Apr - Jun 2005 Queries
Madison County, New York


Robert Riggs Tue Apr 5 17:25:09 2005
Hi! I am a descendant of Abishai (SABINE) UNDERWOOD and Elisha Alvord UNDERWOOD of New Woodstock area.. I am trying to find the parents of David Clark JOHNSON born about 1825 in Edinboro, Eire county PA. I think he may have some ties to New Woodstock. His daughter, Clara JOHNSON married John Wittenberger UNDERWOOD.


Kathy Beaudry Sun Apr 10 12:51:40 2005
I have an ancestor, Lydia (PAINE) BEEBE who I believe was buried in Lakewood Cemetery, in or near Chittenango in Madison County, in 1839. Can you tell me if this cemetery is still in operation, and if so, how I may contact someone there?
Thank you,
Kathy Beaudry, Arizona


James Jimenez Tue Apr 12 15:27:49 2005
I am looking for James and Sarah NORRIS. James was in the Civil War. I haven't found his unit yet.. I did find both in the 1870-80 censuses with their kids in Auburn NY and Fair Haven NY. In the 1887 directories I found the kids in Amsterdam NY, no parents. I am looking for any info you might have on Sarah and James if they ended up in Madison Co. 1881-87. I have checked every available online cemetery list for Cayuga county plus snail mailed a lot of them. James born 1841, Sarah born 1845 , first child born Auburn NY Mary A. 1868 #2 James Norris Jr 1872, Ellen 1874 , Sarah 1876, William 1878. Thanks Jim


Marilin Brown Thu Apr 14 20:10:07 2005
Have info on the CARD family, inc Joseph CARD m Electa WELLINGTON 16 Oct 1825 Nelson, Madison, NY. E-mail to Janet Lamb was returned undeliverable.


Judy Bogardus Fri Apr 15 08:22:50 2005
I have a record of Miranda HAYWARD, born in Cazenovia, Madison County, NY on 5 July 1804. I am looking for conformation of the birth and names of her parents. Thanks.


Cindy Stanton Fri Apr 15 08:55:22 2005
Seeking info on Melinda WICKWARE b. 1804 Madison Co. She married 1831, Benjamin WILBUR b. 1798. Possible children Mary, Sarah, Deborah, Benjamin, Albert. Is Mary also known as Nancy? Is Mary / Nancy the woman who married Atwell S. WINCHESTER in Lebanon in 1853? I have info on Nancy and Atwell WINCHESTER and descendants but can't prove her parents.
I am interested in any info on these families, thanks, Cindy


Corrine Banach Fri Apr 15 20:54:57 2005
I have found the surname BALDWIN starting in Orleans County Census 1865. With the names of Asa BALDWIN born 3/1815 son of J David BALDWIN, wife Louisa C. BOLTON born 1820 daughter of Anson BOLTON.
Children Mary born 1839, Romanzo E born 4/23/1848, David Brust born 12/1854 all of Madison.
I am finding BALDWINs, but only records of Asa and Louisa are in Perryville Cemetery for Infant son died 6/8/1848 age 6 weeks, 4 days, and Nancy A BALDWIN died 10/26/1851 age 7 years, 7 months, and 12 days.
Can you help me find any more information?
With this I could complete 7 generations of BALDWIN lines.
I also found a referance to BOUTON as a French name, all thought all information I have found is BOLTON it could have been altered at one time???!


Carol Perkins Sat Apr 16 14:04:47 2005
I am looking for information on Aaron BARKER who was born 1802 in NY. May possibly be the Aaron BARKER listed in the 1820 Madison Census. My Aaron BARKER married an Anna Mary (last name unknown) and had a daughter, Laura Jane. The family then moved to Warren County, NJ and had five more children. Hoping someone can help me out.


Joan Wakeman Mon Apr 18 15:12:00 2005
Looking for any information of Charles D. EASTMAN I found in a 1850 census. I am not sure of his father's name as it was unclear. (Arnosa ?) Charles D. is found in 1870 Livingston county, Odell, IL. married to Julia, any information on their marriage also would be very helpful. Thanks


linda farnam Fri Apr 22 15:11:53 2005
Hi, my husband's ggrandfather was Jonathan FARNAM married to Lorinda FRIMEMOOD and then Cecelia DURFLINGER in Iowa and Ill. I think he came from this county born 1822 to Jonathon and Martha FARNHAM. I have worked for years on this line without any success. If any reach. in this county could help me, I thank you so much in advance. Linda Farnam


Kelli Rice Sun Apr 24 23:21:51 2005
Looking for information on John Torrey RANGER b. 1800 and John Newton RANGER b. 1866. John T RANGER may have been buried in Hamilton abt 1865-70 and John N RANGER is believed to have been born in Hamilton


Anne Ruggeri Wed Apr 27 10:19:42 2005
I have located the following information on Raymond H. STAFFORD, but I am interested in locating his probate record, the location where he lived and passed away, information on his caregiver (last name may have been FAVARO) and anyone who might have known him or his caregiver's family. Any assistance and suggestions you can give me is appreciated. If anyone knows where I can locate a picture that would be great!
Anne Ruggeri
Brewerton, NY

Raymond STAFFORD Succumbs at 39; Syracuse Post Standard; June 2, 1963 page 35
Raymond H. STAFFORD, 39, of 7587 W. Seneca Turnpike, Manlius, died yesterday in a rest home at DeRuyter after a long illness.
A native of DeWitt, he attended Fayetteville High School and was a World War II veteran, having served with the Army Medical Corps. in the European Theater.
Mr. STAFFORD formerly was employed at a ranch in Montana.
Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Katherine Kirkpatrick of White Sulpher Springs, Mont.; his father, Harry E. STAFFORD of Manlius, with whom he resided, and his stepmother, Mrs. Dorothy STAFFORD of Manlius.
Private services will be at the convenience of the family Monday at Easton-Tubbs Funeral Home, 130 E. Geneses St., Fayetteville. The Rev. George L. Hammond will officiate. Burial will be in Manlius Cemetery.
There will be no calling hours. Friends may contribute to the Multiple Sclerosis Fund.

Name Birth Death residence benefit sent SS# Issued
Raymond STAFFORD 08 Apr 1924 Jun 1963 (not specified) (none specified) 067-18-7527 New York

Manlius Village Cemetery: (from Onondaga County Rootsweb)
STAFFORD, Donald (Lot 12, Sec. l, L) bur. Mar. 18, 1983, ae. 65. Vet WW II, formerly Manlius
STAFFORD, Hurley J. (Lot 13, Sec. 3, L) b. 1900 d. 1944, bur. Sep. 21, 1944, ae. 44-7-14
STAFFORD, Minnie M. (Lot 13, Sec. 3, L) b. 1882 d. 1945, vault Jan. 10, 1944, bur. Apr. 14, 1945, ae. 62-3-29
STAFFORD, Raymond H. (Lot 13, Sec. 3, L) bur. June 3, 1963, ae. 39, Vet.

World War II Honor roll, part III of III: (from Onondaga County Rootsweb)

STAFFORD, Raymond H. Fayetteville. (Town of Dewitt) Name appears on the Fayetteville Honor Roll. "Pvt. Ray Stafford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stafford of Dewitt Park, Fayetteville, is now stationed with the medical corps hospital at Pine Camp. Pvt. Stafford is the youngest soldier in his outfit, having just passed his 18th birthday," The Post-Standard, 7/17/1942. "Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stafford of Dewitt park, Fayetteville have received word that their son, Pvt. Ray (Jerry) Stafford has been awarded the bronze star for medical and surgical aid beyond the line of duty and under enemy fire. Stafford has been awarded the bronze star for medical and surgical aid beyond the line of duty and under enemy fire. Stafford has been overseas since December, 1942, with the 61st station hospital, serving in Africa, Sicily and Italy," The Post-Standard, 7/25/1945. "The following are scheduled to arrive in the States after service overseas, according to lists prepared by The Associated Press...On Abe Lincoln due in Newport News Nov. 17...Pvt. Raymond H. Stafford, Dewitt Park, Fayetteville," The Post-Standard, 11/19/1945.


Deb Fitzsimmons Thu Apr 28 23:58:53 2005
I am looking for the all the childrens' names of Charles O'HERIEN and Anna DOYLE, approx. late 1870's. I also need to know who Charles mother and father were and who Anna's mother and father were. Any help on the O'HERIEN or WILLIAMS side of the family would be helpful. Thanks


Debbie Davis Fri Apr 29 20:36:25 2005
I am looking for anything on Daniel and Olive BENDER. They are buried in Fyler Cemetery. I am in need of Daniel's parents names. Or if you have a number or name in which I can contact someone from the cemetery or church. Thanks.


Arlene Hollenbeck Sat Apr 30 10:25:14 2005
Following is part of my HOLLENBECK line; (Three brothers, Daniel (Sr.), Ezra and Edward and their families came from Herkimer Co, New York state about 1828 and settled in Chatauqua Co, NY traveling by ox teams. They have also been found in Madison Co where they apparently spent some years before moving on to Chatauqua Co.)

Adelbert Deloss HOLLENBECK son of Frank W. HOLLENBECK b. 1859 Elk Twp. Delaware Co. IA, d. unknown, vanished.
and Minnie Adlaid FERRY b. 1861 Pennsylvania, d. 11 Dec. 1947 (Daughter of Alonzo B FERRY b. 1815 Wyoming Co. PA d.2 Feb. 1898 Kingston Luzerne Co. PA and Catharine GARRISON b. 1818 Wyoming Co. PA, d. 21 Sept. 1901 Kingston Luzerne Co PA)
Frank W. HOLLENBECK son of William W. HOLLENBECK b. 1815 New York d. unkown, last living in 1885 in Washington township, Montgomery County, Iowa and Mary (Polly) CHURCHILL b. 1823 New York d. unknown, last living in 1885 in Washington township, Montgomery County, Iowa
William W. HOLLENBECK believed to be the son of Ezra HOLLENBECK b. 1791 New York, d. 19 Aug. 1882 Chatauqua Co. NY and Mary Ann WARREN b. Abt.1795 Massachusetts.


Barbara Hibbard Sullivan Mon May 2 21:59:46 2005
Sheffield Joel HIBBARD, born 1836 in Madison, NY or Brookfield, Madison, NY, according to old family records. He died on 7/2/1878 and was buried in Theresa, Jefferson Co., NY. I have only found a Sheffield J. HIBBARD born abt 1827 in Jefferson, NY, and that cannot be my Great Grandfather as his older brother, Eli S. was born about 1831 in Madison Co., NY. I verified that date on a census. The family came to Brookfield, Madison, NY in about 1801,2 or 3 from Westerly, Washington, Rhode Island. Sheffield Joel's father, Joel, was born on 8/31/1804 in Brookfield, Madison, NY. Sheffield Joel's first wife, Mary BARTRAM died 11 or 12/1859 and was buried in Theresa, NY. His second wife, Electa BARTRAM, born in 1839, in Jefferson, NY and died 11/8/1887 and buried in Brookfield, NY.


Jill Langley Tue May 10 08:57:34 2005
I have information that Marcus BAKER (born 1802 in Litchfield Conn) married Permelia SHERWIN in 1829 in Madison county NY. I am trying to locate related Madison county BAKER families, and/or trace Marcus BAKER's ancestors. Any information would be greatly appreciated!


Bonita Jewett Sat May 14 11:13:18 2005
Trying to find any proof of birth of James Martin COLSON, may be by first name of Martin, Merton or James Martin or James Mertin COLSON. Father Allen COLSON, mother Mary SHATTUCK, they were married in Madison Co, NY on 13 Mar 1818. James is my great grandfather.

Thanks for any information you may find on this birth.
Bonita Jewett


Q. G. Best Sat May 14 12:46:40 2005
I am looking for any info on Nettie Lavina VANCE who married James Leroy STEVENSON, lived in South Dakota and then moved to Madison Co, NY. Their children were Ida, Byron, Florence, Winniw, Lucille, Ralph, Ronald, Grace, Mildred, Jean, and Leah. Any info on any of these would be appreciated.


Bonita Jewett Sat May 14 13:03:49 2005
Im looking for proof of marriage for Allen COLSON and Mary SHATTUCK, married 13 Mar 1818, in or near Hamilton, Madison, NY
I need this to join DAR and I have to have some kind of proof, a copy, annoucement or newspaper record.
I hope you may be able to help me find a record.
Bonita Jewett


Bonita Jewett Sat May 14 13:39:58 2005
Looking for records of a adoption or taken to be raised by the Allen COLSON and Mary SHATTUCK family, a Harriett DICKERMAN I show her birth on 10 Jan 1835,in Hamilton, Madison, NY., this is same birth date of James Martin COLSON, whom is a child of the Allen COLSON family. I don't know if her birthdate is same as his or this is the day they took her into their family. She later married Lorenzo COLSON ( in Belividere, Illinois 10 April 1855) whom was a son of the Allen COLSON family.

Thanks for any information you may find on this record.
Bonita Jewett


Linda Simmons Merrill Sat May 14 14:15:07 2005
I am looking for the parents of my g-g-grandfather, John W. SIMMONS, born 1818 NY (1850 Genesee Township PA Census). Married Emiline EASTON, born NY 1828. I believe John was born in Madison County, NY. Early settlers in 1794 from RI to town of Madison with SIMMONS surname ... Deacon / Zarah (his son George) / Thomas / Benjamin (his sons Benjamin and Cornelius) / Gideon (cousin of Benjamin). I would like to know if any of these could be relatives of John W. SIMMONS.
Thank you.


harold wandle Sun May 15 19:08:44 2005
Searching for Jacob WENDLEY or Jacob WANDLE.


Rick Bart Sun May 15 21:10:05 2005
I'm seeking the ancestors of Ami PEASE. Not sure where he died.
1 Ami PEASE; b. 1791; d. Feb 18, 1869 in Madison, Chenango, or Schuyler Co, NY; m. 1812 as her first husband, Lucy BROWNELL; b. Jun 16, 1788; d. 1828. She was the daughter of Samuel BROWNELL; b. Jul 18, 1738 in Little Compton, Rhode Island; d. 1817, and his first wife, Ruth BRIGGS; b. 1746 in Little Compton. Children of Ami and Lucy (BROWNELL) PEASE:

1.1 Hannah b. 1814 d. 1831
1.2 Samuel Brownell; b. 1817 in NY; d. 1881; m. Emeline Childs; b. 1822 in NY. In the 1880 census, Samuel, Emeline and his three children were living in Hudson, MI. He was a retired farmer, and his son Walstein was traveling for a whip factory. Children of Samuel Brownell and Electa (Childs) Pease born in Hudson, Michigan:

1.2.1 Walstein C. b. 1846 d. aft 1880
1.2.2 Florence Adell Pease; b. Sep 06, 1856; m. Jan 11, 1882 in Hudson, Michigan, Charles Wilford Cleveland; b. Aug 14, 1854 in Madison, NY. He was the son of Samuel Gold and Abisha (Pease) Cleveland. Charles was a watchmaker and Jeweler in Madison (- 1872), Oneida, NY (1872-75), Peoria, Illinois (1875-1877), and Chicago, Illinois (1877-1895).
1.2.3 Mary A. b. 1860 d. aft 1880

1.3 Abisha Pease; b. Jun 25, 1821 in Waterloo, NY; m. Sep 03, 1844 in Waterloo, Samuel Gold Cleveland; b. Jun 20, 1821 in Madison, NY. He was the son of Erastus Cleveland; b. Jun 20, 1771 in Norwich, CT; d. Jan 27, 1857 in Madison, and Rebecca Berry; b. Aug 13, 1774; d. Mar 1861. Erastus and Rebecca were married Jan 08, 1795 in Southwick, MA.

1.4 William

Rick in Taunton, MA


Jody Tue May 24 10:49:14 2005
I am looking for relatives, people who remember or any source of records for the Peterboro Home {which was an orphanage}....My grandmother Mildred I RADLEY {DENNY} was in that orphanage with her brother Jay Irving RADLEY and another sibling,which I beleive was a younger sister.

Story goes.....My Grandmothers older siser"Rheta RADLEY" died in a fire at her home from lighting a Christmas tree candle while her mother was at her sisters house fetching a sled to take Rheta and her brother Jay to town.This was in the article that was written in the paper. Rheta died from burns sustatined from her injuries. Jay and Mildred along with a younger sister were placed in the "Peterboro Home" {orphange}. In 1927, my grandmother was adopted by John and Minnie ENGLAND and her name changed to Virginia ENGLAND as the adoption records show it is stated "the 3 aforemention children ordered to Peterboro Home". By reading this it seems to me there are 3 children placed back in the home....1 being Jay and 2 other siblings. I am searching for the 2 other siblings. From a story I hear was a girl who I am assuming from stories live now in Stockbridge possibly with the first name Laura.. If she is reading this or anyone heard a story from a woman that remembers she had a sister with the first initial "M" and married a man named William JONES "somewhere around Utica".

The information I need is very important as my grandomother was searching for her parents before she passed away and we found her biological parents after she had passed. Now we have pictures of her biological mother and father {Clara HALL / Norman RADLEY} and also information and pictures of Jay and pics as well. We are now trying to find the rest of our family which we are assuming is 2 siblings to complete the circle and be able to do what my Grandmother set out to do. We know the children were given up to the Peterboro Home. We know Jay ran away and moved to California and has since passed away. My grandmother was able to meet him before she passed. Now we are trying to find any possible way to find the remaining, being they are of higher age, time is getting slim. I am told I look just like my grandmother and somehow think if I just take a quick trip to Stockbridge I will know this woman when I see her just from looks, but I need more then that to say she is my grandmothers sister.

Anyone with information please contact me by email. If you request my phone numebr by email I will give it to you. Even if someone knows how I can obtain these names from the Peterboro adoption records it will be a start. Please help. Time has become so limited and I would like to see these 2 of my grandmothers siblings before they are no more.


Q.G. Best Wed May 25 22:47:34 2005
Looking for any info on James Leroy STEVENSON and wife, Nettie VANCE who lived in DeRuyter in 1930 census. Children were Ralph, Ronald, Grace, Mildred, Jean, and Leah. Would like to know dates and places of death, burial sites, and marriages.


Janet Walldroff Thu May 26 09:16:36 2005
I'm looking for information on John Willis ANGEL, born in Oneida, NY 1878, died June 1947. Married Bertha May ANDRESS, lived at Thousand Island Park, New York. Any information would be appricated


Lesley Ford-Ramirez Fri May 27 20:10:56 2005
I am trying to find information on my father's side of the family who lived in Solsville, New York. My grandfather's name was Arthur Jay FORD, my grandmother's name was Lila (maiden name RANSDALE). My father, now deceased had an older brother named Roy and a younger brother, who died at a young age. My grandfather was a dairy farmer who ultimately sold his dairy to Borden's. My father had a photo of a sign in front of a large dairy barn that said, "Windridge Farms Madison, New York," on the back of the photo was his father's name - maybe these are the new owners. Some of my father's relatives (I was told) own a rock quarry in the Solsville area. My father had relatives in Detroit, Michigan that were in the cosmetic business. His ancestors came from Stratford on Avon, England. Oh, yes, and his older brother's wife was named Ruth, who had a daughter named Hazel? If anyone has any information on this family please email me. I am trying to put together a family tree.


RAY HOCKRIDGE Mon May 30 12:09:19 2005
Tracing HOCKRIDGE family connections from 1800 to present.


RAY HOCKRIDGE Mon May 30 12:09:59 2005
Tracing HOCKRIDGE family connections from 1800 to present.


Ashley Murray Thu Jun 2 18:38:32 2005
I am looking for info on any or all of those last names. If you have any info please email me. I have to do my family tree and that info is very important. Marriages, Divorces, Deaths, Births. Immigration records, anything at all, let me know.


SHIRLEY VOZZELLO Sat Jun 4 20:56:54 2005
My gg grandfather John LEVI or Levi PEASE, in 1854 in Pike county, IL. On Nov. 30th of 1854 married Hester BARNES. I need help please


charles snell Sun Jun 5 07:25:17 2005
Grove HINMAN a great uncle lived in Madison, NY. He was a farmer and invested in real estate. He died in the 1950's. A robbery took place after his death.


Phil Lord Mon Jun 6 18:00:54 2005
Trying to get some background on A. R. CHAPIN of Earlville, a mechanic and repairman who made rifles from around 1845 to 1870 in Earlville. Looking for basic information like where was his home, his shop, any rifles in local museums or attics, that sort of thing. Not looking to buy (I inherited one of his rifles) just doing research. See for context.


Nancie in Texas Tue Jun 7 17:29:20 2005
There seems to be no person online doing volunteer look-ups for Madison County. Does anyone here have the resources to access burials records for cemeteries of Brookfield (Town/ship), likely burials are in North Brookfield.
I have several names and dates that I would like to find burials for; possibly photos of headstones for compensation of costs...???? Help???


Nina A Stirlen Tue Jun 7 20:51:25 2005
Samuel LAMPHIER b. 1798 m. Sobrina OAKLEY b 1800. Children born in NY were Aaron 1824, Reuben 1825, Henry 1829 and John 1830 believed to be from Sullivan, NY. Anyone else researching this family? They migrated to Henry County, OH. Thank you, Nina


Shana Thu Jun 9 20:32:47 2005
Searching for the parents of Oliver Perry CAMPBELL b 14 Sep 1819 in NY m Elizabeth WISE 1841 and d 1865. I have found him in Eaton, Madison, NY in the 1850 census called Perry H CAMPBELL with his wife. In the 1840 census I have found Adam CAMPBELL in Eaton, then in 1830 in Smithfield, 1820 Lenox (with a male of the correct age in the household) then in 1810 possibly the same guy in Frankfort, Herkimer, NY. Can anybody confirm that this is Oliver's father? In the 1850 census, living with Oliver and his family is a 17 year old named Edward PERRY which makes me suspicious Perry is his mother's maiden name.

Anybody recognize this guy?


chuck snell Mon Jun 13 04:38:32 2005
Last name could be HINMAN. Grove died around 1958. A wealthy farmer from Madison, N.Y. There was a robbery and it was reported that he lost several millions of dollars.


Kevin Staker
Kevin Staker Mon Jun 13 23:33:06 2005

Trying to determine names of parents of Ezekiel and Timothy WILSON born about 1808 and 1811 respectively


Pam Cain Fri Jun 17 15:27:54 2005
Trying to find birth/parents name and death/burrial information on Benjamin W DYER born 1797 in either New York or Vermont. His wife was Mahala/Mahalia DYER (Maiden name unknown). In the 1887-1888 Directories there address was 31 Mulberry in Oneida and 44 Lenox Ave. There oldest son Benjamin Nicholas DYER was a druggist at 23 main and estate at 35 Main. I have hit a brick wall so any information would be helpful.
Thanks, Pam


Donna Chambers Wed Jun 22 08:08:58 2005
Looking for information on John BRICK and his family. They arrived in New York in 1848. The childrens' names were Thomas BRICK, Mary BRICK, Ellen BRICK and his wife's name was Mary Ellen (FITZGERALD) BRICK. Settled in Cayuga County, New York.

Mary BRICK married my great grandfather, James MURPHY around 1849-50 in Weedsport or Auburn, NY. They both came from Ireland in 1848. James lived with his sister when he arrived but I don't know his sister's name. There first child (Katherine) was born in 1850-51 and after she was born they moved to Lenawee County, Michigan. I would appreciate any information on the BRICK family or the James MURPHY family. Please send me email.


Gail Boyer Swetman Sun Jun 26 16:40:13 2005
HELP! I am in need of any information on my Paternal Grandmother's line. Her name was Mary Serena JOHNSON. She was born in Aug. 1894 in Oneida. She married Clarence Edward BOYER. They were married in Oneida around 1916. Her parents were: John Lester JOHNSON and Rose Serena DICK. I think both of them were born in Madison County. I believe John was born abt. 1865 and Rose abt. 1871. I believe they married somewhere around 1889-1890.

They also had other chidren named: Blanche, Earl, Leo, and Joseph. I believe that Rose DICK's parents were: Jacob DICK born Dec. 1836 and Serena (?) born Jul of 1833. They are listed in the 1900 Fed. Census/NY/Madison/Onieda/Dist.27. They were both born in Germany and all their parents were born in Germany as well. Jacob lists that he immigrated in 1837, which would have made him 1 yrs old. Serena lists that she immigrated in 1844, but I don't know her surname. It also says that Serena had 6 children, but only 3 were living at the time the census was taken. I would love to know the names of the kids.

I found a possible match for John L. JOHNSON's parents as he states on the census that his father was from England. I found a perfect match with his age in an 1870 NY/Madison/Oneida/Utica/Ward 8 with the family of John JOHNSON from England, wife Mary (?) (name of my grandmother!), and children: Alfred, William, John (Possibly my great grandfather), Grace, Minnie, Rosana, and Cornelia JOHNSON. I just need help to verify that my hunch is right! I have found no other people online that is searching this family.

Toward the end of their lives, my great grandparents: John JOHNSON and Rose Serena (DICK) moved to Syracuse, Onandaga, NY. I'm still trying to find out where they are buried?! I was not raised around my father's family growing up, and that's why I didn't know any of these people. But, as luck would have it, of course, I'm the only one doing the genealogy!

Anyone out there kind enough to help me or do any acts of genealogy kindness would surely get a brownie point in heaven. Heehee. Thanks in advance to those that help us out-of-stater's get going on our family tree's!
Gail Boyer SWetman


Laura Stokstad Thu Jun 30 08:36:46 2005
I would like information about my great-grandparents families. Francis E. TRUAX, b. 1822, raised in Oneida and Madison County, and Laura Bennett Clemence TRUAX, b. 1833, Herkimer County. They married in April 1868, in Durhamville and moved to Jefferson County, WI. Francis first wife was Mary HOUSE and first husband of Laura was Henry CLEMENCE. Parents were Hendrick (Henry) and Louise Hogle TRUAX and ?Asa and ?Melinda (PULLMAN) BENNETT. I need information about parents, siblings, and spouses.

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