Road in Bradford County
Photo by Joyce M. Tice
(Haines to Ingersoll)
Thomas Hakes received as member of Presbyterian Church at Aspinwall (now Coryland) in 1832.
William Hakes b. 1847 m. 15 Feb 1873 Aletta Tice b. 1854 daughter of Jacob Tice. Resided Wells. Aletta d. 1918 (ts) and William d. 1919 (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
1. William Harvey Hakes b. 15 Oct 1875.
2. Edith Mabel Hakes b. 6 Sept 1877.
3. Laura Hakes.
4. Frances Hakes b. 22 Mar 1882.
5. Helena Belle Hakes b. 2 June 1887 Wells m. Tracy Everett.
6. Anna Elizabeth Hakes b. 2 Aug 1891 Wells d. 18 Jan 1894 2y (Bradford County death record) buried Mosherville Cemetery.
Silas Hall b. 4 Dec 1756 Rhode Island son of John Hall and Olive Spaulding, served in the American Revolution, m. in New Cornwall, New York, Martha Jay b. 16 Feb 1762. Enumerated in New Cornwall, Orange County, New York in 1790 with one male over age sixteen (b. before 1774), two males under age sixteen (b. 1775-90), and five females. 1840 pensioner in Elmira, New York, age 84, residing with Joshua Hall. Silas d. 10 May 1850 Horseheads, New York.
1. James Hall b. 3 Apr 1780.
2. Francis Hall b. 30 Mar 1782.
3. Abiah Hall b. 13 Mar 1784.
4. Mary Hall b. 6 Feb 1788.
5. Phebe Hall b. 15 May 1790.
6. Joshua Hall b. 22 Oct 1792.
7. Catherine Hall b. 8 Mar 1796.
8. Martha Jay Hall b. 1798 Broome County, New York.
1. Joshua Hall b. 22 Oct 1792 first appears on the 1826 assessment of Wells. Joshua purchased 100 acres Apr 1825 (Liber 2:13) from Solomon L. Smith, which was the land originally settled by Lemuel Gaylord and Sylvia Murray in the Seeley Creek Valley at the state line and sold (2:13) to Solomon L. Smith on 9 Sept 1814. Joshua enumerated 1830 census of Wells, age thirty and under age forty (b. 1791-1800) and with one female of age forty and under age fifty (b. 1781-90). Enumerated in Elmira, Chemung County, New York in 1840 with one male of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1821-25), two males of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1811-20), one male of age forty and under age fifty (b. 1791-1800), one male of age eighty and under age ninety (b. 1751-60), one female of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1821-25), one female of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1811-20), and one female of age fifty and under age sixty (b. 1781-90). Enumerated in Elmira in 1850. Wife, Azubah b. 1788 New York. Minister, Joshua d. 29 Oct 1864 age 71 at his residence near Horseheads (Elmira Daily Advertiser, Elmira, New York, November 2, 1864). Azubah d. 10 Apr 1876 87y 10m 16d, born Orange County, buried Second Street Cemetery (Elmira City Death Record). She was perhaps Azubah Racket of Walkill, Orange County, b. 28 Sept 1788.
Joshua Hall b. 1751-60 was enumerated in Elmira, Tioga County (that portion that became Chemung), New York in 1820 with one male of age ten and under age sixteen (b. 1805-10), one male over age forty five (b. before 1775), and one female of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1756-94). Enumerated in Elmira, Chemung County, New York in 1840 with one male of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1821-25), two males of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1811-20), one male of age forty and under age fifty (b. 1791-1800), one male of age eighty and under age ninety (b. 1751-60), one female of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1821-25), one female of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1811-20), and one female of age fifty and under age sixty (b. 1781-90).
James I. Hall b. 1771-80 first appears on the 1827 assessment of Wells, enumerated 1830 census of Wells with a wife b. 1781-90 and a family. On 26 Sept 1832, James acquired a patent of 408 acres that had been surveyed 23 Aug 1832. This was a tract in northeastern Wells in the area of what was later known as Ayers Corners (junction of Bird Creek Road and Roaring Run Road. On the 1836 assessment list his property was transfered to John Benson.
son b. 1811-15.
son b. 1816-20.
son b. 1821-25.
daughter b. 1821-25.
daughter b. 1826-30.
daughter b. 1826-30.
Benjamin Hall b. 1800 was in Wells as early as 1834 when three of his children were listed as “poor children” on the assessment list. He is perhaps the Benjamin Hall enumerated in Hector, Tompkins (that portion that became Schuyler) County, New York in 1830 next to the household of John VanSciver who removed to Wells. Enumerated 1840 census of Wells. Benjamin d. 1886 (ts). Daggett Cemetery. Wife, Eunice b. 1804 d. 1892 (ts).
In our issue of the 6th inst. the death of Mrs. Silas Hall was erroneously announced. The deceased lady was Mrs. Eunice Hall, widow of Benjamin Hall, a resident of Daggett’s Mills. Mrs. Hall was twice married, her first husband being Samuel Garrison, and she was the mother of John W. Garrison, of Daggett’s Mills. Mrs. Silas Hall, although well advanced in years and in poor health, was still alive at last accounts. She lives with a daughter at Lamb’s Creek.
son b. c. 1820.
son b. c. 1822.
Eliza Hall b. c. 1824.
Ellen Hall b. c. 1826.
Francis Hall b. c. 1827.
son b. c. 1829.
son b. 1831-35.
son b. 1831-35.
daughter b. 1831-35.
daughter b. 1836-40.
Silas Hall b. 20 Oct 1811 Aurelius, New York arrived Seeley Creek Valley in 1826 m. 1835 at Daggett, Jackson Township, Tioga County, Jane E. Sims b. 21 Sept 1811 daughter of George Sims. Enumerated 1840 census of Wells with a family and in 1850 in Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania and in 1860 in Rutland Township, Tioga County. Removed to a farm in Richmond Township in 1880. Silas d. 1886 and Jane d. 1893 buried Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield, Pennsylvania.
I, Silas Hall of the Township of Richmond in the County of Tioga and State of Pennsylvania, being in failing health, I deem it but wise to make my last will and testament while I am in possession of my mental faculties and fully competent for that purpose and therefore do make and publish this my last will and testament as follows: I give bequeath and devise to my wife Jane Hall the use of all my estate both personal & real for her support for and during the term of her natural life and at her death I give and bequeath to my son Wm. A. Hall the sum of one hundred dollars and to my son George S. Hall I give and bequeath the sum of two hundred dollars and I give and bequeath to my daughter Martha J. Kennedy the sum of two hundred dollars. The residue or balance of my estate after paying the aforenamed legacies I give bequeath and devise to three of my children to wit; George S. Hall, Martha J. Kennedy, Millicent A. McConnell wife of Justus McConnell. I nominate and appoint my son in law Ralburn Kennedy Exector of this last will and testament. In witness whereof I have here unto set my hand and seal the 13th day of May 1886. I further will and direct that in case the said Ralburn Kennedy does not accept the said executorship & act as such or accepts and dies or assigns before fully administering upon my said estate, I nominate & appoint my son George S. Hall as executor of this my said will and testament.
The above and foregoing writing was signed and sealed by the above named
Silas Hall and by him published and declared as and for his last will and
testament in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names
in his presence and in the presence of each other, the day and year aforesaid.
Mark King, Henry Allen.
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
Tioga County ss:
This day before one Geo. C. Bowen Register for the probate of wills and granting letters of administration in and for the County aforesaid personally came before Mark King and Henry Allen the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing will, who being duly sworn according to law, do say that they were present and saw and hear Silas Hall the testator sign, seal, publish, pronounce and declare the foregoing instrument of writing as and for his last will and testament, and that at the time of so doing he was of sound mind, memory and understanding, to the best of their knowledge and belief. That said deponents signed their names as witnesses thereto, at the request of the testator in his presence, and in the presence of each other,
Sworn and Subscribed before me this 7th day of Sept. 1886.
In our issue of the 6th inst. the death of Mrs. Silas Hall was erroneously announced. The deceased lady was Mrs. Eunice Hall, widow of Benjamin Hall, a resident of Daggett’s Mills. Mrs. Hall was twice married, her first husband being Samuel Garrison, and she was the mother of John W. Garrison, of Daggett’s Mills. Mrs. Silas Hall, although well advanced in years and in poor health, was still alive at last accounts. She lives with a daughter at Lamb’s Creek.
1. Nelson Hall b. c. 1836.
2. Millicent A. Hall b. c. 1840 m. Justus McConnell.
3. Martha J. Hall b. c. 1842 m. Ralburn Canedy.
4. George Sims Hall b. c. 1846.
5. Mary J. Hall b. c. 1857.
David Hall b. c. 1820 New York and wife, Sarah b. c. 1825 New York enumerated 1860 census of Wells.
1. Horace Hall b. c. 1845 New York.
2. Hugh Hall b. c. 1848 Pennsylvania.
3. Maria Hall b. c. 1850 Pennsylvania.
4. Sarah Hall b. c. 1855 Pennsylvania.
Stephen Hammond b. c. 1795 m. 2 June 1821 (Sussex County, New Jersey marriage record) Adaline Farber b. c. 1801. Enumerated in Veteran, Chemung County, New York in 1830. Adaline and two children were enumerated in South Creek Township, Bradford County in 1850 and Stephen was enumerated in the Town of Elmira, Chemung County, farmer. Enumerated in South Creek in 1860, farmer. Adaline d. 24 Sept 1875 74y (ts) and Stephen d. 16 Mar 1876 80y (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery, Columbia Township.
1. son b. c. 1822.
2. Emeline Hammond b. 10 June 1823.
3. Alfred Hammond b. c. 31 Dec 1825 Sussex County, New Jersey.
4. A. Jackson Hammond b. 1828.
5. Charles Brasted Hammond b. 15 May 1830 Veteran.
6. Sophia Hammond b. May c. 1832 New York m. David B. Fries.
2. Emeline Hammond b. 10 June 1823 m. 4 Dec 1850 (Elmira Republican, Elmira, New York, December 6, 1850) Peter S. Beardsley b. 13 Dec 1823. Resided southeastern Wells Township. Emeline d. 21 Apr 1885 and Peter d. 19 Sept 1891 buried Baptist Hill Cemetery, Columbia Township.
3. Alfred Hammond b. c. 31 Dec 1825 m. Margaret Jane Lewis b. 1833 New Jeresey daughter of Dennison Lewis and Ann Fries of Wells Township and she d. 26 Feb 1854 20y 11m 5d (ts) Coryland Cemetery. Alfred m. (2)Rebecca Brasted b. c. 1830. Alfred d. 6 Nov 1900 74y 11m 6d (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery.
(Coryland News) Alfred Hammond died at his home in this place, November 6th. About two weeks ago he received a paraletic stroke from which he never recovered. Four days prior to his death he was unconscious. The deceased was about 57 years of age. He leaves an aged wife and one daughter, Mrs. Corey Brown. One son, Lewis, died about four years ago. Mr. Hammond was born in New Jersey but lived nearly all his life in this place. He united with the Baptist church in early life and held the office of deacon for twelve years. He was a member of 50th engineers, Pa. V. He was highly respected by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance, and was a sincere, upright citizen of irreproachable character, always living a consecrated christian life. The funeral was held at the Baptist church, Thursday p.m. Rev. Mr. West officiated. A large number of friends were in attendance (Troy Register, Wednesday, November 14, 1900).
Child of Alfred and Margaret:
Helen Ann Hammond b. Feb 1852 m. Harrison Cory Brown.
Child of Alfred and Rebecca:
Lewis J. Hammond b. 1855 m. Maria Wolf b. 12 Apr 1856 daughter of Horace Wolf and Huldah Haynes. Lewis d. 1896 (ts) and Maria d. 1926 (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery. One daughter, Nora Hammond m. Jefferson Prutsman.
4. A. Jackson Hammond b. 1828 m. 26 Feb 1862 (Elmira newspaper, March 1, 1862) at Horseheads, New York, Harriet Wortendyke b. c. 1839 (not 1841 per ts) daughter of Abraham Wortendyke and Rachel Doremus. Jackson d. 1892 (ts) and Harriet d. 1905 (ts) Gillett Cemetery.
Francis Hammond b. c. 1862.
Alfred B. Hammond b. c. 1864 resided Elmira, New York in 1921.
Stephen Hammond b. 1866 d. 1921 (ts) Gillett Cemetery.
Nellie L. Hammond b. June 1871 m. J. Spencer Jewell, resided Elmira in 1921, d. 1948 (ts) Oak Hill Cemetery, Troy, Pennsylvania.
Jane Hammond b. c. 1873 m. George Ameigh, resided Gillett in 1921.
5. Charles Brasted Hammond b. 15 May 1830 m. Celestia D. Rockwell b. 26 Nov 1833/34 daughter of Daniel Bennett Rockwell and Mary Breese. Enumerated in Horseheads, Chemung County, New York in 1870, working on a farm. Celestia d. June 1874. Charles enumerated in Horseheads in 1880, teamster and widower.
William D. Hammond b. 22 Nov 1860 Horseheads, New York d. 22 Aug 1937.
Emma Sophia Hammond b. 19 Sept 1863 Horseads d. 1953.
Mary Olive Hammond b. 13 Feb 1867 Horseheads d. Feb 1947.
Charles Lewis Hammond b. 2 Apr 1868 Horseheads d. 14 Aug 1942.
John B. Hammond b. 5 Jan 1870 Horseheads.
Herburt Leon Hammond b. 1 Dec 1872 Horseheads.
Fletcher R. Hammond b. 2 Mar 1874 Horseheads.
Joseph Hankinson first appears on the 1835 assessment list of Wells.
Simon Harr b. 21 June 1819 (ts) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania removed to Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1842 with his mother and brother, Jacob. Simon m. 2 July 1842 (Elmira Gazette, July 7, 1842, Elmira, New York) in Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, Arvilla A. White b. 21 June 1824 Enfield, Tompkins County, New York. The Harr family removed to Mosherville in 1844, Simon a farmer and blacksmith. His mother, Mary Sheive Harr b. 1786 d. 16 Sept 1867 81y 5m 18d (ts) Daggett Cemetery. His brother, Jacob d. 24 Jan 1857 29y (ts) Daggett Cemetery. In Nov 1869 Simon contributed $50 to a fund to remove the Presbyterian Church at the state line to French Mills (now Mosherville). Arvilla d. 21 May (obituary) 21 July (ts) 1895 and Simon d. 4 July 1900 (ts) Daggett Cemetery.
1. William E. Harr b. Aug 1843 served Company D, 161st Pennsylvania
Cav., d. 23 Oct 1864 21y 1m 24d (ts) Daggett Cemetery at Washington, DC.
History of Bradford County by Everts relates he d. 23 Dec 1864.
2. Mary A. Harr b. 12 Oct 1845 m. David Beckwith.
3. Charles S. Harr b. 8 Jan 1850 d. 19 Oct 1865 15y 9m 11d (ts) Daggett Cemetery.
Riley Harrington first appears on the 1826 assessment list (compiled fall of 1825) of Wells and last appears on the 1828 assessment list when he transferred property to Stephen Jennings.
Charles E. Harrison appears on the 1823 assessment list (compiled fall of 1822), shoemaker.
William R. Hatfield b. 4 Mar 1829 New York enumerated 1850 census of Wells in an Osgood household, m. Angeline White b. 6 Aug 1831 Pennsylvania daughter of Tylee White and Maria Applegate of Jackson Township, Tioga County. Resided northeastern Wells (1858 map) on a short road leading east from present Bird Creek Road. Enumerated 1860 census of Wells, farmer. Freelove Hatfield, age 30, residing with family in 1860. On the 1869 map of Wells their residence had changed to the north side of present Roaring Run Road near the South Creek Township line. Enumerated in Ridgebury Township, Bradford County in 1880. William d. 28 Oct 1884 (ts). Angeline enumerated in Rutland Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1900, mother of seven children, four living, daughter Ida residing with her. Angeline d. 23 July 1905 (ts) Daggett Cemetery.
1. Arvilla R. Hatfield b. 21 June 1854 m. 2 Jan 1872 (Methodist
Church Record) Eleazer N. Eaton of Wells, resided Millerton and she d.
at home of mother near Jobs Corners 21 Sept age 42 (obituary) 1897 (ts),
survived by mother, three sisters, one brother, three daughters and three
2. Eugene Simon Hatfield b. 29 Jan 1858 d. 26 Sept 1862 4y 7m 28d (ts) Daggett Cemetery.
3. John Robert Hatfield b. 21 Oct 1860 d. 29 Sept 1862 1y 11m 8d (ts) Daggett Cemetery.
4. Harriet Hatfield b. Mar 1863 m. R. Harry Cummings.
5. William Henry Hatfield b. 13 July 1866 Wells.
6. Ida May Hatfield b. Aug 1869, single, d. 4 July 1923 53y, buried Daggett Cemetery.
7. Edith Hatfield b. c. 1875 m. Frank Williams.
5. William Henry Hatfield b. 13 July 1866 m. 1893 Harriet Jane Updyke of Rutland, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. William purchased a farm in Rutland shortly thereafter, and operated it successfully for many years. During this period he was tax collector and constable for ten years. He was High Sheriff of Tioga County from 1907 to 1910. At the expiration of his term of office he moved his family to N. Woodstock, New Hampshire, where he was an official in a large lumber concern. He and his family returned to Tioga County in 1911, where he purchased a farm south of Mansfield. In 1912 he was appointed Superintendent of State Roads, which position he held almost continuously until 1919, when he organized the Tioga Washed Sand and Gravel Company, located at Tioga. He was active in the fostering of rural free delivery routes, pioneering telephone service, establishing good roads, and furthering of educational means. He was for many years connected as an official of the Citizens’ Mutual Telephone Company, and was its president for one year. He was for many years a trustee of the State Teachers College; was burgess of Tioga Borough for two years, and was chairman of the Tioga County Republican Committee for two years. He was a member of Pomona Grange, Friendship Lodge no. 247, F & AM of Mansfield; member of Lodge No. 641, I.O.O.F. and a member of the P.O.S. of A. of Tioga. He joined the M. E. Church at Roseville in 1895.
William H. Hatfield, 63, Candidate For State Committeeman, Dies at Tioga—Was
Former Head of County G.O.P. Committee.
Wellsboro, May 19—William H. Hatfield, 63, former Tioga County Sheriff, died at his home at Tioga, Sunday evening, He had been in failing health for some time. Mr. Hatfield had been prominently identified with the political life of Tioga County for many years. He was a former chairman of the county Republican committee and was a candidate for the nomination for state committeeman in tomorrow’s primaries. He was president of the Tioga Washing Sand and Gravel Company. He is survived by his widow, Harriett J. Hatfield; two daughters, Mrs. Donald Myers of Schenectady and Mrs. A. L. Niles of Tioga; three sons, Raymond B. Hatfield, Tioga County treasurer of Wellsboro; John M. of Philadelphia and Waldo M. of Mansfield; two sisters, Mrs. Frank Williams of Rutland and Mrs. Harry Cummings of Bentley Creek, also eight grandchildren. The funeral will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at the home, the Rev. Ora Crippen of the Baptist Church, assisted by the Rev. Dr. McCormick officiating. Interment will be in the Mansfield Cemetery (handwritten on obituary May 17, 1930).
Ora Hatfield b. Oct 1895 m. A. L. Niles of Tioga.
John N. Hatfield b. Jan 1897, resided Philadelphia.
Raymond R. Hatfield b. Feb 1898, County Treasurer of Wellsboro.
Mrs. Donald E. Myers, Schenectady.
Waldo W. Hatfield of Mansfield.
Albert B. Hathaway b. 21 Jan 1830 was among a list of men from Wells drafted at Towanda on 16 Oct 1862 during the Civil War, in which he served. Albert followed the occupation of a cooper at Mosherville, m. Mary L. Lewis b. 3 Jan 1833 daughter of Coursen and Ruth Lewis. Albert d. 21 Dec 1898 (ts) and Mary d. 19 Dec 1921 (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
1. Mary Elizabeth Hathaway b. 1861, single, buried Mosherville
Cemetery, no date of death inscribed on monument.
2. Anna J. Hathaway b. 1 May 1863 d. 17 Aug 1876 (ts and Bradford Argus, Towanda, Pennsylvania, August 31, 1876) Mosherville Cemetery.
Henry Haynes b. 1781-90 and wife Sarah b. 1781-90 enumerated 1820 and 1830 census of Lumberland, Sullivan County, New York. Sarah d. 1830’s. Henry enumerated in Lumberland in 1840.
1. Lydia W. Haynes b. 1810 m. 30 Sept 1829 John Hamilton Killgore
and resided Columbia Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
2. daughter b. c. 1812.
3. daughter b. c. 1814.
4. daughter b. c. 1816 or c. 1818.
5. son b. c. 1816 or c. 1818.
6. Huldah Haynes b. 15 Dec 1821 m. 16 Nov 1853 Horace Wolf and resided Columbia Township.
7. daughter b. 1826-30.
8. son b. 1826-30.
9. daughter b. c. 1830.
10. Tamar Jane Haynes b. 14 Aug 1831 was a member of the North Church of Wells, m. 26 Mar 1850 in Wells Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, Henry (Heinrich) Hilficker and resided Gering, Nebraska.
J. T. Haines, age 34, born New Jersey, with wife Harriet, age 27, born Pennsylvania, and children Fanny, age 10 born New York, Nathan age 8 born New York, Lorenzo age 4 born New York, George age 1 born New York enumerated 1850 census of Southport, Chemung County, New York.
Peter Ryerson, age 67, born New Jersey with wife Jane, age 39, born New Jersey enumerated Southport in 1850 with Alexander Haines age 9 born New Jersey, Frederick Haines age 7 born New Jersey, and Ann Haines age 5 born New Jersey in household.
Erastus W. Hazard b. c. 1814 Guilford, Chenango County, New York son of Evans Hazard and Abigail Hawley was the first lawyer in Mansfield, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1834. Erastus was of Mainesburg, Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania when he m. 11 June 1835 in Binghamton, Broome County, New York, Mary Faxon Curtis b. 16 July 1816 Binghamton, New York daughter of Bela Curtis and Persis Scoville. School teacher in 1839. Resided at or near French Mills (now Mosherville), Wells Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania in 1843. Member of Priam Lodge in Troy, Bradford County in 1847. Mary and three children were enumerated with her parents in Chenango, Broome County in 1850. Erastus and Mary were enumerated in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois in 1860 and 1870, attorney. Erastus deceased before the 1880 census enumeration when Mary was enumerated as a widow in Galesburg in the home of son Edgar.
1. John Fox Hazard b. 4 Apr 1837 d. 17 Feb 1841 buried Prospect
Cemetery, Mansfield, Pennsylvania.
2. Marshall Curtis Hazard b. June 1839 Pennsylvania.
3. Edgar Wilmot Hazard b. 4 Sept 1842 d. 7 Nov 1843 1y 2m 3d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
4. Edgar W. Hazard b. May 1846 Pennsylvania.
5. John M. Hazard b. c. 1848 Pennsylvania
Died, at French Mills, Bradford Co. Pa., on the 7th inst., Edgar Wilmot, infant son of E. W. and Mary F. Hazard, aged 14 months (The Bradford Porter, Towanda, Pennsylvania, Wednesday, November 22, 1843).
2. Marshall Curtis Hazard b. June 1839 m. 26 June 1862 (Illinois marriage record) in Knox County, Illinois, Elizabeth W. Adams b. Jan 1844. Enumerated in City of Chicago, Illinois in 1870, life insurance agent. Enumerated in Wheaton, DuPage County, Illinois in 1880, editor. Enumerated in City of Boston, Massachusetts in 1900, editor, Elizabeth mother of six children, four living.
Henry B. Hazard b. c. 1844 Illinois.
George D. Hazard b. c. 1866 Illinois.
Mary Elizabeth Hazard b. 3 Dec 1870 Chicago.
Frank Hazard b. c. 1873.
William Marshall Hazard b. c. 1876.
Caroline Hazard b. c. 1879.
4. Edgar W. Hazard b. May 1846 m. 23 Jan 1874 (Illinois marriage record) in Knox County, Illinois, Maria E. Harrison b. Jan 1846 Illinois. Enumerated in Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois in 1880, clerk. Enumerated in Hull, Lincoln Township, Sioux County, Iowa in 1900, real estate agent, Maria mother of six children, three living.
Elsie M. Hazard b. 1875.
Fred H. Hazard b. Oct 1876, teacher in 1900.
Edith C. Hazard b. Jan 1878, teacher in 1900.
Lutheria Hazard b. 1880.
Luke Hazen b. c. 1784 Swanzey, New Hampshire son of Paul Willard Hazen and Ruhamah Harrington (m. second Samuel Sawyer and daughter of Thaddeus Harrington and Thankful Dodge) m. 1 Apr 1827 Amy Jewell b. 18 Dec 1790 Salisbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut daughter of Oliver Jewell and Amy Stephens. Luke first appears on the 1837 assessment list of Wells. Enumerated 1840 census of Wells. Removed to neighboring Jackson Township, Tioga County. Luke is related to have d. c. 1857 but documentation is lacking. Amy enumerated in Salisbury, Connecticut in 1860 in household of Andrew Jewell. Amy enumerated in June 1870 in household of son John in Tioga Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Amy d. Mar 1871 (Methodist Church record for the class that met at Maple Ridge, Jackson Township).
1. John Jewell Hazen b. 6 Mar 1828 Salisbury, Connecticut.
1. John Jewell Hazen b. 6 Mar 1828 is related to have m. 12 May 1857 at Elmira, New York, Sarah Cunningham b. 28 Feb 1833 Edinburgh, Scotland daughter of David Cunningham and Ann Moore. However, the newspaper below is dated before the marriage date. The marriage date is either incorrect or there was a wife Sarah before Sarah Cunningham.
Whereas my wife Sarah Hazen, has left my bed and board without just cause or provocation, this is to caution all persons from harboring or trusting her on my account, as I shall pay no debts of her contracting after this date. John J. Hazen. Jackson Township, March 19, 1857 (The Agitator, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, April 12, 1857).
Enumerated in Tioga Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1870, farm laborer. John d. Oct 1878 Sagetown, town of Southport, Chemung County, New York. Sarah m. (2)Lester Conklin.
Sarah Hazen b. c. 1859 Pennsylvania m. Nelson Huntley.
John Hazen b. 1861 Pennsylvania m. Sarah Elizabeth Congdon.
Oliver Jewell Hazen b. c. 1863 Jackson Township, Tioga County m. 2 Apr 1889 at Southport, New York, Elva Bower.
Amy Hazen b. c. 1867 d. age 15.
Sophronia Hazen (twin) b. 12 May 1870 m. 18 Sept 1894 at Southport, Charles E. Rife.
Mary Mabel Hazen (twin) b. 12 May 1870 m. 3 Apr 1890 at Waverly, New York, William H. Morrell and 4 Feb 1901 at Addison, New York (2)Andrew Grannis.
Henry Jewell Hazen b. 27 June 1875 Wells.
James C. Heater, private Company G, 171st regiment during Civil War.
Jacob Heater was among a list of men from Wells drafted at Towanda on 16 Oct 1862 during the Civil War.
James H. Heater b. 29 Jan 1859 m. Alice Wright b. 1861 daughter of John R. Wright and Diadama Baker. James d. 13 Nov 1908 44y at 507 Pennsylvania Avenue, Elmira, New York survived by wife; brother, Nelson of Waterbury, Connecticut; brother, David of Sussex and sister, Mrs. William Quick of Sussex. Buried Mosherville Cemetery (ts and obituary). Alice d. 1910 (ts).
Floyd S. Helme b. 30 Mar 1815 son of Phineas Helme and Elizabeth Smith of Southport, Chemung County, New York m. 5 Nov 1840 (Elmira Gazette, January 16, 1841) in Ithaca, New York, Betsey C. Jones daughter of Philo Jones and Jane H. Carpenter of Seeley Creek, town of Southport. Resided Seeley Creek Valley on west side of main road between Mosherville and state line, purchasing the third farm from the state line, which they acquired from the Sayre family in 1845. Floyd d. 29 Mar 1874 59y (ts) and Betsey d. 21 Apr 1877 60y (ts) Webb Mills Cemetery, Southport, Chemung County, New York.
1. Samuel Helme b. Apr 1842 New York d. 4 Apr 1871 28y 11m 24d
(ts) Webb Mills Cemetery.
2. Finla J. Helme b. Aug 1843 d. 10 July 1845 1y 10m 11d (ts) Fitzsimmons Cemetery, town of Southport.
3. Jane E. Helme b. 27 June 1845 New York, single, d. 12 Dec 1905 (ts) Webb Mills Cemetery.
4. Finla J. Helme b. Feb 1848 Wells Township d. 20 Mar 1852 4y 1m 16d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
5. Fanny E. Helme b. June 1849 d. 20 Sept 1849 3m 18d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery. 1850 mortality schedule relates she d. Nov 1849 age 3 months.
6. Rosa Helme b. Sept/Oct 1850 d. young.
7. Emma Helme b. 29 Sept 1854 m. 1894 Tartullus Jones Garrison as his third wife. She was the sole heir and daughter of Floyd and Betsey when she conveyed the Helm farm to Lyman Brewer in 1917. Emma d. 17 May 1919 (ts) Webb Mills Cemetery.
8. Grant Helme b. Nov 1860 d. 14 Jan 1863 2y 1m 17d (ts) Webb Mills Cemetery.
George Helm b. May 1855 m. Martha Davey b. Mar 1856 daughter of Norman
A. and Jeanette Davey of Wells and they resided at Seeley Creek, town of
Southport, Chemung County, New York. George d. 19
Jan 1917 61y near Pine City, New York survived by widow and brother, Wilson of Webb Mills, New York, buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, New York (obituary). Martha d. 1931 buried Woodlawn
Cemetery, Elmira, New York. No children.
1851 Southport military roll included Samuel M. Helme.
W. W. Hemingway, cooper, b. c. 1821 Massachusetts and wife, Lorinda b. c. 1820 New York enumerated 1850 census of Wells. Mary Hemingway b. c. 1840 New York in household.
1. Charles Hemingway b. c. 1847 New York.
2. Mary E. Hemingway b. c. 1849 Pennsylvania.
Moses Colton Herrick b. 23 Mar 1802 Pittsfield, Massachusetts son of Elijah Herrick and Clarinda Colton, m. 23 Mar 1827 Sylvia Judson b. 2 Sept 1809 daughter of Ithamar Judson and Sarah Spees. Moses first appears on the 1828 assessment list of Wells, blacksmith, residing at French Mills (later Mosherville). Enumerated on the 1830 census, age 20 and under age 30 with a family. Moses appears on the 1830 assessment, but not in 1831, appears again in 1832 and last appears on the 1834 assessment list. Enumerated in Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1850. They removed to Clinton County, Iowa. Moses d. 25 Oct 1864/69 DeWitt, Iowa and Sylvia d. 1874. All four daughters m. physicians.
1. Harold Colton Herrick b. 9 June 1832 Genesee County, New York.
2. Sarah Jane Herrick b. 15 Aug 1834 Genesee County.
3. Clarinda M. Herrick b. 16 June 1836 Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania m. 25 May 1857 in Clinton County, Iowa, Dr. William E. Vary, resided Chicago, Illinois.
4. Susan Ann Herrick b. 27 Nov 1838 Jackson Township m. 30 Jan 1868 at DeWitt, Clinton County, Iowa, William Hauser.
5. Freedom D. Herrick b. 3 June 1840 Jackson Township m. Oct 1868 Charles J. Hadley.
Jacob Hilficker b. 9 Aug 1782 Safenvil, Aagua, Switzerland m. Maria Percilla. Emigrated in 1817, naturalized 15 Feb 1841 Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
1. Rudolph Hilficker b. 7 Oct 1815 Safenvil.
2. Johannes Hilficker b. 23 Jan 1819 Montgomery County.
3. Samuel Hilficker b. 3 Nov 1821 Hanover, Montgomery County.
4. Heinrich (Henry) Hilficker b. 12 July 1825 Montgomery County.
5. Hannah Hilficker b. 1827.
1. Rudolph Hilficker (spelled name as Hilfiger) b. 7 Oct 1815 m. Catherine Cassel (also Castle) b. 6 May 1820 Pennsylvania. Enumerated 1850 census of Wells. Enumerated 1870 census of Rutland Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Rudolph d. in Rutland, 15 Jan 1878 62y 4m 8d (ts) Daggett Cemetery, Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Catherine d. 10 Apr 1899 Mansfield, Pennsylvania.
Rudolph and Catherine
6. Oliver C. Hilfiger b. 21 Mar 1841 m. Priscialla E. Irvine.
7. William Hilfiger b. 1843, private Company B 80th Regiment, killed 13 July 1862 at Murfreesboro, Tennessee, buried National Cemetery, Stone River, section 1 grave 381.
8. John A. Hilfiger b. 1845.
9. Mary J. Hilfiger b. c. 1847.
10. Nathaniel C. Hilfiger b. 21 Dec 1849 m. Marion Cordelia Manley.
11. Susan Jane Hilfiger b. Oct 1851.
12. Jacob C. Hilfiger b. 1 May 1854 m. 24 Jan 1875 (Methodist Church marriage record) Fannie Graham of Jackson Township.
13. John L. Hilfiger b. 1854.
14. Oscar J. Hilfiger b. 21 Mar 1857.
15. Clarissa A. Hilfiger b. 1859.
4. Heinrich (Henry) Hilficker b. 12 July 1825 m. 26 Mar 1850 in Wells, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, Tamar Jane Haynes b. 14 Aug 1831 Lumberland, Sullivan County, New York daughter of Henry and Sarah Haynes. Enumerated in Southport, Chemung County, New York in 1850, blacksmith. Removed to McHenry County, Illinois. Henry joined the Illinois 95th Infantry during the Civil War. Removed in 1871 to Gibbon, Buffalo County, Nebraska. Tamar d. 7 Apr 1892 and Henry d. 18 May 1906 Gering, Scotts Bluff, Nebraska.
John Henry Hilficker b. 23 Jan 1851.
William Dick Hilficker.
Edith Alsera Hilficker b. 11 May 1859 Illinois.
Amy Paulina Hilficker b. 14 Mar 1869 Sharon, Walworth County, Wisconsin.
11. Susan Jane Hilfiger b. Oct 1851 m. c. 1870 Hiram Zenus Hakes b. 9 May 1843 Columbia Township son of James Hakes and Mary A. Roberts. Enumerated in Wells Township in 1900, farmer. Hiram d. 1921. Susan m. 16 Apr 1923 in Gillett, Bradford County, John Gustin b. Nov 1850 son of Samuel Knapp Gustin and Hannah Wortendyke. Susan d. 14 Nov 1929 Roseville, Tioga County, Pennsylvania buried Gillett Cemetery, South Creek Township, Bradford County.
Delia May Hakes b. 20 Dec 1870 Jackson Summit, Tioga County, Pennsylvania
m. Charles Roberts.
Willie Hakes b. 25 Feb 1872 Jackson Summit.
Jessie Hakes b. 5 Feb 1873 Jackson Summit d. 19 Mar 1873 Jackson Summit.
Frank Hakes b. 14 Apr 1874 Jackson Summit.
Edward J. Hakes b. 21 Jan 1877 Jackson Summit.
Gertrude Laura Hakes b. 28 July 1879 Jackson Summit.
Grace Maude Hakes b. 22 Aug 1882 Jackson Summit.
Melba B. Hakes b. Aug 1883 d. 1930 buried Gillett Cemetery.
Orrin Hill first appears on the 1827 assessment list of Wells, enumerated 1830 census of Wells, and does not appear after the 1831 assessment list.
Benjamin Hill first appears on the 1827 assessment list of Wells, enumerated 1830 census of Wells. In 1832 he transfered his property to Caleb Lawrence. At least three children known from the assessment lists.
1. Benjamin Hill b. c. 1818.
2. Hannah Hill b. c. 1820.
3. David Hill b. c. 1826.
Matthew Hill b. Ireland came to America c. 1835-40 first settled Ridgebury Township and in 1868 occupied farm of Theophilus Moore on Judson Hill in Wells where he d. 1870 (Reporter Journal, Towanda, Pennsylvania, July 23, 1885). Son, Joseph Hill of Wells in 1885.
Sarah Hill d. 9 Aug 1885 55y 3m 1d (ts) Judson Hill Cemetery.
J. A. Hill resided northern Wells.
Sheldon B. Hill b. c. 1828 Pennsylvania m. 27 July 1851 at Southport, Chemung, County, NewYork, Margaret Jane Holly b. 22 July 1826 Wells, Bradford County, Pennsylvania daughter of Joseph Holly and Sarah McWhorter. Enumerated 1860 census of Wells. Resided northern Wells. Sheldon was amongst a roll of men from Wells drafted at Towanda on 16 October 1862 during the Civil War. He served as a private in Company G, 171st Regiment, d. 14 May 1863 at Washington, North Carolina buried National Cemetery, Newbern, plot 7 grave 97. Margaret m. 31 Dec 1873 in Elmira, New York, Wesley Havens. Wesley d. 4 Mar 1905 Wells and Margaret d. 23 Apr 1905 Wells.
1. Francis R. Hill b. 28 Mar 1852 Chemung County, New York, resided
2. Florence Adelaide Hill b. 8 Dec 1853 m. 2 July 1872 in Wells, Alinas Cole Douglas b. 17 Sept 1849 Wells son of Alanson Cole Douglas and Jane Waldron. Enumerated in Wells in 1800 with three children, removed to Dushore, Pennsylvania. Florence d. 1 Mar 1936 Big Oaks, California.
3. Julius E. Hill b. 6 Jan 1857.
4. Joseph W. Hill b. 25 Aug 1860.
George Hines b. c. 1795 Connecticut and Abigail Hines b. c. 1804 New York enumerated 1850 census of Wells.
Daniel Holdredge b. 13 Dec 1776 New York was perhaps the D. Holdrige enumerated in Otsego County, New York in 1810 (daughter Mary Holdredge related to be born in Pittsfield, Otsego County) with one male under age ten (b. 1801-10), one male of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1766-84), one female under age ten (b. 1801-10), and one female of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1766-84). Daniel first appears on the 1818 assessment list of Wells having acquired the property of Silas Waldron in the Seeley Creek Valley near the Tioga County line on land that later became the farm of Lyman Brewer very near the hamlet that became Mosherville. Enumerated in Wells in 1820 as David Holden next to Silas Waldron with one male of age sixteen and under age eighteen (b. 1802-04), one male of age sixteen and under age twenty six (b. 1795-1804), one male of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1776-94), three females under age ten (b. 1811-20), one female of age ten and under age sixteen (b. 1805-10), and one female of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1776-94). Enumerated in Wells in 1830 with one male of age fifty and under age sixty (b. 1771-80) and one female of age forty and under age fifty (b. 1781-90). Daniel last appears on the 1834 assessment list of Wells. Daniel Holdridge enumerated 1835 census of Southport, Chemung County, New York with two males and two females in the household. Enumerated as Daniel Haldrich in Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1840 with one male of age sixty and under age seventy (b. 1771-80), one female of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1826-30), and one female of age fifty and under age sixty (b. 1781-90) residing in the area of Daggett and Jobs Corners. Daniel and wife Sally b. 1883 Connecticut were enumerated in Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1850. Daniel d. 23 Aug 1850 73y 8m 10d (ts) and Sally d. 17 Jan 1855 71y 7m (ts) in Jackson buried Jobs Corners Cemetery, Jackson Township, Tioga County. The Jobs Corners Cemetery is about two miles from where they originally settled in Wells.
DEATHS: In Jackson, Tioga Co., Pa., at the residence of her sister-in-law, Martha Seely, Mrs. Sally, wife of Daniel Holdridge, after a short but severe illness, aged 71 years & 7 months (Elmira Gazette, Elmira, New York, Thursday, February 1, 1855).
1. Henrietta Holdredge b. 28 Jan 1802 m. 22 Apr 1819 Nathaniel
2. Daniel Holdredge Jr., b. 11 Apr 1803 New York.
3. Mary Malvina Holdredge, known as Polly, b. 15 May 1804 Pittsfield, Otsego County, New York m. Waterman McIntyre.
4. daughter b. 1811-20.
5. daughter b. 1811-20.
6. daughter b. 1811-20.
2. Daniel Holdredge Jr., b. 11 Apr 1803 was single on the 1828 assessment list, m. Azuba H. Beers b. Mar 1810 New York daughter of Henry Beers. Daniel enumerated in Wells in 1830 with a wife and daughter under the age of five in the household. Daniel d. 13 July 1871 68y 3m (ts). Will (Bradford County probate 2319) dated 2 June 1866 Wells named wife, Azuba; oldest daughter, Sally Youngs; youngest daughter, Angeline Smith; son, Edgar; executor, Morris Seely of Jackson Township. Probate 27 July 1871. Azuba d. 9 July 1886 76y 3m 14d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery, Wells Township. Azuba d. 9 July 1886 Wells (Bradford County probate 4208). Daughter, Angeline Smith of Wyoming, Wyoming County, New York filed an affidavit of relatives, 21 July 1886 naming daughter Sarah Bartel of Buffalo, New York and son Edgar Holdredge, soldier in United States Army, stationed in New Mexico. She further stated the only relative of Wells was one aged sister Elsie Fitzsimmons, who would be incompetent to administer the estate.
Died in Wells, July 13, Daniel Holdridge, aged 68 years 3 months and 2 days (The Northern Tier Gazette, Troy, Pennsylvania, July 27, 1871).
7. Sarah Holdredge b. c. 1829 m. Alvah Young (2)E. G. Bartles.
8. Angeline Holdredge b. Jan 1838.
9. Edgar Holdredge b. Apr 1850 served in the United States Army and was enumerated in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1900 as single at a military base with residence given as Prescott, Arizona.
8. Angeline Holdredge b. Jan 1838 m. c. 1860 Wellington Smith b. Dec 1834. Enumerated in Bradford, McKean County, Pennsylvania in 1880, producer of oil. Enumerated in Castile, Wyoming County, New York in 1900, operating a hotel. Two children.
Harriet Smith b. c. 1866 Pennsylvania.
Edgar Smith b. c. 1875 New York.
John F. Holdredg (sic) d. 29 Mar 1830 17y 7m 8d (ts) Old Daggett Burying Ground, Jackson township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania.
Mary Holdredge b. 1785 m. Joshua G. Spencer as his second wife and they are buried in Jobs Corners Cemetery, Jackson Township.
Joseph Holly b. 7 Dec 1787 son of Silas and Esther Holly of Warwick, Orange County, New York, m. 18 Dec 1814 (Sussex County, New Jersey marriage record) Sarah McWhorter, known as Sally, b. 2 Sept 1789 daughter of John McWhorter and Margaret Carr. Joseph first appears on the 1818 assessment list of Wells. Residence was on warrant parcel 1389 north of Aspinwall (now Coryland) towards the central part of Wells. Sarah’s sister Margaret Carr and her husband Estill Wilson resided near them in Wells. within a year or two. Joseph enumerated 1820 census of Wells. There was a female child under the age of ten in their household in 1820 but their daughter b. 29 Sept 1819 is related to have died the same day. Enumerated 1830 census of Wells. Sally one of fifteen original members of Presbyterian Society at Aspinwall (now Coryland), 22 Feb 1832. Joseph Holley received as member of same church in 1838. Enumerated in Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1840. Enumerated in Southport, Chemung County, New York in 1850. Joseph d. 3 Feb 1856 69y (bible and ts) and Sally d. 23 Dec 1856 67y 3m 21d (bible and ts) buried Wood Cemetery, Rutland Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania.
1. John Holly b. 8 Sept 1815 d. 20 Aug 1821.
2. Silas Holly b. 17 July 1817 Wells.
3. daughter b. and d. 29 Sept 1819 Wells.
4. Joseph Wilson Holly b. 26 Sept 1820 Wells.
5. William Carr Holly b. 2 Aug 1822 Wells.
6. George J. Holly b. 1 Aug 1824 Wells.
7. Margaret Jane Holly b. 22 July 1826 Wells m. 27 July 1851 Sheldon Hill.
8. Roswell Holly b. 2 May 1829 Wells.
9. Sally Mariah Holly b. 23 Sept 1832 Wells d. 2 Sept 1857 24y 11m 9d (ts and bible) Wood Cemetery.
2. Silas Holly b. 17 July 1817 m. 2 Mar 1842 Sophia Smith b. 29 Dec 1820 daughter of Silas B. Smith and Milicent Wood. Sophia d. 11 Dec 1868 47y 11m 12d (ts) Wood Cemetery. Silas m. 11 Apr 1869 (2)Lucy Canfield daughter of Moses B. Canfield and Elizabeth Crippen and widow of Warren William Wheeler. Lucy d. 18 Aug 1897 Columbia Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania buried Watson Cemetery, Roseville, Rutland Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Silas d. 16 Dec 1902 buried with Sophia.
William Floid Holly b. 16 May 1843 d. 20 Oct 1864 during Civil War (ts)
Sarah Holly (twin) b. 23 June 1844 d. 15 Aug 1844.
Susan Holly (twin) b. 23 June 1844 d. 17 Aug 1844.
Esther Adelia Holly b. 30 Mar 1846 m. 17 Apr 1867 in Mansfield, Pennsylvania, Daniel Doty.
Sarah Jane Holly b. 10 Apr 1849 d. 25 Feb 1853 3y 10m 15d (ts) Pine City Cemetery, town of Southport, Chemung County, New York.
James Nelson Holly b. 20 Mar 1854 m. Mary Gates Wood.
Ira Edwin Holly b. 3 Jan 1859 d. 16 Oct 1862 3y 9m 13d (ts) Pine City Cemetery.
4. Joseph Wilson Holly b. 26 Sept 1820 m. 23 Sept 1846 Mary Wood b. 15 Sept 1824 Sullivan Township daughter of Solomon Wood and Lydia Gates. Mary d. 14 June 1893 (ts) and Joseph d. 11 Aug 1894 (ts) Wood Cemetery.
Sarah Elizabeth Holly b. 2 Oct 1849 d. 10 Aug 1853 3y 10m 8d (ts) Wood
Lydia Jane Holly b. 10 Feb 1856 d. 14 Jan 1862 5y 11m 4d (ts) Wood Cemetery.
Ruth Mariah Holly b. 18 Jan 1858 m. 11 Nov 1876 Freeman H. Welch and 4 Nov 1891(2)Menzo Amos Mudge.
Mary Eda Holly b. 29 Jan 1860 m. 17 Aug 1881 Asa Morton Crippen.
Emma Almira Holly b. 20 Aug 1862 m. 17 Aug 1881 Charles Robert Sanders.
Joseph Arthur Holly b. 9 Aug 1865 d. 22 Dec 1877 12y 4m 13d (ts) Wood Cemetery.
Dora Margaret Holly b. 4 July 1870 d. 19 Jan 1878 7y 6m 15d (ts) Wood Cemetery.
Florence Ella Holly b. 20 Oct 1872 m. 3 July 1894 George M. Cornell.
5. William Carr Holly b. 2 Aug 1822 m. 23 Sept 1846 Laura A. Houghton b. 27 Dec 1827 Rutland, Vermont daughter of Ornan B. Houghton and Mary Dutton who moved to Troy, Pennsylvania about 1841. Enumerated in Southport, Chemung County, New York in 1850, carpenter. Enumerated in Amherst, Portage County, Wisconsin in 1860. Laura d. 5 Apr 1872 Amherst of smallpox. William m. 5 May 1878 at Amherst, Eliza L. Clark b. 18 Feb 1849 Milwaukee, Wisconsin daughter of Dr. Thomas M. Clark and Mary Ruttenbur. Enumerated in Amherst in 1880, cabinet maker.
Children of William and Laura:
Laura Helen Holly b. 12 Nov 1848 Southport, Chemung County, New York.
William M. Holly b. 6 June 1854 Southport.
Alma Holly b. 29 Dec 1855 Amherst d. 8 July 1859 Amherst.
Child of Wiliam and Eliza:
Willie Clark Holly b. 12 Sept 1882 Amherst.
6. George J. Holly b. 1 Aug 1824 m. 11 Feb 1846 Amelia M. Dan b. 22 July 1826 Rutland, Tioga County, Pennsylvania daughter of James Darius Dann and Eliza Daniels. George d. 1 Aug 1866 42y (ts and bible) Wood Cemetery. After his death Amelia removed to Webb Mills, town of Southport, Chemung County, New York to be near her brother. Amelia d. 7 Mar 1895 buried Webb Mills Cemetery.
G. Lafayette Holly b. 25 Dec 1846 enlisted in the Civil War, d. 22 July
1864 in a prison camp in Portsmouth, Virginia.
Sarah E. Holly b. 16 Aug 1851 m. Andrew James Drake b. 24 Oct 1825 as his second wife. James d. 15 Jan 1899 and Sally d. 24 Dec 1935 buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, New York.
Marah Elizabeth Holly b. 7 Nov 1853 m. Elias Lounsbury.
Joseph James Holly b. 26 Sept 1855 m. Esther Ann Sharp.
8. Roswell Holly b. 2 May 1829 was enumerated in household of brother William in 1850, m. 3 Sept 1854 (Tioga Eagle, September 14, 1854) in Mainesburg, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, Sarah Violet Dailey b. 17 Mar 1837 daughter of Nathaniel Dailey and Susan Smith. Enumerated in Mansfield, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1860, farmer. Violet d. 1869 Amherst, Portage County, Wisconsin. Roswell enumerated in Amherst in 1870, carpenter. Roswell m. 9 Aug 1874 in McHenry County, Illinois, Nezza D. Hebard b. Aug 1851. Enumerated in Dorr, McHenry County, Illinois in 1880, carpenter. Enumerated in McHenry County in 1900, carpenter. Roswell d. 23 Sept 1903 McHenry County.
Children of George and Violet:
Carrie Isora Holly b. 11 Sept 1855 Tioga County m. 13 Nov 1878 Oak G. Maury.
Evaline Amanda Holly b. 20 May 1858 Mansfield, Pennsylvania m. 15 Apr 1873 Edward Hudson Munroe.
Frank Roswell Holly b. 7 Jan 1864 Mansfield m. 19 Feb 1887 Maude Germer.
Susan Bessie Holly b. 30 July 1866 Mansfield d. 5 Aug 1866 Mansfield.
Children of George and Nezza:
Maud Estella Holly b. 20 July 1875 d. 27 Feb 1904.
Francis Albert Holly b. 9 Apr 1880 Woodstock, Illinois m. 1 Aug 1908 Claire Drake.
infant son b. 20 July 1882.
Joseph C. Holly b. 26 July 1885 m. 16 Sept 1908 Ethel May Strong.
Isaac Holly m. 21 Jan 1835 Polly Milford Killgore b. 29 Nov 1801 daughter of Robert Killgore and Rachel Hasbrouck Kyte. Resided Wantage Township, Sussex County, New Jersey until their removal in 1842 or 1843 to Wells Township, following other members of Polly's family who had removed there in the 1830's. Polly d. 11 Nov 1853 (bible) buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, New York. Monument inscribed 14 Nov and possibly she was interred there from another cemetery. Cemetery office record: Polly M. Holly d. 14 Nov 1853 51y 11m 15d. Isaac is not buried with his wife and children.
1. Edward A. Holly b. 4 Feb 1836 Wantage, New Jersey.
2. Rachel Ann Holly b. 24 Dec 1839 Wantage.
3. Robert F. Holly b. 8 June 1841 Wantage.
4. Isaac Holly Jr., b. 22 Apr 1844 Pennsylvania enlisted during the Civil War in Company C, 16th Pennsylvania Reserves, promoted to Sergeant, discharged 11 June 1864 and d. 15 Oct 1864 (ts) buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, New York.
5. John Holly b. 1846, living 10 Nov 1846, deceased before 1850 census enumeration.
1. Edward A. Holly b. 4 Feb 1836 was enumerated in Brookville borough, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania in 1860, laborer, residing in a Sage household. Edward enlisted 16 Sept 1864 at
Brookville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania or Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in Company B, 211 Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was discharged 2 June 1865 at Pittsburgh. His enlistment description: age 28 years, height 5 feet 6 inches, complexion light, hair light, eyes blue, occupation wagonmaker. Edward m. 26 Dec 1867 at Luthersburg, Brady township, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, Hannah Draucker b. 28 Apr 1839 and they resided at Brookville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania and then removed to Troy, Bradford County, Pennsylvania. They were enumerated in 1880 in Alba borough, Canton Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania and then returned again to Troy and were residing there in April 1894. In 1899 they were residing at Elmira, New York. In the 1901 city directory their residence was at 214 Mt. Zoar, Edward a laborer. Edward d. 18 Apr 1909 at 213 Mt Zoar Street, Elmira, New York and Hannah d. there 6 Nov 1922 buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, New York. Edward received pension for war service and Hannah received pension as his widow.
William Isaac Holly b. 1 Mar 1869 Troy, Pennsylvania.
Hattie May Holly b. 24 May 1871 Troy.
2. Rachel Ann Holly b. 24 Dec 1839 m. 12 Sept 1866 (pension deposition)
Lafayette Empey b. 14 Aug 1840 Camden, New York son of Richard Empey and
Elima Putnam. Lafayette Empey enlisted in Company E, 146th Regiment on
1 Sept 1862 during the Civil War, was taken prisoner 2 June 1864, near
Cold Harbor, Virginia and commenced his prison life in the Pemberton building
at Richmond, called “Castle Pemberton”; remained there nine or ten days.
One night was spent in Libby prison; from there he
was sent to Andersonville, where he remained a prisoner nearly three months; then was transferred to Charleston, South Carolina, where he was in a camp which was situated on the race-course, about one month; and from here was sent to Florence, South Carolina, and confined there until the middle of February, when the prisoners were all sent North. He was paroled at Goldsborough, North Carolina, 24 February 1865, and sent into northern lines near twelve miles north of Wilmington, North Carolina, Here he remained about two weeks, when he was sent to parole camp at Annapolis, Maryland. At this place he
procured a furlough, and went home about the 20th of March. He returned to parole camp the last of May, and received his honorable discharge 20 June 1865. Enumerated in Loran, Stephenson County, Illinois in 1870, farmer. Rachel d. 16 Apr 1880 (pension deposition) 40y 3m (ts) Shelly Cemetery, Shannon, Carroll County, Illinois. She also has a marker in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, New York inscribed 1834 for date of birth and 1878 for date of death, both dates incorrect. Lafayette m. 14 July 1881 (Illinois marriage record) in Carroll County, Illinois, (2)Ann E. Morrison, known as Nancy, b. 18 Feb 1854 d. 30 June 1882 Bardolph, McDonough County, Illinois buried lot 65 Bardolph Cemetery. Lafayette m. 21 Mar 1883 (Illinois marriage record) in McDonough County, Illinois, (3)Mrs. Malinda Ulman b. 29 Apr 1839 d. 24 Mar 1890 Bardolph and her name is inscribed on the Empey monunment with Ann and Ann’s daughter Nannie. Enumerated in Jackson, Keokuk County, Iowa in the 1895 state census enumeration. Lafayette m. 9 Dec 1896 at Syracuse, New York, (4)Jane A. Gaylord b. 20 Oct 1835 Florence, Oneida County, New York widow of Dr. Samuel Cox. Enumerated in Williamstown, Oswego County, New York in 1900, farmer. Enumerated on Oswego Street, Camden, Oneida County, New York in 1910. Enumerated on Second Street, Camden in 1920. Lafayette d. 10 Nov 1920 Camden, New York.
Pension claim of LaFayette Empey of Camden, New York. John Swanson deposes
that Empey was a Sergeant in Co. E., 146th Regiment of N.Y.S. Volunteers.
On or about June 2, 1864, at the Bertherday Church battle in the State
of Virginia, was taken prisoner and carried to Richmond, thence to Andersonville
Prison, where he remained until sometime in September, 1864, receiving
but a small quantity of corn meal at sometimes cooked at others raw, when he was removed and as deponent was informed taken to Florence Prison and the deponent next saw him at Wilmington, N.C. the last of February 1865, at which time said soldier was very weak and thin in flesh and hardly able to walk, and complained of piles and rheumatism, and has continued to complain of the same up to the present time, and deponent has heard him complain of the same frequently. That the sources and reasons of deponents knowledge are his intimate acquaintance with said soldier and the fact that deponent was taken
prisoner and confined with him in said Andersonville Prison, where nearly all of said prisoners were suffering from diorhea (sic) and scurvy and said soldier resided in the same town (2 miles distant) with deponent for several years after the war and deponent saw said soldier and heard him complain of piles and rheumatism frequently and has seen him 3 or 4 times since he went west and at each time said soldier complained of suffering from piles and rheumatism. That said soldier never complained to deponent prior to his being taken to Andersonville Prison but was a strong healthy man at the time of going to prison. Deponent further states that the foregoing affidavit was all written in his presence at Camden, N.Y. on February 10, 1896, by Geo. J. Skinner from deponent's oral statements, etc. (signed) John Swanson
Questionnaire July 4, 1898:
Wife's full name and maiden name: Jinnie A. Empey - Jinnie A. Gaylord
When, where and by whom married? Dec. 9th at Syracuse, N.Y. Rev. Knapenburger
What record of marriage exists? Onondaga Co. Clerk's office, Syracuse, N.Y. Previously married to Rachiel Ann Holly, who died at Shannon, Ill. Apr. 16, 1880
Living children: Richard Isaac born Mar. 4, 1868
James Robert - b. Feb. 18, 1870
Lafayette Jr. - Apr. 23, 1875
Questionnaire Mar. 3, 1915:
Born Aug. 1840 Camden, New York. Sarg. & Lieutenant Co. E, 146 N.Y.
Post office at enlistment: Camden, N.Y.
Wife: Jane A. Empey
Married: Syracuse, N.Y. Dec. 9, 1896, Rev. Nopinburger
Previous marriages: 1st Rachel Ann (Holly) Empey Sept. 12, 1866; died Apr. 16, 1880. Nancy (Morrison) Empey July 1881; died June 30, 1882. Malinda Ulman Mar. 23, 1883
Present wife's former husband: Dr. Samuel Cox died 1898 at Williamstown, New York. He was never in the army or navy. Am now living with wife; there has never been any separation.
Names and births of all children, living or dead:
Richard Isaac b. Mar. 4, 1868, now living at Macomb, Ill.
James Robert - Feb. 18, 1870
Adela - July 11, 1873; d. July 8, 1899 (1897?)
Lafayette Empey - now living at Williamstowm, N.Y.
Declaration for widow's pension, Nov. 15, 1920:
Jane A. Empey, aged 85; born Oct. 20, 1835 at Florence, Oneida Co., N.Y.
Widow of Lafayette Empey, who enlisted Sept. 1, 1862, at Camden, N.Y. under the name Lafayette L. Empy as a Pvt., Co. E, 146th Regt. N.Y. Inf. & was honorably discharged June 20, 1865.
She married the soldier Dec. 9, 1896 under the name of Jane A. Cox at Syracuse, Onondaga Co., N.Y., by J.B. Knappenbarger, minister
Soldier's previous wives:
Rachel Ann Holley, first wife, d. Shannon, Ill., Apr. 18, 1880
Annie Morrison d. about 1882, Bardolph, Ill.
Mahala Morrison d. about 1890, Bardolph, Ill.
Dr. Samuel Cox, claimant's first husband, died at Williamstown, N.Y., Mar. 11, 1894
Said soldier died Nov. 10, 1920 at Camden, N.Y.
Soldier's pension number: 141222
Deposition from Joseph W. Fox, Sexton of Brethren Cemetery, Shannon, Carroll Co., Ill. : There is a stone standing in Shelly Cemetery at Shannon - Rachel A., wife of L.F. Empey, d. Apr. 16, 1880 aged 40 years 3 months
Deposition from Harry V. Maxwell of Bardolph, Ill. that there is a monument
in Bardolph Cemetery, Lot #65, bearing the following inscriptions:
Nancy E., wife of L.F. Empey, born Feb. 18, 1854, died June 30, 1882.
Nannie, infant dau. of L.F. & N.E. Empey. "She took her little one to Jesus"
Malinda, wife of L.F. Empey, born Apr. 29, 1839; d. Mar. 24, 1890
L.F. Empey of Pekin, Iowa, aged 76, farmer. Born Camden, N.Y., son of Richard & E. (Putman) Empey. His 4th marriage Jennie A. Cox of Williamstown, aged 61. Born Florence, dau. of C. & C. (Mills) Cox. Her 2nd marriage.
Children of Lafayette and Rachel:
Richard Isaac Empey b. 4 Mar 1868 Illinois.
James Robert Empey b. 18 Feb 1870 Illinois.
Adela Empey b. 11 July 1873.
Lafayette Empey, Jr., b. 23 Apr 1875 Illinois.
Child of Lafayette and Nancy:
Nannie Empey, marker inscribed “infant daughter, Bardolph Cemetery.
3. Robert F. Holly b. 8 June 1841 became a member of the Presbyterian Church at Aspinwall (now Coryland) in 1859, enlisted 10 Sept 1862 at Troy, Pennsylvania in Company D, 16th Pennsylvania Cavalry. He received a gunshot wound to the skull 27 Oct 1864 at Petersburg, Virginia and was honorably discharged 17 June 1865 with the rank of Sergeant. After service resided South Creek Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, mercantile business. Applied for and received pension due to serious affliction of skull fracture received during the war. In Mar 1869 he was residing at Troy, Pennsylvania, saloon keeper. Feb 1880 residing 300 Maple Avenue, Elmira, New York. Conducted real estate and furniture business in Elmira where he d. 29 Dec 1903, single, buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, New York.
William Hopps first appears on the 1840 assessment list of Wells, shoemaker. Enumerated 1840 census of Wells with a wife and two male children in the household under age 5. Wife, Ursula d. 2 June 1849 27y (ts) Mosherville Cemetery. William m. 29 Aug 1849 (Elmira Gazette, September 13, 1849, Elmira, New York) Mercy Delany of Big Flats, Chemung County, New York.
Reuben Horton b. 1766-84 appears on the 1808 assessment list of Tioga (most likely residing in that portion that now includes Wells). Enumerated on the 1810 census of Smithfield, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania from which Wells was formed with a wife (b. 1785-94) and two children. Reuben appears on the first assessment of Athens Township in 1813 (certified by the assessor on 4 May 1813; Wells Township created in April 1813 with no assessment until 1814). Reuben appears on the 1814 Athens assessment with the notation of Wells Township with 1 house, 2 oxen, and 2 cows. Reuben Horton and Joseph Powell acquired the third farm from the state line in the Seeley Creek Valley. Reuben appears on the first assessment of 1814. On the 1816 assessment his property had transfered to John Mapes.
1. son b. 1801-10.
2. daughter b. 1801-10.
Rockwell W. House first appears on the 1833 assessment list of Wells. He had a house and lot and was a blacksmith.
Joshua Hoxey first appears on the 1835 assessment list of Wells.
Alanson Hubbard first appears on the 1838 assessment list of Wells.
Sullivan Davis Hubbell (1769-1843) m. Susannah Garrsion (1773-1860) and they resided Mecklenburg, Town of Hector, Schuyler County, New York and are buried there.
1. Gilbert Hubbell b. 27 Sept 1789.
2. John Garrison Hubbell b. 20 Nov 1791.
3. Phebe Hubbell b. 6 Dec 1793 m. John Underhill Frost.
4. Stephen Hubbell b. 27 Apr 1796.
5. Bethiah Hubbell b. 8 Nov 1798 m. Mark Bailey and she d. 6 Aug 1822.
6. Aaron Hubbell b. 13 June 1801 d. 1870 buried Mecklenburg, New York.
7. Orange Hubbell b. 18 Feb 1804 d. 19 Apr 1863 buried Mecklenburg.
8. Joseph Hubbell b. 23 Apr 1806 New York.
9. Edmund W. Hubbell b. 16 Dec 1810 m. Alvira Holmes.
10. Susan C. Hubbell b. 10 July 1814 m. Thomas E. Arnell.
1. John Garrison Hubbell b. 20 Nov 1791 m. 1814 Annis McIntyre and he was enumerated in Hector in 1820. Enumerated in the 1825 state census of Hector. John first appears on the 1830 assessment list of Wells. John was enumerated in neighboring Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1830 with a family. He established a tannery at Daggett in 1831. On the 1835 assessment list John had returned to Wells. John d. 4 Feb 1839 Knox County, Ohio.
Hester O. Hubbell b. 1814-15 m. Andrew Sharp and she d. 15 Dec 1872
Wilson County, Kansas buried Maple Grove Cemetery.
Bethiah E. Hubbell b. 1816-20 m. 16 Mar 1843 at Mt Vernon, Ohio, Meeker Bottomfield.
daughter b. 1816-20 (1820 census).
Ann C. Hubbell b. 1821-25 m. 25 Oct 1846 at Mt Vernon, Ohio, Marcus Knowles.
Rhoda Hubbell b. c. 1824.
Stephen L. Hubbell b. 1825.
Joseph Albert Hubbell b. 1827.
William S. Hubbell b. c. 1829.
Susannah Hubbell b. 1833 m. John Headley.
Sarah J. Hubbell d. young.
2. Joseph Hubbell b. 23 Apr 1806 m. Catherine Baker b. c. 1808 Pennsylvania daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Baker and was enumerated in Wells in 1830 and first appears on the 1831 assessment list of Wells. On the 1832 assessment list Joseph was a shoemaker with a house and lot. On the 1833 assessment list Joseph had transfered his property to Charles Evans. Enumerated in Covington, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1850, miller. Joseph d. 29 Aug 1880 Covington, Tioga County, Pennsylvania buried Old Settlers Cemetery.
Eli Hubbell b. 1781-90 first appears on the 1830 assessment list of Wells having arrived from Hector, Schuyler County, New York. Enumerated in Wells in 1830. Wife Catherine b. c. 1797-8 New York. On the 1831 assessment list, Eli had transfered property to Isaac Baker. Eli and family moved to Buchanan County, Missouri and were enumerated in Washington Township.
1. daughter b. 1811-15.
2. Angelina Elizabeth Hubbell b. 1818 m. 21 July 1839 in Buchanan County, Missouri, a Johnson.
3. Florilla Hubbell b. 1820 m. 23 Feb 1843 in Buchanan County, Jonathan Waller.
4. Sarah M. Hubbell b. 1822 m. 1842 in Buchanan County, John Daley.
5. Ezra Edward Hubbell b. c. 1826 m. 13 Sept 1848 in Buchanan County, Rhoda Harness.
6. Olive Hubbell b. 1830 m. in Buchanan County, John G. Chaffin.
7. Diantha Hubbell b. 1833 Pennsylvania.
Sylvanus N. Hudson b. c. 1815 Vermont and wife Jane b. c. 1818 Ohio enumerated 1850 census of Wells. Removed to neighboring Jackson Township, Tioga County. Later family members resided Seeley Creek, town of Southport, Chemung County, New York.
1. Harriet M. Hudson b. c. 1837 Vermont.
2. Joel S. Hudson b. c. 1842 Pennsylvania.
3. George H. Hudson b. c. 1842 Pennsylvania.
4. William Hudson b. c. 1846 Pennsylvania.
5. Elsie A. Hudson b. c. 1849 Pennsylvania.
6. Rexford R. Hudson d. 23 Apr 1852 9m 15d (ts) Stewart Cemetery, Jackson township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania.
7. Bert L. Hudson d. 24 Aug 1862 2y 11m 12d (ts) Stewart Cemetery.
David W. Hughes, tailor, b. c. 1816 Wales and Helen Hughes b. c. 1833 New York enumerated 1850 census of Wells. David, emigrated May 1830, naturalized at Towanda, 17 Oct 1864. David m. 5 May/5 June 1855 Susan Eames Forrest.
1. Minnie M. Hughes b. 13 Mar 1858 Smithfield township
Ann Humphrey b. 1791-1800 appears as a widow on the 1838 assessment list of Wells. Her name was crossed out on the 1839 assessment list and she does not appear on the 1840 assessment. Enumerated in Wells in 1840, residing in the Hammond Creek Valley.
son b. 1826-30.
son b. 1831-35.
George Huntley b. c. 1826 New York and wife Caroline b. c. 1831 Pennsylvania enumerated 1860 census of Wells. Children b. Pennsylvania.
1. Francis Huntley b. c. 1850.
2. Margaret Huntley b. c. 1852.
3. Nelson Huntley b. c. 1853.
4. James Huntley b. c. 1855.
5. Willis Huntley b. c. 1858.
George Hyde b. 30 Nov 1782 Norwich, New London County, Connecticut son of Andrew Hyde and Mary Tracy m. 25 Dec 1808 Mercy Waier b. 18 May 1790 daughter of John Waier and Sarah Clauson of Southport, Chemung County (originally a part of Tioga County at that time), New York. Enumerated in Elmira, Tioga County, New York in 1810 with one male of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1766-84), one female under age ten (b. 1801-10), and one female of age sixteen and under age twenty six (b. 1785-94). George appears on the first assessment list of Wells in 1812-13 and he appears on the first assessment list of Smithfield Township in 1813 as a “new settler.” George was included in the Smithfield assessment as Columbia Township was formed from Smithfield Township and part of their land was in Columbia Township. Resided on warrant parcel 1390 in southern Wells at Aspinwall (now Coryland) near the Columbia Township line. George was a justice of the peace. He was called Capt. George Hyde when he was the Wells representative on the Committee of Vigilance for the Republican Convention (Bradford Gazette, Towanda, Pennsylvania, May 30, 1815). Elected county auditor in 1818 and county commissioner in 1820. Enumerated in Wells in 1820 with one male under age ten (b. 1811-20), one male of age ten and under age sixteen (b. 1805-10), one male of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1776-94), three females under age ten (b. 1811-20), and one female of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1776-94). George Hyde, farmer, Wells, appears on a list of Grand Jurors for the County, December 1820 term. George was enumerated in Southport, Chemung County, New York in 1830 with one male of age five and under age ten (b. 1821-25), one male of age forty and under age fifty (b. 1781-90), one female of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1816-20), one female of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1811-15), and one female of age forty and under age fifty (b. 1781-90). George continued to appear on the Wells assessment lists through 1831 (compiled fall of 1830). George d. 2 July 1832 49y 7m 2d (ts) Fitzsimmons Cemetery, town of Southport. His death notice in the Elmira Gazette, July 7, 1832 relates he died “of a lingering and fatal disease which he bore with calm and patient resignation to the will of God, left a wife and four children, emigrated to this country in early life from Franklin, New London County, Connecticut.” Mercy was enumerated in Southport in 1835 with four males and three females in the household. Mercy m. 23 Aug 1840 (Elmira Gazette, Elmira, New York, August 29, 1840) in Southport, John Conrad, Esq., of Portville, Cattaraugus County, New York. Enumerated in Portville in 1850, farmer. Mercy was enumerated in household of son George in Portville, Cattaraugus County in the 1855 state census and in 1860. Mercy d. 14 Mar 1865.
Markers for Thomas Hyde, Lewis Hyde and George Hyde all in a row.
1. Mary Tracy Hyde b. 13 Nov 1809.
2. Thomas A. Hyde b. 19 Aug 1811 d. 19 July 1813 (ts) Fitzsimmons Cemetery.
3. Sarah Clauson Hyde b. 25 May 1815 Wells.
4. Elizabeth Griswold Hyde b. 31 May 1818 Wells.
5. Lewis Hyde b. 30 May 1820 Wells d. 25 Aug 1823 3y 2m 26d (ts) Fitzsimmons Cemetery.
6. George Baldwin Hyde b. 19 Oct 1824 Wells.
1. Mary Tracy Hyde b. 13 Nov 1809 m. 30 Aug 1827 Benjamin Hulse Brown b. 22 Dec 1806. Benjamin first appears on the 1829 assessment list (compiled fall of 1828) of Wells and last appears on the 1830 assessment list when he transferred lands to his father in law George Hyde.
son b. 7 Sept 1828 Wells d. 7 Sept 1828.
Andrew Hyde Brown b. 6 Sept 1829 m. Elizabeth Uptegraph.
David Howell Brown b. 16 Aug 1831.
George Hyde Brown b. 9 July 1833.
Sarah Elizabeth Brown b. 8 Nov 1835 Wells d. 17 Aug 1838.
Julia Ann Brown b. 1 Dec 1837 d. 19 Feb 1840.
Elizabeth Ann Brown b. 10 Nov 1839 d. 4 Apr 1841.
Amelia Brown b. 12 Dec 1840.
Zelotis Grinell Brown b. 7 Dec 1843 d. 29 Jan 1844.
Samuel Brown b. 29 Nov 1844 d. 4 Apr 1848.
Mary Jane Brown b. 8 Jan 1847.
Julia Howell Brown b. 8 Feb 1849 d. 22 Sept 1849.
Wells Perkins Brown b. 29 July 1850 d. 18 Oct 1852.
Emma Miller Brown b. 29 May 1853 Elmira, New York m. Robert Emett Wayne.
3. Sarah Clauson Hyde b. 25 May 1815 m. 23 Apr 1835 Alphonso Winters b. 20 Sept 1805 Delaware County, New York. Alphonso d. 22 Sept 1840 Tecumseh, Lenawee County, Michigan. Sarah m. 3/8 June 1849 (2)Jacob Linderman b. 22 Nov 1803 as his second wife.
Mary Elizabeth Winters (twin) b. 17 Jan 1836 Southport d. 21 Oct 1838.
Sarah Eliza Winters (twin) b. 17 Jan 1836 Southport.
George Lewis Winters b. 13 Apr 1838 Tecumseh.
Alphonso Oristes Winters b. 23 Jan 1841 Tecumseh.
Charles Linderman b. 23 Jan 1852 Ischua, Cattaraugus County, New York.
James Willis Linderman b. 22 Feb 1857 Ischua d. 2 Mar 1858.
4. Elizabeth Griswold Hyde b. 31 May 1818 m. 5 May 1839 (Elmira Gazette, Elmira, New York, May 11, 1839) Samuel Height Perkins.
Willis Thomas Perkins b. Feb 1840 Manchester, Washtenaw, Michigan.
Florence Adelaide Perkins b. 9 July 1844 Manchester.
Alonzo D. Perkins b. 3 Apr 1849 Manchester.
Charles Miller Perkins b. 3 Apr 1854 Manchester.
Ella Eliza Perkins b. 15 June 1857 Manchester.
6. George Baldwin Hyde b. 19 Oct 1824 m. 3 Feb 1849 Sybil Smith Barnes b. c. 1823 New York daughter of Artemas Barnes and Sybil Parish. Enumerated in Portville, Cattaraugus County, New York in 1850 and 1860, farmer. Enumerated in Adams, Adams County, Wisconsin in 1870, farmer. George was enumerated in Rudolph, Wood County, Wisconsin in 1880, farmer, with wife Angie B., b. c. 1840 Pennsylvania.
John Howell Hyde b. 3 June 1850 Portville d. 8 Sept 1852.
Sybil Eliza Hyde b. 30 Oct 1851 Portville d. 3 July 1852.
Mary Tracy Hyde b. 17 Feb 1854 Portville.
Julia Mercy Hyde b. 20 June 1856 Portville.
George W. Hyde b. c. 1858 New York.
James Ingals b. 19 May 176_ (ink blot on date of birth in pension application) served in the American Revolution in New York State, m. 26 May 1785 at Lanesboro (became Cheshire), Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Abagail Slade b. 24 June 1767 Swansea, Bristol County, Massachusetts daughter of William Slade and Ruth Mason. Enumerated in Mohawk, Montgomery County, New York in 1790 with one male over age sixteen (b. before 1774), one male under age sixteen (b. 1775-90), and three females in the household. They resided at or near Cooperstown, New York and then removed to Onondaga County, New York and were enumerated in Fabius in 1800 next to Samuel Ingals and near the household of John Osgood who removed to Wells. They are related to have removed to Homer, Cortland County, New York in 1803 and in 1809 to the area that became Fassett, South Creek Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania for one year and then to Elmira, Tioga County (that portion that became Chemung County), New York where the family was enumerated in 1810, next to the household of son-in-law Thomas Osgood, with one male of age ten and under age sixteen (b. 1795-1800), two males of age sixteen and under age twenty six (b. 1785-94), one male of age twenty sixty and under age forty five (b. 1766-84), two females under age ten (b. 1801-10), one female of age ten and under age sixteen (b. 1795-1800), and one female of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1766-84). Enumerated in Elmira in 1820 with one male under age ten (b. 1811-20), one male over age forty five (b. before 1775), two females of age sixteen and under age twenty six (b. 1795-1804), and one female over age forty five (b. before 1775). They removed to Wells Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania. James first appears on the 1822 assessment list of Wells, compiled in the fall of 1821. Sons, Samuel and William S., had preceded them to Wells in 1817 and located on adjoining farms in southern Wells near Aspinwall (now Coryland) on property that later became the David Fries farm. James d. 19 Aug 1828 (pension application) perhaps buried Coryland Cemetery, Wells Township, very close and within site of their residence. Abagail is perhaps the female of age sixty and under age seventy (b. 1761-70) enumerated in the household of son Samuel in Wells in 1830 and perhaps the female of age seventy and under age eighty (b. 1761-70) enumerated in the household of daughter Adelia in Columbia in 1840. Abagail applied for a widow’s pension (W23455) on 9 Apr 1851 age 83. She made a signature versus a mark. Certificate issued 2 Jan 1852 commencing 4 Mar 1848 at $34.44 per month. Abagail was not enumerated in her own household or with any of her children in the 1850 census enumeration. Abagail d. 14 Feb 1847 89y (ts) Mosherville Cemetery. The inscribed date of 1847 is incorrect and she d. 14 Feb 1857. Dates of birth for children contained from bible record in pension application.
1. Abagail Ingals b. 12 Feb 1786 Massachusetts.
2. Rosannah Ingals b. 31 Jan 1788 New York.
3. Leander Ingals b. 17 Nov 1789 d. 24 Apr 1792.
4. William Slade Ingals b. 16 Oct 1791.
5. Samuel Ingals b. 5 Nov 1793.
6. Sabra Ingals b. 17 Sept 1796 Cooperstown.
7. Jeremiah Ingals b. 17 May 1798 d. 30 June 1824.
8. Adelia Ingals b. 26 Nov 1801.
9. Olive Ingals b. 13 June 1804.
1. Abagail Ingals b. 12 Feb 1786 m. Dec 1801 Thomas Osgood Jr., b. 12 Jan 1778 daughter of Thomas Osgood and Hepsibah Houlton and they removed to what became South Creek Township (formed from Wells in 1836), Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Thomas appears on the 1808 assessment (tax) list of Tioga Township (Wells Township not yet formed and at that date Wells was part of Tioga Township, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, which portion then became Smithfield Township, Lycoming County and then Wells Township, Bradford County). They removed to what is now Elmira, New York where they were enumerated in 1810 with two sons in their household. Thomas first appears on the 1818 assessment list of Wells, farmer. Appears on the 1819 list, but not 1820. Enumerated in Elmira in 1820. Appears again in 1823 with daughters Catherine, Sally, and Amanda appearing as “poor children” on the assessment list, unable to pay for their schooling. Residence was on Judson Hill on what later became known as the "Wood or Brasted farm" where they built a house and cleared the land. Thomas was a shoemaker. Enumerated 1830 census, son James I. Osgood enumerated beside them. Thomas last appears on the 1834 assessment list of Wells. Removed to Homer, Medina County, Ohio in company with son Joel and family, daughter Catherine and family, and daughter Sally and family. Enumerated 1840 census of Homer. Removed to Plain Township, Wood County, Ohio. Thomas d. 29 Jan 1848 72y (ts). Abagail was enumerated in Plain Township in 1850 and 1860, residing with daughter Abagail and family, d. 16 Oct 1864 79y 8m 4d (ts) buried with Thomas in Oak Grove Cemetery, Bowling Green, Wood County.
James Ingals Osgood b. 28 Dec 1802 m. Jane Judson.
Joel Osgood b. June 1804 New York m. Anna Odell.
Jehiel Osgood b. 1809 drowned infancy.
Catherine Osgood b. 1 Oct 1811 Elmira m. Benjamin S. Judson.
Sarah Osgood b. 12 Nov 1812 Elmira m. Miller Husted.
Amanda Osgood b. 17 Dec 1816 m. Michael Wolfe.
Abagail Osgood b. 11 Feb 1820 m. Martin Patterson.
2. Rosannah Ingals b. 31 Jan 1788 m. John Miller b. 31 Mar 1760 son of Abraham Miller and Wyntje McDowell of Elmira, Tioga County (that portion that became Southport thence Ashland, Chemung County), New York. Enumerated in Elmira in 1810 with two males under age ten (b. 1801-10), one male of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1766-84), one female under age ten (b. 1801-10), and one female of age sixteen and under age twenty six (b. 1785-94). Enumerated in Elmira in 1820 with four males under age ten (b. 1811-20), one male over age forty five (b. before 1775), one female of age ten and under age sixteen (b. 1805-10), and one female of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1776-94). Enumerated in Southport, Tioga (that portion that became Chemung) County in 1830 with two males under age five (b. 1826-30), two males of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1861-20), one male of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1811-15), one male of age sixty and under age seventy (b. 1761-70), one female of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1801-10), and one female of age forty and under age fifty (b. 1781-90). John d. 16 Apr 1833 73y 3m 16d (ts) Fitzsimmons Cemetery, Town of Southport. Rosannah removed with her children and other family members to Fairfield Township, Lenawee County, Michigan. Enumerated there in 1840 with one male of age five and under age ten (b. 1831-35), one son of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1826-30), two males of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1821-25), one female of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1826-30), one female of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1801-10), and one female of age sixty and under age seventy (b. 1771-80). Enumerated with son John and wife in Medina, Lenawee County, Michigan in 1860. Enumerated in the household of daughter Elizabeth Goldsmith and children in 1870. Rosannah d. 1876.
son b. 1801-10 d. young.
Elizabeth Miller b. c. 1807.
John Miller b. c. 1810.
son b. 1811-20.
Charles S. Miller b. c. 1816.
son b. 1816-20.
Ziba Miller b. 4 Dec 1825 m. Jane Lowe and he d. 30 Dec 1867 Jasper, Lenawee County, Michigan.
son b. 1862-30.
son b. 1831-35.
4. William Slade Ingals b. 16 Oct 1791, served war of 1812, m. 22 Nov 1812 Catherine Stoner b. 16 July 1793 Newtown (now Elmira), Chemung County, New York daughter of John and Magdalanah Stoner of Elmira. A small portion of paper in the Ingals bible relates "Grandmother Stoner Died June 1843 aged 82." Magdalanah d. 27 June 1843 82y in Wells at the home of her daughter Catherine (Elmira Gazette, September 7, 1843). The death notice states “an early settler in the village.” William first appears on the 1817 assessment list of Wells (compiled fall of 1816) and also the 1817 assessment list of neighboring Columbia Township. William followed farming and lumbering on warrant parcel 1390 at Aspinwall (now Coryland) until 1855 when they removed to Mosherville. William d. 14 Feb 1868 76y 3m 29d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery. Catherine, 1883 list of pensioners, widow of soldier. Catherine d. 23 Mar 1884 at the home of her daughter Naomah, buried Mosherville, no marker. Will (Bradford County probate file 3889) of Catherine dated 2 June 1870 gave entire estate to “crippled” daughter Sarah C. Ingals and at her decease to children, Aaron K. Ingals, Sophia B. Miller, Naomah S. Jones, Benjamin S. Ingals, Charles S. Ingals, and granddaughter Ella E. Pedrick. Daughter, Sarah, executor. Affidavit of death states Catherine d. Mar 1884 Wells Township. Ella Eunice Pedrick was the daughter of John S. Pedrick and Hannah Maria Roushy and it is unknown how she could be the granddaughter of Catherine. Dates of birth for William and Catherine and children below from Ingals bible. Ingals bible was purchased at an antique store by J. Kelsey Jones and forwarded to Paul Ingals, Santa Rosa, California in 1998.
10. Zurviah B. Ingals b. 13 Dec 1813 Elmira, New York.
11. Elizabeth Ingals b. 7 Oct 1815 d. 24 July 1821.
12. Aaron K. Ingals b. 28 Aug 1817.
13. Benjamin S. Ingals b. 25 Dec 1819.
14. Charles S. Ingals b. 1 Aug 1824.
15. Naomah S. Ingals b. 15 June 1826 m. Silas Jones.
16. Mary Ann Ingals b. 12 May 1829.
17. Lucy B. Ingals b. 18 Feb 1833 d. 10 Oct 1864 31y 7m 22d (bible and ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
18. Susan Ingals b. 3 Oct 1836 d. 28 Mar 1841.
19. Sarah C. Ingals b. 9 Apr 1839 fell out of bed at the age of six months and was handicapped for life, never able to walk. Sarah was cared for by family members until only her sister Naomah was living to care for her until her death. Sarah applied for admission to the Home for the Aged, but they did not accept cripples and she then appealed to the Masons of which her father had been a member in good standing. She spent time at a Masonic Home and then under special arrangements was admitted to the Home for the Aged where she spent the last thirteen years of her life and d. there d. 15 Aug 1922 84y buried Mosherville Cemetery, no marker.
Died Monday evening, October 10th, at Wells, Bradford Co., Pa. of consumption, Lucy. B., daughter of William and Catherine Ingalls, aged 31 years (Elmira newspaper, October 13, 1864).
5. Samuel Ingals b. 5 Nov 1793 first appears on the 1817 assessment list of Wells (compiled fall of 1816). Enumerated 1820 census of Wells with one male under age ten (b. 1811-20), one male of age of age ten and under age sixteen (b. 1805-10), one male of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1776-94), two females under age ten (b. 1811-20), and oen female of age sixteen and under age twenty six (b. 1795-1804). Residence was on warrant parcel 1390 at Aspinwall (now Coryland). Samuel Ingals, farmer, Wells, appears on a list of Grand Jurors in the County for the Dec 1820 term. Samuel last appears on the 1825 assessment list. Enumerated 1825 census of Southport, Chemung County, New York with four males (including Samuel) and four females in the household. Again appears on the 1829 assessment list of Wells and enumerated in Wells in 1830 with two males under age five (b. 1826-30), two males of age five and under age ten (b. 1821-25), one male of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1791-1800), one female of age five and under age ten (b. 1821-25), one female of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1816-20), one female of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1791-1800), and one female of age sixty and under age seventy (b. 1761-70). Enumerated in Southport in 1835 with five males (including Samuel) and two females in household and continued to be assessed for property in Wells. Member of Masonic Lodge in Elmira. Enumerated in Porter, Scioto County, Ohio in 1840 with two males of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1826-30), one male of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1821-25), one male of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1811-20), one male of age forty and under age fifty (b. 1791-1800), one female under age five (b. 1836-40), and one female of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1811-20). Samuel is related to have removed to Illinois and d. there.
son b. 1811-20.
daughter b. 1811-20.
Abagail Ingals b. c. 1820 Wells Township m. 1 Jan 1840 (Scioto County marriage) David Fellows, Jr. Abigail enumerated in Mount Morris, Ogle County, Illinois in 1850 with two sons in her household.
daughter b. 1816-20.
daughter b. 1821-25.
son b. 1821-25.
possibly James H. Ingals b. c. 1824 New York m. 28 Mar 1850 (Scioto County marriage) Laura Boynton. Enumerated in Sullivan County, Missouri in 1860, carpenter and farmer.
son b. 1826-30.
son b. 1826-30.
daughter b. 1836-40.
6. Sabra Ingals b. 17 Sept 1796 taught school at Aspinwall Corners (now Coryland), Wells Township, m. Strong Seeley b. 16 Sept 1786 New Jersey son of Israel Seeley and Milicent Strong. Strong served War of 1812, appears on the first assessment of Wells Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania in 1813. Strong is listed on the 1814 assessment, but not again until 1823 (compiled fall of 1822) when he was listed as a single freeman. Strong was noted as married on the 1824 assessement list (compiled fall of 1823). Farmer, resided Wells. In Apr 1870 Strong and Sabra sold (Liber 98:25) their farm in Wells to John A. Pellet. Strong d. 17 Aug 1872 (ts) Pine City Cemetery, Pine City, New York. Sabra, 1883 list of pensioners, widow of soldier. Sabra d. 13 June 1887 91y (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
Mrs. Sabra Seely died Wells June 13, 1887 age 91 years (Wellsboro Agitator, July 5, 1887).
20. Milicent Seeley b. c. 1825 m. Humphrey Wilson, resided Wells.
21. Rosella Seeley b. June 1830 m. Hallock Early and resided Sherman, Scott Township, Wayne County, Pennsylvania.
22. William Hoffman Seeley b. c. 1832 d. Wisconsin.
23. Hiram H. Seeley b. Apr 1836.
8. Adelia Ingals b. 26 Nov 1801 m. Helon Budd b. c. 1803 son of John Budd and Mary Russell of Columbia Township. Enumerated in Columbia Township, Bradford County in 1830 as Elam Budd; Columbia Township in 1840; Jackson Township, Tioga County in 1850. Adelia d. 16 Sept 1852 46y 9m 10d (ts) Glenwood Cemetery, Troy, Pennsylvania. She would have been older than age 46 at her death as her date of birth is taken in order from the family bible.
Helon d. Southport Corners, Chemung County, New York, age 83, a resident there twenty years, buried Troy, survived by wife, sons O. H. Budd and C. E. Budd of Elmira and daughters Mrs. C. S. McKean of Troy, Mrs. C. K. Spencer of Chicago and Mrs. A. H. DeWitt of Anderson, Indiana (obituary).
Diana Budd b. Sept 1826 m. Charles K. Spencer.
Hannah B. Budd b. 1828 m. 1 June 1848 Charles S. McKean b. 1821 and she d. 1911 (ts) Oak Hill Cemetery, Troy, Pennsylvania.
Adeline Budd Mar 1830 Pennsylvania m. (1)Phineas C. Morgan (2)Charles DeWitt.
Clayton Brown Budd b. Dec 1831 Pennsylvania was enumerated as insane in 1850, m. Elizabeth Ann Bennett b. 6 July 1843
E. Marion Budd b. c. 1834 Ohio.
Emeline Budd b. c. 1837 Pennsylvania.
Oscar H. Budd b. c. 1839 Pennsylvania.
9. Olive Ingals b. 13 June 1804 m. 11 Mar 1829 William Tubbs b. 17 Mar 1805 son of Hamilton Tubbs and Abigail Hammond. William first appears on the 1836 assessment list of Wells. They removed to Fairfield Township, Lenawee County, Michigan where they were enumerated in 1845, 1850, and 1860. William d. 26 May 1866 and Olive d. 4 Nov 1868 Lenawee County buried Lowe Cemetery, Fairfield, Lenawee County.
Abigail Tubbs b. 29 Jan 1831 m. 20 Mar 1853 Riley Nash and she d. 26
Helen Maria Tubbs b. 29 Jan 1836 m. 16 Nov 1854 Charles M. Waring.
Henry M. Tubbs b. 27 May 1839 m. 28 May 1856 Harriet Kinyon.
James Tubbs b. 9 May 1841 d. 26 Sept 1847.
10. Zurviah B. Ingals b. 13 Dec 1813 m. 9 Sept 1831 Robert T. Miller b. 19 Feb 1811 son of Samuel Miller and Polly Gardner of Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. In the Ingals bible she is called Zurviah in the records of birth and again when she married. Also contained within the bible is a drawing with the notation "Presented to Mifses Zurviah Miller by her youngest brother C. S. I. as a token of remembrance it being the work of his own hands. This 24th Apr./46" In all other records she is called Sophia. In obituary of her mother she is called Suviah. Robert Miller is presumed to be the Robert Miller that first appears on the 1837 assessment list of Wells. They removed in 1850 to a farm near Morenci, Michigan in Fairfield township, Lenawee County and in 1884/8 they moved to a suburban home east of Morenci. Robert d. 16 Apr 1890 Morenci, Michigan and Sophia d. 30 July 1906. Buried Weston Cemetery.
Mrs. Sophia B. Miller Dead. July 30, 1906. She Was in the 93d Year of Her Age. Ill Since February. Mrs. Sophia B. Miller, the oldest woman in this vicinity, passed to her final rest at 6:30 Monday morning. Last February she was taken with paralysis, and had since been in a more or less feeble condition. Up to that time she had been quite active, doing house-work for her son, William, who lived with her and dutifully provided for her needs. Sophia B. Ingals was born in Chemung county, New York, December 13, 1813. In 1833 she was married in Pennsylvania to Robert Miller. They lived in that state until 1850, and then came to Michigan, settling upon a farm in Fairfield township. They moved to a suburban home just east of this village in 1884, and here Mr. Miller died in 1888. Both of the sons born to them are yet surviving - William, above mentioned, and Charles, now of Gibsland, La. These sons were long in the railway service, North and South, holding responsible positions as conductors and in other capacities. Charles is now postmaster at Gibsland. There is one grandchild - Miss Annie Miller, daughter of William, who resides at Goshen, Ind. Deceased was the oldest of ten children in the parental Ingals family, of whom there are yet three survivors - Charles S. Ingals, the retired attorney of this place; Miss Sarah Ingals and Mrs. Namah Jones, of Chemung county, N. Y. Mrs. Miller was a believer in the doctrines of the Universalist church. Christian charity in its practical form was the visible evidence of her relief. From the cradle to the grave in her case was a wide stretch of life, which only the exceptional ones are permitted to traverse. It was a long human journey, and in her course of travel, so to speak, she did her duty as she saw it. She was ready to "bind up the wounds" of afflicted ones that, faint and weary, dropped by the wayside. She gave them the "cup of cold water;" she gently touched them in death, - a host of those near her in that uncertain journey through all those many years. And so with courage and faith and love she passed along, humbly and gently, till the way worn limbs could no more bear the burden of age, and she, too lay herself down to rest for aye. The lives of the "Aunt Sophias" are a blessing to the world. Funeral services were held at her late home Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Henry Coate officiating. The singers were Mrs. Campbell, James Triggs and wife, E. B. Butler. The pall bearers - Clark Southworth, E. J. Wells, R. P. Boody, James Eldredge, James Wyman, Anson Sebring. Among relatives and friends present were Robert Carpenter, John Patterson and wife, H. Goldsmith and wife, Mrs. Tubbs and son, of Fairfield; Mrs. William Miller and daughter Anna, of Goshen, Ind (obituary).
24. William Miller.
25. Charles Miller.
12. Aaron K. Ingals b. 28 Aug 1817 m. 31 Dec 1839 (Elmira Gazette, January 11, 1840) Cordelia Elizabeth Strong b. 22 Nov 1820 daughter of John Pierson Strong and Ann Burt. Enumerated in Wells in 1840. Cordelia d. 5 Feb 1847 26y 2m 14d (ts) in Mainesburg, Tioga County buried Mosherville Cemetery. Aaron m. (2)Atlanta Charlotte Ramsdell b. 9 Sept 1818 Vermont daughter of David Ramsdell and Deborah Briggs. Enumerated in Richmond Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1850, inn keeper, probably in Mansfield. Enumerated in Wells in 1860, operating a hotel. Removed or returned to Mansfield, Tioga County, Pennsylvania and enumerated there in 1870, laborer; 1880, farmer. Aaron d. Oct 1882 Mansfield buried Mosherville. No marker. In the 1899 directory, Atlanta had a house and 6 acres on Main Street. Atlanta enumerated in Mansfield in 1900 in the household of son John, mother of five children, two living. Atlanta d. 1907 (ts) Prospect Cemetery, Mansfield.
Aaron K. Ingals buried Mosherville, left second wife and two sons; son born to first wife went west (Mansfield Advertiser, October 25, 1882).
Died Aaron K. Ingalls for 40 years resident of Mansfield, died residence week ago last Sunday age 67 years. Wife and two sons survive (Wellsboro Agitator, October 31, 1882).
26. William S. Ingals b. 27 May 1841 Wells.
27. Eliza Ingals b. 1845 d. 2 Sept 1848 3y 2m 5d (ts) Mosherville.
Children of Aaron and second wife:
28. Joseph Ingals b. c. 1852.
29. John S. Ingals b. Dec 1854.
13. Benjamin S. Ingals b. 25 Dec 1819 m. Mary Ann Watkins b. c. 1820 Pennsylvania daughter of Daniel Watkins and Philaria (Philyra, etc.) Budd. Enumerated 1850 census of Wells. Benjamin resided in Wells when his mother died. Mary A. and children were enumerated in Columbia Township in 1870 and 1880. Mary Ann d. 26 Apr 1900 Austinville.
Mrs. Mary Ann Ingals. Died, In Austinville, Pa., April 26th, 1900, Mrs. Mary Ann Ingals, consort of Benjamin Ingals, deceased, aged 82 years. Mrs. Ingals was the daughter of Daniel Watkins, one of the early settlers and a substantial citizen, for many years, of Columbia Township. He occupied a farm, one half mile from Austinville, on the road leading to Elmira. On this farm Mrs. Ingals was born. Her children, James and Sarah, of West Burkley, Cal., and Sophia and Flora of Austinville, survive her. She leaves also one brother Horace Watkins and two sisters, Mrs. Uriah Furguson of Austinville and Mrs. Augustus Austin, of Elmira. The funeral occurred on the 28th inst., in the home where she died, and was attended by many who had known her many years. By her request Rev. T. Mitchell conducted the service. She had long been a sufferer from old age and impaired health. The following words were deemed appropriate, as a text, for the occasion. "Cast me not off in time of old age, forsake me not when my strength faileth; now also when I am old and gray headed, O God forsake me not." Ps. 71-9th and 18th. The sickness of her daughter Sophia, at the time of her death and funeral, added greatly to the sadness of the occasion. Mrs. Ingals was more than fifty years a member of the Baptist church (Troy Gazette Register, May 2, 1900).
30. James K. Ingals b. c. 1845.
31. Sophia Ingals b. Oct 1847 d. 26 Jan 1929.
32. Sarah Marie Ingals b. 3 Oct 1851.
33. Philyra Ingals, known as Flora, b. c. 1857.
Miss Sophia Ingals, 73, of 622 Baldwin Street, died this morning at 5 o’clock. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. Flora Wood; three nephews, Benjamin Ingals of Elmira; Claude Fahrman and Chauncey Ingals of Berkeley Calif.; a niece, Lydia Fuhrman Ingals of Berkeley, Calif., Mrs. Ingals was one of the oldest members of the First Baptist Church and was highly respected. She was a devoted and regular attendant of the Spring Bible Class of that church. The remains repose in the Davis funeral home, where the funeral will be held Monday at 2 p.m. The Rev. H. C. Burr will officiate. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery (handwritten on obituary Jan 26, 1929).
14. Charles S. Ingals b. 1 Aug 1824, removed to Michigan in 1852, locating in Fairfield, Lenawee County, Michigan where he taught school. Wife, Elizabeth b. c. 1828 New York. In 1853 they located in Morenci. He studied law and practiced in Morenci. Enumerated in the village of Morenci, Seneca Township, Lenawee County, Michigain in 1880, farmer and apiarian.
Harriet E. Ingals b. c. 1852 m. Adelbert D. Stephenson, resided Morenci.
Sarah L. Ingals b. c. 1857 m. H. W. Snow, resided Bryan, Ohio in 1904.
16. Mary Ann Ingals b. 12 May 1829 (Mrs. Roberts) d. 31 Nov 1851 Morenci, Michigan.
23. Hiram H. Seeley b. 1836 d. 1910 (ts). Wife, Julia b. 1842 d. 1900 (ts) Pine City Cemetery, Pine City, New York.
24. William Miller, railroad conductor, resided Morenci.
Annie Miller resided Goshen, Indiana in 1906.
25. Charles Miller employed in the railroad service in Pine Bluff, Arkansas in 1890 and in 1906 he was postmaster of Gibsland, Louisiana.
26. William S. Ingals b. 27 May 1841 m. 8 Sept 1865 Sarah Jane Deily b. 22 Feb 1848, resided LeRoy, Minnesota and in 1873 removed to Spring Valley, Minnesota where Sarah d. 24 Oct 1887. William m. 1890 in Elmira (Mansfield Advertiser, April 9, 1890) (2)Sarah Marie Ingals, his cousin, b. 3 Oct 1851. William d. 21 May 1897.
Charles J. Ingals b. 11 July 1867.
William D. Ingals b. 19 May 1870 d. 31 Dec 1931.
Julius Aaron Ingals (twin) 9 Apr 1872 LeRoy, Minnesota.
Julia Ingals (twin) b. 9 Apr 1872 LeRoy, Minnesota m. 21 Jan 1892 at St. Paul, Minnesota, Frederick L. Greene, resided Chicago where she d. 23 May 1893. No children.
29. John S. Ingals b. Dec 1854 and wife Elnora E. b. Mar 1858 New York were m. c. 1875 and enumerated in Mansfield, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1880, laborer. In the 1899 directory he was a fireman in Kingsley’s grist mill with a house on Main Street, Mansfield. Enumerated in Mansfield in 1900, laborer; 1910 at 128 North Main, Mansfield, engineer in grist mill.
Charles B. Ingals b. c. 1875 d. 31 Oct 1880 age 5 (Mansfield Advertiser,
November 3, 1880).
Sarah A. Ingals b. Sept 1877 m. Frederick Hakes.
Leona H. Ingals b. Feb 1882.
Osca Ingals b. Sept 1883.
Charles A. Ingals b. Feb 1888 m. Inah.
30. James K. Ingals b. c. 1845 enumerated 1870 census of Columbia Township, Bradford County in H. B. Austin household, m. Frances Shepherd daughter of George H. Shepherd and Charlotte Capron of Wells. Resided Lukeville, Oregon in 1892 and Berkley, California in 1900.
32. Sarah Marie Ingals b. 3 Oct 1851 enumerated 1870 census of Columbia Township, Bradford County as a housekeeper in the home of H. B. Austin. She had a son Chauncey Edward Ingals b. Austinville. Biological father was related to be a Harkness. Sarah m. Henry Furman and they were enumerated in Columbia Township in 1880 with three children. After his death she m. 1890 her cousin, William S. Ingals. Resided Berkley, California in 1900.
Chauncey Edward Ingals b. 1870 enumerated in J. D. Osgood household in 1880 along with Frances Shepherd Ingals wife of James K. Ingals.
Samuel Ingersoll (Gideon4, Josiah3, John2, John1) b. 27 Aug 1767 Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut m. 23 Mar 1794 in Vernon, Sussex County, New Jersey, Mary Van Orman and (2)Catherine Simpson b. 10 May 1773 Vernon, Sussex County, New Jersey d. 19 Apr 1803 Lafayette, Sussex County, New Jersey. Samuel m. 22 Mar 1804 (Sussex County marriage record) (3)Nancy Mattison and 1 May 1805 (Sussex County marriage record) (4)Hannah Boss b. 1 Sept 1785 d. 23 July 1825. Samuel d. 12 Sept 1855 Lafayette, Sussex County, New Jersey.
Children of Samuel and Catherine:
1. Anna Ingersoll b. 31 Jan 1795 Lafayette d. 3 Nov 1795.
2. Gideon Ingersoll b. 14 Sept 1796 Lafayette.
3. Nicholas S. Ingersoll b. 25 Nov 1798 Lafayette.
4. Josiah Ingersoll b. 1 June 1802 Lafayette m. 19 Apr 1823 (Sussex County marriage record) Hannah Drew and resided Bath, Steuben County, New York.
Children of Samuel and Hannah:
5. Lucretia Ingersoll b. 11 Aug 1808 m. Nathan Snover.
6. Sarah Ann Ingersoll b 5 Aug 1812 m. 21 Mar 1835 Michael Quick.
7. Mary A. Ingersoll b. 1815 Lafayette d. 11 Sept 1861.
8. John Boss Ingersoll (twin) b. 19 Apr 1817 Lafayette m. Margaret C. Howell and he d. 5 Nov 1894 Franklin, Essex County, New Jersey.
9. Samuel Deusenbury Ingersoll (twin) b. 19 Apr 1817 m. Elizabeth Westbrook and he d. 27 May 1908 Fergus Falls, Minnesota.
10. Gilbert Ingersoll b. 24 Sept 1822 Lafayette m. Emeline Slater and he d. 4 Jan 1909.
2. Gideon Ingersoll b. 14 Sept 1796 m. 1 May 1819 (Sussex County, New Jersey marriage record) Sarah Hough b. 1802. They removed from New Jersey to Hector, Tompkins County (now Schuyler), New York where they were enumerated in 1830. They removed to Wells in 1830 (History of Bradford County, Pennsylvania) and Gideon first appears on the 1832 assessment list of Wells. In the Oct 1836 minutes of the Methodist Church held at Judson Hill, Gideon was listed as a steward. Enumerated in South Creek Township in 1840 and 1850. Sarah d. 4 Oct 1876 74y 2m 10d (ts) and Gideon 16 May 1878 81y 8m 2d (ts) Judson Hill Cemetery. Gideon’s death noted in Bradford Argus, Towanda, Pennsylvania, July 11, 1878.
11. Nancy M. Ingersoll b. 1822 (ts) New Jersey, teacher for many
years, m. in later life, Andrew Wortendyke buried Gillett Cemetery, South
12. Rebecca Jane Ingersoll b. c. 1823 m. Doctor Barnet DeWitt.
13. Samuel H. Ingersoll b. 24 July 1825 Tompkins County, New York.
14. Sarah Ingersoll b. c. 1835 m. James W. Sturdivant b. 22 Feb 1841.
15. Catherine Ingersoll b. 1837.
3. Nicholas S. Ingersoll b. 25 Nov 1798 m. 8 June 1833 (Sussex County, New Jersey marriage record) Rebecca Ann Drake. Enumerated in South Creek Township in 1850, farmer. Rebecca d. 26 June 1855 41y 3m 12d (ts) Coryland Cemetery. Nicholas m. (2)Rosannah Fairbanks b. 3 May 1815 daughter of Samuel Fairbanks and Lois Willey and she d. 31 Jan 1871 55y 8m (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery, Columbia Township. Will (Bradford County probate 2285) of Rosannah dated 16 Jan 1871 South Creek named sister Fanny Fairbanks, sister Charlotte Edsall, sister Jane DeWitt, brother Morris Fairbanks, brother George Fairbanks, Abram DeWitt, Louisa Judson, Flavilla Wright, Betsy Judson, Lewis Edsall, Naomi Judson, Emma E. Canada, husband Nicholas Ingersoll. Administrators, Lewis Edsall and Morris Fairbanks. Nicholas enumerated in Southport, Chemung County, New York in 1880, d. 26 Apr 1891Elmira, New York buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira.
Children of Nicholas and Rebecca:
Mary Ingersoll b. 12 Apr 1834 m. Samuel H. Ingersoll.
Edwin Marshall Ingersoll b. 1836 New Jersey was enumerated in Southport, Chemung County, New York in 1860, laborer, d. 16 Dec 1865 29y 5m 12d (ts) Coryland Cemetery. Funeral of Marshall Ingersoll attended 18 Dec 1865 by Rev. Joel Jewell (Joel Jewell diary).
William Drake Ingersoll b. 10 Nov 1838 Sussex County, New Jersey m. 4 Apr 1883 at Elmira, New York, Sarah Redding Kingsley and he d. 2 Sept 1925 buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira.
Sarah Elizabeth Ingersoll b. c. 1840 m. 11 May 1870 (marriage record of Rev. Thomas Beecher at Park Church, Elmira, New York) Jared A. Dunham of South Creek Township, resided Walla Walla, Washington.
13. Samuel H. Ingersoll b. 24 July 1825 m. Mary Ingersoll b. 12 Apr 1834 daughter of Nicholas S. Ingersoll and Rebecca Ann Drake. Samuel was a merchant, postmaster, and justice of the peace, resided Mosherville. From the Reporter Journal, Towanda, Pennsylvania, July 9, 1885 – S. H. Ingersoll runs a large steam-mill, combined with a tub and firkin factory. Samuel d. 29 Dec 1893 (ts) Mosherville Cemetery 68y at Wells (obituary). Sisters, Nancy, Sarah, and Rebecca survived him and sister, Catherine d. 3 hours before him. In the 1907 directory of Wells, Mary had a farm of 144 acres, store, house and lot in Mosherville. Mary d. 1924 age 91.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Ingersoll was held at the family home in Mosherville Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. A. H. Youell of Georgetown, N.Y. officiated. Mrs. Ingersoll is survived by a grandson, Samuel J. Basted; a brother, William D. Ingersoll of Elmira and a sister, Mrs. J. A. Dunham of Walla Walla. Mrs. Ingersoll was born in Sussex County, New Jersey April 12, 1824 and had resided in Mosherville 50 years. She was a life-long member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mrs. E. E. Daggett and Mrs. Carrie Frey of Elmira sang "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" and "Abide With Me". The bearers were Clark and Charles Bowman, Charles Beckwith, E. E. Daggett, A. A. Potter, G. W. Ayers (obituary).
Alice Ingersoll m. James R. Brasted.
Nina Ingersoll d. 25 Aug 1862 28d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
Edith Bell Ingersoll b. 1870 d. 19 Apr 1872 1y 9m (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
DIED. Ingersoll - In Wells, on Friday, April 19, 1872, Edith Bell, daughter of S. H. and Mary Ingersoll, aged 1 year and 8 months (Northern Tier Gazette, Troy, Pennsylvania, May 16, 1872).
15. Catherine Ingersoll b. 1837 m. William M. Dunning b. 1831 son of Horace and Elizabeth Dunning and she d. 29 Dec 1893 age 56 at 425 South Elm Street, Elmira, New York three hours before her brother, Samuel. William d. 1903 (ts) buried with Catherine in Mosherville Cemetery.
Warren Dunning resided Troy, Pennsylvania.
Mrs. William Cooper of Southport Corners.
David W. Ingersoll b. 5 July 1858 was a farmer on shares for Nelson Wood with 156 acres in the 1900 Wells Township directory. In the 1907 directory he was a farmer in Columbia Township. David d. 14 Jan 1914 (ts) Judson Hill Cemetery.
Frank Ingersoll b. c. 1820 New York and wife, Susan b. c. 1825 New York enumerated 1860 census of Wells.
1. Jacob Ingersoll b. c. 1846 New York.
2. Frank Ingersoll b. c. 1853 New York.
3. Sarah Ingersoll b. c. 1855 New York m. James Sturdevant.
4. James Ingersoll b. c. 1857 New York.
5. Florence Ingersoll b. c. 1859 New York.
D. B. Ingersoll m. at Columbia Cross Roads, 22 May 1871 (The Northern
Tier Gazette, Troy, Pennsylvania, June 1, 1871) Mrs. A. M. Bordwell of