Names of Citizens

Who assisted and contributed toward the publication of the History of Chenango and Madison counties, with personal statistics.

Afton.


Bissell, G. B., res Afton, physician (homeopathist), b. Clinton Co., s 1878, p o Afton.
Cook, James B., res Afton, physician, b. Connecticut, s 1842, p o Afton.
Carr, J. H., res lot 46, farmer, b Afton, 1848, p o Afton.
Cross Ad., res lot 100, farmer, b. Afton, 1846, p o Afton.
Corbin, C. W., res lot 86, farmer, b. Afton, 1842, p o Bennettsville.
Carter, Mrs. Jane A., res Afton, b. Otsego Co., s 1877, p o Afton.
Chamberlin, John C., p o Afton, ex-supervisor and proprietor livery.
Cook, N. M., p o Afton, proprietor Cook's Hotel.
Covert, Thomas, p o Afton, postmaster.
Donaghe, S. T., res lot 61, farmer, b. Otsego Co., s 1831, p o Afton.
Ellis, Isaac, res lot 94, farmer, b Afton, 1849, p o Afton.
Ellis, William M., res. lot 94, farmer, b. Afton, 1845, p o Afton.
Estabrook, A. O., res Afton, blacksmith, b. Afton, 1840, p o Afton.
Hunt, William E. p o Afton, restaurant and billiard room.
Haven, George A., p o Afton, attorney-at-law.
Johnston, A. J., res lot 61, farmer, b Afton, 1835, p o Afton.
Johnston, Enos M., res lot 37, farmer, mechant and banker, b Afton, 1829, p o Afton.
Landers, C. D., res lot 46, farmer, born Afton, 1831, p o Afton.
Leseur, Asa, res lot 64, retired farmer, b Otsego Co. s 1828, p o Afton.
Medbery, H., res Afton, farmer, b Delaware Co., s 1832, p o Afton.
Nickerson, James H., res Afton, farmer and speculator, b Afton, 1836, p o Afton.
Peck, Reed, res lot 85, retired farmer and justice of the peace, b Afton, 1814, p o Afton.
Parsons, Miles L., p o Afton, proprietor hotel and livery.
Sullivan, E. W., res Afton, proprietor hotel, b Afton, 1849, p o Afton.
Shelley, D. B., res lot 94, farmer, b Cortland Co., s 1874, p o Afton.
Sager, John, res Nineveh Junction, proprietor hotel, b Waverly, N. Y., s 1878, p o Afton.
Wildey, L. F., res lot 95, farmer, b Afton, 1845, p o Afton.
Willey, T. L., res Afton, postmaster, b Guilford, 1845, p o Afton.


Bainbridge.


Anderson, Oscar, p o Bainbridge, farmer, b. Chenango Co., s 1838.
Aylesworth, George, p o Bainbridge, liveryman, b. N. Y., 1841, s 1844; wife, Rubiette Aylsworth, b 1840, married 1860, children, 3.
Bush, Joseph, p o Bainbridge, farmer, b Bainbridge, Feb. 23, 1823, owns 340 acres, has been member of legislature.
Boalt, Charles, p o Bainbridge, liveryman.
Brown, R. W., dealer in fresh and cured meats, etc., b Orleans Co., s 1879, p o Bainbridge.
Clark, Henry A. p o Bainbridge, att'y at law, b Sidney Plains, August 3, 1818, s 1841, owns 8 acres, State Senator 1862-'63; wife Ellen A. Curtis, born Bainbridge, married Feb. 15, 1865, 3 children.
Copley, H. D. physician and surgeon graduated March 3, 1875, p o Bainbridge.
Curtis, I. M. p o Bainbridge, banker.
Cannon, William H. p o Bainbridge, general insurance agent, born Cannonsville, Delaware Co. July 6, 1835, settled April 1852; wife S. Amelia Waite, b Guilford, married Dec. 1862; four children.
Day, O. W. p o Bainbridge, owner and prop'r Park Hotel, born Delaware Co. settled 1867.
Elrich, Joseph B. p o Bainbridge, jeweler, b Brooklyn, 1854, successor to Samuel S. Elrich, who went to Georgetown, S. C. to engage in the cotton business.
Evans, D. M. p o Bainbridge, miller.
Evans, Susan A. p o Bainbridge, b Bainbridge Jan. 21, 1857.
Grummon, D. N. p o Bainbridge, minister.
Gilbert, Don A. p o Bainbridge, lumber manuf'r and dealer, Supervisor, born Stamford, Delaware Co. Oct 31, 1838, settled 1863; has been Sec. Board of Education, 1868-1875, Pres't of Board 1876, member of Board 1866-1878 except 1 year, elected Supervisor February, 1879; wife Amelia H. Bixby, b. Bradford Co. Pa. married April 8, 1863, six children.
Hill, O. S. p o Bainbridge, dentist.
Horton, George D. p o Bainbridge, farmer.
Hastings, W. M. p o Bainbridge, prop'r Livery and Exchange Stables, born Otsego Co. settled 1851.
Hancock, I. G. p o Bainbridge, boot and shoe dealer, b England, s 1877.
Hill, S. P.
Ireland, Harvey, p o Bainbridge, manuf'r and dealer in harness etc. and printer, b Bainbridge, Nov 10, 1843, has been village trustee.
Jones, Albert W. p o Bainbridge, barber , born July 18, 1860.
Juliand, Joseph, p o Bainbridge, breeder of blooded horses, cattle , sheep and swine, b Bainbridge, 1828.
Leith, J. D. p o Bainbridge, merchant.
Loomis, Sr., Philander, p o Bainbridge, retired farmer.
Lawrence, A. J. p o Bainbridge, clerk and book-keeper, b Sullivan Co. settled 1866.
Myers, Will C. p o Bainbridge, Propr. marble works, b. East Springfield, Otsego Co., Oct. 21, 1853, s 1872; wife Hattie Evans Myers b Bainbridge, married March 28,1879.
Nicols, F. T. p o Bainbridge, postmaster.
Palmer, A. L. p o Bainbridge, merchant.
Priest, A. A. p o Bainbridge, wagon and carriage manufr.
Sumner, Charles B. p o Bainbridge, attorney at law, b. New Berlin, August 18, 1847, has been Special Co. Judge, Chenango Co, wife Alice Johnston, b Mt. Upton, married Dec. 21, 1872, three children.
Sayre, William S. p o Bainbridge, attorney at law.
Salisbury, G. R. p o Bainbridge, retired.
Sherwood & Son, W. K. p o Bainbridge, artists.
Sherwood, William K. p o Bainbridge, photographer and portrait painter, b Westchester Co. Sept 17,1826, s April 1, 1877, has been local preacher; wife Mary A. Barrett, b Westchester Co. June 6, 1848, five children.
Stever, Henry p o Bainbridge, farmer.
Spencer, Caroline.
Thomas, E. W. p o Bainbridge.
Underwood, P. C.
Van Horne & Sherwood, p o Bainbridge, paper.
Winsor & Danforth, p o Bainbridge, attorneys-at-law.
Willsey, I. H. p o Bainbridge, proprietor hotel.


Coventry.


Bulkeley, George, farmer, b Coventry, 1814 , p o Coventryville.
Benedict, Chester, farmer, b Coventry 1832, p o Coventryville.
Beale, John, res lots 135-145, farmer, b England , s 1831, p o Coventry.
Carington, Isaac E. carpenter and joiner, b Coventry, 1826, p o Afton
Fairchild, Joseph, res lot 126, farmer and blacksmith, b Connecticut, s 1806, p o Coventry.
Granniss, W. S. blackmith, b Unadilla, Otsego Co. s 1822 , p o Nineveh.
Guy, James D.
Josslyn, Louisa Mrs.
Kales, J. H. res lot 89 farmer, b Coventry, 1850, p o Coventry.
Manwaring, L. farmer, b. Coventry , 1817, p o Coventry.
Parker, H. S. res lot 2, farmer, b Connecticut, s 1810, p o Coventryville.
Parker, James S. p o Coventry, farmer, 155 acres, b. Coventry, Dec 19, 1820; has been superintendent of common schools and supervisor of town; wife Jane A. Manderville, b. Coventry, married Dec 14, 1843; children, 2
Rogers, Charles C. farmer and supervisor, b Coventry, 1833, p o Coventryville.
Reed, Esther, res Coventryville, b Coventry, 1816, p o Conventryville.
Smith, R. M. farmer, b.Coventry, 1813, p o Coventryville.
Sweet, Cyrus, res lot 3 farmer, b. Coventry, 1813, p o West Bainbridge.
Smith, Mathew F. res lot 72, farmer , b. Coventry 1844, p o Coventry
Stoddard, J. J.
Tuckey, Amos, res lot 77, farmer, b. England, s 1809, p o Coventry.
Wylie, Henry H. farmer, b. Coventry, 1828, p o Coventryville.
White, W. C. farmer, b. Sherburne, s 1804 , p o Coventry.
Willoughby, J. H. res lots 46-49, farmer, b. Oxford, s 1842, p o Coventry.


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Greene.


Arnold E. J., p o Greene, attorney and counselor-at law.
Baker, Nelson R., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 9, 146 acres, son of Wm. and Jane Baker, b in Preston 1838; wife Amanda A. Williams, daughter of Sam Williams, one child, Dewitt A.
Burroughs, W. B., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 57, 110 acres, b in Green, 1820; the first deed was to his grandfather and given 1805, he first settled on lot 58; wife, Maria Jane Terwilliger, children 3, Catharine Matilda, Edna J., Orvilla T.
Bradley, D. D., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 7, 230 acres, b Greene, 1828; parents, David Jr. and Sally Bradley.
Banks, H. O., p o Greene, farmer and produce dealer, res lot 78, 56 acres, b German, 1815, has been supervisor and justice of German, class leader and superintendent of Sunday school; parents, Walter O. and Polly Dunbar Banks; Otis G. Banks, son of H. O. died March 6, 1863, while in the service of his country.
Betts, Warren, p o Greene, res lot 4, 130 acres, b Oxford, 1820; parents, Silas and Jeanette Betts; wife, Lovilla Burrows, b Coventry, 1822; parents, Jesse and Nancy Burroughs; children 5, George, Jeanette Bingham, Adelaide Dodge, Francis, Lillie Merrills.
Banks J. O., p o McDonough, stock dealer.
Cohoon, Luman, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 79, 120 acres, b. Connecticut, 1801, s. 1842; parents, Andrew and Hannah Cohoon; wife Mary Elizabeth Scott, b. Connecticut, 1804, s. 1842; parents, Jesse and Mary Scott.
Chalker, Selden, p o Page Brook, farmer, res lot 29, 130 acres, b. Greene 1848; parents George and Emeline Chalker; wife Mary Jane Winston; one child, Willie.
Chalker, George, p o Page Brook, farmer, res lot 29, b. Greene, 1845; parents, George and Emily Chalker; wife, Harriet Lounsbury, children 3, Henrietta, Charlotte, Lena.
Cowles, Myron, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 14, 40 acres, b. Connecticut, 1790, s. 1808; parents, Bela and Aurelia Cowles; wife, Marietta Towsley, married April 13, 1826, children 6.
Chamberlain, G. A., p o Greene, res lot 68, 250 acres, b. Broome Co., 1834, s. 1860; parents, Edwin and Hannah Chamberlain; wife, Josephine A. Tillotson, b. Greene 1840; parents, Silas and Eunice Tillotson.
Church, Frederick, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 38, 65 acres, b. Broome Co. 1856; wife Ida Reynolds, b. Tompkins Co. 1858, s. 1866; parents, Hiram and Olive Reynolds.
Crandall, Ralph P., p o Greene, physician and surgeon.
Chase, Lester, p o Greene, Att'y, b. Broome Co. 1815, s. 1837; parents Ruben and Laura Chase.
Chase, L. Elwyn, p o Greene. Att'y, b. Greene 1852; parents, Lester and Catharine Chase.
Chappel Charles, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 11, 126 acres, b. Greene 1852; father, J. M. Chappel; mother, Mary L. Chappel.
Chappell, John M., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 10, 125 acres, b. New Berlin, 1811; parents, Wm. and Anna Chappell; Eber Holden and grandfather Wm. Chappell were in the Revolutionary war, John Starkey one of the first settlers in Otsego Co.; son, John Starkey, one of the first settlers in Smithville died 1878, Simeon Gross and Edward Loomis were among the first settlers of Smithville, Timothy Cowle, an early settler and Revolutionary soldier.
Chalker, Orlando, p o Page Brook, farmer, res lot 28, 60 acres, b. Broome Co. 1824, s. 1834; parents, Selden and Polly Chalker who settled 1809, he was a volunteer in war of 1812; wife Adelia Elliot, children 4, Charles, Frederick, Herbert, Artie.
Carter, Richard, p o Greene, farmer and egg dealer, 56 acres, b. Greene, 1850; parents, Jeremiah and Julia A. Carter; wife, Cornelia Walker, daughter of Thomas D. Walker.
Cooper, Darius, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 100, 240 acres, b. Greene, April 10, 1832; father, Darius Cooper, mother, Lucinda Harrington; wife, Emily Osborn, children 6.
Davidson, J. W., p o Greene, grocery man and president of Village, b. Connecticut 1830, settled 1837.
Davidson, Edwin, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 57, 80 acres, b. Connecticut, 1823, s. 1837; father, Wm. Davidson, mother, Mary Davidson; wife, Jane Driscall, children 2, Hattie, Ida.
Denison & Roberts, p o Greene, publishers of Chenango American.
Davis, Stephen W., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 64, 306 acres, b. Greene,1816, children 3; parents, Dow and Elenor Davis.
Daily, Wm. H., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 74, 70 acres, b. Greene, 1852; parents, Wm. and Laura Daily.
Daily, Wm., b. Massachusetts 1813, died 1861; parents, Hosea and Johanna Daily.
Daily, Laura, p o Greene, b. L. I. 1816; parents, Luman and Clarissa Benedict.
Davidson, Jacob T., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 11, 50 acres, b. Smithville 1823; parents, George and Jane Davidson; wife, Eunice McIntosh, b. Smithville 1839; parents, Asel and Mary McIntosh.
Day, Ira W., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 29, 10 acres, b. Greene 1843, father, Alexander Day. Is owner of stallion Col. Day, by Juliand's Hambletonian, he by Maj. Edsal and he by Rysdyke's Hambletonian, Col. Day's dam, a thoroughbred Patchin mare.
Day, Charles M., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 30, 165 acres; father, Alexander Day, an early settler.
Elliott, Henry, p o North Fenton, farmer, res lot 94, 100 acres, b. Greene, 1820; parents, Charles R. and Susannah Elliott; wife, Elizabeth Birdsall; children, 3---Melissa, Franklin, Spencer R. Charles R. was a son of Adin and Fanny Elliott, who settled on lot 68 at an early day. There were only two families on the Brook at the time. Joseph was captain in war of 1812.
Elliott, James H., p o Page Brook, farmer, res lot 91, 50 acres, b. Dec. 29, 1804; parents, Adin and Fanny Elliott.
Elliott, Seymour C., p o Page Brook, farmer, b. Greene, 1839; parents, James and Matilda Elliott; wife Laura Ketchum; one child---Myron.
English, M. E., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 24, 120 acres, b. Broome Co., 1844, s. 1848; parents, Frederick and Maria English.
English, William, p o Chenango Forks, farmer and stock dealer, res lot 59, 65 acres, b. Greene, 1834; parents, Clark and Ann English; wife, Catherine Strickland; children, 1---Lottie L.; father, Jonathan Strickland.
Evans, George, p o 253 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Fical, Dewitt C., p o Chenango Forks, farmer, res lot 59, 191 acres, b. Fulton Co., 1847, s. 1865; parents, Aaron and Rosanna Fical; wife, Susan Ockerman; parents, John and Mary Ockerman, who were early settlers.
Foster, Oscar C., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 34, 232 acres, b. Greene, 1827; parents, Isaac and Betsey Foster; first wife, Euphema VanOstrand, children, 2; second wife, Charlotte Decker, children, 3.
Gilmore, Harvey, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 61, 187 acres, b. Massachusetts, 1819, was school commissioner in 1879; wife, Marcissa Wilson, b. Oxford; children, 5.
Gross, John, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 30, 450 acres, b. Preston, 1806; parents, Micar and Ann Gross; wife, Elizabeth Aldrich, daughter of Nathan Aldrich; children 12.
Gould, E., p o Greene, merchant and custom miller.
Harrison, James A., p o Greene, druggist.
Harrington, George N., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 45, 120 acres, b. Greene, 1828; father, Benjamin Harrington, b. 1802; mother, Mary Harrington; wife, A. M. Aldrich, daughter of William Aldrich; children, 2---Mary E., Ralph.
Hotchkiss, William J., p o Greene, 58 acres, b. Greene, 1819; parents, William and Jeanette Hotchkiss; wife, Emily Bixby; children, 3.
Harrington, Nay, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 40, 50 acres, b. Greene, 1854; parents, Joshua and Betsey Harrington.
Hurlburt, Mrs. M. D., p o Page Brook, farmer, res lot 61, 285 acres, b. Broome Co., s. 1871; parents, Ashbel and Lucy Holcomb; husband, M. D. Hurlburt, b. Broome Co. 1829, s. 1871, died Nov. 4, 1875. He was a member of the Rockwell & Hurlburt Troupe, and started from Victoria, Vancouver's Island, on board the steamer Pacific, for San Francisco. They came in collision with another steamer and sank, only two on board the Pacific being saved.
Harrington, William S., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 31, 175 acres, b. Greene, 1819; parents, Benjamin and Mary Harrington.
Hollenbeck, Eliza, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 76, 247 acres, b. Columbia Co., s. 1840; parents, William and Hannah Hollenbeck; husband, Seth Hollenbeck, b. Broome Co., 1816, s. 1840, died 1860; parents, Derrick and Jane Hollenbeck.
Johnson, Simon, p o Chenango Forks, farmer, res lot 48, 172 acres, b. Greene, 1816; parents, Barnet and Elizabeth Johnson; first wife, Rachel Terwilliger, daughter of John Terwilliger, died leaving three children; second wife, Mary Ann Terwilliger; children, six.
Johnson, Leonard M., p o Greene, physician, b. Pennsylvania, 1830, s. 1865; parents, Rev. Leonard and Harriet N. Johnson; wife, Adelaide A. Keeler; children, three---Stella T., Harriet N., Tracy R.; parents, Charles E. and Grace A. Keeler.
Jamison, S. H., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 30, 180 acres; father, Annanias Jamison.
Jamison, Annanias, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 30, 180 acres, b. Ireland, 1811, s. 1832; parents, James and Isabella Jamison; children, 4---Ann Eliza, Mary Sophia, Samuel H., Jane L.
Juliand, William, p o Greene, farmer and dairyman, res lot 108, 150 acres, b. 1837; parents, Lewis and Cornelia E. Juliand; wife, Mary Cushman; children, 5; father, Engenior Cushman.
Jones, Chapin, p o Greene, farmer, 210 acres, b. Massachusetts, 1799, s. 1833; father, Hezekiah Jones.
Jones, Henry L., p o Greene, b. Greene, son of Chapin.
Johnson, Ebenezer, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 79, 59 acres, b. New Hampshire, 1806, s. 1810; parents, Jesse and Rhoda Johnson.
Johnson, John A., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 12, 74 acres, b. Greene, 1841; parents, Ebenezer and Tacy Johnson.
Johnson, Jesse, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 9, 40 acres, b. New Hampshire, 1808, s. 1810; has been highway commissioner 3 years; parents, Jesse and Rhoda Johnson, who came from New Hampshire with an ox team and wagon covered with sole leather, they first settled on lot 15, now owned by his grandson, Henry E. Johnson; wife, Louise Ackley; children, 1---Henry E.
Juliand, Lewis, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 107, 350 acres, b. Greene, 1800; parents, Joseph and Hannah Juliand; wife, Cornelia E., daughter of Joseph Butler, b. Oneida Co. 1808, s. 1835---children, 3.
Kinsman, A. D., p o North Fenton, farmer, res lot 92, b. 1825, s. 1829; has been highway commissioner and inspector of election; wife, Elizabeth Betts.
Kelly, Amas M., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 76, 150 acres, b. New Jersey, 1811, s. 1821; father, Amas Kelly; mother, Nancy Brant; this farm was cleared by them; they did their cooking by the side of a log until their house was built; wife, Louisa J. Tracy; children, 1---George W.
Kelly, Olin, p o Page Brook, farmer and dairyman, res lot 33, 74 acres, b. Greene, 1850; parents, Jonas and Mary Ann Kelly; wife, Clara A. Horton.
Kelly, Jonas B., p o Greene, res lot 99, 180 acres, b. Broome Co. 1816; parents, Amos and Nancy Kelly; wife, Mary Ann Holcomb, b. Massachusetts 1824; father, Western Holcomb.
Kinyon, Spink, p o Chenango Forks, farmer, res lot 70, 130 acres, b. Broome Co. 1811, s. 1844; parents, Reynolds and Rachel Kinyon; wife, Elizabeth Ockerman.
Kinyon, Niles, p o Chenango Forks, farmer, res lot 70, 224 acres, b. Broome Co. 1827; parents, Thirstin and Mary Kinyon; wife, Julia A. Newman; children, 3---F. D., Ella N., Edward N.
Lansing, Mrs. Maria, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 109, 150 acres, b. Greene; parents, Samuel and Clarissa Walker; husband, James Lansing, b. Greene, 1821, died 1879; parents, Peter and Jane Lansing.
Marcy, J. C., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 46, 670 acres, b. Dutchess Co. 1832, s. 1844; parents, Ambrose L. and Rachel Marcy; wife, Eliza J. Carter; children, 5; father, O. D. Carter.
McMoran, David, p o Greene, res lot 13, knife factory, b. Ireland, 1814, s. 1843; parents, Elenor and Robert McMoran.
Miller, Frederick A., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 34, 140 acres, b. Oxford, 1853; parents, Thomas and Susan Miller; wife, Emma Smith, b. Greene, 1855; parents, James W. and Lovina Smith.
Miller, Daniel A., p o Greene, b. Greene, 1876; parents, Frederick and Emma Miller.
Macdonald, Mrs. M. A., p o Greene; father, Rev. Mr. Evans.
Osborn, Benjamin T., p o Greene, res lot 12, farmer and egg dealer, 213 acres, b. Delaware Co. 1830, s. 1833; commenced buying eggs in the spring of 1861 with the small investment of $800 and increased it to $6,000; parents, Daniel and Sylvia Osborn.
Osborn, Ira B., p o Greene, farmer, 200 acres, b. Delaware Co. 1828, s. 1833; parents, Daniel and Sylvia Osborn; wife, Charity Jones; children, 2---Frank, Burton.
Page, George, p o Chenango Forks, farmer, res lot 12, 113 acres; son of John and Alice Page, b. Broome Co. 1857; wife Tyrus Page, daughter of Isaac Page who was the first settler on Page Brook.
Purple, Dr. W. D., p o Greene, b. Otsego Co. 1802, s. 1807; parents Edward and Lydia Purple.
Purdy, Joseph, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 17, 200 acres, b. Westchester Co. 1804, s. 1840; parents Gilbert and Sarah Purdy.
Peck, Daniel, p o Greene, res lot 11, retired farmer, b. Connecticut, 1808, s. 1813, has been assessor, overseer of poor and trustee of Baptist Church; parents, Samuel and Betsey Peck; wife Caroline McIntosh, children 2; father, John McIntosh.
Peck, Philo, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 11, 100 acres, b. Greene,1818, is excise commissioner; parents, Samuel and Betsey Peck; wife, Clarrissa Dudley, children 3; father, Lyman Dudley.
Rounds, G. M., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 69, 47 acres; parents, Mathew H. and Julia M. Rounds.
Rounds, Mathew H., p o Greene, b. Columbus, 1832; parents, Phillip and Betsey Rounds.
Rounds, Julia M., p o Greene, b. Greene 1831; parents, Harris and Harriet Bates.
Race, F. S., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 36, 200 acres, b. Greene, 1829; parents, George T. and Margaret Race; wife, Mary E., daughter of Alexander Day.
Rathbone, L. B., p o Greene, res lot 44, 285 acres, b. Oxford, 1819; parents, John and Elizabeth Rathbone; wife, Eliza McNeil; father, Lewis McNeil, b. Oxford, 1796.
Roberts, C. G., p o Greene, N. Y. physician and surgeon.
Russell, W. F., p o Greene, banker, firm of Russell & Juliand.
Robinson, L. B., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 10, 100 acres, b. Norwich, 1822; father, Henry E. Robinson; mother, Polly Robinson; wife, Julia Beach, children 3, Lewis, Flora, Dora.
Roberts, E. M., p o Greene, manufacturer of shingles, lumber, horse rake teeth, broom handles and cider, b. Greene 1853; parents, Russell and Elizabeth Roberts; wife, Almira O. Bruce, daughter of Eli and Rhoda Bruce.
Roberts, Russel, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 17, 311 acres, b. Massachusetts, 1817, s. 1822; parents, Dimon and Anna Roberts.
Robinson, A. B., p o Greene, farmer, 750 acres, b. Pharsalia, 1834; parents, Berlin and Susanna Robinson.
Rockwell, Jesse, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 17, 335 acres, b. Butternuts, 1841, s. 1848; enlisted 1862, Co. E. 114th Reg. N. Y. vols. was wounded in battle of Winchester, Sept. 19, 1864; parents, John and Lucy Rockwell.
Race, Col. Derrick, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 76, 550 acres, b. Greene, 1802; father, Derrick Race who was the first settler on lot 76, b. Massachusetts, 1770, settled 1795, died 1837; mother, Hannah Race.
Stirk, James, manager of Greene Woolen Mills.
Sanders, Henry H., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 76, 105 acres, b. Broome Co. 1856; parents Sanford and Maria Sanders; wife, Sarah Tuttle, b. Greene; parents, James and Margaret Tuttle.
Seymour, Charles, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 41, 165 acres, b. Cortland Co. 1835, s. 1863; parents, Albert and Abigail Seymour, 1st wife Anna Potter, one child died May 6, 1867, 2d wife Josephine Smith, children 3.
Spencer, Eugene M., p o Greene, res lot 44, b. Afton, 1853, feed, mill and manufacturer of heading, shingles and lumber; father, Dr. Hershal D. Spencer, who died in Afton, July 1857.
Smith, Charles E., p o Greene, farmer, 8 acres, b. Greene, 1845, was in war of Rebellion, joined Co. E. 90th N. Y. Vols. was transferred to Bat. D. 1st U. S. Artillery; father, Aaron K. Smith.
Sweetland, Marlyn, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 4, 110 acres, b. Broome Co. 1809, s. 1850; parents, Daniel and Elizabeth Sweetland.
Sheldon, William R., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 14, 360 acres, b. Norwich, 1828, has been assessor and commissioner of highways; parents, Benjamin and Laurinda Sheldon; Luke Sheldon s. 1795; wife, Mary A. White, b Guilford, 1831; parents, Jeremiah and Mary White.
Smith, Abel H., p o Greene; farmer, res lot 68, 170 acres, b. Cayuga Co. 1830, s. 1859, is commissioner of highways; parents, Enoch and Huldah Smith; wife, Martha Tillotson, daughter of Silas, and granddaughter of Capt. Joseph Tillotson one of the first settlers.
Smith, A. Hunt, p o Greene, res lot 46, 123 acres, b. Greene, 1819; parents, Nathan and Betsey Smith.
Smith, Nathan, settled on lot 77, 1799.
Sharp, Peter C., s. on lot 76, 1793; Stephen Ketchum, s. on lot 11, now village, in 1792.
Turner, Lester, p o Chenango Forks, farmer, res lot 15; father, Amos Turner; mother, Lovina Hoyt.
Thomas, S. P., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 40, 325 acres, b. Coventry, 1826, has been assessor 14 years; parents, Samuel and Lydia Thomas.
Trowbridge, Frank W., p o Greene, farmer, lot 77, 243 acres, b. Coventry, 1853; parents, E. A. and Maria W. Trowbridge.
Taft, A. W., p o Greene, livery, sale and exchange stable.
Van Nest, Margaret A., p o Greene, farmer, 119 acres, b. Fulton Co. s. 1831; parents, John I. and Catharine More, husband Henry Van Nest, b. Fulton, 1802, s. 1831, died 1853; father, Henry Van Nest.
Van Valkenburgh, J. D., p o Greene, res lot 42, 150 acres, b. Rennselaer Co.1822, s. 1833, was supervisor 1 year and assessor 15; parents, Adam and Jane Van Valkenburgh; wife, Maria Wheeler, b Greene, 1824; father, William D. Wheeler.
Wheeler, Ezra B., p o Greene, dealer in lumber and lath.
Whittenhall, Uri, p o Greene, proprietor of Chenango House.
Wedge, Luther, p o Greene, res lot 51, b. Bainbridge, 1832, was engineer 22 years on the Erie Railroad, is now steward of the M. E. Church; father, Abel Wedge; wife, Carrie Hait, b. Greene, 1836; father, John Hait.
Wheeler, George W., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 59, 100 acres, b. Greene, Sept. 11, 1849; parents, Ephraim and Lucretia Wheeler; wife, Elva A. Read, b. Smithville; parents, Thomas J. and Ethelinda Read.
Wheeler, Silas, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 58, 145 acres, b. Greene, 1818; father, William D. Wheeler, s. 1808, was sergeant in war of 1812, and assessor for many years, died 1854; mother, Prudence Wheeler, died 1866.
Wheeler, Samuel, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 38, 155 acres, b. Greene, 1852; parents, Wm. D. and Prudence Wheeler, first wife, Margaret, daughter of Nicholas Race, son of Derrick Race.
Webb, George W., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 79, 160 acres, b. Westchester Co. 1835, s. 1869; parents, Wm. and Mary Webb; first wife, Mary Jane, daughter of Daniel E. Barnett, b. Otsego Co. 1842, died 1859; second wife, Rosella S., daughter of A. J. Barnett, b. Greene, 1854.
Warner, Jacob, p o Greene, marble dealer, monuments, head stones and cemetery work of all kinds, b. Schoharie Co. 1851, s. 1871; parents, Jacob and Catharine Warner.
Wood, J. S., p o Greene, druggist.
Winston, Curtis, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 110, 83 acres, b. Greene, 1835; father, Z. B. Winston; mother, Harriet Gray; wife, Maria Upham; children, 6; has been supervisor four years and railroad commissioner nine years.
Walker, Simeon, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 10, 60 acres, b. Smithville, 1817; has been assessor twelve years, constable and collector one year, commissioner of highways one year, was elected supervisor in 1861 and held office six years; father, Samuel Walker; mother, Clarissa Walker; first wife, Ursula C. Gross, children 4; second wife, Ruth C. Hill, children, 3.
Webb, W. J., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 118, 101 acres, b. Oxford, 1844; parents, Joel and Abigail Webb; wife, Augusta Lansing.
Wilson, John, p o Greene, farmer and dairyman, res lot 57, 123 acres, b. Ireland, 1830, s. 1836; parents, Robert and Mary Wilson; wife, Phebe A. Scott; one child---Frankie.
Webb, Philo, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 7, 244 acres, b. Greene, 1808; parents, Eli and Polly Webb.
Wedge, F. S., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 9, 260 acres, b. Greene, 1837, was in company E 114th regiment; parents, David and Sarah Wedge.
Watson, Varnum, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 43, 92 acres, b. Rhode Island, 1813, s. 1817; parents, Gardner and Deborah Watson; wife, Anna Wheeler, b. Greene, 1814; father, William D. Wheeler.
Yager, Isaac, p o Page Brook, farmer, 145 acres, b. Schoharie Co. 1837; parents, John and Mersha Yager; wife, Sarah Jones; children, 1,---Charlie.


Guilford


Bradbury, Andrew, p o Guilford, iron founder and machinist.
Brant, Emma F., p o Norwich, farmer.
Bradley, E. L., p o Guilford, farmer.
Bennett, Alvin, p o Mount Upton, attorney-at-law.
Clark, Ransom, railroad agent and postmaster, p o Rockdale, b. Guilford, July 16, 1810, owns 30 acres; has held the offices of constable, justice of the peace, assessor, commissioner of highways, supervisor, notary public and the military offices from ensign to lieutenant-colonel; wife, E. Locke, b. Guilford, married Jan. 30, 1833; two children.
Clark, R. M., p o Guilford, physician and surgeon, b. 1845.
Cornwell, Albert, p o Guilford Center, farmer.
Clapper, G. W., p o Norwich, farmer.
Dickinson, Thomas, p o Guilford, farmer and justice of the peace, b. Goshen, Litchfield Co., Conn. 1807.
Davis, Albert, p o Norwich, farmer.
DeLaven, G. H., p o Guilford, blacksmith.
Dolan, Albert, p o Guilford, teacher.
Dorman, John, p o Guilford, farmer.
Dibble, Russel, p o Mount Upton, retired.
Godfrey, Nathaniel K., p o Guilford, farmer.
Graves, C. S., p o Rockwell Mills, farmer.
Gibson, Peter, p o Mount Upton, farmer.
Humphrey, F. G., p o Guilford Center, farmer.
Hayes, Ur, p o Mount Upton, farmer.
Ives, C. L., p o Guilford Center, farmer.
Jones, C. M., p o Guilford, farmer.
Merchant, A. P., p o Guilford, iron founder and machinist.
Mills, A. W., p o Guilford Center, farmer.
Mack, Mrs. Emma C., p o Guilford, farmer.
Phillips, Charlton, p o Guilford Center, farmer.
Palmer, G. G., p o Mount Upton, farmer and general dealer.
Stowell, Jacob, res and p o Mt. Upton, carpenter and joiner, b. Richfield, Otsego Co., April 7, 1823, s. March 20, 1848. Has been a teacher of vocal music twenty-five years, assessor three years, justice of sessions two years, elected November, 1872 and '73, and justice of the peace from 1869; wife, Emma Laine, b. Columbia, Herkimer Co., Aug. 25, 1825, married Jan. 14, 1846; no children.
Smith, William A., p o Newark, N. J.
Sherwood, John L., p o Guilford, farmer and shoe-maker.
Smith, F. P., p o Guilford, farmer.
Truman, Ira A., p o East Guilford, farmer.
Wilkins, C. S., p o Guilford, farmer, b. New York, s. 1812.
Whiting, E. M., p o Guilford Center, U. S. mail agent.
Whittmore, C. D., p o Guilford, farmer.
Wheeler, K. D., p o Mount Upton, farmer.
Winsor, M. V. B., p o Guilford, merchant.
Winsor, Joseph, p o Guilford, farmer.
Wilkins, C. S., p o Norwich, b. 1812.
Yale, Birdsall, p o Bainbridge, farmer.
Rockwell, C. W., p o Rockwell Mills, woolen mills.
Richmond, Orson, p o Mount Upton, farmer.


Oxford


Barber, D. G., p o Oxford, ex-school commissioner, b. New York, s. 1824.
Baldwin, William R., p o Oxford, pastor Baptist church, b. Connecticut, s. 1840.
Brockett, F. A., p o Oxford, farmer, b. New York, s. 1826.
Boulls, Thomas N., p o Oxford, cabinet ware and undertaking, b. New York, s. 1847.
Balcom, Lucy A., p o Oxford, b. New York, s. 1821; father, Henry Balcom.
Barber, E. B., p o Norwich, proprietor of Lyon Brook Cheese Factory, b. New York, 1852.
Bennett, Jr., C. A., p o Oxford, farmer, b. New York, s. 1854.
Bennett, Moses, p o Oxford, farmer, b. New York, s. 1810.
Bennett, James Howard, p o Oxford, farmer, b. New York, s. 1850.
Beecher, H., p o Oxford, farmer, b. New York, s. 1826.
Clark, W. A., p o Oxford, farmer and liveryman.
Chapman, W. E., p o Oxford, retired publisher, b. Connecticut, s. 1828.
Cooke, H. H., p o Oxford, general agent at Oxford for D., L. & W. R. R., b. New York, s. 1817.
Clarke, Mrs. James W., p o Oxford, b. New York, s. 1816; father, Lieutenant-Governor Tracy.
Cone, T. L., p o South Oxford, depot agent for D., L. & W. R. R. and postmaster at South Oxford, b. New York, s. 1852.
Conover, P. I. J., p o Oxford, farmer and cattle dealer, b. New York, s. 1834.
Clark, DeFrance, p o Oxford, grocer, b. New York, s. 1845.
Dodge, L. I., p o Oxford, farmer, b. New York, s. 1858.
Dickinson, Charles E., p o Oxford, b. New York, s. 1868, ex-teacher.
Edwards, James M., p o Oxford, foundry and machine shop, b. New York, s. 1835.
Eaton, Warren, p o Oxford, farmer, b. Vermont, s. 1822.
Farnham, S. H., p o Oxford, general merchandise, watches and clocks, b. New York, s. 1813.
Fraser, Charles F., p o Oxford, cabinet ware and undertaking, b. New York, s. 1829.
Fisher, Charles, p o Oxford, saw, grist and cider mill, b. New York, s. 1843.
Gordon, Mrs. Erastus, p o Oxford, farmer, b. New York, s. 1859.
Gordon, William A., p o Oxford, farmer, b. New York, s. 1827.
Galpin, J. B., p o Oxford, book and paper store, b. New York, s. 1823.
Gleason, Dr. D. A., p o Oxford, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1850.
Glover, James W., p o Oxford, attorney and counselor-at-law, b. New York, s. 1822.
Gilbert, William, p o Oxford, machine shop and shingle mill, b. New York, s. 1825.
Gibbons, M. H., p o Oxford, cabinet ware and undertaking, b. England, s. 1861.
Graves, Paul S., p o Oxford, farmer and ex-superintendent of poor, b. New York, s. 1806.
Gates, Henry A., p o Norwich, farmer, b. New York s. 1838.
Hoxey, A. C., p o Oxford, farmer and assessor, b. New York, s. 1839.
Hyde, William H., p o Oxford, attorney and counselor, b. New York, s. 1826.
Haynes, C. B., p o South Oxford, farmer, b. Massachusetts, s. 1834.
Hollenbeck, John, p o Brisbin, farmer, b. New York, s. 1813.
Hartwell, James, p o Oxford, farmer, born New York, s. 1827.
Jones, W. E., p o Brisbin, farmer, born New York, s. 1869.
Ketchum, Lewis, p o Oxford, farmer, b. New York, s. 1825.
Lee, Dr. D. M., p o Oxford, physician and surgeon, b. N. Y. settled 1849.
Lewis, F. B., p o Oxford, principal of Oxford academy, b. N. Y. settled 1840.
Loomis, Capt W., p o Oxford, farmer and Capt. 10th Vol. Cavalry, b. N. Y., settled 1817.
Lathrop, Mrs. E. M., p o Oxford, retired farmer, b. N. Y.
Lewis, Henry C., p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y., s. 1838.
Miller, Dr. Robert E., p o Oxford, physician and surgeon, b. Connecticut, s. 1837.
Mygatt, Wm. R., p o Oxford, attorney and counselor at law, b. N. Y. s. 1851.
Moore, John, p o Oxford, farmer and R R Commissioner, b. N. Y., s. 1805.
McNiel, Geo., p o Oxford, ex merchant and farmer, b. N. Y. settled 1816.
Mygatt, Mrs. Henry R., p o Oxford, b. N. Y., s. 1816; father Lieut. Gov. Tracy.
Miller, Wm. M., p o Oxford, general merchandise, b. N. Y. settled 1840.
Moore, Sylvanus, p o Oxford, watches, clocks and jewelry, b. N. Y. settled 1841.
Miller, John E., p o Oxford, dealer in cut stone and flagging, b. N. Y. settled 1842.
Morse, A., p o Oxford, farmer, and ex town Auditor, b. N. Y. settled 1847.
Moore, C. B., p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y., settled 1815.
Mowry, Charles L., p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. settled 1844.
Miller, Ira, p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y., settled 1837.
Owen, S. W., p o Oxford, farmer, was a soldier in war of 1812, b. N. Y., settled 1798.
Packer, Horace, p o Oxford, attorney and counselor at law, b. N. Y., settled 1820.
Payne, Rev. Henry N., p o Oxford, pastor Presbyterian church, b. N. Y., settled 1840.
Powers, A. W., p o Oxford, carriage maker and assessor, b. N. Y., settled 1829.
Pearme, Benjamin M., p o Oxford, postmaster, b. N. Y., settled 1826.
Padgett, Robert, p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. settled 1816.
Phetteplace, A., p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. settled 1810.
Padgett, Lewis, p o Oxford, farmer and mason, b. N. Y., settled 1816.
Rice, H. W., p o Oxford, photograph and picture gallery, b. N. Y., settled 1875.
Rhodes, Oliver, p o Oxford, farmer, b. R. I., settled 1814.
Race, Derrick, p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. settled 1827.
Root, James H., p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. settled 1830.
Rounds, Joseph, p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. settled 1814.
Rounds Peter, p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. s. 1832.
Rays, Benj. F., p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. settled 1841.
Rowley, P. T., p o Guilford, farmer, born N. Y., settled 1816.
Stratton, Geo., p o Oxford, farmer and supervisor, b. N. Y. s. 1823.
Stratton, C. E., p o Oxford, farmer and supervisor, b. N. Y. s. 1837.
Stratton, Albert G., p o South Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. s. 1809.
Sands, Dr. Wm. G., p o Oxford, private banker, b. N. Y. s. 1810.
Stafford, Job N., p o Oxford, overseer of poor, b. N. Y. s. 1812.
Shapley, F. M., p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. s. 1853.
Salisbury, A., p o Coventry, farmer, b. N. Y. s. 1820.
Thorp, Dr. J. W., p o Oxford, physician and Surgeon, b. Maine, s. 1839.
Tower, E. M., p o Oxford, miller, prop. Tower mills, b. N. Y. s. 1835.
Turner, Simeon A., p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. s. 1838.
Turner, J. P., p o Oxford, farmer and ex postmaster, b. N. Y. s. 1836.
Tucker, Edward, p o Oxford, retired butcher and farmer, b. N. Y. s. 1813.
Willoughby, W. D., p o Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y. s. 1833.
Wilcox, C. F., p o South Oxford, farmer, b. N. Y., s. 1826.
Willcox, Loron, p o Oxford, farmer and ex supervisor, b. N. Y., s. 1825.


Smithville


Bronson, Oscar, p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 2, 174 acres, b. Smithville, 1848; wife, Julia E. Porter, b. Greene, children 5; father, Moses Bronson, died Dec. 1876; mother, Catharine Bronson, died 1848.
Bliss, J. M., p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 17, 121 acres, b. Saratoga, 1826, s. 1834; father, James Bliss, b. Rhode Island, and served in war of 1812, died 1868; mother, Joanna Brewster, died 1871; 1st wife, Clarissa Purdy, died 1870, children, 4; 2d wife, Sarah L. Wooster, one child; children, Adelbert J., Flora, Prentice O., Hiram F., Clarence A.
Beadle, H. C., p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 38, 100 acres, b. 1847 on this farm, has been excise commissioner; father, Edward Beadle, b. 1817, died 1867; mother, Emily Cummings, b. Greene, 1824; grandfather, Russell B. Beadle, s. in Smithville, when a wilderness and cleared farm where H. C. now lives; wife, Aepatia Willcox, b. Oxford, 1849, children, 3, Libbie A., Edward D., Maud A.; father, P. Willcox, mother, Betsey Knickerbocker.
Butts, Herbert, p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 35, 300 acres, b. New Berlin, 1855; father, Agrippa Butts, b. Kortright, Del. Co. 1799, is an ordained Methodist minister; mother, Betsey Crandall, b. New Berlin, b. 1812, children 10, living 7.
Congdon, Rev. H. W., pastor Presbyterian Church, b. Jefferson Co. July 1, 1841, s. 1878, p o Smithville Flats, was graduated from Rochester University, 1865, and from Auburn Theological Seminary, 1868, afterwards Principal of Pulaski Academy; wife, Flora A. Potter, b. Camden, Oneida Co., two children.
Crozier, H. G., formerly wholesale dealer in New York city, now retired, b. Ireland, 1821, s. 1861; wife, Nancy Harrison, three daughters.
Casey, Bernard, p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 9, 104 acres, b. Ireland, 1812, s. 1828; wife, Margaret Hayes, b. Massachusetts, January, 1828, died July 22d, 1874, children, 11, now living 8; father, Bernard Casey, b. Ireland, Sept. 16, 1752, died Feb. 25, 1856; mother, Mary O'Connor, b. June 7, 1763, died March 23, 1834.
Dailey, Laura, p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 13, 20 acres and another farm of 66 acres, b. Oct. 22, 1821; father, David Mack, a soldier in war of 1812, and drew a land warrant; mother, Dorcas Lamphear, husband, Jay Dailey, b. March 24, 1811, died July 12, 1876, children 4, William J. married Fanny M. Carr, s. McDonough, David P. married Amelia L. Martin, and is a merchant in McDonough, Emma F. married Gilbert Brown, s. Triangle, John J. enlisted as a recruit in 8th Cavalry N. Y. S. Vols. August 29, 1862 and died of fever, July 19, 1863.
Dibble, John, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 21, 150 acres, b. Smithville, 1816; parents, Eber and Amy Gaines Dibble, b. Massachusetts, and early settlers; wife, Millison Rowlison, b. 1821---children 7.
Gates, Julia L., p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 16, 23 acres, b. Smithville, 1824; father, Daniel Gates, one of first settlers; mother, Nancy Shaw, grandfather, Isaac Gates was a Revolutionary soldier.
Grant, Oliver B., p o Smithville Flats, farmer, 93 acres, b. Smithville, 1821; wife, Hannah J. Gates, one child, Ulysses; father, David Grant, b. Litchfield Conn. 1779, s. 18_0, died 1850; mother, Jemima Bancroft.
Harrison, Wm., p o Smithville Flats, retired farmer, res lot 18, 176 acres, b. Ireland, 1815, s. 1829; wife, Jane Wilson; children 6---Samuel R. died March, 1876, Eliza Ann, Mary Jane, Wm. J., Emma M., George.
Harrison, James, p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 17, 230 acres, b. Ireland, 1806, s. 1828, has been a deacon of Presbyterian church, 25 years; wife, Sarah Harrison, b. 1829; children 3---Anna, Samuel G., Julia; father, Samuel Harrison, b. Ireland.
Hayes, Rhoda P., p o Greene, farmer, res lot 15, 220 acres, b. Oneida Co., May 28, 1799, s. 1802; parents, Phineas and Rhoda Pond of Vermont, and were among the first settlers; husband, Cyrus Hayes, b. Greene, May 27, 1803, died Aug. 8, 1870; children, 5---Melinda J., died 1870, Caroline A., Samuel P., Nelson R., Mary D., died 1843.
Hotchkiss, Smith, son of Amos Hotchkiss, b. Smithville, 1835, assessor; wife, Sarah E. Davis, b. 1841, daughter of Stephen and Jane Davis.
Harrison, Mrs. Richard, b. Poughkeepsie, 1807, s. 1842; husband, Richard Harrison, b. Ireland, 1805, died June 10, 1875; five children, three sons and two daughters.
Harrison, E., b Stamford, Delaware Co., s. 1840, dealer in general merchandise 11 years, was formerly in shoe business New York city 16 years; wife, Elizabeth Morton, b. Ireland; two children, Corrinne A. and Lee R.
Harrison, J. W., res lot 31, farmer, b. Ireland, 1850, came to America with his parents and settled in Smithville, owns 70 acres, member Presbyterian church; family, Sarah J., J. W. and Nancy; is the only son of James, who died April, 1854, and Sarah Harrison.
Harrison, Miss Ann Jane, res lot 31, b. Ireland, 1814, came to America 1861, member Presbyterian church, daughter of William and Sarah Welsch Harrison.
Hazard, Rachel C., p o Smithville, farmer, res lot 1, 51 acres, b. Sherburne, 1831; husband, John Hazard, married 1852, enlisted in the 50th Reg. Engineers, N. Y. Vol. Company H., Dec. 1862, and died of fever March 13, 1863; children, 3---Orson E., Seber D., Francelia J.
Hamilton, Joseph W., farmer, p o Oxford, res lot 9, 210 acres, b. Smithville, 1825, trained in State militia; father, Esquire Hamilton, b. Massachusetts; mother, Nancy Whitehall, b. England; wife, Louisa Stratton, b. Oxford, 1829; children, Joseph W., Jr., Ella B., Alice J., Frederick C., Frank R., Wm. H., John H., Addie L.
Johnson, William, p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 7, 295 acres, b. Otsego Co. 1819, s. 1863, is trustee of Presbyterian church; father, Ralph Johnson, b. Connecticut, resided in Coventry sixty years; mother, Betsey Hunt; wife, Elizabeth Stiles; children, 6.
Kinnier, Mrs. E. O., p o Smithville, b. Cincinnatus, Corland Co. Nov. 6, 1843; husband, John Kinnier, b. Ireland, 1828, died April 6, 1874; children, 2---Marsha E. and George R.
Kinsman, M. E., p o Smithville Flats, farmer and mill wright, has worked at his trade 35 years, res lot 1, 150 acres, b. Worcester Co. Mass., s. 1854; wife, Lucy A. Brown, daughter of Jonathan and Lucy Brown; children, 6. Addie married Lucius Torrey, of German.
Lowe, A. L., b Alleghany, 1853, s. 1877, commenced the study of medicine at Cory, Pa., where he read three years, was graduated Feb. 22, 1877, from the Buffalo University, and soon after commenced the practice of medicine at Smithville Flats.
Lewis, J. B., p o Smithville Flats, dealer in hardware, b. Madison Co. 1825, s. April, 1848, was supervisor in 1878; wife, Mary Tarbell, b. Chenango Co.; children, 2; father, William Lewis, b. Connecticut, s. 1807.
Loomis, Henry, p o Oxford, farmer, res lot 19, 127 acres, b. Smithville, 1832; father, Vinson Loomis, b. 1800, died 1864; mother, Cynthia Loomis, died 1839; grand-father, Edward Loomis, the first settler of Smithville and a soldier of 1812; wife, Caroline Landers, b. 1834; children, 3---Alice A., Burdette, Millard; father, Darison Landers, b. 1779, died 1863; mother, Clarissa Rorapaugh, b. 1776, died 1864.
McCray, Miss Mary J., b. Smithville, Nov. 27, 1818, her father, William McCray was born in Ireland, 1784, of protestant parentage, came to America in 1816, resided in New York city till 1818, when he removed to Smithville, he died Jan. 1, 1870, her mother, Margaret Harrison McCray, was born in Ireland, married in New York city, 1817, died in Smithville, 1858, aged 66, the family consisted of four sons and three daughters of whom the daughters alone survive.
Mitchell, William, p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 8, 187 acres, b. Ireland, 1837, s. 1865, is a member of the Presbyterian Church; wife, Agnes Harrison, b. 1840, married 1859---children 6.
Miller, Samuel, p o McDonough, farmer, res lot 2, 150 acres, b. Smithville, 1811; wife, Amy Hill, children, 3---Clement, b. 1838, married Amelia D. Philley, daughter of Uriah and Elanore Philley, Mary J., Alice married Mark Keogh and have one child.
Mosher, Henry, p o Greene, farmer, res lot 5, 100 acres, b. North East, Dutchess Co. 1818, s. 1838; father, Hugh Mosher, a soldier of 1812; mother, Mary Lounsbury; wife, Olive Race, daughter of Charles Race, b. 1819, children 3---Charles H. died Feb. 15, 1850, Mary, married M. L. Curtis, s. McDonough, George H. and Helen adopted.
Nichols, H. F., res lot 31, farmer, 96 acres, b. Smithville, 1830, son of John and Mary Nichols, natives of Massachusetts; wife, Serena McCray, daughter of Wm. and Margaret McCray, 2 children---Wm. M. and James G.
Norris, Mrs. Mary, p o Greene; father, Vinson Loomis; mother, Cynthia H. Moore; husband, Hiram Norris, b. Smithville, Dec. 2, 1822, died Jan. 1858. He served in State Militia; children 2---Cynthia F., Millard F.
O'Neal, Thomas, res lot 31, farmer, 50 acres, b. Ireland, s. in America 1852; wife, Sarah McNay, two children.
Pease, Lewis L., p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 13, 250 acres, b. Smithville 1851; parents, Philip and Harriet Pease; wife, Mary A. Harrison, one child---Willie. Warren, Edward, farmer, res lot 13, b. Coventry, 1809; father, Lewis Warren; grandfather was in war of Revolution. 1st wife, Sally Judd, died 1849, children 4---George W., Frederick, Sarah A., Rosetta; 2d wife, Harriet Elwood.
Perkins, Peter, p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 16, 207 acres, b. Otsego Co. 1807, s. 1808; parents, David and Eunice Perkins; wife, Belinda Whitmarsh, b. Greene, children, Albert F., died March 7, 1865, Earlman R. died Feb. 3d, 1850, Oscar R., married Jane C. Salesbury, Emma married J. B. Lewis.
Read, Jesse, b. New Hampshire, Jan. 17, 1799, s. 1854, died August 7, 1876, was supervisor three terms, and Alderman of New York city, he founded the first Presbyterian Church of Smithville, giving the land and a large sum of money; wife, Nancy Parker, daughter of Deacon Jonas Parker, b. Jan. 12, 1811, died Feb. 16, 1873, she organized a sabbath school of which she was Superintendant many years, children 4---Mrs. Elizabeth Chappell, of Elmira, Henry A., Jesse, and Fred J. a farmer, res lot 32, 179 acres.
Rose, O. P., p o Smithville Flats, farmer and auctioneer, res lot 14, 31 acres, b. 1826, has been constable 13 years; wife, Sophronia C. Crouse, b. Springfield, Otsego Co. children 3---Charlie A., Daniel C., Carrie M.; father, Thomas Rose, who was an early settler and owned the first horse team between Smithville Flats and German, was a soldier in war 1812.
Sweet, Joseph, p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 19, 176 acres, b. Massachusetts, 1821, s. 1866; father, William Sweet, mother, Anna Comstock; wife, Maria Madison, father, Erastus Madison, children---John B., Albert L., Martha J., Frank, Hattie E.
Tarbell, C. P., res lot 15, farmer, 400 acres, p o Smithville Flats, was Rail Road Commissioner, for Smithville Rail Road, which has been abandoned; wife, Mabel M. Tillotson, b. Smithville, children 4---Charles T., Gage E., Frank P., Bessie M; parents, Eli and Sibyl Tarbell, b. Vermont, s. 1813 on lot 48, which he purchased for $1.25 per acre, kept hotel and store at Smithville Flats from 1820 to 1844, he owned 600 acres at the time of his death which occurred Oct. 5, 1845; grandfather, Isaac Tarbell, b. Vermont, was in war of 1812.
Wooster, Moses, p o Oxford, farmer, res lot 6, 300 acres, b. Canaan, Columbia Co. 1793, s. 1812; parents, Ebenezer Wooster and Sarah Munson, wife, Esther Ainsworth, b. 1796, died August 23, 1867, children 5---Betsey, Esther M., Moses E., Sarah L., Lucian.
Wells, J. B., p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 33, 174 acres, was a smack fisher 7 years, trained in Militia 20 years, is now excise commissioner, 2d term, b. Rhode Island, 1813, s. 1839; father, Peter C. Wells, mother, Triphena Brown, b. Rhode Island; wife, Phoebe Burdick; father, Charles Burdick; mother, Phoebe Davis, children 8.
Walworth, Alonzo M., p o Greene, farmer, 130 acres, b. Preston, Chenango Co. Oct. 8, 1817, has been highway commissioner, assessor, town clerk and justice of the peace; wife, Harriet Terry, b. Norwich, Jan. 31, 1825, married Jan. 15, 1850, children 4.


Norwich


Avery, George W., p o Norwich, physician, surgeon, coroner, and examining physician for pensions, was surgeon of 13th N. Y. Infantry, b. New York, s. 1827.
Andrews, Dr. E. C., p o Norwich, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1834.
Albro, S. H., p o Norwich, principal and superintendant of schools, b. Rhode Island, s. 1875.
Andrews, Burr B., p o Norwich, 200 acres, has been town clerk, supervisor and county clerk, b. Dec. 6, 1807, s. Oct. 13, 1829; wife, Lovina Hammond, b. Norwich, married Sept. 11, 1837, children 4.
Berry, B. Gage, p o Norwich, publisher Chenango Telegraph.
Breese, William, p o Norwich, furniture dealer and president of village, b. New York, s. 1840.
Brooks, LeRoy J., p o Norwich, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1849.
Beecher, H. H., p o Norwich, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1824.
Bruchhausen, C., p o Norwich, physician and surgeon, b. Germany, s. 1841.
Bliven, George P., p o Norwich, dentist, b. New York, s. 1877.
Brown, H. C., p o Norwich, photograph gallery, b. New York, s. 1862.
Bartle, G. W., p o Norwich, coal dealer, (Bartle & Rindge,) b. New York, s. 1830.
Beebe, A. J.
Baker, T. Spencer, p o Norwich, druggist and grocer.
Barber, Benjamin, p o Norwich, farmer, b. Rode Island, 1801, s. 1807.
Barber, Daniel, p o Norwich, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1831.
Barr, George D., p o Norwich, has been poor master, b. Norwich, 1844.
Burlingame, Charles, p o Norwich, civil engineer and surveyor, b. Norwich, 1801.
Brown, Henry M., p o Norwich, farmer, b. Connecticut, s. 1824.
Brissell, D. F., p o Norwich, farmer, has been supervisor of North Norwich, b. Norwich, 1820.
Brown, Charles G., p o Norwich, farmer, b. New York, s. 1854.
Barnes, George, p o Norwich, farmer, b. New York, s. 1854.
Coe, O. S., p o Norwich, dentist, b. New York, s. 1878.
Chapman, W. P., p o Norwich, dry goods, boots, shoes, clothing and merchant tailoring, b. New York, s. 1856.
Carey, Albert, p o Norwich, undertaker, b. New York, s. 1848.
Chapin, Andrew, p o Norwich, carpenter and joiner, b. New York, s. 1844.
Daniels, H. J., p o Norwich, dry goods, merchant tailoring etc. b. New York, s. 1845.
Davis, P. E., p o Norwich, proprietor of grist and flour mill, b. England, s. 1879.
Davis, Darwin, p o Norwich, farmer and hop grower, b. Massachusetts, 1810, s. 1814.
Davis, Wilbur, p o Norwich, farmer and manufacturer of pine-apple cheese, b. New York, s. 1818.
Fulton, Samuel J., p o Norwich, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1825.
Foulston, D., p o Norwich, variety store, groceries, &c. b. New York, s. 1867.
Goodrich, E. A., p o Norwich, wholesale and retail groceries and provisions, b. New York, s. 1842.
Gunn, William H., p o Norwich, justice of the peace, b. New York, s. 1816.
Grace, George W., p o Norwich, farmer, b. Oxford, s. 1853.
Grant, S. B., p o Norwich, farmer and assessor, b. Connecticut, 1828, s. 1836.
Graves, George H., p o Norwich, farmer, b. New York, s. 1834.
Gridley, John N., p o Norwich, farmer, b. New York, s. 1835.
Galt, Dr. Eleanor E., p o Norwich, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1879.
Hotchkiss, A. E., p o Norwich, photographs and copying house, b. New York, s. 1846.
Hayes, E. T., p o Norwich, piano manufacturer and proprietor gas works.
Hand, Dr. S. M., p o Norwich, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1864.
Hall, Thomas W., p o Norwich, farmer and poor master, b. Connecticut, s. 1816.
Hall, Mrs. Amelia F., p o Norwich, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1848.
Holmes, D. M., p o Norwich, insurance agent.
Hubbard, J. F., p o Norwich, ex-senator.
Jenks, W. F., p o Norwich, attorney and county judge, b. New York, s. 1855.
Johnson, Homer, p o Norwich, farmer, b. Norwich, 1803.
King, F. W., p o Norwich, proprietor of Lanbert Creamery, b. New York, s. 1846.
Lampher, C. W., p o Norwich, superintendent Midland R. R. b. New York, s. 1872.
Loomis, E. J., p o Norwich, attorney and counselor-at-law, b. New York, s. 1837.
Merrifield, W., p o Norwich, deputy county clerk, b. England, s. 1858.
Mosher, Daniel J., p o Norwich, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1839.
Martin, Cyrus B., p o Norwich, hammer factory; has been editor of the Telegraph.
McLean, M. M., p o Norwich, proprietor Eagle Hotel; has been cashier of Chenango Bank, b. New York, s. 1868.
Maydole, David, p o Norwich, hammer manufacturer, b. New York, s. 1822.
Murray Bros., p o Norwich, proprietors Palmer House, b. New York, s. 1878.
Medbury, J., p o Norwich, supervisor, b. Pennsylvania, s. 1829.
Merrill, Robert F., p o Norwich, president of Greenback Club, b. New York, s. 1820.
Mable, J. M., p o Norwich, livery and sale stables, b. New York, s. 1840.
Mitchell, John, p o Norwich, durggist, b. New York, s. 1819.
Manning, G. H., p o Norwich, publisher and editor, b. Montgomery Co. N. Y. Aug. 15, 1830, settled July 1, 1868; wife, Frances E. Martin, b. Washington Co. N. Y. Sept. 5, 1865; children, 2.
Main, Jasper J., p o Norwich, farmer, b. New York, s. 1849.
Morgan, A. C., p o Norwich, dentist, b. New York, s. 1879.
Morse, W. T., p o White Store, farmer and justice of the peace; has been postmaster three years and road commissioner six years; b. Massachusetts, s. 1845.
McLogan, Nelson, p o Norwich, farmer and blacksmith, b. New York, s. 1828.
Prindle, H. G., p o Norwich, ex-county judge and attorney and counselor at law, b. Connecticut, s. 1844.
Prindle, E. H., p o Norwich, attorney; has been congressman and district-attorney; b. Connecticut, s. 1852.
Parce, Franklin D., p o Norwich, shirt manufacturer and laundry, b. New York, s. 1847.
Pendleton, A., p o Norwich, commercial agent and of firm of Johnstown & Pendleton, clothing, Johnstown, N. Y. b. Chenango, s. 1840.
Prentice, Deacon T. H., p o Norwich, farmer, b. New York, s. 1820.
Ray, George W., p o Norwich, attorney and counselor-at-law, b. New York, s. 1844.
Rindge, R. E., p o Norwich, general ticket agent and manager W. U. Telegraph Co., coal dealer, b. New York, s. 1871.
Rider, George, p o Norwich, piano manufacturer and proprietor of gas works, b. New York, s. 1825.
Rupe, Charles, p o Norwich, firm of Cox & Rupe, manufacturers of confectionery and jobbers in tobacco and cigars, b. Germany, s. 1849.
Randall, Dr. William H., p o Norwich, physician and surgeon, b. Pennsylvania, s. 1879.
Randall, L. A., p o Norwich, farmer, b. Connecticut, s. 1816.
Reese, M. J., p o Norwich, farmer, b. Chenango, s. 1840.
Record, R. G., p o Norwich, farmer and railroad engineer, b. New York, s. 1837.
Ransford, John H., p o Norwich, farmer, b. New York, s. 1832.
Scoville, Samuel, p o Norwich, sexton Congregational church, b. Connecticut, s. 1861.
Spaulding, J. K., p o Norwich, postmaster and proprietor of Eagle Hotel, b. New York, s. 1851.
Scott, W. L., p o Norwich, retail and jobbing dry goods, groceries, merchant tailoring, sash and blind factory and brick yard, b. New York, s. 1866.
Snow, Frank, p o Norwich, wagon maker and proprietor of grist mill, b. Norwich, 1847.
Skinner, Isaac W., p o Norwich, farmer, b. Norwich, 1836.
Skinner, Mrs. Clarissa L., p o Norwich, farmer, b. Cortland Co. 1833, s. 1858.
Smith, Erasmus, p o Norwich, farmer and machinist, b. New York, s. 1808.
Smith, Benjamin, p o Norwich, farmer, b. New York, s. 1837.
Snow, Orson M., p o Norwich, builder, b. New York, s. 1835.
Skinner, Daniel P., p o Norwich, farmer, b. New York, s. 1832.
Sumner, C. G., p o Norwich, dentist, Sumner Block, b. New York, s. 1851.
Thomas, Edward B., p o Norwich, attorney and counselor-at-law, b. New York, s. 1846.
Turner, C. L., p o Norwich, farmer, b. New York, s. 1841.
Westcott, J. H., p o Norwich, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1850.
Wescott, Dr. J. J., p o Norwich, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1852.
Wheeler, Jedediah R., p o Norwich, farmer, b. Connecticut, s. 1815.
Winsor, Henry V., p o Norwich, lumber and saw mill, b. Chenango, s. 1809.
Winsor, W., p o White Store, farmer, b. New York, s. 1832.
Wescott, Mason, p o Norwich, builder, b. New York, s. 1826.
Young, R. A., p o Norwich, farmer, has been assemblyman, b. New York, s. 1835.


Preston


Bliven, Rowland B., p o Preston, farmer and supervisor, b. Rhode Island, s. 1847.
Bliven, William C., p o Preston, farmer, b. Rhode Island, 1828, s. 1847, David Chase, father of Mrs. Bliven, b. Massachusetts, 1778, s. 1810, deceased.
Curtis, E. R., p o Oxford, farmer, b. Chenango Co., s. 1821.
Colville, C. E., p o Oxford, farmer and dairyman, 240 acres, b. Chenango Co. 1835.
Hall, Ebenezer, p o Preston, farmer, b. Chenango Co., s. 1808.
Hall, John, p o Preston, farmer, tanner and currier, b. Massachusetts, s. 1805.
Ingraham, Mrs. Mary, p o Oxford, farmer, b. Chenango Co., s. 1825.
Norton, G. L., p o Oxford, farmer, b. Connecticut 1802, s. 1813.
Powers, Charles W., p o Preston, lumber and saw mill, b. Plymouth, Chenango Co., s. 1854.
Ross, Isaac, p o Norwich, farmer, b. Chenango Co., s. 1830.
Rogers, I. D., p o Oxford, farmer, b. Chenango Co., s. 1807.
Rogers, Nathan, p o Oxford, farmer, b. Chenango Co., s. 1813.
Rogers, George H., p o Oxford, farmer, b. Chenango Co., s, 1846.
Lewis, Emory S., p o Preston, farmer and superintendent of county house, b. Chenango Co., s. 1833.
Lewis, Samuel E., p o Oxford, farmer, b. Chenango Co., s. 1818.


McDonough


Brown, William L., res McDonough, proprietor hotel, b. Pharsalia, July 8, 1825, p o McDonough.
Breed, Byron M., res lot 38, farmer, butter and cheese manufacturer and supervisor, b. McDonough, July 27, 1847, p o McDonough.
Blivin, Ross, res lot 59, farmer, b. McDonough, 1836, p o McDonough.
Barrows, Rev. Alvin W., res lot 63, McDonough, Methodist-Episcopal clergyman, b. McDonough, Sept. 2d, 1836, p o McDonough.
Dunning, Charles B., res lot 82, farmer, b. Smithville, Jan. 16, 1837, p o McDonough, s. 1867.
Daily, David P., res McDonough, merchant, b. McDonough March 6, 1842, served 3 years in war of the rebellion, farmer till 1877, since member firm Galpin & Daily, merchants, Smithville, Chenango Co., p o McDonough.
Ensign, E. L., res McDonough, physician and surgeon, b. Pitcher, 1857, p o McDonough.
Fernalld, Chas. B., farmer, b. German, s. 1835, p o East German.
Fernalld, Wm., res lot 91, farmer and shoemaker, b. N. H. s. 1818, p o East German.
Graves, Charles A., res lot 55, carpenter, b. McDonough, July 1837, p o McDonough.
Gale, W., res lot 18, farmer, b. McDonough, 1836, p o East Pharsalia.
Hayden, Wm., res lot 28, farmer, b. Ludlow, Mass., Sept. 23, 1817, s. 1837, p o McDonough.
Hall, John, res lot 86, retired farmer, b. England, s. 1836, p o McDonough.
Hoffman, Phebe M., res lot 2, b. McDonough, 1820, p o McDonough.
Hiller, Wm., p o McDonough, farmer, res lot 64, 243 acres, b. Dutchess Co., July 26, 1818, s. April 1829, has been town clerk 2 years, school clerk 25 years and is R. R. commissioner; 1st wife, A. S. Warren, b. Jeffery, N. H. married May 18, 1842; children 2. 2d wife, Abigail Roe, b. Wallkill, N. Y., married April 27, 1867.
Jacobson, Marcia A., res lot 8, adopted daughter of L. R. Beardsley, b. German, s. 1845, p o McDonough.
Lewis, J. C., res lots 102, 79, farmer, b. McDonough, s. 1830, p o East McDonough.
Lewis, Geo. I. R., res lots 79, 80, farmer and justice of the peace, b. McDonough 1839, p o East McDonough.
Moore, Lysander, res lots 113,114, retired farmer, b. McDonough, Sept. 24, 1805, p o Oxford.
Philley, J. C., res lot 115, farmer, b. McDonough 1837, p o McDonough.
Sprague, Marcus L., res lot 36, farmer and lumber dealer and proprietor saw and grist-mill, b. Dana, Worcester Co., Mass., Oct. 5, 1819, s. Feb. 14, 1820, built the first saw and grist-mill in the town and still runs them, p o McDonough.
Twichell, P. W., res lot 52, farmer and justice of the peace, b. McDonough, 1824, p o McDonough; his father, John Twichell came to McDonough in 1815.
Wightman Brothers, res lot 96, butter and cheese makers, b. New Berlin, s. 1879, p o McDonough.
Whipple, Mason J., res lot 97, farmer, b. McDonough 1832, p o McDonough.
Wilcox, John B., res lots 77, 78, farmer, b. McDonough 1825, p o East McDonough.
Wilber, William.


German


Bentley, H. L., p o German.
Birdlebough, Henry, p o McDonough, farmer, res lot 45, 237 acres, b. Montgomery Co., 1815, s. 1816; father, Joseph Birdlebough, died 1855; mother, Elizabeth Smith, died 1873; wife, Mary Harvey, b. 1818, children 2---Almira and Thomas B.
Barrows, Roxford C., p o McDonough, farmer, res lot 103, 58 acres, b. McDonough 1854; father, O. E. Barrows; mother, Susan Hiller; wife, Estella Beckwith, one child---Arthur.
Crandell, W. L., p o McDonough, farmer and veterinary surgeon, res lot 100, owns 243 acres, son of John Crandell, commission merchant, Reed street, New York City, and Maria Blervin, b. German, Oct. 12, 1854.
Dillenbeck, Alexander, b. German, 1831, son of Joshua Dillenbeck and Margaret Smith, farmer, lot 97, owns 175 acres; married Debora Jacobson, who died 1874, one child---Edwin; second wife, Mary Darling, one child-Clarence.
Dillenbeck, Isaac, p o Cincinnatus, farmer and dairyman, 475 acres, b. German, Jan. 26, 1826, s. March 12, 1856; wife, Hannah M. Brookman, b. Montgomery Co. married Jan. 24, 1855; two children, both deceased.
Edgerton, G. B., p o German, farmer, res lot 106, 72 acres, b. Smithville, 1828; has been highway commissioner three terms; father, Whiting Edgerton, died 1865; mother, Huldah Benton, died 1852; wife, Nancy E. Thomas; children, 7.
Eggleston, Silas, p o German, farmer, res lot 106, 50 acres, b. German, 1850; parents, George and Mary Ann Eggleston; wife, Ellen C. Wilcox.
Eggleston, A. B., p o German, farmer, res lot 93, 85 acres, b. German, 1844; parents, George and Mary Ann Genson Eggleston; wife, Ida Genson, b. 1856; children, 4---George J., Mary J. and Benjamin. Enlisted in 1st N. Y. artillery Jan. 5, 1864, battery B?, was in battle of Wilderness and nineteen other engagements.
Fosgate, William K., p o McDonough, farmer, res lot 102, 50 acres, b. Otsego Co. 1810, s 182_; father, John Fosgate; mother, Margaret Morford; wife, Joana Dodge, b 1808; children, 2---Louisa and William A.
Greene, Sanford W., b. German, 1847, son of Charles K. Sanford and Emily Beardsley, farmer and teacher, res lot 124, owns 100 acres; wife, Julia Smith; children, 2---Mabel A. and Chas. S.; was elected justice of the peace in 1874 for four years.
Germer, John, p o Cincinnatus, farmer, 225 acres b. Baden, Germany, Jan. 26, 1827, s. Feb. 1859; wife, Katharine Meder, b. Baden, Germany, married March, 1853; children, 7.
Gilbert, Milan M., p o East German, farmer, b. Delaware Co. 1857, s. 1867; father, George Gilbert, a soldier in the late rebellion, died 1862; mother, Olive Olmstead; children, 3---Lowell, Milan M. and Eugene.
Gilliland, Joseph,p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 138, 150 acres, b. German, 1851; father, Robert Gilliland, settled and cleared farm in 1839; mother, Eliza McKee; children, 1.
Griswold, O. B., p o German.
Jones, Jonathan C., p o East German, farmer and drover, 180 acres, b. German, Feb. 28, 1830, son of Daniel Jones, (b. New Hampshire, 1793, settled in German, 1822,) and Charlotte Carrdec, b. 1801; wife, Lucinda F. Emerson, b. McDonough, married Oct. 13, 1856; children, 2---Charlotte E. and J. E.
Jones, Luke C., p o McDonough, farmer, 275 acres, b. German, May 14, 1826; has been supervisor six years in succession; wife, Adeline E. Curtis, b. Morris, Otsego Co. married July 13, 1859.
Keough, Francis, b. Ireland, 1820, s. 1840, son of John Keough and Ann Blake, farmer, lot 119, owns 100 acres; wife, Ellen Ramsey, b. Ireland, 1821, died 1864; nine children living.
Kenyon, R. R., p o McDonough, farmer, res lot 61, 300 acres, b. Pitcher, 1826; father, Asa Kenyon, died 1849; mother, Eliza Lord, died 1847; wife, Ellen Crandall; one child---Ralph.
Leonard, Amanda E., p o Smithville Flats, farmer, res lot 122, 55 acres, b. McDonough, 1836; father, Samuel W. Sherbun; mother, Amanda E. Root, died 1836; first husband, Wm. Gilliland, died 1877; second husband, W. E. Leonard; children, 4---Rosa M., Cora E., Ida M., Willie L.
Norton, William, p o German.
Perry, A. E., p o German.
Smith, Henry A., b. German, Oct. 8, 1854, son of Thoril Smith and Hepsibeth Livermore, farmer and town collector, lot 101, p o McDonough; wife, Mattie G. Cumings, b. Greene, 1855, married Jan. 20, 1876; no children.
Sharp, C. D., p o Smithville Flats, retired farmer, b. Albany Co. 1811, s. 1814; father, Bartholomew Sharp, died in Greene 1859; mother, Mary Scutt; wife, Cornelia Taylor, died 1877; had two sons in late rebellion.
Smith, Peter, p o Cincinnatus, farmer, res lot 32, 150 acres, b. Montgomery Co. 1814, s. 1816; father, John P. Smith, a soldier of 1812; mother, Elizabeth Countryman; wife, Sally Grommon, b. 1819.
Smith, Martin, p o Cincinnatus, farmer and dairyman, res lot 50, 446 acres, b. German, 1826; father, John P. Smith, s. 1816, died 1875; mother, Elizabeth Smith, died 1854; wife, Melinda Harvey, b. 1825; children, 7.
Tice, Adam, p o Cincinnatus.


New Berlin


Angell, James M., p o New Berlin; merchant and railroading; b. on homestead, New Berlin, Nov. 26, 1840; owns 103 acres; was 3 years President of New Berlin village; wife, Elizabeth Smyth, b. Butternuts, N. Y. married June 17, 1869; two children, boys.
Ainsworth, Alba, p o Norwich; farmer, res lot 48, 137 acres; b. Connecticut, 1804, s. 1810. Parents, Stephen and Deborah Ainsworth. First wife, Julia Ann Peck; Second wife, Mary Sherman; children, six.
Arnold, Eddy, p o New Berlin; farmer and stock dealer, res lot 56, 80 acres; b. New Berlin, 1832; wife, Delia Bond, married 1862. Father, Eddy Arnold.
Allen, D. A., p o New Berlin; fashionable barber and hair dresser; b. Sherburne; son of Clark and Lucy F. Allen. Clark Allen was born in New Hampshire, 1794, settled 1816, died April 15, 1868.
Autin, Noah E., p o South New Berlin; farmer and dairyman, res lot 24, 550 acres; b. Berkshire, Mass., March 28, 1803, s. March 4, 1837; wife, Eliza Corbin, b. Berkshire, Mass., May 9, 1807, married 1828; children 7, living 6. Burlingame & Co. built this mill and it is now undergoing repairs for a saw and shingle mill.
Babcock, C. B., p o South New Berlin; general merchant; firm name C. B. & H. Babcock; b. New Berlin, June 9, 1829; commenced business as a merchant 1853, a member of the firm of Harris Babcock & Co. 1854, of the firm of Wood & Babcock until 1857, in 1868 the present firm was established; wife, Hattie Marsh, b. Ohio, married Dec. 16, 1868; children, 4.
Babcock, Edgar, p o New Berlin, farmer, res lot 14, 118 acres, b. South New Berlin, 1821, was county clerk in Illinois eight years, superintendent of public schools four years, and postmaster two years; father, Chester Babcock, s. 1812; wife, H. Julia Goodrich, b. New Berlin, 1824, married April 30, 1845.
Bassett, Christopher, p o New Berlin Center, farmer and dairyman, res lot 62, 72 acres, has been collector and overseer of the poor; father, Christopher Bassett, who settled 1808, died 1867; wife, Mary Vail, b. lot 64, New Berlin, 1822, married, 1839; children, 4; father, Frederick Vail.
Caswell, J. M., p o New Berlin Center, farmer.
Evans, Gideon B., p o South New Berlin, farmer, res lot 44, 200 acres, b. Norwich, 1850; father, Benjamin Evans.
Gorham, Stephen V., p o New Berlin, farmer, res lot 51, 210 acres, b. New Berlin; parents, Stephen and Lucinda Gorham.
Gorham, Stephen, b. Vermont, 1807, s. 1829; children, 5.
Gaskill, Edwin A., p o New Berlin, manufacturer of gents' fine boots and fancy shoes, b. New Berlin, 1853; wife, Amy Higgins.
Gaskin, John S., p o New Berlin, proprietor of Gaskin's Hotel, b. Otsego Co. 1822, s. 1842; wife Maria L. Smith, b. 1844; children, 2, Adelia and Albert; parents, John and Abigail Gaskin.
Fox, Joseph K., p o New Berlin, b. at Sea, 1834, s. 1849; parents, Robert and Susan Fox.
Heaton, Orin, p o New Berlin, b. New Berlin, 1832; parents, Miles and Deborah Heaton.
Haight, Lewis, p o New Berlin, was in 34th regiment, company G, wounded in service, b. Otsego Co. s. 1854; parents, James and Sarah Haight.
Hazard, Dr. A. C., p o New Berlin, s. 1866; parents, Oliver and Amby Hazard. Read medicine with Dr. E. F. Wilmot, of Great Bend, Pa., commenced practice in M. S. M. R. R. Hospital at Alexandria, Va.
Hill, Alfred E., p o South New Berlin, farmer and dairyman, res lot 90, 44 acres, b. New Berlin, 1819; wife, Elenor L. Rockwell, b. Jefferson Co. married, 1845; father, Job Hill, mother, Abigail Field; Peleg and Waterman Field were uncles and early settlers of the town.
Hills, Albert W., p o New Berlin, farmer and dairyman, res lot 67, 68 acres, b. Ira, Rutland Co. Vt. 1810, s. 1814. This is the old homestead where the family first settled. Wife, Roxie B. Babcock, b. Brookfield, married 1840, died June 20, 1879; children 5, living 3.
Jeffrey, Gilbert, p o New Berlin; res lot 52, 190 acres; b. New Berlin, 1829; is principal of New Berlin Academy. Parents John and Isabella Jeffrey.
Kingsbury, Sanford, p o New Berlin, farmer, b. Connecticut, 1809, s. 1813. Parents Mason and Eunice Kingsbury; children 2, Eunice and Lydia.
Loomis, Dyer, p o New Berlin, retired physician; b. Massachusetts 1801, s. 1840; graduated at Fairfield Medical College, Jan. 31, 1827, practiced in Palatine 5 years, Morris Otsego county, 5 years, and commenced practice in New Berlin, 1840. Father, Rev. Josiah Loomis.
Mann, William J., p o New Berlin; dentist, b. Columbus, 1831, commenced the study of dental surgery 186_; commenced practice in Sherburne, in 1867, and at New Berlin, 1868; parents, Stephen K. and Mary A. Mann.
Matteson, Charles A., p o New Berlin, carpenter and joiner, b. Otsego Co., 1816, settled 1841.
Peck, Richard B., p o South New Berlin, farmer and dairyman, res lot 7, 210 acres, b. New Berlin, 1836, has been constable; wife Ellen Aylesworth, born New Berlin, married March 4, 1871, children 2, father, Philip Peck, b. Smithfield, R. I. 1807, settled 1822.
Pabodee, Thomas, p o Norwich, farmer, res lot 48, 70 acres from Norwich 1814, parents Ephriam and Lydia Pabodie; wife Julia Ransford, daughter of William D. Ransford.
Peck, Mrs. Roby, p o Norwich, born Rhode Island, 1804, settled 1829; parents, Lemuel and Robby Patt; Philip Peck Jr. children 2, Orrin S., Richard B.
Phillips, James, p o South New Berlin, farmer, res lot 70, 179 acres, b. Rhode Island, 1815, settled 1818; parents James and Hannah Phillips; wife Lydia Livingston; children 4, Betsey, Martha, Delos, La Fayette.
Phillips, Thomas, p o New Berlin, farmer, res lot 30, 90 acres, b. New Berlin, 1837; father, John Philips; wife Helen Smith, children 5.
Pope, Simeon A., p o New Berlin, farmer and dairyman, res lot 29, 69 acres, born Greene Co. 1814, settled 1840; wife Huldah Eldrich, born Otsego Co. children 4.
Parker, John D., p o New Berlin, farmer and dairyman, res lot 25, 166 acres, born lot 45, New Berlin, 1851; wife Harriet Mayhew, born New Berlin, children 2.
Parker, P. L., born Massachusetts, 1814, settled 1821, then went to Pennsylvania and stayed until 1836, returned and settled on lot 45 where he cleared 200 acres, lived there 21 years and died on lot 25, April 6, 1878.
Reynolds, Abel, p o South New Berlin, farmer and Dairyman; res lot 21?, 50 acres, b. Exeter R. I., 1798; s. 1828, has been collector, wife Hannah Briggs, b. R. I. children 9, two, Abel and Willett, were in war of Rebellion.
Skinner, Sidney M., p o New Berlin; res lot 31, b. Sherburne, 1804; Parents, Alfred and Elizabeth Skinner.
Skinner, Alfred, died Oskosh Wis., aged 92 years; Elizabeth his wife died at the age of 90 years.
Sholes, Richard M., p o Norwich; prop. Chenango Lake Hotel and Summer Resort; good fishing and hunting, row boats, bowling alley, dancing and bath houses, grove for picnics, good barn and stabling; b. Seneca Co. 1831, s. 1858.
Skinner, Amasa S., p o New Berlin Center; grist and saw-mill and cheese box factory.
Sherman, Ruben, p o Norwich; retired farmer; b. Washington Co. 1796; s. 1812, has been assessor; wife, Betsey Gorham, b. Connecticut, married 1823; children 5. Bacheldor Sherman built the Sherman saw mill about 1815, it was rebuilt by Ruben Sherman and now owned by E. B. Sherman.
Stone, Rev C. A., p o New Berlin, Baptist minister, b. Schuyler Co., 1839, s. 1877, graduated at University at Lewisburg, Pa. 1864, ordained Oct. 24, 1866, was pastor of Charleston Baptist church, settled as pastor of Baptist church of New Berlin, 1877.
Shippey, John J., p o South New Berlin, farmer and dairyman, res lot 17, 235 acres, b. Norwich, 1831; wife Mary A. Skinner, b. Norwich 1836, married 1858, children 3; father, Ezekiel Shippey, was the youngest of 14 children and in war of 1812.
Shippey, Thomas, settled 1806, was in the Revolutionary war.
Scott, Henry, p o South New Berlin, res lot 92, 41 acres, b. Albany Co. 1801, settled 1808, children 9, living 7; father, Stephen Scott.
Sage, Henry, p o South New Berlin, farmer and dairyman, res lot 15, 1180 acres, b. New Berlin, 1832; wife Oril Osgood; father Hon. Luther Osgood of Preston, formerly senator and assemblyman.
Sarle, Jordan H., p o New Berlin, farmer and dairyman, 283 acres, b. Otsego Co. 1817, s. 1817, has been town superintendent; wife Abigail Perry Babcock, b. Truxton, married 1845, children 4; father, Thomas Sarle; grandfather, Thomas Sarle, the second settler in this part of the town.
Tinkham, S. C., p o New Berlin, merchant and custom miller, b. Vermont, 1833, s. 1878; wife, Sarah A. Rice, b. Vermont, 1848; father, Norman Rice.
Tyler, Myron J., p o New Berlin, farmer and dairyman, b. New Berlin, 1836; wife, Cordelia Thompson, b. Oneida Co. married 1862, children 3; father, James Tyler, b. 1809; grandfather, Samuel Tyler, one of the first settlers, used to go to mill in a boat to mouth of river; he had 12 children.
Townsend, Rev. Frank W., p o New Berlin, b. New York, 1852, s. 1876, licensed by Otsego Presbytery Sept. 18, 1873, ordained Sept. 1875, installed as pastor of Presbyterian church at New Berlin Sept. 1876.
Wilber, Edwin, p o New Berlin, liveryman, b. Pittsfield.
Wightman, Edward F., p o South New Berlin, farmer and dairyman, res lot 10, 140 acres, b. New Berlin, 1827, has been commissioner of highways; wife Maryette Beardsley, b. Connecticut, married 1846, children 2; father, Benjamin Wightman; grandfather Benjamin Wightman, first settler, took up a tract of land, was in war of Revolution and war of 1812.
Williams, John, p o South New Berlin, prop Williams Hotel, stage and livery business 20 years and hotel 55 years, also dealer in cement, plaster, flour, feed and grain, b. Columbus, Aug. 19, 1804, has been highway commissioner 10 years and constable 5 years; wife Adalaide A. Wild, b. Otsego Co. 1835.


North Norwich


Aldrich, Augustus C., p o North Norwich, farmer, 360 acres, b. Plymouth, 1827; is a member of M. E. Church; wife, Sarah A. Renyon, b. McDonough, 1840, married 1861; children, 3.
Buell, George, p o North Norwich, farmer, 97 acres, b. Norwich, 1816; was justice of peace four years, and superintendent of poor six years; wife, Emma Haynes, b. Troy, 1830, married 1872; children, 2; father, Elijah Buell, b. Dutchess Co.
Barnes, Edwin R., p o Norwich, farmer, 260 acres, b. Norwich, 1839; wife, Julia Arnold, b. Norwich, married 1877; children, 2; father, Erastus W. Barnes, b. Connecticut.
Buell, Simon, p o Norwich, farmer and saw mill, 290 acres, b. Norwich, 1822; has been magistrate twelve years; wife, Julia Heady, b. Plymouth, 1824, married 1845; children, 4; father came from Dutchess Co. and settled in 1810.
Bellinger, Adam, p o North Norwich, farmer, 129 acres, b. Smyrna, 1850, s. 1851; wife, Retteena M. Titus, b. 1847, married 1872; father, Jacob H. Bellinger, b. Montgomery Co.
Benedict, John B., p o Sherburne, farmer, 126 acres, b. Norwich, 1838; wife, Annis Dalrymple, b. Madison Co. 1839, married 1861; children, 6.
Bissell, H. F., p o Norwich, farmer, 200 acres, b. North Norwich, 1834; is supervisor of town; wife, Frances L. Rosebrook, married May 12, 1864; children, 2; father, Daniel Fitch Bissell, b. Connecticut, s. 1816; mother, Eunice Hall, b. Connecticut.
Carpenter, Lewis E., p o North Norwich, farmer and miller, is postmaster, and has held office of magistrate thirty years, justice of sessions three terms, b. Preston, s. 1839.
Dimmick, Asaph, p o Norwich farmer, b. Connecticut, 1813.
Eichler, David, p o North Norwich, farmer, 106 acres, b. Plymouth, 1822, s. 1822; wife, Nancy N. Wilks, b. Plymouth, married 1860; children, 6.
Firman, M. D., p o North Norwich, farmer, 194 acres, b. Columbia, Herkimer Co. 1840, s. 1878; wife, Marcia A. Kinney, married 1865; children, 2.
Frink, George W., p o North Norwich, farmer, 50 acres; has been constable, b. Norwich, 1843; wife, Roemma Gile, b. Plymouth, 1846, married 1865; children, 1.
French, A., p o North Norwich, farmer, 103 acres, b. New Hampshire, 1810, s. 1824; wife, Adelia Harris, b. Sherburne, 1819, married 1849.
French, C. A., p o North Norwich, farmer, 144 acres, b. 1847.
Fisher, D. W., p o Norwich, farmer, b. Plymouth, s. 1872.
Gile, John, p o North Norwich, farmer, 70 acres, b. Connecticut, 1792, s. 1804, died 1867; wife, Catharine Snider, b. Arcadia, Wayne Co. 1826, married 1855; children, 1.
Holmes, D. M., p o Norwich, insurance agent, b. Stonington, Conn. 1818, s. 1836; has been superintendent of schools and supervisor of Norwich six years; wife, Sarah S. Packer, b. Norwich, 18_8, married 1848; children, 1. Aided in raising troops for the rebellion.
Hubbard, John F., p o Norwich, publisher, b. Norwich, 1822, was clerk in department of interior, elected to senate 1867, re-elected 1869, justice of peace three years, was in internal revenue department 1866, was in war department and department of interior four years; wife, Josephine H. More, b. Norwich, 1844; children, 4.
LaDue, Orvil, p o North Norwich, farmer, 1_2 acres, s. 1865; wife, Martha Elesworth, b. Dutchess Co. married 1870; children, 6.
Ludington, Mathew B., p o North Norwich, U. S. mail service, b. Salisbury, Herkimer Co. 1826, s. 1848; has been town superintendent, town clerk, supervisor, school commissioner and justice of peace; was in late rebellion three years, enlisted as 1st lieutenant in 161st regiment, and was promoted captain; wife, Sophia J. Paul, b. Norwich, 1825, married 1855; children, 2.
Mead, L. R., p o North Norwich, farmer, b. Norwich, s. 1833.
Per Lee, Cuyler, p o North Norwich, farmer, b. Poughkeepsie, 1812, died 1872; wife, Ann Lyon, b. Winsor, Broome Co., 1815, married July, 1843; children, 3.
Pudney, Hiram A., p o Sherburne, farmer, 280 acres, b. Dutchess Co. 1810, s. 1818; wife, Eliza Ann Pendleton, b. Rhode Island, 1817, married Jan. 21, 1836, died Jan. 22, 1871; children, 6.
PerLee, I. B., p o Norwich, farmer, b. Norwich, s. 1834.
Reed, J. D., p o Norwich, farmer and produce dealer, 650 acres, b. Dutchess Co. 1835; wife, Etta P. Rowe, b. Otsego Co. married 1873; father, William B. Reed, b. Dutchess Co. His farm is known as the Ransford farm, upon which the first house was built in town.
Reynolds, Lorenzo, p o North Norwich, farmer, 260 acres, b. Smyrna, 1848, s. 1849; wife, Roxy Frink, married 1871.
Randall, Ralph J., p o Norwich, farmer 30 acres, has been keeper of insane Asylum 9 years; wife, Angeline Brown, b. Scott, Cortland Co. married 1861; children 1; his father came from Connecticut at an early day.
Sullivan, Patrick O., p o Norwich, farmer and mason, 21 acres, b. Ireland, 1834, s. 1849, has been constable; wife, Mary Hill, b. Ireland 1838, married 1866; children 6.
Shaw, Perlee, p o North Norwich, merchant, has been town clerk, b. Sherburne, 1838; wife, Marian Cook, b. Sangerfield, Oneida Co. married 1858; children 1.
Skinner, L. D., p o Norwich, farmer, 94 acres, b. Norwich, 1841; wife, Helen Billinger, b. Plymouth, married 1873; children 1; parents, b. Massachusetts.
Smith, William G., p o North Norwich, farmer, 50 acres, b. Sherburne, 1810, has been justice of the peace; wife, Eliza M. Welton, b. Genesee Co. 1820, married 1856; father, John G. Smith, b. Massachusetts.
Seymour, Benjamin, p o North Norwich, farmer, 60 acres, b. Delaware Co. 1841, s. 1854, was in the late war; wife, Emma Janes, b. Norwich, 1844, married 1862; children 4.
Titus, Morgan, p o North Norwich, farmer, 75 acres, b. Washington Dutchess Co. 1820, s. 1826; wife, Almira Crandall, b. Norwich, 1823, married Nov. 10, 1841; children 3.
Tiffany, Lewis, p o Norwich, farmer, 280 acres, b. Norwich, 1817; wife, Miranda M. Matherson, married Feb. 6, 1849; children 1; father, William Tiffany, b. Massachusetts, s. at an early day.
Tiffany, Richard, p o Norwich, farmer, 200 acres, b. Norwich, 1813; wife, Mary M. Johnson, b. Otsego Co. married 1844; children 1; father, William Tiffany.
Tiffany, William R., p o Norwich, farmer, 300 acres, b. Norwich, 1833, is now assessor for the town; wife, Ann Genette Bowers, b. 1834, married 1855, children 7.
Tiffany, Edwin, p o Norwich, farmer, 250 acres, b. Norwich, 1836; wife, Mary A. King, b. 1838, married 1856; children 3.
Titus, Stephen, p o North Norwich, farmer, 61 acres, b. Norwich 1843, has been town clerk; wife, Aurelia Sexton, b. Plymouth 1841, married 1873.
Titus, Leonard, p o North Norwich, farmer, 140 acres, b. Norwich, 1833; wife, Gertrude Case, b. Norwich, 1834, married 1856; children 3.
Titus, Samuel, Jr., p o North Norwich, farmer, 70 acres, b. Norwich, 1838; wife, Mary Case, b. 1836, married 1861.
Titus, Platt, p o North Norwich, farmer, 315 acres, b. North Norwich, 1831, was in the late Rebellion, served as Captain one year, and was discharged for physical disabilities.
Waters, George S., p o North Norwich, farmer, 47 acres, has been constable and assessor, b. New Berlin, 1818; wife, Fidelia Kinney, b. New Berlin, 1822, married 1845; children 2; father, Amos H. Waters, b. Connecticut, s. 1800.
Wood, Marmaduke, p o Norwich, farmer, 480 acres, b. Connecticut, s. 1798, has been clerk of school district 40 years, and justice of the peace 2 years, resides on homestead which his father settled.


Plymouth


Anthony, J. B., p o Plymouth, merchant and postmaster, b. R. I. 1825, s. 1849.
Anthony, Thomas E., p o Plymouth, farmer and dairyman, b. Chenango Co. 1835.
Blakman, Alonzo, p o Norwich, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1838.
Brown, Ira S., p o Plymouth, farmer, b. Chenango Co. 1825.
Crumb, Frank M., p o South Plymouth, prop. of Crumb's creamery, capacity 200 cows, b. Chenango Co. s. 1850.
Evans, King, p o Plymouth, farmer and assessor, b. Chenango Co. s. 1813.
Freeman, Phebe B., p o Plymouth, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1800.
Hunt, S. W., p o Plymouth, farmer and supervisor, b. Chenango Co. 1825, s. 1831.
Hart, S. W., p o Plymouth, farmer, has been superintendent of the poor 12 years, b. Chenango Co. s. 1805.
Montgomery, H. S., p o Plymouth, Groceries, Hardware, &c., 2 acres, b. Roxbury, Delaware Co., N. Y., Feb. 23, 1841; wife, Sarah E. Blood, b, Stamford, Bennington Co., Vt., married May 2, 1871; children 4.
Newton, J. R., p o Plymouth, farmer, b, Chenango Co., s, 1830.
Stewart, Charles R., p o Plymouth, farmer, b, Chenango Co. 1828.
Sackett, Russel R., p o South Plymouth, farmer, b, Chenango Co. s, 1813.
Sackett, Martin, father of Russel R. b, R. I. s, 1806, deceased.
Steward, George W., p o Plymouth, farmer, b, Chenango Co. s, 1830.
Stewart, Ashel, p o Plymouth, father of George W. s, 1800.
Sabin, Lucinda, p o Plymouth, farmer, 230 acres, b, Sherburne, June 29, 1813; husband, Origin Sabin, b. Plymouth, married Feb. 28, 1833, died April 30, 1867. In 1856 moved to Illinois, but returned in 1858; children 3, first one born May 19, 1835---James M. born May 25, 1836, and died in Missouri, Oct. 18, 1873, Ezilda M. born April 5, 1847.
Wilks, Horace, p o North Norwich, farmer, b. Chenango Co. 1829.


Pharsalia


Barnes, Horace L., res lot 54, farmer and real estate dealer, b. Otis, Mass. Sept 6, 1822, s. May 5, 1827, p o East Pharsalia, owns 12,000 acres of land, has held the offices of town superintendent of schools, assessor, justice of the peace, supervisor, justice of sessions, notary public, census enumerator and railroad commissioner; wife, Sarah Angell, b. Pharsalia, married Aug. 30, 1866; one child-Mary Ann.
Berry, Silas W., res lot 73, farmer and stock dealer, b. Pharsalia, Feb. 14, 1847, p o East Pharsalia, owns 280 acres, was county superintendent of poor 1874-77; wife, Ella M. Pellet, b. Plymouth, married Feb. 17, 1875.
Brown, William R., res lot 38, farmer, b. Pharsalia, 1827, p o Pharsalia.
Beasley, Joseph H., res lot 15, farmer, b. England, s. 1839, p o South Otselic.
Brown, N. H., res lot 15, farmer, b. Pharsalia, 1816, p o South Otselic.
Brown, Noyes E., res lot 5, farmer, b. Pharsalia, 1838, p o North Pharsalia.
Barlow, Lorenzo, res lots 25 and 26, farmer, b. Columbia Co. s. 1822, p o North Pharsalia.
Breed, M., res lots 50, 63 and 49, farmer, b. Pharsalia, 1823, p o Pharsalia.
Breed, A. P., res lot 62, farmer, b. Pharsalia, 1817, p o Pharsalia.
Brown, Ephraim, res East Pharsalia, blacksmith, b. Pharsalia, 1828, p o East Pharsalia.
Ecleston, Justin, res lot 71, farmer, b. Pharsalia, 1820, p o East Pharsalia.
Eddy, Albert, res lot 24, farmer, b. Otsego Co. s. 1863, p o Beaver Meadow.
Evans, Jerome, res lot 24, farmer, b. Norwich, s. 1867, p o North Pharsalia.
Foster, Asa, retired farmer, b. New Hampshire, s. 1800, p o East Pharsalia.
Fargo, Henry M., res lot 18, farmer, b. Pharsalia, Sept. 15, 1825, p o South Otselic, owns 187 acres, has been constable and collector four terms; father, Gilbert Fargo, b. Stonington, Conn. Aug. 25, 1798, settled in Pharsalia 1803, died April 30, 1878; mother, Elizabeth Bosworth, b. Bristol, R. I. Nov. 6, 1799, s. 1804, married Nov. 16, 1823; five children.
Griswold, Wallace, res lots 77 and 74, farmer, b. German, s. 1850, p o East Pharsalia.
Gardner, Otis G., res lot 8, farmer and dairyman, b. Smyrna, May 24, 1831, owns 150 acres of land, p o Beaver Meadow; wife, Mariette C. Finch, b. Otego, Otsego Co. married Aug. 31, 1856; two children.
Herrick, Berthier, res lot 76, farmer, b. Connecticut, s. 1822, p o East Pharsalia.
Herrick, A. E., res lot 76, farmer and mechanic, b. Pharsalia, 1849, p o East Pharsalia.
Hammond, C. E., res lot 58, farmer, b. Cortland Co. s. 1835, p o East Pharsalia.
Harvey, Rodney A., res East Pharsalia, carriage maker, b. Pitcher Oct. 4, 1832, p o East Pharsalia, owns 4 acres land, was town auditor two years, was a soldier in the Rebellion 3 years, 89th Regt. N. Y. V. was in ten battles and skirmishes, wounded twice; wife's name, Mary Brown, b. Pharsalia, married Jan. 1st, 1856; 3 children, boys.
Leach, S. N., res East Pharsalia, butter and cheese maker, b. North Norwich, s. 1838, p o East Pharsalia.
Lord, James, res lot 49, farmer, b. Pharsalia, 1848, p o Pharsalia.
Lewis, Nathaniel, res lot 48, retired farmer, b. Pharsalia, Nov. 25, 1818, p o Pharsalia, owns _33 acres land, has held the offices of collector, assessor, supervisor and railroad commissioner; wife, Julia Maine, b. Brookfield, Madison Co. married Dec. 28, 1845; two children.
Mathewson, Berthier J., res lot 48, farmer and justice peace, b. New Berlin, 1834, p o Pharsalia, owns 365 acres, has been supervisor and justice of the peace; wife, Jarushia L. Gale, b. McDonough, married 1874; one child.
Morgan, S. B., res lot 47, farmer, b. Plymouth, s. 1868, p o Pharsalia.
Newton, John T., res lot 20, farmer, b. Pharsalia, 1826, p o North Pharsalia.
Potter, E. T., res lot 47, farmer and proprietor hotel, b. Herkimer Co. s. 1849, p o Pharsalia.
Slater, Joseph, res lot 57, farmer, b. Vermont, s. 1804, p o East Pharsalia.
Warner, Cyrus R., res lot 13, farmer and supervisor, b. Otselic, 184?, p o South Otselic; wife, Antoinette Brown, b. Pharsalia, married 1865; one child.


Pitcher


Alexander, Joseph, res lot 110, farmer, b. Otsego Co., s. 1828, p o Pitcher.
Burdick, W. H., res lot 10, farmer, b. Pharsalia, s. 1830, p o Pharsalia.
Cooper, A., res lot 132, farmer, b. Coxsackie, Greene Co. s. 1874, p o Pitcher.
Crandle, G. N., res lot 8, farmer, b. Pitcher, 1839, p o Pharsalia.
Crumb, Mrs. Phineas, res lot 15, formerly a teacher now engaged in farming, b. Pitcher, 1839, owns 185 acres, p o Cincinnatus. Phineas Crumb was b. Dec. 1, 1822, in Pharsalia, was assessor, married Mrs. Martha Baldwin, May 24, 1871.
Corning, C. G., res lot 14, farmer, b. Pitcher, 1824, p o Cincinnatus.
Davis, J. H., res lot 71, farmer, b. Onondaga Co. s. 1853, p o Pitcher.
Dye, T. E., res lot 15, farmer, b. Pharsalia, s. 1852; p o Cincinnatus.
Edwards, Mary, res lot 141, farming, b. Pitcher, 1824, p o Pitcher.
Edwards, Rachel, res lot 140, farming, b. Pitcher, 1821, p o Pitcher.
Edwards, George S., p o North Pitcher, teacher and mechanic, b. Lincklaen, Oct. 7, 1851; wife, Caroline M. Olin, b. Lincklaen, married October 10, 1874; one child.
Gates, George M., res lot 86, farmer, b. Norwich, s. 1828, p o North Pitcher.
Halbert, Horace, res Pitcher, physician and surgeon born Taylor, Cortland Co. June 8, 1826, s. March, 1851, p o Pitcher.
Hakes, D. R., res lot 101, farmer, b. Pitcher, 1811, p o Pitcher Springs.
Johnson, Julius, res lot 64, farmer, b. Pitcher, August 1, 1842, on farm where he now lives, p o South Otselic.
Kies Eliasha, res lot 75, farmer, b. Connecticut, s. 1815, p o Pitcher.
Perkins, Joshua, res lot 89, farmer, b. Smithville, s. 1870, p o Pitcher.
Rorapaugh, Ransom, res lot 16, farmer, b. Smithville, s. 1835, p o Cincinnatus.
Smith, Harry, res lot 78, farmer, b. Pitcher, 1804, p o North Pitcher.
Smith, Charles, res lot 85, retired farmer, b. Pitcher, 1819, p o North Pitcher.
Sanford, B., res lot 85, mechanic, b. Connecticut, s. 1814, p o North Pitcher.
Wheeler, Philo C., p o Pharsalia, butter and cheese manufacturer, b. Pharsalia, Jan. 26, 1852; wife, Hattie N. Wheeler, born Pitcher, married Jan. 24, 1877; one child.


Columbus


Bryant, George M., p o Columbus, merchant, b. Sherburne, Nov. 21, 1850; wife, Evelyn Bryant, b. Columbus, married Sept. 24, 1878; one child.
Blackman, Dennis.
Church, B. Alvin, p o Columbus, physician and surgeon, b. Coventry Sept. 11, 1855.
Clark, C. E.
Canfield, William D.
Cutler, Joel.
Fuller, Squire.
Gritman, Hiram, p o Sherburne, farmer, 75 acres, born Colchester, Delaware Co. July 23, 1807, s. 1817, has been justice of the peace; wife, Lydia D. Ferris, b. Windsor, Berkshire Co. Mass. married Jan. 28, 1830; seven children.
Howard, Sidney.
Hayward, E. D.
Lottridge, Orson E., p o Columbus, farmer, 150 acres, b. Columbus, June 7, 1840, has been justice of the peace, justice of sessions, commissioner of highways and inspector of election; wife, Frances A. Bruce, b. Pharsalia, married December 14, 1865.
Larchar, Orrin D., p o Columbus, merchant, b. Columbus, August 24, 1841; wife, Mary A. Holmes, b. Columbus, married Feb. 9, 1869; four children.
Lottridge, James B.
Matteson, Delos W., p o South Edmeston, farmer, 98 acres, b. Columbus, March 4, 1834, has been assessor since 1863 and supervisor for 1879; wife, Julia A. Caulkins, b. Columbus, married Nov. 14, 1858, four children.
Myers, H. J.
Marsh, M. M.
Miller, Alonzo E.
Myers, James F.
Purdie, William Howard, p o Columbus, farmer, 120 acres, b. Columbus, March 22, 1837; wife, Elvira C. Allen, b. Laurens, Otsego Co. Oct. 27, 1830, married March 19, 1868; father, Samuel Purdie, b. Norwich, England, June 12, 1804, came to America 1827, s. 1836; mother, Waity Howard, b. July 28, 1804, married Feb. 22, 1836; grandfather, Stephen Howard, b. Foster, R. I. Aug. 15, 1775, settled at an early day upon a farm which he afterwards cleared, was a blacksmith by trade; grandmother, Lucinda Angell Howard, b. Foster, R. I. Jan. 1, 1780, married Feb. 22, 1802.
Perkins, Hamilton.
Richer, Irving L., p o Columbus, produce dealer, b. Columbus, Nov. 21, 1859.
Richer, J. L.
Reynolds, Jerome.
Soule, William.
Spurr, John.
Shawler, Floyd.
Young, Earl A.


Sherburne


Atkyns, Delos L., p o Sherburne, attorney and counselor-at-law, b. Pharsalia, s. 1840.
Adams, Alson, p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Norwich, s. 1804; first wife, Betsey Evans, b. Rhode Island, 1805, died May 29, 1848; second wife, Philena I. Shaw, b. Albany Co.
Bresee, Waity R., p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Sherburne, Jan. 25, 1827, owns 76 acres; wife, Waity R. Harris, married Jan. 14, 1852; two children.
Benton, Simeon A., p o Earlville, farmer; parents, John and Sarah Gillett Benton; b. Sherburne, 1801; wife, Marrille M. Master, b. Sherburne, 1807.
Briggs, Dwight A., p o Earlville, farmer, b. Madison Co., s. 1848; father, Adniran Briggs; mother, Nancy Stowell; wife, Nettie Welch, b. Madison Co. s. 1852.
Brown Bros., p o Earlville, proprietors Brown's Hotel.
Bentley, Milton, p o Sherburne Four Corners, farmer, b. Dutchess Co. 1799, s. 1835; wife, Fanny Duell, b. Dutchess Co. s. 1835.
Buell, Morris O., p o Sherburne, farmer, res lot 23, b. Sherburne, 1818; wife, Sarah A. Hall, b. 1824.
Bellinger, John H., p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Montgomery Co. 1847, s. 1850; wife Adelaide Cleveland, b. Smyrna.
Bullock, Diadama, farmer, daughter of Simeon and Elizabeth Merrill Bullock, who settled 1807.
Baldwin, Edgar, p o Earlville, farmer, b. Dutchess Co. 1835, s. 1867; wife, Libbie M. Miller, b. Sherburne, 1842.
Bresee, Isaac M., p o Earlville, farmer, b. Sherburne, 1824; wife, Esther A. Franklin, b. Smyrna, 1842.
Bryant, Lewis E., p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Norwich, s. 1817; wife, Mary W. Terry, b. New Berlin, 1822.
Cassels, Wm., res and p o Earlville, farmer, b. Sherburne, March 28, 1811, owns 83 acres, has been assessor; wife, Sarah A. Calkins, b. Cochecton, married Oct. 7, 1835; one child, deceased.
Cassels, Lucy, p o Earlville, b. Sherburne, s. 1821; father, James M. Cassels, b. Edinburg, Scotland, 1787, deceased; mother, Lucy Nash, b. Massachusetts, 1787, deceased.
Cook, Alonzo, p o Sherburne, farmer, res lots 23 and 24, b. Sherburne, 1812; first wife, Dorcas Case, b. North Norwich, deceased; second wife, Elnora Briggs, b. Sherburne, 1824.
Case, Reuben, p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Norwich, 1821; wife, Mary Martha Moore, b. Kingston, Upper Canada, 1821, s. 1822.
Dart, Earnest C., p o Earlville, attorney and counselor-at-law, b. Sherburne, s. 1855; father, Edward S. Dart, b. 1818; mother, Mary A. Harris, b. Sherburne.
Daniels, W. L., p o Sherburne, proprietor of Medbury House.
Foote, Samuel M., p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Connecticut, 1822, s. 1824; wife, Sarah Hartwell, b. North Norwich, 1827.
Foote, Asa, p o Sherburne, farmer, res lot 16, b. Sherburne, s. 1815; wife, Almeda Vandergrift, b. Orange Co. s. 1814.
Furman, Walter R., p o Sherburne, proprietor Furman's mills, b. New Berlin, s. 1818; first wife, Arzelia Kershaw, died 1866; second wife, Hannah M. Vail, b. New Berlin Center, 1830.
Freeman, Edmund, p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Pitcher, s. 1821; wife, Rosetta Young, b. Sherburne, 1829.
Howard, Thomas J., p o Sherburne, farmer and miller, b. Sherburne Nov. 16, 1821, owns 300 acres; wife, Catharine M. Grow, b. Sharon, Schoharie Co. married June 8, 1852; nine children.
Hart, Charles, p o Sherburne, manufacturer of stone ware, b. Holden, England, 1819, s. 1841. 1st wife, Mary Chubb, b. Fulton Oswego Co., died 1851; 2d wife, Mary A. Sherman, b. Connecticut, 1826, s. 1858.
Hartwell, Cyrus P., p o Sherburne, farmer, res lot 24, b. North Norwich, 1823; wife, Sarah J. Fisher, b. Smyrna 1827.
Huntley, Julia A., p o Sherburne, b. New London, Connecticut, 1806; husband, Ezra Huntley, b. Connecticut, 1781, s. 1810, died 1856.
Jipson, James A., p o Sherburne, livery and sale stables, b. Cortland Co. 1844, s. 1869; wife, Elizabeth Jipson, b. Chenango Co. s. 1852.
Knowles, John W., p o Earlville, farmer; father, John W. Knowles, mother, Esther Hoxie, b. R. I., 1817, s. 1822; wife, Ruth E. Browning, b. R. I. 1821, s. 1824; father, John W. Browning; mother, Bathsheba Knowles.
Kershaw, James, p o Sherburne, proprietor of Kershaw Mills, b. Madison Co. 1831, s. 1839; wife, Mary Harrison, b. England, 1831, s. 1839.
Lyman, Elijah Smith, p o Sherburne, physician 45 years' practice, b. Torrington, Conn. 1812, s. 1828.
Lyman, Henry Clay, p o Sherburne, physician, b. Sherburne, 1847; father, E. S. Lyman.
Lewis, Walter E., p o Sherburne, farmer, res lot 5, b. Otsego Co. 1824, s. 1856; wife, Susan Brown, b. Madison Co., 1830, s. 1856.
Lottridge, Wesley H., p o Sherburne, farmer, res lot 37, b. Columbus, s. 1823; wife, Dolly Cutler, b. Columbus, s. 1816.
Moak, Ephraim, p o Sherburne, res lot 13, tanner and currier and farmer, b. Sharon, N. Y. 1812, s. 1841; wife, Catharine Hiller, b. Schoharie, s. 1844.
Merrill, Damon, p o Sherburne, farmer, res lot 28, b. Plymouth, s. 1827.
Millikin, John L., p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Otsego Co. 1822, s. 1860.
Newton, Palmer, p o Sherburne, res lot 8, farmer and dairyman, b. Hamilton, 1834, s. 1849; wife, Sarah Avery, b. Sherburne, 1844, married Oct. 11, 1865.
Newton, Lucius, p o Sherburne, res quarter lots 2 and 3, farmer, b. Sherburne, 1827; 1st wife, Harriet A. Lewis, b. Connecticut, 1829, s. 1833, died June 1st, 1868; 2d wife, Gertrude G. Bigelow, b. New York city, s. 1878.
Newton, Morris, p o Earlville, farmer; parents, Harvey and Tamer Newton, b. Madison Co. 1845, s. 1866; wife, Jane Collins, b. Madison Co. s. 1866.
Pease, George W., p o Earlville, farmer; (father, Calvin Pease, mother Hannah Remington, b. Massachusetts, and s. at an early day,) b. Otselic, s. 1826; wife, Elizabeth Gardner, b. Rhode Island, 1832, s. 1841; father, William O. Gardner; mother, Mercy A. Northrup, s. 1841.
Partridge, John, p o Earlville, farmer, res lot 58, 50 acres, b. Hamilton, s. 1815; father, Hezekiah Partridge; mother, Annie Pate; 1st wife, Sophia Morgan, b. Brookfield; children 5; 2d wife, Orinda Gager, b. Guilford, 1834; children 1, b. 1858.
Plumb, Isaac, p o Sherburne, furniture dealer and justice of peace, b. New York city, 1808, s. 1842; wife, Catherine M. Grant, b. 1824, s. 1842.
Purdy, Mary M., p o Sherburne, farmer, res lot 23, b. 1830.
Poole, John Franklin, p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Madison Co. 1833; wife, Theda Foster, b. Madison Co. 1834.
Ross, Alexander, p o Sherburne, cotton manufacturer, b. Sherburne.
Rexford, Mrs. F. L., p o Sherburne.
Royce, Frederick N., p o Sherburne, farmer, parents, David G. and Eunice Royce, b. Connecticut, 1830, s. 1830; wife Bessie Comstock, b. Oneida Co. 1835.
Rees, Otto A., p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Sherburne.
Reese, Sarah, p o Sherburne, farmer, daughter of Rufus and Hannah Lucas Reese, b. Connecticut, 1837, s. 1857.
Randall, Thomas, p o Sherburne, proprietor and editor of Sherburne News.
Sexton, Tammy P., p o Sherburne, res lot 32, s. 1808, daughter of Frederick Sexton, who settled 1798, and lived to be over 90 years of age.
Smith, Samuel W., p o Sherburne, res lot 32, retired farmer, b. Sherburne, s. 1821; wife Harriet N. Champlain, b. Pitcher, s. 1821.
Smith, L. N., p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Sangerfield, Oneida Co. 1826, s. 1833; wife, Catharine Havely, b. Sherburne.
Skinner, William, p o Sherburne, farmer, b. Sherburne, 1837, wife Alvira C. Evans, born Plymouth, 1840.
Wilcox, Deforest A., p o Earlville, merchant and custom miller, b. Smyrna, s. 1831; wife, Sylvia T. Skerritt, b. Smyrna, s. 1837, married Dec. 30, 1860.
Youngs, William F., p o Earlville, farmer, b. Sherburne, 1832, wife Sarah A. Shaw, b. New Salem, Mass. married May 31, 1851.


Smyrna


Brown, Amenzo R., p o Smyrna, farmer and dealer in all kinds of pumps and water pipes, b. Edmeston, Otsego Co. August, 1841, s. April 1, 1867, owns 30 acres; wife, Mary A. Brand, b. Leonardsville, Madison Co. married August 22, 1860; 4 children.
Bartlet, Seth M., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Delaware Co. s. 1872.
Billings, Harlow, p o Earlville, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1857.
Billings, Solomon T., p o Earlville.
Basset, W. W., p o Smyrna, lawyer, b. Smyrna, 1860.
Brooks, Thomas, p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Otsego Co. s. 1828.
Cleveland, L. B., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Smyrna, Oct. 25, 1848, owns 340 acres; wife, __, b. 1846, married Dec. 14, 1869; 3 children.
Chapman, Simon S., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Rensselaer Co. s. 1808.
Chafey, S., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1805.
Dimmick, F. E., p o Smyrna, is justice of the peace, b. Connecticut, s. 1833.
Dixon, Herbert M., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. __.
Eccleston, Frank E., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1854.
Field, William M., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Chenango Co. 1822.
Lawrence, G. E., p o Smyrna, physician and postmaster, b. Smyrna.
Miller, Lyman, p o Plymouth, farmer, s. Chenango Co. 1821.
Munson, George A., p o Smyrna, publisher of the Smyrna Citizen during 1875-6, after which the material was sold to a firm in Earlville. It was the only paper ever published in Smyrna.
Phillips, Denison, p o Ireland's Mills, farmer and mechanic b. Chenango Co. 1809.
Powers, H. N., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Dutchess Co. s. 1815.
Simms, Jared B., p o Smyrna, farmer, fruit grower and hop raiser, b. Smyrna, June 19, 1831, owns 130 acres; first wife, Cordelia Butts, b. Smyrna, married March 14, 1855; second wife, Mahala Fredenburgh, married July 10, 1864; 5 children.
Stanton, Gilbert, p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Madison Co. 1833.
Stack, Michael, p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Ireland, s. 1849.
Sherman, Clinton, p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Chenango Co. 1838.
Stack, Thomas E., p o Smyrna, physician, b. Ireland.
Sprague, Ervin N., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Smyrna, 1824.
Tuttle, Stephen, p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1814.
Tobey, Mrs. L. P., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Smyrna, 1830.
Wilber, Platt, p o Smyrna, farmer and business agent, b. Chenango Co. 1815.
Wilbur, I. M., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1822.
Wattles, William C., p o Smyrna, farmer and mechanic, b. Chenango Co. s. 1814.
Weaver, John S., p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1858.
Willcox, Walter G., p o Smyrna, undertaker and mechanic, b. Smyrna, 1859.
Wilcox, Mrs. Maria, p o Smyrna, farmer, b. Otselic, s. 1825.


Otselic


Brown, George M., p o Otselic Center, farmer, b. Otselic, 1858.
Buckingham, Joel, p o Otselic, farmer and dairyman, b. Otselic, 1816.
Bishop, John, p o Otselic, retired farmer, b. Smyra, s. 1812.
Brownell, S. F., p o South Otselic, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1812.
Calvert, William, p o Otselic Center, farmer, b. McDonough, s. 1866.
Fowler, P. S., p o Otselic, farmer, b. Otselic, 1812.
Grover, Benjamin E., p o Otselic Center, farmer, b. Otselic, s. 1823.
Humphrey, Theron, p o Otselic Center, farmer, b. Otsego Co. s. 1869.
Hakes, George, p o Pitcher, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1815.
Jameson, J. T., p o South Otselic, physician and surgeon, b. England, s. 184_.
Kinney, T., p o Otselic, farmer, b. Otselic, 1871.
Lee, Dwight, p o South Otselic, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1833.
Mason, James I., p o Otselic, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1875.
Miner, Elizabeth, p o South Otselic, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1849.
Miner, Simeon, p o South Otselic, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1818.
Miller, Lewis, p o Beaver Meadow, farmer and mechanic, b. Chenango Co. s. 1866.
Preston, Hiram, p o South Otselic, farmer, b. Otselic, 1811.
Pitts, Samuel T., p o Otselic Center, farmer, b. Otselic, s. 1819.
Purdie, A. J. N., p o Otselic, physician and surgeon, b. New York, s. 1830.
Reynolds, Towner, p o South Otselic, farmer, b. Otselic, 1804.
Sibley, Aaron, p o Otselic Center, farmer, b. Otsego Co. s. 1869.
Soule, William H., p o Otselic Center, farmer, b. Otselic, s. 1877.
Stodard, A. Y., p o Otselic Center, mechanic, b. Otselic, s. 1840.
Soule, Calvin, p o Otselic Center, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1805.
Tuttle, A. D., p o Otselic, mechanic, b. Smyrna, s. 1865.


Lincklaen

Albro, Albert D., p o North Pitcher, farmer and peddler, b. Chenango Co. s. 1860.
Burdick, Norman G., p o Lincklaen Center, farmer, born Lincklaen, March 5, 1836, owns 264 acres; wife, Mary Woodruff, b. Whitney's Point, N. Y. married Feb. 27 1860; two children.
Burdick, Benjamin S., res Burdick Settlement, p o Lincklaen Center, farmer and shoemaker, b. German, now Lincklaen, March 14, 1811, owns 22 acres, is clerk and trustee of the Lincklaen seventh day Baptist society; 1st wife, Esther C. Spicer, b. Houndsfield, Jefferson Co. Sept. 15, 1818, married Sept. 1, 1841; 2d wife, Luanna Burdick, b. Plainfield, Otsego Co. married Dec. 29, 1846; two children.
Baker, Jane, p o Lincklaen, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1852.
Bennett, Alfred D., p o Lincklaen, farmer, b. New York, s. 1859.
Champion, Robert D., p o Lincklaen, farmer and pensioner, b. Chenango Co. s. 1865.
Cartright, Lucy A., p o Lincklaen Center, farmer, b. New York.
Coon, S. S., p o Lincklaen Center, retired farmer, b. New York.
Coon, Clark, p o North Pitcher, farmer, b. New York, s. 1797.
Dillow, Albert, p o South Otselic, farmer and mechanic, b. Chenango Co. s. 1836.
Edwards, George S., p o Lincklaen, manuf'r of Butter and cheese, b. New York, s. 1835.
Lord, James S., p o South Otselic, farmer and supervisor, b. New York.
Main, Harrison, p o Lincklaen Center, farmer, b. New York.
Miller, Ambrose H., p o DeRuyter, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1832.
Sawyer, J. W., p o Lincklaen, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1875.
Sweet, Waity J., p o DeRuyter, farmer, b. New York.
Truman, Nathan, p o North Pitcher, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1858.
Thompson, Aaron, p o North Pitcher, farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1812.
Wilcox, Andrew J., p o Lincklaen, farmer, b. Lincklaen, Sept. 9, 1834, owns 56 acres; wife, Delina B. Spaulding, b. DeRuyter, married May 24, 1872; three children.
Wolcott, Martin P., p o DeRuyter, retired farmer, b. Chenango Co. s. 1820.
Wells, J. R., p o Lincklaen Center, farmer, Chenango Co. s. 1837.


Submitted by:
Bainbridge - Mary Gilbert-Hall - January 28, 2003
Coventry - Mary Gilbert-Hall - February 18, 2003
Transcribed by:
Columbus, German, Greene - Mary Hafler - July 14, 2005
Guilford - Tim Stowell - November 15, 2004
McDonough, New Berlin, North Norwich, Norwich, Oxford, Pharsalia, Pitcher, Plymouth - Mary Hafler - July 14, 2005
Preston - Tim Stowell - November 16, 2004
Smithville, Sherburne, Smyrna, Otselic and Lincklaen - Mary Hafler - July 14, 2005
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