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Family of the Child of Edward4 Washburn and Mary Prindle/Pringle

 

 

         Only one son of Edward Washburn and Mary Prindle or Pringle had a family that I have been able to trace, their sixth son, Hope Washburn. Abel Washburn, the youngest son, may have also had a family, but his children have not been traced. Hope Washburn settled first in what was the township of Westfield in Washington Co., NY, before moving north into Essex Co., NY. Their eldest daughter lived in Rutland Co., VT, but the rest of their children lived either in Washington, Essex, or Clinton Counties in north eastern New York. This is a work in progress, and I will add to it as more information is uncovered.

 

 

 

 

Hope2 Washburn

 

 

William3 Washburn

 

 

 

 

Mary2 Stiles

 

Edward4 Washburn

 

 

 

 

 

Edward1 Wooster

 

 

Hannah2 Wooster

 

 

 

 

Tabitha Tomlinson

Daniel Washburn

 

 

 

Eunice Washburn

 

 

 

Lemuel Washburn

 

 

 

Mary Washburn

 

 

 

Hope5 Washburn

 

 

 

Abel Washburn

 

 

 

 

 

 

William Prindle

 

 

John Prindle

 

 

 

 

Mary Desborough

 

Mary Prindle

 

 

 

 

Hannah Botsford

 

 

(892.) Hope5 Washburn, fourth son of (283) Edward4 Washburn, (93) William3, (51) Hope2, (30) William1; born in Derby, CT, on 1 Mar. 1750,[1] baptized on 15 Apr. 1750 in St. James’ Church, Derby,[2] married Tabitha Ward, possi­bly daughter of Uriah and Elizabeth Ward, of Tol­land Co., CT, in 1774 in St. James Episcopal Church, Great Barrington, MA.[3] She was born on 14 Oct. 1746 in Union, Tolland Co., CT.[4]

         Hope and Tabitha Washburn moved to Westfield [now Fort Ann], Washington Co., NY, in 1781,[5] where they probably settled in the Artillery Patent in Westfield twp, Washington Co., NY, near the Vermont border, before finally moving north to Essex Co., NY. On 4 June 1792 Hope Washburn, of Westfield, Washington Co., NY, purchased a parcel of land in the Artillery Patent in Washington County from Adiel Sherwood of Fort Edward, Esq., containing 86 acres for £86, 10s,[6] and on 12 Feb. 1795 he purchased another 100 acres of land in the Artillery Patent from Adiel Sherwood for £80.[7] On 25 Mar. 1800 Hope Washburn and Tabatha, his wife, of Westfield, Washington Co., sold to Stephen Porter, of Westfield, for $1250, a tract of land in the Artillery Patent in Westfield containing 126 acres, and the deed mentions 30 acres that he had already sold to Josiah Reynolds, and 331/3 acres that he had already sold on Winthrop Graham.[8] They were living in Westfield, Washington Co., NY, in the 1790 federal census,[9] and he was probably the Hope Washman who was enumerated across the border in Westhaven, Rutland Co., VT, in the 1800 federal census,[10] but he was not listed as a head of household in New York or Vermont in the 1810 federal census. There is no record of him purchasing land in Essex Co., NY, but he was listed as a head of household in Keene, Essex Co., NY, in the 1820 federal census, where he was a farmer.[11] He supposedly died in 1827 in Keene, Essex Co., NY,[12] but no probate records were filed for his estate in Essex Co., NY, and she supposedly died in 1849 in Keene, Essex Co., NY.[13]

         Hope Washburn and Tabitha Ward supposedly had chil­dren:[14]

        2335     i   Mary6 Washburn, born ca. 1774, probably in CT, supposedly married Cyrus Tomlinson.[15] They were living in Derby, New Haven Co., CT, in the 1800 federal census,[16] and in Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, in the 1810,[17] 1820,[18] and 1830 federal censuses,[19] where he was a farmer. He died on 29 Aug. 1830 or 1836 in Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, aged 72 years,[20] and she was probably living in Castleton, VT, with her son Cyrenes Tomlinson in the 1840 federal census. She died a widow on 8 Jan. 1848 in Castleton, VT, aged 74 years,[21] and she was buried in Congregational Cemetery in Castleton, VT. They had children:

a. Cyrenius Tomlinson, baptized on 26 Aug. 1792 in Derby, CT,[22] married Betsey (___), who was born ca. 1800 in CT.[23] They were living in Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, in the 1840,[24] and 1850 federal censuses, where he was a farmer, and his sister Maria Dennison was living with them,[25] and they were living with his sister Maria Dennison in Castleton, VT, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farm laborer.

b. Sally Tomlinson, born on 2 Oct. 1796 in Derby, CT,[26] married Julius Octavius Drake, son of Eli and Armitta (Buel) Drake,[27] on 6 Feb. 1816 in Castleton, VT.[28] He was born in 1795 in VT.[29] They were living next door to her brother Cyrenus Tomlinson in Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[30] He died on 1 June 1853 in Castleton Corners, Rutland Co., VT, aged 58 years,[31] and was buried in Hillside Cemetery in Castleton, VT. She was still living in Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, in the 1860 federal census, with the family of her son Francis A. Drake.[32] She supposedly died on 22 Jan. 1887.[33]

c. Philo Tomlinson, born in Oct. 1798 in Oxford, New Haven Co., CT,[34] married Sophia Woodward,[35] daughter of Jonathan and Mary Woodward.[36] She was born in Dec. 1798.[37] They were living in Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, in the 1840,[38] and 1850 federal censuses.[39] He died on 2 July 1860 in Castleton, VT, aged 62 years, 8 months, 18 days, of “consumption,”[40] and she died a widow on 19 May 1872 in Castleton, VT, aged 74 years, 5 months, 15 days, of cholera,[41] and they were both buried in Hillside Cemetery in Castleton, VT.

d. Maria Tomlinson, born ca. 1805 in VT,[42] married Stephen H. Denison on 9 Feb. 1826 in Castleton, VT.[43] They were living in Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, in the 1840 federal census.[44] He probably died by 1850. She was living with her brother Cyrenus Tomlinson in Castleton, VT, in the 1850 federal census, and her brother and his wife were living with her in Castleton, VT, in the 1860 federal census.[45]

e. Mariette Tomlinson, born ca. 1811 in Castleton, VT,[46] married 1.) Avery McArthur, son of Daniel and Nancy (Atherton) McArthur,[47] and they moved to Jackson Co., MI. He was born ca. 1813, and died in 1872 in Jackson, MI.[48] She returned to Vermont, and married 2.) Simeon Watts, son of John Watts,[49] as his second wife, on 14 Aug. 1873 in Poultney, VT.[50] He was born ca. 1809 in England,[51] and had married first to Charlotte Richardson, who died on 19 Oct. 1872 in Leoni, Jackson Co., MI, aged 63 years, 6 months, 23 days.[52] Simeon Watts died on 11 Sept. 1875 in Leoni, Jackson Co., MI, aged 68 years, 8 months,[53] and Mariette (Tomlinson) (McArthur) Watts died on 14 Apr. 1902 in Dowagiac, Cass Co., MI, “supposedly” aged 91 years,[54] and they were all buried in Mount Evergreen Cemetery in Jackson, MI.

f. (Probably others)

        2336    ii   Elizabeth6 Washburn, born supposedly on 16 Oct. 1777 in CT,[55] married Capt. Benjamin Cutter or Cutler, son of Nathaniel and Sarah (Wyman) Cutter, of Woburn, Middlesex Co., MA,[56] on 19 Mar. 1794.[57] He was born on 29 Apr. 1762 in Woburn, MA.[58] He was probably the Benjamin Cutler living in Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, in the 1810,[59] and 1820 federal censuses,[60] and the Benjamin Cutter living in Fort Ann, NY, in the 1825 state census,[61] and the 1830 federal census.[62] He served in the Revolutionary War, as a drummer and fifer in Capt. Benjamin Heywood’s Company. He died on 5 Mar. 1846 in Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY,[63] and she was still living in Fort Ann, NY, in the 1850, 1860, and 1870 federal censuses, with the family of their son John Cutter. She died on 9 June 1871 in Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, aged 95 years,[64] and they were both buried in Welch Hollow Cemetery in Fort Ann, NY. They supposedly had 11 children, including:

a. Daniel Cutter, born in 1794,[65] died on 8 June 1869 in Somerset, Niagara Co., NY, and was buried in West Somerset Cemetery in Somerset, NY.[66]

b. Sarah Cutter, born on 15 Apr. 1797 in NY,[67] married Samuel Boyce, son of John Boyce.[68] He was born in 1798 in NY.[69] They moved to Waterloo, Jackson Co., MI. She died on 3 July 1860 in Waterloo, Jackson Co., MI, aged 63 years, 2 months, 18 days,[70] and he died on 20 June 1875 in Waterloo, Jackson Co., MI, aged 77 years, 6 months, 11 days,[71] and they were both buried in North Waterloo Cemetery in Waterloo, MI.

c. Mary Cutter, born on 29 Nov. 1800 in NY, married Howard Bailey. He was born on 4 Apr. 1802 in NY.[72] They were living in Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, in the 1830,[73] 1840,[74] and 1850 federal censuses,[75] where he was a farmer, the 1860 federal census, where he was a millwright,[76] and the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer.[77] He died on 12 Sept. 1879 in Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, and was buried in Welch Hollow Cemetery in Fort Ann, NY.[78] She died on 1 June 1884 in Clinton Co., IA, and was buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Grand Mound, Clinton Co., IA.[79]

d. Benjamin Cutter (Jr.), born on 14 Sept. 1802 in NY,[80] died on 6 June 1822 in Fort Ann, NY, and was buried in Welch Hollow Cemetery in Fort Ann, NY.[81]

e. John Cutter, born on 14 Oct. 1809 in NY,[82] married Elizabeth Caroline Frost. She was born ca. 1816 in NY,[83] and they were living in Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, in the 1850,[84] 1860,[85] and 1870 federal censuses, where he was a farmer.[86] She died on 13 Feb. 1885 in Fort Ann, NY, aged 69 years,[87] and they were both buried in Welch Hollow Cemetery in Fort Ann, NY.

f. Elizabeth Cutter, born in 1812 in NY,[88] married Benjamin Rathbun.[89] They were probably living in Whitehall, Washington Co., NY, in the 1840 federal census, where he was a farmer.[90] She died on 10 May 1843 in Fort Ann, NY, and was buried in Welch Hollow Cemetery in Fort Ann, NY.[91]

g. (Supposedly 5 more children)

+      2337   iii   Edward6 Washburn, born ca. 1778 in VT,[92] married Patience Horton in ca. 1803,[93] probably in Vermont, and they moved to Jay, Essex Co., NY, before 1810. (To be continued in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

        2338   iv   Sarah Washburn, born say ca. 1780, possibly in VT, marriage not found.

+      2339    v   John6 Washburn, born in 1782 in Westfield, Washington Co., NY, married Jemima Horton in ca. 1803,[94] probably in Vermont, and they also moved to Jay, Essex Co., NY, before 1810. (To be continued in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

+      2340   vi   Abel6 Washburn, born on ca. 15 Sept. 1786,[95] probably in Washington Co., NY,[96] married Betsey Stickney in ca. 1809,[97] and also moved to Jay, Essex Co., NY, before 1810. (To be continued in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

+      2341  vii   Israel6 Washburn, born ca. 1787,[98] probably in Washington Co., NY, married Asenath Hurd in ca. 1812,[99] and they moved to Keene, Essex Co., NY, before 1820. (To be continued in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

        2342 viii   Phebe6 Washburn, born ca. 1791, probably in Washington Co., NY, married Deacon Reuben Davis in ca. 1814.[100] He was born supposedly on 23 Dec. 1782.[101] They were living in Keene, Essex Co., NY, in the 1820,[102] 1830,[103] and 1840 federal censuses,[104] and in North Elba, Essex Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a farmer.[105] He died on 28 Jan. 1855 in Keene, Essex Co., NY,[106] but no probate records were filed for his estate in Essex Co., NY. She was living with her sons Josephus and James Davis in Keene, NY, in the 1860 federal census, and with her son James W. Davis in Keene, NY, in the 1870 federal census. She died on 1 May 1871 in Keene, Essex Co., NY,[107] but no probate records were filed for her estate in Essex Co., NY, and they were both buried in the Pratt or Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY. They had children:[108]

a. Elisha Davis, born on 26 May 1815, died on 11 Jan. 1819 in Keene, NY.[109]

b. Lydia Davis, born supposedly on 24 Oct. 1819, marriage not found.

c. Eliza Ann Davis, born on 24 June 1820, died on 9 Sept. 1836 in Keene, NY.[110]

d. Reuben Davis (Jr.), born on 15 Aug. 1822, died on 4 Mar. 1825 in Keene, NY.[111]

e. Joseph B. Davis, born on 23 Nov. 1824, died on 26 Mar. 1827 in Keene, NY.[112]

f. Josephus Hope Davis, born on 12 Sept. 1826 in NY,[113] was still unmarried and living with his parents in North Elba, NY, in the 1850 federal census, and was presumably still unmarried and living in Keene, Essex Co., NY, in the 1860 federal census next door to Henry and Harriet Washbond, where he was a farmer, and his mother was living with him.[114] He married Rhoda (___) before 1870, and they were living in Keene, Essex Co., NY, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer.[115] He died on 25 Dec. 1898 in Keene, NY, and was also buried in the Pratt or Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY.[116]

g. Sarah Jane Davis, born supposedly on 15 Aug. 1828 in NY, was still unmarried and living with her parents in North Elba, NY, in the 1850 federal census, marriage not found.

h. James Whittemore Davis, born supposedly on 10 July 1830 in NY, was presumably still unmarried and living with his brother Josephus Davis in Keene, NY, in the 1860 federal census, and was still living in Keene, NY, in the 1870 federal census, where he was a farmer, and his mother was living with him.[117] He died on 30 Sept. 1906 in Keene, NY, aged 87 years, and was also buried in the Pratt or Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY.[118]

i. Nathan Davis, born on 6 Sept. 1833, died on 10 Jan. 1834 in Keene, NY.[119]

j. Reuben Davis (Jr.), born supposedly on 6 Oct. 1835 in NY, married Alice L. (___). She was born in Dec. 1844 in NY.[120] They were living in North Elba, Essex Co., NY, in the house of Milo Merrill, in the 1860 federal census, where he was a farmer,[121] and he served in Company C, 118th “Adirondack Regiment” in the Civil War.[122] He died intestate in 1864 in North Elba, Essex Co., NY,[123] and administration of his estate was granted to Milo Merrill, of North Elba, on 5 Mar. 1864.[124] She died on 15 Feb. 1889 in North Elba, NY,[125] and they were both buried in North Elba Cemetery in North Elba, NY.

        2343    x   Eunice Washburn, born say ca. 1795, died supposedly in 1804, probably in Washington Co., NY.

        2344    x   Rachel6 Washburn, born ca. 1797 in VT or NY,[126] married Seth Thomas, supposedly son of Jeremiah and Bathsheba (Cory) Thomas.[127] He was born ca. 1791 in RI.[128] He may have been the “Seath” Thomas living in Whitehall, Washington Co., NY, in the 1825 state census,[129] and the Seth Thomas living in Whitehall, NY, in the 1830 federal census.[130] There were several Seth Thomases living in Washington and Clinton Cos., NY, in the 1840 federal census, but they were living in Saranac, Clinton Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a millwright.[131] He supposedly died in 1859 in Saranac, Clinton Co., NY.[132] They supposedly had children:[133]

a. Hope Washburn Thomas, born on 1 Aug. 1820 in NY,[134] married Julia A. Hunter, daughter of Jonathan and Ruth (Otis) Hunter.[135] She was born on 14 July 1821 in NY.[136] They were living in Saranac, Clinton Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census, where he was a carpenter joiner,[137] the 1860 federal census, where he was a mill wright,[138] and the 1870 federal census, where no occupation was given for him.[139] He died on 21 June 1896 in Saranac, Clinton Co., NY,[140] and she died on 17 Apr. 1906 in Saranac, NY,[141] and they were both buried in Independence Cemetery in Saranac, NY.

b. Sidney Thomas

c. Phoebe Thomas

d. Sarah Ann Thomas, born ca. 1830 in NY,[142] was still unmarried and living with her parents in Saranac, Clinton Co., NY, in the 1850 federal census.

e. (Probably others)

+      2345   xi   William6 Washburn, born ca. 1799 in NY,[143] married Pamelia Darling in ca. 1823,[144] and they also moved to Essex Co., NY. (To be continued in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

+      2346  xii   Samuel6 Washburn, born ca. 1802 in VT or NY,[145] married 1.) Lydia Clifford in ca. 1823,[146] and 2.) Esther (Lamson) Weston, widow of Harvey Weston,[147] in ca. 1859, and they also lived in Essex Co., NY. (To be continued in Washburn Sixth Generation.)

 

 

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    [1] White, Lorraine Cook, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Derby 1655-1852, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, [hereinafter White, Barbour Index of Derby VRs], p. 310.

    [2] Jacobus, Donald Lines, “Records of St. James’s Church, Derby, Conn., 1740-1796,” The New England Historic Genealogical Register, Vol. 76, [April 1922], [hereinafter Jacobus, Derby Baptisms], p. 134.

    [3] Kelly, Arthur, Remarkable Records of Rev. Gideon Bostwick [CT, MA, NY & VT], Kinship Publications, 1989, item #3024.

    [4] Carbaugh, Marsha W., edited by Lorraine Cook White, The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, Union 1734-1850, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 2002, [hereinafter Carbaugh, Barbour Index of Union VRs], p. 125, taken from Vol. 2LR, p. 287, of the Union Town Records.

    [5] History of Fort Ann, NY, from http://www.rootsweb.com/~nywashin/ftann.htm on the Washington County GenWeb site.

    [6] Washington County Land Records, Vol. A, p. 341-342, acknowledged by Adiel Sherwood on 4 July 1792.

    [7] Washington County Land Records, Vol. B, p. 345, witnessed by Moses Harris and James Durkee, and acknowledged on 12 F3eb. 1795.

    [8] Washington County Land Records, Vol. D, p. 394, witnessed by John Scott and David Griffin, and acknowledged on 21 May 1800.

    [9] Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: New York, Bountiful, Utah, 1993, p. 193, Westfield Town, Washington County, the Hope Washburn household had 1 free white male aged 16 or older, 4 free white males under 16, and 4 free white females.

    [10] 1800 Federal Census, Westhaven, Rutland Co., VT, p. 91, the Hope Washman household had 2 males under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 2 males aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 3 females under 10, and 1 female aged 45 or over.

    [11] 1820 Federal Census, Keene, Essex Co., VT, p. 19, the Hope Washburn household had 2 males aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female aged 10-15 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over, including 2 persons engaged in agriculture.

    [12] Per the Ancestry.com Day Family Tree file submitted by Patrick Day.

    [13] Per the Ancestry.com Day Family Tree file submitted by Patrick Day.

    [14] Names and birth years were from the International Genealogical Index, which gives the birth places as Connecticut, but they are probably only estimates, and most of the children were not born in Connecticut.

    [15] Per the Ancestry.com Crump/Parker/Grampp/Joscher/Heede/Ochs Family tree submitted by AJoscher7504, however no marriage record was found for them, and her age at death does not match her supposed birth year.

    [16] 1800 Federal Census, Derby, New Haven Co., CT, p. 188, the Cyrus Tomlinson household had 2 males under 10, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 2 females under 10, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [17] 1810 Federal Census, Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, p. 241, the Cyrus Tomblison household had 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 2 females under 10, 2 females aged 10-15 years, and 1 female aged 26-44 years.

    [18] 1820 Federal Census, Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, p. 177, the Cyrus Tomlinson household had 1 male aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 16-25 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over, including 1 person engaged in agriculture.

    [19] 1830 Federal Census, Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, p. 206, the Cyrus Tomlinson household had 2 males aged 30-39 years, 1 male aged 60-69 years, 1 female aged 20-29 years, and 1 female aged 50-59 years.

    [20] Per the Ancestry.com Crump/Parker/Grampp/Joscher/Heede/Ochs Family tree submitted by AJoscher7504; Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #27711.

    [21] Per the Ancestry.com Crump/Parker/Grampp/Joscher/Heede/Ochs Family tree submitted by AJoscher7504; Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #27711; www.findagrave.com, memorial #9676593, from her gravestone in Congregational Cemetery in Castleton, VT, which gives the date as 8 Jan. 1845, but the year on the gravestone is clearly 1848, not 1845.

    [22] Jacobus, Derby Baptisms, p. 171.

    [23] Calculated from her age in the 1860 federal census.

    [24] 1840 Federal Census, Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, p. 6, the Cyrenes Tomlinson household had 1 male aged 40-49 years, 1 female aged 40-49 years, and 1 female aged 60-69 years, including 2 persons employed in agriculture.

    [25] 1850 Federal Census, Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, p. 204, dwelling #836, family #920:

            Cyrenus Tomlinson, 51, male, farmer, born CT

            Betsey Tomlinson, 49, female, $600, born CT

            Maria Dennison, 45, female, born VT

            Frederick Dennison, 11, male, born VT, attending school

    [26] Per the Ancestry.com Schrader Family Tree file submitted by Syke Scharder.

    [27] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #144861522.

    [28] Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #27535; per his www.findagrave.com memorial #144861522.

    [29] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #144861522.

    [30] 1850 Federal Census, Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, p. 204, dwelling #835, family #919:

            Julius Drake, 55, male, farmer, $2500, born VT

            Sally Drake, 55, female, born CT

            Cordelia Drake, 17, female, born VT

            Julia Drake, 13, female, born VT, attending school

            Francis Drake, 15, male, laborer, born VT, attending school

            William Drake, 8, male, born VT, attending school

            Hiram Dennison, 45, male, laborer, born VT

            Mary Dennison, 18, female, born VT, attending school           

    [31] www.findagrave.com, memorial #144861522, from his gravestone in Hillside Cemetery in Castleton, VT; the Ancestry.com Schrader Family Tree file submitted by Syke Scharder.

    [32] 1860 Federal Census, Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, Page No. 152, dwelling #1143, family #1212:

            Francis A. Drake, 25, male, farmer, born VT

            Mary Drake, 22, female, wife, born MI

            Emery Drake, 2, male, born MI

            Sally Drake, 64, female, widow, $1500, $150, born CT

            Wm H. Drake, 18, male, farm laborer, born VT

            Mary J. Beecher, 30, female, born VT

            Minervala Beecher, 6, female, born IL

            Laura Beecher, 1, female, born IL

    [33] Per the Ancestry.com Schrader Family Tree file submitted by Syke Scharder.

    [34] Calculated from his age at death, his birth place from his death record, but his birth was not recorded in the Barbour Index of Oxford VRs; per his www.findagrave.com memorial #145034371.

    [35] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #145034371.

    [36] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #145034375.

    [37] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #145034375.

    [38] 1840 Federal Census, Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, p. 6, the Philo Tomlinson household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 10-14 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, 1 female aged 10-14 years, and 1 female aged 40-49 years, including 2 persons employed in agriculture.

    [39] 1850 Federal Census, Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, p. 190, dwelling #686, family #718:

            Philo Thompson[sic], 52, male, farmer, $800, born VT

            Sophia Thompson[sic], 53, female, born CT

            Hale A. Thompson[sic], 14, male, born VT, attending school

            Albert Thompson[sic], 12, male, born VT, attending school

    [40] Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #27711, his parents Cyrus and Mary Tomlinson; www.findagrave.com, memorial #145034371, from his gravestone in Hillside Cemetery in Castleton, VT.

    [41] www.findagrave.com, memorial #145034375, from her gravestone in Hillside Cemetery in Castleton, VT.

    [42] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census.

    [43] Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #27711.

    [44] 1840 Federal Census, Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, p. 7, the Stephen Dennison household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 30-39 years, and 1 female aged 30-39 years, including 2 persons employed in agriculture.

    [45] 1860 Federal Census, Castleton, Rutland Co., VT, Page No. 152, dwelling #1142, family #1211:

            Maria Dennison, 55, female, domestic, $750, $500, born VT

            Frederick Dennison, 20, male, farmer, born VT

            Cyrenus Tomblinson, 66, male, farm laborer, born CT

            Betsey Tomblinson, 60, female, born CT

    [46] Calculated from her age at her marriage to Simeon Watts.

    [47] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #17879941.

    [48] www.findagrave.com, memorial #17879941, from his gravestone in Mount Evergreen Cemetery in Jackson, MI.

    [49] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #18753148.

    [50] Vermont Vital Records, 1760-1954, online database at www.FamilySearch.org, from FHL microfilm #540600, her name given as Mariette (Tomlinson) McArthur, aged 55 years, her birth place Castleton, VT, and her parents Cyrus Tomlinson and Mary Washburn.

    [51] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #18753148, calculated from his age at death.

    [52] www.findagrave.com, memorial #18753124, from her gravestone in Mount Evergreen Cemetery in Jackson, MI.

    [53] www.findagrave.com, memorial #18753148, from his gravestone in Mount Evergreen Cemetery in Jackson, MI.

    [54] www.findagrave.com, memorial #66645529, from her gravestone in Mount Evergreen Cemetery in Jackson, MI.

    [55] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #89018767, which gives her name as Elizabeth Washburn Cutter, although this birth date would make her pretty young to have married Capt. Benjamin Cutter in Mar. 1794, her birth place from the 1870 federal census.

    [56] Johnson, Edward F., Woburn Records of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, From 1640 to 1873, Woburn, MA, 1890, [hereinafter Woburn VRs], Vol. 3, p. 69, the marriage of Nathaniel Cutter and Sarah Wyman, both of Woburn, on 24 Oct. 1758 in Woburn.

    [57] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #11200469, although this marriage date would make Elizabeth Washburn pretty young if her birth date in Oct. 1777 is correct.

    [58] Woburn VRs, Vol. 1, p. 68; per his www.findagrave.com memorial #11200469.

    [59] 1810 Federal Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, p. 366, the Benjamin Cutler household had 3 males under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 2 females under 10, 1 female aged 10-15 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and 1 other free person.

    [60] 1820 Federal Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, p. ?, the Benjamin Cutler household had 2 males under 10, 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 16-18 years, 2 males aged 16-25 years, 1 male aged 45 or over, 1 female under 10, 1 female aged 16-25 years, 1 female aged 26-44 years, and 1 female aged 45 or over, including 3 persons engaged in agriculture.

    [61] 1825 State Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, p. 10, from “Abstract of the 1825 New York State Census of Washington County, New York,” Tree Talks, Dec. 1998, Central New York Genealogical Society, p. 26, the Benjamin Cutter household had 4 males and 4 females in the family, including 1 male qualified to vote, 1 unmarried female between 16 and 45 years, 1 unmarried female under 16, and 1 marriage which occurred “in the same family where such female married person resided during the year preceding.”

    [62] 1830 Federal Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, p. 318, the Benjamin Cutler household had 1 male aged 10-14 years, 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 20-29 years, 1 male aged 60-69 years, 1 female aged 20-29 years, 1 female aged 30-39 years, and 1 female aged 60-69 years.

    [63] www.findagrave.com, memorial #11200469, from his gravestone in Welch Hollow Cemetery in Fort Ann, NY.

    [64] www.findagrave.com, memorial #89018767, from her gravestone in Welch Hollow Cemetery in Fort Ann, NY; the Ancestry.com Crump/Parker/Grampp/Joscher/Heede/Ochs Family tree submitted by AJoscher7504.

    [65] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #125583106.

    [66] www.findagrave.com, memorial #125583106, from his gravestone in West Somerset Cemetery in Somerset, NY.

    [67] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #18831454.

    [68] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #18831443.

    [69] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #18831443.

    [70] www.findagrave.com, memorial #18831454, from her gravestone in North Waterloo Cemetery in Waterloo, MI.

    [71] www.findagrave.com, memorial #18831443, from his gravestone in North Waterloo Cemetery in Waterloo, MI.

    [72] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #75804775.

    [73] 1830 Federal Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, p. 318, the Howard Bailey household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 20-29 years [sic], 1 female aged 5-9 years, and 1 female aged 30-39 years.

    [74] 1840 Federal Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, p. 233, the Howard Bailey household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 5-9 years, 1 male aged 10-14 years, 1 male aged 20-29 years [sic], 1 female aged 5-9 years, and 1 female aged 30-39 years, including 1 person employed in agriculture.

    [75] 1850 Federal Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, p. 105, dwelling #578, family #578:

            Howard Bailey, 48, male, farmer, born NY

            Mary Bailey, 50, female, born NY

            Alanson H. Bailey, 22, male, farmer, born NY

            Orville C. Bailey, 19, male, famer, born NY

            Sarah A. Bailey, 18, female, born NY

            Leander Bailey, 13, male, born NY, attending school

            Nerval Cantoney, 8, male, born NY, attending school

    [76] 1860 Federal Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, Page No. 175, dwelling #261, family #261:

            Harden [sic] Bailey, 58, male, mill right, $12500, $1600, born NY

            Mary Bailey, 59, female, housekeeper, born NY

            Leander Bailey, 24, male, carpenter joiner, born NY

            Amelia Bailey, 11, female, born NY, attending school

            Orestus Verley, 10, male, born NY, attending school

    [77] 1870 Federal Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, Page No. 52, dwelling #387, family #443:

            Howard Bailey, 67, male, white, farmer, $4500, $500, born NY, a male citizen

            Mary Bailey, 69, female, white, keeping house, born NY

            Dwelling #386, family #442:

            Leander Bailey, 33, male, white, farmer, $1500, $1000, born NY, a male citizen

            Martha Bailey, 27, female, white, keeping house, born NY

            Norman Bailey, 7, male, white, born NY, attending school

            Verona Bailey, 6, female, white, born NY, attending school

            Mary Bailey, 3, female, white, born NY

            Almy Bailey, 1, female, white, born NY

    [78] www.findagrave.com, memorial #75804775, from his gravestone in Welch Hollow Cemetery in Fort Ann, NY.

    [79] www.findagrave.com, memorial #5796084, from her gravestone in Evergreen Cemetery in Grand Mound, IA.

    [80] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #89018934.

    [81] www.findagrave.com, memorial #89018934, from his gravestone in Welch Hollow Cemetery in Fort Ann, NY.

    [82] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #11200482, which gives his date of birth, but not his date of death.

    [83] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #11200496.

    [84] 1850 Federal Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, p. 102, dwelling #533, family #533:

            John Cutter, 42, male, farmer, $2000, born NY

            Elizabeth Cutter, 40, female, born NY

            Milton B. Cutter, 2, male, born NY

            John Cutter, 7/12, male, born NY

            Mary J. Campany, 17, female, born NY

            Elizabeth Cutter, 76, female, born NY

    [85] 1860 Federal Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, Page No. 178, dwelling #290, family #290:

            John Cutler, 50, male, farmer, $15,000, $1000, born NY

            Elizabeth C. Cutler, 43, female, housekeeper, born NY

            Milton B. Cutler, 12, male, born NY, attending school

            John J. Cutler, 10, male, born NY

            Byron A. Cutler, 8, male, born NY, attending school

            Mary E. Cutler, 5, female, born NY

            Elizabeth Cutler, 84, female, born NY

    [86] 1870 Federal Census, Fort Ann, Washington Co., NY, Page No. 44, dwelling #322, family #371:

            John Cutter, 60, male, white, farmer, $3500, $1500, born NY, a male citizen

            Elisabeth Cutter, 53, female, white, keeping house, born NY

            Milton Cutter, 21, male, white, born NY, a male citizen

            John Cutter, 20, male, white, born NY

            Byron Cutter, 18, male, white, born NY, attending school

            Mary A. Cutter, 15, female, white, born NY

            Elisabeth Cutter, 94, female, white, born CT

    [87] www.findagrave.com, memorial #11200496, from her gravestone in Welch Hollow Cemetery in Fort Ann, NY.

    [88] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #75828195.

    [89] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #75828195.

    [90] 1840 Federal Census, White Hall, Washington Co., NY, p. 245, the Benj. Rathbun household had 1 male aged 20-29 years, and 1 female aged 20-29 years, including 1 person employed in agriculture.

    [91] www.findagrave.com, memorial #75828195, from her gravestone in Welch Hollow Cemetery in Fort Ann, NY.

    [92] Calculated from his age and birth place in the 1850 federal census.

    [93] Calculated from the birth of their first child in 1804.

    [94] Calculated from the birth of their first child in 1804.

    [95] Calculated from his age at death.

    [96] Estimated from the age of his wife, who was born ca. 1787, and his marriage in ca. 1809.

    [97] Calculated from the birth of their first child in ca. 1810.

    [98] Calculated from his age at death.

    [99] Calculated from the birth of their first child in ca. 1812.

    [100] Calculated from the birth of their first child in 1815.

    [101] Per the Ancestry.com Nevin V Lewis file submitted by Padbo70 of Salsibury, NC.

    [102] 1820 federal Census, Keene, Essex Co., NY, p. 18, the Ruben Davis household had 1 male aged 10-15 years, 1 male aged 26-44 years, 2 females under 10, and 2 females aged 26-44 years, including 2 persons engaged in agriculture.

    [103] 1830 Federal Census, Keene, Essex Co., NY, p. 283, the Reuben Davis household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 15-19 years, 1 male aged 40-49 years, 1 female under 5, 2 females aged 10-14 years, 1 female aged 30-39 years, and 1 female aged 50-59 years.

    [104] 1840 Federal Census, Keene, Essex Co., NY, p. 66, the Reuben Davis household had 1 male aged 5-9 years, 2 males aged 10-14 years, 1 male aged 50-59 years, 1 female aged 10-14 years, 1 female aged 20-29 years, 1 female aged 40-49 years, and 1 female aged 80-89 years, including 3 persons employed in agriculture.

    [105] 1850 Federal Census, North Elba, Essex Co., NY, p. 179, dwelling #2563, family #2646:

            Reuben Davis, 67, male, farmer, $1000, born MA

            Phebe Davis, 59, female, born NY

            Josephus H. Davis, 24, male

            Sarah Davis, 22, female

            James Davis, 20, male

            Reuben Davis, 14, male, attending school

    [106] www.findagrave.com, memorial #143233827, from his gravestone in the Pratt aka Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY.

    [107] www.findagrave.com, memorial #143233839, from her gravestone in the Pratt aka Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY.

    [108] Per the Ancestry.com Nevin V Lewis file submitted by Padbo70, of Salisbury, NC.

    [109] www.findagrave.com, memorial #143234589, from his gravestone in the Pratt aka Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY.

    [110] www.findagrave.com, memorial #143234608, from her gravestone in the Pratt aka Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY.

    [111] www.findagrave.com, memorial #143234620, from his gravestone in the Pratt aka Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY.

    [112] www.findagrave.com, memorial #143234639, from his gravestone in the Pratt aka Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY.

    [113] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #143233882.

    [114] 1860 Federal Census, Keene, Essex Co., NY, Page No. 20, dwelling #159, family #161:

            J. H. Davis, 33, male, farmer, $800, $500, born NY

            James W. Davis, 29, male, farmer, born NY

            Phebe Davis, 69, female, born NY

            Olive Davis, 81, female, born NH

            Albert McKenyon, 12, male, born NY, attending school

    [115] 1870 Federal Census, Keene, Essex Co., NY, Page No. 12, dwelling #93, family #92:

            Josephus Davis, 45, male, farmer, $300, $225, born NY, a male citizen

            Rhoda Davis, 43, female, keeping house, born NY

            George Davis, 3, male, born NY

    [116] www.findagrave.com, memorial #143233882, from his gravestone in the Pratt aka Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY.

    [117] 1870 Federal Census, Keene, Essex Co., NY, Page No. 11, dwelling #82, family #81:

            James W. Davis, 39, male, farmer, $1000, $850, born NY, a male citizen

            Phebe Davis, 79, female, keeping house, born NY

            Gennett Rhoades, 28, female, house keeping, born NY

            Frank Nailor, 14, male, born NY, attending school

    [118] www.findagrave.com, memorial #143234359, from his gravestone in the Pratt aka Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY.

    [119] www.findagrave.com, memorial #143234661, from his gravestone in the Pratt aka Alstead Cemetery in Keene, NY.

    [120] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #122883455.

    [121] 1860 Federal Census, North Elba, Essex Co., NY, Page No. 26, dwelling #198, family #203:

            Milo Merrill, 32, male, farmer, $2400, $1000, born NY

            Emeline Merrill, 25, female, born OH

            Ellen A. Merrill, 5, female, born NY, attending school

            Dwelling #198, family #204:

            Julia Blick(?), 47, female, born NY

            Robert G. S. Blick(?), 13, male, born NY, attending school

            Amanda A. Blick(?), 8, female, born NY, attending school

            Arkin B. Blick(?), 6, male, born NY, attending school

            Dwelling #198, family #205:

            Reubin Davis, 24, male, farmer, born NY, married within the year

            Allen[sic] L. Davis, 17, female, born NY, married within the year

    [122] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #122883503.

    [123] www.findagrave.com, memorial #122883503, from his gravestone in North Elba Cemetery in North Elba, NY, but his findagrave memorial gives his date of death as 1969 [sic], and the year is unreadable on the picture of his gravestone.

    [124] Essex County Probate, Letters of Administration, Vol. B, p. 514, from FHL microfilm #0866337.

    [125] www.findagrave.com, memorial #122883455, from her gravestone in North Elba Cemetery in North Elba, NY.

    [126] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census, which gives her birth palce as Vermont.

    [127] Per the Ancestry.com Kimball Family Tree file submitted by kayzeebee39.

    [128] Calculated from his age and birth place in the 1850 federal census.

    [129] 1825 State Census, Whitehall, Washington Co., NY, p. 6, from “Abstract of the 1825 New York State Census of Washington County, New York,” Tree Talks, Dec. 1998, Central New York Genealogical Society, p. 88, the “Seath” Thomas household had 1 male and 2 females in the family, including 1 male aged between 18 and 45 subject to military duty, 1 male qualified to vote, 1 married female under the age of 45, and 1 unmarried female under the age of 16.

    [130] 1830 Federal Census, Whitehall, Washington Co., NY, p. 347, the Seth Thomas household had 1 male under 5, 1 male aged 30-39 years, 1 female under 5, 1 female aged 4-9 years, and 1 female aged 30-39 years.

    [131] 1850 Federal Census, Saranac, Clinton Co., NY, p. 28, dwelling #76, family #79:

            Seth Thomas, 59, male, millwright, born RI

            Rachel Thomas, 52, female, born VT

            Sarah A. Thomas, 20, female, born NY, attending school

    [132] Per the Ancestry.com Kimball Family Tree file submitted by kayzeebee39.

    [133] Per the Ancestry.com Lamkins Family Tree file submitted by dlkwoods.

    [134] Per his www.findagrave.com memorial #144847378.

    [135] Per the Ancestry.com Holecek/Hunder/Bland/Herman file submitted by teambland2.

    [136] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #144847432.

    [137] 1850 Federal Census, Town of Saranac, Clinton Co., NY, p. 25, dwelling #41, family #43:

            Washburn Thomas, 30, male, carpenter joiner, $900, born NY

            Julia Thomas, 29, female, born NY

            Jennette V. Thomas, 2, female, born NY

            Permelia Hunter, 21, female, born NY

    [138] 1860 Federal Census, Saranac, Clinton Co., NY, Page No. 119, dwelling #757, family #731:

            Washburn Tomas, 40, male, mill wright, $800, $300, born NY

            Julia Tomas, 39, female, born NY

            Janett Tomas, 11, female, born NY, attending school

            Margrett Tomas, 5, female, born NY, attending school

    [139] 1870 Federal Census, Saranac, Clinton Co., NY, Page No. 22-23, dwelling #162, family #162:

            Washington [sic] Thomas, 50, male, white, born NY, a male citizen

            Julia Thomas, 49, female, white, born NY

            Mariette, Thomas, 15, female, white, born NY, attending school

    [140] www.findagrave.com, memorial #144847378, from his gravestone in Independence Cemetery in Saranac, NY.

    [141] www.findagrave.com, memorial #144847432, from her gravestone in Independence Cemetery in Saranac, NY.

    [142] Calculated from her age in the 1850 federal census.

    [143] Calculated from his age in the 1870 federal census.

    [144] Calculated from the birth of their first child in ca. 1824.

    [145] Calculated from his age and birth place in the 1850 and 1870 federal censuses.

    [146] Calculated from the birth of their first child supposedly in 1824.

    [147] Per her www.findagrave.com memorial #67273606.