 
Dix Freep W. Georacta Oct. 30, oi Oct. 9, 1906 Grandparents 
“s Lexa M. (2) Nos. 2, 1874) See Sec. VI, Page 1 
Enfield ELBERT 5. (2)| Nov. 15, 1S76) Great-grandparents 
a Emma E, (2%) | Jan 26, 1881 See Sec. O, Page 2 


i 


2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1%, 





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Section VI 








Iowa 


Page 2 








BirtH PLACE Famiry Names Born i Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | | | 
| 
Dix, Ni ¥. i Lexa M. Georata ‘Nov, 23,. 1874! Purent 
Married | | Sce Sec. VI, Page 1 
Howarp R. PHinuips i June 11, 1874 
| | | 
Children 
: -— Anvestry: Same as ehil- 
Woonsocket, 8. D. | Erne. B. PHILLIPS j April, 18, 1899 Ancestry: Same vay chil 
dren below. 
{ 
oe es | 
Enfield, N. Y. Expert S. Groroia j Nov. 15, 1876 Parent 
Married | Sce Sec. FI, Page 14; 
LILLIAN. ————_—— 
Children | 
Minneapolis, Minn.) Verxox W. GeorGia July 2, 1902 | Ancestry: Same as chil- 
| | | dren below. 
! 
| | | 
‘ 
Page 215 
l | = =— 
BirtH Prace Famiry Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Enfield, N. Y. Emma E. Grorota Jan. 26, 1881! | Parent 
Married | See Sec. VI, Page 1%, 
CHARLES S. REED April 3, 1880 } 
Children 
Woonsocket, 8. D. | HazeL M. REED 1901 Grandparents 
See Sec. VI, Page 1'/, 
Rapid City NORMAN 1920 | Great-grandparents 


| 
Mareh 1, 
Jan. 15, 


See Sec. VI, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1'/, 


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BOOK TWO 











Birth PLace Famiry Names 


Enfield, N. Y. CHARLES E, GEorGiA 


Married 
Newfield Cena L. Brink 
Children 
Enfield Lottie A. GEORGIA 


EpMUND M. 

4 JEROME L. GEORGIA 
Married 

Evia M. MILLER 


Children 


Fiossig£ A. GEORGIA 
Rert C. 
Witiarp E, 


BirtH Pace Famity Names 


Enfield Lortig A. GEORGIA 
Married 


Homer J. BEMENT 


Children 
Epxna May BEMENT 


Fvossié A. GEORGIA 
Married 
Harvey Havens 


Children 
THELMA C. HAVENS 


MARION 





Section VI Page 5 
Born Diep ANCFSTRY 
Dee 17, 1857 Parent 
See Sec. V1, Page 1 
June 13, sel} July 10, 1901 
*(3%) | Oct. 3, 1893 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
May = 20, 1895 dren below. 
Sept. 11, 1865 | Parent 
See Sec. VI, Page 1 
Feb. 27, 1864 
(3%)! Nov. 21, 1887! | Grandparents 
Dee. 15, ISSs| May 24,1914, Sce Sec. VI, Page 1 
Oct. 15, 1900, Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 1% 
ee 315 
Tete = eet! = Ee Mee = Se 
eh Re ee Be Born Diep ANCESTRY 
Oct. 3, 1893 Parent 
See See. V1, Page 3 
Sept. 2, 1910 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
" dren below. 
Nov. 21, 1887 Parent 
See Sec. VI, Page 3 
Dec. 17, 1884 
| Aug. 17, 1908 Grandparents 
| April. 4, 1910! See Sec. VI, Page 3 


Great-grandparents 

See Sec. VI, Page 1 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Sec. O, Page 2 

| 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Sec. O, Page 1% 





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ELIJAH BURR GEORGIA, 3rd 





BOOK THREE 
of the 
GEORGIA RECORD AND HISTORY. 





oe-9s 
Ter tee 


This part of the RECORD relates to the descendants 
of 
Evigau Burr (1st) anp Keziar (STEWART) GEORGIA. 


Mateo nt en’, 
nos testestecteete 
bea ae ae he ae 


Historical Account and Directory. 





ELMER A. GEORGIA WILLIAM W. GEORGIA 


283 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


ELIJAH BURR GEORGIA Ist 


The father of this branch of the Georgia family came from Wales, during * 
the war of the Revolution, with an older brother. They located for a time in 
New Milford. Conneeticut. There the brother, William, married and had four 
children, and, owing to a disagreement with his wife concerning their going to 
Wales, with the children, he left them and never returned. (See first pages of 
this Record.) The first authentic account we have of this younger one, Elijah 
Burr Georgia, is taken from an old History of Delaware County, New York. 
published many years ago. It says that ** Elijah Georgia and Keziah Stewart 
were the first settlers to marry.”° This agrees with the traditions of the family, 
that their first forbear in America married a Stewart. 

In the year 1793 many of the people of New Milford, Connecticut, came to 
Meredith, New York, and settled. They seem to have been encouraged by one, 
Nathan Stilson, who in 1791, purchased 500 acres of timbered land. near the 
present site of Meredith. Amony these early settlers we find the names of 
Nathaniel Stewart, Truman Stilson, Daniel North, whese daughter Sally later 
married Miles Georgia, and others. This movement seems to have brought along 
the young man, Elijah Burr Georgia. and later his marriage to Nathaniel 
Stewart's daughter occurred. They had one son who they named Elijah Burr. 
after his father. That made the third one to be called by that name, at that 
time. It cannot be learned that they ever had any other children, at any time. 
Neither is it now known where they settled, or when or where they died. Some 
have claimed that they later settled and lived in North Hampton, Massachusetts. 
An inquiry there fails to find any one by the name of Georgia. A search of a 
list of all inscriptions, taken from the tombstones in all of the cemeteries of 
that city and near by towns, also fails to give the name of any one named Georgia. 

However, the young boy, Elijah Burr (3rd), seems to have gone with his 
grandparents. the Stewarts, and was brought up by them. He married Electa 
Saphronia Hill, was a farmer and lived in Delaware County all his life. They 
had six children. He died July 24th, 1554. at the age of 57. Ilis death is said 
to have been caused by a stroke of lightning. Tlis descendants have, with few 
exceptions, remained in Delaware and Otsego Counties. They are a sturdy, 
steady going people, and mostly farmers. 


WILLIAM W. GEORGIA 


William W. Georgia was the youngest of the six children born to Elijah 
Burr (3rd) and Electa Saphronia Georgia. His father was the founder of that 
branch of the Georgia family in Delaware County, New York, and was the only 

284 


Names, and last known postoffice address, of the now (1924) 


THE GEORGIA GENEALOGY 


son of Elijah Burr Georgia (1st), who came from Wales, and Keziah Stewart- 
Georgia. 

William married Abia M .Munson, and they began housekeeping in the town 
of Franklin. <Atter some years they moved on a farm in the town of Morris, 
where they lived at the time of his death. They had seven children, two sons and 
five daughters. In 1864, September Ist. he enlisted to serve as a private in the 
war of the Rebellion. About the middle of that month he was mustered into 
the service for one year in Company ID) 144th New York Volunteer Infantry. 
He was transfered, October 6th, 1864, to Company C. First New York Engineers, 
where he remained until July 3rd, 1865, when he was honorably discharged at 
Hilton's Head, South Carolina. He died January 20th. 1905, at the age of 75 
years. 

O00C 


DIRECTORY 
BOOK THREE 


and Kezian (STEWART) GEORGIA. 


GEORGIA, Ira A. Merridale, N. Y. 
(IEORGIA, Ruess “ 

GEORGIA, Charles W. Ke DB. Otego, N. Y. 

GEORGIA, Miss Nellie O. es se 

GEORGIA, Myron M. “Ne. 2 ef 

GEORGIA, Morrell C. Kortright, N. Y. 
GEORGIA, Wesley C. Otego, N.Y. | 
GEORGIA, Mrs. Jane P. (widow of Elmer W.) West Kortright, N. Y. 
GrEorGIA, Clinton H. Treadwell, N. Y. 
GEORGIA, Almon W. West Kortright, N. Y. 
Brown, Charles Meredith, N. Y. 
MILLER, Mrs. Ruby lone (Georgia) West Harpersfield, N. Y. 
GEORGIA, Myrl J. West Kortright, N. Y. 
GEORGIA, Fred D. 36 Cherry St. Oneonta, N. Y. 
GEORGIA, Miss Edna A. a on 

GEORGIA, Earl L. 58 Academy St. eh 

GEORGIA, Charles A. 629 Palisade Ave. West New York, N. J. 
GEORGIA, Mis. Ida T. (widow of Valdemar O.) Milford, N. Y. 
GrorGIA, Leo te 

GEORGIA, John ‘ec 

GEorGIA, Miss Mabel , “ 

GEORGIA, Miss Letha 66 

GeorGIA, Hirge F. , Maryland, N. Y. 
DEAN, Mrs. Saphronia E. (Georgia) Treadwell, N. Y¥. 
BOSEWELL, Mrs. Eliza S. (Georgia) Doubleday St. Binghamton, N. Y. 
MERRITT, Mrs, Ethel A. (Bosewell) es 66 

WILson, Mrs. Edith M. (Bosewell) &e 

TRIPP, Mrs. Ida De Etta (Georgia) $9 North St. Walton, N. Y. 
HENDERSON, Mrs. M. Gertrude (Tripp) Ks 6s 

ELLswortu, Mrs. Emma B, (Georgia) Burlington Flats, N. 


285 


living adult descendants of Exisan Burr (lst) 


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DIRECTOR\Y—Book Three—Continued 


Geroxraia, Mrs. Abin (widow of Willian) Box S4 Edmeston, N.Y. 
Van PELT, Mrs. Edith M. (Ellsworth) 12 Waite St. Norwich, N.Y. 
Van PELt, Mrs. Minnie B. (Ellsworth) New Berlin, N. Y. 
ELLSWORTH, Frank M. Burlington Flats, N. Y. 
ELLswortn, Foster A. sig 

DECKER, Mrs. Addie M. (Georgia) Garrettsville, N. Y. 
DECKER, Delos M. Otego, N. Y. ; 
DECKER, Earl «. Treadwell, N. Y. 
DECKER, Irving A. ae 

DECKER, Warren C. . si 

Urrer, Mrs. Bertha L. (Georgia) R. D. No. 1 Edmeston, N. Y. 
GEorGIA, Delos N. Franklin, N. Y. 
GEorGIA, Donald ou 

Georeia, Miss Anna = 

KUEHN, Mrs. Hazel (Utter) “e 

STEVENS, Mrs. Mahel R. (Georgia) Box 184 Edmeston, N. Y. 
STEVENS, Mises Adslie a ga 

Vas Pett, Herman L. 12 Waite St. Norwieh, N.Y. 
Van PELT, Guy T. es sn 

Van PEt, Miss Flossie L. wt es 

Van PELT, Raynor New Berlin, N. Y. 





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SirtH Prace Fanity Nawes Bern Diep | ANCESTRY 
! | 
Wales Busan Bure Georgi, (Ist) | 
| Married | 
KeEzIAH STEWART i 
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Children | 
1 
Meredith, N.Y.) Evisan B. Georcta (3rd)* (114) April 15, 1797 ‘July 24, a 
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| Euisan B. Georcta, Jr. (3rd) April 15, 1797 July 24, 1854 Parent 
Married See Page 1 
| Evecta SapHeexia HILt Sept. 19, 1795 Sept. 24, 1877 
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H Children | 
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Davenport, N.Y. | Maranpa GeorGta (2) , Aug. 3, 1817 | | Grandparents 
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: ' See Page 1 
ue | "Eaeiee H. (2%) June 4, 1819 March 12, 1903, 
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es ABIAH (. (445) Sept. 10, 1523 | 
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tt | Eumer A, (5) March 12, 1826) Feb, 12, 1906, 
| i H | 
“ Moses E. (10) March 15, 1529 Oct. 15, 1909) 
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« Wittias (11) April 15, 1835) Jan. 20, 1905) 


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Brtnh Pace Famury Nanes 


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/Maranpa GEORGIA 
Married 
Brows 


Davenport, N. Y. 


Children 


CHARLES Brown 








Davenport CuarLes H. Georcia 
= Married 
Ouive GREEN 


Children 
Davenport Ira A. GEORGIA 
es Erte EF. 
ee CHARLES WESLEY 
Franklin Apr Homer 
Davenport Morreu L, 





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Aug. 3, 1817) 
| Born | Diep 
= 4, 1819 March 12, 
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Oct. q, aia Dec. 22, 
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(8) | Oct. 14, 1841, 
| Oct. 30, 1842 April 6, 
(34%), Oct. 8, 1846. 
March 21, 1850; Nov. 20, 
(4) | June 13, 1860 


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ANCESTRY 


Parent 
See Page 11/2 


Grandparents 
See Page 11/2 
Great-grandparents 
See Page 1 


Page 21; 








1903 


1870 


1911 


1870 
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ANCESTRY 


Parent 
See Page 1%, 


Grandparents 
See Page 11/3 
Great-grandparents 
See Page 1 


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BirtH Piace Famity Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Davenport, N. Y. | Tea AL Georgia Oct. 14, Is4] | Parent 
| Married See Page 2 
Meredith | JEANETTE OSTERHAUT 1S4q Jan, 26, 1915 
Children Grana ; 
ue Rvess E. Grorts }July 1S, 1875 prancpareuts 
: : i { See Lage Ll 
| Greut-grandparents 
See Kage 1", 
! 2nd Great-grnadparents 
| ' See Page 1 
| ; 
“ | Rvess E. Groreta July 1S, IS75 Parent 
. 2, > ae 
Married } ' See Page 3 
ts Epirn M. Suaw | March 8, 1873 | 
Children | 
6 | Frances R. GEoreta j 1914 | Grandparents 
j | ' See Page 3 
| | ; Great-grandparents 
! | | See Page 21/ 
| | 2nd Great-grandparents 
| { ' See Page 1 
{3rd Great-grandparents 
| | | Sce Page 1 
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Birt) Pace Fasury Names Borx Diep : ANCESTRY 
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Davenport CHARLES W. Grorcia 
7 st —}-—-- Married 
Mary E. Munson 
Children 
Tupper NELLIE O. GEORGIA 
ts Myron M. 


i Myrox M. GeorGia 
Married 
JENNIE M. Briscoe 
Children 
CarRLron W. GEORGIA 
Euia E. 





Oct. S, 1846 Parent 
— eg Cee : See Page 21, 
March 11, 1849} : 

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Dee. 12, S74 
July = 21, 1882. 
| i 


Grandparents 

| See Page 21/5 
Great-grandparents 
- See Page 11/5 


| 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Page 1 
July 21, Iss? Parent 


See Page 3%, 
April 1, 1885 


July 5, 1911! oer 
So { yee Page 3) 

March 31, 1913! Ge cntgicicioate sale 
See Page 21, 

2nd Great-grandparents 
See Page 1%, 

13rd Great-grandparents 
\ See Page 1 


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BirtH Pace Famity Names Born Dirp ANCESTRY 
Davenport, N. Y. | Morrery L. Georcra June 13, 1560 Parent 
Married See Page £¥ 
Morris JULIA MUDGE March 29, 1860 
Children 
West Laurens WESLEY (. GEORGIA March 26, 1882 Grandparents 
See Page + 
Great-grandparents 
See Page 11, 
2nd Great-grandparents 
Bn See Page I 
Wes.ey C. Gerorcia March 26, 1882 rian) eae 
Married | See Page i 
Union Springs Mcrmiet B. Carr March 29, 1890 
Children 
Shenvood KENNETH C. GEORGIA Aug. 6, 1908 Grandparents 
Canandaigua CLAUDINE Jan. 9, 1915! | See Page ¢ 
| | Great-grandparents 
See Page 21, 
2nd Great-graniparents 
See Page 1'/ 
3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Fage 1 
Page 4% 
BirtH PLACE Famity NaMeEs | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
| 
Davenport, N. Y. | ABiAH C. GroRGIA Sept. 10, 1823 Parent 
Married See Page 1%, 
CHARLES CHARTER Dead 
Children 
Mary CHARTER Dead 


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BirtH Pace | Famiry Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
a 
Davenport, N. Y. | ELMER A, GEORGIA Mareh 12, 1826; Feb. 12, 1906 Parent 
Married See Faye 1, 
OrrHa JANE WHITE July 22, 1831) Sept. 1910 
Children | 
Davenport | ELMER Wasson GeorGia * (513) | Nov. 4+, 1863) Oct. 10,, 1922 Grandparents 
| See Paye 1%, 
Meredith DewiGHt R. (7)| duly = 21, mit June 17, 1911 Great-grandparents 
See Page 
« VALDEMAR OMAR (8)| Nov. 18, sa Dec. 29, 1923 ae 
Davenport Birce F. (9) | Feb. 3, 1851; 
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ba Cotuis FE, Oct. 26, are Nov. 11, 1873 
“ SapHRoNia E. (9)| May 13, ai 
Ss Eviza Sopuia (945) | Oct. 6, 1870; 
as Le Osca Leta | 
Page 514 
BrrtH PLaAce Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Davenport ELMER W. GEorGIA Nov. 4, 1863 | Oct. 10, 1922 Parent 
Married { See Page 5 
Franklin JaNe Pomeroy CHURCH Aug. 27, 1865) 
Children 
N. Franklin CLINTON H. GEORGIA (6) | Nov. 1, 1890 Grandparents 
See Page 3 
“ ALMON W. (6)| Dee. 17, 1892! Great-grandparents 
See Page 1%/, 
ue Rusy IoNe (6%4)| Nov. 6, 1894 2nd Great-grandparents 
: See Page 1 
“ Myre J. (6%)| Jan. 15, 1898 
Retu E, May 6, 1909 
(Adopted) 





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Birtn Pace 


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N. Franklin, N. Y. + CLinton H. Grorcta 


Franklin 


NX. Franklin 
Oneonta 


W. Kortright 
N. Kortright 
W. Kortright 











BirtH Pace 





N. Franklin 


S. Gilboa 


W. Harpersfield 


N. Franklin 


‘W. Kortright 





above. 


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eae ees | 
| Famity Names : Born | Dirp | ANCESTRY 
{ ‘ 
| Nov 1, 1890. . Parent 
‘ Married | | See Pager 315 
| CHESSa PEARL Scott | 
| Children | | 
| MAURICE CLINTON GEORGIA | May 2, 192+ { Ancestry: Sutre as chil- 
i | | dren below. 
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} ALMON W. Georcia Dee. 17, 1892 Parent 
Married | Sce Page 513 
Lavixa M. Miner Feb. 18, 1894" 
Children 
LAVINA A. GEORGIA | Dee. 19, 1915 Grandparents 
| Meare J. Mareh 27, 191s! See Page -'3 
| HuLpaH CORNELIA ‘July’ 23, 1922 Great-grandparents 
| See Paar 3 
2nd Great-grand; urents 
i See Page i', 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Page 1 
Page 612 
Famity Names 1 Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
' 
Rusy IONE GEORGIA Nov 6, Seal ¥ Parent 
Murried See Page 51 
LEON MILLER June 22, 1590 
Children 
Leoxa G. MILLER Feb. 28, 1920 Grandparents 
See Page 315 
Great-granlyarents 
See Page 3 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Page I13 
3rd Great-grandparents 
Sec Page 1 
Myev J. GEorGIA | Jan. 15, 1898 Parent 
Married See Page 51/2 
JENNIE DRAVETSKY | ; 
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Children | i 
Rusy ALVINA GEORGIA Feb. 2, 1924 Ancestry: Same as child 
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Birtu Pace Famity Names | Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
Meredith, N.Y.) DewieHtT R. Georgia | July 21, 1855| June 17, 1911 Parent 
Married j See Pane 3 
AxNaA E. | June 26, 1867 
| 
Children | 
- { | 
Maryland Frep D. GEeorGia *(71,)) July 17, 1ss4 Grandparents 
| See Page 5 
ps Earu L. (743)} Jan. 9, 1891 Great-grandparents 
See Page 11, 
sd CHARLES <A, Dee. 4, 1894 2nd Great-grandparents 
See Page 1 
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BirtH PLACE Famity Names | Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
Maryland FRED D. GEORGIA July 17, 1884 | Parent 
Married See Page 7 
Leta A. Howranp April 27, 1886 
| Children 
South Valley | Epxa A. GEORGIA Sept. 13, 1906 Grandparents 
See Page 7 
Laurens Erma M. May 6, 1911 Great-grandparents 
See Page 3 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Page 11, 
3rd Great-grandpurents 
! See Page 1 
Maryland | Bart L. Georcta Jan. 9, acti Parent 
| Married | | See Page 7 
Springfield, Mass. ELeanor A. RANDALL ;oe% 3, 1895 
| Children | Aneestry: Same as chil- 
Oneonta, N. Y. | Carson D. Georeta (July 19, 1915 dren above. 





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Birto Piace | Famiry Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
Meredith, N. Y. VaLpeMAR Omar GEORGIA Nov. 1S, 1859 Dee. 29, 1923 Parent 
Married ‘ See Page 3 
'Ipa TrRXeR 
| 
| Children i H 
Milford | Leo GEorG1a *(815)) July 5, 1883 Grandparents 
| : | See Page 3 
“e | JOHN April 3, 1859 ! Great-grandparents 
i H See Page 1% 
“a ; MABEL March 29, 1898) (2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Page 7 
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Page $1) 
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BertH Piace | Faxiny Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
1 
5 ! 
Milford Leo GEORGIA July 5, 1883 | Parent 
Married ' Sce Page 8 
H MAUDE CAMPBELL 
. Children 
“ LeTHA GEORGIA ‘Sept. 4, 1904 Grandparents 
See Page & 
£$ FLORENCE - Dee. 9, 1909 Great-grandparents 
| See Page 3 
os Haro_p | Nov. 8, 1918 2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Page 1, 
es MARJORIE ;April 4, 1921 | 3rd Great-grandparents 
; See Page 1 
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Page 9 
BirtH Pace Famity Names | Born | Diep ANCESTRY 
| | , 
Davenport, N. Y. | Bree FL Grorata | Feb, 3, 18510 i Parent 
| Married | i See Page 5 
Meredith ; Sanan Brewer ! 
i No children 
} 
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Davenport , Sapukonia E. Georeta May = 13, 1854 Parent 
| Married } See Page 5 
Masonville JoHN E. DrEaN ‘Jan. 14, 1862 
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No children | 
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= i 
Bert Piace Fammiy Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
' 
Davenport Eviza S. GEorGia Oct. 6, 1870 j Parent 
Married Sce Page 5 
Worcester “CHARLES A. BosEWELL April 7, 1866 | 
Children 
Oneonta ETHEL A. BcsewELu “(9ts) sug. 19, 1892 Grandparents 
j | | See Page 3 
“e : EpitH Mae (10) Oer 16, 1895 Great-grandparents 
i } ; See Page 11/2 
i | 2nd Great-grandparents 
! See Page 1 
Oneonta , ETHEL A. RoseWweLe ‘Aug. 19, 1892 { 
. ' Farent 
| Married H See Pane 91 
'CLype Merritt | soli 
Children i | 
Johnson City — A. MERRITT | age 18, 1912 Grandparents 
‘ | See Page 91/, 
. GERTRUDE E. { Sept. 20, 1914 i Great-grandparents 
| See Page 5 
ie | CHARLOTTE ELIza / June 20, 1918 2nd Great-grandparents 
| : See Page 1%, 
3rd Great-grandparents 
} ' } See Page 1 





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Birth Piace | Faxuty Names Born | Diep | ANCESTRY 
es | i 
Oneonta, N. Y. | EpttH M. Boskwe.. Oct. 16, 1895} Parent 
{ Married { j See Page 13 
; Epwarp CC, WiLsox ; 
| Children i i 
Geataure E, Wison Oct. 22, 1913, Grandparents 
| | See Page 1; 
| Great-grandpzrents 
! } See Page 5 
2nd Great-grandparents 
| See Page i'; 
| 3rd Great-grandparents 
g H 
See Page i 
Davenport | Mcses E. GEORGIA | Mareh 15, 1829] Oct. 15. 1909 Parent 
Married j F 
caecensger 1S See Page It, 
ee cee April 23, 1829] Feb, 25, 1901 
Children 
Ip, De Etta GEORGIA Nov. 29, 1837] Grandparents 
See Page it, 
Great-graudparents 
g } 
| See Page 1 
Page 101; 
| | 
BirtH Pace | Famity Names ’ Born Diep \ ANCESTRY 
j 1 
' : ' 
Ipa D. E. GeorGta ‘Nov. 29, 1857; | Parent 
| . 
| Married | | See Page 10 
| THostas TRIPP Sept. 14, ig: May 27, 1923 
i | | | 
i Children { ' | 
| M. Gertevpe Tripp | Sept. 28, 1875, Grandparents 
\ | See Page lv 
| j Great-grandparents 
| See Page i'3 
M. Geetecoe Trier Sept. 28, 1878. , 2nd Great-grandparents 
i 
Married | See Page 1 


Hersert D. HENDERSON 


April 18, 1868. | 
No children { 


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miawen Baca | a Os TAT a 
Birttt PLace | Famity Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
————————————— ee ee 
Davenport, N.Y. | WiLLtamM Grercta April 15, 1835) Jan, 20, 1905 Parent 
Married ; See Page 11 
Franklin Asia M. Munson May 29, 1539! 
| 
Children | 
} 
ef EmMa B. Georgia *(1145)] Sept. 18, 1s62 Grandparents 
H 
““ Apple M. (13) | May 27, 1806, See Page I'/ 
“ Detos N. (14)| Feb. 12, 1869) Great-grandparents 
a See Page 1 
sd BertHa L. (14) } Dee. 1, 1ST 1 
sf Eva E. Oct. 23, 1874; Sept. 19, 1S 80) 
“ MaBet B. (1413)| Dee. 17, 1877) 
Morris Mitey L. Sept. 29, 1883) Feb. 9 20, 1596) 
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BirtH Ptace | Famiry Names Born Diep ANCESTRY 
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Franklin, N.Y. | Exma B. Groreta Sept. 13, foil Parent 
Married See Page 1i 
Morris Rospert ELtsworTu Feb. 17, 1858 
Children 
New Berlin EpirH M. ELLswortH (12) | Jan. 12, 1882 Grandparents 
= LENA Aug. 3, 1883, Sept. 27, 1833 See Page 11 
Meredith Mixsiz B. (12%)| May 26, 1 ‘eas Great-grandparents 
4a ‘ecmenan = ne P as wae See Page 1% 
Pease 3: “ae i) faa a; Oe 2nd Great-grandparents 
se Mary F. Nov. 30, 1889| Feb. 15, 100 See Page 1 
S. Edmeston Foster A. June 22, | | 
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Birtu Pace 


New Berlin, N.Y. 


Rockdale 


S. Edmeston 


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Famiry Names Born Diep 


Enith M. ELiswortn 
Married 
Merton L. Van Pett 


Jun. 12) 
Ang. Ss, 1861 


Children 


HERMoN L. VAN FELT Aug. 22, 1899 








Union Guy T. Jan. 6, 1905 
Walton Syivin M. July 19, 1907 Jure 15, 
#8 *Lossir. L. June 24, 1909 
Sidney Forest L. May = 25, 1915 
#6 Hentex M. March = 1,, 1916 
BrmtnH Piacr Fasriy Names } Born Diep 
Meredith, N. Y. Mixsiz BR. E_tswortu May 26, 1885, 


Morris 


Union 
New Berlin 
Winfield 


ae 


Norwich 


Meredith 


Burlington Flats 


Married 


i M..E. Vax PEt 'Sept. 13, 1882 
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Children 


Raynor Van PEt March 29, 1906 


KENNETH Mayr 28, 1908 
CECIL Oct. 23,, 7012 
| PERCEY ; Oct. 25, 1914 
MILDRED Dee. 27, 1917 


Siam rinede canines 


Fraxk M. ELLswortu Jan. 13, 1SS8S_ 
Married 


\ 
{ Myette WasHecrs 
| 


Children 


HELEN E. ELLSWORTH April 20, 1922 


i 


1909 


Parent 
See Page 11% 


Grandparents 
See Page 11% 
Great-grandparents 
See Page 11 
2nd Great-grandparents 
! See Page 14 
, 3rd Great-grandparents 
See Page 1 


Page 1215 


ANCESTRY 


Parent 
See Page 11, 


Grandparents 
See Page 11%, 
Great-grandparents 
See Page 11 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Page 11 
3rd Great-grandparents 
See Page 1 


' Parent 
; See Page 11'/, 


Ancestry: Sume as chil- 


j dren above. 





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Famiry Names 


Apple M. GEORGIA 
Married 
j MANES W. DECKER 


i Children 


Diep 


May 27, 1866 











' 


| ANCESTRY 


Parent 
See Page 11 


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Treadwell WESLEY DECKER ' Mareh 5, ISs4 Oct. 30, 1884 Grandparents 
“ Devos E. *(1315) Aug. 7, 1889 Sec Page 11 
=~ Est. ic. (1312) June 24, IS82 Great-grandparents 
od | Peart E. {Dee. 20, S94 Jan. 10, 1900; Sce Page 1% 
as !dpving A. (1343) Dee. 3, Ise 2nd Great-grandparents 
as Warren C. | Jan. 14, 190-4 See Page 1 
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BrrtH Pace | Fanury Names Born Diep | ANCESTRY 
| | 
Treadwell, N. Y. | DELos E. DECKER : Aug. 7, 1889 Parent 
: Married j See Page 13 
LEAH RB. Berpick , 
' 
\ Children | 
Orego | Geornce DECKER July 5, 1915 Grandparents 
me | PEARL , March 30, 1921 | See Page 13 
| : Great-grandparents 
| See Page ti 
| 2nd Great-grandparents 
{ | See Page 1t/ 
' i 3rd Great-grandparents 
| See Page 1 
Treadwell | Eart C. DECKER June 24, 1892 Parent 
} Married H See Page 13 
j Eva J. Miccer : ‘ 
| Children ' 
of ' RuTH DECKER | Dee. 25, 1912 Ancestry: Same as chil- 
ae ! PAULENE | Jan. 3, 1920 dren above. 
| i | | 
“ | Irving A. DECKER /Dee. 3, :1896, Parent 
H Married | | See Page 13 
Epxa FE. Matteson | 
Children i : 
“e | Earxesr J. DECKER Oct. 28, 1920 Ancestry: Same as chil- 


dren above. 


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Birth Pace Famiry Names | Born 
| 
Franklin, N. Y. DeLos N. Grorcia Feb. 12, 1s69| 
Married 
Matrit. DoNNELLY Dee. 19, ak 
Children | 
*s DoxaLp GEORGIA July 22, 1905 | 
we ANNA Jan. 12, 1908) 
| 
&¢ BertTHa L. GeorGta Dee. ay 1871! 
Married : 
Maryland Invinc UTTER 
Children 
Franklin Haze A. UTTer *(1413)) Jan. 13, 1895° 
“ | CLARENCE A. ha 24, 1904! 
Brito Piace Famity Names ' Borx : 
Franklin, N. Y. HazeL A. UTrer Jan. 13, 1895 
Married | 
Epwarp KUEHN | 
Children 
Franklin, N. ¥. | Maspet B. Georcta Dec 15, 1877) 
Married 
IRVING STEVENS Dee. 31, 1885 
Children 
Edmeston Appige E. STEVENS ' Oct. 7, 1906 | 
a F. Etmo Dee. 16, 1910| 
. Earu L, Aug. 15, 1917 


| 


Page l4 


ANCESTRY 


Parent 
See Page 11 


Grandparents ° 
See Page 11 
Great-grandparents 
See Page 11/, 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Page 1 


Parent 
See Page 11 


Ancestry: Same as chil- 


dren above. 
Page 1414 
ANCESTRY 
Parent 


See Page 14 


Parent 
See Page 11 


Grandparents 
See Page 11 
Great-grandparents 
See Page 1%, 
2nd Great-grandparents 
See Page i 





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300 


NAME INDEX 


This Index has all the names of the Georgia Family. as tabulated in this Record. including all that have 


joined the family by marriage or adoption. 


in this book, who are not tabulated. 


Abbott; Helen soscisecceuss Bis 
Acker, B@na cccssccsuassse 202 
Acre, Edward: . .no0cc sence ee lae 

Waronidd Ri ssniccrgsesscs 132 


Aleorn, William 





Josie ) 
Mary D4, 255 
MERGING csi ie sceneries ee, VOD 
TH) oo ws SEE OSS 254, 256 
Rolland S., acocen os oc 25d, 253 
FIAZEL cairo eevee cet Dee EO 
Vallers. scsascscxcucace<. 234 
SOF ce eswarieacssaaw sae ee 254 
TENSTIN | cecasvtirccesdieenteresiie- eke EOE 
ClaO: a serraiwasieeesuw ne tate 254 
Aldrich, Lena B. ...:....... 2s 
Aldrich, Charles E. ......... 263 
Arion: (Gs secatese igh as sere 263 
Clair Bi seccwew os wv wis os a 263 
Alexander, Catherine ....... 95 
Allen, Juana capcasse oy ows so 
Allen, Wide, secs seve wove 156 
Allen, Charles ............. 239 
Anderson; A. Leslié 22... a0: 222 
wacel Bee sean cn ow ee wea SS 
Kenneth Be cnwiscasc seen Boe 
Anderson, Frank J. ........ 249 
Arbuckle, Luther L. ......-. 256 
Catherine Je sa es Haas 256 
Lathte Ta, IPs x se nevenwes 256 
Clare Augusta ........... 256 
Armstrong, Etta L. ......... 138 
Armstrong, Fred) . . s-6c+0.» 130 
Atcheson, May A. .........- 127 
Axtell, Charles Ji ci isece... 272 
Richard Tas: case wewsw wns au BIZ 
Axtell, Lewis J. ..........- 238 
Aylesworth, Julius P...... 44, 45 
7 a) Se 45, 46 
Arthur Lee ........... 45, 46 
Raymond W. .......... 45, 47 
Emly Mi sates cacs anes 45, 47 
DERIY) «6 pisbitacisiciimaeiagncnins's 46 
Ralph: D: ss caewaaicscs ses 47 
PROGtieh cc scerssieanaatbiorecersie 46 
Bahb, Charles ......0......- 277 
MSHE: Soctesar amnesia aes 277 
COR WIR cnaibediaainieses vivtevos sien 277 


Backus; Waldo ‘De «ss casa (220 
Mabel Toe sisseoscasedvceereore ee ton 
Alen Ds sscacewues ox 220,221 

Bawon, LOSh « .< s< cweca wna 183 
FEMMES Fs ssp se carsinames 183 
Marion Gs  sagawcovismscs 1S3 

Bailes, ‘Carrie A. ..5c<c 00005 24 

Butlers (\OUNEF 5 <ca-crencisceie eres 182 
Reijimin Fy scasscseng<n 132 
SUEUR Ghee ccoisay sii ene, nee 132, 1385 
PROCDE: c.c0cn 26 SS dR ee 132, 1338 
Hires. Elisha: <s.07ss0uen 132 
Raxsmondl: Be sacs sie ye sn ae 133 

Bailey, George M. ........05 210 

Baker, Lacy Ag: cccescc awe 130 

Banfield, Gertrude .......... 91 

Barnes, Merton B. .........- 16s 
NUON Wha. cssentneuminans oe 168 

Batnes, Frank «4 e4 ss 6. 4a 8 168 
Raitt! Af. 2 scexsowaonce 168, 169 
SRIISOU, oe. oscar esieyearernancoveneis 168, 170 
Liege: sconce. ae oy Fawerrese 168 
George: He esescc.cion nd 168, 170 
TAT ONGE Wy. care: ce wnceseisiserraie 170 
Telane: As. ccs. eG vaxaears 170 
Wentias Boe vonisscscase ccm es 170 
SIGTIONE [oa 0 sie wusteiereeeuasennsse 170 
Wiliia Viola ¢ csacucse cece 170 
BSCSOT: waists ctevspcrmrererevereavasace 170 
BiG rancid ssh acesnesodens avs 170 
Georgia: ¢ s: seoxowsas sacs 170 

Bartholmew, Frank G. ...... 59 
Dea TSS ioe oe cre areteioad mee 59 
Anna; Cx ¢ o5. cs wee sex 59 
Ralph. Pe scsi v0 59 

Barrett, Robertson ......... 221 
Waldo Ric spseves cecx v2 x 221 
EAUTONCEN. sic ewc esate sas 221 
Robertson J. ............- 291 
Adelaide 'Bowscsessacias as vs s 221 

Barrett; Viola BL. .ccccaccees 83 

Bateman, J. Ardie........-. 97 
Mary ORs, <sseccev ce. ti 55.2 97 
MEAP QHTEt os cassis ors Hawmacsze 97 

Baylis, Clarence R. ......... 166 

Beach, Priscilla ....5 2.0605 81 

Beard, ‘Grace As. oc. ss os es ose 19s 

Beckwith, Frank H. ........ 104 
Mary Elizabeth ........°. 104 


301 


BUH, DPS. 23 saonesesasumech 
POGUES, WRIA: saxcgrcesicouetstacanatiniis 
Bellinger, Lizzie ........... 
Reliis,, Charles ss: 25 os xs 
FEATEIOEE oes erspaceserte: ayn sie 2X 
Morgan: A. occ. esasee. 214, 
Lei AAS was se vs va vasa ae 
Helen 
William 
Glen. Le. cwassmewenscone ld, 
Charles A. 
BUGY Be sajrespasslenscys oes 215, 
George D. 
Court 
Bi. Bawont . ccs seweevccs 
TCT HS, oars wewmanaumcunies 
Leslie C. 
Edgar 8. 
Henry B. 
GPREO? 2 ins. si Kaba Se SED, 


USNS Th. srcacamias Ho. a9 meeemye 
William 
Mary 


Bement, Homer J. ......... 
Hdne May nescapsosseanes 
Benedict, Howard W. ....... 
Bennett, William J. ........ 
LM  ccmswiew se a sees 238 
Ella M. 
Bennett, Edith L. .......... 
Benjamin, Frank A. ........ 
Best, BGO: wsiwtocuveass as 95 
Bigg, Dolores F. ........... 
Bingham, Arthur .......... 
Kenneth 
Robert 
HOWar! sanasewss os <% Bs os 
Black, WalteP di. cncs20s sows 
BRAG ginem sried ajo cnarerira seuers.ose 
Blanchard, Ida ............. 
Bliss), Ralph sscccew sis aw cecieree 
ERIN) ~ ds yeneeierivesenscaveier kana er econ 
Bolster, Louisa E. .......... 
Boom, CA881E  s6cieicaewnsees 
Bosewell, William E. 
- Katherine. R. 


Sion daticeas Sears 


On the last page of this Index are the names of those mentioned 


180 
P4s 
268 
ut 
vid 
214 
215 
215 
215 
215 
aTF 
215 
=a Wy 
214 
216 
216 
216 
216 
214 
216 
ahi 
216 
216 


282 
221 
238 
239 
259 


245 


245 
245 
245 
138 
138 

63 
256 


MBL. Tay eaescwevnscceme 256 
Watliawm Fs, 9., g 25-00 tS:td0 256 
Bosewell, Charles A, 2.2.2... 295 
WtheEL As seacwismircmecen aye 295 
Edith Mae .....60<3 32.295, 286 
Boston, James A. .......... 128 
GOOKPE Ay ass aiecesiciesins.nce 128 
KHobert La .ossccsansies se 128 
AREY De, scccseannmrmerieens 12S 
Bowen, Frank T. ........--. 132 
Gesievise Bz seca ss-xesss 132 
EBliiira: Je. ccna wanes 132 
Robert i, cncuserswecnk Ue he 132 
Chaties As scccseiseacssvse 132 
Bowman, Emmett .......-.- 54 
Cort We. sinceneccecee ets BB 
William: Do oo.6..s.2...34, 55 
Cleiora Wo. < on oecemanenans 55 
Bernetta A. ...........94, 55 
Harty Ws sccscsc woes sk SS 
WOOUALE:. coscois aca tis cece se arermcsinn 35 
SIERCE! 655 2505 cth ee eeeRES 55 
Robert Bs. cea ecveoussiews 54 
Roe OS C: 8: re 54 
Bernard ‘Re: 505 se dese ees 54 
Ralnts Bi: s.:02 secncswss ss 54 
Ruth MSY; cociewsdmnaeseine 54 
Wilited ciwisscs as fe oes 54 
Boyd,, Saphronia: «..0.00 66 a0. 152 
Bramlee, Harmon W. ....... 198 
Miles Es scssesecc cc gecse 198 
Pearl M. ccssxsicaectsca vies 198 
WANTON Bl: csccewsecessicas Sere 198 
Robert Sh. casassewis ts sac 198 
Smilene Verna ........... 198 
Bray, Josephene A. ........ 266 
Bray, Asenitha ............ 265 
Brewer, Carrie A.. .......... 205 
Brewer, Sarah ..........--. 295 
Brickman, Charles ......... 196 
Conrad qwisessewncwaie 196, 197 
OE. wisnisisiomnsrsiysientinancss 196 
Hermon, a. ssss esses nenes 196 
MGS srs aie cterestemarn eoewosrers 196 
MOTE. 15. ico. sareraculomountieneyeherens diese 196 
PAWOIG 3 i6c52sc0genessns 197 
DOOGMS sis cecsanosiwnass 197 
MBTBETEE  saiarsjsiernecxemmae 197 
Bright, Sanford W. ........ 122 
VOrnon Sei a. secia sieereraveiiesss 122 
Brink, Cons Uo. s20c:0:0ecaeprune 282 
Briscoe, Jennie M. ......--.. 289 
Broadhurst, Albert .......-. 50 


INDEN—Continued 


Elmore BM. wccwincawisienas 50 
ATT ert, THRE: soeveuvrecconeresonrragecdi’ au 
Philtijis: Brooks! tos 665 0-06 a0 
Brouson, JOR Whe vcceusms vie 158 
MAW 6... cheeeenes ceaak a8 156 
Mattie sucoswawsy ast ce vie 156 
BCTTUR uicxnceariuanccrnrs imniplonane 156 
R: Toa Vette: ecoscns ca cs oe 156 
Predriok: Mo gcesaw osmarvas 156 
ROR NEO 5 ise, musncrcrwanarerwns sesiaes 156 
Grace: Wy: 2 ue sezarsecewsces 156 
BREE Th, cecatreninia ox ves 156, 157 
PRUE TET. se Siw: ansincemeseuatonauont- end 156 
Wiigate! Cy ciccswuscwetce 156 
EASE: accu craierwiniccasaberereitne 157 
BPrankimne Cs sss .tinennexeene 157 
Dorothy! aa. asccscsscaccses 157 
Pe eb eB, ce ein: icerentar eseicewiananss 157 
Brooks, Almira M. .......... 41 
Brooks, Gestge: o<ccasticccwss 49 
eC) <a Sn a 49 
Cora: Ts, sscctiseen ea oe nk 49, 50 
Clara Belh) osceasevciarsacecw 49, 50 
Baeey As, csevsseaeiesrniests 49, 50 
Harriett Doo. ss sc acexeases 30 
Dolores Ds. oes ceca ssiecswimie 50 
Charles: We. osececises:es0:2s 49, 51 
Rasniond Ey. 5). scsswexedes dl 
PAINE x cnisit ie ws sarmeactianes 51 
PEGE 5 xcidieaiocwesiearneo dl 
Charles. W: (2114) ccsscses 51 
PRllip Ds, ccccseaccarsecssmavareus 51 
PTA By. ncase.eciesimecinet 49, 52 
Hazel: G@: sein us cesnewes 52 
Harold, Eas auwasiocsjetesracinrs 52 
LCS EC a a ae 32 
MOtt ‘As ciasccenew cas 49, 52 
SMARIEY: Ge cirwawsncecamesrs 52 
Brooks, Daniel C. .......... 103 
CSIRO; <oxca nisin ose 103 
BeOsE He Wes acewnjainteistereroswsaya are 103 
Byron (Be, asvedeees ees 103, 104 
Daniel Cs (2nd): 2 s.:5.6%6:3 104 
Robert: Daniel) . occ. 66 aeree 104 
Susan: W,, » cjec00siescaiejone 103 
Elizabeth! (Bs: csccascss 103, 104 
BOGOR in cccccsseiecwerew sen 103 
Brooks, Daniel ............ 214 
Leslie Coy: jx: in'siaisies io vie'e/s's 214 
Brotherton, Ray D. ........ 119 
DOr Bo. ererssessinpsramreacnsrenwien 119 
Hérhert: Do osc.cias ca cece 119 
Brown, Caddie ...2......2.. 265 


302 


Browti,, Hattie 2 .cscu.sccsccws 266 
Brown, Charles ............ 258 
Braslis Fred We ssw as es 2 197 
EMTROY By caciwswauieaenier 197 
POFOths: Me nce deeds hs 197 
Thottias: Tos, aceqscsnseae ca 1987 
PROCES Ese: ssccasetratenxsiaw arene ies 197 
Buckley, Robert A. ..... 2. 193 
Berth Vis. cccewcenaniawte 193 
Bogeni® (By, cess escsimeaee 194 
Eugunia: Bs js scse ee wswsesn 19s 
movert Me cnwcsewacsewen 194 
ROR OS OE cc ecaeerringnei ais “bial aes 29 194 
Releh We cisscancsacmnwe ys 194 
DOR Fe soirurerecatorepicratete ators v4 
Mais We 00. cece Beis 193, 194 
ROG Ais om canmmtenconser 193, 195 
AMM BGO csiesasseimarnine 193, 195 
Carroll: Wi. sacxssenen 24.05 193 
CUAPONCE Wc cecccrccticrana are anne 193 
Bullard, Viola ............. 267 
Bullard, Hugh Max ........ 1s4 
Hugh! AIstO8  sscwscciaveee wi ox 1s4 
Bunnell, Ida. ..0.0.c:6.:¢ 0:0 0/8 e098 152 
Bunnell, Minnie 5 coxss89%-<0 182 
Bunzey,. Cora: Re cies ccnsinace ve 60 
Burdge, Emma M. .......... 60 
Burdick, Laura R. ......... 163 
Burdick, Leah By. ... 6. cess 299 
Burke, Julian Ty. i... 26.0 te 3s 194 
Riseell: BD coos caccvss 194 
ROUGE «Ci - cacsxotneremisws as 194 
Juin: WW... oss. s60 se ae 194 
Burnett, Robert O. ......... 173 
MOUSE IRS. cacimanneassieaieee 173 
Richard) Ws... scscuccsminess 173 
Lois Bitlet. ecccucswsiecinsexs 173 
STG s.. cise sisieicnsserere nyareserscs 173 
Burt, William ............- 78 
AQATION sccuwiewinen wRweiwe 78 
CRATES estos cece siween 7x 
CTSvICNCe: 86.5.4 2s 25 He BER 738 
Butts, Elizabeth 2.040... 66: 192 
BOW, MYPHE  sasieie oe 4:9: sins a7 
Cable, Sarah .....0s.00s. 17, 233 
Campbell, Ethel ...2s<.«c0%-. 166 
Campbell, Anna ............ 167 
Campbell, Maude .........-. 294 
Garey, Harty Ws, as. sa ca ger 99 
PICIEG UBL, tocrscesara area din wise 99 
BON cccemageracieseaesiese 99 
BOOUn sscwscaaese se eeus 99 
Carlson, Hilda oice:00< c0i.0 262 


Carpenter, Susie ............ 240 
Carr, Muriel B. e.seg:se20 cov 290 
Casper, Ettn May .......... 46 
Chace, Alive M. 5.2.22 .0.. 223 
Chaplin, Frances C. .......-- 156 
Chaplin, Dorothy .........-. 17 
Chapman, Mabel E. ........- 7 
Charter, Cares occ icc ccsiccsrers 290 
ERIS: Wa co.oncis Hand Bees 29u0 
Chick, Leroy Bz csccccecvase 5Y 
PAIR TW sesajecinuesctncerse scanrans a9 
Chick, Barnabas ........... 250 
DONNIE Mee so. wis eseiwisnerssarers 250, 251 
Daisy: Bie, -.ciainesscersiemasceely SOL 
Bikine Bo xwcscese co cwccwe, 250 
Glen Lillian ......... 250, 251 
Beeneie: NE oisieceinie, cis an sock 250) 
Georgina Alfred ..........- 251 
Christ, LEA cescereiS we. xo: ee 65 
Church, Sylvia ........2.000% 142 
Chirech; Jane P. occa iscsi 291 
Clapper, Lot0) as. <casceaecias: oe 02 91 
Clatk; Seward) ¢.0<ci <4 sis 40.08 56 
Clark: (CSCS) occssces se 2s ane 5s 
Clark, Xeri0n Di. ccnaws meme 105 
Brene: SE sa ssekch ok cc ene 106 
PUAROE Be. 6 ceccncrse visi 106 
Clark, Howard! Ji. .s:ecs00,- 153 
Clark; Flora By, cawioa cack oe 162 
Clark, Arthu® G.. occu ws seo 204 
BROS oie wiycateicatie corateraticein varie 204 
EOTON Hose eeksees ccs sees 204 
Florence Be sccscasccscxcweis 204 
Claris Del aie nransieracsceiage e000 208 
Cochran, Eaura sicc.cssssss 254 
Colburn, Minnie ........... 154 
Cole, Peter: Be sce eisinccorenssysre 203 
BUGS As. vss ceeswencs at06 ss 203 
Coleman, Alice C. .......... 124 
Combs, Fannie ............- 167 
Combs, Ceeil) Hs cscs os cece ns 259 
Cook, King’ Mi. occcccecncxns 128 
Cooksey, Forest G. ......... 193 
Herman Ws exesss. a x4 weve 193 
Ethel, Be sscawiacarnuipeawrers 193 
Frances L. .............. 193 
Mazel SEs sconnewscs.ca cae 193 
Fela Vidla. csc ccoescasas . 193 
Coolbaugh, Max M. ....... - 200 
Roger Ton scxwswsasves wes - 200 
yon (Bs. cavccwecas can 200 
TROY SS, | ecsaceorecesesvne creates 200 
Ciiire Ds 4 sesh cacnsacnes 200 


INDEX—Continued 


Cortright, Earl «.:sasca.e0% “4 
WITCH ce oe cere sarnatec on s4 
Dorotliv: Hazel... cp nen nee S4 

Coste®: Peter cos se cemciensex 240 

Cowles; Matte: ...<cssccmsies 94 

Cranee,, Preil.o.sj050.0i93 28000: 90 
DIGG: «cis. ctr aie vuasiwewien seme 90 
PRE 6 acke coumeamnaieiesine 90 

Cranve, Ernest 6... 25.50) cases 245 
Elizabeth: « ecccesesosec-e.s 245 
DIC GARE. oisiniarepicsuseuarmnres 245 
Priest Js. os «2.04 Ssssgores 245 

Crandall, Erwiti! Di ccsciscnes 60 
SCTE Ain, sisrenmis'eeioreitniniome 60, 61 
Harleys: Ez cscceawisissewet 60 
RGN Ss. scairersawecaweiensvrere bu 
PRAISE ND, snes mesascnnceto ne 60 
Claretiee: WE cxercomeum sans 60 
BEAD NM we soep. ors sue cotarmsarauenenene 61 

Crane, Maurice’ M. .-.00-..5 S6 
Resiiald W.. ss..ce0xses0n we 36 
EINE NE) co een sierecsinterarone 86 

Cresss, Lewis: J. oc ccs saiugste 57 
Nellié Wy ace egress sawed 57, 58 
NG@HIC Lie cnsniiccniancisaty, a 
DONT: IR. 5.55 Ags nn 'ee he's 57 
George: La. sos cesses nwesan 57 
SOS TORO voto seccasnveca iene 57 

Cruikshank, J. Grant ....... 121 
Thema Pe csc cssewsw a os 222 
ARIS "Woe ccwiens aren Srroceteniioceseas 321 
Helen Sis... =: ac cweeesians 121 

Dahman, Ernest A. ......... 217 
Ernest Au, Fr. onc cacoecias 217 
Heep By. « <2 ipesrwewnsaases S37 

Dalmetsch, Marguerite C..... 102 

Darnall, William ........... 147 

Dantieey; JOHAR ccocessewsx ws 217 
MAPONIL:  perecetnvertericasycue weynsiicr 217 

Davenport, Emma .......-.-.. 53 

Davenport, Lila ...2...8.... 95 

David, Byron C. .:5.n20:00<005 259 
Miles; Ry osc. snes Se RS 259, 260 
Prenk Ey, o wessecxeswase 259 
BCGDE We. condtean. ce oan 259, 262 
7) a 259, 263 
Eta ‘Gi secs os gone 259, 263 
LAViNS Gi. cscs os sie vn 259, 263 
Ore Vie sssiauesecone on sie: hee 259, 264 
Word ‘Gs <eesece we cee 258, SEE 
BRGY Be acsesiacsc cess 259, 264 
bre OC. cecisaseenshtesncs 260 


ERARK secs ve ah sesatew ey i) 
BGS: sw ncscensiaiwressrevens arse 260, 261 
RMECUAGL | aisiaspi reds tuseceus 260, 261 
LIBAN sc cee ais cis 2505 261 
DURRIA Bio. cies ceo dsorsmadrnsses 261 
Resta AS ake xg Bares seco ects 261 
Royal Fi 5 iac vss wsawusn 261 
PaviretAay Me. vcs: vcrismeeeetiveciean 261 
Oke BS 5.42.05 ok Have wes 261 
RANG, caresses tersrerassinsormsareranaiors 261 
GRIND oe sivcsvereepumnsiaermrsiecs 261 
Alon Ss, sa ccscescanscerss S62 
DEGOS NM. caroinienamanirsrrnars 202 
BSTON, jenjen scausawaionmenuccas SBS 
Weinia: BE seesseacecccnce 262 
Dellawas’ Be nscewwenwon 262 
GeOrges Bs ceca ca cas iorcar 262 
Glee os save gasses 263 
CBRE erismwGnbdrtewinrmenaans 264 
NECETISN: Siooin.din de diosiecies oh 264 
CHG 2 occencanezisa yea 264 
BYTOUS  cossmucsisancemeeny 264 
Stanlee’ 5.0, s5ce seen sacs ais 264 
David, “PHB susenicg ccc 0 265 
PNPTREES cic csxsusmmnvimenaen. LOO 
Davis; Robert, Me. .5..20.0 + 120 
Robert M., Ji: csciasccsaes 120 
Davis, Harriett A. ....0.0.0. 215 
Davis, Herbert E. .......... 275 
TUWHOE cinsccacaasies ov va kaw 275 
Dawson, Mary (Goodsell).... 271 
Day, Cyrenens: Ns sos sccses 1s2 
Day, Genevive «ae on secre 98 
Dean, LING cvewiraerewcenne 79, 243 
William 2. s.cewceceas 79, 243 
MON? as asccnccriccwce 79, 243 
Anna) SMG scnisssvaisene 79, 243 
Mergerel 5 .4.,<i0se<a.aes 79, 243 
AOCHE 5 sasmnesqnimins oes 79, 243 
MAOBOR - srecarcterand iors ames 79, 243 
Dean, Joun By oa esecscvess 295 
Dearborn, Mark .....562 06:5 53 
ROIS iscoraeeswcezatenstte eiase vatorae 53 
De Potest) ..c ss eozezaweis 53 
EWS: aseccccwscesxasev08, SS 
SOME. yan ienaearecnemrsranseansienie® 53 
WORN Ce. owen Se cieaweetes.c 33 
PORBIC caaceeseuseisce Os, 56 
Math: Di. sacronmeccvcssia OO, OF 
UPB g0je-0is 5,9 Sa Vnsewaene 53 
PAS) caccin sie -smeseveowws 53 
Marl: Diy. DR. cicecaccwusienie 54 
Ralph W. ..2.08.02058s sees 54 


WHERE Se coscnrnccuas oa j4 
Dearborn, Edwin J. ........ 199 
WEAEERG! Sean -de cRedasors ae aS 199 
GQOOrBIN .oscssinianswerdc 190 
Dearborn, Maria E. .......-. 20s 
Deekerf,, Elida He aces .casees 63 
Decker, Chauncey A. ......-- so 
Nin EL. -camusninmascanudeieen so 
INGHIG: sis be ce Re ae Ae Sale so, 90 
BWGRIG AE. sewessisse as asi s9, Su 
NOR TBS. gctesiens sinese G3 89, 41 
Gilbert PR ara wk ye LOOe ON ee oe So 
Feances: Wee cccesare oo ee 28h, O91 
OREM: coli atiscconneet s9 ion so, 91 
Béulahl: Me wsess os 4 50% so, 91 
Decker, Charles W. .......-- 209 
Witeieys .dee senate scseeas 299 
Delis Bs wave coeceswayena BOO 
RED ail. acaes cela en custie teint 299 
Pearl Ee ssisdeessccssexs S99 
Wing B&. ccc cass coomwen BOD 
NV EP IE GS: cc, acs. sue eeontarensiereinis 299 
NROOPEE: cio.rs 6 56 1. RES 290 
Pearl. secs ox xe noe saisre 299 
ERATE. Ginnie, Gs rvnrvaeterp cornea eunssre 299 
Pagiene .2.cai0s 06 tees ceeeee 299 
Ernest Js segesisseira ae vcr eave 299 
Deforest, Rohert R. ........ 172 
Gertrude: .a.2. a scccseees 172 
QUE: cccnsws wes emerson 172 
UL OUEE avesisevenccstecenagscrwans 172 
Delaney, Imogene .........- 128 
Delaney, Henry ........000 198 
DO oe 2 ee ae 198 
Dense; Malinda: 22% 5.0% se s0 237 
Devan, Joseph oxi ncscce was 145 
Joseph, Jr. ...........--- 145 
Margaret ..ce00 0206 ceaane 145 
Dillion, “Wo Was saws cco sw oe oe 251 
George C. ............--- 251 
Dorgthed: ssancesesciosicse 251 
MOTION sscucerewiers sumac ure 251 
Dinsmore, Sarah ........... 45 
Doane, Amanda ..........-. 144 
Dobbings, Olney J. .......-. 25 
DANONE Te) oisce were rinsepeseceus 25 
Alice Me. ssa cascecsaicnwasy 25 
Omey Ji, Jr. wcswsxewsson 25 
Dorothy: Gy. ccsrececcaciceawireree 25 
Dooley, Harvey A. ........-. 65 
Dommett, Harry M. ........ 103 
DOS: SY. siomasiicoumintows 137 
3 BOQERE ayesssnccse te tee 137, 138 


INDEX—Continued 


EXMGP cis osha Swe oeeas 137 
RUBUSEUE sa sceses scp sisumsairoresene 137 
NEPIGS- Be sia. oid coeds idiermcancgia.s a7 
TGt Mal cossacacocanswe 138 
Donnelly, Mattie ........... 300 
Dravetsky, Jennie .......... 292 
Dresser; .SRC6D! Ss ey iw wars vrnrs OS 
ASOT eas joie os sc0 tee sees 9s 
Harry As anssecamaoce gs, 99 
PIOrence Ee. ccmncsaseas s gs, 99 
FHMC TS. oo6 da oy saesmses 9s 
Cormelus (Sig as ay ee msiwiios 9S 
PBS Mais Be wis, cee ecaiererene 99 
Dutton, Hattie L. .......... 49 
Dutton, Wilber C. .......... SG 
DAES yy ENB caisson steamer ees 86 
Charles Ay < is. ts a6 se See S6 
GATYMUEL Bi sca sewn seee 86 
CArleten’ Co sc: wos sieves Ss 
Durkee; Arthur Mo 24 cs secucs 183 
Reatric® EB. csc acaeewee ese 1S5 
MAWEICR BY 5 sce ens sue acaynzerseene 18% 
Dont Ts can cs oe oa eee 183 
Eaegle, Verne G. .......... 265 
Georgia: Tas sce sue gesciaee:s 265 
Eaton, Williatit! Po. is escie ST 
RIOR ayeicyace! sic, nas Suu ste wetensaene 87 
GENE. wens crescents 87 
AR crcnaemiesummesie ashe opare 87 
Edward. Fe. c.cece nancies 87 
Edinger, Samuel O. ......... 197 
aita. Bell ease we ove ace essveseere 197 
Ellsworth, Robert .......... 297 
Edith AE csscasesaned 297, 298 
LORE saxsise wisrows wamerevess 297 
Minnie B. ............297, 298 
Frank. Mi. ¢ os cccuiwean «297, 298 
DRY Fo, cwsiesiaie wre sw carenere-s 297 
i. 297 
Helen BUZa seccs soc saws 298 
Eton, AWB cncsices necaacies 237 
Beistns, Da) sscccncrsigevesssaye aavieresane 238 
Fanning, Mayme ........... 83 
Fathe, Katherine ........... 166 
Feould, Josiah P. .......... 210 
Josiah Pe IP. cw sncesieenceuew 210 
Fillmore, Clare ............ 242 
MAPY’ cxcuuss ete de ce. deme 242 
Fisher, RUB ..x.cevscescciwe 249 
Flaig, Christian A. ......... 146 
Fleming, Louise S. ......... 42 


304 


Fleming, Daisy M. .......... 194 
Fletcher, Thomas .......... 192 
Bugenia, Mo sc cciscciciese cl 99, 193 
George Bs. 3 os os28 3.55 192, 195 
Emile Sa. cnccocstonwesces ly2 
Charles Hy, jesewisisn aaaveasine 192 
LV0i2 bs aeaenis caine 24. 192 
Susan Gis scws ess csex 192, 196 
SER ln: sornied dvesace-atsners 192, 197 
One Th ssusene tees sh cess 192 
WRT Ti: nveiorstentate-ansunvre 192 
BACT EEIA) asses. dig. oye aupiareguecnna 192 
BNI Te. 2 cosas ca%6 195, 196 
William T. (2nd) ....195, 196 
GOOEBE sos.oc ae eid Bate ees 196 
Fortner, Lovina J. 2.22. .ees 229 
Foster, Philander .......... 142 
Ell savcnes agce meenneseen 142 
Ofvilla: As cou camseanswsasie 142 
IMA BE. cco pioneers uelgiaes 142 
Sharler Ss an sessessics 142, 145 
SECHAMS Se. asec crs aon ecerszaers 142 
(Oy me by) |: 142, 144 
APE BS cance ox pasar 142 
PPRERAS (C acrecsaconlesecizenss 143 
ie? BS ose istn Ge ihe eee 143 
Ely. (Gi sis saeecearssrawee 143, 144 
NESTE: Tie, 6 scewcysuersis: nee 143, 144 
Gertrade Ti: asisa 54550055 14+ 
WOPGERS sa xiosaw ce.cccto caters 144 
Foster, Phoebe ..........-.. 255 
Fowles, Charles Wy . 2. o.2s6 242 
MARGIE cc oa Si wsrwicnews 78, 242 
FOS, SORAWNE ceiecereauenonmseine 162 
Frear, George js.c2 3. j.5c055s 99 
SOUR: cciewrscewnsneses 90 
A RMIGUE soi ccrwesis 0 seapeaieennesed 90 
Freeman, Lewis E. ......... 205 
MSS BeWle: sisrisss cssnrassnis 205 
BiOVE TTB en iaiceeinhelsxatcernisispe mie 205 
French, Cecile és. cesses 94 
BE AS sce-ewiaataws saiston sire 255 
Gager, Richard M. ......... 168 
HESTON cccscccre seemiemcmesas 168 
Gaston, Josephene A. .....-. 167 
Gebaner, Ruth ............. 47 
Gee, BwSie) Fa. ssza scensararenseoe 155 
Getuian, Susan M. .......... 63 
Gibbs; Elias Ts wssce cexsesec 119 
Gibson, Susan M. .......--. 180 
Gilbert, Ethel .......-.----- 62 
Gillett, Hattie L. .......... oa 8 


Goodspeed, May R. ....-.--- S4 
Seeding. cC. Bs wsaucasiascaare 95 
Esther B b.d0 ceca tedeacies 


Charles! 8.) ..ccyecsssep crus 
Emily Rote. ssinsiscismnss 


Goodrich, Edward 
Alma 
Dewey 
Cressie 
Freida 


Jessie 2 
Georgia 2 
AONE aicetesrsvavasen agains ete sek ite dees 2 
DUREY PSE 5 an ce ga db seas i) 
Gore, 0HiSH <cucs soa csex 239 
Gorton, William ............ 133 
Goss, Richard 3.2.0... 020% 144 
Graham, Milton M. ......... Ist 
NT "Ly, sacs secerenepoenacenvene ts 1s1 
Josepliene Ey. scaweasuise sn 181 
Das) sccaeemnswiss antaw vie 181 
Gray, Cornelia. Co. ccicieieivcesiece 182 
Gray, Charlotte E. ......... 209 
Green, NOI? jsccosinnremdans oe 80 
Green, Independence ........ 105 
Green, Martha <<ccccteaesws 118 
Greeny, DAR criscmscnwawemea 137 
Green, Florence ............ 252 
Green, ONE cawsccasnaasnws 288 
RriSE SCOrR SM x: ca: chosrerianeanninees 96 
Griffin, James A. ........... 214 
Grotier, Orel Sis: sc esse etews 267 
EEO ysis xcoerserteusansierns 267 
Grover, Cleveland .......... 93 
Beattie® (03, v.05 as. ce eames 93 
PIGIEN As. sieosenii- geet ceptors 93 
NOEMA: Tos caseek isos we cus 93 
Howard A. csscccwies wees 93 
Guthrie, Fredrick .......... 129 
BRRIAIE  iecrernccree co ors Ws te: 5 129 
DSCHER  sreveceninneseioncterware ates 129 
Bakar Pe ewsvcsimeaicsets 129 
Giver, SHAR soscs cwceaa ces 51 
GEORGIA, 
ABA Gc peecaveaveromuser 287, 290 
AUK B. ass 06 56.50.05 Sasha 118 
AG AS. 1c cecmaane tonic 271, 252 
Adam R. ... 2... 0... 126, 127 
Adelaide Ni ois 5........2 220 
POE: Mie. uv: scaterevaurestieets 297, 299 
PCE TOMER aire: scoip sniosenrsmererte 288 
ALBGYE “Wi sess vereswns 40, 45 
Aiierin, FE, waneec cients, 222 









INDEX—Continued 





GEORGIA, 
AIDES ASE: sdmawcaes-ent 118, 130 
EITGE 4.0) siocenssreinth ondnrieee 45, 47 
AGE) Aye tassios. case see mers 57 
SUEIEG is sxe coos ce ctercamaians nds 127 
Alice Gs cise passeares 192, 203 
ANCE  saccmenasaascws oo: B50 
ER EVGD. spinsraaas bnassvmirese cess eerie cks 152 
ANNA: ia ca Rimee sewers Li; 2338 
AMA! sis smcmanwicmserssie 18, 142 
Alma Saphrona ....... 118, 132 
ANA ICs sceeasenoce eee. BE 
Andree FP cccossswcennsas 220 
Almou: “Wy. ...- cs as as03 sal, S92 
Ambrose B. ..........250, 252 
PATI scesabacccasatn caenenbenis rain ae 234 
matin Ao 5,, 3s tesa wer 180, 181 
AWAA as ca wewiensaiwe ae on 300 
Antoinette M. ....-...-005 Isa 
ANSE: czaceaecesusosends, 21d 
Sychie Mark) <.c.ccwiw sess; 208 
Armenia Bell .........- 40, 65 
Mpgustus: Js sosewse cy op oe 248 
PAI Bs xreccrwmneavers wis ate oe 162 
PROBES) Te a ae: Ascacrorsvrevenenrerg 3 40 
Belitiont Be < ssmsccisne's sn 1s0 
POWUCEE! WS cosine ocineinsd 40, 63 
Benjamin Fo ncenesapea ae 61 
Bértlid Re cncieensas wee 161, 173 
Bertin <P ac comiunesines 165 
Bertha L. ...........- 297, 300 
Bert We gcuscwcvrers.cdds OS 
Bett Ga: onc. pins. csmapienceiek 282 
Berton Se ois argon se gntieis.cd 64 
Bettie kg as ee ataswasew ee 280 
Beulah L. 3 
Beulah M. m 
Beverly .nccisien mec 2 75 
Bifge BPs: 4. scnwracavaw te 620A, B95 
BlenChe Ly oveais ace die phere esia 251 
Biss Ps assess sare yaacre 157 
Beton |B2. ccccsswiccven deed 
CAPITAN: no ssiciccaisiaes a2, 3eales 161 
Carleton Wi) cccccrocerays 289 
GAT) Vs. axe cxenincavenmmaenns 271 
ROT She. cece winiermianGucasnd ede 157 
CSyS0N, Di: 6 sxcisenessee ess 293 
Cash Os: ccc on ssaswawansss 248 
Cerhe: Ta, saica;eseanayem ere. are. 2 57, 59 
CAG <a0scr cu ag sioeeene 252 
Catheritie Bis. occ cs cneasie 164 
CRRTIES Bis. - caxerereiersanseris 123, 124 
Charles S3. ssc ss cscaece 126, 127 


305 








GEORGIA, 

Charles IS.5 FR scsas ae ve on 27 
Chatles On ce watesece. 165, 167 
@harleg O:, Jf5. «s soay we ve 107 
Chaves Ta, cannsqcnesseans 166 
Charles Arthur ........... 205 
Charles Mi cs ccccscsecass 208, 209 
CRIBS: AU. ceusscvacomaays ane eaves 210 
Charles A, 27a 
WATER ncnawaeewins tone ve LOD 
Charles Bo. .scmcsincenisieiece nO, 2S2 
Charles He 4 o% suswaec287, 23S 
Charles Wy. cass sce scat cats 288, 2389 
CTntlés Be. secied Sisson 293 
Charlotte He cccescwax 161, 171 
CRORE accra ie wes eee 2a: 

@hester Tis ss.c ceca 273, 203 

Claudine Re ccccnwaes ve oe ws zd 
CUBE Bs, care enipratieratiovanationn'end 41, 44 
Clara Alice: sceseccwss ccas 267 
Clarabell Li. 2xsciwan se awa 22 

Clarinda: BE... s-cexennesdl, 60 
Clarisa, « ca os cee awa 288,, 253 
ClATICSR; sus srecrromerow299, 205 
GEIEIROTES: TE. siscense re sclspersye-ene 63 
CHO Bs nc se sce see), 222 
Clinton He wcscccs0<02 91, 292 
TFs Tee ac custitton ene ser eseeid. DEE 
COVA “Lee: s isxcans an seas Oo 45 
CGI. casas ne ommmisracesety See 
COTW Boe: even auiereer ainsi 278; 258 
Cornus: « sseeccwiress as es 245 
CURES Bi. a svs,0:c0sccarces wre 161 
(‘yreneus S. ..........234, 280 
Cyreneus S. (2nd) 237 
RISE! Mis, cassis. ds mod wre 268 
DONICY Sates een acesis Stason 11s 
Daniel €) gee oesntadcss 1283,, 125 
Daniel, occiars ave vareerese 289, SLT 
Daniel  grcic arora avveoicase oy LHS 
Danie)! < x w+ cameuasetersny ay 

Did Ne cacwracssnanncs 18, 202 
David Lamont ........... 208 


David H. 
David L. 





Delp it, Bn. --atenisinessioe 118, 126 
Delphi Gs gcse owssccceaws jer 
Pelee No: x cnwsescnwass 297, 300 
BIOGEN esecovsrevecniniouacsas 237,238 
Dewtite (Cy csccstos os spawn 161 
DéWight: (Re. c.cccocced 291, 293 
RIQRBE © * psig ncrasoresesenerastinsinncst 300 
Be Willard) ccceustecn xe a « 45 


GEORGIA, 
POTE WB javiccensacimnaiiesuanuns 205 
BOAT! WR seas Teh es a GA 273, 20a 
Batl De. ssicowwssnmesccsiaes BOS 
PEE: ONE. > siedecmnccose age eee & 248, 249 
Edith: Mav jcecesrsacs vc 453, 44 
ted BB os. ars oe. ws wrmererere 41 
FGM WINE NE. os das sa we weiasevercne 232. 
Bane Abs eoswsavesee oes S30 251 
FGIE echespasacte nnatsndicsmalarencomiees 245 
BOT ie Da ee 26S 
BAG Ss aay es mieasanwss 293 


Erie E. 
Bibert' Ss scesaesas nD 

Elijah Burr (Ist) 2... .. 

Elijah Burr (2nd). .17, 23: 
Elijah Burr (3rd) 
Elijah Burr (4th) 
Elijah Burr (Sth) ...... 
Elijah Burr (th) 


Elizabeth M. 27 


Eliza: Si 5 x: vsusaseemell, 295 
FS, Tae , worvcrseermmarwvaee« 161, 168 
SEES 200 (ois wax setsseen sas ereasueressts 166 
Bia. AE. saccnsmamewirsis Iso, IS5 
Fella Be. sucsmmsan-ers anne avers 289 
DAN Es a ae 127 
EUUeE Ay wovxcionarwewe 287; ‘291 
Eelmist: Wee. cswexeeiene i: hn 8k Hee 291 
BMAWA Ss. neve ceecan 152, 155 
BGA An epesensane sy aes 41 
PAGING: © cajrstiararearate wen ae agiéter 162 
BONS 56s seh Assasins: sane’ on eps 157 
BCS Wh. sossnsxaecax ances 192 
Fg 0. sexed omarsvercenciive 192, 198 
Eititia Be 2. <6 a22ccceneDby, BD 
Tid Be deceaseaassewaw 130 
PEN ING, scecscomcreen segs ae estore 161 
Emma E. .........+-.+.280, 281 
PERE Be: ses sess cs 568% 297 
rms Oem caiman a OR 210 
FSET OATS eso gmcevesansen nus dom ous 293 
Estella Bi cccwewiew ss we ows 192 
Esther Grate .ssius sa vs os» 222 
-Eugenia M. .......... 180, 184 
Bigehias csscmoadswerse 56s 241 
ERD, TES cassisesvariareroaSexinatelatoratie. a 297 
TSG facades ann ace ousioenn 152, 153 
Evelyit Ty Oy acswwewes xe s 125 
ESVOlV i: MAY sascsoxersvesnrere aves 165 
Everette ..............-.- 252 
FERHOG scuseaevseevecees 245 





INDENX—Continued 


GEORGIA, 

PISRER TE a exer onwequmnens 1s0 
Florence By .edcmesystic SZ, 183 
Fistente: Ni cccsowcaaa cd OX, 204 
Fag 0) Did, a 

Fiatenee aos 3s. 04 ees 294 
PUGH cisewee we 22 cours merwerrs 167 
Flossie AL... kee eee ee 282 
Postma Th. ccensswuy 273, 276 
PyanteS: 6 cacccncee ves. 2o 20 
Pyaness Eo cece oe ansscdied 24s 
PREIS gcoxeauies ws gh 4sa 63 
Psi Re orcas sce ex x0: oe ors 289 
Frank Fy coscewnwinss.s 161, 167 
Peak Es scsnscswsuwrwe 15, 166 
FPURSIG oo scceckp arb tase asec 237, 244 
Frank « 3 s0sseeexgews 950, 251 
PRR 6 sean 6k se Meananireeren 252 
Peale Bi. wasanecsinne oxen hey at 
PRO xoe.0% sa. rs 35 Be oo ewaes 65 
POE nec ce wa 30 wernawininss 167 
2] St Fe a 165, 166 
Feed B: sxenswayswess 192, 205 
POR Dax certs rmcaminne on ani-xiats 255 
PROG, By gos hoes neh ee 
Fred WG, wevrssssa sowsons 35 
Fis BD cccannacwise amen 293 
PRCGMCE) He na.ccscas ketenes 125 
GeAeNA once we acawes 255 
Geary CES os ve ecmoauwer 40, 57 
GeOrge “Wa. 6 ce 26<ee en. 248, 250 
Gis WE SSRORE cic tes. cee ersccerscrs 273 
GOFtONde Bho ose aes camewe 205 
Germild Ber ass sis gs he eee §2 
Glew Tk. crows snes cere 266 
Glenmore’ Be esc ccs cys eseieeccns 222 
Grace: Bs saeasexarsiss 126, 129 
Grae! Bs cssssies ea 0s sis rcserens 221 
MRTSEOGS 35s acon nce 308 ag tw recon 192 
GES: bees 267,; 268 
Marmion (Si wnccawsasvs 18. 11s 
Harriett Be. ccxecacsse core 40, 49 
Harrison: Wa, 2 sencxes xe 40, 41 
Hatoktt Bis ws scusnicss 152, 154 
Harold, Buy. FB. cis see wissexoreress 154 
HOtonl o.c8k%.35 ip Hadacaek’ 294 
Hart¥ Ds assccscuys 123;. 126 
Harry Bs ac essnescayears 273, 27 

Hattie: By. c.g 33 ss oe as oes 208 
Fhiizel! 385 ces sacs & ceases ‘OBT 
FROIGR! soc ccencserre sree sera ee eerie 167 
BIGGER: Be aiecbiscriweiornie do 248, 254 
Helen Agnes « scus vowases 275 


GEORGIA, 
PROS IRS iencaurand seas Seesaw Sieshee 126 
FEGINAEIL, eassenwe oe Ge 5G HSS 208 
PAGER acsieccee rete wre oe os we errs 1s 
FBG Coe co sesncoiecs aye oy ace eee OE 
BStaa Aw ise vs oy eR 11s 
Tila. De BH cine oases 296 
E07) TE hea cceietd enareis 118, 135 
If Ae sessgeunsmmnse 288, 28h 
FEORE es «rset ek ae ese a7 
frene Be Gsiaaahiee ots Ist, ISI 
ARMIES Tas sisicvsruewersea + 161, 165 
BPRURNGS isn cisas. sce sew eis ite’ seetatiese 205 
sennie Me ssun ar ce ssnexss 163 
Jerome Ls as ssiecsew z 230, 2382 
SONNE (cae Sacitcvs: sen’ ssp ene eaieaiaings 130 
Jessie M. assesses. cs vis 32905 253 
SOW sevice sas carcmamrewmnees BST 
MOM, Bee, orcrereiece oom exe one « 161, 162 
JOU: ance sevewawscasew as 294 
Josephene Cy, s.0:6.006awacarwere 64 
POSH 1B. aw ace2y oye eye eee 11s, 155 
JOU ES 6 93 noms qencvmases 162 
Wis BARRON ccxstaesernovarerentcen 155 
SPU BS cc) veriacserausine each ate OL 
SHUCHE ccamesxwetie ew Hs 137 
PRENRCCD BY. rcresqnec eos wetee 61 
FOWNEUL Eee 6 55.52 cot ese als 62 
INOHREE: Co: eos crevsraroras an ans 290 
REDUCE:  cciccimemcimsvrewe) SOO 
Baty MOREC «5. 26 356 HS 20S, 209 
L@UYn. . cra isccremscinstiertns.cw ae 254 
TOROS LAS, ncsclctcouiiene eae oe 163 
easing, Ss. sseccts otk. os as Ss 292 
L@6 Ws. sanccesarssaaw an. teers 162 
LRG Als. hooters eurearmani 182, 183 
Lena By ia: mee ese 167, 168 
Li@iin: My, caceccciers cezocsverane 2Su, 281 
Le Ost EGE pepcierecere we eaeane 291 
MOO! Gls sens ow ew. SG EAS 165 
Leon AP. vee esccenewave 161, 163 
RBS: tc pencesantr cites wana toate 249 
ROONA, so aus cdasipenun Rees 208 
ECON © ercesrscswracarac ans exe avscere 241 
NSBERID ... ccetinninsratie caiauy: rience onsen 294 
Lewis Sh gas ds tapes 265, 266 
Gert BE accesses sm asae 152 
LAURE “TBs, . rarerwacsetsssacelenooans 166 
Lillian My 34 0: seavegens 231, 232 
LAG Di. ccwatewaass ois wats 250 
ARR) Coo eccarecnissarorom Seeraip are 5S 
Petrie: SL. > sis wien se 126, 129 
LiGhie-"My csesewess exea cs 126 


GEORGIA, 


Lorena 
Orena As canoes ted, 128 





WOT TBs oipcacersieg ee aan oysters 266 
GE Ee sagen m vs owes 163 
OUTS Bin pier ce needa arcs vSv 
Bois Ws ox oses ccc acess 155 
Loni Be xvcsciwesmnrnamsas 57 
LOU PAW? cispuic emer ssesome 167 
Boiss Cs 22s oe ga wos 40, 55 
LOOSE sake an cermemarmace 152, 153 
Mguise Fe. oiessccieu eccce ead 166 
EACH! Be ae cseacsw cana sx 58 62 
LAMUANE tee wiewnsreonacee ewes waer De 
MALE: io Spy Set GIS. SG Hs He BGS 37; 238 
Laut AMS cores are ane aterenetes 40, 65 
EAN « /gcacegieccnmineew some. Le 
Mabel 3 vi se saavecesaes ae 294 
Mabel B: scsscuw cs cn 2RiQ. 300 
Mapeie Ky. ccoiessiemners eke LED 
© Maranda s.auarcses a Sty BSS 
SISHIONS cas as. caresses 294 
ERE: SET ssc sansa vnauane sei 152. 154 
Marit (Li gsccascsmcany 41, 44 
NESBION® ycscaraenece ennaie axe cevterane 64 
PIAVETCTEO. sistas, 6is See ere ren 273 
Martin S.-i scawess 161, 162 
BEQES: MG omcstreinasiece Sale 40 
MISES BS $06 as Secs. eas 41, 42 
Mary Elizabeth . 2.0: ..6:. 3 
Mates: (BIOLR sno v3 sneisecie 123, 124 
Maiy Pe x ce ysesiensscsn ou c 124 
MStG) Boe. casecataarcateiuses 230; 223 
MEEY? cstocsegrisisisrercnee smc 237, 243 
Alaty KS ne csmanasenes a 5 245 
ATaEy Sos aa ets wavisersersiam.0n. 6 152 
Maude E 2... 2c. ces 152, 154 
Mawde'M. scores ace 161, 164 
SPRUCE Gy, «asc emccreecenenevters 
MAKING (Ts, 0 6 oss sivvepesscermieere 2 
MeHH@K. weseeceanx cend 237, 242 
Melinda nse cssssiercersd239, 240 
WESTER TS ays eceis scar piereremicrere 165 
Mers «Je c.cs sa vavawwss 299 
MAT AEE, vasceinmdicciencvextonrate 161 
SETTAN QS, disse ccesmrenerere sis -2.siere 166 
ME ccccwsieweeen 98 c5.0% 244 
PERIOD, sis canstousurte Setaneeic 274 
UTROSY © 2 oo b aude nktede was ons li, 233 
Miles) JR; 5 an 2 yenqeass Is, 137 
BTS lew) TR: naneneus se eon 234, 259 
Sey: TLE 3 vom smnssisarveaiedved ase LOO 
* BERBERS: 5 2a os se ensneenenes 245 


INDEX—Continued 


GEORGIA, 

Mime? cciccnnccunxscooiy 252 
MOYES 0 antesamnascnsesacs pas 
Morrell Tos cussewere esis 25s, 290 
MGS08i  crsscosis wis nce eo BBO, S40 
SEOSOS Be, oncreredeccstsracawus 2N7, LHG 
Misi: Ss. ssscecaieesccis 161, 162 
Msvl Dis. cscancs sussencs 297, 282 
NisPOT NS, | vei de 5 ke OH nee 289 
MYTHE: 4 op acsewenesanlal; LSI 
NACHREO recess. os ss vemsiecnae 125 
NAERAIL IS. oases visiscsespesecoe 234, 241 
Wathaiiel’ «2 scesarawex 224, 237 
NSIS EB « shitngiaamcaciince a a7, 61 
BVOlG. Mis 26 be Hs 2S Somes su 
NelIG Pe. sspecsecne as ares ce 2a 
SCI 2) Si na ore eee 289 
wettie SS. «se. deanrisaws 20S; 208 
OEE Sek si ots tts cere 237, 238 
SNORE! | sa sys mcerinemversintmene’ ax a5 244 
NHS IS: seon.cG seas news 1s, 180 
ONE isremenaswcare Sewwmars su 
Omar De sas cece vyemewddey DE 
OfeeliarBs ¢ 2c sy x5 wase 161, 171 
Ore Bie was se ves ey Hor ace 1s, 161 
Orson Cy, x se ee nis oe viper Is, 152 
DHE 25% wsweeruseasieny B50 
ORG cas 06 smeansemawsies 241 
Paul Harmon ........ 161, 164 
Paul Harmon, Jr. ........ 164 
PRO) Qs pmicanarein weasrenteenaievace 162 
RIT WG eco scs. sno cosseneeiveiscne 208 
Petal xsscsg 6 ce saxaweees 241 
PUHTANES  csecisscrev are oe IST, BB 
1 t a 161, 165 
PHGROY cg a5 ar as swine 2458 
PROCDE Is cineaxcemscs % 192, 200 
PROGEC: Diy fo sosose ore acd cnaesqecet 273 
BOUY 2escesmsems cise oe 1s, 76 
Ralphy Si aawaceas ce ow omar 125 
BREE Co. Gases oder env ezine Bee 
RBIPL: ccnscnsmieoncb ce sw aeresy 241 
RRIPD savnrercrircmraiy wis erecnvraese = 

BREE Bs ase Sin wns sre:ersesiavesons 64, 66 
Richéta Re .caasise un weaves 154 
RICHGO sosrstcranrareans annenswere 252 
BCR aLG scm sieveree cee: se sack 274 
Robert Aw wessssecea ws sex 61 
Raber: Wik: cicncmiaresecieee wtaarace 64 
Robert M. ............ 161, 167 
Rober’: Hs swaswesecasis eis 166 
RebGE Bo. cnc aes 180, 182 
ROUGE 55 creseerarininie eoriae 274 





GEORGIA, 

Robert Bs cscsouese scene: S65 
ROMER! sucsacosnser eis 10 as oer ee Gs 267 
Base) Ths ib Sh ais.oasiavs ote 1n0, 132 
ROWE Si eceseeanesics ITS, 12d 
GS? cnr eunentamnoneomrernans 2a2, 253 
Rutly As, sesisis cic Ge.si Ws ote vin 163 
RUth: Fe. sccsncvanacsaes on, BBD 
Ratha; AVINB coce-esseue one one sx) LED 
Rutli Tl. wee oe te ts & we See 291 
Buby Tone cessecsscwsettl., 202 
Rubs Alvina . 2... 0. eo. 292 
RGSS scapes sees as us wo BSH 
SQM: 6 cewwmwanwnrecvey ¥ 40, 62 
DAIAING 6 ac accep dokdyeanuitl a a8, '28 
SaH® «maqwsccaacesswces ls, 214 
Sanmel By. ccs sessesvmene to, 64 
Santord “T.. o..5-s0.05 <6 32, 157 
Saphronia Bs, sscccc0< 287. 295 
SORLAIE BS, sccenup arowaausces aie ae 163 
BO eet. TE. su. t95 we seers ass) 139, 182 
SaAtAh cowssccsts saws on 23. 

Sarak: JS. ns sete csuas 235. 28> 
Surah  «xseeresexesis se 259 
SarA Ay snaamarsianensac ee ans ws 268 
Solver’ se ecssee eceupseserare 2a, 265 
Send Ts xesacigennury se se 168 
BCMA Wes. sy. seccsasmecemnavesve 163 
Shella: Bl. eesiw cre ois ne oie 273, 275 
Stilsoi. Be c.cscwwaganssas 280 
PRUE: AY. cenieramaimrnevarecene en 125 
SSUBRE FE 5 cscnsscrteasonn crackle aie 45 
Siisan As ssee ous vss 165, 166 
SOS Wey ce. ois ae axe ae Te, 199 
Sarste TGS. pin Scayteecvre ened one 63 
Stivester 'Sy sca oa aa wee v4s. 249 
SEGRE 5. curoenamesree awe, BOD 
heli: (Si accactueeeeinies ae 62 
Thelita E, sen. een 2H, 210 
Theodore: Be scssnwasen ws oe 127 
DviRr? Be. cessseccenn areas Oh & 285, 266 
THOPSEY gccessieice aes om 241 
Valdemar Omar ......2¢1. 294 
Were GT, . onc sariminneemee ee 265 
Wernon. ‘Wo. ¢.sciisyeanes'owars 281 
Viola E. : 
Wayman 75 
Wendall F. 2.ncsssenceces 220 
Wesley Co uewsnscsmacnenx ZO 
MUSICS Wee sere sar iswitarsecsle 58 
Willard Bs csysets os « 15z, 155 
Woilatil Ties me ssccesecrnmsness 155 
Nailer) ES svn ce emempewan SZ 


GEORGIA, 
William ...0.0..02.... 17, 233 
WAHIRG: Dxe access 0,050 0s 1%,, 233 
WaltA Whi asa ccerzccssnarend 18, 208 
Willisi Be. a cecacecsses sincere 123, 124 
Willints Rs sncowsnwscases 126 
William Me cccsscnwcs 161, 165 
Walia Be oso osieeeceimaieins 166 
WHE - osccsaswnesce iy 248 
William: EB. os .i6..ss05,-208, 210 
William: Ge D8; oc ceténex 234 
William B: <ccissccxes 237, 245 
WEAN ooo sige nvwiane's::o SOD, 267 
Wilting “Vic, ...scessusasces 288 
Wiltiank SP ccc ccssswcex 868 
ERIE De ecicccexiwecesia erin 26] 
William B. .....5....273, 277 
WilHant As. cose sccanwwnwn 275 
USUI) p6 iacere vera srstarscngios 287, 297 
Willis cig oe a6 cose 1s, 40 
5 WHEE Zo cewmcpeas seed 41, 43 
Willis Seudder .......... 43 
Willis Scudder, Jr. ...... 43 
NUNS Si) canons smannae 57, 62 
WWERUILG SOR, orerersinronmimypinrers mines 62 
WHS Re accisassiegiewiaty 33 167 
NUON Ee capcasisprreiane:ic 41 
Wilma H. ............209, 210 
Hagadorn, Robert E. ....... 47 
Hagadorn, Clara ........... 216 
Hall, Collins: Ts. ...0..00::20:0-0,2 124 
Collins Ls, JF scccsvisccaxs 124 
Charles G). siictcunewaw suis 124 
PRONE, SARE co cinlessien sb cccmbse eine 126 
Ham, Joseph W. ........... 65 
Hamilton, Cora May ........ 155 
Hamilton, Lida ............ 209 
Hanford, Charlotte ......... 46 
Hart, Mrs. Marty «oss weccane 101 
Hartman, Leonard .......... 143 
Bizabeth  vonosesiss sina ste 143 
Harnard, Sarah J. ......... 273 
Harvey, Margaret .......... 280 
Fharrias To: Ths «ca coiweseeccs 58 
Junior Leigh ............ 58 
Hawley, Amn EB. weejcepciecicie 57 
Hawley, Emma A. .......... 105 
Hawk, Marthe .:.5.c000:055's 250 
Haye, ANC oc cieniasamaweieea 251 
Taare, Vos 62053 ts oe ce easie.c 251 
Barnabas: A. ccccss weariness 251 
Hazen, Wesley J. ........-. 44 
Havens, Lucy .............. 195 


INDEX—Continued 


Havens, Harvey ............ 282 
EBURS We srciccnminnvene weet 2$2 
Marion) 4 .scatam neces ys 282 

Heath, Deitt L occ ssite: sievacerssacore 205 

Healey, Lolita ......0..-200% 125 

Heckman, Clarence ........- 54 
Charente; JP. secccswacswces 54 

Heinley, Earl W. ........... 92 
HATEY Cs o egiexcanpetne 92 

Henderson, Herbert D. ...... 296 

Henning, Charles M. ........ 276 
Robert Cz scccsc.nmcnses 276 
ee) SIMO nwa ncmujeroacotn onset 276 

HHeritz,, Vernd <essiwsekss 253 

Hicks; Willi! We ccccecceses 2 
Walliams: Wi. SPs cnccaecns 42 
Richard: Ws sss0useesesse 42 
Leonard (Bs. oc sicsiweswccce ae s 
Helen Louise ............ 42 

AT, Blecta Ss, sees! siazvays ee 287 

Hill; Betses Ee. cccsavs wns v's 296 

Sines, Leehe | cov scssiesencies 90 

Hoagland, Henry C. ........ 124 
FAVOR Fis, ssosrescemsrecew ie 124 

Hockey, Walter ............ 261 
Reneléer Wee wees ce sjasesass 261 
DRONE a.ncoreisrsieeaiemiasajnateromiate 261 

Hoke, A. Roselle .........-. 103 
Petey: Re sccieow sn sa eessiae 103 

Holmes, Marvin o:. 64 scccccccee 169 
Onis C2 csc dhe cee 169 
Bary Bs sccissswagans seed 169 
RIGS: Be. sxncrstersionccatarsiemes 169 
Erma: Edith ..0.0.s:0 pcissice ae 169 
TY, Be) ceaiewoe oe ah oe see 169 
SOI RS. eared ais wre eters 16) 
NERUTICE ann niet dite tascauee 169 

Holmes, John M., cc. ccoscess 169 

Holmes, Georgia M. ........ 169 

Hood, Ernest . .....0:50:2.s:02:08 147 

Hopkins, Maude ............ 260 

Horton, EMR 6625 escsrescacs 63 

Horton, Milkie .......-...... 142 
Fra: Jadeon) s..6i5.c:e30 142, 145 
BlMa. As sniswessianenwne 145, 146 
LEB «a syciisiereaperaiain vin stn sesscie 145 
Joba: Ns weasesccss se 145, 146 
LOWS) ic wacmesiwesiomae 145, 146 
SAEED cocensamemomossines 145 
Mary As s.56 ve shswass 145, 146 
HAF RY"  nasarewiasaracaars exaareve 145 
VIOIB:. winnie ed ere easenw 145, 147 
MO 56 os Se seisveewssd 145, 147 


WOTRAEA, cerca orcismin 145, 147 
Gertrade sn 1eseiesujeieien 145, 147 
Newport: ¢ aac sceaserseus 146 
NECEIE caseers snsinrs snes merensatata 146 
MOUCLG & ooc le Saas Ease 147 
Howard, George .........--- 146 
FRO ci tiarscinieresecorneoimarcaraie 146 
House; Jesse M. .. .cawcusss 85 
Howland, Leta Av ccswiwcca. 293 
Hugg, Arabella ............ 51 
Hugyins, Lena Mae ......... 170 
Hughes, Louise ........... 157 
Humel, Anna .............. 261 
Hutchinson, Marguerite ..... 126 
Hyatt, Ida Da. ccisnecieeiecuse 58 
Hyres, Emma D. .......--... 216 
Ingram, EMeé: ova cscs ces 165 
Jackson, Hazel M. .......... 223 
amen, Jesse Bs iss .cs ce cesecc 80 
Paul. Ss. scmes cmenivaws cscs 80 
aie TSE oo cre iacestcotn yn pines so 
Jenkins, Myron N. ......... 129 
Jessup, Elsie! oc cis ce cco eevee 76 
Jobs, Walter E, ............ 66 
Johnson, Harold F. L....... 153 
JOnREOO: B We ioscss simmers 203 
Bene DES on ninccacomasiosren's 203 
Lewin hs cn05 sceveiwiwcss 203 
PATCS: TGs, ace: acs scersestaconaccunrentis 203, 
Burerd Ls. oca.dsic8 seks -- 203 
isan We ccc sees esecianacs 303 
OU Aas scent cceminarsmmeris 203 
Eether By .2055:0cse3eeas 203 
Leste? Bi sccnscwrasncw aces 203 
JONES, RENBTOFE: a .os6c neice coc 41 
Jones, Herbert ......5.6.-% 143 
Dota PB. s nccsswws swine 143 
PARTON ee a see nstaissienesesaignatcie 143 
Jones, Jumes M. ........... 201 
Josephene Mi in eceswy ass 201 
Fiorencte SMe. ccsiccccceneiss 201 
J0nn We .ocevecesess cis 201 
Binnie Ths cco vcwwncwadus 201 
MEME BYss se ctscecenesans ccnwnieiateres 201 
Bessie A, ih aetsa sans 3 201 
Jones, Hattie M. ........... 262 
Somes, BETA. Ni cccswise sans 52 
Jordon, Alice As icc0sis'¢.055 5 
Josseratid,, Js Vis scsi. cece 25D 
OBEE EN: corsccrarexersinwneieirs ow 212 255 
Pauline 4. ..cscasios.s ses 255 
Pasel Bi. cog-ea cee 255 





Jump, George ............-- 129 
Keene, Marshall ..:...:.:6602 00 196 
Kelsey, Charles ...........- ST 
Wa cs cna seancwese ares ST 
Kennedy, Reed ...........-- 105 
Kennedy, Si Ji. gs ci cseewes Iz1 
Baby" x. ws ai oe wa erncameaies I2t 
Ketchum, George W. ......-- 65 
BING Se: gas oo ce cieswwieewis 65 
TOU coe asssatwasmiecrenwe. 65 
COE” cinceeaicamaseunae® 65, 66 
Cecil BS sscscsascaes ees 65, 66 
te ee 65 
Bivin Ty) ¢ sto Deke co seca e 65 
Keys, Raymon «.cascces «cnn 276 
AVI) ca eawraniwateawmeese 276 
Kimley, William S. ......55, 62 
Bester Wo: is so gaes-creewisie's 55 
PERN FBS, sc: ote ccs seis cdraseteanenen 55 
Kerbert ‘Wi. os,ac0.se ests 55 
Walia = scasinianscsarecoss 62 
Mary: Belle ..cs.ccscessiema'e 52 
Kirkendall, William ........ 243 
Krebs; (Ouse, scercesssscowrsccaw » 157 
Kresge, Weed ............-. 238 
Geetha ccs fe sissies cits 238 
MEIGYE ces waisisveseiewsemee 238 
Kuehn, Edward ............ 300 
Kiwiss,, Foster) Jsisscucaesexs 276 
Feri 2. ssi teaawonangeieces 276 
POSEN! Me nomgsaense seed 276 
Barl Ee. 225 cecenswsenwew's 276 
Lake, Edna B. ............. 205 
Lampkin, Mary ............ 215 
Landen, Letty’ -6c.cs.cccere 18 
Langley, Jennie ............ 271 
Lanning, Prudie E. ......-...- 280 
Larue, Emeline ............. 101 
Leonard, Della ............. 215 
Lewis, Satiel: ..<..:0<008< 264 
Eiholh,, Cora. Oi... cccisssncwmtecrcie 52 
Linderman, Emma FE. ....... 245 
Lindsley, Andrew E. .......- 58 
Lindsley, Elmer ............ 184 
Helen: Be nse hove stinks 184 
Geareé Ths, sascevisewceesi« 184 
DISCIIR: Fo: aisiceciveneeraminy 184 
Loomis, Clara ........002s. 274 


INDEX—Continued 


Lovejoy; Mars: Ex ganccises 132 
LATCH, DORR We assecyarc-ewaviaes 280 
RSNS ROR. EE aves a ws veceenes eran ae 280 
Lovell, Mare 2cceseesg deen 280 
Magyofin, Maude ........... 164 
Maller¥; Jolin Ss «secs eo 181 
Baar Sq wrccasicisss cs swierssers 1sl 
ANNO AES ie ccsis Gare ana ROSS 181 
Marie Bu ccssinssanincsien Isl 
Manning, Odessa R. .....--- mm 
Manning, Maria FE. ........- 100 
MManyatt, Ray Le ccs ccc ws we li4 
Margaret An jes o0 onesies 17+ 
Marrion, Verne 'C. 2. .:s.06<« §2 
CAMO Cy cussanecremamsmes $2 
lve: Oc. cians. ais! sonata ans 82 
RUSSEIE sn tee cys stosn ease 82 
MEM GTIER 2 av sese ecm 82 
Bria: Bs 55 nc6 tee eens 82 
Wanda Jean ..ecscscewes $2 
Martin, Thomas ..........+. 130 
Bradford Ni. :..< jen 28308 130, 131 
Henry Te csesncnnews 130, 131 
Walter B\., c.ccciwieccseasnee 130 
MAFY AGQMCS i 0:5 cis. cs sies 130, 131 
Borden Di <x ge sexe 130, 131 
MVPELC: Te. ccaacsceroroveiniaia ‘01% ot9 a 130 
Chaves) sxcnasoreaeian see 131 
ORC’). 4 cscoee cen sess ce 131 
DGROEES anit sisiecersresanearver os 131 
Bheaveth:. s.cscteseden SS < 131 
MESSRS: camecoraramae seein ome 131 
BODORE  aaccosiesiearacaveisiniase 131 
MiGred ciseasewsns se sce 131 
MAPA sce ccwewsewewes 131 
Rees) TA i ocsiseriierierernis omsiern 131 
Matterson, Margureite ...... 183 
Matteson, Edna E. .......:.. 299 
Mather, Hermon ........... 266 
Mauer, George L. .......-..-. 22 
Mead, AEST) accaccenosas vos 93 
Merrick, John C. .........-. 180 
Elizabeth: Vis scauuzen sess 180 
Mérritt;, CIYGE) sc.c. nemesis 295 
Charles: A. occineccieseeie orine 295 
Gertrude: Es. .sécuwsssejcss 295 
Charlotte Be: sccasicccncamen 295 
Merwin, Ethel P. .........-. 205 
Milkes, William S. .......... 88 
PT ae 88 
Millard, Edgar L. ........-. 119 
Alice: (Cs. ca.33.00 me seaivcis 119 


Wilttti Bs senawareseads.s 119 
RCUTELY osc) cre searwnece ww ase 428 119, 120 
REEROO Be nice ssreninigioinrsinvs 119, 120 
DoMMtaesy san sscowavss 119, 120 
NOEEIG cracieicahcinvasrecvarats 119, 120 
AGNI WE. sa discsnalsenc aulesaie 119 
Clean WS no esencenecaawse 119 
AGller, Hated -cssnwwrimnen wen 83 
Miller, Ella My 4.2..c0s5.00,4 282 
Milter, Lacing Mi scawceeccc 292 
Meer, Tai scpsrorccavenernie ciuase:treve 29:2 
Weed ‘G.. sssnsusedese ares 292 
Milles, Esa. Je. cccacweses sie (299 
Minard, Laria .............. 249 
Minerick, Ruth Ax ...5...6.. 295 
Matchel,, Daisy ace ccc ss ciersis non LTS 
Monagle, Frank B. ......... 120 
MANhall Ei, oc ceoarsews 120 
Moon, Hattie Ni. cc nisecocccaie 2S 
Moore, Andrew R. .......... 185 
As Raymond ccsescsscscy 185 
HAPONG.G,. vamrasercseestarexcrsiooant 185 
FGith Ts 5.15.35 haw eeesess 185 
NOPHRE Gs acscsca sscrewp ges 185 
Moore, William H. ......... 245 
Clauilé ‘Gs sceesaceseeeses 243 
Wathaniel, Re cseccivissisrsnersvers 243 
Moore, Zeta Estella ......... 277 
BlOre yy (ORR éxito pis weeisiors cle 92 
Mosher, Margaret .......... 52 
Mosher, John M. ........... 96 
Florence Mi eseexitch esas 96 
NeW UE sre ana ese sveresvard 96, 97 
GRAV: Be ya scsecjensesorcney id exe 96 
Seely (S. ssnewenawesce os 96 
PONE ENE srewaranaentsimeawes 97 
Mosher, FOGG sereienresxiove vie arene 216 
Mudge, Julia: agnsceisas ay sears 290) 
Mueller, Flora AL. « weserccicvs 66 
Muhlhausen, Dunbar B. ..... 210 
Mules, Ruby Mo <n. 568s asc S86 
Mulliken, Estella ........... 104 
Mullock, David C. .......... 55 
Bermite As) anssieie anes aoe 55 
Laurence: Be oo sicc ccieis. cece 55 
Mummey, Dale H. ..........- 123 
Henrietta. s..05 G.<sssiwwr 123 
Munson, Mary E. .......... 2389 
Munson, Abia M. ....-...-- 297 
Munson, Darwin ........ 79, 242 
Murray, Susan E. .......... 161 
McCord, Andrew .........-- 120 


MeDaniels, Jessie R. ....... 100 


MeHale, Patrick ......... . 240 
MeRnight, Lillian .......... 92 
MeLaughlin, Grace ......... 97 
MeWhorter, Frances 2.2.2... 244 
MeWhorter, Harry ......... w44 
Nelsot, Nesta: Di. acossseyease 133 
Nett, Bert Ds. sissssciesrweraisiseiane 353 
Newport, Elizabeth ......... 145 
Newton, James F. .....-.... 23 
BGRHNE .s:acecacaavwises: wise ar0e 23 
Cecelia 33, 2 
ASERYE  ceistecemusarsiprecees 23;. 3 
NYRR torah cos saccaresetoicace 25 
ESD: cconeice ci Re ons a 
Grate!) BE. ccsccs ews can cae = 
Wena. Mas. ane sscgiasiesse Si 35 
Mabel sciccosweek oe mages 2h 
Nichols, Ralph A. .......... 85 
Niemi, Willliam ........... S4 
Anna Louise ............ s+ 
Nivison,, Clarissa) cesicicieaas vx « 234 
Woltn,, HAIIT oie ese-xansiuess.ensie 147 
GIGYS: canst wn meses 147 
Norris, Samuel D.. ........... 98 
BIOL sos oiri sit bees 28.08 55.8 98 
JOE sacea0s we es 98, 100 
SeOyMOOL  cecsssscsrowewew eae 98 
Ba ccisetomesaesGeser J 98 
Charles: Ss. cccncsswcvscass 100 
ARSCR) Ais sere trosrewimvese cer 100, 101 
avert Oy. we..,505 ew isse sis 100 
Albert Ga: scape cae sau 100 
Cee Bis. -ase:a.cnmscineieree mere 100 
Grace Es 5. 25.452 eee wees 100 
EGwist Os. .ceccqcgumsscews 100 
OTE) SaUy: -c:cscccrniais sceoneierere 18 
Northup, James H. ......... 88 
Grace Belle ..cscewcwmesiws 88 
Norton, Edward .........-.- 204 
Ralphs Vs sedesewe geese 204 
ENG Bs spice cqaqrceumnsareniowss 204 
Gia Bie. ess arsrormisoceseiaviesieisre 204 
Ralph Vig GTi oasiesssieciens 204 
OM onn6e We Din: casainrsis sarunse 64 
Katherine A. ..........-.- 64 
Ogden, Tracey R, ..........- 182 
DACIORS sieved wis srorerewstimnamane:s 182 
Ogden, Sally Jane .......... 248 
Olds, Edwin R. .......-.--. 44 
MAY’ Fe cea wsvewsenaenives 44 
Cora: No, ose sic cie,0:5.5i0'Fe 090 44 


INDEN—Continued 


OFF; Nilet MP. o ncecsesésoe snevene 55 
Osborice, Anna. L. wssssconcs J 13s 
Osterhour, Jeanette ......... 2sg 
Ostrander, Marguerite 2.2... 261 
Ostrander, Jennie .......... 260 
Oren; Fas osesnavnemediencme 45 
Padock, S. Adelbert ........ Isl 
Parshall, Clitford S. 2.2.2... lel 
MORES. Cs 5 ccwuderswes eet 101 
DORR Wis. sx anaecenenetiiee 10] 
Petey Wo. on sce Sp. oe evade wi) 
ANNA As pec0m Gass cemarnas 101 
Parshall, Flowd, By oncecseicisisune 169 
Pateh; ‘George Ds .o.5:5 05.58 24 
Patch, Pratt! Dos. occcciswsarssecers 24 
Peet, Cliarles By oe ese ciccnecie 155 
Mabel ws. pas act is Seas 153 
AVC: cose ais. cite seoraie tere stievsre 1538 
FESIOW inucrarcwdcieoesiateieye 153 
Gerttade: 2 a oi ews saw<uin 153 
WArKEN isciens se waieirawarescs 153 
BEYBUL, «2 on cicshieiasaie tee suena 153 
DOVGth > e008 cases eevee 153 
hintien FE. O08 wasccacvenes cdr 153 
Pendill, Clinton H. ......... 171 
FIOTA .ccnacwusy voces unn 171 
GATES, sicaireisiaesaeeenorienea 171 
Pennington, Clair B. ....... 123 
Tae He cweace eermoseanst 123 
Perkins, Be TB, ccisecasseneucmesie 203 
Anna Viola. ...c6.5.0c5c00% 203 
PRE TLeee! wae ie ots weecrererwiarers 203 
Phillips, Howard R. ........ 281 
Ethel (Bie orcs os cacecae 281 
Pieree, Archie 2. 66002.ecx 1s2 
GHATIORG econ swwieorcemanwess 172 
Helen: casieisnies 24 wa neues Tez 
Wesley criwicis a's su sererasssusves Liz 
DONE ane Reccmpnare geeerseceniios {2 
Plowman, Edna M. ........ 266 
Poindexter, Leo ............ 195 
Priestley, Annie J. ......... 128 
Ramet, Gerald .........-.. . 254 
RBTE)  eccsccniamincarnorecns 254, 256 
CRANES, oi. ca Ss teenies 254, 256 
Georgia Es osicess cases 256 
Batts Bs ccmrcicune ranng Oe 
Robert Bs) s 2h2csnes oe ee 256 
Chatlés: (Bs cincwenss ween 256 
Ransom, Charles F. ......... 272 
Miles Bosch cnxtce teccs SZ 


Georgian M, zr. 


eather Oy ¢.25. 5: as SanisaS acs 212 
ROE Bs. cncisicnennnmsmscien STS 
Randall, Eleanor AL 2.2.2... 293 
Rav, DHS, an jevcineaneres aes 24s 
Rednan:, Harvey a ccsaseosans 145 
WANG a ny. ccs dap ienpievececowienacane 145 
Redfielil, Bessie ............ 262 
Reed, Charles S. .....0.0..2. er § | 
SOF Ms 6 88 oo eo Sea sce 231 
NOMUAW ss sw ascaysemeniss 25] 
Reeves, Cora By... ce cee eee 123 
Reso; JOAR Bs sau, esas 2s i 
PRON TE, once moncorestls omar 174 
Dermice GC. nn4 wenisivenacoe 1y. 
Reinnert, Katherine ........ 126 
Renfer, James Ab accwnnsmes 258 
Retherford, Robert ......... 260) 
Richiatd: Ri <a) spscauscaves 260 
MSG! Du. eee idrecscatrorea 260 
Roberts Be. ic Ss ance cho, 260 
MAIN Ale x. ccccowemaesay 260 
Reynolils, Fannie ... 0.00.62. 220 
Rhodes, Frederick .......... 118 
Jennie By, wcqua owe ees 118, 119 
RT oa recess Basab eos 11s, 119 
Rhodes, Henry F. ....... 118; 121 
BeSS16 By ics. wacaeenyorrnernicn 121 
Beatrice D. ..........121, 122 
He PYIGIS. ocx cyascnces FS}... I3S 
Margaret P.. ccccwiswccs 123. 132 
Mare My. xjessieiacnen ene sews 121, 123 
POU) Ey 5 a. we twisesioaay vs 121 
BlGTER Re: ensissiesiwinacavuca » 221, 123 
Richardson, Helen .......... | 
Robertson, Richard L. ...... 196 
SUNORE: TR esc scuscetcrera anor ee 196 
Richard. EB. 2 ...ceccce0 0:0 196 
Rockwell, Lloyd « ....0<.%%%0 36 
WERRIBEE, o ccancarcnereievers 56 
PROEOUBS 555 se schon Senin sidnie 56 
Roe, Josephene ............ 152 
R66, DOHA | cower sewrenarmaaxowsars 152 
Rogers, Miles L. ........... 200 
Rone (Gs is exam encmsanses 200 
AGG, Bis sssccincmecnsmwnee LOO 
RalOb So. g.20:255 2 35.0%sieos 200 
Richard B. ...........200, 201 
RGERS Mh cccieaiecearniece xa s200, 2OL 
Arthur Bay .....005045 200, 202 
Miles Ys, IPs: hss esiecsvececs 200 
Esther May .......... 200, 202 
Elizabeth A. .....s00ds00 201 


Richard. Ba JP. « as ccs avers 201 
PPAR his cess none eevee: ome snare zal 
Lildiitn AAS. cope tess me 201 
BAG Bs. cocsacnsia sce swans ea. 201 
Toda) Bj NE cose sce sue ap eie'eo8 201 
Wayne A, ....5: —_——_ 202 


ANG ENG. cses. gas eea vance ore OSS 
Romney, Gaskel .........--. 258 
Rooter, Helen! Fi acces an we 216 
REICH BIG cs oeconsesrererace 241 
Rutt. Atbert "Ts cc & ceseace 195 

BHZAGCE as ass: widiwieree ararans 195 

PUTIES «cites ime reps tine, Seatitsiensh Sees 195 
Runyan, Bessie . .¢ 04 cn 154 
RUSS, JAPA) Ce sic ececererarwrsssinne 105 

MGR) nsnb5nd 78 = 105, 106 
Russel, Fret Ey. «cs oi eesti 164 

TCI Alls cnscare seersthmomeiauensyy 164 

Frances: Gs 6 i Se ae acisoew 164 

MSA Le x ox csmerssre sien 164 
Ritz, Peli: Fe spp eveisse nc ere ies 255 

Fern. Ps as ap a os Seon 253 
Salmon, Verne H. ........-- 154 

Niyrott: Js ésg on os ewe sense 154 

RMOUCKE Ls: ccc sp accesornseas 154 
Sanders, Hazel C. ........-.- 54 
Savage, Nellie ..0...8.ss06. 199 
SHVIOHS; ATCO! is css. sca: wis ces ‘scams 25 
Schofield, Albert L. ........ 209 

Mildred) 2.354 essase scx 209 

ROWAIG 5 a6. vacances 209 
Scott. Vera: WD: wc ne massgesio® 43 
Seott; Chessa Ps c.cswcewvas 292 
Schuyler, Florence .......--- 56 
Schwind, Lillian M. ........ 204 
Sears, George .........----. 245 
Seely, Sevmour A. ........-. 76 

yy ia: AMM 20a S.e:0055,05 38 76, 98 

Mary Me cusswewac om <n 76, 103 
oT A 2) 2 76 

Bdsvin) Ta cco dcezcacieas 76, 77 

Tentiie, ‘Ls, segs ee owowuars 77 

PIGS Me, scsi: aaa: eco wicroreneereoe 77 

Waar: An wes yo sinteaesiee 77 

Glad§s (Bs awe re weswes 77 

PIG9E: O%. 5.05.00 sx. 005 76, 78, 242 

DARD © aie: crerdvesn Be ot os RECS 78 

OG! san we os se mgavwrccws 78 

Elsie M. ......78, 79, 242, 243 

Bertha L. ......... 78, 79, 242. 

Gort As sceseesiecssac 76, 79 

Gertrude E. ..........- 76, 80 


INDEX—Continued 


Seely, Gilbert 2.0. oc 2. vs 76, 
WV ae Re eravene ts see ee 2 
Seely, Charles B. ........ 76, 
PRUOWE accesses we eno 
Orsun: Bi 5.004808 46 hs ws 
Wat. De cmc as ae ose wsen Sl 
Winndtired: Ce 4 saesurernene sl, 
Llewellyn in 4. seceresay Si. 
Lehtid Ch cce:spnusimeiens Sl, 
FEGRGL, BS. oe avaraswreie-etnanusenions S81, 
Flosd@! S) cscs eae $1, 
LOUISE Bi occsaevarsewoners aes Sl], 
Doeslie: ANG sce em a tas Si ease 
Lenfred ©). « 3: s< ps6sswes 
GRASS Ce acs tvacorasrarsnanepeissts 
FONDS hs. 55.5 dy A RES 
Aber AL, sox cs ccomemaes 
PASIVSE! Se; we: eck nae mu eaeaonaannenene 
Melma. Re 42. deaciseieseces 
NEVPOW (Co. ccsrrevas ate ears Sl, 
Bee SE cevssesapermcniate acne) s4, 
Elta By scvsaes & me ee S4, 
Prisca Me ccc swe sey wows S4, 
PGES EB a ore ees wnavene Woon 81, 
Dora: RS. .cseaies Se oe se oe $i, 
Seely, Zadock sas os .04 «cs 76, 
Mary Isabelle ............ 
Ada Elizabeth ; 2: ss xx 88, 
Willard Letot sos os us acSS, 
GRRE SS ae cre cscrecasiainres xe 
Géorge: Cs senicsewrm ae ves 
Teabelle Ta. ou:ace sisonnscavod 92, 
eA BRL, os. sie opsim ae lStoveevare, sue 
Jas! Ne, swsisiomexsts ave 57 
SERGE Dos cee sciermasmmeearantine ave 
“Du Waine W. L. 2.22... 
Seely, Seymour .......... 76, 
EGO) ccccciswramiasitnansniaee 93, 
TATU AS so surrernadusieretbrore rons nne 
Sermon? Ay wcowwswx os ve 
NUOTIOR. FE. cxsccnccceniares 94, 
GUM ORG) Ds ono. 0:33 ee ayasese 94, 
RUth Fy css sews os se 94, 
DRAEION! Cs ars isve save sew Downend 94, 
Curtig: Be nine .ne 5 teeeiae 94, 
sennette Bs own ccicccee eas 
Gordow Fo acwaciccancirs we 
PROTINEE: Fie. 5 ccorsecninceinjeinaie eis 
Jane Synthé .a.ccve. wes 
REGIE Wa. aesmscsicrisianersioenrs 
Dean MATIC ., 60:05cese,s evens 
Carrie: Sy gscoas de os e008 93, 
Sarah Nettie .......... 93, 


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SLOG IES «nis ccorndiesrsesnstinns 93, 97 


Seely, Ss. Alfred .....5...4 76, 101 
Saraly Lovesit. . os 6. 2.2 oes 101 
REQCO? NS Sierites Gus. ae ie dhe 11 
Charles As casxeseeeee 101, loz 
PUNO Sanies ccc ae wae sarents 102 
Chiglws: Ass ae ae ereseceosesssaus luz 
Han Vy coan nog tevic wire 102 
acy a Se 5 a en ae 182 
NEES: Ch. aks ds Hesse pe deren Juz 
Sifred: Ri. sc cawsescsnucen 102 

Seely, Dawid: No esc aie ox ne 76, 104 
Hitiow Als sao,..c2ea ie s 104, 105 
Dorothy By... awermvenwicanaiacs 105 
DERE Ns gees mince saeco 14, 105 
Minmio: Ds, «a ss ac eewes 104, 106 
IS. SGU sssseesvevasnaceisss aos aww 104 
RIAN IS. ciaceoslens ons tas weiue 104 

Seely, Sylvester Frank ....76, 106 
APE We ccm sans ceiemninec 106 
GeTGerG SEY a peserac aisisar eres 106 

Seely, ‘Grate: cas de 35 seeks 154 

Seely, Afeeker acu os ce an ween 134 
DDONOIG ccncreisensecpaneisvnieciei@ints 134 
MGOKEE Fs. wotseis & s0 dows 13 

Sensabaugh, Frank A. ...... 263 
PEMD TBs is bcs cana pot eypeasisiniens 263 
fmnest Cy 65a i4 we wero yews 263 

Slrawe, H. Brave as is sieceais 122 
ROER) TICE cast Ripe ead aaseeaueuane i Bese 
Haniilton Be so. 3s coececes 132 

Shaw, Agnes Vo cncciwceseseie 198 

SHAW, LOUSIC sis cs pds oneeisaisings 249 

Slaw, Editi A ay gewsnestine BSP 

Sheldon, Robert L. ......... 166 

Shelland, Catherine ......... 33 

Shipp, Mrs. 4 msa<csve<se5% 248 

Shipman, Susan M. ......... 142 

Shoemaker, Rose B. ......... 43 

Shoemaker, Mary J. ........ 43 

Shoemaker, Knapp ......... 61 
DEUS: Win, 5,08. chine ef sgaseiw@as 61 
Clyde Ky, asiacsenswy ou 61 
NRTONG, 30, consis sperstornacwsecanecscs 61 
AMSG: 35655 see Rete 61 

Sincebaugh, Dewitt ........- 89 
Minnie Fei. sccsis.ceo we sme 89, 90 
SIANEY 42:03. os smeeeaes 89 
Butt By. css. «i wm sesesureng 89 
PNG Re cavsnacosnienssiecsreiane sve. 89 
MAXthS. «2/0 scan peeweeees 89 

Simmons, Almah .....-....- 102 

Simson, John A. W. ........ 106 





POUR Ae VEe) PEE Keimewiiooy 106 
Theliia Is scascewsssousies 106 
Bivert, TWIN: access cnawciex 161 
Skellenger, James L. ........ ii 
Mildred) Ey acs cesccesn uuu ii 
Biers MA Avs dewsicrcesenanenens 171 
Nelle scaauwawies o1 55 5 171, t72 
Dorothy <ysccacivccwe 71, lz 
Smith, Lowle «2. 22.0000 oo 4 
Ranth, ‘Peart <n seesmpwass 66 
Smith, Phoebe J. ........... 123 
Smith, Pliney C. ........... 162 
Smith, Pembroke ........... 171 
Suith,, Mains Sis scsicveie vince 220) 
Sath; Levi Mo q.ascaesdces a3 
Alfred G2 csssssegen=cg0:a BW 
Al, BOrton 6 csiscsrscesisrrsieteyes 233 
AUCOUGS 2d socw ten sasece a ee 
MEPE Tes ose sccsmexwesccs 233 
Smith, LAvise. 6.2 <<<:062040- 29 
Smith, Lillian V. ........... 263 
Smith, Péarl: « o.<ccniecawxaea 66 
, Snyder; Saral As x o.ceceseine SS 
Snyder, Howard O. ......... 169 
Snyder, James Van D. ...... 255 
OSG) De secasamsimire seaeawe 5 
Dale! Js 55,.06,.5% sa. seaaniexe 5 
Dorit M6 aaccccwsswnmsesars 235 
Dene - Wie ck dmesienscsname 255 
Seons. Mariam < cc 6506 ccseu 276 
Soper, David) c2s005 seeccess 62 
Spike), Mabel ......5.siewieieis:sais 264 
Stafford, Floyd FE. .......... 122 
Geneva SE. c.csecsnweocess 195 
Robert Ke cos awacnd Ba sive 132 
Bichard) He. asec ccin ca ceec 122 
Star,, Frances 2 caiciscsoseees 93 
Sterns, Spencer ............ 181 
Stevens; Lena «2c. 6cccsscses ljo 
Reevens, Ttitg <.e.sccccca cs 300 
ROG Tou. wcicwceneceis Vex 300 
Bs EAN 5 ch ca cecsiseswees 300 
Bert Ls. esas cacti 300 
Stewart, Elizabeth J. ....... 125 
Stewart, Keziah ............ 287 
Stienemiller, A .G. .......... 27 
LC. | a er 274 
WGP so sis AecistSersked Se eae 274 
Btiwon, Asahel .csccsesscys+ 2 
PRPCGE oo civasawasesiaatnee 233 
" artett SB. oss nosieses 33, 3 
Stone, Frances ........-..-- 124 
Sturdivant, George ......... 239 


INDEX—Continued 


Sullivan, Robert Eo... 2.0... 1S4 
Summera, Kate: .:.05..2.%.% 210 
Supernantt, Henry .......... 15 
Sutton, Surah ............-. 267 
Swain, Ras BR. geceesucoxsics 202 
TGS Fee era acsciewiacsisratorarnccacere 202 
Creerge Es: .. ass sa50ejeee se 202 
Bana Mae 255-60 oe wos ses 202 
HIROTE Win. ncaa ceieniesiwersin 202 
Swartout, William .......... 240 
LOUIS, . cccceumme mags we sets 240 
PRUSSEE | iecdceenp lensenveee, Qoeeee 24a 240 
Abita: << cca cersewssenaies 240 
ViTQIRIA  csccvecieecien ses 240 
Taggart, Rose Le. cccungsouss 5 (BI3 
Teopie, Archie Cy iscsi scsese « 7s 
LOCI, AUDIE «neice: ote arr cet 155 
Tense, Ketiahl) .c<iwccscaiass 234 
Thompson, Ruy En. ...c250:0 +7 
Richard (Be 5422..26386206 5 47 
Nor@an Be waeesusassewes « 47 
OTs 1 | a ee eee 47 
Thompson, Joseph E. ....... a0 
Doreas Clarinda .......... au 
Thompson, John C. ......... 215 
Ferry: By cc samseooyecsn 6 216 
Thorp, Atle: Gy ass presses 183 
THAYEY, MATE. 0 26.5:08 acianioien 167 
Toliver, Rena «...cc.s0sss<- 256 
Townley, Helen sciccscics cas 104 
Towson, George ............ 157 
Tripp, Thomas: « 5 a6 scissors 296 
Mi. Gertrnde: « ccisccnaeeses 296 
Terk, Enuma’'G. nccccesnnese 163. 
Tornee. ils Es sks eccces 44 
Thrnee, Tda ccisinciwes auivan wieies 294 
Turney, William ........... 56 
GYRE . coca cee sicsade sects 56 
Bermiee) 222. ese sciemeoaer 56 
Pauline SE ososcaecssineas 56 
Norma BD: ssdeseesewiscs xe 56 
Uiter,s Tre osc: ainicinienisisinse 300 
Havel As « ssksiecicceicx a%,68 300 
CUrehEe AS ascenecomscuce's 300 
Ptdie, DOR apes so wiesersisiecaisenave: SOS 
Van Atta, Ernest .......... 209 
Van Benschoten, Margaret... 99 
Van Berger, Delbert ........ 133 
William: csssesesvewecs 133, 134 
BSE: aeerecsyencte «++. .133, 134 


Van Cleave, Arthar CG. ..6 65. 120 
Mises Cy 05 c/h-ssieedle memes 129 
EdWitt Ay cstwesexeeswesss 129 

Van Gelder, Ella .........-. 106 

Van Horn, Frank M: 2... 144 
SEAGED a sew cain araearwcape I44, 145 
Di, one octet mnstoves 144, 145 
HOPEe sccccesiece sey snes 144 

Wan Norton, Viola .c.6..06%% 133 

Van Pelt, Merton L. ......-. 298 
Hermida, Tse saws san ees 298 
Gar TEE ccmcmeiediowew teases 298 
Sylvia AE. 65.c.cchexaceaw SHS 
ee) ee eee 298 
Ca 295 
Helen: Alyy cccsswies scat a 2 298 

Wai Pelt MEE. escemeu we ow x 298 
EIDE oie sensiere siekasieiaveidsern 298 
Kenneth: scmss cemecviscs sis < 298 
OO geasciwisiwrosigionwiccacrtdie Stee 298 
BORON a. cpcicneeieejeGnsiem ean’ 298 
MUGIEA 6 exons wae oes 2938 

Van Popering, Lewis ....... 59 
ERREOREE. occ. conenancce 59 

Vogen; Fi MM. ccscexcssesss S61 
Git Rs. sects wsmcomnssere 251 
Howard (Bi. cacscase xe a8 3 25) 
Herald De. sescicwcas west 251 
DIGOG | Bi sxc we eawenes 231 

Washburn, George B. ....... 85 
Mane BE, siscievdacww nis aos 85 
Ethel Mc. cewawexewsxwce 85 
Mildred Cy occcsssswecscs 85 

Washburn, Thomas ©. ...... Ly 
Grace T. .cicssccasscesias ri 
Willard Si sc wewiunare sees 97 

Washburn, Myrtle .......... 298 

Waleott; EMa 2cesscscseses 165 

Walker, Charles. ..c.0<6000 241 
Chath E85 cis xcaere sem erecres 241 

Waters, John Re i sé cicciccics 58 
RUCK Ts. geass oe oa ste eearreaies 58 
weak: (B, | écamcimnnce tinct 58 
Atbe: (EBs sc ccesiwesdsace's's 38 
Jehh Bi: STs 6c ciissiownass 58 
Phillips: BM. ...csicieineiccesiesic 58 
George J. ...... Lisanti 58 

Webster, Ethel J. .........- 169 

Werks, Cote. By cncwncsuseecis 61 

Wet: Joel Si: sic socesecccs 65 
Dawsld SS). osncwossoss Givsicar (GS 
WEAN (Go. jeceree auerjeienareyece . 65 


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Cord Belk Ry ca vs easy ews 65 OPE MS ccsmcrsssrevecstarererscene 82 NOMI AD. cwearasiaveaaanenrs 60 
Wrest, Orange Ge, csi sce ae secs 25 MOTT Tee cnet tieucisvin aang 82 eras Ms. susiepieststeipiucinces 60 
Wrest, “Willis Gs). esa ua a ou 25 Harold fly, comscesuesus 82 Wooding, George D. ........ 120 
West, EMG Alay «ev on sa wesw 25 BION. Wie ccsicramecmaiomienenes $2 TONNE « ccwinmemeues sion ss 120 
Wheeler, Verna ............ 125 Williams, Walter ........... 200 BEAR tis aise cya suseiouapeion: 120 
Wheeler; Cafrie’ nse. as cso 208 ChaTles Wy siasassscccas ve 200 Mae : occas amsagaizammaes 120 
AWhite; GPANE cccccores ne ww vie 241 Wilson, Edward C. ......... 296 Worden, Elizabeth .......... 201 

Dona) ons. ocuri hes Bea. ee Bs 241 Wilson, Gertrude FE. ........ 296 Wey liie,, Walliama: ......0.0,-,ec08 0 91 
White, Orpha Jane ......... 291 Wilson, ‘Clarinda .cincss vs os 40 DoVaAld Re esacanweweseen 91 
WRTHOS MORETIS acsiese ere aie ace ace 81 Wizeman, Alexander P. ..... 64 DORBIASS: cospescentaninacion aie a:6 91 
Whitman, William .......... 199 Burton Ce pesisiiasanae ee a 64 Wright; Alfred M. ..c secs & 173 

BGM ccoswimawas ox as eae 199 APAEHRINGs arsccocnscecte aw oe ae 64 Nelli (Six cccccaanarctince om we 173 

MUIR oreo cesecarsuatG2s tas hen OX ake 199 Prous: GATHAP? ncereieeee:s6 ee 64 DGEIS) Be: caress cupeeoureiee 173, 174 

Ray pvariiskexterse a hoy 199 Wood: Neal E> ssexessn news 249 Charlotte He ceesszizss 173, 174 

WONG ecccsiem nis ararssis on 199 SA x canmenuurecanae wae 249 Luvenie Hi wsawsswaes sa ve 173 

WIOBGIG, sceranciersiecnoreceseisee a nie 199 GBH NS. cscacesecsssrerGie: 20 pre cat 249 PLCOMIENG accegiavinws es oe 2090's 173 
Wilgek,, Franz Bi. csiecicsie oa 25 Doroth® seqcucw os ives weve 249 Mltred Wi case a ga we sie 173 

Chester TRIN soncmmcauass oe 25 WAPGTHE,  ressarsisoneu sae cvesneraie 249 WVZIGUE,, VOW cece ans es ase atmisie ea 274 
Wilkins, Alfred L. .......... 96 Charette: .........062 ce cece ne) 249 

Bettie: Jae 5 csicecsss es 96 Woods; BLS cowie os my cere 274+ Young, Florence H. ........ 138 

DERRY AL, « ssenscusionraceices 438 96 Woodard, Grant B. ......... 59 Young, Cora) May s.sswcaners 209 
Willahu, William ........... 44 Walter VE. .w.cscwevcas ao, 80 
Williams, Bertha H. ........ 55 Karl Be sy cs vawewnsaw 9; 60 Zumack,, Myrtle Vi 4.5 oa cas 185 
Williams, Herbert .......... 82 LOA Bic. mesasncee ste opieweie 59 


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INDEX—Continued 


Names of those mentioned incidently on the Historical, and other pages, that do not appear in the 


tabulation. 


Brooks, Zebulon ......28, 32, 3: 
Brooks, Amanda .....2S8, 3: 


Breoks, Edmund ........... 33 
Biteks; DAVIG «iv ceas eas cn 32 
Brooks; GAT  ccouccacusvewamrwens 33 
Botsford, Anna Comstock.... 110 
Bos, AMGE scx csccaum ce ve 149 
Bowel, Semen ca. eecewisiene ae a0 149 
Batts, Jolt <cswsswemes ao ve os s7 
Bitte, NWO sas conimnew since 187 
Card, ‘Charles: Be. ne eiecieaise 6 
Carleton, WA) .esccicwcacecs 15 
Cleveland, President 2.2.2... 34 
Cowell, Benjamin .......... 32 
Cowell, Melissa ............ 32 
Cowell, EAA . ucisisssivsicwas< 33 
Dearborn, Rev. Mark ....... 207 
Dearborn, Electa .......5... 207 
Dearborn, Nathan .......... 33 
Dearborn, Polly. asacweses 33 
Dearborn, Henty .<2cc0wewes 36 
Dutton, Ansel H. ........ 32, 33 
Dutton, Doreas Wilson....32, 33 
Button, FON. . cc sccsescesieawins 32 
Dutton, Oliver ............. ll 
Petey, Bi Sy acs gesssaws 151 
Fairchild, Charles B. ....... 13 
Portner; Tiewis occ sccisccaiss 219 
Fox, Rev. Charles As ..:...:0-5. 32 
Brooks, Elmore L. ......... 48 
Dearborn, Mark D. ......... 37 
Georgia, Miles .............- 19 
Georgia, Willis .........-.-- 26 
Georgia, Harrison W. ...... 39 
Georgia, Willis Z. ......... 39 
Georgia-Seely, Polly ........ 67 
Georgia, Hurmon S. ........ 107 
Georgia, Roswell S. .......-- 115 
Georgia, Miles, Jr. ........- 135 


Gates, Captain A. J. 2.2.2... 176 


Gileén, JORG sec cmccsiewres 17 
Gibson, Sarah Ann ........ liz 
Hugg, Luman He, sscwvies 40% Dey 
Hugi, Betsey cscesscieceaen ove 32 
Huntley, Rev. G. W. ......-- 207 
Jefferson, Thomas ......... 3H 
uUstins. Dubie «x ncesenersinen oa 7 
Lincoln, Abraham ,......... Ray 
LANG; JOHWE ccc cnresieare aiiiens 159 
MeDowell, Rev. .........--.- 32 
Niles, ‘Timmer: 5 24 «< s@<s5:<83, 280 
Welson, TICS .o.s0.cscase exe ie 22 
Newland, James R. .......-- 114 
Nichols, Jolin Ay ssc sc xc Ces 
Wivison, AHA | seiko eae 226 
Nivison, Catherine = ....... 226 
North, Daniel ........ 1], 13, 284 
DOPE, "GIAN  sassmespscsaeie.nw 159 
Oli; Alfred 2s ncscnecexs vag FS 
Oweti, SUSAN gsisccscisrese scree 33 
Owen, William ............. 33 
Peale; James: Ni sec sexes ewe siz 114 
PoOMNCATE;: Re cscccrarcierwisuers ae axe 115 
Puff, Charles Fe wcieisieccee ve 72 
Schemerhorn, John ......... 149 
Scrambling, Jie. x ccsowessaarw 149 
Sharpe; GC. The ..cincsseupacncsic 114 
Shoemaker, Joseph ........- 35 


INDEX OF PORTRAITS 


Georgia, Orson C. .......... 148 
Georgia, Orrin N. .......... 158 
Georgia, Niles S. ........... 175 
Georgia, Robert B. ........- 175 
Georgia, Elijah Burr (S5th).. 186 
Georgia, Fred Biss visirescies ac 189 
Georgia, William W. ......- 206 
Georgia-Bellis, Sally ........ 211 
Georgia, David N. .......... 218 
Georgia, Andrew FP. ........- 218 


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Shoemaker, Henrietta 22.2... 35 
SHEG,, AJBtitOS) By casas 4 
Snyder, Andrew J. ........ 27 
Savder; Thea snaeaceue wean 70 
Spaulding, Betsey 0.0.22... 33 
Spaulding. Enos ........... 33 
Spencer, JohD o. sce secs ss 109 
Stewart, James ..........00 176 
Stewart, Nathaniel... 17, 254 
Stewart; Satah siccsscensss 11 
Stewart, Homer ............ 149 
Stilson, Chester Ne. . s2sc0c08 6 
Stilson, Nathan 2.0.2.2... 11, 176 
Stilson, Truman ......... 11, 284 
Pliernton, Poly vn ccacce os = 33 
Thornton, Elijah: c.icccs accion 33 
Tompkins, Joshua .......... 71 
Treadwell, Chester .......... 1i7 
Tupper, Seren. Ma. oid sscew oxsieys 13 
Vorhis, Cameron .........0. 32 
Workbis, Phoehe «nc ccwe cacwsn 32 
Washburn, Willard ......... 33 
Washburn, Esther .......... 33 
Washburn, Phoebe .......... 33 
Wilson, Woodrow .......... 11+ 
AVGIGOn, GAMES: 6 sc 6G. os se oR 27 
Wilson, Agries Be sos cewess 32 
Wilson, John .............-. ~ 
Georgia, Burton B. ......... 218 
Georgia, Miles R. .......... 257 
Georgia, William B. ........ 269 
Georgia, Elijah Burr (3rd).. 283 
Georgia, Elmer A. .......... 283 
Georgia, Dewight R. ...... .. 286 
Georgia, E. Wasson ........ 286 
Georgia, William W. ........ 283 
Seely, Seymour ..........-. 67 
Seely, S. Alfred .....00.600% 67 


Compcert Mastrac tere 
BY THE 
FEWANGELICAL PRES. 
Clever