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Silas Walden b. 27 June 1775 Windham, Windham County, Connecticut m. Jane Rose. Enumerated in Windham 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. 17845-94). Silas first appears on the 1817 assessment list as “Silas Walden”, farmer. Residence was in the Seeley Creek Valley at or near Mosherville. He was refered to as “Deacon” and was a member of the Presbyterian Church. At a town meeting held on March 20, 1818 he was appointed one of two judges in the township. On the 1818 assessment list appears as “Silas Waldon,” 1819 as “Silas Walden,” 1820 as “Silas Waldin.” Enumerated in Wells in 1820 with one male under age ten (b. 1811-20), 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 sixteen and under age twenty six (b. 1795-1804). On the 1821, 1822, and 1823 assessment lists appears as “Silas Walden.” Silas transfered some of his holdings to Daniel Holdridge. Still residing in Wells in 1824 when the French family arrived. On the 1825 assessment appears as “Silas Waldron” and the notation “removed, transfered to French.” They returned to Connecticut. Enumerated in Windham in 1830 with one male under age five (b. 1826-30), one male of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1816-20), one male of age fifty and under age sixty (b. 1771-80), one female of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1816-20), two females of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1811-15), three females of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1801-10), and one female of age forty and under age fifty (b. 1781-90). Silas d. 26 Apr 1849.
1. daughter b. 1806-10.
2. Louisa H. Walden b. 4 June 1810 m. Isaac Robinson.
3. Delila R. Walden b. 25 July 1812 m. Richard Tucker.
4. daughter b. c. 1814.
5. Caroline S. Walden b. 26 May 1816 m. George Segar.
6. son b. c. 1818.
7. James Walden b. 28 Oct 1825 m. Amanda Hempstead.
J. Ward on 1858 map of Wells in central portion near South Creek line.
David Ward, age 35, b. New York and Vetta Ward, age 16, b. Pennsylvania, enumerated 1860 census of Wells in Jordan household.
Abraham Ward, age 10, b. Pennsylvania, d. Jan 1860 of scarlet fever, ill 3 days (1860 Wells township mortality schedule).
Thomas Warner b. 6 July 1756 Farmington, Hartford County, Connecticut son of Thomas and Deborah Warner, enlisted at Farmington in May of 1780 during the American Revolution and was discharged at West Point in June 1783. Thomas m. 15 Oct 1788 (pension application of Belinda) at Hartford, Belinda Dickerson b. 1768 Hartford. They removed to Tompkins County (that portion that is now Schuyler) where Thomas applied for a pension on 3 June 1820. Enumerated in Hector, Tompkins (now Schuyler) County in 1820. Enumerated in the 1825 state census of Hector with five males and one female in the household, two males subject to military duty and eligible to vote. Thomas, and sons Truman B., James, and Hiram, appear on the Wells assessment list of 1827, which would probably indicate an arrival of 1826 as the assessment list was compiled in the fall prior to the assessment year. Enumerated in Wells in 1830 with two males of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1801-10), one male of age sixty and under age seventy (b. 1761-70), and one female of age sixty and under age seventy (b. 1761-70). Thomas d. 26 Mar 1840 (pension) 72y 8m 20d (ts) Coryland Cemetery. Heverly related he d. Mar 1840 age 84, which if his birth and death are correct would be the correct age. Belinda applied for a widow’s pension, which was granted. Belinda d. 8 Dec 1855 (ts) 1856 (pension) 87y (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery, Columbia township. Bond filed 3 Feb 1857 (probate file 1138). Probate mentions pension received.
1. Jarius Warner b. 18 May 1790.
2. Jane Warner b. 30 Aug 1791 d. young.
3. Ammon Warner b. May 1793 d. 6 Feb 1814.
4. Joseph Warner b. Aug 1795 d. 1795.
5. Ruth Warner b. 12 Oct 1798 Connecticut m. 3 July 1814 Amos Baker.
6. Truman B. Warner b. 3 Apr 1800 Connecticut.
7. James Warner b. 14 Feb 1803.
8. Hiram G. Warner b. 12 June 1805.
9. Horace Dickerson Warner b. 14 July 1810.
1. Jarius Warner b. 18 May 1790 m. 11 Jan 1814 at Hector, Tompkins County (now Schuyler), New York, Jane McCrary b. 13 Aug 1791. Enumerated in Hector in 1820 with one male under age ten (b. 1811-1820), one male of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1776-1794), two females under age ten (b. 1811-1820) and one female of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1776-1794). Enumerated in the 1825 state census of Hector with two males and three females in the household, one of the females married and under age forty five and two unmarried and under age sixteen. Enumerated in Hector in 1830 with one male of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1816-1820), one male of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1791-1800), one female of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1816-1820), one female of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1811-1815), and one female of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1791-1800). Jarius is related to have d. 20 Jan 1846 Wells, but that may not be correct. Jane was enumerated in the household of son Robert in Elmira, Chemung County, New York in 1860 and 1870, d. 25 Apr 1875 83y 7m 26d Water Street, town of Elmira, buried Second Street Cemetery (Elmira City Death Record).
10. Arminda Warner b. 2 Mar 1815.
11. Emaline Warner b. c. 1817.
12. Robert McCrary Warner b. c. 1819.
6. Truman B. Warner b. 3 Apr 1800 m. 27 Oct 1825 Mabel Ann Leonard b. 5 Mar 1808 Fabius, Onondaga County, New York daughter of Solomon Leonard and Huldah Hodge. Enumerated in Wells in 1830 with two males under age five (b. 1826-30), one male of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1801-10), and one female of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1801-10). Enumerated in Wells in 1840 with one male under age five (b. 1836-40), two males of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1826-30), one male of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1801-10), one female under age five (b. 1836-40), two females of age five and under age ten (b. 1831-35), and one female of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1801-10). Mabel d. 29 Jan 1842 33y 11m 6d (ts) Coryland Cemetery. Truman m. 2 Apr 1842 (2)Sarah Ann Smith b. 17 July 1802 wife of his uncle Abraham Leonard. Truman d. 25 July 1878 in Wells buried Baptist Hill. Sarah, often known as Sally, d. 2 Oct 1887.
Mary Uzella Warner enumerated in their household in 1850 was a daughter of Sarah Ann Leonard and step daughter of Truman. Uzella m. William Ferguson.
13. Ammon Warner b. 20 Apr 1827.
14. Truman Bradley Warner b. 2 Mar 1829.
15. Adelia M. Warner b. 1831 m. 1858 ______ Hubble, resided Minnesota.
17. Lucretia Warner b. 29 Dec 1833 m. c. 1863 William Austin Retan as his third wife and she d. 15 Aug 1901.
18. Martin Warner b. 7 Oct 1835.
19. Electa Ann Warner b. c. 1840 m. 1857 Peter Sartin b. 1838, resided Minnesota.
7. James Warner b. 14 Feb 1803 m. Mahala Frost b. 1815 Carmel, Putnam County, New York daughter of John Frost and Phebe Hubbell. Enumerated in Wells in 1840 with one male under age five (b. 1836-40), one male of age five and under age ten (b. 1831-35), one male of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1801-10), two females under age five (b. 1836-40), one female of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1826-30), and one female of age twenty and under age thirty (b. 1811-20). James d. 15 Mar 1867 64y (ts) and Mahala d. 2 Mar 1890 74y (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery.
20. Frances Warner b. c. 1832.
21. Susan Warner b. 7 Aug 1837 d. 22 May 1843 5y 9m 15d (ts) Coryland Cemetery.
22. Emeline Warner b. 13 Jan 1839.
23. Francis Marion Warner b. 31 May 1841.
24. Monroe Warner b. 14 Mar 1843 d. 4 Jan 1853 9y 2m 20d (ts) Coryland Cemetery.
25. Ellen Jane Warner b. 5 May 1845 m. Abraham Horning, resided Corning, New York and she d. 18 July 1921.
8. Hiram G. Warner b. 12 June 1805 m. Adelia Edsall b. 14 June
1810 daughter of Samuel Edsall and Sarah Seeley. Adelia d. 3 Mar 1875 64y
8m 19d (ts) and Hiram d. 13 Dec 1880 75y 6m 1d (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery.
26. Samantha Warner b. 3 Aug 1833.
27. Alvin J. Warner b. 18 Sept 1836.
28. Sarah A. Warner b. 16 Aug 1837.
29. Nelson Warner b. 18 Aug 1839.
30. Mary Warner b. 14 Aug 1841.
31. Thomas Jefferson Warner b. 19 Mar 1844.
32. Jesse Edsall Warner b. 1 Aug 1847.
33. Caroline Warner b. 1852.
34. Clarence Warner b. 12 July 1855 d. 14 Dec 1874 19y 5m 3d (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery.
9. Horace Dickerson Warner b. 14 July 1810 m. Freelove Wells b. c. 1813 Massachusetts. Enumerated in Pennfield, Calhoun County, Michigan in 1840 with three daughters in their household. Enumerated in Pennfield in 1850, farmer. Enumerated in Greenwood, Oceana County, Michigan in 1870, farmer. Horace was enumerated in the household of his son Horace in 1880 in Holton, Muskegon County, Michigan.
35. Mary B. Warner b. c. 1836 Michigan.
36. Lucetta Warner b. 1838 Michigan.
37. daughter b. c. 1840 Michigan d. young.
38. Amman Thomas Warner b. c. 1844 Michigan.
39. Horace D. Warner b. c. 1846 Michigan.
40. Cynthia L. Warner b. c. 1849 Michigan.
41. Truman Warner b. c. 1854 Michigan.
10. Arminda Warner b. 2 Mar 1815 m. 1 Feb 1840 David Miller and she d. 16 Apr 1843. David and second wife Mary were eunumerated in Catharine, Chemung (that portion that became Schuyler) County, New York in 1850, farmer.
Emaline Miller b. 12 Dec 1840 was enumerated in the household of her
uncle Robert Warner in Elmira, New York in 1860, teacher, m. Fred Mills.
Jarius Harrison Miller b. 10 Apr 1843 m. Catherine Belen and he d. 1 Apr 1895 52y (ts) Mecklenburg Cemetery, Hector, Schuyler County, New York.
11. Emaline Warner b. c. 1817 m. 7 Oct 1834 Alfred Everts b. 3 Aug 1812. Farmer and tavern keeper at Logan, town of Hector, Schuyler County, New York. Alfred d. 2 Oct 1878 66y 2m (ts) and Emaline d. 6 Jan 1882 66y (ts) Presbyterian Cemetery, Hector.
Adelia Jane Everts b. 20 Dec 1836.
Eunice Belinda Everts b. 5 Feb 1839.
Charles Miles Everts b. 23 Mar 1841.
Clarinda Melinda Everts b. 11 Oct 1842.
Jarius Everts b. 184_.
Emma Anna Everts b. 1 Mar 1849.
Mary Frances Everts b. 16 Aug 1852.
12. Robert McCrary Warner b. 1819 m. 1845 Mary Jane Thompson b. 17 June 1826. Enumerated in Big Flats, Chemung County, New York in 1850, farmer and in the town of Elmira, Chemung County in 1860 and 1870, farmer. Robert d. 13 Apr 1875 56y 2m (Elmira City Death Record) town of Elmira, farmer, buried Second Street Cemetery.
Alvin J. Warner b. 15 May 1849 d. 1 May 1880.
Robert Martin Warner b. c. 1855.
Charles Everett Warner b. 15 Sept 1857 m. Frances Annette Hormel.
Fred L. Warner b. 18 July 1861 m. Deborah Dickerson (2)Harriet Mosher.
13. Ammon Warner b. 20 Apr 1827 m. 2 July 1852 Jane Gregg b. 29 Aug 1828. Ammon d. 11 Dec 1888 61y 7m (ts) and Jane d. 16 Jan 1905 (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery.
Truman Bradley Warner b. 1855 d. 18 Aug 1865 11y (ts) funeral preached
by Rev. Jewell, 20 Aug 1865 at Baptist Hill Church.
Victor Silas Warner b. 1859 d. 30 Aug 1864 5y (ts) Baptist Hill.
Jay C. Warner b. 1866 d. 25 Mar 1875 9y (ts) Baptist Hill.
14. Truman Bradley Warner b. 2 Mar 1829 m. c. 1858 Cynthia Arloa Young b. 10 Aug 1838. Bradley d. 1 Apr 1916 (ts) and Cynthia d. 23 Nov 1914 (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery.
Sarah Jane Warner b. 1860 m. Asahel Rynearson.
Infant son b. 15 Apr 1864 d. 27 Apr 1864 12d (ts) Baptist Hill.
Ammon Bradley Warner b. 22 June 1869 m. 29 Oct 1891 Marion Abby West b. 18 Sept 1868. Marion d. 20 June 1924 Mosherville and Ammon d. 20 May 1931 buried Baptist Hill. Had children: Laura Warner m. _____ Barnes, Andrew Warner, Sherman Warner, Victor Warner.
Lydia Irene Warner b. c. 1873 m. c. 1890 Leon Sturdevant.
18. Martin Warner b. 7 Oct 1835 m. c. 1860 Mary Ann McLain b. Feb 1842 or 1844 (ts) Ireland. Farmer, resided Wells Township. Mary d. 1918 (ts) and Martin d. 1919 (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery.
Herbert Warner b. 26 July 1861 m. c. 1885 Arminda Mills b. c. 1864 daughter
of Fred Mills and Emaline Miller and he d. 28 May 1909.
Ulysses G. Warner b. 8 Dec 1864 m. 24 Nov 1887 Ethel Walker b. 25 Nov 1870 daughter of Alfred Walker and Caroline Warner. Ulysses d. 27 July 1939 and Ethel d. 1945 (ts) buried Baptist Hill.
Mable Warner b. 1867.
22. Emeline Warner b. 19 Jan 1839 m. Jacob Roe b. c. 1833 son of Timothy Roe and Elizabeth Stoll. Emeline m. at Wells 29 Mar 1871 (The Northern Tier Gazette, Troy, Pennsylvania, April 13, 1871) T. J. Otterson. Emeline d. 25 Feb 1882 Wells.
Adelbert Roe m. Martha VanBenscoten.
Elmer Roe b. 19 Oct 1863 m. Mary Millham.
Bertha Roe m. Harry Pritchard.
23. Francis Marion Warner b. 31 May 1841 m. 24 Oct 1865 by Rev. Joel Jewell, Margaret Queal b. Sept 1840. Resided Millerton, Pennsylvania. Margaret d. 1012 Pennsylvania Avenue (Pine City, New York), aged 80 years, survived by husband Francis M.; daughters, Effie Corey and Mrs. Ella J. Warner; son, Frederick, all of Elmira; grandchildren, Jennie, Helen, and Walter Warner of Elmira; sister, Mrs. Foster Garrison of Mansfield, Pa. Burial in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, New York (obituary). Frank d. 20 Feb 1927 Millerton.
Frederick A. Warner b. 11 Aug 1866 m. 1890 Nora Shipley b. 2 June 1871.
Nora d. 14 May 1960 and Fred d. 23 Apr 1962.
Effie Margaret Warner b. Apr 1870 m. 14 Sept 1922 Mark Roe Corey.
Robert Lee Warner b. Apr 1874 m. Sept 1897 Lena Thompson b. Sept 1875. Robert d. 14 Sept 1935 and Lena d. 22 Jan 1940.
Ella Jane Warner b. July 1878 d. 15 June 1956.
26. Samantha Warner b. 3 Aug 1833 m. E. G. McClelland b. 9 Oct 1829. E. G. d. 20 July 1884 and Samantha d. 9 Sept 1900 buried Baptist Hill.
Alvin H. McClelland m. Marian Harkness.
27. Alvin J. Warner b. 18 Sept 1836 served in the Civil War, m.
Hannah Smith Mosher b. 1850. Alvin d. 14 Feb 1901 buried Baptist Hill.
Alvin Warner, while at work in the woods near Coryland last Thursday, was struck by a falling tree. As he did not return to the house for dinner, his son Floyd went to call him. On reaching the woods he found his father lying unconscious under a large tree. Quickly notifying the family they returned with a sleigh and brought the unconscious man to the house. Dr. Barker was hastily called, and Mrs. Warner, also in Troy caring for her mother, who is sick. Mr. Warner, lived about two hours after reaching his home. The deceased was married to Miss Hannah Smith Mosher thirty years ago the day of his death, and was born September 18th, 1836. His wife survives him, also two children, Mrs. Judson Hagerman and son Floyd, and three brothers, Nelson, Jefferson and J. E.; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Hotchkiss of New York, Mrs. Al. Walker of Rutland and Mrs. Sarah Randall of Canton. Mr. Warner was one of the foremost workers in the Baptist church, being a member since early manhood, and held the office of Treasurer for a number of years. He was highly respected by all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance, and was a sincere, upright and honorable citizen, living a consecrated christian life. He was a member of the 50th engineers N. Y. V., also of the Eames Post No. 583, G. A. R. of Gilletts. The funeral on last Sabbath was one of the largest ever held in Coryland. The G.A.R. attended in a body. Messrs. Ralell and Brewer of Pine City sang several beautiful selections. The services were conducted by Rev. Stanley West of that place. (Troy Register, Wednesday, February 20, 1901).
Ernest C. Warner b. Jan 1881 d. 11 Mar 1881 buried Baptist Hill.
Edith Warner b. 1877 m. Judson Hagerman.
28. Sarah A. Warner b. 16 Aug 1837 m. James Owen Randall b. 13 Jan 1816 as his second wife. Resided Canton, Pennsylvania. James d. 15 Mar 1899 (ts) and Sarah d. 10 Apr 1912 (ts) buried Main Street Cemetery.
Adelaide Randall b. 6 Apr 1867.
Nettie Randall b. 2 Dec 1869.
29. Nelson Warner b. 18 Aug 1839 m. 2 Mar 1861 Phoebe Ann Lucas
b. 26 May 1841 d. 17 Dec 1901 and Nelson d. 7 Dec 1909 buried Baptist Hill.
Mrs. Nelson Warner died very suddenly at her home near Coryland last Tuesday morning of heart trouble, at the age of 60 years. She was a devoted wife and mother, a member of Columbia and Wells Baptist church for a long period of years. She is survived by her husband and three children: Mrs. Silas G. Stannard of Mainesburg and Bert and Vernia at home. In Warnertown a year ago were three pleasant home of three brothers; J. E. Warner in the old homestead, Alvin and Nelson on adjoining farms. Within the past year death has entered all of these homes. Alvin died last February, suddenly; J. Edsall last September and the last one the subject of this sketch. The funeral of Mrs. Warner was held Thursday at noon at the Baptist church (Troy Register, Thursday, December 19, 1901).
Hattie F. Warner b. 24 Apr 1869 m. Silas G. Stannard.
30. Mary Warner b. 14 Aug 1841 m. Arthur Hotchkiss.
31. Thomas Jefferson Warner b. 19 Mar 1844 m. 20 Apr 1871 Elizabeth Wolfe, known as Betsey, b. 25 Feb 1845 daughter of George Wolfe and Leefe Kennedy d. 22 Feb 1910 and Jefferson d. 5 Apr 1914 buried Baptist Hill.
Harry Wolfe Warner b. 18 July 1881 m. 28 Dec 1904 Maude Estelle Sweeley b. 19 Apr 1878. Harry d. 19 Oct 1948 and Maude d. 26 July 1960.
32. Jesse Edall Warner b. 1 Aug 1847 m. Ella Perry b. 1854. Jesse d. 7 Sept 1901 Virtus, Columbia Township and Ella d. 1938 buried Baptist Hill.
Carroll Warner b. 5 Sept 1877.
Myrtie Warner b. 23 Nov 1879 m. Lorenzo Grinnell and she d. 16 Aug 1936.
Lela Warner b. 10 Feb 1883 m. Frederick Moon and she d. 19 Apr 1977.
Verla Warner b. 2 July 1887 m. Charles Reidy.
Merville Warner b. 8 July 1889.
Pearl Warner b. 2 Dec 1891 m. Glenn Barrett.
33. Caroline Warner b. 1852 m. Alfred Walker. Resided Rutland Township.
Minnie Walker m. a Baker.
Bertha Walker m. a Cook.
Ethel Walker b. 25 Nov 1870 m. Ulysses Warner.
Bennett F. Warner b. July 1834 (ts) 1835 (1900 census) New York son of Amaziah Warner (baptized 28 July 1793 Massachusetts) and Prudence Orvis of Southport, Chemung County, New York. Bennett served in Company D, Pennsylvania Cavalry and attained the rank of Sergeant. He was of Wells when he m. 24 Mar 1866 by Rev. John Robinson, Mary Elizabeth Brown of Wells b. June 1848 New York. Enumerated in Wells Township in 1870, mother Prudence residing with them. Residence was on present Farm View Road, northern Wells Township. In the 1900 directory, farmer with 10 acres. In the 1900 census enumeration, Elizabeth mother of four children, three living. Bennett d. 1907 (ts) and Elizabeth d. Jan 1914 (ts) Webb Mills Cemetery, Town of Southport, Chemung County, New York.
John B. Warner d. 28 Feb 1867 2m (ts) Webb Mills Cemetery.
Francis Warner b. c. 1868.
Willie Warner b. c. 1874.
Mable Warner b. Aug 1889.
Henry Wells first appears on the 1814 assessment list of Wells. On the 1815 and 1816 lists there is the notation “of New York state.” On the 1818 assessment he had a 1/3 interest in a sawmill. Henry last appears on the 1819 assessment list. Resided Chemung County, New York.
Nancy A. Wells b. 5 Jan 1835 m. George W. DeWitt.
Myron and Mary Jane Wells resided at or near Mosherville.
1. Delora Wells d. 1 Nov 1859 1d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
2. Clarence Wells d. 15 Apr 1862 3m 6d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
Abraham Westbrook b. 7 Mar (pension application S6357) was baptised 9 Apr 1762 in the Machackemeck Dutch Reformed Church son of Benjamin Westbrook and Catrina Westbrook. Abraham, also known as Abram, served in the American Revolution in the New Jersey State troops for one year under Capt. Harker (pension file S6357). Abraham m. 26 July 1789 (Machackemeck Church Record) Jannetie (Jane) Van Auken (also Van Aken) b. 1768 daughter of Abraham Isaac Van Auken and Maria DeWitt. Abraham applied for a pension and was inscribed on the roll of New Jersey, 4 Mar 1831. On 28 Aug 1832 Abraham was a resident of Montague, Sussex County, age 70, stated his baptism could be found in the Dutch Reformed Church of Mininski, that he had lived in Sandyston for part of the time and in Montague for the past 40 years. They removed to Wells Township from Sussex County, New Jersey. Abraham and Jane and their son Wilhelmus and his wife Sarah were received as members of the Presbyterian Church at Aspinwall (now Coryland) in 1836. William (Wilhelmus) Westbrook first appears on the 1838 assessment list of Wells and was living in Wells in July 1837 when he purchased items at the estate auction of Morris Shepard. In 1839 both William and Abraham appear on the assessment list (compiled late fall of 1838). Jane d. 13 Jan 1839 70y (ts) Coryland Cemetery. Abraham listed on 1840 assessment list of Wells, compiled 9 Dec 1839. Abraham was enumerated in Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1840, pensioner, age 78, living alone and next to household of son Wilhelmus. Date of death and place of burial unknown. On 14 Dec 1843 Abraham has been residing in Westfall Township, Pike County, Pennsylvania for two years and previously of Sullivan Township, Tioga County for six years.
1. Maria (Mary) Westbrook b. 13 Feb 1790 (Machackemeck).
2. Benjamin Westbrook b. 1 Aug 1792.
3. Catrina (Catherine) Westbrook b. 13 Oct 1794 (Machackemeck).
4. Sarah Westbrook b. 14 June 1798 (Machackemeck).
5. Solomon Westbrook b. 28 Dec 1800 (Machackemeck).
6. Wilhelmus (William) S. Westbrook b. 18 Dec 1804 (Machackemeck).
6. Wilhelmus S. Westbrook b. 18 Dec 1804 m. Sarah W. Crawford b. 6 Aug 1809 daughter of Moses Crawford and Rebecca Cole of Sussex County, New Jersey and later Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Wilhelmus and Sarah were enumerated in Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1840. On the 1841 assessment list of Sullivan, Wilhelmus had two horses and two cows. On the 1842 assessment list, twenty improved acres and 105 acres of wild land. On 17 Feb 1844 joined Presbyterian Church of Troy from Crawfordsville. Enumerated in Springfield Township, Bradford County in 1850 and 1860, farmer. Sarah d. 13 Nov 1860 (ts and Troy Presbyterian Church record) Spear Westbrook Cemetery, Springfield Township and Wilhelmus d. 28 June 1868 (obituary and Troy Presbyterian Church record).
DIED in Springfield June 28th of consumption Wilhelmus Westbrook in his 63rd year born Sussex County, New Jersey, resided last twenty five years in Springfield (Northern Tier Gazette, Troy, Pennsylvania, July 9, 1868).
7. Abraham Westbrook b. May 1831 New Jersey, single, resided South
Creek Township, d. 1904 buried Gillett.
8. Moses Crawford Westbrook b. c. 1833 New Jersey.
9. Olive Westbrook b. c. 1834 New Jersey.
10. William Westbrook b. July c. 1836 New Jersey.
11. John E. Westbrook b. May 1838 Pennsylvania.
12. Simeon Westbrook b. c. 1840 Pennsylvania.
13. Sarah Westbrook b. c. 1842 Pennsylvania.
14. Mary Helen Westbrook b. Mar c. 1844 Pennsylvania.
15. Calvin Todd Westbrook b. 1846 Pennsylvania.
Wells News - John Westbrook and daughter of Corning, came here last week to attend to the burial of his brother, Abraham Westbrook, who was found dead in his bed at Nick Hickok’s, where he made it his home. The interment was made on Tuesday at Gillett. John Westbrook at one time owned over 300 acres of land here in Wells and run a blacksmith shop in connection with his farm. He was a skillful workman (The Troy Register, Troy, Pennsylvania, Thursday, April 7, 1904).
8. Moses Crawford Westbrook b. c. 1833 was enumerated in Springfield Township, Bradford County in 1870, farmer, brothers Abraham and William residing with him. Crawford m. Josephine Vail daughter of Horace Vail and wife Angeline. Enumerated in Springfield Township 1880.
10. William Westbrook b. July c. 1836 enumerated in Springfield Township in 1870 and 1880, farmer. Enumerated in Springfield in 1900 with wife Maria b. June 1850, m. 18 years, farmer. Niece Nora Westbrook b. Mar 1883 and nephew Evans Wood b. Aug 1887 residing with them.
11. John E. Westbrook b. May 1838 resided in northeastern Wells Township, Bradford County in 1858 on Bird Creek. Enumerated in Wells Township in 1870 with wife Althea b. c. 1841 New York. Enumerated in Jackson Township, Tioga County in 1880, blacksmith with wife, Clara M., b. Dec 1844 Pennsylvania. Enumerated in Corning, Steuben County, New York in 1900, blacksmith.
DIED in Wells, November 18, 1871 of consumption, Mrs. Althea Westbrook, wife of John Westbrook, aged 30 years (Northern Tier Gazette, Troy, Pennsylvania, November 23, 1871).
Child of John and Althea:
John C. Westbrook b. Nov 1869.
Children of John and Clara:
Clara Edith Westbrook b. Feb 1875 m. a Hill.
Charles A. Westbrook b. July 1876/7 was enumerated in Addison, New York in 1900, bar inspector for Erie Railroad.
Erie M. Westbrook b. Sept 1882.
14. Helen Mary Westbrook b. Mar c. 1844 m. 1868 (Northern Tier Gazette, Troy, Pennsylvania, December 3, 1868) at Methodist Episcopal parsonage in Leona by Rev. C. L. F. Howe, William Ormsby and was a widow in 1880, residing in Smithfield Township, Bradford County. Enumerated at 212 Seventeenth Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1900, operating a lodging house, mother of two children, two living. Helen d. 3 Aug 1902 Leona, Springfield Township, Bradford County.
Death at Leona. Mrs. Helen Ormsby, a native of Springfield township and the daughter of the late Wilhelmus Westbrook, died on Sunday afternoon, August 3rd, at the home of her brother, Raymond Westbrook at Leona. She suffered for several months with a tumor. She is survived by two sons. For several years she has resided in Philadelphia, Elmira and other cities (The Troy Register, Thursday, August 7, 1902).
Bert W. Westbrook b. c. 1872 Pennsylvania.
Willis C. Westbrook b. May 1878 Pennsylvania.
15. Calvin T. Westbrook b. 1846 and wife Frances E. b. c. 1852 Pennsylvania enumerated in Springfield Township, Bradford County in 1870, m. Oct 1869, farmer. Enumerated in Springfield in 1880, farmer. Calvin d. 1914 (ts) Union Cemetery, Smithfield Township.
Huldah Westfall became a member of the Presbyterian Church at Aspinwall (now Coryland) in 1836.
Laban D. Wheeler first appears on the 1834 assessment list of Wells
and last appears on the 1837 assessment list. His name appears on a list
of buyers at the estate auction of Morris Shepard, July 1837. Enumerated
in Ridgebury Township in 1840.
Ira Whiting b. c. 1824 Pennsylvania and wife, Catherine b. c. 1826 Pennsylvania enumerated 1850 census of Wells with Polly Millard b. c. 1832 Pennsylvania in same household.
Luther Whitmarsh b. c. 1815 New York state and wife, Caroline b. c. 1822 New York state enumerated 1850 census of Wells.
1. Augusta Whitmarsh b. c. 1840 New York state.
2. Deloyd Whitmarsh b. c. 1842 New York state.
Selah Bradner Wickham b. 25 Mar 1804 Minisink, Orange County, New York m. 26 Apr 1828 Frances Moore Monell b. 20 Nov 1808 Minisink. Resided Orange County, New York and Sussex County, New Jersey. Frances d. 11 Apr 1849. Selah m. 12 Feb 1850 in Wantage, Sussex County, New Jersey, Mary Gould b. 14 Feb 1827. They were part of the large migration to Wells. Resided central Wells near South Creek Township. Returned to Sussex County where Selah d. 6 Nov 1887. Mary d. Jan 1905 Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
DIED - The 11th ult. at Sparta, NJ, Frances, wife of Selah Wickham, and daughter of Wm. Monell of this county age 41 years 22 days (The Independent Republican, Goshen, New York, May 4, 1849).
1. Esther Jane Wickham b. 2 Aug 1829 Orange County, New York.
2. William Monell Wickham b. 2 June 1832 Goshen, Orange County.
3. Maria Wickham b. 16 Sept 1834 Orange County d. 17 June 1853 18y 9m 1d (ts) Coryland Cemetery, Wells Township.
4. John C. Wickham b. 20 July 1837 Orange County.
5. Charles C. Wickham b. 19 July 1840 Orange County.
6. James B. Wickham b. 4 June 1843 Orange County.
7. Eliza Ann Wickham b. 13 Sept 1845 Sussex County.
8. Frances Emily Wickham b. 2 Apr 1849 Sussex County.
Ellison Wickham b. 22 May 1830 m. 15 Apr 1853 (marriage compiled by Clement F. Heverly; 1853 in obituary of Malissa) Malissa Beckwith b. 14 Aug 1830 (ts) town of Southport, Chemung County, New York daughter of Richard Ransom Beckwith, Jr., and Sarah Halbert. Resided central Wells Township. Martha Wickham, age 60, perhaps Ellison’s mother enumerated with Ellison and Malissa in 1860. Ellison served in Company D, 161st PA Regiment during Civil War. Enumerated in Wells in 1870, 1880, and 1900, farmer. Malissa d. 10 Nov 1903 (ts) Mosherville Cemetery. Ellison may be the Wickham of Bump & Wickham who operated "Gilt Edge Creamery" in Seeley Creek Valley one half mile south of state line on road to Mosherville.
1. Richard R. Wickham b. Apr 1855 Wells.
2. Anna Wickham b. June 1859 Wells.
3. Clarence Wickham b. July 1869 Wells d. young.
1. Richard R. Wickham b. Apr 1855 m. 31 Dec 1884 in Wells, Flora A. Strong b. May 1854 Wells daughter of Daniel Strong and Lucretia Sherman of Wells. Enumerated in Albion, Howard County, Iowa in 1900, dry goods merchant. Resided South Dakota in 1903.
Clara Dell Wickham b. Dec 1885 Minnesota.
Alberta Wickham b. Apr 1889 Iowa.
2. Anna Wickham b. June 1859 m. c. 1876 James M. McNeal b. Apr 1857 Pennsylvania. Enumerated in Langdon Village, McIntyre Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania in 1880, signal man. Enumerated in Wells in 1900 next to her parents, farmer. Resided Elmira, New York in 1903.
Charlotte E. McNeal b. c. 1879.
Harriet McNeal b. Mar 1881, teacher in 1900.
Mame M. McNeal b. Apr 1884.
Nora O. McNeal b. Feb 1887.
Ellison McNeal b. Mar 1892.
Ida McNeal b. Nov 1898.
Augustus Wilber b. c. 1813 Massachusetts and wife, Harriet b. c. 1815 Massachusetts enumerated 1850 census of Wells.
1. Harrietta Wilber b. c. 1832 New York state.
2. Augustus W. Wilber b. c. 1842 Pennsylvania.
3. Tryphosa Wilber b. c. 1844 Pennsylvania.
4. Maria F. Wilber b. c. 1846 Pennsylvania.
5. Alfreda Wilber b. c. 1848 Pennsylvania.
6. Olive A. Wilber b. c. 1850 Pennsylvania.
George Wilcox b. c. 1800 Rhode Island and wife, Lucy b. c. 1795 Massachusetts enumerated 1850 census of Wells. Resided central Wells.
1. George W. Wilcox b. c. 1835 Pennsylvania.
2. Electa M. Wilcox b. c. 1838 Pennsylvania.
3. Noble C. Wilcox b. c. 1840 Pennsylvania, enlisted 24 Sept 1861 in Company F, 1st Light Artillery NY during Civil War, d. 27 Mar 1862 Washington, DC.
4. Letta L. Wilcox b. c. 1843 Pennsylvania.
James Doyle Wilcox b. 15 Feb 1818 Minisink, Orange County, New York m. Sarah Bennett b. 12 Dec 1819 Minisink. Enumerated in Big Flats, Chemung County, New York in 1850, farmer. Enumerated in Owego, Tioga County, New York in 1860, farmer. Enumerated in Campbell, Steuben County, New York in 1870. James d. 5 Mar 1893 and Sarah d. 13 Nov 1905 on Rowley Hill buried Mosherville Cemetery.
Mrs. Sarah Wilcox, mother of Geo. G. Wilcox, station agent at this place,
died on Rowley Hill in Wells township last Monday, aged eighty-five years.
The funeral and burial were at Mosherville Wednesday.
Deceased had been a widow for many years. She leaves several sons, among whom are Asa Wilcox of Moshervile; George of this place; Fred of Roseville; Lawyer H. D. of Elmira and Josiah Wilcox of Wells (obituary).
1. Floyd Wilcox b. c 1839.
2. Asa Wilcox b. 9 Mar 1843 Orange County, New York.
3. Josiah C. Wilcox b. 1846 m. Jennie Terwilliger and he d. 1916 (ts) Watson Cemetery, Roseville.
4. Hannah Wilcox b. 1850 d. young.
5. Samuel Wilcox b. c. 1852.
6. Hezekiah D. Wilcox b. c. 1855.
7. George Wilcox b. c. 1858.
8. Frederick Wilcox b. c. 1862.
2. Asa Wilcox b. 9 Mar 1843 m. 16 Dec 1867 Mary E. Strong b. 15 June 1846 daughter of John Strong and Lucretia Sherman. Asa d. 1924 (ts) and Mary d. 1924 (ts) Mosherville Cemetery. Mary d. at the family home in Arch Creek, Florida and body was brought back to Mosherville for burial beside her husband whose body was brought back from Florida in July. Survived by three children, Mrs. Clifford Kalch of Arch Creek, Mrs. T. W. Johns of Mansfield, Pennsylvania and W. S. Wilcox of Lawrenceville, Pennsylvania and three brothers, James Strong of Columbia Cross Roads, George Strong of Fassett, and Donald Strong of Gillett, and a sister, Mrs. Flora Wickham in the west (obituary).
Lida M. Wilcox b. 22 Nov 1866 d. 4 Jan 1879 (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
William S. Wilcox b. 1868 d. 1957. Wife Anna B., b. 1862 d. 1949.
Mary Ann Wilcox b. 28 June 1877 m. 8 Dec 1904 Thomas W. Johns, resided near Roseville, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. He d. age 50 survived by Mary, four children, and his mother.
daughter m. Clifford Kalch.
William Williams enumerated Elmira Village, Tioga County (Chemung County not yet formed), New York in 1830 with two males under age five (b. 1826-30), one male of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1811-15), one male of age of thirty and under age forty (b. 1791-1800), one female under age five (b. 1826-30), and one female of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1791-1800). Enumerated in Elmira, Chemung County in 1840 with one male under age five (b. 1836-40), two males of age five and under age ten (b. 1831-35), two males of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1826-30), two males of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1821-25), one male of age fifty and under age sixty (b. 1781-90), one female of age five and under age ten (b. 1821-25), and one female of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1801-10). Wife, Stella d. 17 Aug 1841. William Williams, 67, widowed, born Wales, d. Mar 1850, tanner, apoplexy (1850 mortality schedule of Wells Township).
James W. Williams b. 1822.
Elizabeth Williams b. c. 1824 d. 11 Aug 1826 2y (ts) Wisner Baptist Cemetery, removed to Woodlawn.
Anna C. Williams b. 7 Oct 1828, seamstress in 1900 census, renting a house at 701 East Market Street, Elmira, d. 16 Jan 1912 (ts) Second Street Cemetery.
James W. Williams b. 1822 New York state son of William Williams and wife, Pamelia P. b. 17 Oct 1822 New York state were enumerated 1850 census of Wells. On the 1858 atlas residing west side of Judson Hill Road south of Mosherville. Enumerated in Wells in 1860, farmer, non owner of real estate. James served as a Corporal in Company B, 207 New York Infantry during the Civil War. Enumerated 640 West Water Street, Elmira, New York in 1880. Pamelia d. 12 Mar 1900 (ts). James enumerated with daughter Mary and family in Elmira in the 1910 census enumeration. James d. 1910 (ts) buried Second Street Cemetery, Elmira, New York.
1. Stella J. Williams b. c. 1845 New York.
2. Charles Williams b. c. 1847 New York.
3. Ann E. Williams b. 1850 Wells.
4. Susan Williams b. c. 1852.
5. William Williams b. c. 1854.
6. Mary Williams b. c. 1867.
Thomas Wilson acquired property by mortgage from Samuel Pleasants, recorded 14 July 1806. Mortgage of George Buchanan, an early settler, describes land bordered by Thomas Wilson and Ralph Bever (Bovier). A Thomas Wilson appears on the 1808 tax list of Tioga Township, Luzerne County (that portion that was northern Bradford County at that time). A Thomas Wilson appears on the 1810 census of Athens, Lycoming County (Bradford County formed from Lycoming). A Thomas Wilson of Tioga Township, Tioga County, d. 1825, administration of estate by John Wilson. Perhaps the same Thomas Wilson taxed in Dec 1799 in the Town of Chemung, Tioga County, New York with a house and lot.
James and Susannah Wilson of Sussex County, New Jersey had several children. Samuel Wilson and Jesse Dennis petitioned (Sussex County Estate file 804S) 25 May 1794 on behalf of Lydia, John, Sarah, James and Estell, minor children of James Wilson.
1. James Wilson b. 1 Apr 1794 New Jersey.
2. Estill Wilson b. 20 Oct 1796 New Jersey.
1. James Wilson b. 1 Apr 1794 m. 26 June 1813 in Sussex County, New Jersey, Elizabeth Predmore b. 14 Sept 1788 New Jersey daughter of Joseph Predmore and Margaret Harker. James first appears on the 1824 assessment list of Wells acquiring property of Ezra Kelly. Enumerated beside brother Estill in Wells Township, Bradford County, Pensnylvania in 1830. James last appears on the 1834 assessment list of Wells. Enumerated in Rutland Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1840. James appears on the 1844 assessment list of Sullivan Township, Tioga County where they continued to reside, farmer. Elizabeth d. 24 Sept 1865 77y (ts) and James d. 8 Oct 1865 71y 6m 7d (ts) Wood Cemetery, Sullivan Township.
3. John H. Wilson b. 10 Apr 1818 m. Emily Burton.
4. Sarah Ann Wilson b. 29 Apr 1821 d. 30 July 1821.
5. William Wilson b. 27 Oct 1823 m. Salome Howe.
6. Hiram H. Wilson b. 14 June 1826 m. Mary Rockwell.
7. James D. Wilson b. 5 Oct 1827 m. Angeline Chambers.
2. Estill (or Estile) Wilson b. 20 Oct 1796 is related to have served War of 1812, m. 22 Sept 1817 (Sussex County, New Jersey marriage record) Mary McWhorter, often known as Polly, b. 18 July 1795 New York daughter of John McWhorter and Margaret Carr. Estill and Mary removed to Wells and were enumerated in Wells in 1820 with one male under age ten (b. 1811-20), one male of age twenty six and under age forty five (b. 1776-94), and one female of age sixteen and under age twenty six (b. 1775-84). Estill first appears on the 1821 assessment list of Wells. Residence was in south central Wells north of Aspinwall (now Coryland) and near Rowley Hill on warrant parcel 1389. Mary’s sister Sarah McWhorter and husband Joseph Holly and Estill’s brother James Wilson and wife Elizabeth Predmore resided near them. He is the Esther Wilson enumerated on the 1830 census of Wells with one male under age five (b. 1826-30), one male of age five and under age ten (b. 1821-25), one male of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1816-20), one male of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1791-1800), one female of age five and under age ten (b. 1821-25), and one female of age thirty and under age forty (b. 1791-1800). On the 1839 assessment list is the notation “removed.” Enumerated on Rutland Hill, Sullivan Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1840 with two males of age ten and under age fifteen (b. 1826-30), one male of age forty and under age fifty (b. 1791-1800), one female of age five and under age ten (b. 1831-35), one female of age fifteen and under age twenty (b. 1821-25), and one female of age forty and under age fifty (b. 1791-1800). Enumerated in Southport, Chemung County, New York in 1850. Mary d. 26 May 1855 59y 10m 8d (ts) Maple Grove Cemetery, Horseheads, Chemung County. Estill removed to Wisconsin and m. 12 Aug 1855 (Waupaca County marriage record) in Waupaca County, Wisconsin, Mary Ann Hall. Estill and wife Amelia b. c. 1812 Vermont were enumerated in Stevens Point, Portage County, Wisconsin in 1860, laborer. Estill may be the Hick Wilson, age 75, enumerated with William Wilson in Amherst, Portage County in 1870. Amelia was enumerated in the City of Stevens Point in 1870 living alone. Estill d. 25 Mar 1875 78y 5m 5d (ts) Greenwood Cemetery, Amherst Township.
8. James Wilson b. 29 May 1818 Sussex County, New Jersey.
9. daughter b. 1821-25.
10. William Wilson b. 1826 Wells.
11. Robert Wilson b. 14 Apr 1829 Wells.
12. Lydia Wilson b. c. 1832 Wells.
8. James Wilson b. 29 May 1818 m. Sarah M. VanSkiver, often known as Sally, b. 2 Dec 1823 Hector, Schuyler County, New York daughter of John VanSkiver and Catherine Cusick of Wells. Laborer, enumerated in Southport, Chemung County, New York in 1850. They are related to have removed in 1853, partly by train and the remainder by wagon, to Portage County, Wisconsin. Several other families from Wells Township and nearby Jackson Township also settled in Portage County. Farmer, enumerated in Amherst, Portage County, Wisconsin in 1860, 1870, and 1880. James d. 7 Apr 1892 Amherst and Sally d. 18 Feb 1894 Amherst buried Greenwood Cemetery, Amherst Township. Members of Sally’s family also removed to Amherst.
Mary Jane Wilson b. 1843 Pennsylvania m. John N. Webster and she d.
1879 (ts) Greenwood Cemetery.
Reuben Wilson b. 9 Mar 1845 New York, served Civil War, d. 13 Oct 1865 20y 7m 4d (ts) Greenwood Cemetery.
John E. Wilson b. c. 1848 New York d. 28 July 1868 (ts) Greenwood Cemetery.
Susan Wilson b. Mar 1851 New York m. Edwin Hathaway and she d. 1924 (ts) Greenwood Cemetery.
Catherine Wilson b. c. 1853 New York m. John N. Webster (2)George Berto.
Sarah E. Wilson b. 1857 Wisconsin m. George Smith and she d. 1931 (ts) Greenwood Cemetery.
Asa J. Wilson b. Aug 1864 Amherst d. 1932 (ts) Greenwood Cemetery.
10. William Wilson b. 1826 m. Phebe Fleming b. 7 Dec 1824 Trenton, New Jersey daughter of Thomas Fleming and Rachel VanHart of Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania; Southport, Chemung County, New York; and Amherst, Portage County, Wisconsin. Farmer, enumerated in Amherst, Portage County, Wisconsin in 1860, 1870, and 1880. William d. 1898 (ts). Phebe enumerated in Amherst in 1900, widow, daughter Mary and grandson William Fowlie residing with her. Phebe d. 1916 (ts) buried with William in Greenwood Cemetery, Portage County.
Robert B. Wilson b. 9 May 1851 New York d. 7 Mar 1936 (ts) Greenwood
Estill Wilson b. Oct 1853 New York m. Sarah A. McLaughlin and he d. 1932.
Thomas Wilson b. 1855 Wisconsin d. 1935 (ts) Greenwood Cemetery.
Mary Wilson b. Nov 1857 Wisconsin m. a Fowlie, divorced and she and her son William H. Fowlie were enumerated with her parents in 1880 and with her mother in 1900. Mary d. 1915 (ts) Greenwood Cemetery.
Richard Wilson b. 1859 Amherst, Wisconsin d. 1927 (ts) Greenwood Cemetery
Henry Wilson b. 24 Jan 1864 Amherst.
Edith Wilson b. c. 1868 Amherst.
11. Robert Wilson b. 14 Apr 1829 m. Harriet Fleming b. 1 Mar 1827 New York daughter of Thomas Fleming and Rachel VanHart. Farmer, enumerated in Amherst, Portage County, Wisconsin in 1860, 1870, and 1880. Harriet d. 21 Jan 1890 (ts) and Robert d. 13 June 1894 (ts) Lower Amherst Cemetery.
Emma Wilson b. c. 1855 Wisconsin.
Hollis Wilson b. 27 June 1857 Wisconsin.
Arthur C. Wilson b. Feb 1867 Wisconsin.
James A. Wilson related to be b. north of Ireland of Scotch-Irish descent, served British army, by occupation a weaver. He m. in Ireland, but lost his wife and they were the parents of one son. James came to America about 1827 and settled in Dutchess County, New York. His son came three or four years later. He worked in a woolen factory at Stanford, New York and while there m. Mrs. Mary Mosher Griffen b. 1789, widow of Henry Griffen and sister to Humphrey Mosher who settled in Wells. James and his family arrived in Wells in 1836 (appear on 1837 assessment list compiled in 1836) from Dutchess County. Purchased land of James Hall just south of Mosherville on the main road to Coryland. A Mary Wilson was one of the original twelve members of the North Church of Wells, a Presbyterian Church formed at the state line in Nov 1836, which may refer to the Mary Wilson of this sketch. Mary d. 9 May 1865 75y 6m 11d (ts). Her funeral was ministered by Rev. Joel Jewell, 11 May. James became a member of the Presbyterian Church at Aspinwall (now Coryland) in 1872. James d. 1878 age 87y (Reporter Journal, Towanda, May 28, 1885). His son, Humphrey remained on the farm.
One known child of Mary and first husband:
Rhoda Griffin b. 1810 m. Lorenzo Grinnell.
Child of James and first wife:
1. William R. Wilson b. 1818/19 Ireland.
Children of James and Mary:
2. Mary Jane Wilson b. 1830.
3. Humphrey Wilson b. c. 1832 Greene County, New York (1865 state census).
4. James A. Wilson b. c. 1834.
1. William R. Wilson b. 1818/19, served Florida, Mexican, and Civil War, resided south of Mosherville on east side of main road to Coryland on the place begun by Dr. Alvord. He m. 2 June 1852 Abigail Mosher b. 3 May 1830 daughter of Humphrey Wilson and Abigail Coonley. William d. 18 May 1871 52y (ts) and Abigail d. 14 Sept 1907 77y 4m 11d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
Effie D. Wilson b. 1853 m. John W. Beaman and she d. 24 June 1877 24y
(ts) Mosherville Cemetery. After her death he m. her sister, Fannie.
Fannie R. Wilson b. c. 1854 m. John W. Beaman as his second wife.
Edwin Wilson b. c. 1856.
Susan Wilson b. c. 1858.
Foster Wilson b. 186_.
Nathaniel Wilson b. 186_.
2. Mary Jane Wilson b. 1830 m. 4 Aug 1856 in Seeley Creek, Town of Southport, Chemung County, New York, Lorenzo Merritt Leonard b. 7 Oct 1826 Tompkins County, New York son of Curtis H. Leonard and wife Electa of Wells and he d. 8 Mar 1857 30y 5m 1d (ts). Mary Jane m. 1 Jan 1861 in Southport, Chemung County, New York, Valorius C. Leonard b. c. 1830, brother of her first husband. Valorius served Civil War. Removed to St. Louis, Gratiot County, Michigan for health reasons for the curing powers of Magnetic Springs and Valorius d. 20 Dec 1885 shortly after arrival. Mary Jane d. 16 Aug 1895 at 402 South Broadway, Elmira, New York (obituary) 64y 10m 11d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery buried with Merritt.
Child of Mary Jane and Lorenzo:
Clara E. Leonard 2 Nov 1856 d. 4 Aug 1864 7y 9m 2d (ts).
Children of Mary Jane and Valorius:
Curtis H. Leonard b. 1862 resided Gaines, Pennsylvania.
Camilla Leonard b. 1863 m. H. B. Smith resided Elmira.
James A. Wilson Leonard b. 2 June 1865 d. 29 Jan 1885.
Mary A. Leonard b. 1869 m. Samuel A. Sperry, resided Elmira.
child b. 12 Sept 1871 d. 28 Oct 1871.
3. Humphrey Wilson b. c. 1832 m. Millicent Seeley daughter of Strong Seely and Sabra Ingals. Resided on farm of parents and was involved in dairy farming. Enumerated 1865 state census of Southport, Chemung County, New York, wagon maker. Humphrey d. 5 Apr 1888 56y (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
William H. Wilson b. 1 Sept 1857 m. Catherine E. Beers b. 24 Jan 1870
Wells daughter of Charles Beers and Sarah Carr. William d. 4 Dec 1947 Southport,
Chemung County, New York and Kate d. 2 May 1962 Southport.
Charles H. Wilson.
Kathryn Wilson m. Harvey M. Coole.
Wilbur E. Wilson.
Mabel W. Wilson b. 1886 d. 11 April 1984 Pine City, New York.
Ernest H. Wilson b. 1890 d. 30 October 1963 Springfield, New York.
Raymond Wilson b. 16 Mar 1893 Wells d. 11 Feb 1989 Horseheads, New York.
Howard Beers Wilson b. 1901 d. 24 Nov 1984 Elmira, New York.
Louise W. Wilson b. 1902 d. 24 Mar 1989 Elmira, New York.
Clara E. Wilson b. 2 May 1907 d. 11 July 1997 Elmira, New York.
4. James A. Wilson b. 1834 m. Angeline Corzette b. 1835. James d. 1869 (ts) Mosherville Cemetery. Angeline and daughter Catherine enumerated with her father-in-law in 1870. Angeline Wilson became member of the Presbyterian Church at Aspinwall (now Coryland) in 1873 with her father-in-law James A. Wilson. Angeline m. (2)Levi C. Retan as his second wife. Levi d. 20 Apr 1894 Millerton. Angeline d. 12 Apr 1896 (ts and obituary) buried with James.
Catherine Wilson b. c. 1858.
George B. Wilson b. 12 May 1811 Angelica, New York (death record) or Pennsylvania (census enumerations) son of Joseph Wilson m. Sarah Wilson b. 1 July 1812 daughter of John Wilson and Patience Miller. Enumerated in Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania in 1850, farmer. Removed to neighboring Wells Township, farmer, resided on main road between state line and Millerton in Wells Township. Sarah d. 7 June 1885 (ts) and George d. 8 Apr 1896 (ts and Bradford County death record) Wells Township (death record) buried Millerton Cemetery, Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania.
1. Clarissa Wilson b. 1836 m. Robert Tillinghast, resided Watkins,
New York and she d. 1927 buried Millerton.
2. Amelia Wilson b. 1839 m. 4 May 1862 William Tillinghast, buried Millerton.
3. George Wilson b. 6 Feb 1841 Lawrenceville m. 3 Dec 1863 Isabelle Pedrick daughter of John S. Pedrick and Hannah Roushy. Resided Pine City, New York and he d. 12 Jan 1911 buried Webb Mills.
4. Delrain Wilson b. c. 1843 resided Millerton.
5. Patience J. Wilson b. 1846 m. William Curren and she d. 1908 buried Millerton.
6. Esther Wilson b. c. 1852.
7. Henry J. Wilson b. 6 Apr 1854 Jackson Township m. 18 Oct 1877 Ella M. Jones daughter of Simeon R. Jones, resided Seeley Creek, town of Southport, Chemung County, New York.
8. Ellen Wilson, often known as Nellie, b. 1859 m. Frank Miller and she d. 1922 buried Millerton.
Lorenzo Wing b. 4 Oct 1810 son of Samuel Wing and Rhetta Chaffee first
appears on the 1840 assessment list of Wells, innkeeper in Mosherville,
m. Mary Mosher b. c. 1822 daughter of Humphrey Mosher and Abigail Coonley
b. c. 1811 New York. Enumerated 1850 census of Wells. Removed to Elmira,
1. Lydia A. Wing b. c. 1842.
2. Edson Wing b. c. 1844.
3. Henry Wing b. c. 1845.
4. Elizabeth Wing b. c. 1846.
5. Susan Maria Wing b. June 1847 m. Jacob Wolfe.
06. Abigail Wing.
Edson Wing died Friday morning at the home of his sister, Mrs. Lydia Murphy, No. 611 Sullivan street, age seventy years. Mr. Wing was employed over forty years in the Erie Railroad company's baggage room in this city and during nearly that entire time he was associated in the work with Charles Van Wagoner, whose funeral was held in this city Thursday afternoon. Mr. Wing was a native of Wells, Pa., and came to Elmira before the Civil War. He was a member of the official board of the First Methodist Episcopal church many years. Mrs. Wing died in this city about three years ago. The decedent is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Lydia Murphy of Elmira; Mrs. Elizabeth Grogan of Oklahoma; Mrs. Morris Wolf, of Columbia Cross Roads, Pa.; and Mrs. Abbie Swan, of Elmira. The funeral will be held at the home Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. A. J. Saxe will officiate. Burial in Woodlawn (November 7, 1913).
John L. Wisner b. c. 1824 New York state and wife, Rebecca b. c. 1826 New York state, enumerated 1850 census of Wells.
1. Anna Wisner b. c. 1847 New York.
Earl P. Wood b. c. 1800 Massachusetts and wife, Lucinda b. c. 1801 (1850 census) Connecticut, enumerated 1850 census of Wells. Resided Judson Hill Road at Edsallville. Lucinda d. Jan 1859 51y 3m 12d (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery.
1. David C. Wood b. c. 1830 Rhode Island.
2. Louisa D. Wood b. c. 1831 New York.
3. John H. Wood b. 14 Feb 1832 New York.
4. Sarah L. Wood b. c. 1835 d. Sept 1849 age 15 of diarrhea, ill 10 days (1850 mortality schedule).
5. Earl P. Wood b. c. 1837 New York.
6. Nathan B. Wood b. c. 1839 New York.
7. Spencer Wood b. c. 1842 Pennsylvania.
8. Julia Ann Wood b. c. 1845 Pennsylvania.
3. John H. Wood b. 14 Feb 1832 d. 10 June 1908 (ts). Wife, Sarah A., b. 27 Feb 1832 (ts) d. 16 Jan 1902 (ts) Judson Hill Cemetery.
Oliver Woodard first appears on the 1826 assessment list of Wells. On the 1828 assessment list he transfered property to Jacob Stelle.
Abraham Wortendyke b. 3 Nov 1795 son of Rynier Wortendyke and his second wife Annatje (Hannah) Foshay m. Rachel Doremus b. Aug 1798 and they removed to Wells in 1827 from Sussex County, New Jersey. Abraham’s sister Hannah Shuart and her family also settled in Wells. Abraham was a shoemaker and mechanic in early life and followed the trade of a cooper in South Creek, while improving the family farm. Enumerated in Wells in 1830 and 1840 and in South Creek in 1850. Abram d. 20 Sept 1851 55y 10m 17d (ts) Coryland Cemetery, Wells Township. History of Bradford County, Pennsylvania by Bradsby relates he d. 20 Sept 1861 65y, which is an error. Abraham d. intestate (Bradford County probate 784). Administrative bond filed 10 Oct 1851. Inventory filed 13 Oct 1851. Rachel d. 13 Dec 1856 58y 3m 26d (ts) Coryland Cemetery.
1. Hannah Wortendyke b. 3 Oct 1818 New Jersey m. 12 Dec 1835 (Bradford
marriage by Justice Shubal Rowlee, Jr.) Samuel Knapp Gustin b. 18 Nov 1807
and Hannah d. 4 Feb 1884 buried Gillett.
2. Andrew Wortendyke b. 29 Apr 1820 Sussex County, New Jersey m. 1865 Nancy M. Ingersoll.
3. son b. 1821-25.
4. daughter b. 1821-25.
5. Neri Wortendyke b. c. 1828 d. 4 Oct 1858 29y _m 18d (ts) intestate (probate file 1241) in South Creek Township, Peter Wortendyke administrator.
6. Abraham Wortendyke b. c. 1831.
7. Rachel Wortendyke b. c. 1833.
8. Peter Wortendyke b. 27 Jan 1836.
9. Harriet Wortendyke b. c. 1839 m. 26 Feb 1862 (Elmira newspaper, March 1, 1862) at Horseheads, New York, A. Jackson Hammond of South Creek Township.
2. Andrew Wortendyke b. 29 Apr 1820 m. Nancy M. Ingersoll. Enumerated in South Creek Township in 1880, farmer.
James T. Wortendyke b. c. 1863.
8. Peter Wortendyke b. 27 Jan 1836 m. Susan A. Dartt b. 7 June 1844. Peter d. 25 May 1895 (ts) and Susan d. 25 July 1917 (ts) Oak Hill Cemetery, Troy, Pennsylvania.
Frank C. Wortendyke b. 29 Apr 1867 d. 10 Mar 1876 (ts) Oak Hill Cemetery.
Peter Wylie b. 29 June 1778 m. 30 Nov 1800 Lucretia Holcomb b. 2 June
1780. Resided Lebanon, Madison County, New York. Peter d. 30 Aug 1831 and
Lucretia d. 17 Apr 1857 Lebanon.
1. William Pease Wylie b. 4 Apr 1809.
2. Moses D. Wylie b. 1811.
3. Ellen Minerva Wylie b. 16 Aug 1813 m. 9 July 1837 Sydney Algeron Grosvenor.
4. Merrita M. Wylie b. Mar 1821.
5. Beriah W. Wylie.
6. Margaret Wylie.
7. George Franklin Wylie.
8. Matilda Wylie.
1. William Pease Wylie b. 4 Apr 1809 was of Lebanon, Madison County, New York when he m. 12 Oct 1831 (Elmira Gazette, October 15, 1831) at French Mills (now Mosherville), Wells Township, Charlotte French b. 4 Jan 1813 daughter of Peter Price French and Sarah Stearne. William first appears on the 1834 assessment list of Wells. Both William and Charlotte were school teachers and William was a farmer, members of the Universalist Church. William d. 25 Dec 1894 (ts) Mansfield, Pennsylvania and Charlotte d. 26 Dec 1894 (ts) Mansfield buried Mosherville Cemetery, Wells Township.
Ellen L. Wylie b. 3 Nov 1832 New York m. 24 May 1852 Stephen Rickey
and (2)J. Darwin Norton and she d. 2 Feb 1889 Franklin County, Kansas.
Elizabeth Maria Wylie b. 27 Mar 1834 Pennsylvania m. 26 Oct 1854 J. Darwin Norton and she d. 6 Oct 1864 Logan County, Illinois.
Mary C. Wylie b. 5 Sept 1836 Pennsylvania m. 9 Mar 1856 Curtis T. Norton and they resided Larned, Pawnee County, Kansas.
Margaret M. Wylie b. 10 Aug 1838 Pennsylvania m. 7 Nov 1881 Dr. J. H. Shearer and she d. 1910.
Peter Franklin Wylie b. 13 Aug 1840 Pennsylvania m. 7 Mar 1865 Anna Norton and resided Boone, Iowa.
Charlotte Amelia Wylie b. 15 July 1842 Pennsylvania m. 3 Oct 1868 (Bradford Reporter) Henry Pier Soper of Rutland and she d. 2 Mar 1902.
William Henry Wylie b. 28 June 1844 Pennsylvania, served in Civil War and d. in Battle 3 June 1864 Cold Harbor, Virginia.
Marshall Howard Wylie b. 5 Oct 1846 Pennsylvania d. 30 Jan 1868 21y 3m 24d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
Hoffman Squire Wylie b. 6 Oct 1848 Pennsylvania d. 10 Oct 1874 San Antonio, Texas.
Francis Rickey Wylie b. 5 Feb 1851 d. 25 Dec 1934 Kansas City, Missouri.
Moses Grosvenor Wylie b. 11 June 1854 d. 31 Dec 1867 13y 6m 12d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
2. Moses D. Wylie b. 1811 m. E. Sophronia Whitmore b. c. 1816 Vermont. Enumerated 1850 and 1860 census of Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, farmers. Sophronia d. at home of daughter Mrs. William H. Ferguson at 600 West Gray Street, Elmira buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira, New York.
Erastus Wylie b. c. 1835 New York
Cornelia D. Wylie b. c. 1838 New York.
Adelia Wylie b. c. 1840 Pennsylvania.
M. Carin Wylie b. c. 1844 Pennsylvania resided southwest Wells, occupying place begun by Isaac Searles, removed to Elmira, New York.
Orman J. Wylie b. c. 1851.
4. Merrita M. Wylie b. Mar 1821 m. Richard D. Lefler and she d. 17 Feb 1842 20y 11m 12d (ts) Old Daggett Burying Ground, Jackson Township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania.
Ephraim Yost b. c. 1819 Pennsylvania m. Huldah J. Calkins b. Dec 1824 Pennsylvania daughter of James Calkins and Huldah Dewey of Wells. Enumerated 1850 census of Wells, farmer. Huldah enumerated in Ottawa, LaSalle County, Illiniois in 1860, farmer, Ephraim evidently deceased. Her brother Moses Calkins and family resided Ottawa. Huldah enumerated in home of son George in Ottawa in 1870 and in home of daughter Mary in Ottawa in 1880 and with daughter Mary in Evanston, Cook County, Illinois in 1900, mother of six children, four living.
1. Thomas F. Yost b. c. 1845 Pennsylvania m. 25 Mar 1873 Alida
2. George A. Yost b. c. 1847 Pennsylvania m. 6 Feb 1870 Maria Parker.
3. Isaac R. Yost b. 1849 d. Sept 1849 age 2 months of diarrhea, ill 3 days (1850 mortality schedule).
4. James E. Yost b. c. 1851 Pennsylvania.
5. Mary J. Yost b. Dec 1852 Pennsylvania m. 21 Sept 1870 Isaac S. Ball.
6. Stephen Yost b. c. 1855 Pennsylvania d. June 1859 age 5 of consumption, South Ottawa (1860 Fillmore County mortality schedule).
7. Emma M. Yost b. c. 1858 Illinois m. 13 Oct 1878 Clarence A. Cooper.
AlvahYoung b. c. 1822/26 New York/New Jersey m. Sarah Holdredge b. c. 1829 Wells daughter of Daniel Holdredge, Jr., and Azuba H. Beers. Enumerated 1850 census and 1860 censuses of Wells. Resided central Wells. Alvah Young, 2nd lieutenant Company D, 161st Regiment, wounded at Dunfries, Virginia, 11 Aug 1863 during Civil War. Alvah was enumerated in the city of Elmira, New York in 1870, marble agent, residing in the household of Allen and Cornelia Ayers. Sarah was Sarah Bartel in 1886 when her mother died and of Buffalo, New York. She is perhaps the Sarah Bartles wife of E. G. Bartles b. c. 1842 New York enumerated in Covington, Wyoming County, New York in 1880.
1. Holdredge Young b. c. 1851 Pennsylvania.
2. Amanda Young b. c. 1854 Pennsylvania.
Leander Young b. Sept 1828 New York, carpenter, was enumerated in Southport, Chemung County, New York in 1860. In the household was Susan Young b. c. 1836 New York, Louisa Young b. c. 1842, Joseph Young b. c. 1840, Squire Young b. c. 1854. Leander was enumerated in Wells in 1870, farm laborer, Jackson Young b. c. 1854 in same household, residing with Samuel and Susan Dilcamp. John Young, age 2, enumerated in next household in a Warner household. Sarah Young b. Apr 1870 also enumerated in Wells in a Still household. Leander was enumerated in Wells in 1880, farmer and single. Enumerated in Wells in 1900, farmer and single.
Joseph Young b. 1831 New York m. Sarah b. 1 May 1850. Sarah d. 30 Mar 1870 (ts). Joseph enumerated in Wells in 1880, farmer, John Young residing with him. Joseph d. 5 Sept 1894 63y 5m 22d (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery, Columbia Township.
John Young b. Oct 1867 m. 29 Oct 1892 at Pine City Hotel, Southport, Chemung County, New York, Frances Cuffman b. Oct 1874 of Aspinwall. Enumerated in Elmira, New York in 1900, shipping clerk, with two daughters in their household.
Squire J. Young b. Jan 1854 New York was enumerated in Columbia Township in 1870 in a Buchanan household, farm laborer. Squire m. Sarah Ferguson b. c. 1853 or 1854 (ts). Enumerated in Columbia Township in 1880, farmer. Sarah d. 1890 (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery, Columbia Township. Squire m. 29 Oct 1891 at the Pine City Hotel, Southport, Chemung County, New York, Anna Baxter of Aspinwall, Wells Township, b. Apr 1875 Pennsylvania, her parents natives of Scotland. Enumerated in Wells in 1900, farmer. In the 1900 directory, butter maker, dairy of 14 cows, farmer on shares for Jane Warner, 130 acres. In the 1907 Wells directory, farmer with 130 acres. Squire d. 1936 (ts) and Anna d. 1957 (ts) Baptist Hill Cemetery.
Children of Squire and first wife:
Jessie Young b. c. 1877.
Leander Young b. c. 1879.
Jay Young b. Nov 1881.
Joseph Young b. Feb 1886.
Children of Squire and Anna:
Harry Young b. Dec 1892.
Tracy Young b. Oct 1894.
Beatrice Young b. c. 1904.