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EZRA WATERBURY, son of Daniel and Mary (Stevens) Waterbury, of Pound Ridge, Westchester Co., N. Y.; he was born at Ballston, Saratoga Co., N. Y., March 14, 1798; when four years of age moved with parents to Charlton, Saratoga Co.; at the age of ten years they moved to Delaware Co., N. Y., where he resided until 24 years of age; Jan. 24, 1822, he married Elizabeth Reynolds, at Andes, Delaware Co., N. Y.; she was born in Amenia, Dutchess Co., N. Y., in April, 1797; after marriage he located at Middletown, Delaware Co., N. Y., and for seven years carried on the business of clothier; then removed to Andes, and there remained until 1848, when be came to Brookville (afterward Lincoln Township) ; engaged in farming until 1864, when he removed to Polo; they have three children living-Elias B., Calvin and Edwin S.; the two first named are residents of Polo, the latter is a lawyer at Emporia, Kan.; two children, dec'd -Caroline, born March 25, 1829, died Nov. 5, 1854, and William Reynolds, bom Oct. 31, 1834. died in Belle Isle, Va., prison hospital, Jan. 18,1864 ; he enlisted in the 7th I. V. Cavalry in 1862, and was taken prisoner; Mr. Waterbury's father was born July 25, 1764; he served in the Revolutionary war, entering the service when quite young; Daniel Waterbury's wife, Mary Stevens, was born in Stamford, Conn., May 20, 1765 ; they had ten sons and one daughter; three now living-Ezra, Samuel and Mary Ann, now Mrs. James B. Gardner, all residents of this Township; Mr. Waterbury's grandfather was Daniel ; he was Captain in the Revolutionary war; his wife was Ann Bouton; David Stevens, father of Mrs. W.'s mother, was killed at the age of fifty years during the Revolutionary war, at the battle of Fairfield, Conn.; his wife's name was Mary Talmage.

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