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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.

STEPHEN LUM.

STEPHEN LUM married in Connecticut Farms, and removed from thence to the farm he bought of Moses Miller, south of John M. Stites's bark-mill, and had children:

1. Moses, born February, 1780, and married, 13th May, 1810, Nancy Morehouse. daughter of Simeon, and removed to Newark, and died 18th October, 1849.

2. Amos married Fanny Morehouse, sister of Moses's wife.

3. John married a widow Osborn, lived in Newark.

4. Betsey did not marry.

5. Stephen M. married Betsey Frazee, and had children: 1. Jane; 2. Hannah.

6. Oba married _____ _____ , and died about 1830, leaving 4 children.

MOSES LUM, and Nancy Morehouse, had children:

1. Isaac, who died an infant.

2. Amos, who married Amanda Walker, daughter of Abraham, and had children:

1. Louisa Eveline; 2. Lavina Parsons; 3. Martin Luther; 4. Adaline Woodhull; 5. Amanda Walker.

3. Stephen married Catherine Conklin, daughter of Nicholas, of Newark, and had children: 1. Sarah Secly; 2. Elizabeth.

4. Rebecca M. married Sidney B. Day, of Orange.

5. Elias Riggs, who died at 4 years.

6. David, who died at 2 years.

AMOS LUM, (son of Stephen,) and Fanny Morehouse, had children:

1. Samuel Y. Lum graduated at college, studied theology, and was licensed to preach the gospel by the presbytery of Newark.

2. Jane, who married Elias D. Hughson, son of Peter, of Newark.

3. Hannah, who married, 20th September, 1848, Charles H: Freeman, of Macon, Georgia.

 

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