2001 --These pages are part of the Schuyler co., NY genweb page.  Not for commercial use.
Photographs not to be used without permission of the owner/photographer.
 
 

c.1895 Beaver Dams Quilt
List of ~800 Names from the Quilt

Methodist Episcopal Church of Beaver Dams







THE DIMON QUIILT
    "In about 1895 the ladies of the Beaver Dams Methodist Episcopal Church decided to build a church parlor and dining area.  This quilt was one of the projects undertaken to raise money for it.  Each person whose name appears on either a hub or spoke of the wheel design paid a certain fee to have his or her name there on.
    When the quilt was completed [in about 1897-98] a Harvest Supper was held in a small hall over the railroad depot [& over the Dilmore workshop], and the quilt was sold at auction.  The highest bidder was Jerome DIMON, proprietor of the "DIMON House" the only hotel in town.
    Years passed and the hostelry was sold, and the DIMON family scattered.  Benjamin Franklin DIMON, the only son, was the last to leave, taking with him his "talisman" - this quilt - which had been handed down through his family.  He never divulged his business except that he yearly crossed the Atlantic Ocean and circled the Mediterranean Sea.  After making a call at Washington D.C., he made a short visit to friends in the Beaver Dams area, then on to California, this quilt always with him.  [Note:  this could be "Bill" DIMON of California who traveled abroad frequently & was involved in the circus business.]    [see additional genealogy notes, below]
    When old age overtook him and his health began to fail, he made his final trip to his birthplace and left this quilt with Bertha SEAMAN BERRY.  Bertha in turn left it with Allie ROLOSON MOORE so it could be said that 'He had brought it back to Beaver Dams as it always had him.'
    In 1978 this quilt was presented to the Beaver Dams Old Home Day Association by Allie MOORE, to be placed with other memorabilia of days gone by in Beaver Dams.  It was decided by members of the Association to encase this memento under glass to be displayed in the church parlor for all interested persons to study and enjoy."
[Copied from the sign in the center of the display.]

The following is a listing of the names found on the quilt.  Family members or relatives were sometimes grouped together on a wheel, so the names are grouped here as they appeared in each wheel design.  The wheels are numbered, but not in any particular order.  One of the oldest people respresented on the quilt was born in 1805.

Photography & typing was done by Irene C. Johnson.
Some of the embroidery was hard to read, so there may be errors; have a look at the photos & email Linda if you have corrections.  Click on the number to see a close-up of each wheel.
 

*1
CENTER
Flo. B. CURTIS
J. W. DEE
M. N. WEED
Mrs. T. G/C. BEECHER

SPOKES
E. L. BEECHER
Clara BRONSON
Frank L. BRONSON or BROWNS
Ray TOMPKINS
W. S. McCORD
H. B. or H. D.  WEY
H. H. BICKFORD
Mrs. Mark  BICKFORD
Anna WOODWARD
Err BEECHER
Mrs. Mark BEECHER
Mark A. BEECHER
Florence BEECHER
Leroy GUILE or GRILE
Frank SEYGE or SERGE
Chas. W. RICE
Mrs. C. W. RICE

*2
CENTER
A. S. ROGERS
O. J/S. VINCENT
R. R. RAYMOND

SPOKES
Ea McLUSKEY
Mrs. J. M. GREIG
Mr. G. S. BAILEY
E. H. ROSE
D. C.  BURNHAM
S. W. HILL
Gertrude LEFLER
Mrs. G. S. BAILEY
A. D. GAYLEY
J. S. BUDD
David ROGERS
Jno. A. LAWRENCE
N. N. DUFOL or DAFOE
J. C. WEATON
Mrs. Ea McLUSKEY
J. L/S. CRINER or CRAMER

*3
CENTER
Mrs. A. HAYWOOD
E. HAYWOOD
Mr. A. HAYWOOD

SPOKES
Stasia BRADLEY
Annie RAFFERTY
Lila RAFFERTY
J. W. HARWOOD or HAYWOOD
G/C. HARWOOD or HAYWOOD
Lizzie HARWOOD or HAYWOOD
C. SICKELS
J. F. HARWOOD or HAYWOOD
W. S. HARWOOD or HAYWOOD
Stella J. WOLF
H. F. JEFFERS
Zillah B. DUNCAN
Mr. and Mrs. H. JEFFERS
Mr. and Mrs. F. HOEFFEL
L.H. KENYON
Mr. and Mrs. RAFFERTY

*4
CENTER
POST CREEK W.C.T.U.   [Women's Christian Temperence Union]
             - with a bow design stitched under it
J. W. SAVORY

SPOKES
Edith SAVORY
Nina JACKSON
Mrs. WOLEVER
Will. LANE
Stella LANE
Mrs. EATON
Edna EATON
J. H. FERENBAUGH
Bessie ALLEN
Mrs. BUCHER
Mrs. J. FERENBAUGH
Mrs.  FLANDERS or FLANCER
Mrs. KERRICK
Rev. D. STOKER
Mrs. D. STOKER
Mrs. W. SAVORY

*5
CENTER
Lena Florence VOSBURGH
George W. HARWOOD

SPOKES
Mrs. L. VANDERMARK
Maud VANDERMARK
Grace V. BOWNER
Mr. J. RICHEY
Mrs. J. RICHEY
Arrilla COOK
Mr. E. WOOD
Mrs. E. WOOD
J. C. SALISBURY
Mr. W. DUVALL
Mrs. W. DUVALL
Earl DEYOE or DEVOE
A. P. VOSBURG
Mrs. A. P. VOSBURG
Victor VOSBURG
C. F. VANDERMARK

*6
CENTER
O. H. GILBERT
J. W. VIGAR
C. Arthur WITT

SPOKES
G. D. WIXSON
Dennis SCHUYLER
Ellen SCHUYLER
Mrs. H. MOORE
Ed. ANTHONY
Carrie ANTHONY
Mildred C. FERO
Hazel L. FERO
Annie MOORE
William WHITFORD
Mrs. H. F. LANE
Mrs. C. A. FERO
H. D. GIFFORD
M. D. DEYOE or DEFOE
E. H. PANGBORNE
Burnett STEVENS

*7
CENTER
Matie J. HOLLAND
B. H. JUDSON
Judith ROLOSON Age 90 yrs.

SPOKES
Allie ROLOSON
Arthur TYLEE or TYLER
Lela E. OVERHISER
J. S. GOULD
Susan ROLOSON
E. H. DODGE
Charles LOLL or LALL
C. C. ROLOSON
Maude ROLOSON
Mrs. M. ROLOSON
O. S. COLE
Nellie E. KLECKLEN
L. K. ROLOSON
Burt LOOMIS or COOMIS
Arthur KENDALL
Elba DEAN or Elly BEAR

*8
CENTER
Lima G/E. DALTON
L. W. HALL
A. G. LOUK

SPOKES
Adela CLARK
Cora LOUK
Mable LOUK
Allie LOUK
L. J. THOMPSON
Carrie M. HALL
Frank HUFF
Walter BULLOCK or BALLOU E
Nelly LEE
Maude WEAVER
J. C. BULLOCK or BULLUK
L. M. BRINK  72
H. S. PATTERSON
A. D. PATTERSON
Annie PATTERSON
Malinda CLARK

*9
CENTER
F. H. LEE
B. M. COLE
G. W. JUDSON

SPOKES
C.H. SMITH
J. J. KNIFFIN
Samuel HELMS
J. L. GOULD
A. B. THOMPSON
J. N. LUCY
S. L. DOUD
J. D. MALLORY   -  a descendant (Mallory Smith) writes that this must be Judson Dilizon MALLORY
                                               b. 10 Mar 1844 in  Burdett, Schuyler Co, NY, d. 2 Mar 1921, married 26 Jan 1876
                                               to Flora ELY; they had son Wm. Aaron MALLOY (1879-1899).  J.D. MALLORY was
                                               son of Aaron Ebenezer MALLORY & Alice Genet BEARDSLEY.
W. J. ALLEN
J. B. VANDUSEN
F. A. ROY Jr.
O. S. COLER
Lettie WILCOX
F. L. MALLORY  - Mallory Smith also writes that this must be Frank L. MALLORY  b. 24 Apr 1879 in
                                            Alpine, NY, d. 1941, married (1) Celia WHITFORD, 5 Nov 1879, Chambers, NY &
                                            married (2) on Feb 1940, Marie Brennan LOVE.   F. L. MALLORY was son of Minor
                                            H. MALLORY 29 Nov 1855 - 19 Jan 1940, & Etta H. SWICK  4 Jul 1858 - 1926, age 68.
                                            Some members of this family were buried in Beaver Dams Cemetery.  F.L. MALLORY
                                            is grandson of Aaron Ebenezer MALLORY & Alice Genet BEARDSLEY.

F. G. or H. G. FITZWATER
C. H. SMITH
A. L. WILCOX

*10
CENTER
John SMITH M.D.
Mrs. Nancy COLE
Ella BRONSON

SPOKES
Sarah ROLOSON
B. L. ROCKWELL or RICKNELL
Frank  ROCKWELL or RICKNELL
Dean SEAMAN
Ida DIMON
Flo B. CURTIS
J. G. PUTMAN
M. W. ALLEN
Andrew MAURER or MAUREY
Abraham MARKS
Menlo (Menzo) BOWMAN
E. H. KENYON
C. H. BERLNGAME
Homer CHAPMAN
G. M. DEWITT
Mrs. G. M. DEWITT

*11
CENTER
Charles LEE
J. LINSLEY
Mrs. PAYNE

SPOKES
Maud CLARK
Carrie GOULD
John  CAYWOOD
Mrs. E. DAVIDSON
Emly LEE
Nina ALLISON
Willie ALLISON
Lottie DEE
Betsy DEE
Ralph GOUNDRY
Ells BLY
Myers  GOULD
Mark GOUNDRY or YOUNDRY
Viola STORM
Mrs. W. D. STEVENS
Robie STEVENS

*12
CENTER
Mrs. O’DALLON
Miss. Emeline TOYYEY
Rev. O. O. ALLEN

SPOKES
Mrs. Orrie HOWELL
Grant “T” JONES
Bessie ALLEN
Rev. C. F. ALLEN
Mrs. C. F. ALLEN
Mrs. D. H. ALLEN
D. H. ALLEN
Rev. E. L. BROOKER
Mrs. E. L. BROOKER
Ruth BROOKER
Mary BROOKER
Albert BROOKER
Earl Edna BROOKER
Doc. O.F. BOWNAM and Mrs. O. F. BOWMAN
Mrs. Orrie OWEN
Mrs. Olive HOWELL

*13
CENTER
COLE and MATHEWS Druggist, Corning, N.Y.

SPOKES
S. L. WOOLEVR
Carrie WOOLEVER
A. FROST
E. S. FROST
Mary E. COLE
H. T. COLETJ
Mrs. Mary COLE ae 88
Lucy WASSON
Adaline COLE
Walter WASSON
Edna HARWOOD
Grace H. COLE
Chas. COLE
W. M. WHITFORD
Walter WASSON

*14
CENTER
Mrs. J. L. COLE
Rev. J. L. COLE
M. N. WEED

SPOKES
J. HILDEBRANDT
W. S. NEWCOMB
G. W. WALKER
Mrs. Sarah ROCKWELL
Bertha COLE
Frank COLE
Grace COLE
Lulu or Lula COLE
Pearl COLE
Helen COLE
Mrs. Eva MILLER
Mary  MALLORY
Mac.  PALMER
W. L. CARSON
Leon WALKER
Albert WALKER

*15
CENTER
Henry WELLER
I./L. W. FERO
Henry FERO

SPOKES
Ella FERO
Nelly FERO
Elsy FERO
Lena PHELPS
Rhoda FERO
Minnie PHELPS
Hattie YOUNGS
Ray YOUNGS
Melvin or Melvia YOUNGS
Marg or Mara BEARDSLEY
Asa PHELPS
Mrs. Ella MOORE
Mrs. Henry WELLER
Clayton SAYLOR
Milton OLMSTED
Esther S. OLMSTED

*16
CENTER
Dr. G. W. LANE
Mrs. G. W. Lane
Harry Miller

SPOKES
Frank LEE
Emily LEE
Mary LEE
Frank ROCKWELL
Charlie LEE
Asa ALLISON
Fred SMITH
Will HARWOOD
Ed HARWOOD
Sarah STURDEVANT
Will  VIGER
Frank COON
Nell RUSCO
Clayton R. LANE
Richard ROGERS
Doll

*17
CENTER
S. A. PALMER
N. W. VINTON
Mrs. and Mrs. RUDINE?

SPOKES
Minnie MYERTRON
Mr. and Mrs. BEEBEE
Ann SANGER
Julia NOYES
C. T. HOLMER
Sarah P. HAMMER
Mary A. HAMMER
A. P. TENBROECK
M. J. HARRINGTON
J. McBURNEY
Nina  VANDERHOFF
J. H. VANDERHOFF
T. M. MURPHY
Mary McBURNEY
C. W. VAN VAHIET
A. H. GETHIM

*18

CENTER
Maline or Malina STEVENS
George STEVENS
Edward STEVENS

SPOKES
Winifred STEVENS
Mrs. T/F. L. SHERMAN
Chas. STEVENS
Cynthia SHURMAN or SHERMAN
Mary CAMPBELL
Curt SHERMAN
Frank SHERMAN
O. J. SANFORD
Cora or Eva SANFORD
O. C. SMITH
Cora BENNETT
Genevive MATHEWS
Agnes MATHEWS
Mrs. F. FILKINS
Chas. SMITH
Norma COLE

*19

CENTER
Robt. J. ALLISON
E. P. BOND
Fred HAISCHER

SPOKES
Mrs. Henry COPE
Grace WOOD
L. A. FENNER
D. M. DIMON
Mrs. S. ATWOOD
Mr. S. ATWOOD
W. M. PERRIGO
A. M. PIERCE
Mrs. D. C. ROGERS M
Mrs. F. HAISCHER
O. T/J. P.
E. T/J. P.
Mrs. M. GREIG
James McGUIRK
C. J. WATSON
J. A. WILBER or HILBER

*20
CENTER
John CAYWOOD
J. W/N. VIGAR
Will ROBINSON

SPOKES
Elsa BLY
Nellie BLY
Will HARWOOD
George LEE
Will SICKLES
Ed. KENT
Cora COMPTON
Mark GOUNDRY
Frank COON
Nelson RUSCO
Mrs. N. RUSCO
Baxter RUSCO
Asa ALLISON
Ella ALLISON
Geo. JOHNSON
Emma JOHNSON

*21
CENTER
Melvin P. ROLOSON 1897
Susannna BENSON
Alida ELLIS

SPOKES
Nelly or Neily DAYO or DEVO
Ina E. STOUT
Fred N. TUCKER
Seward CADY or CODY
Stephen KELLOGG
J. M. SECORD
Bert PERSONIUS
Fred VanVENT
D. HAVENS
Emily VICKERS
S. S. ? FLENCH
Earl DEYOE or DEVOE
Inez DEYO or DEJO
Dellia DUVALL
Rose F. WRIGHT
John O. BATES

*22
CENTER
James BURCH
Dry Goods   Watkins   NY
J. B. McCREEVY or McCREERY
Mary BURCH

SPOKES
Mrs. E. PARKER
Dora MUNTS or MURTA  (with 2 dots over the "U")
B. C. FRANKLIN
"5 cts"
WATKINS  NY
Dean COLE
Mary ROLLINSON
Samuel ROLLINSON
E. Beulah PIERCE or PRINCE
Asa  SKINNER
Mrs. A. C. KIDNEY
C. E. SKINNER
I. A. KRUSEK ?
G.  H. DIMON
Briget MOLOY
J. D. DIMON

*23
CENTER
B. C. MOORE
W. I.  McCREERY
Letha COGER       [Patricia Coger Goodridge of Elmira, NY writes that Letha was the daughter of
                                Carrie Anthony & Frank Henry Coger who lived in Corning where all (including
                                Letha) are buried in the Coger family plot in Hope Cemetery.]
E. V. MOORE

SPOKES
Emmett BUTTS
Mrs. E. BUTTS
Don ANTHONY
Leon ANTHONY
Bessie ANTHONY
Mrs. D. ANTHONY
Miss. Marg or May SCOBY or SEELY
Bryant ANTHONY
L. H. VANDERHOFF
Wilma McCREERY
Mrs. E. LATON
Chas. LATON (?)
Mrs. J. ANTHONY
Mrs. L. STEVENS
Mrs. T. T. DUNN ?
Mrs. M. BREESE

*24
CENTER
J. E. ANTHONY
Alice ANTHONY
Myra BUCK
Wm. EATON

SPOKES
Mary BARTHOLOMEW
George L. BUCK
A. M. MENKEL
Mrs. A. MENKEL
Jennie MENKEL
Wm. FINERAN Jr.
Nelle BUCK or BUCH
Pearl CRUM
Nora KENT
Mrs. C. H. BUCK
M. CRUM
Mrs. M. CRUM
Ada CRUM
J. WELSHMAN
Mrs. L. BRUSH
Lena BUCK

*25
CENTER
Trunie E. OVERHISER
F. B. TUCKER
Mrs. E. B. TUCKER

SPOKES
Catherine MOORE
Cora ACKERMAN
Mrs. S. A. SPOONER
Mrs. M. KENDALL
Mrs. E. V. MOORE
Leon E. MOORE
Eva McLUSKEY
Fred E. WALKER
Mrs. Fred E. WALKER
Mrs. Jessie McCANN
L.  DIMON
E. O. GOSELINE
M. W. NAUGHTON
Charlotte DIMON
J. M. ROLOSON
Mrs. J. M. ROLOSON

*26
CENTER
E.E. COLE
Glora OVERHIESER
Dennis DORMAN

SPOKES
Ola TUCKER
Clyde DEWITT
Jessie LEWIS
Lea OVERHIESER
Addie COLE
Ollie LAMB
Lilly WILL
Ed LAKE
Fannie OVERHIESER
Will SCOTT
Lorine FEAGLES
George HUTCHINSON
John  VOSBURGH

*27(hard to read)
CENTER
Mrs. H. D. KELSEY
Mrs. M. SAVORY age 80
F. ROLOSON

SPOKES
Mrs. M. OVERHISER
Mrs. E.  D_S_T (?)
Edith STERLING
Rena SAVORY
Ermine? SESSIONS
Leonard NORTHROP ?
Russ STEVENS ?
(F)annie ST--ELL?
Leon or Leah HALL ?
C. HALL
Spencer NORTHRUP
______  SHERMAN ?
Bertha? _____ ?
Bessie N_____ ?
Cora BUCK ?
Mrs. D. ROGERS

*28
CENTER
Mrs. C. M. TERWILLIGER
O. J. VINCENT
Julius FRANK
J. H. TERWILLIGER

SPOKES
J. M. GREIG
Leon ELLIS
Leda ELLIS
Geo. ELLIS
D. J. COLE
D. B. TERWILLIGER
Olive TERWILLIGER
Lillie TERWILLIGER
Harrison TERWILLIGER
C. M. TERWILLIGER
C. A. TERWILLIGER
C. W. WOODWARD
D. L. SMITH
Mrs. D. L. SMITH
E. F. BUTLER
B. EBSTEIN

*29
CENTER
J. W. DEE
Clara BEECHER
Mr. & Mrs. J. WILSON
Mrs. D. I/L. SMITH
M. MOORE

SPOKES
Mahlon G. ROLOSON
Arthur LOUGHRIDGE
Mary LOUGHRIDGE
Geo.  MALONE KNAPP
Willie DIMON
A. ROLOSON
John COOK
G. J/A. PERSONIUS
Mrs. Mahlon  G. ROLOSON
Eleanor COOK
Mary ROLSON
Deliliah M. DOBBS
Frank HEBE
M. A. DENSON
Geo. C. DENSON
Maude HEBE

*30
CENTER
J. L. GOULD
J. E. COMFORT
F. GOULD

SPOKES
Char.  VOSBURG
Cora LEE
Myer S. GOULD
Willard  GOULD
Mark GOUNDRY
H. W. MARSH
Hugh MARSH
Nancy PHILPS
Grace BEARDSLEY
Bella ROSE
Mrs. Bella ROSE
Cora COMFORT
George HAM
Mrs. George HAM
Almond GOULD
B. VOSBUGH

*31
CENTER
Cynthia SHERMAN or SHEWMAN
E. E. JOHNSON
Mrs. M. E. DARBY

SPOKES
Fred MOORE
Ed A. SHULMAN or SHELMAN
Edna or Edith M. SHULMAN or SHELMAN
Grace BEARDSLEY
Mrs. D. SEAMAN
Mrs. M. SCHUYLER
Mark SCHUYLER
D. A. BEARDSLEY
Mrs. D. BEARDSLEY
Shermie BEARDSLEY
Lewis BEARDSLEY
Merle ESAN or EGAN
Myrtle BEARDSLEY
Florence EGAN
L/I. L. GOULD
Mer MAURER

*32
CENTER
John HUNGERFORD
Wm. QUINLIVAN
Merrick KENDALL

SPOKES
Herbert BRUSH
Mrs. BEARDSLEY
Wash. [Washington] CROUT
Mrs. W. CROUT [nee Sarah CRONK]
J. HOXSIE
Bert WIGHTMAN
Mrs. E. C. ROBERTS
Henry WELLER
Fred HARMON
Maggie HARMON
Mr. E. McLUSKEY
Mrs. E. McLUSKEY
Mr. J. W. BAILEY [John]
Mrs. J. W. BAILEY [nee Arillia BUMP]
Susan BUMP
Mrs. Eug(ene) _______  (cut off)

*33
CENTER
F. S. JACKSON P.H.D.
Fred WALTER
W. H. MYER

SPOKES
R. F. JACKSON
Catherine FERRIS
Henry H. FERRIS
Kate WHITNEY
E. H. WHITNEY
S. A. O’CONNOR
Mable LEDAR
J. L. JACKSON
9? MARKS
Barbara OLER
J. W. MYER
Emma G. MYER
Sadie SHORT
Donald R. DUNKLE
Frank S. DUNKLE  WILCOX HOTEL
Emma J. DUNKLE

*34
CENTER
M. J. HACKETT
J. W. DEE
Mrs. A. MAURER

SPOKES
Mary A. COLE
Mrs. M. SAVORY
Olo TUCKER
Frances MAURER
O/D. E. WEDGWOOD  [WEDGEWOOD]
Emma WEDGWOOD
Ed E. MAURER
Martha MILLER
Martha WEDGWOOD
Arailia M. BROWN?
Nancy BAILEY
W. F. WEDGWOOD
George W. HARWOOD
E. C. KENYON
Litt BENNET
Grace CHAMBERS

*35
CENTER
Cora ACKERMAN
Err LAYTON
Henry PHELPS

SPOKES
Mrs. HAYNES
Mary  PHELPS
Anna PHELPS
Bertha SAYLER
Minnie LAYTON
Anna LAYTON
Loren V. MOORE
Chas. STEVENS
Celestia STEVENS
Orin STEVENS
Thena PHELPS
Edna PHELPS
Henry V. HAAS
Sara G. HAAS
Helen  E. HAAS
F. W. SESSIONS or J. W. SESSIONS

*36
CENTER
M. J. HACKETT
W. C. OWEN
Ida DIMON

SPOKES
Mrs. H. MILLER
E. STEVENS
Mrs. M. MOORE
W. CUMMINGS
E. O . GOSELINE
M. W. NAUGHTON
Mrs. D. C. PAYNE
J. DIMON
Floyd ROLOSON
Mrs. Floyd ROLOSON
Warren THAYER
D. C. PAYNE
Bertha VOSBURG
Mrs. J. W. RICHEY
E. E. COLE
Mrs. E.  E. COLE

*37
CENTER
G. W. LANE M. D.
E. Claire BARKER or BONKER
Emeline HILTON
Chas. BURK

SPOKES
Jacob LOCKE?
R. T. SPERRY
A. J. ABBEY
Wm. M. PELLET
M. B. HUEY
Mrs. Mary A CRIPPEN
"Bicycle"
L. R. CRIPPEN
I. W/H. WOOD
Phoebe ROPER
Picture of a bicycle
Ella MILLER
Guy FARRINGTON
Emma L. NEWCOMB
D. S. COLE
Alex G. FROST

*38
CENTER
Cora DRAKE
Willie DIMON
M. MESOS or MOSES ?

SPOKES
M. N. WEED
Bertha SEAMAN
Chas. WEED
Mrs. N. WOODARD
Celia WHITFORD
Mrs. T. or J. DIMON
W. W. HORTON
W. S. COON
Mr. J. LOCKWOOD
Jennie COOK
Mr. MERRICK
Mrs. Wm. McCONNELL
Elisa PUTNAM
Jerome DIMON
Eli EVELETT
Elsie PUTMAN

*39
CENTER
F. F. BUTLER
M. KENDALL
Mrs. E. SAVORY

SPOKES
Mr. L? STEVENS
Mrs. D. ANTHONY
Mr. D. ANTHONY
Mr. C. E. COLEMAN
Mrs. C. E. COLEMAN
Mrs. N. COLEMAN
Miss E. HOLBART
Hatie TYLEE
Mrs. J. JACKSON
Mrs. K. ANTHONY
Mrs. A. ANTHONY
Mrs. L. MANNING
Gary MALLARY
Clark VanDOREN
George HOLDEN
Carry MALLORY

*40
CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Rev. J. R.  ROBINSON

SPOKES
Mrs. W. A. SMITH
W. A. SMITH
Mary MOXCEY
Ella SHAW
James  VANRICK
Mrs. James VANRICK
John ROBINSON
George WILLOVER
Mrs. WILLOVER
Stella BROWN
Mrs. J. BUTCHER
Emma  COLH--AMION?
(I.C.) Y. N. RBARLS
Celis COMPTON
E. C. ROH-VTS?
Mrs. E. SMI?

*41
CENTER
Mrs. C. M. TERWILLIGER
Wesley WOODRUFF
Mrs. Frank CORWIN or ERWIN?

SPOKES
Mr. C. MERCHANT
Mr. T. T. DALTON
Mrs. T. T. DALTON
Ed McLUSKEY
E. C. KENYON
Mrs. E. C. KENYON
Elmer KENYON
Ervin KENYON
Julia KENYON
Chauncey KENYON
C. M. TERWILLIGER
Frank LAYTON
Susie LAYTON
Mary E. LAYTON
Kathleen LAYTON
Mrs. F. E. MERCHANT

*42
CENTER
Ladies Aid Society,
Beaver Dams,
NY,
1897-98,
M.E. Church

SPOKES
[probably initials of the Ladies Aid Society members;
the handwriting was hard to read at times so there may be errors; see the photo.]
C. E. S. & S. L. S.
H. G. C. & S. A. R.
C. I/J. B. & M. E. L.
M. I/J. K. & A. T/J. M. & E. S.
F. P. S. & K. M. S.
S. L. M. & C. M. V.
I. M. D. & A. C. V?
E. C. R. & C. M. A. & A. A.
B. A. J. & C. B. T.
H. A. M. & M. K. U/W.
S. C. R. & E. S. M.
E. T. M. & M. J. L. & C. W/N.
B. A/C. J. & F. R. L.
L. A. C. & M. P. B.
R. A. H. & A. M. A.
D. W/N. R. & H. M. L. & E. M.

Charles Diman  writes:
- Jerome was son of Nathaniel DIMON b. bef. 1796  East Hampton, Suffolk, NY, d. Abt 1866, Wellsville, Allegany, NY
& his wife Bathsheba NIVER d. 5/27/1840 in Groton, Tompkins, NY.
- Jerome DIMON b. abt. 1831 in Groton, Tompkins, NY (J.D. Dimon, J Dimon & Jerome Dimon on quilt) ,
- Jerome's first wife was Emily (not on Quilt), their son was George (G.H. Dimon on quilt, died young?).
- Jerome's second marriage to Derinda M (D.M. Dimon & Mrs. Dimon on quilt), their son was
Benjamin Franklin Dimon (not on quilt), daughters were Charlotte S.,& Ida A and
second son William B (Willie of quilt), he apparently died young.
- Ida had a daughter Leora S Dimon (L. Dimon on the quilt) before she married Frank Stowell.
 DIMON Time line:
1860: Wellsville, Allegany, New York, Occupation: Hotel Keeper
1870: no census record.
1880: PA (both daughters born there), no census record.
1900: Dix, Schuyler, New York
1910: Dix, Schuyler, New York, Widowed, With Daughter Ida A Stowell.
 
Thus far, Benjamin Franklin Dimon can not be found on any census.
 
This branch of the Dimon family is called, by some, the Tompkins county branch (the first place they
settled after leaving Long Island).  It spread through Upstate NY & northern PA before dispersing to
OH, IL, IA, KS, MT, CA, etc.
[Charles Diman is a Member of APG & self proclaimed genealogist for the
Descendants of Thomas Diament of East Hampton, Suffolk, NY.
Names in the study include: Dimon, Diman, Diament, Deming,
Demming, Dimond, and Diamond. All are derivatives of Diament.]



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