Apr - Jun 2003 Queries
Madison County, New York


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PERKINS - MURPHY - RANDALL

doris kelly perkins Sat Apr 5 09:49:28 2003
hi, i am looking for information on the PERKINS family, Sherman PERKINS Sr. married to Eleanor MURPHY, Sherman was born in Stockbridge, n.Y. and Eleanor was born in Clockville, NY., don't know Sherman's parents, would like to find them and information on them , Eleanor's parents were Emma (RANDALL) MURPHY, married to Henry MURPHY, both parents born in Perryville, NY. Eleanor had a sister, named Mary (MURPHY) PECK, and a brother named Charles MURPHY, last known to be in the Vernon area.

Children of Sherman Sr and Eleanor PERKINS are;
Clarence, Bessie; married to Hank VAN PATTEN,car; married to Millard BURLESON, Elsie; married to Bud McCUMBER, Harold married to Sylvia, George, killed in 1944, Mary married twice , first to DARKANGLEO, then O'HERIEN, Lyle, married to Ethel CLARKE, Francis, married to Bob KING, Sherman Jr. married to Evie JAMES, Otto married to Doris KELLY, Peter, married to Bertha. mostly all of the kids lived in and around Oneida area.
Can anyone help in this family, thanks and email me direct, perkinsturf@cs.com


ANDREWS

Sue Bate Tue Apr 8 13:50:50 2003
Florian George ANDREWS born in Madison Co., NY in the mid-1870s. His family lived in Eaton or West Eaton. I am looking for a record of his birth and any information about his family.


EVERETT - BARNETT

terry everett Tue Apr 8 14:38:45 2003
Looking for information on Mabel (BARNETT) EVERETT and Albert George EVERETT (from England), name changed to Everett Edward EVERETT. Albert arrived in 1905 from England. Mabel was the oldest of several children. Believe Mabel's father's name was Charles BARNETT. Mabel had a nephew named "Tommy" that died (received a purple heart) in World War II. Albert EVERETT was a horse trader/trainer. They later moved to Missouri. Thanks.


MILLER

Marilyn Miller Dixon Tue Apr 8 18:03:41 2003
I am trying to locate any information on my experience with polio in 1943. My name at that time was Marilyn Joyce MILLER. I attended the Brookfield Elementary School and was 6 years old. My parents were Clarence and Ethel MILLER and we lived on a farm just outside Brookfield. I came down with polio along with 2 other sisters and a brother. I had to be placed in a hospital in Utica then to Springfield, Massachusetts for a period of time. At the time I was in Utica there was an article with my picture in the hospital in a Utica news paper. I don't know the hospital name or the newspaper. If anyone has any information and can also find a copy of the article I would appreciate it. Thank you. Marilyn


SIMMONS

Duane Boggs Thu Apr 10 15:04:54 2003
Charles Lee SIMMONS (a/k/a Charles L. SIMMONS, Charles SIMMONS and C. L. SIMMONS) was born in 1777 to Gideon and Patience (ELLIS) SIMMONS in Little Compton, Newport County, Rhode Island but moved to Madison County with his family (at some unknown date prior to 1810).

In the 1810 census, it appears that Charles had a wife and three children, two sons (both under 16) and a daughter (presumably under 16), so the three might have been born ca. 1805, 1807 and 1809.

By the 1850 census, Charles and wife Susannah are alone in their household. I have not been able to verify if they might have had more children between 1810 and 1820, but it seems likely.
Does anyone know the names of any one or more of the children of Charles? My current theory is that he had a daughter named Maria born in September 1807 and that his wife Susannah might have been Susannah MANCHESTER, daughter of Job and Zilpha (WOODMAN) MANCHESTER, born about 1785. Can anyone shed any light on this family? Please contact me at duaneaboggs@hotmail.com. Thanks.


BEARD - CRICHTON - DE MEZA - GARLOCK

Chuck Friday Wed Apr 16 19:13:23 2003
I am trying to find out information about 4 19th century paper mills that were located in Chittenango, NY. The owners (in 1885) were Henry L. BEARD (Central New York Mill), A. CRICHTON, H. DE MEZA and O & H GARLOCK.
I am conducting research on 19th century straw wrapping paper mills, and I believe information about these mills may be useful.

Chuck Friday
51 South Clement Avenue
Ravena, NY 12143
518-756-6523


CLARK

Fred Clark Fri Apr 18 18:13:20 2003
Looking for information on James and Submit CLARK. Lived in Madison county from late 1700's to 1813 and 1856 respective. Buried in Tog Hill Cemetery


MADISON

JUNE TUTTLE Tue May 6 18:49:21 2003
Searching for information: Madison County named after Pres. James MADISON, did he ever visit here, travel thru Madison and Chenango at any time in his life? Am writing a sketch about MADISON. Any info appreciated. Thanks, June


HICKS

Stephen Frye Fri May 9 20:56:17 2003
I am searching for family information on Joshua HICKS. He is buried at Fenner in the Wilson Cemetery. He is a Rev War vet with the Dutchess County Militia; Brinkerhoff's Regiment from the Fishkill area.


DANNALS

James McCartney Mon May 12 13:50:22 2003
We are interested in confirming the descendants and ancestors of the following Madison County DANNALS; Aaron, Alford, Elijah (died 1852, Payne Cemetery), George, Jacob, Jerusha, Mary, Reuben (died 1823, Payne Cemetery). We hope to identify any association with the following Monroe County DANNALS; Israel, Richard M. (died 1890), Harry P., John, Jacob, Richard (died 1854 in Brooklyn, buried Mt. Hope), Richard (died 1854 in Steuben County, buried Mt. Hope), Jacob Y., (buried 1850 Mt Hope), Susan, John (buried 1854 Mt. Hope)


DREW

Bill Drew Tue May 13 18:03:18 2003
I am looking for any information on Lorenzo DREW and his ancestors. I am his direct descendant. He was born around 1828 and died in 1907 in Ithaca. He may have served in the Civil War. His last address for Georgetown was from the 1868-69 Gazeteer & Business Directory of Madison County:
Drew, Lorenzo (Georgetown) lot 140 hop-grower and farmer.

This is what I have from census records: 1880 Census:
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Lorenzo DREW Self M Male W 52 NY Farm Laborer NY NY
Ametta L. DREW Dau S Female MU 17 NY At Home MA NY
Francis D. DREW Son S Male MU 14 NY At School NY NY
William D. DREW Son S Male MU 10 NY At School NY NY
Mary MARTIN Other M Female W 49 NY House Keeper NY RI
William ROBISON Other S Male W 20 PA Farm Laborer NY NJ

1860 U. S. Census: State: NY Year: 1860 County: Madison County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule Township: Georgetown Page: 311 Database: NY 1860 Federal Census Index
1850 US Census: State: NY Year: 1850 County: Madison County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule Township: Georgetown Page: 391 Database: NY 1850 Federal Census Index
Georgetown, Madison County
Name age sex profession value of realestate if owned
Lorenzo Drew 27 M Farmer $1300
Edward Jr. 64 M
Asenith M 53 F
Samantha M 21 F
Emiline M 20 F
Edgar A 16 M
Theodore A 12 M
Louisa Fry 21 F


CURTIS

bob jacobson Wed May 21 13:30:42 2003
My great grandfather John CURTIS and his parents William CURTIS and Charlotte (GIBBS) CURTIS immigrated into Madison County from England in 1828. John eventually settled in Iowa but his parents remained in New York. John married Ruby Ann HARRIS from Madison County. I am seeking any information about where in the county they settled, where are the parents buried, etc. If you can not provide these answers, perhaps you might refer me to someone who might be able to help me--perhaps even to some distant relation in your area.


HAYWOOD - HILL - KINCH - LEWIS

Toni McCarthy Tue May 27 12:59:58 2003
Lokking for dates and places of birth,death and marriages of Moselle (HAYWOOD) LEWIS (George H.), Anna (HAYWOOD) KINCH (D.C.) I believe they left NY State (Baldwinsville-Haywood Wagon Works) and went to Mich.
Also looking for info on H.W. HILL who married Mary HAYWOOD -- only daughter of William.
Thanks for helping. Toni


HOLLENBECK

Christy Hollenbeck Wed May 28 19:29:07 2003
I am looking for any information on the surname HOLLENBECK. Daniel HOLLENBECK Sr married Phebe LOUNSBURY in Madison Co in 1815. Their son Daniel Jr was born in Madison Co in 1831. Would love a lookup for any records of marriage or birth.
Please email me. TIA!!!!


LAWRENCE - ELLIOT

Carolyn Bayer Thu May 29 10:41:38 2003
I am looking for any information on Benjamin LAWRENCE born circa 1780 or 1781 in Lenox, Mass. ? and his wife Lois ELLIOT. Benjamin may have lived in Madison County in 1809. Is Erastus his son? Erastus and his wife are buried in Lenox Rural Cemetery. I know that Abram (Abraham) born 1819 in Madison County is his son. My grandfather Ambrose LAWRENCE was b. 1823 and his death certificate says he was born in Lenox on April 8, 1823. My grandmother mentioned Erastus and Abraham as her uncles. Benjamin and Lois moved to Warren County in 1844 and are buried in Rice Cemetery, Saratoga County, NY.
Any information appreciated and I would be glad to share.
Thanks, mabayer@borg.com


KELLOGG

George Allchin Sat May 31 15:41:30 2003
My gg grandfather was George(?) KELLOGG. He was married to Letticia PERRY. They lived near Georgetown between 1860-1887. Other than that I don't know any thing about them.
I would love to know more. Can anyone help me?
George Allchin


NEAR - LOUNSBERRY

Bud Neer Sun Jun 1 16:37:21 2003
Am at a brickwall. am trying to find the possible marriage date and location of my gggrandparents John C. NEAR and Tammison (Tammy) LOUNSBERRY. They were supposedly married in 1817 where I have no idea. Their 1st child Caroline was supposedly born in Smithfield/Peterboro in 1818 and their 2nd child William F. NEAR in Smithfield in 1820? his obit said he was born in Scuaudo but have been told there isn't any such place. John had at least 2 cousins also named John, This where the confusion comes in, His cousins Johns were from Frenchville, also had a cousin Caspar (Jaspar) in Lenox. John C.'s father Conrad NEAR lived in Lenox and also owned land on the Onieda Reservation moving there from Stone Arabia. John C.'s location from at least 1810 to 1833 when he showed up in Chautauqua county is a mystery. Any help is appreciated


PURDY

Judy Krisko Tue Jun 3 15:31:38 2003
PURDY - Have "Memorial Document" for "Jeremiah PURDY, who died June 16, 1842 aged 81, and 14 days, Hamilton, Madison Co, NY." Will forward copy to anyone interested.


KINGSLEY

Evonne Stevenson Wed Jun 4 12:55:10 2003
I am looking for any imformation on William KINGSLEY who was married to Julia A. HAMMOND. They lived in several locations in Madison Co. Unfortunately I have uncovered very little information. They had a son Franklin Hammond KINGSLEY & a daughter Named Mae.
Thank you, evonne


POUND

Dorothy ODonnell Wed Jun 4 23:33:55 2003
Searching for birth certificate for: Rose Ellen POUND b 29 Mar 1883 father Patrick POUND mother Mary HALPIN, Born in Canastota, Madison County, NY


TRAVIS - MOORE

Mary Jane Sun Jun 8 10:26:37 2003
Looking for information on TRAVIS family and Wade MOORE family from Rochester New York.


LEFLER

Bob Lefler Mon Jun 9 18:33:21 2003
My ggrand uncle was Benjamin LEFLER / LEFFLER. We are looking for his grave and his possible wife's family. His obit (He died on June 11,1869, in NYC) stated that his remains were shipped to Oneida, NY, and directed Oneida newspapers to take note. However, since his family (LEFLERs) did not come from anywhere in the area, this is strange and leads me to rationalize that perhaps his possible wife whom we know only as Franziska LEFLER, and who died in August of 1870, may have come from Oneida. They may have been married here or in NYC in the 1840s or 1850s.

Uncle Ben was a dentist. Could he have received such training in the area during the 1840s? (He had been orphaned at a young age in the Elmira area.)
Bob Lefler


INGERHAM

Carol Tue Jun 24 17:24:55 2003
This is my great-grandmother. She was born on June 30, 1859 or 60 in Madison County, N.Y. She married Charles PALMER in Michigan. Anyone who thinks they know of this family please reply. I have been told she may have been Native American. Thanks!


VAN SLYKE

John Hyder Thu Jun 26 16:27:10 2003
Need infomation on Garret & George VAN SLYKE, brothers, both were in the revolutionary war. According to Tuttle files Garret was one of the original first ten settlers of Sullivan. Garret was said to have a son John m Lydia MEBIE, Lydia was b 1793 d Sept 17, 1852 buried at Clockville. John had a son David VAN SLYKE b 1812 wife Mary (Polly) b. 1825 Ch Jacob 1845, George 1846, William 1847, David jr. 1849.
Need any information avaiable on this family.


CULVER - HASKELL - KNAPP

Penny Culver Mon Jun 30 10:09:16 2003
Still searching for the parents of Horace CULVER born 1816 in Vernon and moved from Lenox to Ohio in 1833. He married in Ohio Mary Knapp (HASKELL) born Mina, NY, the daughter of Capt. George HASKELL and Eliza (KNAPP) HASKELL. Was Silas CULVER (Leyden, 1800, Vernon 1814) his father? Who was Silas CULVER's wife? When did Silas CULVER die? Are there known children of Silas?


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