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201 Generation No. 3
 
3. GEORGE3 PEARSALL (GEORGE2, HENRY1) was born in Resided at Herricks, Hempstead, L.I., N.Y.. He married XXX.

Children of GEORGE PEARSALL and XXX are:
4. i. SAMUEL4 PEARSALL, b. resided in Near Rockaway, L.I., N.Y..
ii. NATHANIEL PEARSALL.
iii. JOHN PEARSALL, m. HANNAH SANDS.
iv. DAUGHTER PEARSALL, m. JACOB FOWLER. 
FOWLER, Jacob (I1632)
 
202 Generation No. 4
 
4. SAMUEL4 PEARSALL (GEORGE3, GEORGE2, HENRY1) was born in resided in Near Rockaway, L.I., N.Y.. He married ELIZABETH BEDELL.

Children of SAMUEL PEARSALL and ELIZABETH BEDELL are:
i. SAMUEL5 PEARSALL, m. ABIGAIL DENTON, April 13, 1793, St. George's Church.
ii. NATHANIEL PEARSALL.
iii. EDMUND PEARSALL, b. May 13, 1753.
iv. URIAH PEARSALL.
v. ELIZABETH PEARSALL, d. August 15, 1799. 
BEDELL, Elizabeth (I1633)
 
203 Geo. Syble & F Peggy SEIBERT, George Adam Siver (I678)
 
204 Girard civil war vet WRIGHT, Johnson Girard (I122)
 
205 Give both Mary and Elizabeth as married to John Crocker in 1659 BODFISH, Elizabeth (I3066)
 
206 Groton Avery Clan
Entries: 27400    Updated: 2005-12-10 22:55:11 UTC (Sat)    Contact: Robert Pero

Mostly Taken from Groton Avery Clan books. By Elroy M. Avery and Catharine Hitchcock (Tilden) Avery

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ID: I21384
Name: Alice Gertrude MILLER
Surname: MILLER
Given Name: Alice Gertrude
Sex: F
Birth: 25 Jun 1850 in Hastings, , NY
Death: 13 Dec 1903 in Ogdensburg, , NY
_UID: 0C70D3ECE388D5118CA8444553540001F16F
Change Date: 18 Jun 2001 at 18:14:37

Father: Daniel MILLER b: ABT 1825
Mother: Nancy SIVERS b: ABT 1825

Marriage 1 HARRINGTON b: ABT 1850


Marriage 2 William Russell AVERY b: 5 Jul 1836
• Married: in Hastings, , NY 
AVERY, William Russell (I1940)
 
207 Groton Avery Clan
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ID: I21384
Name: Alice Gertrude MILLER
Surname: MILLER
Given Name: Alice Gertrude
Sex: F
Birth: 25 Jun 1850 in Hastings, , NY
Death: 13 Dec 1903 in Ogdensburg, , NY
_UID: 0C70D3ECE388D5118CA8444553540001F16F
Change Date: 18 Jun 2001 at 18:14:37

Father: Daniel MILLER b: ABT 1825
Mother: Nancy SIVERS b: ABT 1825

Marriage 1 HARRINGTON b: ABT 1850


Marriage 2 William Russell AVERY b: 5 Jul 1836
• Married: in Hastings, , NY 
HARRINGTON (I1939)
 
208 HANNAH MAE6 MIELAK, b. Private. MIELAK, Hannah Mae (I1222)
 
209 He added an S to the name Owen because of a dream Jane (I2900)
 
210 Heart disease WRIGHT, Frederick A. (I124)
 
211 Hello Shirley
Date: Fri, 05 Jul 2002 18:28:59 -0700
From: Cheri Blessing
To:

Cheri Blessing wrote:
> I have found your information about Margaret Siver Seibert in the Ancestry.com website. I was searching for my relatives, The Blessing Family. I have some information, but it differs slightly from yours.
These records were found at the New York Library in 1963 by an assistant librarian named, Gladys Ladu and from our own Family Bible records.
Martin Blessing b: 9 FEB 1764, d: 7 JUN 1852, m: Margaret Siver b: 18 APR 1765 and d: 8 OCT 1845 (New York library records show they were married 26 APR 1784)
They had seven children:
> 1. Frederick Blessing b: 16 JUN 1785 d: 23 JUN 1804 m: Elsie Combe.
(Nebraska State Historical Society, in Early History of the Crounse Family in America states: Giving the same name to the next child born after the death of a child was the frequent custom among the German and Dutch families providing the sex was the same. Hense, the Frederick born later.
2. Adam
> 3. Mary Lucretia
> 4. Nelly
> 5. John
> 6. Nancy
> 7. Frederick b: 8 DEC 1806 d: 10 JUN 1879 m: 16 JUL 1825 to Christianna Marie Van Aernam b: 8 SEP 1808
Side note: Christianna (or Christina) Van Aernam had a sister Margaret Van Aernam b: 6 MAR 1796 and she married John Crounse on 19 AUG 1815. They had a son Lorenzo Crounse who later became Governor of the State of Nebraska
Frederick and Christianna had seven children:
1. Martin Blessing b: 10 AUG 1826
> 2. Jane Blessing b: 10 FEB 1828
> 3. Henry F. Blessing b: 17 NOV 1831
> 4. Margaret Blessing b: 13 JUNE 1833
> 5. Catherine Marie Blessing b: 24 MAR 1836
> 6. Lorenzo Blessing b: 11 JAN 1839
> 7. Elen Blessing b: 9 NOV 1844
Lorenzo Blessing was my great grandfather. I am in the process of inputting all of the information I have on my ancestors to the Ancestry.com website. I believe you can access the records by going to the site and typing in Martin Blessing. My database numbers are 2058290 and 2148103. Happy hunting.
>
> Have a good day, Cheri Blessing 
BLESSING, Martin (I439)
 
212 Hello Shirley
Date: Fri, 05 Jul 2002 18:28:59 -0700
From: Cheri Blessing
To:

Cheri Blessing wrote:
> I have found your information about Margaret Siver Seibert in the Ancestry.com website. I was searching for my relatives, The Blessing Family. I have some information, but it differs slightly from yours.
These records were found at the New York Library in 1963 by an assistant librarian named, Gladys Ladu and from our own Family Bible records.
Martin Blessing b: 9 FEB 1764, d: 7 JUN 1852, m: Margaret Siver b: 18 APR 1765 and d: 8 OCT 1845 (New York library records show they were married 26 APR 1784)
They had seven children:
> 1. Frederick Blessing b: 16 JUN 1785 d: 23 JUN 1804 m: Elsie Combe.
(Nebraska State Historical Society, in Early History of the Crounse Family in America states: Giving the same name to the next child born after the death of a child was the frequent custom among the German and Dutch families providing the sex was the same. Hense, the Frederick born later.
2. Adam
> 3. Mary Lucretia
> 4. Nelly
> 5. John
> 6. Nancy
> 7. Frederick b: 8 DEC 1806 d: 10 JUN 1879 m: 16 JUL 1825 to Christianna Marie Van Aernam b: 8 SEP 1808
Side note: Christianna (or Christina) Van Aernam had a sister Margaret Van Aernam b: 6 MAR 1796 and she married John Crounse on 19 AUG 1815. They had a son Lorenzo Crounse who later became Governor of the State of Nebraska
Frederick and Christianna had seven children:
1. Martin Blessing b: 10 AUG 1826
> 2. Jane Blessing b: 10 FEB 1828
> 3. Henry F. Blessing b: 17 NOV 1831
> 4. Margaret Blessing b: 13 JUNE 1833
> 5. Catherine Marie Blessing b: 24 MAR 1836
> 6. Lorenzo Blessing b: 11 JAN 1839
> 7. Elen Blessing b: 9 NOV 1844
Lorenzo Blessing was my great grandfather. I am in the process of inputting all of the information I have on my ancestors to the Ancestry.com website. I believe you can access the records by going to the site and typing in Martin Blessing. My database numbers are 2058290 and 2148103. Happy hunting.
>
> Have a good day, Cheri Blessing 
SEIBERT, Margaret Siver (I355)
 
213 helped found stage lines and distributed bibles BISSELL, Josiah (I3385)
 
214 Henry SWEET (7), b, 7 Mar. 1662, in Warwick, Rhode Island. Son of John (2) and Elizabeth (JEFFERY). Henry m. Mary (ANDREWS) abt 1680/81, In West Greenwich, Rhode Island. she b. abt 1662, the dau. of John (ANDREWS) and Mary (GRIFFlN). They had thirteen children all born in .East Greenwich, Rhode Island. Mary Andrews SWEET d. 3 May 1752 in West Greenwich, Rhode Island, in her 89th year.
John 2, John 1
Children of Henry (7) and Mary (ANDREWS)
i. Henry, (31) b. 11 Mar. 1682 admitted freeman at General, Assembly in Newport, Rhode Island. 4 May 1714. m. Mary ----------. Henry and Mary had two children, Griffin b. 15 Sep 1709, and Hannah, b. 8 Feb 1711, she m. James (MATTESON)
* ii. John (32), b. 4 Mar. 1684 in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. m. Catherine a "widow"
* iii. Joseph (33), b. 7 Mar. 1687, m. Rachel (EDMUNDS), 26 May 1709.
* iv. Benjamin (34), b. 29 Mar. 1690, m. Susannah (SPENCER), 26 Mar 1709. She was the dau. of James (GREENE).
v. Mary, b. 10 Feb. 1692.
* vi. Joannah, b. 13 Feb. 1695, m. Roger (VAUGHN), 18 Feb. 1718
* vii. William (35), b. 1 Aug. 1698. m. Elizabeth (PIERCE), 1 Feb 1727.
viii. Alice, (twin), b. 10 Jul. 1701, m. Jonathan (MATTESON) 31 Jan 1722/3 East Greenwich, Rhode Island.
ix. Ruth, (twin), b. 10 Jul. 1701, m. Henry (MATTESON), 15 Dec.1720, at East Greenwich Rhode Island.
x. Elizabeth, b. 25 Feb. 1703,
xi. Susannah b. 17 May 1706.
*xii. Griffin (36) b. 15 Sep. 1709, m. 24 Oct 1736 Priscilla (SWEET), dau. of William (SWEET) (10) and wife, Thankful (HAMILTON),
xiii. Hannah, b. 8 Feb. 1711/12.
John SWEET (32), b. 24 Mar. 1684, son of Henry (7) and Mary (ANDREWS). John (23), m. Catherine who was probably the widow of Nicholas (WHITFORD) abt 1715. All their children were born in North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
Henry 7, John 2, John 1
Children John (32) and Catherine
i. David,(80) b. 1716 m. Mercy (SWEET) d. 1805 Beekman, N.Y.
ii. Jonathan,(81) b. 23 Jul 1719, d. 1806
iii. Mary, b. 1723
iv. Catherine, b. 27 Feb 1725. m. Ezekiel (WHITFORD) 27 Ma y 1744.
* v. Elnathan,(82) b. 14 Feb 1727. m. 1786 Abiah (JENKINS).

From:
Subject: Benjamin Sweet answer
Date: Thu, 22 Aug 1996 10:45:49 -0400

Benjamin SWEET, born 29 March 1690, in East Greenwich, was son of Henry Sweet, born @ 1658, at Warwick, R.I. He was last known alive in 1728 when he made a deed to his son William. Henry married circa 1681 to Mary ANDREW, born @ 1663, and she died 2 May 1752, age 89, at the home of her son Benjamin in West Greenwich, R.I. Her father was John ANDREW aka MacANDREW. See TAG 52:18-20 for more on ANDREW.


I have put the dates actually found in the published vital records
in the annotations below, with the implied double dates in brackets.

RI. Their children were:
Henry b. Mar 11, 1680/81 <<<< 1682[/3]
John b. Mar 24, 1683/84 <<<< 1684[/5]
Joseph b. Mar 7, 1686/87 <<<< 1687[/8]
Capt Benjamin (see above)
Mary b, Feb 10, 1691/92 <<<< 1692[/3]
Johanna b. Feb 13, 1693/94 <<<< 1695[/6]
William, b. Aug 1698 <<< Aug 1
Alice b. July 10, 1700
Ruth b. July 10, 1700
Eliz b. Feb 25, 1701/03 <<<< 1704[/5]
Susanna b. May 1, 1706 <<< May 17
Griffin b. Sept 15, 1709
Hannah b. Feb 8, 1710/11 <<<< 1711-2
per john chandler 
ANDREWS, Mary (I2499)
 
215 Henry SWEET (7), b, 7 Mar. 1662, in Warwick, Rhode Island. Son of John (2) and Elizabeth (JEFFERY). Henry m. Mary (ANDREWS) abt 1680/81, In West Greenwich, Rhode Island. she b. abt 1662, the dau. of John (ANDREWS) and Mary (GRIFFlN). They had thirteen children all born in .East Greenwich, Rhode Island. Mary Andrews SWEET d. 3 May 1752 in West Greenwich, Rhode Island, in her 89th year.
John 2, John 1
Children of Henry (7) and Mary (ANDREWS)
i. Henry, (31) b. 11 Mar. 1682 admitted freeman at General, Assembly in Newport, Rhode Island. 4 May 1714. m. Mary ----------. Henry and Mary had two children, Griffin b. 15 Sep 1709, and Hannah, b. 8 Feb 1711, she m. James (MATTESON)
* ii. John (32), b. 4 Mar. 1684 in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. m. Catherine a "widow"
* iii. Joseph (33), b. 7 Mar. 1687, m. Rachel (EDMUNDS), 26 May 1709.
* iv. Benjamin (34), b. 29 Mar. 1690, m. Susannah (SPENCER), 26 Mar 1709. She was the dau. of James (GREENE).
v. Mary, b. 10 Feb. 1692.
* vi. Joannah, b. 13 Feb. 1695, m. Roger (VAUGHN), 18 Feb. 1718
* vii. William (35), b. 1 Aug. 1698. m. Elizabeth (PIERCE), 1 Feb 1727.
viii. Alice, (twin), b. 10 Jul. 1701, m. Jonathan (MATTESON) 31 Jan 1722/3 East Greenwich, Rhode Island.
ix. Ruth, (twin), b. 10 Jul. 1701, m. Henry (MATTESON), 15 Dec.1720, at East Greenwich Rhode Island.
x. Elizabeth, b. 25 Feb. 1703,
xi. Susannah b. 17 May 1706.
*xii. Griffin (36) b. 15 Sep. 1709, m. 24 Oct 1736 Priscilla (SWEET), dau. of William (SWEET) (10) and wife, Thankful (HAMILTON),
xiii. Hannah, b. 8 Feb. 1711/12.
John SWEET (32), b. 24 Mar. 1684, son of Henry (7) and Mary (ANDREWS). John (23), m. Catherine who was probably the widow of Nicholas (WHITFORD) abt 1715. All their children were born in North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
Henry 7, John 2, John 1
Children John (32) and Catherine
i. David,(80) b. 1716 m. Mercy (SWEET) d. 1805 Beekman, N.Y.
ii. Jonathan,(81) b. 23 Jul 1719, d. 1806
iii. Mary, b. 1723
iv. Catherine, b. 27 Feb 1725. m. Ezekiel (WHITFORD) 27 Ma y 1744.
* v. Elnathan,(82) b. 14 Feb 1727. m. 1786 Abiah (JENKINS).

From:
Subject: Benjamin Sweet answer
Date: Thu, 22 Aug 1996 10:45:49 -0400

Benjamin SWEET, born 29 March 1690, in East Greenwich, was son of Henry Sweet, born @ 1658, at Warwick, R.I. He was last known alive in 1728 when he made a deed to his son William. Henry married circa 1681 to Mary ANDREW, born @ 1663, and she died 2 May 1752, age 89, at the home of her son Benjamin in West Greenwich, R.I. Her father was John ANDREW aka MacANDREW. See TAG 52:18-20 for more on ANDREW.


I have put the dates actually found in the published vital records
in the annotations below, with the implied double dates in brackets.

RI. Their children were:
Henry b. Mar 11, 1680/81 <<<< 1682[/3]
John b. Mar 24, 1683/84 <<<< 1684[/5]
Joseph b. Mar 7, 1686/87 <<<< 1687[/8]
Capt Benjamin (see above)
Mary b, Feb 10, 1691/92 <<<< 1692[/3]
Johanna b. Feb 13, 1693/94 <<<< 1695[/6]
William, b. Aug 1698 <<< Aug 1
Alice b. July 10, 1700
Ruth b. July 10, 1700
Eliz b. Feb 25, 1701/03 <<<< 1704[/5]
Susanna b. May 1, 1706 <<< May 17
Griffin b. Sept 15, 1709
Hannah b. Feb 8, 1710/11 <<<< 1711-2
per john chandler 
SWEET, Henry (I840)
 
216 Her daughters home NEELY, Icy Dona (I1692)
 
217 HeritageQuest Online (ProQuest) (Census 1790-1930), Digital Books, PERSI, Rev War Pension Applications)
Census Image
1870 > NEW YORK
Series: M593 Roll: 1072 Page: 433

Line 17
Pearsall, John 47 M W farmer NY
Emily B 46 F W kpg house
George 20 M W boating
David 1? M W boating
Anna 10 F W school
Lovina 8 F W school
Jennie 4 F W 
PEARSALL, Lovina Lavinia Rachel (I1626)
 
218 Hi Karen
I will give you what information I have please contact me at skncr@cox.net

Shirley (Clancy) Becker

Karen Hopple wrote:
>
> Hi,,,,,,,,I'm a decendent of Anna Clancy and William Harvey,,,,,,,and,
> you can't imagine how excited I was to find ANY information on
> them!!!! I saw listed on the website, the children of that
X-Originating-IP: [65.129.84.119]
From: "Karen Hopple"
To: skncr@cox.net
Bcc:
Subject: Harvey/Clancy genealogy
Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 08:51:49 -0500
X-OriginalArrivalTime: 28 Jan 2003 13:51:49.0740 (UTC) FILETIME=[67D872C0:01C2C6D4]

Hi Shirley,,,,,,,,,,,,,thanks,,,,,,,,,I'll be grateful for anything that you may have!!

Karen

> marriage,,,,,,,William, Harold, and Bessie. There were two other
> children,,,,,Fannie and James. Was curious as to why they were not
> included. My grandfather was James. My father was Peter Clancy
> Harvey. Any further info that you have would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Karen
HARVEY, Peter Clancy (I1319)
 
219 Hi Shirley.
Bertha was born on July 25, 1881.  I have found her birth location as Albany and Hunter, New York.  It is believed that the actual place of birth is Albany but I want to look into this a bit more.  She died on February 6, 1936 in Burlington, Vermont.  Her death was due to Chronic Bronchitis with a lung abscess being the contributing factor.  She was buried on May 2, 1939 and is buried in Mt. Calvary Cemetery, Archibald Street, Burlington, Vermont.  I believe I have a picture of her headstone but need to look at my photos again.  If I do I will forward it to you so that you may add it to your information.  She married Joseph David Bessette, my great grandfather, on March 29, 1913. 
 
Let me know if there is anything else that I might be able to help you with.  I do have a picture of her when my grandfather was very young.  Let me know if this is something that might be of interest to you.
 
I would love information on John Plue. [DCRAY9ataol.com]

 
 
You have much luck searching your family line also. 
 
 
Thank you.
 
Cathy 
BROWN, Bertha Blanch Braun (I152)
 
220 Hi Shirley:
 
The info that you forwarded is very interesting--that poor family in the storm!  Did all the families described in the emails from James descend from a Sweet?  None of the names are familiar to me.
 
My great-grandfather was Charles Emery Sweet, born in 1842, died in 1910.  He was a storekeeper in Petersburgh, NY and was in the Civil War for 3 years.
 
I am working on a book about my Sweet family genealogy, going from my grandfather, Byron Luther Sweet, Sr. back to the first John Sweet who came to this country.  It's hard work but very interesting!
 
Sally 
SWEET, Dr Byron Luther (I952)
 
221 Hit by train SALISBURY, William Wallace (I1999)
 
222 Hospital unk CLANCY, Howard Francis (I57)
 
223 http://bettyfink.com/mstp01.htm viewed 24 Feb 2007
Marriages at St Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie
1747-1749
20 Oct 1747
Christian Schafer
Maria Elisabet Kniskern 
KNISKERN, Maria Elisabet (I1832)
 
224 http://bettyfink.com/mstp01.htm viewed 24 Feb 2007
Marriages at St Paul's Lutheran Church, Schoharie
1747-1749
Mar 22 1748
Johannes Kniskern
Sophia Schafern 
KNISKERN, Johannes (I1831)
 
225 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F711
 
226 http://genforum.genealogy.com/sweet/messages/2175.html


























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Re: Theophilus & Henry
Posted by: M.S. Tripp
Date: August 21, 2001 at 05:49:21
In Reply to: Re: Theophilus & Henry by Allen Niles
of 2211



Allen, Thanks for the info and I'm glad I qualified my answer re "other" Theop. to the Rev. Theop of IL
who's been getting most attention.
I also have info for you. According to my early notes John 4 m. Lydia Whaley, b.abt. 1695. I postulate
some connection with the Theodosia Whaley (of Theop. Whaley) who m. 1697 Robert Spencer. Their
daughter, Susannah Spencer, m. Benjamin 4 (Henry, John, John) Sweet. Lieut.Theop, b. 1636 is their son.
Of the two more-or-less contemporary Theop. Sweets, the 1636 one is the younger, and perhaps rightly
identified as the soldier. Even that was old! Beyond that, I think the records can well be tangled. It does
appear tho' that the Theop. name came twice from the Whaleys. There's a Whaley Gen. in the NEHGS
Lending Library; I may borrow it with my next batch. Thanks again.


http://genforum.genealogy.com/sweet/messages/2175.html 
Family F425
 
227 http://members.tripod.com/PEARSALL/Henry.html
Generation No. 4
 
4. SAMUEL4 PEARSALL (GEORGE3, GEORGE2, HENRY1) was born in resided in Near Rockaway, L.I., N.Y.. He married ELIZABETH BEDELL.

Children of SAMUEL PEARSALL and ELIZABETH BEDELL are:
i. SAMUEL5 PEARSALL, m. ABIGAIL DENTON, April 13, 1793, St. George's Church.
ii. NATHANIEL PEARSALL.
iii. EDMUND PEARSALL, b. May 13, 1753.
iv. URIAH PEARSALL.
v. ELIZABETH PEARSALL, d. August 15, 1799.
D: I08413
Name: Joseph PEARSALL
Sex: M

Father: Nathaniel PEARSALL b: 1715
Mother: Sarah TODD

Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

Children
1. Clarke PEARSALL b: 16 NOV 1769 in Ct.
2. Samuel PEARSALL b: ABT. 1772
3. John PEARSALL b: 16 NOV 1779

ID: I04684
Name: Nathaniel PEARSALL
Sex: M
Birth: 1715

Father: George PEARSALL
Mother: UNKNOWN

Marriage 1 Sarah TODD
• Married: 15 DEC 1735
Children
1. George PEARSALL b: 31 DEC 1739
2. Henry PEARSALL b: 1741
3. Hannah PEARSALL b: 19 AUG 1743
4. Sarah PEARSALL
5. Mary PEARSALL
6. Joseph PEARSALL 
PEARSALL, Samuel (I1611)
 
228 http://persi.heritagequestonline.com/hqoweb/library/do/census/results/image?surname=miller&givenname=james&series=12&state=1&hitcount=228&p=101&urn=urn%3Aproquest%3AUS%3Bcensus%3B17332553%3B-1%3B12%3B1&searchtype=1&offset=172&threadtype=p
Heritage Quest 1900 Census
Utica Town, Oneida Co., NY 8th Ward super dist. 13 ED 68 sheet 5 line 85

Miller James Head W M Jan 1847 53 M 30 NY NY NY Teamster
Emely R wife W F Jan 1847 53 M 30 NY NY NY
Mina Daughter W F Sep 1873 26 M 7 NY NY NY
Wava Adpt Dgt W F Oct 1895 5 S NY NY NY
Veva Grndtr W F Sep 1893 7 S NY NY NY
Hazel M gndtr W F Mar 1897 3 S NY NY NY


Social Security Death Index
NORMAN GERHARDT
21 Apr 1889 SS5 says 13 Apr 1899
Jun 1974
13480 (Waterville, Oneida, NY )
(none specified)
074-28-2761
New York

1920 New York Madison Brookfield Twp
Series T625 Roll 1118 Page 147 Line 75
GEORGE J. GERHARDT
  Bridgewater - George J. Gerhardt, 76, a retired farmer, died Tuesday in his home after a heart attack. ( May 16,1961) He was born in the town of Brookfield, N.Y., son of Agustus and Rose Gerhardt. He attended schools at Beaver Creek and Brookfield. With his wife the former Emmaline Miller, he operated various farms in this area. He retired in 1956 and moved here. He was a member of the Brookfield Episcorpal Church. Besides his wife he leaves a son, Lawrence of Sauquoit Rd., and a brother, Norman of Waterville. The funeral will be at 2 tomorrow from the Wilcox Funeral Home, West Winfield with the Rev. Carl H.Yettru, Congregational minister, officiating. Burial will be in Brookfield Rural Cemetery.

[This is from a newspaper clipping saved by my grandmother Ethel (Edick) Miller, and submitted by Peggy.]

1900  > NEW YORK  > ONEIDA  > SANGERFIELD TWP 23rd Jun 1900
Series:  T623  Roll:  1132  Page:  269
Line 87

1930 > NEW YORK > MADISON > BROOKFIELD TWP (EAST PART)
Series: T626 Roll: 1445 Page: 147 SD 15 ED 27-3
Line 5
Gerhardt, Norman L. head R 41 M 21 farmer
Veva ? wife H 36 F 18
Homer A s 13 M
Carl E s 11
Dyle I s 2 5/12
Evva M d 2/12

NW Witter Hill Rd

Next door
Line 18
Miller, Davis head 45 M 31? Canada - French Canada Canada 1911 Dairy Farmer
Hazel m wife 34 M 21 Ny NY NY
C David s 13
Ruth E d 12
Edna M d 10
Robert E s 8
John H s 6
Ernest J s 4
Betty j d 2
and next door
line 27
Finnegan, Owen J head 65 M 30 NY Irish Free State both laborer Dairy Farm
Mina M wife 55 m 13 NY NY NY
Miller, Ernest A stepson 21 S NY Ny NY laborer Truck Farm 
MILLER, Veva (I214)
 
229 http://persi.heritagequestonline.com/hqoweb/library/do/census/results/image?surname=pearsall&series=8&state=1&hitcount=227&p=101&urn=urn%3Aproquest%3AUS%3Bcensus%3B8897061%3B57341886%3B8%3B1&searchtype=1&offset=120

1860  >  NEW YORK  >  OSWEGO  >  CONSTANTIA
Series: M653  Roll: 837  Page: 372

PEARSALL JOHN 35 M W NY NY OSWEGO CONSTANTIA 1860
John Pearsall 35 M NY
Emily Pearsall 35 F
Samuel Pearsall 19 M
John Pearsall 17 M
Emily Pearsall 13 F
Mary E Pearsall 11 F
George A Pearsall 9 M
Sarah Pearsall 7 F
David Pearsall 5 M
Eliza Pearsall 3 F
Susan Pearsall 1 F

Families of Inwood, NY
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ID: I10047
Name: John PEARSALL
Sex: M

Father: Samuel PEARSALL b: ABT. 1772
Mother: Hannah HAWKINS

Marriage 1 EMILY

Children
1. Samuel PEARSALL
2. Edward PEARSALL
3. David PEARSALL
4. George PEARSALL
5. Roseltha PEARSALL [Emily]
6. Ellen PEARSALL
7. Anna PEARSALL [Susan]
8. Lavina PEARSALL
9. Jane PEARSALL
10. Elizabeth PEARSALL


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Pearsall, John 47 M W farmer NY
Emily B 46 F W kpg house
George 20 M W boating
David 15 M W boating
Anna 10 F W school
Lovina 8 F W school
Jennie 4 F W 
PIERSALL, John Carlisle (I226)
 
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PEARSALL JOHN 35 M W NY NY OSWEGO CONSTANTIA 1860
John Pearsall 35 M NY
Emily Pearsall 35 F
Samuel Pearsall 19 M
John Pearsall 17 M
Emily Pearsall 13 F
Mary E Pearsall 11 F
George A Pearsall 9 M
Sarah Pearsall 7 F
David Pearsall 5 M
Eliza Pearsall 3 F
Susan Pearsall 1 F 
PEARSALL, Mary Elizabeth (I773)
 
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Ayers, Betsey 45 F W Seamstress 800 300 NY
Wright Alpheus 26 W M farm laborer NY
Maria 21 W F keeping house
Alvin 4 M W
Effin? 3/12 F W
Orelia? 63 F W Keeping house 
WRIGHT, Effin? (I1458)
 
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Name:
Woolsey Shelmandine
Spouse:
Matilda Miranda Vaughn
Parents:
Henry _ Shelmadine , Polly Mary Purdy
Birth Place:
Schoharie, Jefferson, NY
Birth Date:
1820
Death Date:
1903 
VAUGHN, Matilda Miranda (I1372)
 
233 http://theusgenweb.org/ny/otsego/cemetery/unadillaforksplainfieldcem.htm
Unadilla Forks Cemetery
Plainfield, Otsego County, NY
Finnegan, Mina Miller b. Nov 22 1872 d. June 23 1949
wife of Clarence Miller who died 1909
wife of Owen Finnegan who died Apr 1 1945 
MILLER, Clarence (I1627)
 
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# ID: I6516
# Name: Edward Clinton SIVER
# Sex: M

Father: John J. SIVER
Mother: Lucretia Proctor VICKERY b: 7 APR 1835 in Oswego County NY
rldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=bcrs&id=I6516 
VICKERY, Lucretia Proctor (I664)
 
235 http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sweet-toomey&id=I0538
# ID: I0538
# Name: John Sweet
# Sex: M
# ALIA: Isaac /Sweet/
# Birth: ABT. 1579 in England
# Death: BEF. 25 DEC 1637 in Providence, RI
# Burial: Buried where the State House now stands in Providence, Providence Co., Rhode Island
# Emigration: DEC 1630 see more
# Residence: 1632 Salem, Massachusetts
# Residence: 1637 Providence, Providence, RI
# NATI: Welsh
# Reference Number: 944
Marriage 1 Mary Westcott? b: ABT. 1581 in Wales or Modbury, Devon County, Eng.
* Married: 1619 in London, Eng.
Children
1. Has Children James Sweet b: 18 JUN 1622 in Hackney, Middlesex, London, Eng. (Wales Island of Great Britain) 
SWEET, John Aka Isaac (I777)
 
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# ID: I095
# Name: Thomas HOWLAND
# Sex: M
# Birth: in Plymouth, MA
# Death: 12 JUL 1739 in Plymouth, MA
# Occupation: Land owner

Father: Joseph HOWLAND b: 7 DEC 1664 in Plymouth, MA
Mother: Elizabeth SOUTHWORTH
Marriage 1 Joanna COLE
* Married: 1699

Children
Consider HOWLAND b: 28 AUG 1700 in Plymouth, MA

# ID: I093
# Name: Consider HOWLAND
# Sex: M
# Birth: 28 AUG 1700 in Plymouth, MA
# Death: 8 AUG 1759
# Occupation: Innkeeper

Father: Thomas HOWLAND b: in Plymouth, MA
Mother: Joanna COLE

Marriage 1 Ruth BRYANT

* Married: 1725

Children

1. Has Children Ruth HOWLAND b: 19 FEB 1729/30 
HOWLAND, Consider (I1296)
 
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# ID: I095
# Name: Thomas HOWLAND
# Sex: M
# Birth: in Plymouth, MA
# Death: 12 JUL 1739 in Plymouth, MA
# Occupation: Land owner

Father: Joseph HOWLAND b: 7 DEC 1664 in Plymouth, MA
Mother: Elizabeth SOUTHWORTH
Marriage 1 Joanna COLE
* Married: 1699

Children
Consider HOWLAND b: 28 AUG 1700 in Plymouth, MA 
COLE, Joanna (I1295)
 
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# ID: I095
# Name: Thomas HOWLAND
# Sex: M
# Birth: in Plymouth, MA
# Death: 12 JUL 1739 in Plymouth, MA
# Occupation: Land owner

Father: Joseph HOWLAND b: 7 DEC 1664 in Plymouth, MA
Mother: Elizabeth SOUTHWORTH
Marriage 1 Joanna COLE
* Married: 1699

Children
Consider HOWLAND b: 28 AUG 1700 in Plymouth, MA 
HOWLAND, Thomas (I1294)
 
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# ID: I765
# Name: James W. SIVER
# Sex: M
# Birth: 23 JUN 1844 in Evans Mills, NY
# Death: 13 JUN 1864 in New York City, NY
# Change Date: 7 OCT 2000
Father: George Henry SIVER b: 6 JAN 1814 in Minden, Herkimer Co., NY or Mohawk Valley, NY
Mother: Eliza Anne OSTRANDER b: 13 AUG 1813 in Johnstown, NY or Mohawk Valley, NY
Marriage 1 Sarah Elizabeth MACCOISTEN

* Married: 25 DEC 1861 in NYid=I765 
MACCOISTEN, Sarah Elizabeth (I1339)
 
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# ID: I57027625
# Name: Elizabeth SOUTHWORTH
# Given Name: Elizabeth
# Surname: SOUTHWORTH
# Sex: F
# Change Date: 22 Jan 1998 1 2

Father: Thomas SOUTHWORTH b: Abt 1617
Mother: Elizabeth REYNOR

Marriage 1 Joseph HOWLAND
Sources:
1. Author: Robert Charles Anderson
Publication: 1995
2. Title: 11073
Publication: 30 Aug 99
Text: http://pedigree.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/pedview.dll?ti=0&ind=16653&file=110 #

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# ID: I5583
# Name: Elizabeth SOUTHWORTH
# Sex: F 1
Father: Thonas SOUTHWORTH b: 1616 in Leyden, Holland
Mother: Elizabeth REYNOR
Marriage 1 Joseph HOWLAND
Sources:

1. Abbrev: History and Genealogy of the Mayflower Planters, Leon Clark Hillis
Note:
History and Genealogy of the Mayflower Planters, Leon Clark Hillis
Page: 100 
SOUTHWORTH, Thomas (I1297)
 
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# ID: I81636746
# Name: Theophilus WHALEY
# Given Name: Theophilus
# Surname: Whaley
# Sex: M
# Birth: 1616 in Kirkston, Nottinghamshire, England
# Death: 1719 in South Kingston, Washington County, Rhode Island
# Burial: 1719 Hopkins Hill
# Residence: Abt. 1680 Moved to RI because of friction over his Baptist views
# Religion: Baptist
# Note:
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2nd. Lydia (WHALEY), abt 1720, Risinger
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# ID: I68109707
# Name: Lydia WHALEY
# Given Name: Lydia
# Surname: WHALEY
# Sex: F
# Birth: 1682
# Change Date: 27 Dec 1999

Father: Robert Theophilus WHALEY
Mother: Elizabeth MILLS b: 1645

Marriage 1 John SWEET 
MILLS, Elizabeth (I1663)
 
242 http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2218072&id=I0097
# ID: I0097
# Name: Joseph Cannon #1
# Sex: M
# Birth: 14 DEC 1745 in Barnstable, MA
# Death: 4 JUN 1807 in Pinefield, Delaware County, NY
# Burial: Cannonsville Cemetery, Moved to Pepaction, Lot Number 196
# _FA6: verified by Society of Mayflower Decendants MD 31:151
# _FA7: 4 AUG 2001 Verified by the Daughter's of the American Revolution.
# _FA8: 19 APR 1775 Served in the American Revolution
# Reference Number: 97
# Note:
# Note:
July 2001 I received the application form the Mayflower Descendants Society, August 5, 2001 this branch of the Cannon family is eligible for the Daughters of the American Revolution. Joseph Cannon 1 fought in the revolution. The following is quoted from the "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors"
# Note:
Cannon, Joseph, Rochester, Private, Capt. Earl Clap's co. of Minute-men, Col. Theophilus Cotton's Reg., which marched in consequence of the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 7 days; also, Capt Nataniel Hammond's Col, Col Ebenezer Sprout's Reg; service 15 days (Probably in Dec., 1776:); Company reported to have marched from Rochester to Rhode Island on an alarm; Also, Capt. Samuel Brigg's Col, Col. Theophilis Cotten's Reg., Gen Palmor's brigade; service, 32 days, on a secret expedition to Tiverton, R.I., Sept. 29,1777.
# Note:
Cannon Family History on file with the Delaware County Historical Society
# Note:
Joseph Cannon and his wife Abigail Dexter moved to Cannonsville sometime after 1796. I located Joseph Cannon, Clark, Cannon, Blossom Cannon and Wait Cannon on the 1800 Census for Delaware County NY. They had a son Wait that came to Cannonsville in 1796. This was ten years after Jesse Dickinson first ascended the Delaware,(River). The following is the Cannon Family History written about 1892, and on file with the Delaware Historical Society, Delaware County, NY. Wait Cannon brought his wife from Sharon, CT. all the way on horseback to this then wild and dreary wilderness of pines, much the way with no road but the Indian trail. wait Cannon put up the house where Samuel Hathaway now lives, and lived there until hi s death in 1804. His age was about 24 years. Wait Cannon left three children, Wait, Eliza and Persis. Wait Cannon had a brother Joseph to came to Pinefield. His homestead was on the farm now owned by G.L. Hoag (for many years owned by John Fletcher.)Wait Cannon, son of Wait and Persis Cannon married Sarah Jones. He was at one time in the mercantile business in Masonville. He went from there to Wilkes-Barre, PA and died there leaving a large family of children. Eliza, Daughter of Persis, daughter of Wait and Persis Cannon, married Abram G. Miller. She left two children,Hariet and Helen. Harriet Miller is Mrs. D.C. Smith of Delhi. Helen died two years ago.
# Note:
Mr and Mrs Miller spent most of their lives in Cannonsville, (kept the hotel many years.) She died past 70 years and he was past 90 at the time of his death. He came from New Berlin when a small child with his father and family, who settled on the farm on the east side of the Delaware, opposite Speedwell mountain, now owned by Henry Squires. Abram was the only one of the family who remained here. He was a soldier in the was of 1812.
# Note:
Joseph Cannon (brother to Wait) was married twice, his first wife, Harty(?) died in 1810, aged 21. She left 2 Children Roxy and Elisha. Roxy married William Underwood. They moved to New Berlin and both died there. Elisha married Catharine Huyck, daughter of Andrew Huyck. Later he married Mrs. Betsy fuller. Elisha Cannon had two sons in the war of War of the Rebellion. (Civil War) Clark the oldest died in the service, and Joseph the youngest, was seriously wounded. (I believe that the Joseph Cannon in the Revolution was Joseph Cannon #1, listed by the DAR. Elisha would have been too young to have sons in the Revolution.)
# Note:
On a tombstone in the cemetery is this inscription: "Here lies Harty, wife of Joseph Cannon, died March 1810, at 21." "Ebenezer C., Joseph C., and Rachel C. by her side."
# Note:
Joseph Cannon's second wife was Rachel Huyck a Sister to Andrew Huyck. And the children of the second wife were (living) Ephriam, Betsy, and Joseph Cannon. Joseph and his family went west and was living in Wisconsin a few years ago. Wait and Joseph Cannon had a brother, Blossom and a sister Abigail.. Blossom died leaving a daughter, Abigail, whom her grandmother brought up. She married James Gauley and she died leaving 3 sons, one of whom is now living.
# Note:
Besides the children of Joseph and Abigail Cannon there were two nephews, their names being Benjamin and Nathaniel. 17 Sept 1817, Benjamin Cannon married Persis, the widow of his cousin, Wait Cannon. They had three children. Benjamin, Eliza and George B. Benjamin Cannon, Sr., was Justice of the Peace. He was the first postmaster in the first post office at Teedville, now called Trout Creek. The name Pinefield, and Mr. Teed was its first postmaster. The great Espous Turnpike passed through Trout Creek which extended from Kingston to Ithaca and was a stage route. It is possible that that was the first highway laid out within the limits of the town.
# Note:
Benjamin Cannon built the hotel now owned by Henry Durfee, in 1813 or 1814. In 1817 he gave a deed of the land where the old schoolhouse used to stand, and where the Babtist church now stands, also a deed for the land for a cemetery with the road leading thereto; to 2 trustees, Martin Lane and Caleb Smith. If the land where the schoolhouse was built was ever used for any other purpose than for a school the land reverted to the heirs of the said Benjamin Cannon. Also if the land where the cemetery now is, is ever used for any other purpose than a cemetery, it shall revert to the heirs of the donor. The deed is recorded in the county clerk's office in Delhi.
# Note:
According to the conditions of the deed, when the first schoolhouse was no longer used as a school building, Benjamin Cannon, son of the giver, bought the old building he owning the lands. He sold the property to the Baptist society who used the old school building for meetings until they built the church now occupying the same site.
# Note:
Benjamin Cannon was a very generous man, kind to the poor and thoughtful for the welfare of others. His house was a refuge for many who needed comfort and aid. His wife carried the same spirit of kindness. He died in 1839, aged 63, His wife, Persis Cannon died in 1859, aged 81 years.
# Note:
Benjamin Cannon, son of Benjamin and Persis Cannon, was a lawyer, graduated from Union College in 1840. He married Ann Miller, A Daughter of Epaphras Miller of Oxford. He was County Clerk of Delaware County. He built the house and laid out the beautiful grounds of "Chester Point" now owned by E.W. Owens. He was Justice of the Peace for many years.
He was interested in the public's welfare and all the good causes. He moved to Oxford in 1873 and died there. (must have been written about 1890) He left 3 children, Robert M, who lives in Buffalo, and Elizabeth B. who is Mrs. Archibald of Scranton,(NY) and Charles B, in Norwich, who now resides in Oneonta.
# Note:
Eliza, daughter of Benjamin and Persis Cannon, married Erastus Edgerton, of Franklin, who has been for may years a prominent banker of St. Paul, MN.
# Note:
George B, the youngest son of Benjamin and Persis Cannon married Ann Eliza, daughter of Eligah White, of Franklin. They had two sons, one of whom has been comptroller of the currency. George Cannon resided in New York City.
# Note:
Nathanial Cannon, Brother of Benjamin Cannon, Sr, was a blacksmith. He built a house where M.W. Owens house now stands. He was four times married, the first three wives each dying in the 40th year of her age. first wife's children were Asahel, Benjamin Tracy, N. Stowell, Carriel and John. Benjamin T. Married for his first wife Huldah Smith, Daughter of Caleb Smith. The second wife was Louisa Howland. M. Stowell married Geanette Rogers, a daughter of Dr. Thomas Rodgers. They are now living in Chicago. Passed the fiftyith anniversary of their marriage last November. Mariel married Belinda Owens who died many years ago. The other sons left Cannonvillle when young. Nathaniel Cannon's second wife was Mrs. Susan Wiest, a sister of Deacon William Hawley of Deposit, and she left three Cannon children, Fanny Eliza, William and Susan. And Susan went west, married and was accidently killed many years go.
Nathaniel Cannon's third and fourth wife left no children. Mr. Cannon sold his home and business to Rev. David W. Nichols and Allen Tinker more than 40 years ago, then moved to the northern part of the county where he died soon after. In 1835 Joseph Cannon moved to Chicago, Illinois, while others went west. (Idon't know to whom "others" refers to. This ends the History of the Cannon Family by an unknown author.)

Father: Ebenezer CANNON b: 1 MAY 1715 in Falmouth, MA
Mother: Mercy BLOSSOM b: ABT. 1718 in Barnstable, MA

Marriage 1 Abigal DEXTER b: 16 MAR 1744/45 in Rochester, MA

* Married: 24 NOV 1768 in Rochester, MA
* Event: Intentions filed 24 NOV 1468 in Plymouth County Records

Children

1. Has Children Joseph(2nd) CANNON b: 23 JUL 1782 in Rochester, Plymouth County,, MA
2. Has No Children Dexter CANNON
3. Has No Children Ancel CANNON
4. Has Children Blossom CANNON
5. Has Children Weight CANNON b: 17 OCT 1770 in New Bedford, MA
6. Has No Children Nathaniel CANNON
7. Has No Children Abigail CANNON
8. Has Children Eliza Jane CANNON b: 1780 in CT
9. Has No Children Rachel CANNON
10. Has Children Clark CANNON b: ABT. 1771 in CT 
BLOSSOM, Mercy (I1237)
 
243 http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2218072&id=I0097
# ID: I0097
# Name: Joseph Cannon #1
# Sex: M
# Birth: 14 DEC 1745 in Barnstable, MA
# Death: 4 JUN 1807 in Pinefield, Delaware County, NY
# Burial: Cannonsville Cemetery, Moved to Pepaction, Lot Number 196
# _FA6: verified by Society of Mayflower Decendants MD 31:151
# _FA7: 4 AUG 2001 Verified by the Daughter's of the American Revolution.
# _FA8: 19 APR 1775 Served in the American Revolution
# Reference Number: 97
# Note:
# Note:
July 2001 I received the application form the Mayflower Descendants Society, August 5, 2001 this branch of the Cannon family is eligible for the Daughters of the American Revolution. Joseph Cannon 1 fought in the revolution. The following is quoted from the "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors"
# Note:
Cannon, Joseph, Rochester, Private, Capt. Earl Clap's co. of Minute-men, Col. Theophilus Cotton's Reg., which marched in consequence of the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 7 days; also, Capt Nataniel Hammond's Col, Col Ebenezer Sprout's Reg; service 15 days (Probably in Dec., 1776:); Company reported to have marched from Rochester to Rhode Island on an
alarm; Also, Capt. Samuel Brigg's Col, Col. Theophilis Cotten's Reg., Gen Palmor's brigade; service, 32 days, on a secret expedition to Tiverton, R.I., Sept. 29,1777.
# Note:
Cannon Family History on file with the Delaware County Historical Society
# Note:
Joseph Cannon and his wife Abigail Dexter moved to Cannonsville sometime after 1796. I located Joseph Cannon, Clark, Cannon, Blossom Cannon and Wait Cannon on the 1800 Census for Delaware County NY. They had a son Wait that came to Cannonsville in 1796. This was ten years after Jesse Dickinson first ascended the Delaware,(River). The following is the Cannon Family History written about 1892, and on file with the Delaware Historical Society, Delaware County, NY. Wait Cannon brought his wife from Sharon, CT. all the way on horseback to this then wild and dreary wilderness of pines, much the way with no road but the Indian trail. wait Cannon put up the house where Samuel Hathaway now lives, and lived there until hi s death in 1804. His age was about 24 years. Wait Cannon left three children, Wait, Eliza and Persis. Wait Cannon had a brother Joseph to came to Pinefield. His homestead was on the farm now owned by G.L. Hoag (for many years owned by John Fletcher.)Wait Cannon, son of Wait and Persis Cannon married Sarah Jones. He was at one time in the mercantile business in Masonville. He went from there to Wilkes-Barre, PA and died there leaving a large family
of children. Eliza, Daughter of Persis, daughter of Wait and Persis Cannon, married Abram G. Miller. She left two children,Hariet and Helen. Harriet Miller is Mrs. D.C. Smith of Delhi. Helen died two years ago.
# Note:
Mr and Mrs Miller spent most of their lives in Cannonsville, (kept the hotel many years.) She died past 70 years and he was past 90 at the time of his death. He came from New Berlin when a small child with his father and family, who settled on the farm on the east side of the
Delaware, opposite Speedwell mountain, now owned by Henry Squires. Abram was the only one of the family who remained here. He was a soldier in the was of 1812.
# Note:
Joseph Cannon (brother to Wait) was married twice, his first wife, Harty(?) died in 1810, aged 21. She left 2 Children Roxy and Elisha. Roxy married William Underwood. They moved to New Berlin and both died there. Elisha married Catharine Huyck, daughter of Andrew Huyck. Later he married Mrs. Betsy fuller. Elisha Cannon had two sons in the war of War of the Rebellion. (Civil War) Clark the oldest died in the service, and Joseph the youngest, was seriously wounded. (I believe that the Joseph Cannon in the Revolution was Joseph Cannon #1, listed by the DAR. Elisha would have been too young to have sons in the Revolution.)
# Note:
On a tombstone in the cemetery is this inscription: "Here lies Harty, wife of Joseph Cannon, died March 1810, at 21." "Ebenezer C., Joseph C., and Rachel C. by her side."
# Note:
Joseph Cannon's second wife was Rachel Huyck a Sister to Andrew Huyck. And the children of the second wife were (living) Ephriam, Betsy, and Joseph Cannon. Joseph and his family went west and was living in Wisconsin a few years ago. Wait and Joseph Cannon had a brother, Blossom and a sister Abigail.. Blossom died leaving a daughter, Abigail, whom her
grandmother brought up. She married James Gauley and she died leaving 3 sons, one of whom is now living.
# Note:
Besides the children of Joseph and Abigail (Dexter) Cannon there were two nephews, their names being Benjamin and Nathaniel. 17 Sept 1817, Benjamin Cannon married Persis, the widow of his cousin, Wait Cannon. They had three children. Benjamin, Eliza and George B. Benjamin Cannon,
Sr., was Justice of the Peace. He was the first postmaster in the first post office at Teedville, now called Trout Creek. The name Pinefield, and Mr. Teed was its first postmaster. The great Espous Turnpike passed through Trout Creek which extended from Kingston to Ithaca and was a
stage route. It is possible that that was the first highway laid out within the limits of the town.
# Note:
Benjamin Cannon built the hotel now owned by Henry Durfee, in 1813 or 1814. In 1817 he gave a deed of the land where the old schoolhouse used to stand, and where the Babtist church now stands, also a deed for the land for a cemetery with the road leading thereto; to 2 trustees,
Martin Lane and Caleb Smith. If the land where the schoolhouse was built was ever used for any other purpose than for a school the land reverted to the heirs of the said Benjamin Cannon. Also if the land where the cemetery now is, is ever used for any other purpose than a cemetery, it shall revert to the heirs of the donor. The deed is recorded in the county clerk's office in Delhi.
# Note:
According to the conditions of the deed, when the first schoolhouse was no longer used as a school building, Benjamin Cannon, son of the giver, bought the old building he owning the lands. He sold the property to the Baptist society who used the old school building for meetings
until they built the church now occupying the same site.
# Note:
Benjamin Cannon was a very generous man, kind to the poor and thoughtful for the welfare of others. His house was a refuge for many who needed comfort and aid. His wife carried the same spirit of kindness. He died in 1839, aged 63, His wife, Persis Cannon died in 1859, aged 81 years.
# Note:
Benjamin Cannon, son of Benjamin and Persis Cannon, was a lawyer, graduated from Union College in 1840. He married Ann Miller, A Daughter of Epaphras Miller of Oxford. He was County Clerk of Delaware County. He built the house and laid out the beautiful grounds of "Chester Point" now owned by E.W. Owens. He was Justice of the Peace for many years.
He was interested in the public's welfare and all the good causes. He moved to Oxford in 1873 and died there. (must have been written about 1890) He left 3 children, Robert M, who lives in Buffalo, and Elizabeth B. who is Mrs. Archibald of Scranton,(NY) and Charles B, in Norwich, who
now resides in Oneonta.
# Note:
Eliza, daughter of Benjamin and Persis Cannon, married Erastus Edgerton, of Franklin, who has been for may years a prominent banker of St. Paul, MN.
# Note:
George B, the youngest son of Benjamin and Persis Cannon married Ann Eliza, daughter of Eligah White, of Franklin. They had two sons, one of whom has been comptroller of the currency. George Cannon resided in New York City.
# Note:
Nathanial Cannon, Brother of Benjamin Cannon, Sr, was a blacksmith. He built a house where M.W. Owens house now stands. He was four times married, the first three wives each dying in the 40th year of her age. first wife's children were Asahel, Benjamin Tracy, N. Stowell, Carriel and John. Benjamin T. Married for his first wife Huldah Smith, Daughter of Caleb Smith. The second wife was Louisa Howland. M. Stowell married Geanette Rogers, a daughter of Dr. Thomas Rodgers. They are now living in Chicago. Passed the fiftyith anniversary of their marriage last November. Mariel married Belinda Owens who died many years ago. The
other sons left Cannonvillle when young. Nathaniel Cannon's second wife was Mrs. Susan Wiest, a sister of Deacon William Hawley of Deposit, and she left three Cannon children, Fanny Eliza, William and Susan. And Susan went west, married and was accidently killed many years go.
Nathaniel Cannon's third and fourth wife left no children. Mr. Cannon sold his home and business to Rev. David W. Nichols and Allen Tinker more than 40 years ago, then moved to the northern part of the county where he died soon after. In 1835 Joseph Cannon moved to Chicago, Illinois,
while others went west. (Idon't know to whom "others" refers to. This ends the History of the Cannon Family by an unknown author.)

Father: Ebenezer CANNON b: 1 MAY 1715 in Falmouth, MA
Mother: Mercy BLOSSOM b: ABT. 1718 in Barnstable, MA

Marriage 1 Abigal DEXTER b: 16 MAR 1744/45 in Rochester, MA

* Married: 24 NOV 1768 in Rochester, MA
* Event: Intentions filed 24 NOV 1468 in Plymouth County Records

Children

1. Has Children Joseph(2nd) CANNON b: 23 JUL 1782 in Rochester, Plymouth County,, MA
2. Has No Children Dexter CANNON
3. Has No Children Ancel CANNON
4. Has Children Blossom CANNON
5. Has Children Weight CANNON b: 17 OCT 1770 in New Bedford, MA
6. Has No Children Nathaniel CANNON
7. Has No Children Abigail CANNON
8. Has Children Eliza Jane CANNON b: 1780 in CT
9. Has No Children Rachel CANNON
10. Has Children Clark CANNON b: ABT. 1771 in CT

# ID: I0075
# Name: Ebenezer CANNON
# Sex: M
# Birth: 1 MAY 1715 in Falmouth, MA
# Death: ABT. 1790
# Reference Number: 75
# Note:
Verified by the Mayflower Descendants Society. He was the progenitor of the Ebenezer's and their children that were involved in building the great fleet of merchantman and whaling vessels of our county. His son's and grandson's built on Ship Street in Mattapoisett, MA. In
1837 his building site was listed as being the Town Wharf property. He established this shipbuilding dynasty in 1792 and continuing until the formation of the Mattapoisett Wharf co., in 1834. The Vessels built here were mostly small merchantmen, one of the first of which was advertised in "the Medley", New Bedford's first newspaper. Ebenezer had 10 Children and two of them were named Ebenezer after their father. Apparently both wives wanted their first born male child to be named after their father. Patience first girl was named after Ebenezer's first Wife Mercy Blossom.
Father: Timothy CANNON b: ABT. 1691
Mother: Elizabeth HOWLAND b: AFT. 1660 in Barnstable, MA

Marriage 1 Mercy BLOSSOM b: ABT. 1718 in Barnstable, MA * Married: 1735

Children

1. Has Children Ebenezer CANNON b: 19 MAR 1736/37 in Barnstable, MA
2. Has Children Ruth CANNON b: 18 JAN 1738/39
3. Has Children Nathan CANNON b: 10 APR 1741
4. Has Children Joanna CANNON b: 4 SEP 1745 in Barnstable, MA
5. Has Children Joseph Cannon #1 b: 14 DEC 1745 in Barnstable, MA
6. Has Children Timothy CANNON b: 17 JUN 1750 in Barnstable, MA

Marriage 2 Patience GOODSPEED * Married: 14 JUL 1753

Children

1. Has No Children Mercy CANNON b: 1754
2. Has Children Ebenezer CANNON b: 30 JAN 1756 in Rochester, NY
3. Has Children Ira CANNON b: 12 OCT 1760 in Barnstable, MA
4. Has Children Ziba CANNON b: AUG 1762 in Barnstable, MA

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Patience GOODSPEED  

# ID: I0626
# Name: Patience GOODSPEED
# Sex: F
# Reference Number: 626
# Note: Patience was listed as a widow in the 1790 census of Colrain, MA.

Father: Benjamin GOODSPEED
Mother: Hope LAMBERT 
CANNON, Ebenezer (I1236)
 
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Entries: 1709 Updated: Fri Aug 30 00:16:47 2002
Contact: Frances Hays

Abigail signed her name as Abigal Winters on her father's probate papers in 1807. In a family history written by Alice Cannon Brown and her husband Mckay it is stated that she married Mr Owens and that two of her grandchildren are buried in the Stoughtan Cemetery in Dane County, WI.
Shirley Becker has her great great Grandmother's death certificate that states her mother was Abigail Cannon, born in Delaware County, NY . The following is E-mails received from Shirley.

# ID: I0097
# Name: Joseph Cannon #1
# Sex: M
# Birth: 14 DEC 1745 in Barnstable, MA
# Death: 4 JUN 1807 in Pinefield, Delaware County, NY
# Burial: Cannonsville Cemetery, Moved to Pepaction, Lot Number 196
# _FA6: verified by Society of Mayflower Decendants MD 31:151
# _FA7: 4 AUG 2001 Verified by the Daughter's of the American Revolution.
# _FA8: 19 APR 1775 Served in the American Revolution
# Reference Number: 97
# Note:
# Note:
July 2001 I received the application form the Mayflower Descendants
Society, August 5, 2001 this branch of the Cannon family is eligible for
the Daughters of the American Revolution. Joseph Cannon 1 fought in the
revolution. The following is quoted from the "Massachusetts Soldiers and
Sailors"
# Note:
Cannon, Joseph, Rochester, Private, Capt. Earl Clap's co. of Minute-men,
Col. Theophilus Cotton's Reg., which marched in consequence of the alarm
of April 19, 1775; service, 7 days; also, Capt Nataniel Hammond's Col,
Col Ebenezer Sprout's Reg; service 15 days (Probably in Dec., 1776:);
Company reported to have marched from Rochester to Rhode Island on an
alarm; Also, Capt. Samuel Brigg's Col, Col. Theophilis Cotten's Reg.,
Gen Palmor's brigade; service, 32 days, on a secret expedition to
Tiverton, R.I., Sept. 29,1777.
# Note:
Cannon Family History on file with the Delaware County
Historical Society
# Note:
Joseph Cannon and his wife Abigail Dexter moved to Cannonsville sometime
after 1796. I located Joseph Cannon, Clark Cannon, Blossom Cannon and
Wait Cannon on the 1800 Census for Delaware County NY. They had a son
Wait that came to Cannonsville in 1796. This was ten years after Jesse
Dickinson first ascended the Delaware,(River). The following is the
Cannon Family History written about 1892, and on file with the Delaware
Historical Society, Delaware County, NY.
Wait Cannon brought his wife from Sharon, CT. all the way on horseback
to this then wild and dreary wilderness of pines, much the way with no
road but the Indian trail. Wait Cannon put up the house where Samuel
Hathaway now lives, and lived there until his death in 1804. His age was
about 24 years. Wait Cannon left three children, Wait, Eliza and
Persis. Wait Cannon had a brother Joseph to came to Pinefield. His
homestead was on the farm now owned by G.L. Hoag (for many years owned by
John Fletcher.) Wait Cannon, son of Wait and Persis Cannon married Sarah
Jones. He was at one time in the mercantile business in Masonville. He
went from there to Wilkes-Barre, PA and died there leaving a large family
of children. Eliza, Daughter of Persis, daughter of Wait and Persis
Cannon, married Abram G. Miller. She left two children,Hariet and
Helen. Harriet Miller is Mrs. D.C. Smith of Delhi. Helen died two years
ago.
# Note:
Mr and Mrs Miller spent most of their lives in Cannonsville, (kept
the hotel many years.) She died past 70 years and he was past 90 at the
time of his death. He came from New Berlin when a small child with his
father and family, who settled on the farm on the east side of the
Delaware, opposite Speedwell mountain, now owned by Henry Squires. Abram
was the only one of the family who remained here. He was a soldier in the
was of 1812.
# Note:
Joseph Cannon (brother to Wait) was married twice, his first wife,
Harty(?) died in 1810, aged 21. She left 2 Children Roxy and Elisha.
Roxy married William Underwood. They moved to New Berlin and both died
there. Elisha married Catharine Huyck, daughter of Andrew Huyck. Later
he married Mrs. Betsy Fuller. Elisha Cannon had two sons in the War of the Rebellion. (Civil War) Clark the oldest died in the service,
and Joseph the youngest, was seriously wounded. (I believe that the
Joseph Cannon in the Revolution was Joseph Cannon #1, listed by the DAR.
Elisha would have been too young to have sons in the Revolution.)
# Note:
On a tombstone in the cemetery is this inscription: "Here lies
Harty, wife of Joseph Cannon, died March 1810, at 21." "Ebenezer C.,
Joseph C., and Rachel C. by her side."
# Note:
Joseph Cannon's second wife was Rachel Huyck a Sister to Andrew
Huyck. And the children of the second wife were (living) Ephriam, Betsy,
and Joseph Cannon. Joseph and his family went west and was living in
Wisconsin a few years ago. Wait and Joseph Cannon had a brother, Blossom
and a sister Abigail. Blossom died leaving a daughter, Abigail, whom her
grandmother brought up. She married James Gauley and she died leaving 3
sons, one of whom is now living.
# Note:
Besides the children of Joseph and Abigail Cannon there were two
nephews, their names being Benjamin and Nathaniel. 17 Sept 1817,
Benjamin Cannon married Persis, the widow of his cousin, Wait Cannon.
They had three children. Benjamin, Eliza and George B. Benjamin Cannon,
Sr., was Justice of the Peace. He was the first postmaster in the first
post office at Teedville, now called Trout Creek. The name Pinefield,
and Mr. Teed was its first postmaster. The great Espous Turnpike passed
through Trout Creek which extended from Kingston to Ithaca and was a
stage route. It is possible that that was the first highway laid out
within the limits of the town.
# Note:
Benjamin Cannon built the hotel now owned by Henry Durfee, in 1813
or 1814. In 1817 he gave a deed of the land where the old schoolhouse
used to stand, and where the Babtist church now stands, also a deed for
the land for a cemetery with the road leading thereto; to 2 trustees,
Martin Lane and Caleb Smith. If the land where the schoolhouse was built
was ever used for any other purpose than for a school the land reverted
to the heirs of the said Benjamin Cannon. Also if the land where the
cemetery now is, is ever used for any other purpose than a cemetery, it
shall revert to the heirs of the donor. The deed is recorded in the
county clerk's office in Delhi.
# Note:
According to the conditions of the deed, when the first schoolhouse
was no longer used as a school building, Benjamin Cannon, son of the
giver, bought the old building he owning the lands. He sold the property
to the Baptist society who used the old school building for meetings
until they built the church now occupying the same site.
# Note:
Benjamin Cannon was a very generous man, kind to the poor and
thoughtful for the welfare of others. His house was a refuge for many
who needed comfort and aid. His wife carried the same spirit of
kindness. He died in 1839, aged 63, His wife, Persis Cannon died in
1859, aged 81 years.
# Note:
Benjamin Cannon, son of Benjamin and Persis Cannon, was a lawyer,
graduated from Union College in 1840. He married Ann Miller, A Daughter
of Epaphras Miller of Oxford. He was County Clerk of Delaware County.
He built the house and laid out the beautiful grounds of "Chester Point"
now owned by E.W. Owens. He was Justice of the Peace for many years.
He was interested in the public's welfare and all the good causes. He
moved to Oxford in 1873 and died there. (must have been written about
1890) He left 3 children, Robert M, who lives in Buffalo, and Elizabeth
B. who is Mrs. Archibald of Scranton,(NY) and Charles B, in Norwich, who
now resides in Oneonta.
# Note:
Eliza, daughter of Benjamin and Persis Cannon, married Erastus
Edgerton, of Franklin, who has been for may years a prominent banker of
St. Paul, MN.
# Note:
George B, the youngest son of Benjamin and Persis Cannon married Ann
Eliza, daughter of Eligah White, of Franklin. They had two sons, one of
whom has been comptroller of the currency. George Cannon resided in New
York City.
# Note:
Nathanial Cannon, Brother of Benjamin Cannon, Sr, was a blacksmith.
He built a house where M.W. Owens house now stands. He was four times
married, the first three wives each dying in the 40th year of her age.
first wife's children were Asahel, Benjamin Tracy, N. Stowell, Carriel
and John. Benjamin T. Married for his first wife Huldah Smith, Daughter
of Caleb Smith. The second wife was Louisa Howland. M. Stowell married
Geanette Rogers, a daughter of Dr. Thomas Rodgers. They are now living
in Chicago. Passed the fifieth anniversary of their marriage last
November. Mariel married Belinda Owens who died many years ago. The
other sons left Cannonvillle when young. Nathaniel Cannon's second wife
was Mrs. Susan Wiest, a sister of Deacon William Hawley of Deposit, and
she left three Cannon children, Fanny Eliza, William and Susan. And
Susan went west, married and was accidently killed many years go.
Nathaniel Cannon's third and fourth wife left no children. Mr. Cannon
sold his home and business to Rev. David W. Nichols and Allen Tinker more
than 40 years ago, then moved to the northern part of the county where
he died soon after. In 1835 Joseph Cannon moved to Chicago, Illinois,
while others went west. (I don't know to whom "others" refers to. This
ends the History of the Cannon Family by an unknown author.)

Father: Ebenezer CANNON b: 1 MAY 1715 in Falmouth, MA
Mother: Mercy BLOSSOM b: ABT. 1718 in Barnstable, MA

Marriage 1 Abigal DEXTER b: 16 MAR 1744/45 in Rochester, MA

* Married: 24 NOV 1768 in Rochester, MA
* Event: Intentions filed 24 NOV 1768 in Plymouth County Records

Children

1. Has Children Joseph(2nd) CANNON b: 23 JUL 1782 in Rochester, Plymouth County,, MA
2. Has No Children Dexter CANNON
3. Has No Children Ancel CANNON
4. Has Children Blossom CANNON
5. Has Children Weight CANNON b: 17 OCT 1770 in New Bedford, MA
6. Has No Children Nathaniel CANNON
7. Has No Children Abigail CANNON [abt 1783]
8. Has Children Eliza Jane CANNON b: 1780 in CT
9. Has No Children Rachel CANNON
10. Has Children Clark CANNON b: ABT. 1771 in CT 
CANNON, Abigail (I1289)
 
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# ID: I25820144
# Name: Maude Diadama SIVER
# Sex: F
# Birth: 17 JUN 1889 in Arnold, NE 1 2 3
# Death: 19 DEC 1978 in Tampa, Hillsboro Co., FL 1 2 3
# Burial: Myrtle Hill Cem., Tampa, Hillsboro, Florida 1 2 3
# Note:
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Father: Clinton Clark SIVER b: 22 SEP 1865 in Great Bend, Jefferson Co., NY
Mother: Minnie Gertrude CAMPBELL b: 14 SEP 1867 in Bowling Green, Clay Co., IN
Marriage 1 John W. DERST b: 1884
* Note: REFN18854
Marriage 2 Virgil B. SMITH
* Married: 17 JUN 1915 in Tampa, Hillsboro Co., FL 1 2 3
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Children

1. Glenn Palmer SMITH b: 1917 in Garfeild, Lincoln Co., NE


Sources: 
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# ID: I25820155
# Name: James Leon SIVER
# Sex: M
# Birth: 20 OCT 1890 in Arnold, NE 1 2 3
# Death: 24 DEC 1961 in Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., CA 1 2 3
# Burial: Forest Lawn Cem., Los Angeles, California 1 2 3
# Note:
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Father: Clinton Clark SIVER b: 22 SEP 1865 in Great Bend, Jefferson Co., NY
Mother: Minnie Gertrude CAMPBELL b: 14 SEP 1867 in Bowling Green, Clay Co., IN

Marriage 1 Sarah B.

* Note: REFN19044


Marriage 2 Belle SINCLAIR

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# ID: I25820249
# Name: Glenn Palmer SMITH
# Sex: M
# Birth: 1917 in Garfeild, Lincoln Co., NE 1 2 3
# Change Date: 16 DEC 1998 1 2 3
# Note:
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Father: Virgil B. SMITH
Mother: Maude Diadama SIVER b: 17 JUN 1889 in Arnold, NE

Marriage 1 Loraine D. FLUERY

* Married: 3 JUL 1938 in Tampa, Hillsboro Co., FL 1 2 3
* Note:
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Marriage 2 Bonnie Jene SHAFFER 
FLUERY, Loraine D (I512)
 
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# ID: I25820249
# Name: Glenn Palmer SMITH
# Sex: M
# Birth: 1917 in Garfeild, Lincoln Co., NE 1 2 3
# Change Date: 16 DEC 1998 1 2 3
# Note:
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Father: Virgil B. SMITH
Mother: Maude Diadama SIVER b: 17 JUN 1889 in Arnold, NE

Marriage 1 Loraine D. FLUERY

* Married: 3 JUL 1938 in Tampa, Hillsboro Co., FL 1 2 3
* Note:
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Marriage 2 Bonnie Jene SHAFFER 
SHAFFER, Bonnie Jene (I511)
 

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