Source: Family Records or genealogies of the first settlers of Passaic Valley and Vicinity above Chatham, with their ancestors and descendants, as far as could be ascertained in 1851. By John Littell, 1851.
NAPHTALI BYRAM lived at Morristown. He married Amy Hedges, and had children: (2d Generation.)
[Byram, Naphtali, [s. Japhet]; C.(became Communicant) 1 Nov 1764; D. 24 June 1812, aet. 63
1. Abigail, who married her cousin, Byram Ayers, son of Elias Ayers. They removed to Lexington, Prebble county, Ohio.
2. Amy married Samuel Halliday, of Newburg, New York. He lived at Morristown, and was Sheriff of Morris county several years.
3. Ebenezer married Mary Littell, daughter of Nathaniel, and went to Darke county, Ohio. [See Littell.]
4. Huldah married Loammi Moore, of Morristown; he was a merchant.
5. Susan, who died, aged about 50 years, unmarried.
6. Silas Condit married Nancy Brown, daughter of Daniel, of Madison; (she was sister of Caleb Dickerson's wife;) he went to Dayton, Ohio.
7. Sally married Silas Broadwell, son of Simeon. [See Broadwell.]
8. Anne married the same Silas Broadwell, and had no children; she was confined to her bed about seven years, at Morristown. by disease, and subsequently went to Dayton, Ohio, and married.
ABIGAIL BYRAM, (1st child of Naphtali Byram,) and Byram Ayers, have children:
1. Mary Ayers, who married John Cummings, of Lexington, Prebble county.
2. Phebe Ayers, not married in 1850.
3. Amy Ayers married Jacob Westerfield, of Lexington, son of Samuel.
4. Huldah Anne Ayers married John Miller, of Lexington.
5. James Ayers married _____ _____ .
AMY BYRAM, (2d child of Naphtali,) and Samuel Halliday, had children:
1. Betsey Halliday.
2. David Halliday is a Presbyterian minister at Peekskill, N. Y
3. James Richards Halliday.
HULDAH BYRAM, (4th child of Naphtali,) and Loammi Moore, had children:
1. Byram Moore married in Virginia, and lives there.
2. Sally Anne Moore married Silas Pierson, son of Benjamin. above Madison; lives at Mercersburgh, Penn., and keeps a high school.
3. Susan Moore married _____ Baldwin, of Orange, and lives there.
4. Abigail Moore went to her sister's, at Mercersburgh.
5. Phebe Moore also went to Mercersburgh.
6. William Moore went to Cincinnati, and married there, and keeps a book-store.
7. Eliza Moore also went to Mercersburgh.
SILAS CONDIT BYRAM, (6th child of Naphtali,) and Nancy Brown, had children:
1. Ebenezer, who married Sarah Hand, daughter of Aaron Hand, of Basking Ridge, and had children: 1. Aaron Milton; 2. Eliza; 3. Delia; 4. Silas; 5. Albert Barnes; 6. Hannah; 7. William Byram.
2. Amy married Eli Tomkins _____ ; lives at Orange, N. J.
3. Henry married Anna Searing, of Spring Valley, Morris county, New Jersey, and has children: 1. Sarah Anne; 2. Susan; 3. Henry.
4. Mary married her cousin, Nathaniel L. Byram, son of Ebenezer. They both died, and left one child, Harriet Byram, who lives with her relative, the Rev. David Halliday, of Peekskill, New York.
5. David married Delia Bishop;--lives in Monmouth Co., N. J.
Byram, David Naptali, [s. Silas C.]; Bap. 16 Sep 1815; L.(received by letter), 24 June 1842. Roll 4; dis. 19 Jan. 1848 to Shrewsbury, N.Y. Roll 4. [History of the First Presbyterian Church, Morristown, NJ, Part II, The Combined Registers From 1742 to 1885]
Delia Maria Bishop, [dg. William?]; m. 17 Feb 1836; L. (received by letter) & dis. with husband, [only on Roll 4] [History of the First Presbyterian Church, Morristown, NJ, Part II, The Combined Registers From 1742 to 1885]
Children: [History of the First Presbyterian Church, Morristown, NJ, Part II, The Combined Registers From 1742 to 1885]
Mary Louisa; Bap. 29 Sept 1843
Julia Anna; b. 9 Dec. 1846; Bap. 4 June 1847
6. Jonas, who went on a whaling voyage, and never returned.
7. Frances married _____ , at Succasunna Plains, and went to Illinois.
8. Silas Pierson.
Silas C. Byram and his wife both died, and are buried at Dayton.
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