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The 
Coddington Family 



RECORDS OF ONE LINE OF 

THE DESCENDANTS OF JOHN CODDINGTON 

OF WOODBRIDGE, N.J. 

WITH NOTES ON ALLIED FAMILIES 



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By Rev. Herbert Gi Coddington, D. D. 



SYRACUSE, N. Y. 

1907 



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LIMITED EDITION 

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Copyrighted 1907, by Herbert G. Coddington. 






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The Coddington Family. 

THE NAME. 

The name Coddington probably comes from Cotentin, a 
promontory of Normandy. It is found in various forms (Coding- 
ton, Codinton, Codyngton, Coddington, De Codyngton, etc.), 
in the English records as far back as 1200. 

"The component parts of this name (Codrington) are all 
Saxon, viz., Cod, a wallet or husk of any grain; ring, a ring- 
and ton, a town; but from these with the help even of the most 
fanciful imagination we can collect nothing satisfactory respect- 
ing its etymology." — Playfair's British Family Antiquity, vol. 
6, p. 801. 



ORIGIN OF THE FAMILY. 

"From Philip, younger son of David de Malpas, descends 
the famous knightly family of the Egertons, who took the name 
from the place of their residence, as others of this family from Cot- 
grave, Overton, Codington, Golborn, places where they lived." — 
(Britannia, by Wm. Camden, enlarged by Richard Gough, vol. Ill , 
p. 41.) 



One Line of the Descendants of 

John Coddington 

Of Woodbridge, N. J. 

The town of Woodbridge, 1 N. J., was settled 1666-7, chiefly 
by persons coming from Rhode Island and Massachusetts. The 
name "Woodbridge" was given to it in honor of the Rev. John 
Woodbridge, who was the pastor of some of the settlers when they 
lived at Newbury, Mass. Gov. Win. Coddington 2 of Rhode 
Island was one of the original purchasers of Monmouth County, 
which at first included Woodbridge, but he did not come to New 
Jersey and it is not known that any of his children or grandchild- 
ren settled there, though there was probably some connection 
between his purchase and the fact that Coddingtons are found in 
the place at an early date. John Coddington was the first of the 
name of whom any mention is made in the records of the early 
settlers. He purchased land in Woodbridge in 1683 and in 1684 
and 1691 of Jonathan Dennis and Wm. Bingley and became the 
ancestor of a large number of descendants. He was probably 
the son of John Coddington 3 of Boston, Mass., who died there 18 

1 — See History of Woodbridge, N. J., by Joseph W. Dally. 

2 — See pamphlet "Bi-Centennial Celebration of the N. J. Legislature 1883," 
Appendix by Hon. Edwin Salter. 
See also list of works containing references to Gov. Wm. Coddington. 

3 — See "Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of New England," and also Boston 
Records. 
Second Report of the Record Commissioners. Boston Records, 1634- 
1660. and Book of Possessions, Part 2, pp. 86 and 87. "Lots 97 to 103 
East side of Washington St. from Bedford St. to Essex St. 

F. 98. Thomas Fowle, house and garden. He removed to Brain- 
tree. In 1650, house and orchard sold by John Cuddington to Wm. 
Hollo way. (He had Leger North, Smit South, Bottolph East — W. H. 
W.) 

F. 102 — Cole, house & garden; later owned by John Cuddington, 
John Bateman and John Odlin, in 1650." 

Page 35 — mention of a lot "lately bought of John Cuddington" (1650). 

See, also, Memorial History of Boston by Justin Winsor, vol. 2, p. 
XXXII, for allusion to John Cuddington. 



Aug. (or June), 1655, leaving a wife, Emma , who was mar- 
ried 7 Mar., 1656, by Major Humph. Atherton to her second hus- 
band, John Jephson (or Jepson), and by him had a son John Jeph- 
son, who married Ruth Gardner. In the Boston records, the 
name is sometimes spelled Cuddington. John Coddington of 
Boston and Emma his wife had certainly two and perhaps three 
children, viz., 

1 Sarah, b. 4 Oct. (or Mar. 29), 1651; d. 9 Aug. (or S Sept.). 
1656; 

2 John, b. 9 Feb., 1654 (or 53). John married Hannah 
Gardner, daughter* of Richard Gardner, of Charlestown> 
Mass., (whose daughter Ruth Gardner, married John Jeph- 
son). He probably went to New Jersey and founded the 
family there. 

(3) (?) Henry, b. before 1651, and living in Boston in 1670. 

* — In "The ( lenealogies and Estates of Charlestown," we find that Richard 
Gardner's daughter Hannah married John Coddington. Richard "m. 
Anna Blanchard (16) is (8) 1651 ; d. May 29, 1698 ae. a. 79; g. s. at Wo- 
burn. Will, March 15, 1697, pro. June 6, 1698, devised to Chr. Henry 
(1). Feb. 12, 1657—8), Hannah Coddington (wife of John), Hester John- 
son, Abigail Thompson, Rebecca Whitmore, Me'hitable Connett (wife 
of James), Ruth Jypson (Jepson) and their eldest child. All Woburn 



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lands 

Richard Gardner, from Surrey, Eng., says tradition. 

Settled first at Woburn, having his house nearly opposite to the man- 
sion of the late Luke Reed, Esq., in Woburn West End, about 40 yds. 
from the road, where remains of a cellar and well were still discernible 
in 1857, but bet. 1661 and 1(>(>7 hi' removed into "Charlestown End," 
to the spot where the two maiden ladies, Miss Patience Gardner and her 
sister, had their habitation; and hence the births of his last 4 children 
are not recorded in Woburn Records but must be looked for in those of 
Charlestown. 

M. Anna Blanchard, of Acton (Savage says of Charle town, widow 
of Thomas, of Mystic or Maiden side), L8 Oct., 1651, by whom he had: 
John b. H Aug., 1652. 

Anna 1>. 17 Jan. 1654-5 d. before her father 
Benjamin, b. 20 Dec, 1656 d. before his father. 
Henry, 1). 12 Feb., 1657-8 (His record given here). 
Esther, b. 15 Oct., 1659; m. Wm, eldest son of Major Win. 

Johnson and Esther his wife; d. 17 Dec, 1706, age 48. 
Ruth, b. 1 Apr., 1661; m. John Gypson (Gibson) (or Jepson). 
Hannah, b. , m. John Coddington. 

Abigail, b. . m. James Thompson. 

vRebecca, b. , m. Samuel Whittemore, of Cambridge, 

~^ 13 Feb., 1686. 

Mehetabel, m. John Connett. 

See, also, Sewall's Histoiy of Woburn. Richard Gardner was buried 
in old Burying Ground, Tark St., Woburn Centre. Epitaph: 

Memento Mori. Fugit Hora. 
Here lyes ye body of Richard Gardner 
aged about 79 years. Died May 29, 1698. 

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Stockdale Coddington 1 , of Roxbury, Mass., who removed 
and died about 1650, and whose wife Hannah died in Rox- 
bury, in 1644, in advanced age (and was buried 20 May), may 
have been the father or grandfather of the first John Coddington, 
of Boston. Nothing more is known of him. 



John Coddington 2 , of Woodbridge, N. J., probably son of 
John, of Boston; b. (prob.) 1654; m. (1st), Annah (or Hannah) 

(perhaps Gardner) 3 , who d. 20 Sept., 1690; m. (2d), 1 May, 

1691, Mary White, (who (prob.) joined Presbyterian Church 
at Woodbridge in 1707-or 8 (or 3 Oct. 1710. ). He was con 
stable at Woodbridge in 1692. Bought land in Woodbridge of 
Jonathan Dennes in 1683-4-91. His will cannot be found in 
the Records. His children were probably as follows, though he, 
perhaps, had others whose names are not known: 

1. John, b. 8 Nov., 1677, married Elizabeth 

2. Benjamin, b. 8 Oct., 16S0, married Mary 

3. Hannah, b. 27 May, 1683. 

4. Sarah, b. 28 March, 1687. 

5. Joseph, b. 22 March, 1689. 

Nothing further is known of Hannah, Sarah and Joseph 
The wills of John and Benjamin can be seen at the Secretary of 
State's office at Trenton, N. J. 



1 — -See Savage's " Genealogical Dictionary of New England " and Farmer's 
"First Settlers of New England". 

From "Pioneers of Massachusetts," by Chas. H. Pope, 1900, p. 107. 

"Coddington, Codington, Carrington, Stockdale, Roxbury. He and 
his wife received bequests from Elizabeth Hobbert in 1643. His wife 
Hannah, an ancient woman, was born July 20, 1644. He bought land 
at Hampton in 1648 and removed thither. He died in 1650; admin, 
gr. to his eldest son John; who residing in Boston, sold the Hampton 
land 15 (2) 1650." 

2 — See Records at Surveyor General's office at Perth Amboy, N. J., and 
in Sec. of State's office, Trenton, N. J. 

In "Soldiers of King Philip's War," by George M. Bodge, printed 1896, 
at Leominster, Mass., John Coddington is mentioned on page 122, 
under date of 20 Nov., 1075, as entitled to 03 00 00 for service. He 
is also mentioned on page 360, under date of 20 Dec, 1675, as en- 
titled to 01 15 02 for service. He did duty in the garrison at Groton. 

3 — See Daily's History of Woodbridge for List (imperfect) of births, mar- 
riages and deaths in Woodbridge. 



John Coddington,* (son of the first John,) born 8 November, 

1677; died about 1739, married Elizabeth , and had 

the following children: 

1— John, born 25 March, 1706. 

2 — Elizabeth, married Marsh. 

3 — Hannah, married Pine. 

4 — Rachel. 

5 — Mary. 

fi — Daniel, sole executor of his father's will and received all 

his real estate in Woodbridge. 
7 — Richard, born 27 May, 1708. Recorded his ear-marks for 

cattle in 1730. Perhaps was Constable of Woodbridge in 

1730. 



Benjamin Coddington,! (son of the first John,) born 8 Oct- 
ober, 16S0; died IS April, 1753, probably married twice. His 
tombstone could be seen in 1892 in the Presbyterian Cemetery at 
Woodbridge. It bore this inscription: 

Here lyes ye Body 
of Ben Jamin Codington 

Aged 73 years 
Dec'd April ye 18th 1753 

Next to this 'tombstone is one bearing this inscription: 

John son of Benjamin and 

Mary Codington 

dec'd July ye 20th 1733 

Aged 14 years 4 mos & 20 Ds. 

Adjoining the tombstones of Benjamin and John stands one having this 

inscription : 

lyeth Ye 

of Isaac — odington 

who departed this life 

May the 31st 1729 

*From Records in Office of Secretary of State, at Trenton, N . J. 

(Liber C of Wills). 

Will of John Coddington or Codington — spelled with 1 d and he 
makes his mark for his signature — of Woodbridge, Middlesex Co., date, 25 
Dec, 1738: 

"Yooman", wife, Elizabeth; son, John; son, Richard; dau., Elizabeth 
Marsh; dau., Hanah Pine; dau., Rachel Codington; dau., Mary Codington; 
son, Daniel Codington; (also sole executor); gives to him all real estate in 
Woodbridge, (son under 30 at this time). 

Witnesses to will: Job Park; Jacob Fitzrandolph; Moses Rolfe. 

jFrom Records in Office of Secretary of State, at Trenton , N. J. 

Deed of John Codington of Woodbridge to Benjamin Codington of Wood- 
bridge. Recorded 3 Oct., 1775. 

For £150, a tract of upland lying within the bounds of Woodbridge, con- 



Benjamin married Mary , and was the father of the 

following children : 

1 — Anna, horn 6 May, 1705; probably died young. 

2 — Margaret, born 7 May, 1706; in. Abner Wright. 

3 — Sarah, m. William Oliver. 

4 — Mary, in. William Pangbum. 

5 — Martha, m. Jonathan Frazee. 

6 — Elizabeth, m. Solomon Bycount. 

7 — Lydia, in. Job Conger, Jr. 

8- — Zillah, m. Enoch Conger 

9 — Rebecca. 
10— Maiy. 
11 — Elizabeth, probably died young. 

taining 3 score acres more or less. Bounded on North by Rahway Meadows. 
Bounded on East by land of John Newe. Bounded on South by land of 
John Codington, Jr. Bounded on West by land of John Jaugcas. Being 
land said Codington bought of Jonathan Dennis and William Bingley. Togeth- 
er with 8 acres of meadow more or less, 2 acres. bought of John Conger and 
six acres of the ten acres of meadow he bought of Jonathan Dennis. Total, 
3 score acres of upland and 8 acres meadow, together with houses, fences, 
orchards, gardings, etc. 
Date, 28 April, 1713. 

From Records in Office of Secretary of State, at Trenton, A 1 . J. 
Will of Benjamin Codington, of Woodbridge. 

Recorded 24 May, 1753— date, 6 May, 1750. 
"Yeoman" . 

To dau Margaret, wife of Abner Wright 

Sarah, " " William Oliver 
Mary, " " Pangbum 

Martha, " " Jonathan Frazee 
Elizabeth," " Solomon Bycount 
Lydia, " " Job Conger, Jr. 
Zillah, " " Enoch Conger 
Rebecca Codington ) 
Mary > under 18 

Sabrah " ) 

'Youngest dau.," Elizabeth Codington. 
To wife, Mary, "House & 2 pieces salt marsh." 
"Eight sons" — Benjamin Codington 
Thomas 

Isaac " 

John 
Ashur 
Uzziah 
Joatham 
Reuben 
(Last 6 not 21 at this time.) 

(Land to be sold after 6 yrs. and divided among 
them) 
Probate granted by Gov. Belcher, 19 May, 1753. Executors: Mary 
Benjamin, Isaac. Witnesses: Francis Everitt, William Messenger, Thomas 
Chapman. 

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12 — Benjamin. 

13— Thomas, b. 27 November, 1712. 

14 — Isaac, the ancestor of many descendants living in New 

Jersey. 
15— John ("died 20 July 1733, aged 14 years, 4 mos. & 20 days.") 
16 — Ashur. 
17— Uzziah, b. 1739; d. 21 March, lSlfi; m. three times: lived 

at Perth Amboy. His descendants live in and near New 
York city. 

18— Jotham, b. 7 Aug., 1743; d. 12 Aug.. 1820. The record of 
his descendants is given in the following pages. 

19 — Reuben, m. Sarah ; lived at Perth Amboy. His 

descendants live in New York city and vicinity. 

20— Sabrah. 

21— John (?) 

Jotham Coddington, *(son of Benjamin Coddington, b. 1680) 
was born in Woodbridge, N. J., 7 August, 1743; died there 12 
August, 1820, and is buried there in the Presbyterian Cemetery. 
He was a fanner and a brick-maker. He married 16 December, 
1764, Mary Millard, who was born 23 February, 1740. and died 
20 December, 1824. Children: 

(A) — Sabra, b. 6 Sept., 17o">; m. Randolph Crowell and had 
seven children, viz: 

1 — Kate, m. Morgan. 

2 — Edward, never mar. 

3 — James, never mar. 

4 — Fannie, m. David Brant. 

5; — Edgar, m 

ft — Ann. never mar. 

7 — Polly, mar. Theophilus < iates. 

*Jotham Coddington' s Will. 

At Surrogate's Office, New Brunswick, N. J. David & Millard, Executors. 
Date of Will, 23 July, L805. 

1. All just debts to be paid. 

2. Best feather bed to wife, Mary; also warming pan, a painted white pine 

chest and other household furniture. 

3. ( tther movable property to be sold at auction, and divided between three 

dau. 

4. To David and Millard, one-half each of dwelling house and seven acres. 

Directs his sons to pay $25. apiece to their mother each year. 
Witneses: Robert Moores, William Harriot, Thomas Moore-. 

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(B)— David, b. 25 Aug., 1767; d. I Sept., 1831. M. Mary A. 
Marsh, dau. of Moses Marsh. She was b. 18 May, 1768, and 
d. 4 Aug., 183S. Children: 

1 — Susanna, b. 15 July, 1795; d. 9 Jan., 1876; m. 12 Feb., 
1812, in New York, Samuel Stone Manning, b. 11 Feb., 
1784; d. 31 Oct., 1820. Children: 

a — John Manning, b. 1812; d. 1872; unm. Probably 
other children. 
2— Moses, b. 26 Jan., 1797; d 1797. 

3— Mary Ann, b. 23 March, 1802; d. 1877; m. Jacob 
Marsh. Children: 

a— John, I). 1 Nov., 1820; d. 15 Feb., 1829. 

6— David Coddington, b. 20 Sept., 1822; d. 24 July, 

1891. 
c— Mary, b. 23 Mch., 1825; d. 18 Feb., 1852; m. 16 

Feb., 1843, J. Marsh Morris. 
d— Sarah Frances, b. 3 Aug., 1827; d. 4 Sept., 1847. 
e— Lucretia, b. 12 July, 1830; d. 28 Sept., 1896; m. 
26 Dec, 1852, Sanford F. Roll, a farmer of Rah 
way, N. J. 
4— Jotham, b. 20 December, 1803; d. 29 May, 1887. M. 21 
April, 1829, Phebe H. Brewster, b. 29 October, 1807; d. 
9 Aug., 1893; dau. of Samuel Brewster and Jane Wood 
In his early life he was a merchant both in New York 
City and in the South. Then for some years he was 
Captain of a boat plying between Woodbridge and points 
on the North River; and for the last twenty years of 
his life he held public offices in Woodbridge, being in 
turn Assessor, Collector and Town Clerk. He was a 
warden of Trinity Church, Woodbridge, from 1851 to 
1862. Children: 
a— David, b. 4 April, 1833. A carpenter at 216 Wil- 
liam Street and 198 E. Broadway, New York City 
M. 9 October, 1872, Georgia M. Merrill. Child : 
(1) — Jotham Manning, baptized in the Forsythe 
M. E. Church, New York City, 18 December, 
1873. Travelling auditor for D. L. & W. R. 
R. m. 25 June, 1903, at Woodbridge, N. 
J., Laura W., dau. ofThos. W. Dolly. 
Children : 

a— David Leroy b. 9 April, 1904. 
b — Alan Edgar b. 4 June, 1905. 
b — Jonas Halstead, b. 15 May, 1835, Mason and build- 
er. M. 14 Aug., 1890, Josephine Henrietta Har- 
riot, of Woodbridge; B. 27 Sept., 1858; dau. of 
Geo. Washington Harriot and Ursula Jones. Liv- 
ing at homestead in Woodbridge on land which has 



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been in the possession of the family since the earliest 
settlement of Woodbridge. He has been Town- 
ship Committee man and Trustee of Free School 
laud. No children. 

c— Joseph Brewster, b. 11 May, 1841; d. 25 July, 1906. 
Mason and builder. A member of 1st Presbyterian 
Church, Rahway, N. J. M. 1 Dec, 1869 or 70, by 
Rev. M. M. Smith, Trinity Church, to Sarah Jane 
Marsh, bom 5 Sept., 1842, dau. of William B. and 
Maiy Ann Marsh, of Linden, N. J. Children: 

1— William Chauncey, 1). 8 Oct., 1S75; d. 21 
Dec, 1905, at Rahway, N. J. M. Hilda Williams. 
Child: 

Elsie Brewster. 

2— May, b. 25 May, 1872; d. 26 May, 1872. 
3— Ellis, b. 14 Sept., 1883; d. 17 Sept., 18S3. 

d — Ellis Barron, b. 28 Apr., 1S47; a printer. Lives 
in New York City; M. Louise Freeman. No 
children. 

c — Samuel Brewster, b. 19 Sept., 1849. A democrat; 
is a carpenter; attends the Episcopal Church; went 
West from X. J. in 1876. M. 10 Feb., 1886, Alice 
Elizabeth Riley, who is a Roman Catholic. She 
was bom in New York City, 10 Feb., 1841, and is 
daughter of Daniel and Catherine Riley. They 
live at Moscow, Latah Co., Idaho. Have no chil- 
dren. One daughter was born dead. 

/—Mary Jane, b. 18 Nov., 1836; d. 11 Aug., 1863. D. 
unmar. Bur. at Woodbridge. 

{/—Ellen Hance, b. 10 July ,1839. M. 16 Oct., 1867. 
to Alford Bruce Cook, a master house painter, of 
Rahway, who was b. 25 Dec, 1842. His mother 
was Rebecca Coddington, dau. of Daniel, grand- 
daughter of Asher. Children : 

1 — James Jotham Cook, b. 17 Dec, 1868. 
2— Helen Mar Cook, b. 27 May, 1871; d. S Apr., 

1876. 
3— Clarence Jehial Cook, b. 14 Nov., 1873. 

h— Harriet Wood, b. 2 Mar., 1844; d. 25 Apr., 1878. 
M. on 13 Nov., 1872, Lewis Washington Bedman, 
who is dead. Had one child which is dead. 

5 — J. Bloomfield, b. 3 Dec, 1S05; d. in infancy. 

6 — Alston Marsh, b. 5 Jan., 1807, in Harrison St., N. Y. 
Was m. 2 Jan., 1832, to Susan Standsbury Thorp, who 
was b. 25 July, 1810; d. Nov., 1871; and was dau. of 
Capt. John Thorp of Rahway. They had one child, a 
dau., Mary Margaret, who was b. 18 Jan., 1833; d. 10 

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Oct., 1852. She was m. to John Alexander, 5 Jan., 
1850. Alston lived in later years with an adopted dau., 
Anna L. Coddington, in Woodbridge. Alston M. 
said that his father was murdered and his body thrown 
into the river at the foot of Duane St., N. Y. 
7— Sarah Marsh, b. 23 March, 1810; d. 24 May, 1890. 
Never m. 

8 — Bloomfield, last child, b ; d. at age of 3 years. 

(C)— Ann, or Nancy, b. 9 Dec, 1769; d ; M. John 

Barron of Woodbridge, and after his death married Mr. Wog- 
lum ; or Van Woggelom. Children by 1st husband: 

1 — Samuel, mar. Eliza Ann Jacques. 

2 — Joan, mar. Samuel Warner. 

3 — John, mar. first, Mary Potter, afterwards, Henrietta 
Brewster. 

(D) — Lydia, b. 3 June, 1773, M. Aaron Tucker. 

(E)— Millard, b. 12 May, 1779; d. in Rockland Co., N. Y., 6 
Apr , 1862, where he lived on a farm. 



Millard, (younger son of Jotham, b. 7 Aug., 1743, and Mary 
Millard Coddington), b. 12 May, 1779; d. in Rockland Co., N: Y., 
6 Apr., 1862, where he lived on a farm. M. 28 March, 1801, 
Phoebe Cook, b. 27 Nov., 1778; d. 8 Feb., 1825, who was a dau. 
of John Cook, b. 28 Jan., 1872 anc^Mabel Johnson, d. 25 Feb., 
1817, aged 59 years, 9 days, both being of Hanover, Morris Co., 
N. J. In early years Millard was a carman and carpenter in New 
York City. Children: 

1— Margaret, b. 15 Jan., 1802. Mar. William O'Blenis. They 
lived near Nyack, N. Y. 

2— David Cook, b. 22 Mar., 1804; d. 14 May, 1887. 

3 — A daughter, b. 2 Apr., 1806; d, in infancy. 

4 — Mary, b. 25 Dec , 1807; m. a Mr. Warner and d. Dec., 1872, 
at Newark,, N. J, Presbyterian. 

Epitaph on Tombstone. 

1. Sacred To the memory of Mable Cook, wife of Mr. John Cook, who De- 
parted This lif Feb. 25 A. D. 1817 Aged 59 years and 9 Days — She was a kind 
and affectionate Wife A tender and beloved mother She was sudenly called 
to exchange worlds A soul prepared needs no delays The Summons comes — 
the Saint obeys Swift was her flight and short the road She closed her 
eyes and saw her God The flesh rests here till Jesus come and claims the 
treasure from the tomb — 

In robes of white she treads the etherial soil 
And led by Jesus to life's golden tree 
She sings perpetual eas from pain and toil 
and plucks the fruits of immortality — 

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5 — Sarah Ann, 1>. Sept. 14, 1809; d. 28 June, 1S71. Was a 
Presbyterian. 

G— William*, b. Sept. 1G, 1811; d. 4 Jan., 1874; Buried in Han- 
over, N. J. Never m. He went to California in 1849 and 
amassed a fortune. He was for a time a partner of John W. 
Mackay. 

7 — John Wells, b. 11 Nov., 1813; d. in infancy of small pox. 
8 — Charles Millard, 1>. 24 Jan., 1816; d. in infancy of small pox. 
9— Lydia, b 17 Apr., 1818; never m.; d. 23 Jan., 1891. 
10— Eliza Halsey, b. Aug. 1, 1820; d. 15 Mar., 1893, was a Pres- 
byterian. She m. Aaron K. Stinson, of Greenville, Sussex 
Co., N. J., who died 22 Feb., 1870, aged 58 years, 28 days. 
Children : 

1 — -William Coddington Stinson, b. 17 December, 1858; m. 
10 Oct., 1900, Gertrude Louisa Coddington, dau. of 
Prof. Wellesley Perry Coddington, of Syracuse, N. Y. 
Residence Newark, N. J., where Win. C. Stinson has a 
position in the offices of the D. L. it W. Railroad. 
2 — Emma Margaret, b. 25 December, 1856; d. 2 June, 1895. 
3— Fannie Kate, b. 4 April, 1861; d. 2 Dec, 1887; m. John 
liemer; one child: 
Marjorie Stinson Remer, b. 22 Nov., 1887. 



*In the History of Westchester County, N. ¥.. by J. T. Scharf, pub. Philadel- 
phia, Pa., 1886-2 Vols, by L.E. Preston & Co., is found following : Vol II. p. 333: 
"Some years previous to the purchase of the Washington Company's 
new engine an engine Company composed of Dr. Benjamin Brandretn, Wil- 
liam Codington, and a number of the more wealthy citizens of the place had 
been formed but it soon passed out of existence. ( >mcally the Company was 
known as No. 1, but their common designation was "The Silk Stockings" 
from the belief that they had organized chiefly to secure the exemptions from 
various public duties which were granted to firemen. The silk stocking 
engine house was located on Spring St., almost opposite the Methodist church 
and adjoining the grounds of the Mt. Pleasant Academy." — (Reference to 
Village of Sing Sing.) 

Inscriptions on Tombstones in Hanover Graveyard, Hanover, Morris Co., X. J. 

Lydia Coddington, 

Born April 17, 1818; Died Jan. 23, 1891. 

"She hath done what she could." 

Sarah A. Coddington, 

Died June 28, 1871; Aged 61 years, 9 mo's & 14 days. 

"Asleep in Jesus." 

Millard Coddington, 
Died April 6, 1862; Aged 82 years, 10 mo. and 24 days. 

William Coddington, 
Died at San Francisco, Cal., on the 4th of Jan., 1874; Aged 62 years. 

"He lived for others." 

In History of Westchester County, N. Y., p. 345, vol. 2, David Cook 
Coddington is mentioned as having been converted about 1831, at Spring 
Street M. E. Church, Sing Sing. 

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David Cook Coddington, (son of Millard Coddington), b. 
22 Mar., 1804; d. 14 May, 1887. M. on 4 March, 1825, Han- 
nah Perry, 2d daughter of John and Mary Gilchrist Perry, of 
Rockland, N. Y. She was b. Jan. 19, 1807; d. 9 Apr., 1880. 
David Cook Coddington became a Class Leader and Trustee of 
the Spring St. M. E. Ch. of Sing Sing, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1837, and 
held these positions for nearly 50 years. He was Treasurer of 
the Ch. for over 40 years. He was President of the Board of 
Trustees of the Ch. for a number of yrs. He was a trustee of 
the village at one time. The Pulpit Bible used in the Highland 
Avenue M. E. Church, Ossining, N. Y., is a memorial of him. 
He was born in N. Y. City, in Chambers St., near cor. of Chapel, 
now called W. Broadway. In early life a hatter; afterwards kept 
a market in Sing Sing, N. Y.; in later life lived on his income. 



Children : 



1— John Millard, b. 17 Aug., 1826, at Sing Sing, N. Y.; d. 
26 Feb., 1884, at Yonkers, N. Y.; In early life, clerk in Cos- 
mopolitan Hotel, N. Y. City; in later years he kept a market 
in Yonkers, N. Y. He married twice: M., (1st) 29 Feb., 1848- 
Fannie Raymond Rickers, b 3 Apr., 1830; d. 21 July, 1902. 
They were divorced. She afterwards married Capt. Caleb N. 
Nickerson and lived for a number of years in Brooklyn, N, 
Y. After his death, she practised the profession of medi- 
cine, living at 14 Ormond Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. By his 
first wife, John Millard Coddington had two children : 

(a) — Henry Atwood Coddington, b. at Sing Sing, N. Y., 
11 Dec, 1850, d. at Brooklyn, N. Y., 20 Sept., 1901; m. 
8 May, 1877, Annie Kirkman Buckley, dau. of William 
Kettlehass Buckley and Margaret Kirkman. They 
lived at 14 Ormond Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. Henry A. 
Coddington was for many years a travelling salesman 
for a large printing house. They had one child: (a) 
Florence Margaret, b. in Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec, 1881. 

(fe)— Fannie Raymond, b. at SingSing, N. Y., 13 Jan., 1848; 
m. 26 Jan., 1882, Robert Kattenhorn, b, 20 July, 1848, 
son of Henry Otto Kattenhorn and Rebecca Cordes They 
live at Harwichport, Mass. Mrs. Kattenhorn is an 
ostepathic physician, being a graduate of the American 
School of Osteopathy at Kirkville, Mo. No children. 
John Millard Coddington m. (2d) Mrs. Elizabeth Black. 
They had no children. 

2 — William Henry, b. 23 Mar., 1828. Resided in San Francisco, 
and Alameda, California. Died 3 June, 1903, at Berkeley, 



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Cal. Married, 1st *Hannah Matilda Kinsman, b. May, 1838; 
d. Apr. 2, 1875, aged 35 yrs., 10 mo., 19 days. Children: 

(a) — William Edward, b. 5 July, 1858; d. unmarried, 27 

Oct., 1880. 
(1))— Charles Frederick, b. 17 Mar., I860. Mar. 1 June, 
1883, Margaret Louise Place, 1). 21 Apr., I860, dau. of 
Henry Brush Place and Louisa Place. Children: 
(1)— William George, I). 30 Mar., 1S84. 
(2)— Louise Amanda, b. 26 Apr., 1886. 
(3)— Frederick Brush, b. 18 Sept., 1888. 
(4)— Arthur David, b. 28 Mar., 1891. 
(5)— Charles Wesley, b. 29 May, 1893. 
(6)— Paul Franklin, b. 19 Jan., 1S97. 
(7)— Lida Josephine, b. 31 Mch., 1900. 
(8)— Herbert Perry, b. 26 Dec, 1903. 

(c)— Frank Perry, b. 26 Oct., 1862, Unm. 

(d)— Arthur David, b. 28 Feb., 1867, San Francisco, Cal. 
Living (1900) in Berkeley, Cal. Ins. agt.; Repub. 
Member of Masonic Order and of the Knights of Pythias. 
M. 1 July, 1S99, Laura Josephine Hornung, 1>. 8 Sept., 
1861, at San Francisco, Cal. She was formerly wife of 
J. Arthur Burrington. 
No children (1904). 

(e)— Lida, b. 21 Sept., 1869, unmarried (1904). Teacher. 

(I)— Ella, 1). 11 Sept., 1874; in. Herbert Callanan. No 
children. 

William Henry Coddington m. 8 Feb , 1876, 2d wife, Mrs. 
Sophia Johnson (Fernall) Crosby. No children. 

3— Mary Ann, b. 22 Nov., 1829; d. 17 Jan., 1870; m. John 
Yates Johnson, 17 Sept., 1854. They lived in Sing Sing, 
N. Y., and had one child, Charles Willis Johnson, b. 31 May. 
1856. Charles m. 9 May, 1889, Florence Elo line dau. of 
Mr & Mrs. P, C. Stevens, Newark, N. J., and is living (1906), 
213i Garside St., Newark, \. J. They have one child, a dau., 
Burnet tie Coit Johnson, b. 4 Sept., 1892. John Y. Johnson, 
m. 20 Nov., 1879, 2d wife, Mary Jennings, and lived at 207 
Summer Ave., Newark, N. J. They had one child, a dau., 
Martha Jennings Johnson, b. 22 Jan., 1882; living (1906) at 
Salt Lake City, Utah, where she is director of physical training 
in the public schools. John Y. Johnson was a brother of Wil- 
liam Groves Johnson husband of Hannah Maria Coddington, 

* See Genealogy of "The Kinsman Family," p. 219. Mrs. Hannah 
Matilda Coddington was the dau. of Franklin Kinsman, who was born in 
Windham, Me., April 4, 1808. He married Eliza B. Waterhouse, of Dresden, 
Me. They lived in Gardiner and Pittston, Me., and removed to San Francisco, 
Cal. Franklin Kinsman was son of Chas. and Eleanor Kinsman. 

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and was associated with him in the manufacture of files and 
rasps at Newark, N. J., under the firm name of Johnson and 
Bro. John Y. Johnson's widow is living (1906) at 19 Kearney 
St., Newark, N. J. 
4— David Cook Coddington, Jr.,b. 16 Feb., 1832; d. 11 Jan., 
1865; m. Kate L. McMillan, who died 26 Apr, 1868, ajjed 
32 yrs., 2 mos. They had no children. 

5 — Andrew Harris, b. 25 Jan., 1834, in Sing Sing, N Y., living 
(1907) in Brooklyn, N. Y. Groceryman.M. 1st, Violetta 
Girard Van Velsor, b. 6 May, 1835; d. 26 July, 1876; dau. of 
John Van Velsor and Hannah Smith. M. 2d, 14 June, 1888; 
Mrs. Lsabelle Hope; b. 29 May, 1846; dau. of Geo. Hallen- 
beck and Harriet Darrien. Children: 

1 — William Henry, Book-binder, living (1907) at Brooklyn 
N. Y., b. 14 Feb., 1855, at Sing Sing (now Ossining) N. 
Y.;m. 3 Jan., 1885, in Brooklyn, N. Y., Margaret Nes- 
bitt, who was born 12 Nov., 1864, in Ireland, dan. of 
Samuel Nesbitt and Margaret Ewing. Children: 

a. William Hugh, b , d. in infancy. 

b. David Nesbitt, b , d. in infancy. 

c. Andrew Richard, b , d. in infancy. 

d. Philip Embury, b , d. in infancy. 

e. Benjamin Harrison, b. 3 July, 1888, in Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 

f. John Wesley, b. 1 Aug., 1891, in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

g. William Henry, b. 21 Aug., 1898. 

2— Emery, b. 16 Sept., 1857; m. 9 Sept., 1883, Rosa ....... 

They are living (1907) in Brooklyn, N. Y. He is a 
Police Officer. They have no children. 

3_Violetta, b. 14 Oct., 1860; m , Theodore Fred- 
erick Voelkers, b. 9 June, 1842; d. 24 Aug., 1900. She 
is m. again, to Charles Malard, and living (1906) in 
Newark, N. J. 

4— Andrew Harris, b. 12 Mar., 1862; d. 7 Feb., 1888; 
Unm. 

5— Iona Estelle, b. 6 Aug., 1868; m. 21 Mch., 1884, John 
Jay Moore, b. 22 Feb., 1863. Children: 

a. Gertrude Estelle Moore, b. 27 Sept., 1886. 

b. Charles Jay Moore, (adopted) b. 9 Jan., 1902. 
They are living (1906), cor. 3d St. and Oliver St., 
Long Island City, N. Y. 

6— Hannah Maria, b. 20 Sept., 1835. M. William Groves 

Johnson, 19 May, 1853. He was son of Wm. Johnson and was 

bom in Darlington, Durham Co., England, 29 March, 1S33, 

D. in Newark, N. J.,5 May — Manufacturer of files. Children: 

1— David Perry, b. 22 Jan., 1854; m. 8 May, 1878, 

Margaret DeBrisey McLeod, b. 1 Nov., 1851; dau. of 

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John Wesley McLeod and Seraphina A. Trueman. Liv- 
ing (1907) at Newark, N. J.; in Chemical National Bank, 
New York City. Children : 

a. David Peny Johnson, b. 8 Dec. 1879; d. 15 Feb., 
1900. 

1). Robert McLeod Johnson, b. 19 Nov., 1881. Grad- 
uated from Columbia College 1906; Mining Engineer 
in Cuba with the Spanish American Iron Co. 

c. Jennie Louise Johnson, b. 11 Dec, 1884. Gradu- 
ated from Syracuse University 1907. 

d. Kenneth Johnson, b. 12 Apr., 1886; d. in infancy. 

2— Jennie Louise, I). 2 Feb., 1863; m. 10 Oct., 1893, 
Howard Marshall Carter, a lawyer; Living (1907) at 
Evanston, 111. Children: 

a. Eleanor Consider Carter, b. 29 July, 1894. 

b. Louise Carter, b. 25 March, 1896. 

3— John Millard, b. 28 Jan., 1S65; mar. 20 Sept., 1888; 
Anna Northrup, of Portland, Oregon. They now live 
at Spokane, Wash., where he is in the hardware 
business. Children: 

a — Frances Louise Johnson. 

b — Margaret Johnson. 

c — Marion Johnson. 

d — Helen Northup Johnson. 

7 — -Charles Pitman Coddington, b. 7 July, 1838, at Sing Sing, 
N. V.; d. 4 June, 1886, at San Francisco, Cal. Employed 
in offices of C. P. Railroad Co. ; Steward, Class leader and 
chorister in M. E. Church. M. (1st) Mary E. Cathcart, l>. 

; d. 1") Sept., 1878; aged 33 yrs., I mo., 1 day. 

Children: (by 1st wife) 

1 — William Pitman. 

m. (1st) 

m. (2d) 

No children by either wife. 

2 — Boy died in infancy. 

3 — An adopted dau., Mary Elizabeth; m. (as his 2d wife) 
Dr. S. S. lander of Union, S. ('. Children: 
a — Charles, on Stock Farm near Union, S C. 
b — Corrie 1). 29 Nov., 1884; a graduate of Gallandel 
College, Washington, D. C. 
M. (2d), 26 Nov., 1879, Laura Hill, b. 24 April, 1861, dau. 
of Rev. J. B. Hill, of Alameda, Cal. Librarian. Liv- 
ing in Oakland, Cal., (1907). Children: (by 2d wife) 
1 — Hannah Grace, 1>. 7 Jan., 1883; M. Lisle C. Green. 
Living in Oakland, Cal. (1907). Child: 
Lisle Robert Green. 
2— Charles Ernest, b. 26 July, 1881, d. 24 Sept., 1891. 

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3— Ethel Hill, b. 12 May, 1885; d. 25 Oct., 1885. 

Obituary of Charles P. Coddington appeared in the 
N. Y. Christian Advocate, p. 513, Aug. 12, 1886. 

8— Wesley (or Wellesley) Peny Coddington, 1 b. 23 Oct., 1840; 
m. Louisa Guibord, dau. of Louis Guibord 2 and Eleanor 
Menard De Bellerose (sometimes called Eleanor Christian), 
of Plattsburgh, N. Y., on 23 July, 1863, and had one son and 
three daughters: 

1— Herbert Guibord, 3 b. 6 Feb., 1865; m. 12 Dec, 1888, 
Leone Adelle Fitch of Lowville, N. Y., who was b. 
at Brier Hill, N. Y., 5 Feb., 1865, dau. of Warren R. 
Fitch 4 and Lydia Jane Blackstone. Child: 
Dorothy, b. 23 Apr., 1894, at Syracuse, N. Y. 

*Rev. Prof. Wellesley Perry Coddington, S. T. D., graduated from 
Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn., in 1860, with the degree of A. B. 
From the same institution he received the degree A. M., in 1866; and in 1880 
Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y., conferred upon him the degree of 
S. T. D. In college he was a member of the Eclectic and Phi Beta Kappa 
societies. He was teacher of Mathematics in the Troy Conference Seminary, 
Poultney, Vt., 1860-2; joined the New York Conference of the Methodist 
Episcopal church in 1863; was principal of the Amenia, N.Y. Seminary, 1863- 
4; Teacher of Greek and acting principal of Cazenovia, N. Y., Seminary, 1864- 
5; Professor of Modern Languages in Genesee College, Lima, N. Y., 1865-6; 
Professor of Greek and Latin in Genesee College 1866-71; Professor of Greek 
in Syracuse University, 1871-3, and of Greek, Ethics and Christian Evidences, 
1873-91; Professor of Philosophy in Syracuse University since 1891. Dr. 
Coddington has supplied some of the most important Presbyterian, Congre- 
gational and Methodist pulpits in New York State. A number of his ser- 
mons have been published in the "The Northern Christian Advocate" of 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

For further facts see: 

The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography, vol. 2, p. 426. 

The Empire State in Three Centuries, vol. 3, p. 307. 

Lamb's Biographical Dictionary of the United States. 

First Fifty Years of Cazenovia Seminary, by W. S. Smyth. 

Syracuse University publications. 

2 See "Notices Genealogiques sur la Famille Guibord," by the Rev. 
Alphonse Guibord (Frere Thomas). Published, 1904, by A. Bureau and 
Bros., 550 Sussex St., Ottawa, Canada. 

3 Rev. Herbert G. Coddington, D. D., graduated from Syracuse Univer- 
sity in 1886 with the degree of A. B., and received the degree of D. D., from 
the same institution in 1905. He is a member of the Psi Upsilon and Phi 
Beta Kappa Fraternities. After graduating he spent two years in The Gen- 
esee Theological Seminary in New York City and was ordained Deacon in the 
American Episcopal Church in 1888 and Priest in 1889, by Bishop F. D. 
Huntington. From 1888 to 1891 he was rector of St. John's church, Marcellus, 
N. Y., and since 1891 has been rector of Grace Church, Syracuse, N. Y. He 
established St. Philip's Mission, Syracuse, in 1897, and St. John's Mission, 
Phoenix, N. Y., in 1903. He was a delegate to the General Convention of 
the Episcopal Church held in Boston in 1904, and is a trustee of St. John's 
school, Manlius, N. Y. 

See American Ancestry, vol. 4, p. 103. 

4 Rev. Warren R. Fitch is an ordained local preacher of the Methodist 
Episcopal church. For a number of years he conducted a general store at 

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2 — Gertrude Louisa, b. 13 Apr., 1868. Graduated from 
Wellesley College, (1890) ;m, 10 Oct., 1900, William 
C. Stinson, of Newark, N, J., where they live. 

3 — Winifred, b. 1 Jan., 1873, Syracuse, N. Y. 

4— Ethel, b. 27 Feb., 1876; d. 27 Apr., 1891. 

9 — Josephine Adelia, (dau. of David Cook Coddington b. 
22 Mar., 1804), b. 23 Oct., 1S42; M. Edward Augustus Rob- 
inson who was b. 20 July, 1836, 3d son of James W. and 
Hannah Robinson, of Sing Sing, N. Y. Josephine and Ed- 
ward were married 23 March, 1861, at Brier Cliff Church, 
by Rev. A. H Gesner. On the 13th July, 1815, James W. 
Robinson was m. to Hannah, dau. of Peter Dob, of N. Y. 
City, by Rev. G. A. Kenypers. Josephine had the following 
children : 

1— William Waller, b. 31 Aug., 1862; d. 19 Apr., 1863. 

2— Josephine Bowles, b. 1 Dec, 1866; d. 7 Apr., 1903. 

3— Ella Dobb, b. 14 May, 1S6S; m. 28 Apr., 1891, Griffin 
Silis Hillikerof Ossining, N. Y., at 53 Spring St., Sing 
Sing, N. Y. by Rev. W. X. Searls. They live in Ossining 
where Mr. Hillikeris a dr\f goods merchant. They have 
one child : 

Edward Roy Robinson Hilliker, b. 2 Nov., 1S92. 

4— Edward Augustus, Jr., b. 5 Dec, 1870; d. 4 May, 1894. 

5— Charles P., b. 5 June, 1873; d. 15 Jan., 1874. 

10 — Hiram Rowell, (son of David Cook Coddington, l> 22 Mar , 
1804), d. 1 Sept , 1848, aged 8 mos., 11 days 



Brier Hill, N. Y., and while living there held the offices of Supervisor and 
Justice of the Peace. Removing to Lowville, X. V., he engaged for a time in 
the dry goods business and later became the Editor and proprietor of the 
Lowville Times. For main' years he was a class leader and Sunday School 
Superintendent and for a considerable period has been trustee and treasurer 
of the Methodist Church in Lowville. In 1892 Mr. Fitch was a delegate to 
the General Conference of the M. E. Church held in Omaha, Xeb. He estab- 
lished the first scholarship in Syracuse University. He is known as the 
writer of religious and other poetry, being the author of a number of hymns 
and of a life of Christ in verse published under the title of "From Bethlehem 
to Bethany." He has been a director of the Morristown and Black River 
Railroad Co. and is now a director and the treasurer of the Thousand Island 
Park Association and President of the Asbestos Burial Casket Co., of Low- 
ville, N. Y. See "Who's Who in Xew York," 1907. 



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Guibord Family. 

1 — Antoine Guibord — Born in 1655 in the parish of St. Pierre de Clermont , 
Auvergne, France. He emigrated to Canada and settled at Champlain 
(near Three Rivers) , Canada. M. April 27, 1684, Jeanne de la Rue, dau. 
of Guillaume de La Rue, Royal Notary and Judge of the Champlain 
Seigneury. They had two sons and two daughters. The oldest son was: 

2 — Joseph Guibord — b. Sept. 22, 1695, at Ste. Anne de la Perade. M. Oct. 
14, 1720, Marguerite Brien. D. May 7, 174S. They had three sons and 
and two daughters. The oldest son was : 

3 — Francois Guibord — b. in 1735. M. at St. Henri-de-Mascouche, on Jan. 
8, 1759, Marie Angelique Boesme. They had four sons. The second 
son was : 

4— Paul Guibord— B. at Mascouche, Mar. 8, 1765. M. (1st) in Feb., 1790, 
Marie Josephte Leclerc. m. (2d) Jan. 26, 1807, Marie-Anne Celerier- 
Roch. He had two sons and a daughter by 1st wife and one son by the 
2d wife, viz.: 

a — Paul — m. 11 Aug., 1817, Marie Gauthier-St. Germain. 

b — Louis — B. 4 Feb., 1800, at Mascouche; m. 10 Apr., 1825, Eleanor 

Menard DeBellerose. 
c — Marie Rose, m. Richard Devereaux and lived in Montreal, Canada. 

d — Joseph, b. Apr., 1809, at Varennes; m. 2 June, 1828, at Montreal, 
Henriette Brown, dau. of William Brown and d'Agathe Routhier. 
He was a member of the Canadian Institute, d. 18 Nov., 1869, at 
Montreal. (See "The Roman Conflict" by Rev. James Shaw, pub. 
by Hitchcock and Walden, Cincinnati, O., 1878, p. 444). 

5 — Louis Guibord — (the second son of Paul Guibord) was born 4 Feb., 1800, 
in the town of St. Henry Mascouche, in the province of Lower Canada. 
He went to Pittsburgh, Clinton Co., N. Y., on 6 May, 1819, and on 10 
April, 1825, m. there, Eleanor Menard DeBellerose, who was b. in Pitts- 
burgh, 10 June, 1810, and who was commonly known as Eleanor Chris- 
tian, as she was brought up by relatives of that name. Children: 

a — Louis — b. 14 Apr., 1826; probably was captain in a Louisiana regi- 
ment in the Civil War, and was probably killed in the War. 
5_David— b. 1 Jan., 1828; d. 22 June, 1S87; unm. lived in Pitts- 
burgh, N. Y. 
c — Henry William— b. 4 Mar., 1830; d. Apr. 7,1906; bur. in Riverside 
Cem.; m. (1st) 16 July, 1855, Sarah M. Weeks, b. 8 Nov., 1837 and 
d. 25 Jan., 1894; m. (2d) Alice J. Soper. He was a merchant, dealer 
in groceries, feed and produce in Plattsburgh, N. Y. For several 

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years in early life he was a type setter on the Plattsburgh Express. 
Member of M. E. Church. Children : 

1 — Hattie Sophia, b. 26 Apr., 1S56; m. 

2— Mary Weeks,b. 26 Jan., 1858; d 

3— Lucy Eleanor, b. 25 Feb., 1860; d 

4— Joseph Henry, b. 26 Feb., 1862; m 

5— Warren Weeks, b. 11 Nov., 1864; m. (1st) m. (2d) 

Dealer in groceries in Plattsburgh, N. Y. (Has Children:) 

6 — Helen Blanche, b. 30 June, 1867; m 

7 — Sarah Evangeline, b. 1 Aug., 1S69; in. 

8 — Charles Grant, b. 4 Aug., 1871; d 

9— Harry Button, b. 6 Feb., 1874. 

10— Rutherford Burchard Hayes, b. 11 Sept.. 1876; d 

11— Henry William, Jr., b. 30 Sept., 187S. 

12— Raymond, b. 15 April, 1880; d 

13 — Grace Jeannette, b. 15 Sept., 1882; m 

r/— Leonard Lafayette, b. 4 July, 1832; d. 26 Mar.. 1866; m. 17 June, 
1856, Louisa M. Webster. Children: 

1 — Louis. (Probably living in Boston). 

2— Estella. 

3 — Louisa. 
,- — Hit-hard, b. 15 Oct., 1834; d. Apr., 1905; m. 19 Jan., 1868, ( rrillaM. 
Cushman, from whom he secured a divorce. He lived at Sandy 
Hill, N. Y. No children: 
/—Louisa, 1). 17 Mar., 1S37; m. 23 July. 1S63, Rev. Wellesley Perry 
Coddington, S. T. D. They live in Syracuse. X. Y., where Dr. Cod- 
dington is Professor of Philosophy in Syracuse University. Children : 

1— Rev. Herbert Guibord Coddington, D. D., b. 6 Feb., 1865, at 
Cazenovia, X. Y. Rector of Grace Church. Syracuse, X. Y., 
since 1891. M. 12 Dec, 18S8, Leone Adelle Fitch. 

2 — Gertrude Louisa Coddington, b. 13 Apr., 1868; m. 10 Oct., 

1900, \\ in. C. Stinson. Living in Newark, X. J. 

3 — Winifred Coddington, b. 1 Jan.. 1873; unm. Living in Syra- 
cuse, X. Y. 

4— Ethel Coddington, b. 27 Feb., 1S76; d. 27 Apr., 1891. 

9— Joseph Archibald, b. 20 Nov., 1S39; d. 21 Aug., 1855. 
h— Alfred, b. 30 Nov., 1841; m. 25 May, 1868, Sarah Haile Wever, 
who was I). 1 Apr., 1S49, in Ganges, Mich.; dau. of Sam'l H. Wever 
and Mary Henderson. Trustee and Treasurer of M. E. Church, 
Plattsburgh, X. Y.; President of Merchants National Bank, Platts- 
burgh, X. Y.; President of Board of Trustees, Plattsburgh Normal 
School; Member of New York State Assembly from Clinton Co., 1890 
to 1891. Children: 

1 — Robert Henderson, b. 6 Apr., 1S69; m 

An Insur. Agt. living in Plattsburgh, N. Y. 
2— Alfred Willis, b. 22 August, 1873. 
3— Frances Wever, b. 14 Mar., ls70; d. 30 Aug., 1877. 
4— John Wever, b. IS Mar., 1888. 
5— Philip Arthur, b. 29 Jan., 1S91 . 

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i— Alonzo, b. 31 Dec, 1843; d. 5 Oct., 1845. 

/ — Mary Rose, b. 23 Oct., 1845; unm.; living in Plattsburgh N. Y. 

A;— Eleanor, b. 31 Dec, 1847; d. 1 Jan., 1848. 

I— James, b. 31 Dec, 1847; d. 1 Jan., 1848. 

to— Edwin A., b. 22 Feb., 1849; d. 26 May, 1865. 

n— Edgar, b. 22 Feb., 1849; m. 16 Sept., 1870, Mary Manning, who 
obtained a divorce from him and married again. He made no de- 
fence. Living in Albany, N. Y. Children: 
1 — Wallace. 
2 — Harry. 

3 — Olive, d. in infancy, 
o— Walter Scott, b. 2 Apr., 1852; d. 16 Oct., 1899; m. 9 Sept., 1874, 
Lois Adelaide Wever (b. 17 Mar., 1855, in Ganges, Mich.) dau. of 
Samuel H. Wever and Mary Henderson. Child: 

Leroy Wever, b. 15 Sept., 1875; living in Scottdale, Pa. 
p— Eva, b. 4 Feb., 1855; m. 31 Dec, 1884, Willis Lee Wever (b. 24 
Jan., 1853, in Watervliet, Mich.) son of Samuel H. Wever 
and Mary Henderson. He is teller in Merchants National Bank, 
Plattsburgh, N. Y. Children: 

1— Harry, b. 5 May, 1866; d 

2 — Frances Louise, b. 22 May, 1887. 
q — Unnamed, d. in infancy. 

Consult: Dictionnaire Genealogique des Families Canadiennes by Tanquay, 
published at Montreal, 1887. The Roman Conflict, by Rev. James 
Shaw, pub. by Hitchcock & Walden, at Cincinnati, 1878. (p. 444, Jos- 
eph Guibord case). Canada: an encyclopaedia of the Country, edited 
by J. Castell Hopkins and published by the Linscott Pub. Co.; Toronto, 
Canada, vol. 22, pp. 543-4, for an account of the Joseph Guibord case. 
Notices Genealogiques sur la Famille Guibord, by Alphonse Guibord, 
(Brother Thomas), of the Brothers of the Christian Schools, at Hull, 
Ottawa, Canada; pub. by A. Bureau & Bros., 550 Sussex Street, Ottawa, 
Canada, (1904). 



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Perry Family. 



-Uriah Perry was b. in Prussia. He came to America at an early age 
and was sold to a farmer named Myers, in Clarkstown, Rockland Co. , 
N. Y., for the balance due on his fare for the ocean voyage. He ran 
away from this man, and at the age of 18 enlisted with the English forces 
and fought through the French and Indian War, standing near the dying 
General Wolfe on the Plains of Abraham before Quebec. Finally he set- 
tled down at Rockland Lake and for forty years, including the Revolu- 
tionary period, kept the Slaughter's Landing Dock. He died at the 

age of 106 years. He m. Deborah , who was b. in 

Rockland Co., N. Y. A grandson, John G. Perry, is the authority for 
these statements. Children: 

A— John, b. 7 Jan., 1772; d ; m. Mary Gilchrist, 1). 10 

Jan., 1779; d. 11 Nov.. 1842. Lived in Rockland Co., N. Y. Chil 
dren : 

1 — Hannah, I). 12 Dec, 1798; d. young. 
*2— John Gilchrist, I). 24 Mar., 1799; m. 15 Dec, 1S27, Anna 
Gesner. Children: 1. Emily and 2. Amanda (twins) : 3. Henry: 
4. Margaret: 5. Julia: 0. Mary: 7. Hannah: 8. Elvira: 9. John: 
10. Rachel: 11. David: 12. John G. Jr. 

3— David, b. 29 Feb., 1801. Children: 
1. Theodore: 2. Jacob: 3. John N. 

4 — Harmon, b. 3 Nov., 1802; d. in infancy. 

5 — Mary, b. 4 June, 1804; in. Gesner. Children: 

1. Hannah: 2. Margaret Ann: 3. Henry T.: 4. Hannah .V 
Mary (twins). 
6 — Hannah, b. 18 Jan., 1807; in. David Cook Coddington. 

7— Sandy, b. 28 May, 1810. Children : 

1. Susan Ann: 2. Mary: 3. Melvina:4. Caroline: 5. Christina: 
6. Hiram: 7. Sandy. 
S— Gilchrist, b. 27 June, 1812. Children : 

1. Ann Eliza: 2. Mary: 3. Margaret: 4. Gilchrist:"). David. 

9 — William, b. "> Feb., 1810; d. in infancy. 
B — Mann (or Maun). 
C— William. 
D— Polly. 
E— Sally. 

* See Nyack Evening Star, for March 21. 1893. 

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Robinson Family. 

1— Zelotus Robinson, b. 6 Feb., 1753; d. 16 July, 1845; m. 25 Jan., 1776, 
Hannah Waller, b. 10 Aug., 1758; d. 8 Jan., 1832. 

2 — James Waller Robinson, (son of Zelotus and Hannah Waller Robinson, 
of Danbury, Conn.,) b. 29 May, 1790; d. 25 Nov., 1874; m. Hannah, (2d 
dau. of *Peter and Charity Dob, of New York City.) b. 27 July, 1795; d. 
21 June, 1887. 

3 — Edward Augustus Robinson, (3d son of James Waller and Hannah Dob) 
b. 20 July, 1836; m. 23 March, 1861, Josephine Adelia Coddington, dau. of 
David Cook Coddington and Hannah Perry. 

Note— *Peter Dob, b. 2 Dec, 1760; d. 2 Dec, 1818; m. (1st) 2 Jan., 1785, 
Charity Cocks, b. 5 March, 1768; d. 14 May, 1807. M. (2d) 18 Oct., 1807, 
Catherine Bancker. 



Note — Robinson Homestead at Sing Sing, (now Ossining) N. Y., is mentioned 
in the History of Westchester County. 



25 



Fitch Family. 



Thomas Fitch, b. in England about 1590; m. in 1611. 

Rev. James Fitch, (son of Thomas) b. in Booking, England, in 1622; came to 
America in 1638, m. (1st) Abigail Whitfield; m. (2d) Priscilla Mason. By 
his second wife he had a son named Jeremiah. 

Capt. Jeremiah Fitch, (Son of Rev. James) b. Sept., 1670; d. 22 May, 1736; 
m, Ruth Gilford. 

Capt. Abner Fitch, (son of Capt. Jeremiah) b. 1703; m. 17 Feb., 1736, 
Ruth Rose and had children: 

(1) Jeremiah, b. 29 March, 1737. 

(2) Jephthah, b. 22 Mar., 1740. 

(3) Bettee, b. 11 Sept., 1743. 

(4) Ruth, b. 13 Oct., 1744. 

(5) Abner, b. 18 Nov., 1749. 

(6) Jephthah, b. Sept., 1752. 

Jeremiah, (son of Capt, Abner), b. 29 March, 1737; m. 1 Feb., 1759, Abigail 
Whitmore and had the following children: 
1— Daniel, b. 17 Jan., 1760. 
2— Thaddeus, b. 21 July, 1761. 
3— Roxanna, b. 13 June, 1763. 
4— Thankful, b. 16 Jan., L765. 

5 — Converse, b. 2-1 Oct., 1769, in Tolland, Conn.; m. Annua Grant, dan. 
of Ozias Grant, 5th in descent from Matthew Grant. Ozias Grant 
served in the English and French War of 1755 ami in the Revolu- 
tionary War. Converse Fitch and Annua Grant had the following 
children: 
1 — Nathan. 
2 — ( >rson. 
3 — Fanny. 
4: — Lorana. 
6 — Russell. 
7 — Abiel. 
8— Warren. 

5 — Augustus, (eldest son), b. 1793, Tolland, Conn. ;m. Emily Nims, 
dau. of Rufus Nims, of Deerfield, Mass., and Cynthia Wright, who 
afterwards m. Ebenezer Blackstone (a widower). Augustus Fitch 
and Emily Nims had the following children : 

1— Russell Wright, b. 30 Jan., 1825, at Rodman N. Y. Living 
at Lowville, (1907). Farmer; m. Margaret Budlong. Chil- 
dren: (All living at Lowville, N. Y., 1907.) 

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a — Daniel Lamont, m. (1st) Lucinda Rogers, sister 
of Wm. P. Rogers; m. (2d) Elizabeth Richter. Child: 
Nina. 
b — Deloss Augustus, m. Gertrude Pel ton. No children, 
c — Manning Eugene, m. Cora Young, at Hammond, N.Y., 
1905. She died at Lowville, N. Y., Aug., 1906. No 
children. 
d — Warren Fayette, unm. 
2 — Leander Lower, Morristown, N. Y.; farmer; m. Emily Acker- 
man. Children: 
a — Estella. 
b — Stanley. 
c — Emma. 
3 — Amos Nichols, Morristown, N. Y.; builder and farmer; m. 
(1st) Emily Atwood. Children: 
a— Willis F. 
b — Frank. 
c — Eva. 
\[. (2d) Mary Dake. Children: 
a — Burton. 
b — Leslie. 
c — Percy. 
4 — Charles Carroll, Morristown, 
Mrs. Ruth Carter Coonradt. 
Child: 

Fred. M. Hattie Smith. 
Lawrence river, June, 1905. 
5— Frederick Morris, Enlisted in Co. C, 60th N. Y. Vol.; 
served about 18mos.; discharged for disability. After spend- 
ing 3 mos. at home, he re-entered army, enlisting in 14th 
N. Y. Heavy Artillery; served until battle of Fort Steadman, 
30 Mar., 1865, where he was mortally wounded; lived a 
month and died in Slough Hospital, Virginia. 
6 — Girl, d. in infancy 
7 — Girl, d. in infancy. 

8— Warren Rodolphus, b. 31 Dec, 1836 at Rodman, N. Y.; m. 
(1st) 18 Sept., 1860, Lydia Jane Blackstone, b. 18 July, 1838, 
at Morristown, N. Y.; d. 11 Apr., 1873, at Lowville, N. Y.; 
dau. of Calvin Blackstone (and gr. dau. of Ebenezer Black- 
stone) and Lydia Tyler, dau. of Frederick Tyler. Children : 
a— Leone Adelle, b. at Brier Hill, N. Y., 5 Feb., 1865; m. 
12 Dec, 1888, Rev. Herbert Guibord Coddington, D. D., 
Rector of Grace church, of Syracuse, N. Y. Child: 
Dorothy Coddington, b. 23 Apr., 1894. 
b — Inez Genevieve, b. at Brier Hill, N. Y., 6 Feb., 1871; 
m. 7 June, 1893,Rutson Rea Smiley, of Lowville, N. Y.; b. 
14 July, 1869, son of Amos Vincent Smiley and F. Amelia 
Rea. Children : 

Ethel Smiley, b. 9 Aug., 1895. 



N. Y.; builder and farmer; m. 
(She had dau. by 1st husband). 

He was drowned in the St. 



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Evelyn Smiley, b. 6 Apr., 190."). 
(Warren Rodolphus) 
M. (2d) 1 Oct., 1874, Edna Luella Arthur, (dau. of Edwin J. 

Arthur and Esther A. Glasgow) b : d. 12 

Feb., 1895. No children. 
M. (3d) 21 Jan., 1897, Roxa A. Snow, of Fulton, N. Y., (dau. of 
Ephraim Snow and Electa Rose) b. 10 Sept., 1S48, at Cen- 
tral Square, N. Y. No children. 

History of Deerfield, Mass., by George Sheldon, vol. 2, p. 391 (Wright Gen- 
ealogy). 

Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut, by R. R. Hinman, Hart- 
ford., 1852. Page 698. 

History of Montville, Conn., p. 377. (Fitch Family) 

History of Wallingford and Meriden, Conn., by Davis, p. 671. (Cook Genea- 
logy). 

"Old Houses of the Ancient Town of Norwich," by Maty E. Perkins, 
Norwich, 1895. 

Bedford Old Families. 

Ancient Windsor, (Conn.) vol. 2, p. 160 (Genealogy of Capt. Aaron Cook's 

family). 

History of Hadley, Mass., by L. M. Boltwood, 1863; p. 465, (Genealogy of 
Capt. Aaron Cook's family). 

History of Hadley, Mass., by Sylvester Judd, Northampton. 1863, p. 465 

(Genealogy of Cook). 
History of Deerfield, Mass.. p. 82, (Billings Genealogy). 



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Cook Family. 

OF HANOVER, N. J. 

John Cook, m., as his second wife, Mabel Johnson, who was b. 16 Feb., 1758, 
and died 25 Feb., 1817. Their children were probably: 

(1) John. 

(2) William. 

(3) Timothy. 

(4) Samuel, who d. 30 Dec, 1861, aged 80 yrs., 3 mos., 9 days. 

(5) Sarah, who d. 10 May, 1855, aged 67 yrs. 

(6) Phoebe, b. 27 Nov., 1778, d. 8 Feb., 1825; m 28 Mar., 1801, Mil- 
lard Coddington. Phoebe Cook Coddington was buried in St. 
John's church yard, New York City. See Records of Trinity Parish. 

John Cook's children by his first wife were probably: 

(1) Polly, d. 17 Sept., 1854, m. Green. 

(2) Alexander, d. 2 April, 1845 at Whippany, N. J. 



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Index 



Page 

Ackerman, Emily 27 

" Mary M. C, 12 

Alexander, John ....12 

Arthur, Edna L 28 

" Edwin J 28 

" Esther A. G 28 

Atherton, Major H 6 

Atwood, Emily 27 

Bancker, Catherine 25 

Barron, Ann C 13 

" Eliza N.J 13 

" Joan 13 

" John 13 

Henrietta B 13 

" Mary P .13 

" Samuel 13 

Bedman, Harriet W. C 12 

" Lewis W 12 

Belcher, Gov 9 

Bingley, William 5, 9 

Black, Elizabeth 15 

Blackstone. Calvin 27 

Cynthia W 26 

" Ebenezer 26,27 

LydiaJ 27 

LydiaT 27 

Blanchard, Anna 6 

Thomas 6 

Boesme, Marie A 21 

Brandreth, Dr. Benj 13 

Brant, David 10 

" Fannie 10 

Brewster, Henrietta 13 

" Jane W 11 

PhebeH 11 

Samuel 11 

Brien , Marguerite 21 

Brown, D'Agathe R 21 

" Henrietta ...21 

" William 21 

Buckley, Annie K 15 

" Margaret K 15 

William K 15 



Page 

Budlong, Margaret 26 

Bycount , Elizabeth 9 

" Solomon 9 

Callahan, Ella C 16 

Herbert »16 

Carrington, — 7 

Carter, Eleanor C 18 

" Howard M 18 

" J. Louise J 18 

" Louise "....18 

" Ruth 27 

Cathcart, Mary E 18 

Celerier-Roch, Marie A 21 

Chapman, Thomas 9 

Christian, Eleanor 18, 21 

Cocks, Charity 25 

Coddington, Alan E 11 

Alice E. R 12 

Alston M 12 

Andrew H 16, 17 

Andrew H. Jr 17 

Andrew R 17 

Ann 13 

" Anna 9 

Anna L 12 

Annie K. B 15 

Arthur 16 

Arthur D 16 

Ashur 9, 10, 12 

Benjamin. 7, 8,9, 10 

" Benjamin H. 17 

Bloomfield 13 

Charles E 18 

Charles F 16 

Charles M 14 

Charles P 18 

Daniel 8, 12 

David 10, 11 

David C, 13, 14, 15, 
16, 20, 24, 25. 

David L 11 

David N 17 

Dorothy 19, 27 



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Page 

Coddington, Ella 16 

Ellen Hance 12 

Eliza H 14 

Elizabeth 7, 8, 9 

Elizabeth Black 15 

Ellis 12 

Ellis B... 12 

Elsie B 12 

Emery 17 

" Emma G 

Ethel 19,21 

Ethel H 18 

Fannie R 15 

Fannie R. R 15 

" Florence M 15 

Frank P 16 

Frederick 16 

Gertrude L 14, 19, 22 

Hannah 7. 8 

Hannah (1 ... IS, is 

Hannah M 16, 17 

Hannah M. K 15 

Hannah P 14, 24, 25 

Harriet W 12 

Henry 6 

Henry A 15 

Rev. Herbert G., 18, 
lit, 22, 27. 

Hilda W. C ' 12 

Hiram R 20 

Iona E .... 17 

Isaac 9, 10 

J. Bloomfield... 12 

John. 5, (i, 7. 8, 9, 10 
John M 15 

John W 17 

John Wells 14 

Jonas H 11 

Joseph 7 

Joseph B. 12 

Josephine A 20, 25 
Josephine H. H. 11 
Jotham 9, 10, 11, 13 
Jot ham M 11 

Kate L. McM 16 

Laura W. I) 11 

" Laura J 16 

Leone A. F. 19, 22, 27 
Lida 16 



Page 
Coddington, Louisa G 18, 22 

Louise 16 

Louise F 12 

Lydia 9, 13, 14 

-Margaret 9, 13 

Margaret L. P 16 

Margaret X... 17 

Martha 9 

Mary 7, 8, 9, 13 

Mary Ann 11, 16 

Mary Cat heart 18 

Mary E 18 

Mary J 12 

Mary M 10, 13 

Mary Margaret 12 

Mary White 7 

May 12 

Millard 10, 13, 14, 29 

Moses 11 

Paul ...16 

Perry 1 

Philip E. 17 

Phoebe Cook 13, 29 

Rachel 8 

Rebecca 9, 12 

Reuben 9, 10 

Richard. 8 

Rosa 17 

Sabra.. 10 

Sabrah 9, 10 

Samuel B... 12 

Sarah 6, 7, 9, 10 

Sarah Ann 13, 14 

Sarah J. M 12 

Sarah M 13 

Sophia J. C. 16 

Stockdale 7 

Susanna 11 

Susan S. T 12 

Thomas 9, 10 

Uzziah it, 10 

Violet t a 17 

Violet ta G. Van V 16 
Lev. Wellesley P., 14, 
18, 22. 

Wesley 16 

William 13, 14, 15 

William C 12 

William G 16 



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Page 



Coddington, Gov. William 5 

William H.,... 15, 16, 17 

William Hugh 17 

William P 18 

Winifred 19,22 

Zillah 9 

Codington 7 

Conger, Enoch 9 

John 9 

" Job, Jr. 9 

Lydia 9 

" Zillah 9 

Connett, Mehitable 6 

James (or John) 6 

Cook, Alexander 29 

" AlfordB 12 

" Clarence J 12 

" Ellen H. C 12 

" Helen M 12 

" James J 12 

" John 13, 14, 29 

" Mabel J 13, 14, 29 

" Phoebe 13,29 

" Polly 29 

" Samuel 29 

" Sarah 29 

" Timothy 29 

" William 29 

Coonradt, Ruth C 27 

Cordes, Rebecca 15 

Crowell, Ann 10 

Edgar .10 

" Edward ...10 

Fannie 10 

James 10 

Kate 10 

Polly 10 

SabraC 10 

Randolph 10 

Crosby, Sophia J 16 

Cuddington, John 5 

Cushman, Orilla M 22 

Dake, Mary 27 

Darrien , Harriet 17 

DeBellerose, Eleanor M 21 

Dennis, Jonathan 5, 7, 9 

Devery (or Devereaux), Marie R. G. 

21. 
Devery (or Devereaux) Richard. 21 



Page 

Dob, Catherine B 25 

" Charity C 25 

" Hannah 20, 25 

" Peter 20, 25 

Dolly, Laura W 11 

" Thomas W 11 

Everitt, Francis 9 

Ewing, Margaret 17 

Fitch, Abiel 26 

" Abigail Whitfield 26 

" Abigail Whitmore 26 

" Abner. 26 

" Capt. Abner 26 

" Amos N 27 

" Aruma Grant 26 

" Augustus 26 

" Bettee 26 

" Burton 27 

" Charles C 27 

" Converse 26 

" Cora Young 27 

" Daniel 26 

" Daniel Lamont 27 

" Deloss A 27 

" EdnaL. A 28 

" Elizabeth Richter. 27 

" Emily Ackerman 27 

" Emily Atwood 27 

" Emily Nims 26 

' ' Emma 27 

" Estella 27 

" Eva 27 

" Fannie 26 

" Frank 27 

" Fred 27 

" Frederick M 27 

" Gertrude Pelton 27 

" Hattie S 27 

" Inez G 27 

" Rev. James 26 

" Jephthah.. ...26 

" Jeremiah 26 

" Capt. Jeremiah 26 

" Leander L 27 

" Leone A 19, 27 

" Leslie 27 

" Lorana 26 

" Lucinda Rogers 27 

" Lydia J. B 19, 27 



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Page 

Fitch, Manning E 27 

" Margaret Budlong 2<> 

' .Mary Dake 27 

" Nathan 26 

'• Nina 27 

• Orson 26 

" IV icy 27 

• Priscilla Mason 26 
" RoxaA. Snow 28 

Roxanna., 26 

•• Russell 26 

" Russell W 26 

•• Ruth 26 

" Ruth Carter. 27 

" Ruth Gifford. 26 

•• Ruth Rose 26 

'• Stanley 27 

•' Thaddeus..... 26 

•• Thankful 26 

•■ Thomas 26 

' Warren 26 

Warren Fayette 27 
•• Rev. Warren R 19, 27 

" Willis F 27 

Fitzrandolph, Jacob 8 

1 razee, Jonathan ... '.» 

Martha 9 

Frennell, Sophia J 16 

Freeman, Louise 12 

( tardner, Abigail 6 

Anna 6 

Benjamin (i 

Hannah 6, 7 

Esther 6 

Anna T> 6 

Henry ti 

John' 6 

Patience 6 

Rebecca 6 

Richard 6 

Ruth (i 

dates, Polly 10 

" Theophilus 10 

Gesner, Rev. A. H 20 

Anna 24 

Hannah 24 

Henry T 21 

Mar-are! A 24 

Mary 24 



Page 

Gifford, Ruth 26 

Gilchrist, Mary P.... 24 

Glasgow, Esther A ...28 

Grant, Annua . 26 

" Matthew 26 

■ Ozias 26 

( iiven, Hannah ( i. C IS 

" Lisle C 18 

" Lisle 1! 18 

•' Polly. 29 

Guibord, Hon. Alfred 22 

Alfred W 22 

Alice J. S 21 

Alonzo 23 

Rev. Alphonse... 19, 23 
Antoine 21 

Charles (i 22 

David 2] 

Edgar 2:-! 

Edwin A 23 

Eleanor 23 

Eleanor M. DeB L8,2l 
E.stella 

Eva 2:-! 

Frances W 22 

Francois 21 

(dace J 

Harry 23 

Harry B... 22 

HattieS 22 

Helen B 

Henrietta R 21 

Henry W 21 

Henry \\ '., Jr 22 

James 23 

John H 22 

Joseph 21 

Joseph (case ot i 23 

Joseph A 22 

Joseph H 22 

Leonard L 22 

Leroy W.. 23 

Lois A. W 23 

Louis 18,21,22 

Louisa lfi. 22 

Louisa M. W 22 

Lucy E 22 

Marguerite 15 21 

Marie Anne C. R 21 



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Page 

Guibord, Marie Angelique B 21 

Marie G. St. G 21 

" Marie Josephte LeC 21 

" Marie Rose 21 

Mary M 23 

Mary Rose 23 

MaryW 22 

Olive 23 

Orilla M. C 22 

Paul 21 

Philip A 22 

Raymond 22 

Richard 22 

Robert H 22 

Rutherford B. H 22 

Sarah E 22 

Sarah H. W 22 

Sarah M. W 21 

Wallace 23 

WalterS 23 

Warren W 22 

Hallenbeck, George 17 

Harriet D 17 

Isabelle 17 

Hariot, George W 11 

Josephine H 11 

Ursula J 11 

William 10 

Henderson, Mary 22, 23 

Hill, Rev. John B 18 

" Laura 18 

Hilliker, Edward R. R 20 

EllaD. R 20 

Griffin S 20 

Hobbert, Elizabeth 7 

Hope, Isabelle 17 

Jaques, Eliza A 13 

Jauqcas (?) John 9 

Jennings, Mary 16 

Jephson, John 6 

John, Jr 6 

(Jepson) Ruth 6 

Johnson, Anna N-. IN 

BurnettieC 16 

Charles W 16 

David Perry 17 

David Perry, Jr 17 

Esther 6 

Florence E. R. S .......16 



Page 

Johnson, Frances L 18 

Hannah M. C 16,17 

Helen N 18 

Hester. 6 

J. Louise 17 

Jennie Lou ise 17 

John Millard 18 

John Y 16 

Kenneth 17 

Mabel 13 

Mary J 16 

Margaret 18 

Margaret DeB. McL 17 

Marion 18 

Martha J 16 

Robert McL 17 

William 6, 17 

Major William 6 

William G 16, 17 

Jones, Ursula 11 

Kattenhorn, Fannie R. C 15 

Henry O 15 

Rebecca C 15 

Robert 15 

Kenypers, Rev. G. A 20 

Kinsman, Charles 15 

Eleanor 15 

Eliza B. W 15 

Franklin 15 

" Hannah M 15 

Kirkman, Margaret 15 

LeClerc, Marie J 21 

Linder, Charles 18 

" Corrie 18 

" Mary E. C 18 

" Dr. S. S 18 

Mackay, John W 13 

Manning, John 11 

SamuelS 11 

" Susanna C 11 

Marsh 8 

Marsh, David C 11 

" Elizabeth 8 

" Jacob 11 

" John 11 

" Lucretia 11 

" Mary 11 

" Mary A 11, 12 

" Moses 1 1 



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Page 

Marsh, Sarah Frances 11 

" Sarah J.... 12 

" William B 12 

Mason, Priscilla 26 

McLeod, John W 17 

Margaret DeB 17 

SeraphinaA. T 17 

McMillan, Kate L 16 

Merrill, Georgia M 11 

Messenger, William 9 

Millard, Maiy 10 

Moore, Charles J 17 

" IonaE. C 17 

" Gertrude E 17 

" John J 17 

Moores, Robert 10 

Thomas 10 

Morgan, Kate C 10 

Morris, J. Marsh 11 

" Mary M 11 

Myers 2 1 

Nesbitt, .Margaret.. 17 

Margaret E 17 

Samuel 17 

Xcwe, John 9 

Nickerson, ('apt. C. N 15 

Fannie R. R 15 

Nims, Emily... 26 

Cynthia, W 26 

" Rufus 26 

Northrup, Anna 18 

O'Blenis, Margarel C L3 

William 13 

( )liver, Sarah !• 

" William !i 

Pangbum, Mary '.» 

William 

Park, Job 8 

Pelt on, Gertrude 27 

Perry, Amanda 24 

" Ann E 24 

" Anna G 21 

" Caroline 24 

" Christina 24 

'• David 24 

" Deborah 24 

'• Elvira 24 

" Emily 24 

•' Gilchrist 24 



Page 

Perry, Hannah 14, 24, 25 

" Harmon 24 

" Henry 24 

" Hiram 24 

" Jacob 24 

" John 14, 24 

" John G 24 

" John G., Jr. 24 

" John X 24 

" Julia 24 

" Margaret. 24 

" Mary 24 

" Mary G 14,24 

" Mann (or Maun) 24 

" Melvina 24 

" Polly 24 

" Rachel 24 

" Sally 24 

" Sandy 24 

" Susan Ann... 24 

" Theodore 24 

" Uriah 24 

'• William 24 

Pine, Hannah 8 

" .. 8 

Place, Margarel 1. 16 

Potter, Mary L3 

Rea, F. Amelia 27 

Reed, Luke.. <> 

Remer, John 14 

Marjorie S II 

Richter, Elizabeth. 27 

bickers, Fannie R 1"> 

Riley, Alice E 12 

•• Catherine 12 

" Daniel 12 

Robinson, Charles P 20 

Edward A 20, 2:. 

Edward A., Jr.. 20 

Ella Dob 20 

Hannah D 20, 25 

Hannah W 25 

James W 20. 25 

Josephine A. C. .20,25 

Josephine B... 20 

William W 20 

Zelotus... 25 

Rogers, Lucinda 27 

William P 27 



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Page 

Rolfe, Moses 8 

Roll, Sanford F ...11 

" Lucretia 11 

Rose, Electa 28 

" Ruth .26 

Rue, Guillaume de la 21 

" Jeanne de la ...21 

Searls, Rev. W. N 20 

Smiley, Amos V 27 

" Ethel 27 

Evelyn 27 

F. Amelia 27 

Inez, G. F 27 

Rutson Rea 27 

Smith, Rev. M. M 12 

" Hannah 16 

" Hat tie... . 27 

Snow, Electa R ...28 

" Ephraim 28 

" RoxaA 28 

Soper, Alice J 21 

St. Germain, Marie G 21 

Stevens, Florence Elo Rue 16 

P. C 16 

Stinson, Aaron K 14 

Eliza H. C 14 

" Emma M 14 

Fannie K 14 

" Gertrude L. C 14, 19, 22 

William C 14, 19, 22 

Thompson, Abigial 6 

James, 6 

Thorp, Capt John 12 

" Susan S 12 

Trueman, Serphina A 17 

Tucker, Aaron 13 

" LydiaC 13 



Page 
Tyler, Frederick 27 

" Lydia 27 

Van Velsor, Hannah S 16 

John.. 16 

ViolettaG 16 

Voelkers, F. T 17 

ViolettaC 17 

Waller, Hannah 25 

Warner, 13 

MaryC 13 

" Joan 13 

" Samuel 13 

Waterhouse, Eliza B 15 

Webster, Louisa M 22 

Weeks, Sarah M 21 

Wever, Eva G 23 

" Frances L 23 

" Harry 23 

" Lois A 23 

" Mary H 22,23 

" Samuel H... 22,23 

" Sarah H 22 

" Willis L 23 

White, Mary 7 

Whitfield, Abigail 26 

Whitmore, Abigail .26 

Whittemore, Rebecca 6 

Samuel 6 

Williams, Hilda 12 

Woglum, Ann C. B 13 

13 

Wood, Jane 11 

Wright, Abner 9 

" Cynthia 20 

" Margaret 9 

Young, Cora 27 

Woodbridge, Rev. John 5 



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