GENEALOGY Of East Hampton Families

BAKER FAMILY

John Baker, late of Amagansett, deceased, contributed material completing the genealogy of his family from Thomas (1) the first settler in East-Hampton, which was published in 1850. Jonathan Baker, Esq., Superintendent of Suffolk County Almshouse, has traced his family line to the same Thomas (1). The following is the substance of their contributions: A memorandum in an old book made by Nathaniel Baker (2) states that his father and mother came out of England in 1639, before they were married. They were married June 20th, 1643. His wife's name was Alice and she died Feb. 4th, 1708, in the 88th year of her age. We know that this Alice was daughter of Ralph Dayton, another founder of the town of East-Hampton. Her grave stone is in the Amagansett burial ground. They had four children. Hannah (2) born June 26, 1650; Thomas (2) b. July 26, 1654; Nathaniel (2) b. Dec. 22, 1655 and Abigail (2). For convenience I run the line down thus:
THOMAS, (1) b. (???) d. April 30th, 1700, 82.
NATHANIEL, (2) b. Dec. 22d. 1655, d. Feb. 27th, 1739, 84.
DANIEL, (3) b. August 1st, 1692, d. (???) 1740, 48.
DANIEL, (4) b. (???) d. January 17th, 1753, --
NATHANIEL, (5) (???) d. March 19th, 1828, 84.
ANANIAS, (6) b. August 27th, 1768, d. April 16th, 1843, 75.
JOHN, (7) b. May 1st, 1809, d. April 24th, 1882, 81.
JOHN BAKER 7 had w. Phebe, dau. of Henry Chatfield, and they had ch. Margaret E. b. July 18th, 1829, who m. Wm. H. Strong; and Rebecca M. b. Jan. 22d, 1832, who m. Benjamin C Tuthill.
NATHANIEL 2. b. 22d Dec. 6, 1655, d. 27th Feb. 1739, had w. Catharine, and they had ch. Jonathan, b. 12th Feb. 1679, d. 4th March, 1748; Joanna 3, b. 7th July, 1651: Abigail 3, born 15th March, 1682: Henry 3, b. April 16th, 1686, d. in 2 weeks; Catharine 3, b. April 4th, 1687; Mary, b. 21st Nov. 1689? Daniel 3, b. Aug. 21st, 1692; Hannah 3, b. 26th Jan. 1694. Joanna 3, m. Joseph Ogden, of Elizabethtown, N. J. Abigail 3 m. Daniel Hedges of Sagg in 1702-3. Catharine 3 m. (???) Mulford. Mary 3 m. (???) Woodruff. Hannah 3 m. Samuel Paraons. Daniel 3 m. Abigail Osborn.
DANIEL 3 and w. Abigail had ch. Daniel 4, Abraham 4, Nathaniel 4, Henry 4, Elizabeth 4, Catharine 4, and Abigail 4. Elizabeth 4 m. Jeremiah Stratton.
DANIEL 4 had w. Mary Osborn 1st and 2d Mary wid. of Jeremiah Conkling; had by 1st w. ch. Nathaniel 5, Elizabeth 5 and Polly 5; by 2d w. had Abigail 5, who m. John Davis. Elizabeth 5 m. Abraham. Edwards of East-Hampton and d. in 1815 in 68th year of her age. Polly 5 m. Sineus Dibble. An old account book, formerly of Thos. J. Mulford, dec'd, contains this record: "East-Hampton, January 17th, 1753. At the south side, in coming to the shore in a whale boat, was drowned in the surf, these three men here namely: Jacob Schellenger, Daniel Baker and Dick. The night before Daniel Baker was drowned, his wife dreamed the tide rose so high that it came up to the house, burst open the door, and brought in a coffin. She requested him not to go off a whaling that day; she said she was afraid some accident would happen. He replied, he thought he would go that day, but would not go any more."
NATHANIEL Baker 5, son of Daniel 4, had w. Esther Osborn and son Nathaniel 6; had 2d w. Abigail Conkling and they had ch. Daniel 6, b. Feb. 3d, 1767, d. April 2d, 1847, 80; Ananias 6 b. Aug. 27, 1768, d. April 16, 1843, 74; Mary 6 b. Jan. 13th, 1771, d. March 27th, 1788, 17; Esther 6, b. May 11th, 1773; Abigail 6, b. March 15th, 1775, d. Sept. 22d, 1792, 17; Catharine 6, b. March 30th, 1777, d. Sept. 2d, 1842, 65; Hannah 6, b. April 22d, 1779; Henry 6, b. July 29th, 1781, d. Nov. 16th, 1833, 52; Sophia 6, b. April 26th, 1784; Elizabeth 6, b. July 20th, 1786. Esther 6 m. Henry Conkling of Amagansett. Catharine 6 m. Isaac Barnes of the same place. Hannah 6 m. Jason Sandford of Water Mill. Sophia 6 m. Joseph Glover of Southold. Elizabeth 6 m. Uriah Miller of East-Hampton. Daniel 6 m. 1st Polly Derby and 2d Mercy Loper. Henry 6 m. Betsey Hand, dau. of Jacob Hand.
ANANIAS 6, b. Aug. 27th, 1768, had w. Hannah Conkling, dau. Edward Conkling and they had ch. Jeremiah 7, b. Sept. 4th, 1796, d. Sept. 22d, 1826, 30; John 7, b. May 1st, 1800, d. April 24th, 1882, 81; Fanny 7, b. Feb. 25th, 1803, who m. David Barnes of East-Hampton; Lueretia 7. b. Aug. 27th, 1805, d. Oct. 13th, 1811, 6; George L. b. April 6th, 1808, d. Feb. 27th, 1878, 69. The wife of Jeremiah 7, Phebe. became the w. of John 7.
GEORGE L. 7 b. April 6th, 1808, had w. Caroline and ch. Jeremiah 8, b. Dec. 23d, 1834; William T. 8 b. March 22d, 1846.
JEREMIAH 8, b. Dec. 23d, 1834, had w. Amanda D. dau. of Sylvanus Edwards and they have ch. George S. 9 b. Aug, 2d, 1861 and Maristta T. 9 b. Feb. 14th, 1867, who m. Chas. W. Rackett, Jr., and they have dau. Maud B. Rackett 10, b. Aug. 24th, 1891.
GEORGE S. 9 b. Aug. 23d, 1861, m. Nettie, dau. of Nathl. Edwards and they have dau. Ruth 10, b. May 23d, 1892.
WILLIAM T. 8, b. March 22d, 1846, had w. Althea B. dau. of Isaac B. Edwards, of Amagansett, and they have ch. J. Whitman 9, b. Feb. 2d, 1873; Nathaniel T. 9, b. July 13th, 1875; Caroline M. 9, b. July 15th, 1878; Ethel M. 9, b. April 1st, 1882.
JONATHAN 3, b. Feb. 12th, 1679, son of Nathaniel 2, had w. Hannah, and they had ch. David 4; Jonathan 4, b. May 22d, 1704, d. Jan. 14th, 1777, and Jacob 4, who went to Elizabethtown, N. J., and was there in 1748.
JONATHAN 4, b. May 22d, 1704, had w. Mary Talmage, b. Dec. 22d, 1706, d. June 4th, 1781, and they had ch. David 5, b. Aug. 22d, 1733, d. Nov. 3d, 1786: Jonathan 5, b. Oct. 31st, 1734; Mary 5, b. Feb. 20th, 1739; Hannah 5, b. July 27th, 1740; Thomas 5, b. July 24th, 1742, d. Nov. 27th, 1825; Temperance 5, b. April 7th, 1744; William 5, b. April 25th, 1746; Jacob 5, b. April 1st, 1752.
DAVID 5, b. Aug. 22d, 1733, had w. Mary Conkling and they had ch. Mary 6, b. Dec. 22d, 1757; David 6, b. July 14th, 1760; Jonathan 6, b. Feb. 6th, 1766, d. Dec. 23d, 1853: Esther 6, b. Nov. 5th, 1768, d. April 23d, 1790; Hamutal 6, b. April 8th, 1774, who m. Jonathan Mulford of East-Hampton; David 6, b. July 14th, 1760, m. Lucinda Hedges, dau. of Daniel Hedges, and they had dau. Esther 7, who m. Andrew Eldredge, and they had son Andrew 8, who d. sp.
JONATHAN 6, b. Feb. 6th, 1766, had w. Hannah, dau. of Capt. Ezekiel Mulford, b. July 11th, 1773, m. Jan. 9th, 1791, and they had ch. Esther 7, who m. Edward C. Rogers of Sag-Harbor; Maria 7, who m. Harvey Conkling; David 7; Eleanor 7, who m. Henry Osborn, and Edward M. 7, b. (???) 1810, d. Nov. 22d, 1856.
DAVID 7 had w. Rebecca, dau. of Daniel Osborn, and ch. Maria 8 who m. Abraham Debevoise; Charles 8 and Edward 8, all of whom were m. and some of them have ch.
Mary Rose Rogers, of Sag-Harbor, is dau. of Edward C. Rogers and grand-daughter of Edward C. Rogers and Esther Baker 7. Wm. Conkling of Amagansett is son of Harvey Conkling and Maria 7 his wife. Hannah, dau. Henry Osborn and Eleanor 7 his wife, m. Capt. Ezekiel Howes and has dau. who m. Henry Hedges.
CAPT. EDWARD M. 7 m. Rosalie dau. Gen. Jeremiah Miller, and they had ch. Edward M. 8, b. March 11th, 1849, and Jonathan 8, b. July 10th, 1853, both now living and married.
NOTE.--Capt. Edward M. was master mariner sailing from Sag-Har-Harbor. He commanded the whale ship Daniel Webster, and made several eminently successful voyages as her captain. He was capable, faithful, thoroughly honest, persevering, humane, thoughtful; a man of deeds and not of words.
H. P. H.

THE BARNES FAMILY

In the visitation of Norfolk, England, 1664, is a pedigree of four generations of the Barnes family, viz: Edward and Thomas sons of William, brother of Owen and Charles, sons of William, son of Edward, of Soham County, Cambridge, Eastwick County, Norfolk, and Lynn regis Co. Dorset. This family had a coat of arms recorded in College of Arms, London. In addition to the material furnished by David Barnes, decd., J. Henry Barnes has given the following record of the ancient and honorable family whose name he bears.
1. WILLIAM. (See Howell's History of Southampton, p. 208.)
2. WILLIAM, (???) d. Dec. 1st, 1698.
3. WILLIAM, (???) d. Aug. 26th, 1706.
4. WILLIAM, b. Jan. 17th, 1702, d. March 30th, 1726, 24.
5. WILLIAM, b. Aug. 16th, 1723, d. July 3d, 1814, 91.
6. DAVID, b. May 9th, 1763, d. June 3d, 1809, 46.
7. DAVID, b. Dec. 13th, 1795, d. June 25th, 1866, 70.
8. CHARLES J., b. Aug. 6th, 1834.
9. DAVID W., b. April 7th, 1867.
10. ROBERT G., b. October 25th, 1894.
THE 2d WILLIAM m. Elizabeth (???), she died in 1723, 80. Their children were Thomas 3, Benjamin 3, Stephen 3, Isaac 3, Matthew 3, Nathaniel 3, Samuel 3, Recompense 3, William 3, Mary 3, and Elizabeth 3. Benjamin 3 and Stephen 3 removed with their children to Branford, Conn., early in 1700. Thomas 3 and Samuel 3 also removed. Matthew 3 died in 1703 and left one son Matthew 4. Recompense 3 and Nathaniel 3 died childless. Isaac 3 married Anna dau. of Noah Rodgers, of Branford, Conn. (See Amagansett branch of Barnes family.)
THE 3d WILLIAM m. Mary Rodgers, his brother Isaac's 3 wife's sister. Their children were Mary 4, William 4, Noah 4, and Elizabeth 4. Noah 4 m. Hannah Parsons.
THE 4th WILLIAM m. Martha Edwards Oct. 121 1722, and had children William 5, b. Aug. 16, 1723; Martha 5, b. March 4, 1725, and Joseph 5 b. Dec. 17, 1726. He died in Lanesboro, Mass. Martha 5, m. Israel Wilcox, of Berlin, Conn.
THE 5th WILLIAM m. Jemima Sherril, Dec. 4, 1746, she d. March 29, 1823, 98, and had children William 6, b. Sept. 1747, who m. Lydia
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Hall, of Durham, Conn., and settled in Richmond, Mass. Jemima 6, b. Feb. 24, 1749; Eli 6, b. 1754, m. Patience, dau, of Daniel Wilcox, East Berlin, Conn, settled there and d. June 15, 1815; Jeremiah 6, b. 1756, m. Phebe, dau. of Jonathan and Elizabeth Schellinger, of Amagansett, June 26, 1761, and removed to Plattsburg, N. Y., d. Aug. 24, 1840; Joseph 6, b. 1759, m. Elizabeth Conklin; Noah 6, b. 1765, d. Unmarried Sept. 15, 1841; and David 6.
JEREMIAH 6 had children Jeremiah, Jr. 7, Jonathan 7, Fannie 7, Maria 7, Hannah 7, Horace 7. Henry 7, and Betsey 7, all dead and all left families except Betsey, who died young.
JEREMIAH, JR. 7, b. Oct. 19, 1785, d. Aug. 23, 1879, m. Mary Farnsworth June 7, 1831, and had children James F. 8, Phebe M. 8, Jeremiah 8 and Charles A. 8.
JAMES F. 8 b. July 4, 1832, m. Snsan B. dau. John and Sarah Dickinson, Nov. 5, 1857, and had children Jeremiah M. 9, b. July 17, 1859; James L. 9, b. Aug. 12, 1861; Fannie M. 9, b. Dec, 20, 1863.
HORACE 7, son of Jeremiah 6. m. Phebe Parsons, dau. of David and Phebe Parsons, and had children William R. 8, of Granite Falls, Minn; Betsey M. 8, now deceased; Ethylinda L. 8, now deceased; Ann M. 8, of East-Hampton; Horace J. 8, of Eau Claire, Wis.; David P. 8. Ann M. 8 m. Augustus Parsons, Oct. 27, 1859, of East-Hampton, N. Y.
DAVID 6 m. Lucretia dau. Capt. David Fithian, and had children Esther 7 who m. J. B. Mulfora; David 7; and Eli 7 who m. Puah Mulford, of Amagansett. and removed to Mendon, N. Y.
ELI 7 had children Orlando 8, Hannah M. 8, Algernon 8, Eli 8, and
Samuel 8. Orlando m. and has child Hendrick.
DAVID 7 m. Fanny, dau. Annanias Baker, Dec. 1820, and had children William D. 8, b. June 2, 1823; Eli F. 8, b. Sept. 28, 1825; Hannah Ett 8, b. Dec. 31, 1828; George B. 8, b. Oct. 30, 1830; Charles J. 8, b. Aug. 6th, 1834; and Cordelia L. 8, b. April 11, 1840. The first three died unmarried. George B. 8 m. Fanny dau. J. Dayton Hedges, Dec. 27, 1865 and d. Sept. 26, 1892. 62, and had children Fanny B. 9, b. Nov. 1866, who m. Grant Rackett of East Marion, Dec. 24, 1891; William D. 9, b. Sept. 1865, m. Florence Birch, dau. of Thomas Birch of Wainscott, Aug. 16th, 1894; Frederick C. 9 b. March 26, 1874, m. Wilhelmina Regensburger, July 3, 1893, and Charles H. 9, b. Aug. 10, 1879. Cordelia L. 8 m. Rlchard Ketcham, June 10, 1889.
CHARLES J. 8 m. Ella A. dau. Ezra C. Tuthill, of Shelter Island, Nov. 14, 1865, and had children David W. 9, b. April 7, 1867, and Harry 9, b. Aug. 16, 1886.
DAVID W. 9, m. Minnie Irene, dau. Samuel Cately, of Brooklyn, Oct. 7, 1893, and had children Robert G. 10, b. Oct. 25, 1894, and Marjory T. 10, b. Oct. 1, 1895.
JOSEPH 6 m. Elizabeth Conklin, dau. Nathan and Mehitabel Conklin, Oct. 1st, 1794; she d. Aug. 6th, 1846, 74, and had children Joseph 7, b July 18, 1795, d. Sept. 13, 1834, 39? Nathan C. 7, b. April 11, 1798, d. March 7, 1861; Betsey 7, m. David H. Miller, was b Oct. 11, 1800, d. Aug. 25, 1864; Jemima 7, b. Aug. 6, 1806, d. Sept. 22, 1834, 28.
JOSEPH 7 m. Pnebe Miller, June 16, 1818; she d. Aug. 20, 1855, and had children Fannie A. 8 b. June 14, 1820, d. July 10, 1896; Wm. L. 8, b. Sept. 9, 1823, d. May 7, 1888; Noah A. 8, b. Nov. 19, 1828, d. Nov. 25, 1857; Phebe E. 8. b. Oct. 17, 1833, d. Sept. 26, 1853.
FANNIE A. 8, m. William Huntting. William L. 8, m. Betsey B. Nov. 23, 1858, dau. of Uriah and Betsey Miller; she was b. Feb. 5th, 1830 and d. March 23, 1895; they moved to Geneseo, Henry Co., Ill., about 1856, and had children William Kelsey 9 b. at East-Hampton May 23, 1855;
Joseph Uriah 9, b. at Geneseo, Ill., March 8, 1858; Fannie Huntting 9, b. May 7, 1860; Henry Alonzo 9, b. May 19, 1864; Nathan Miller 9, b. May 13, 1866; Eugene Burdette 9, b. Nov. 5, 1870, d. Oct. 4, 1872.
JOSEPH U. 9, m. Mary L. Upson Dec. 24, 1880 and had children Bessie May 10, Katie Jane 10, Jean Burdette 10, Mildred 10, Bennie 10 and Lewis Miller 10.
HENRY 9 m. Gertrude Jenkins, of Alexandria, Minn., Sept. 16, 1891, and had child Philip Jameson 10, b. March 30, 1894.
NATHAN CONKLIN 7 m. Phebe Miller, dau. of Cornelius and Hannah Osborne, June 19, 1824; she was b. Jan. 20, 1800 and d. April 7, 1848; they had children Mary Osborne 8, b. June 19, 1827; Joseph Henry 8, b. Oct. 3, 1830, m. Harriet Smith, dau. David and Phebe Barnes, Nov. 11, 1857 and had son William Henry 9, b. March 27, 1860, who m. Jetta dau. of William J. and Julia Cook, of New Brunswick, N. J. Dec. 19, 1889, b. Jan. 6, 1859, removed to Topeka, Kansas, in 1890, d. Oct. 27, 1893, and had children Mary Cook 10, b. April 21, 1891; William Henry 10, b. October 18. 1893.

JONATHAN BARNES' (5) FAMILY RECORD.
GRANDFATHER ISAAC 3 b. 1675, m. Anna dau. Noah Rodgers, of Branford, Conn., he d. Aug. 20, 1769.
ISAAC 4, b. Jan. 29, 1704, d. April 22, 1772, m. Hannah (???) b. Oct. 25, 1715, had children Nathaniel 5, b. March 18, 1740; Hannah 5, b. March 22, 1742; Matthew 5, b. Nov. 20, 1744; Isaiah 5, b. Jan. 29, 1747, d. Sept. 29, 1802; Anna 5, b. July 18, 1749; Jonathan 5, b. March 4, 1752; Sarah 5, b. Dec. 18, 1754; Isaac 5, b. Feb. 5, 1758.
JONATHAN 5 m. Phoebe Talmage, March 26, 1776, and had children Jonathan 6, b. Dec. 23, 1776; Talmage 6, b. Oct. 20, 1778, d. Dec. 8, 1778; Mary 6, b. Jan. 11, 1780; Talmage 6, b. July 6, 1782; Phebe6, b. May 2, 1787; Jeanette 6, b. March 25, 1790; David 6, b. May 21, 1794, d Aug. 30, 1868.
DAVID 6, youngest son of Jonathan 5, and Phebe, m. Pheby dau. of Jacob and Betsey Schellenger, who was b. Nov, 26, 1798 and d. Feb. 26, 1877, and had children Betsey Schellenger 7, b. April 1, 1817, m. Edmund T. Strong and d. s. p. Dec. 15, 1848; Mary Frances 7, b. March 26, 1829, m. Henry P. Osborn; Harriet Smith 7, b. Oct. 19, 1831, m. Joseph Henry Barnes 8, Nov. 11, 1857, see ante.

TALMAGE 6, b. July 6th, 1782, d. May 18, 1859, had 1st w. Mary Hedges and ch. Althea H. 7, b. March 28, 1816, m. Jeremiah Schellenger and d. s. p. July 13, 1836, and Benjamin P. 7, b. July 26, 1823, d. s. p. April 7, 1832; had 2d w. Harriet B. Hand, dau. of Mulford Hand, and they had ch. Mary T. 7, b. Dec. 12, 1833, m. Henry L. Van Scoy, Oct. 12th, 1853, and have ch. and d. March 14, 1896, and Benjamin H. 7. b. Oct. 22. 1839, m. Fannie B. Hand Dec. 26, 1860, and have ch. Anna C. 8, b. Feb. 22, 1863; Herbert T. 8, b. July 10th, 1867; Lilian M. 8, b. Sept. 12. 1871. Anna C. 8 m. Chas. B. Canfield June 8, 1887, and they have ch. Stella B. 9 and Fannie 9. Lillian M. 8 m. Chas. W. Dunn, Dec. 26, 1891. Herbert T. 8, m. Helen E. dau. Rev. Jas. B. Finch, Dec. 9th, 1889 and have ch. Byron T. 9, b. Jan. 16th 1891. Helen L. 9, b. April 10th, 1893, and Benjamin H. Jr. 9 b. Aug. 4th, 1895.
 

CHATFIELD FAMILY

Mrs. Anna E. Rose, nee Chatfield, has contributed the following record of the ancient and intellectual Chatfield family, from which stock in East-Hampton have sprung those who in New-York, New Jersey and other States have attained eminence:
There is a tradition in the Chatfield family that the father of the three brothers, Thomas, George and Francis, who first came to America, was Henry, of Sussex, England. Thomas Chatfield, the first of that name in East-Hampton, had a brother Francis who settled in Guilford, Conn., and, as far as can be learned, died unmarried. Thomas had also a brother George who settled in Killingworth, Conn. Edward Crane Chatfield, a lawyer, of Minneapolis, and the seventh in descent from this George above mentioned, is searching the genealogy of the Chatfield family in all its branches. He states that, while finding some of the name in nearly every State of the Union, he has not been able to find any descendants of Thomas except on Long Island.
The Chatfield Coat of Arms is now owned by John G. Chatfield, of Bridge-Hampton, who inherited it from his father, John H., and as far as is known it is believed to have been brought from England to Connecticut, and then to East-Hampton by the first Thomas Chatfield, ancestor of John. Mr. George R. Howell, in his history of Southampton Town, states that the Chatfield Coat of Arms is on parchment. This is a mistake, as it is painted on an oak slab. It also varies a very little from the one Mr. Howell gives in his history. Thomas Chatfield 1 moved from Guilford to New Haven where, in 1639, he married Ann, d. of Rev. Francis Higginson. He moved to East-Hampton at a very early date, as we find his name on the East-Hampton records as early as 1651.
THOMAS 1 died before 1687; had ch. Anna 2, b. 1649; Thomas 2, (in some papers called Capt. Thomas) b. 1652, and John 2, who had w. Mary but I know of no child.
CAPT. THOMAS 2, b. 1652, d. March 20, 1712, had son Thomas 3, b. 1680.
THOMAS 3, (called Judge on the East-Hampton records) b. Aug. 25th, 1680, d. Jan. 13, 1754, m. Hannah Stratton, who was b. June, 1687, and had ch. Mary 4, b. Sept. 12, 1707, (who Sept. 9, 1731 m. Joseph King, he died Nov. 6, 1732, then Mary m. Francis "Peltrow," Sept. 4, 1734. Her first ch. Hannah b. Nov. 12, 1735. "Pelltrow" died in London, Sept. 14, 1737. Mary m. 3d Mr. "Gilston," Feb. 23, 1738. After that marriage she had a son b. Dec. 24, 1738, who d. Feb. 21, 1739; dau. Mary b. Aug. 10, 1744; dau. Anna b. Aug. 28, 1747). Anna 4 b. Oct. 8, 1709 (who m. John Mulford, April 1, 1731, had ch. John b. Feb. 22, 1732; Mary b. April 10, 1735; Hannah b. Sept. 4, 1736; Phebe b. June 18, 1739; Jerusha b. March 19, 1741; a son b. Jan. 16, 1744; Esther b. Nov. 16, 1749). Thomas 4, b. Sept. 12, 1712; John 4, b. March 8, 1716.
THOMAS 4, b. Sept. 12, 1712, d. Jan. 1, 1743, m. Nov. 11, 1735, Abigail Mulford, had ch. Phebe 5, b. Dec. 25, 1740; Elnathan 5, bap. 1742; John 4, b. March 8, 1716, d. Sept. 24, 1801, m. Dec. 15, 1739, Jane, dau. of Lewis Mulford, who was b. 1716, d. 1753, and had ch. Mary 5, b. Sept. 16, 1740; John 5, b. Nov. 30, 1741; Thomas 5, b. July 9, 1743; Hannah 5, b. Jan. 1, 1745; Lewis 5, b. July 28, 1746; Jane 5, b. June 1, 1748, d. Sept. 29, 1810; Henry 5, b. Jan. 17, 1750, and Elizabeth 5, b. Sept. 29, 1751, (who married a Russel and moved to Connecticut). This complete family record of Judge Thomas Chatfield 3 and family was copied from the Judge's Bible printed in Oxford, England, in 1725, and now in possession of John G. Chatfild, of Bridge-Hampton.
HENRY 5, b. Jan. 17, 1750, d. Jan. 8, 1839, m. Annie (???) b. 1754, d. April 28, 1802, had ch. Sarah 6, b. 1776, d. April 15, 1783.
THOMAS 5, b. Dec. 25, 1740, had ch. Thomas 6, bap. 1760; John 6, bap. 1772; Julianna 6, bap. 1775, in East-Hampton.
CAPT. HENRY 5, b. July 9, 1743, had ch. Henry 6, b. 1788, d. 1804, m. Rebecca Mulford had ch. Henry M. 7, b. 1801; Phebe 7, b. 1803, d. 1881. (Phebe m. John Baker, had ch. Hannah, Francis, Margaret and Rebecca.) This Henry 6 removed to Plattsburg, N. Y., where I believe he died, when his widow and children returned to East-Hampton. John 6 b. 1782, d. June 17, 1837, d. s. p.
HENRY M. 7, b. 1801, d. March 29, 1867, m. Nancy Havens, had ch. Julia A. 8, b. 1824, and d. Oct. 1895, (she m. Samuel Howell, had ch. Wm. H. b. Aug. 1849, d. Nov. 20, 1887; Elmer E. b. Jan. 11, 1864.) John 8, b. Jan. 20, 1826, d. Dec. 26, 1865, m. Esther E. d. of Henry Edwards, Oct. 1857, had ch. Anna 9, b. Jan. 11, 1859, (who m. Stephen E. Rose had d. Ernestine, b. March 19, 1880); John 9, b. Oct. 2, 1861; Lydia H. 9, b. July 18, 1863 (who m. J. Everett Hand in June, 1888) and Henry Havens 9, b. March 17, 1866, he m. Charlotte M. Peterson, had ch. Harry E. 10, b. Aug. 19, 1894, d. Oct. 1895. Henry H. 9 is a Counselor at Law and he and John 9 reside in Bridge-Hampton, N. Y.

CONKLING FAMILY

The following genealogy of the Conkling family, abbreviated and verified in part, is taken from an article by H. L. Mersereau, published in the New-York Genealogical and Biographical Record, in the Number issued July, 1896,
ANNANIAS CONKLIN 1 (or Conkline) and his brother John 1 are noticed in "Savage's Genealogical Dictionary," Vol. I, p. 441. Annanias 1 was made a freeman at Salem, May 18, 1642. He had ch. bap. Lewis 2, April 30, 1643; Jacob 2, May 18, 1649; Elizabeth 2, May 18, 1649. He removed to East-Hampton in 1650 and his brother John to Southold. (An old grave stone: "Here lyeth the body of Capt. John Conkleyne, born in Nottinghamshire, Eng., and died at Southold, L. I., Apr. 6, 1694, 64 yrs.") There were ch. of Annanias 1 mentioned at East-Hampton, Jeremiah 2, Cornelius 2, Benjamin 2. A daughter w. of Geo. Miller, Hester 2, (6 1/2 years old when her father died.) He died Nov. 1657. His son Jeremiah 2 administrator, Nov. 27, 1657, afterwards his son-in-law Geo. Miller appointed Jan. 29, 1657 or 8. E. H. R. Vol. I, pp. 116-121.
JEREMIAH 2, son of Annanias 1, b. 1634, d. March 14, 1712, m. 1658, Mary b. Aug. 3, 1638, d. June 15, 1727, dau. of Lion Gardiner and had ch. Jeremiah, Jr. 3, Cornelius 3, David 3, Lewis 3, Annanias 3, and Mary 3, who m. Thos. Mulford. See E. H. T. R. Vol. III, p. 198-326.
CORNELIUS 2 had ch. Cornelius Jr. 3 and William 3, probably.
BENJAMIN 2 d. 1709, had w. Hannah Mulford and ch. John 3 Eliakim 3, Benjamin 3, Annanias 3.
JEREMIAH, JR. 3 m. June 29, 1718, Jane Parsons, d. s. p. His will dated Jan. 11, 1732-3, (from N. Y. wills 1732-3, Vol. XII, p. 212,) mentions nephew Elisha son of bro. Cornelius, also Jeremiah son of said Elisha, but his adopted son.
CORNELIUS 3 had ch. Elisha 4 b. about 1695; Martha 4, bap. Aug. 27, 1700; Deborah 4, bap. Aug. 25, 1700; Rachel 4, bap. Jan 2, 1703-4; Jeremiah 4, bap. Dec. 14, 1707; Mary 4, bap. March 12, 1710.
DAVID 3 had ch. David 4; Sarah 4, bap. April 21, 1700; Patience 4, bap. Nov. 3, 1700; Samuel 4, bap. March 3, 1702; Simon 4, bap. March 18, 1704-5; Keziah 4, bap. March 30, 1707; Rachel 4, bap. July 10, 1708-9; Temperance 4, bap. Aug. 3, 1712; Jane 4, bap. March 28, 1714.
LEWIS 3 had ch. Lewis 4, bap. Jan. 18, 1701-2, who m. Oct. 22, 1724, Elizabeth Mulford; Elizabeth 4, bap. April 21, 1700; Esther 4, bap. Sept. 3, 1704; Mary 4, bap. April 11, 1708; Mercy 4, bap. May 7, 1710; Isaac 4 bap. Jan. 25, 1713; Zerviah 4, bap. Jan. 8, 1716; Cineus 4, bap. Oct. 19, 1718; Abigail 4, bap. April 16, 1721, m. Oct. 5, 1740, Nathaniel Baker.
ANNANIAS 3, m. Martha Stretton and had ch. Margaret 4, bap. Jan. 11, 1701-2, who m. May 19, 1720, John Cooper; Jane 4. bap. Jan. 30, 1703-4; Mary 4, bap. Oct. 7, 1705; Hannah 4, bap. Sept. 14, 1707, who m. Jonathan Hedges; Joseph 4, bap. Nov. 13, 1709; he m. Jan. 14, 1730. Esther Jones; Zerviah 4, bap. Dec. 11, 1711; she m. Jan. 8, 1737, Samuel Mulford; Martha 4, bap. Dec. 27, 1713; Annanias 4, bap. July 15, 1716.
CORNELIUS, JR. 3 m. March 16, 1715, Deborah Mulford and had ch. Esther 4, bap. Oct. 23, 1715, she m. Jan. 30, 1739-40, Jonathan Mulford; Mary 4, bap. May 26, 1718; Jane 4, bap. Sept. 20, 1720, m. Dec. 25, 1739,
Thos. Osborn; Deborah 4, bap. April 28, 1723; Cornelius 4, bap. Feb. 6, 1726; Elizabeth 4, bap. July 6, 1728-9; Mulford 4, bap. May 14, 1731-2; Nathan 4, bap. Sept. 28, 1735.
WILLIAM 3, m. Nov. 26, 1718, Ruth Hedges and had ch. William 4 bap. Aug. 30, 1719; Stephen 4, bap. Sept. 3, 1721; Mary 4, bap. Jan. 11, 1724; Abraham 4, bap. June 12, 1726; Ruth 4, bap. Dec. 8, 1728; Isaac 4, bap. Feb. 27, 1731-2; Jacob 4, bap. Aug. 11, 1734; Abigail 4, bap. Jan. 23, 1736-7; Thomas 4, bap. Oct. 14, 1739.
JOHN 3 d. 1746, had ch. all bap. as adults, John, Jr. 4; Rachel 4, Jan. 11, 1718-19, who m. Sept. 21, 1721, Daniel Jones; Amy 4, Jan. 11, 1718-19 who m. Dec. 29, 1720, John Stretton; Timothy 4, May 30, 1723; Abigail 4 Nov. 26, 1727, who m. Nov. 22. 1733, Gideon Hedges; Elias 4, Nov. 26, 1727; Jonathan 4, Aug. 4, 1734, who m. April 17, 1738, Abigail Talmage. N. Y. Wills, Vol. XVI, p. 43, John Conklin's 3 will Jan. 23, 1739-40 proved Aug. 23, 1746, mentions only John, Elias and Jonathan.
ELIAKIM 3 had ch. Deborah 4, Sarah 4.
BENJAMIN, JR. 3 had ch. Hannah 4, Francis 4, Mehitabel 4.
ANNANIAS 3 m. Hannah and had Bethiah 4, bap. Jan. 1, 1701, who m. May 27, 1731, Joseph Hicks; Henry 4, bap. Feb. 22, 1701-2, who m. May 5, 1724, Mary Jones; Nathan 4, bap. Jan. 27, 1705-6, m. Oct. 6, 1732, Phebe Parsons; Annanias 4 bap. Aug. 15, 1708, m. Feb. 5, 1732-3, Mary Miller; Samuel 4, bap. Jan. 27, 1711, m. March 12, 1723-4, Clemens Parsons, he d. 1726; Lemuel 4, bap. April 5, 1713; Benjamin 4, bap. Dec. 11, 1715, m. March 17, 1739-40, Sarah Parsons; Hannah 4, bap. Dec. 11, 1715, m. March 7, 1736-7, Isaae Barnes; Daniel 4, bap. Feb. 16, 1718; Josiah 4, bap. July 23, 1721. N. Y. Wills Vol. XIII, p. 568, mentions all except Samuel who d. before his father. Will proved Aug. 26, 1740, son Nathan, executor.
ELISHA 4, b. about 1695, m. Jan. 1, 1717-18, Esther Parsons and had ch. Elisha 5, bap. May 1, 1720; Jeremiah 5, bap. March 11, 1722; Nathan 5, bap. April 5, 1724; Jacob 5, bap. Sept. 11, 1726; Esther 5, bap. May 18, 1728-9; Lucretia 5, bap. May 26, 1731-2; Mary 5, bap. Jan. 12, 1734-5; Mehitabel 5 bap. May 22, 1737; Eliazur 5, bap. March 22, 1740-1.
DAVID, JR. 4, m. Dec. 8. 1720, widow Hannah Mulford and had ch. David 5, bap. Oct. 8, 1721; Simon 5, bap. March 1, 1724; Samuel 5, bap. Feb. 19, 1726; Hannah 5, bap. Oct. 5, 1728; Zebulon 5, bap. Dec. 3, 1732; Sarah 5, bap March 30, 1735.
CINEUS 4, bap. Oct. 19, 1718, had ch. Isaac 5, bap. June 2, 1747; Benjamin 5, and possibly others.
JOSEPH 4, bap. Nov. 13, 1709, m. Jan. 14, 1730, Esther Jones, and had ch. Hannah 5, bap. Oct. 24, 1731; Elizabeth 5, bap. Jan. 28, 1732-3; Esther
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5, bap. Sept. 14, 1735; Annanias 5, bap. July 24, 1737; Joseph S. 5, bap. May 6, 1739; Edward 5, bap. Sept. 29, 1745.
JOHN, JR. 4, m. 1st Dec. 17, 1717, Dorcas Murdock and had ch. Dorcas 5, bap. Oct. 12, 1718; Abigail 5, bap. June 12, 1720; Mary 5, bap. Feb. 11, 1722; John 5, bap. Aug. 25, 1723; 2d m. (???) had ch. Melyan 5, bap. Aug. 25, 1727; Jonathan 5, bap. March 14, 1730-1; Daniel 5, bap. Jan. 11, 1735.
ELIAS 4, bap, as an adult Nov. 26, 1727, had ch. Elizabeth 5, bap. Oct. 31, 1736; Elias 5, bap. June 18, 1738; Lois 5, bap. July 6, 1740; Christopher 5, bap. July 18, 1742; Mary 5, bap. Dec. 29, 1745.
HENRY 4, bap. Feb. 22, 1701-2, m. Nov. 5, 1724, Mary Jones and had ch. Henry 5, bap. Nov. 28, 1725; Jedediah 5, bap. Sept. 24, 1727; Jane 5. bap. Dec 6, 1730; Edward 5, bap. Aug. 27, 1732; Mary 5, bap. Dec. 22, 1734; Daniel 5, bap. April 24, 1737; Lucretia 5, bap. May 6, 1739; Elizabeth 5, bap. July 11, 1742; Hannah 5, bap. Nov 11, 1744.
NATHAN 4, bap. Jan. 27, 1705-6, m. Oct. 6, 1732, Phebe Parsons and had ch. Phebe 5, bap. May 6, 1733; Nathan 5, bap. Dec. 19, 1736; Jesse 5, bap. April 15. 1739.
LEMUEL 4, bap. April 5, 1713, had ch. Lemuel 5, bap. Sept. 24, 1738; Phebe 5, bap. June 1, 1740; Nathaniel 5, bap. April 10, 1743; Higgins 5, bap. May 11, 1746.
BENJAMIN 5, m. Esther Hand and had ch. Cineus 6, Alfred 6, Nathaniel 6, Betsey 6, Phebe 6.
DANIEL 5, of Rensselaerville, b. at East-Hampton April 24, 1737, d. at Rensselaerville Sept. 25, 1816, m. 1st Abigail Parsons and had ch. Daniel 6, b. July 19, 1765; Josiah 6, b. 1770; Mary 6, who m. Daniel Dayton; Henry 6, Abigail 6. He m. 2d Hannah Hutchinson and had by her ch. Samuel 6, b. Sept. 5, 1789, d. Nov. 10, 1818; John T. 6, b. April 2, 1792; Clarissa 6, b. June 14, 1795, d. Dec. 3, 1821, she m. Thos. L. Loyd.
Revolutionary war records at Washington show that Daniel Conklin served as a private in Capt. Edward Dunscombe's Co. of the 4th N. Y. Reg. commanded by Lieut. Col. Frederick Wissenfels; also designated as Capt. Wm. Jackson's Co. of same Reg., also as Capt. Benj. Marvin's Co. 1st N. Y. Reg. His name also appears on the roil Nov. 21 to Sept. 5, 1777 and on the following rolls to Dec. 1780, with remarks "Appointed corporal Dec. 1, 1778." N. Y. State Rev. Archives state he was made ensign Sept. 13, 1775, of 4th Co. 2d Bat. Suff. Co,
ALFRED 6, son of Benjamin 5, b. Oct. 12, 1789, d. Feb. 5, 1874, m. Eliza Cockburn; one of their ch. was Roscoe Conkling, U. S. Senator.
DANIEL 6, of Rennsselaerville. b. at East-Hampton July 19, 1765, d. Rensselaerville Jan, 27, 1833, m. Feb. 16, 1796, Isabella Lusk, dau. of Thos. Lusk, of Stockbridge, b. Feb. 19, 1771, d. April 18, 1846, and had ch. Juliana 7, b. May 6, 1792, m. April 30, 1815, Henry Stone, and d. Aug. 24. 1863: Daniel 7. b. Jan. 9, 1794, d. Jan. 15, 1871, m. Harriet Hubbel, of Bennington; Thomas L. 7, b. Oct. 9, 1796, d. June 1, 1852, m. Frances M. Hackley; George 7 d. young; Herod 7, b. April 28, 1800, d. March 18, 1847, m. Wealthy Hubbs; George C. 7 d. young; Gurdon 7, b. Sept. 1, 1803, d. May 8, 1874, m. Caroline Tremaine; David 7, b. Jan. 7, 1806, d. Dec. 26, 1881, m. 1st Almira A. Watson, 2d Caroline A. Clark; Albert 7, b. Jan. 11, 1808, d. Dec. 3, 1878, m. 1st Harriet Hills, 2d Amelia Mills, 3d Sarah Ann Palmer; Isabella 7, b. July 9, 1809, d. April 11, 1874, m. John S. Huyck; Abigail 7, b. March 25, 1811, d. July 13, 1876, m. William F. Bulkley; Elizabeth 7, b. Nov. 11, 1812, d. June 21, 1833; Margaret 7 d. young.
JOSIAH 6 of Renssellaerville, b. 1770, d. May 8, 1835, m. Patty (???), and had ch. Judson 7, who m. Almyra Moore; Mary 7 and Marcus 7.
HENRY 6, of Johnstown, N. Y., had w. (???) Dayton or Hutchinson, and ch. Edwin 7, Cornelia 7, Maria 7, Harriet 7.
JOHN T. 6, of Renssellaerville, b. at East-Hampton April 2, 1792, d. at Renssellaerville Oct. 10. 1875, m. 1820 Tirza Stone, b. 1800, d. July 18, 1893, and had ch. Samuel H. 7, b. 1823; C. Amanda 7, b. 1825, m. D. S. Miller; Clifford A. 7, b. 1826; Theoren 7, b. 1830; Elizabeth S. 7, b. 1832 m. William Felter.

DAYTON FAMILY

The genealogy of this family has been compiled largely from material in Howell's History of Southampton, with additions by Edward Dayton 8 and his son Josiah 9, of East-Hampton. The family has generally a good record for intelligence, industry, purity and worth. Many have achieved eminence. The famous Dayton family of New Jersey is said to be from this East-Hampton stock. Howell has named no coat of arms of the family. But the name of Capt. John Dayton, of Revolutionary days, is a symbol of living power before whose grandeur a coat of arms, bought or unbought, is but an idle toy. (See ante, pp. 35, 6, 7.)
RALPH 1, b. 1588, d. 1658, had ch. Robert 2, Samuel 3.
ROBERT 2, b. 1628, d. April 16, 1712, had ch. Elizabeth 3, w. of (???) Leek; Samuel 3, b. 1665; Beriah 3, b. 1674.
SAMUEL 3, d. Jan. 30, 1746, had w. Dorothy and ch. Robert 4, b. 1692; Daniel 4; Joana 4, w. of (???) Serle; Nathan 4, b. 1699: Jonathan 4, bap. 1701; Samuel 4, bap. 1707; Elizabeth 4, w. of William Osborne.
ROBERT 4, d. Sept. 28, 1722, had ch. Hannah 5, bap. 1701; Mary 5, bap. 1701; John 5, bap. 1702.
DANIEL 4, d. 1763, m. 1st Deborah Brown Jan. 8, 1717, she d. Nov. 6, 1717, leaving son Henry, bap. Oct. 19, 1718, and he m. 2d Mary Parsons, Nov. 9, 1720, and had ch. Deborah 5; Hannah 5; Daniel 5, bap. 1723; Samuel 5; Jonathan 5, bap. 1727; Mary 5, bap. 1733, w. of (???) Mulford who had ch. Mary, Jonathan and Nathan Mulford.
HENRY 5, m. Dec. 4, 1738, Hannah Parsons and had ch. Deborah 6, bap. 1739; Hannah 6, bap. 1743; Samnel 6, and Henry 6, bap. Jan. 1747, name unrecorded.

There was a James b. in 1769 on Long Island who wrote of his father and grandfather there as being named Henry. The first Henry 5, son of Daniel 4 must have been his grandfather and the second Henry 6, son of Henry 5, his father, and the line runs thus:
HENRY 5, Henry 6, bap. Jan. 1747.
JAMES 7, b. in 1769, had w. Lucinda Morey in Oxford, Grafton Co., N. H. and d. in 1854 85, and had 9 ch. Daniel 8 one of them b. in 1806, removed to South Bend, Ind., and d. there in 1889 83.
DANIEL 8, b. in 1806, d. in 1889, had son J. H. 9, now of South Bend, Ind.
DEACON DANIEL 5, bap. 1723, m. Rachel Miller and had ch. Jonathan 6 bap. 1764; Miller 6, bap. 1766.
JONATHAN 6, d. 1842, had son Daniel 7.
DANIEL 7 had son Dr. Charles B. 8 who m. Mary Jessup and d. s. p. Aug. 17, 1886.
MILLER 6 d. 1847, had son Ralph 7, and Mary 7, m. (???) Rockwell, who d. s. p.
SAMUEL 5 had dau. Mary 6 w. of Jonathan Stratton.
NATHAN 4 b. 1699, d. 1764, m. Amy Stratton, Nov. 11, 1725, and had ch. Samuel 5, bap. 1726; Nathan 5, bap. 1728; Amy 5, bap. 1730; Elizabeth 5; Abraham 5, bap. 1735; Joanna 5, bap. 1737; Abraham 5, bap, 1740; Jonathan 5, bap. 1747.
NATHAN 5 d. 1764, m. Phebe Mulford, June 27, 1751, and had ch. Nathan 6, bap. 1754; Jonathan 6, Samuel 6, Elizabeth 6; Mary 6 bap. 1763; Abraham 6, bap. 1766; Elias M. 6, bap. 1769; Joanna 6.
NATHAN 6 had ch. Hannah 7, bap. 1779; Phebe 7, bap. 1783; Samuel H. 7, bap. 1790; Lewis Mulford 7 (of Rensselaerville, N. Y. and d. in Jersey City at residence of his son, May 8, 1876, 83.)
SAMUEL H. 7 had son Jesse C. 8 of Troy, N. Y. who was State Senator in 1875.
ARRAHAM 6 d. Nov. 1825 at Middle Granville, N. Y., m. Desire Delight Vail, and had ch. Mulford 7, b. 1795; May 7, b. 1797, d. 1815; Desire 7, b. 1800, d. 1822; Hiram 7, b. 1800; Maxilla 7, b. 1804, d. 1847, w. of A. Alford.
MULFORD 7d. Feb. 14, 1836, m. Roxanna Hitchcock, Feb. 14, 1817, had ch. Mary Helen 8, b. March 31, 1820; Jane E. 8, b. Feb. 24, 1824, (w. of Rev. David B. Hall); James Mulford 8, b. Nov. 9, 1826 and d. Oct. 9, 1863; Sarah Maria 8, b. Feb. 9, 1833, w. of Silas Hall of Granville, N. Y.
HIRAM 7 of Madrid, N. Y. d. May 1, 1849, m. Maria Underwood, and had ch. Edwin A. 8, b. 1825, d. 1873; Col. Lewls Mulford 8, of Cincinnati Ohio; Desire Delight 8; Harriet 8, w. of (???) Henry; and Henry 8, of Richmond, Va.
ELIAS M. 6, of Middle Granville, N. Y. removed to Lockport, N. Y. d. Nov. 9, 1839, m. Ruth Higgins, of Haddam, Ct. and had ch. Jonathan 7, b. 1791, d. 1857; Elias 7, b. 1793; Nathan 7, b. Aug. 10, 1794; Abraham 7 b. 1796; Cornelia M. 7, b. 1800, w. of J. L. Woods; Russell A. 7, b. 1804; Minerva M. 7, b. 1810.
ELIAS 7, d. at Lockport, m. 1820, Sarah Wright, and had ch. Ursula Webb 8, b. 1826, d. 1859, w, of Allen C. Wright; Russell Mulford 8, b. 1830; Cornelia M. 8, b. 1835. w. of Joseph Christy.
JUDGE NATHAN 7, of Lockport, d. April 26, 1859, m. 1st 1823, Sarah T. Boise; 2d her sister Hannah E. and had ch. Harriet M. 8, b. 1826; Sarah J. 8, b. 1830; Nathan 8, b. and d. 1833; Chas. N. 8, b. 1845. d. 1880; Francis M. 8, b. and d. 1848.
ABRAHAM 7 m. Harriet B. Taylor and had ch. Chas. H. 8; Rollin W. 8, Jane M. 8, Lydia A. 8, Julia 8, Nathan 8.
RUSSELL A. 7, d. 1840, m. Julia T. Burrows and had son Edwin A. 8, of Chicago, Ill.
JONATHAN 4, bap. 1701, had d. Joana 5, w. of (???) Mulford
BERIAH 3, of Pantigo, E. H. b. 1674, d. April 30, 1746, had w. Jane and ch. Rachel 4, b. 1700; John 4, bap. 1700; Martha 4, bap. 1702, wife of -- Brown; Mary 4, (or Maria) w. of Cornelius Conkling; Beriah 4, bap. 1709; Esther 4, w. of (???) Brown; Jeremiah 4, bap. 1716; Jane 4, bap. 1720; Mary 4, bap. 1722.
JOHN 4, b. 1700, d. 1776, m. 1st Joana Parsons, March 2, 1721; 2d Abigail Parsons, June 8, 1754, and had ch. Joana 5, bap. 1722, w. of Seth Parsons; Elizabeth 5, bap. 1725; Phebe 5, bap. 1727; John 5, bap. 1727, and Martha 5, bap. 1734.
CAPT. JOHN 5, b. 1728, d. Feb. 19, 1825, m. Sept. 1754, Mary Mulford, and had ch. John 6, David 6, and Josiah 6, b. 1766.
JOHN 6 had ch. John 7, bap. March 1787; Samuel Stratton 7, bap. Jan. 6, 1789.
SAMUEL S. 7 had ch. David 8, John H. 8 and Elizabeth 8.
JOSIAH 6, b. 1766, d. 1839, had ch. John Thomas 7, b. 1795 and Josiah 7 b. 1797.
JOHN T. 7 m. Cynthia Hand, of Durham, Greene C., N. Y., and had ch. Edward 8, b. 1822, and John 8, b. 1823.
EDWARD 8 m. Elizabeth, b. 1824, dau. of Stephen Hedges, and has ch.
Rosalie 9, b. 1846; Edward H. 9 b. 1855; Nathan H. 9, b. 1858; Josiah 9, b. 1860; Nellie C. 9, b. 1865. Rosalie 9 m. David Sherrill.
EDWARD 9 m. Hattie, dau. of Henry L. VanScoy, and has ch. Frederick V. S. 10, b. 1881, and Alice M. 10.
NATHAN H. 9 m. Nellie, dau. of David Hallock of Bridge-Hampton, and has ch. John H. 10, b. 1880, and Laura A. 10, b. 1883.
JOSIAH 9 m. Mary E. dau. Jeremiah Huntting, and has ch. Ralph H. 10 b. 1883; Edward T. 10, b. 1885; Amy E. 10, b. 1887; Joanna H. 10, b. 1889; Robert J. 10, b. 1892; Rosalie 10, b. 1896.
NELLIE C. 9, m. Ulysses Payne, and has ch. Bessie D. 10, b. 1883; Edward M. 10, b. 1885; Nathan Elias 10, b. 1886.
JOHN 8 m. Elizabeth d. of Nathaniel Huntting and had ch. Elizabeth H. 9, b. 1851, and Mary H. 9, b. 1852.
JOSIAH 7 b. 1797, d. 1859, m. Abbie d. of Abraham Hand, and had ch. Charles R. 8, b. 1829; Jane 8, b. 1833; Kate H. 8, b. 1837; Julia C. 8, b. 1839.
CHARLES R. 8 b. 1829 m. Sarah d. of Hiram Sherrill and has s. Charles S. 9, b. 1859.
CHARLES S. 9 m. Minnie E. Averill, of Plattsburg, N. Y., and has dau. Grace Platt 10, b. 1888.
JEREMIAH 4 b. 1716, m. Mary dau. of Cornelius Conkling, Dec. 29, 1742 and had ch. Jeremiah 5, bap. 1745; Mary 5, bap. 1746, and Elizabeth 5, bap. 1752.
JEREMIAH 5 had ch. Hervey 6, bap. 1786; Jeremiah 6, Polly 6, Phebe 6, Jane 6, Mary 6, (Phebe m. Eli Parsons of North West and had ch.) the other three daus. d. s. p.
JEREMIAH 6 had ch. Henry 7, b. 1810; Jeremiah 7, b. 1817; Phebe 7, b. 1813; and Abraham 7, b. 1820.
JEREMIAH 7 has dau. Mary 8, w. of Lyman Babcock.
ABRAHAM 7 m. Rebecca dau. Ellis Parsons and had ch. Abraham 8, Ellis Parsons 8, and Phebe 8.
ABRAHAM 8 had son Alexander.
BERIAH 4, bap. 1719, had ch David 5, bap. 1731; Jesse 5, bap. 1735; Mary bap. 1741.
JESSE 5 had w. Hannah and ch. Susanna 6, Jacob 6, David 6; Jane 6, bap. 1764; Martha 6, bap. 1768; Hannah 6, 1761, and Jasper 6.
This completes the record, so far as I have it, of the descendants of Robert 2, the oldest son of first settler Ralph 1.
His second son Samuel 2 remained in Southampton for a while, residing at North Sea, then removed to Brookhaven, L. I., where he died in 1690. He had w. Wilhelmina and ch. Ralph 3; Jacob 3, b. about 1657, and removed to New Jersey; Caleb 3, b. about 1659, and d. in Southampton 1688, and Isaac 3.
ISAAC 3 removed to Setauket, afterwards to New Haven, where he m. Rebecca Tuttle, Sept. 10, 1664, and d. betwaen 1715 and 1722. He had ch Isaac 4, Hezekiah 4, b. 1710; Jonathan 4, b. about 1715: Mary 4, Charity 4, and Sarah 4.
ISAAC 4 m. Elizabeth dau. of Michael Todd and had ch. Elizabeth 5, b. Sept. 25, 1711; Rebecca 5, b. April 12, 1713; Israel 5, b. March 12, 1715; Sarah 5, b. July 27, 1716: Hannah 5, b. Aug. 4, 1718: Isaac 5, b. Aug. 30, 1720; Michael 5, b. June 4, 1722; Deborah 5, b. Aug. 8, 1724; Jonathan 5, b. Jan. 31, 1727; Charity 5, b. Sept. 29, 1730, and Giles 5, b. Feb. 20, 1731-2.
ISRAEL 5 m. Dinah Bishop and had ch. Jehial 6, b. Dec. 22, 1737, Israel 6, b. March 30, 1744, Dinah 6, b. 1746, and Samuel b. Dec. 19, 1750.
ISRAEL 6 had ch. James Z. 7 and Sherman 7, twins, b. 1791, & Giles 7.
SAMUEL 6 had son Samuel 7, b. 1777.
ISAAC 5, of Newport, R. I. had w. Mary and ch. Isaac 6, b. 1753; Benedict 6, Henry 6, Hezekiah 6, Samuel 6, of Salisbury, N. C, and Elizabeth 6.
ISAAC 6, m. 1774, Sarah Irish, of Hudson, N. Y. m. 2d 1783, Matilda Gardiner and had ch. Isaac 7; John 7, b. May 25, 1777; Charles 7, b. May 10, 1779; Giles 7, of Hudson, b. 1780: Samuel 7, b. June 2, 1784: Sarah 7, b. 1787: Benjamin 7, b. Feb. 17, 1791; Edward 7, b. Feb. 17, 1793; Henry 7, b. Aug. 8, 1795, of Chautauqua, N, Y.; Matilda 7 and Gilbert 7.
CHARLES 7, d. 1809, m. Harriet Jackson and had ch. Harriet 8, Caroline 8, and Charles 8, b. July 8, 1808.
CHARLES 8 had ch Joseph D. 9, b. Oct. 12, 1832, of Brooklyn: Charles A. 9 and Mary E. 9, b. April 13, 1837.
SAMUEL 7 had son William 8.
WILLIAM 8 m. Caroline, sister of the poet Alfred B. Street and had dau. Ida 9, w. of Prof. Wm. G. Peck of N. Y. City.
EDWARD 7 m. Julia A. Parker and had ch. Isaac 8 and Miln P. 8, b. 1821
ISAAC 8 of New-York had w. Emeline and ch. Robert A. B. 9, Julia 9 and Edward H. G. 9.
MILN P. 8, of New-York, m. Sarah F. Townsend, and had ch. Frank 9, b. Aug. 13, 1851: Albert E. 9, b. Jan. 17, 1854, and Euretta C. 9, b. June 1856.
MICHAEL 5 had ch. Charles 6, b. Nov. 3, 1747: David 6, b. July 23, 1749: Miriam 6 b. Jan. 6, 1751: Michael 6 b. Sept. 11, 1752: Justus 6 b. June 30, 1754: Mehetabel 6 b. 1756: Loly 6 b. 1758: Elizabeth 6 b. 1759: Isaac 6, of Harpersfield, N. Y. b. 1761: Samuel 6, b. 1762: Lyman 6 b. Aug. 17, 1764, and Olive 6.
CHARLES 6 of Harpersfield, N. Y. m. Jan. 29, 1746: Mehetabel Doolittle and had ch. Phrymes I. 7 b. Oct. 17, 1774: Charles 7 b. Sept. 17, 1776: Mary 7 b. Nov. 11, 1778: Roxana 7 b. Nov. 17, 1781: Chauncey 7 b. March 1783: Matthew 7, John G. 7, and Asenath 7.
PHRYMEST 7 m. Sarah Bryan and had ch. Harriet 8, b. 1798; Bryan 7, b. 1800: Bennett S. 8, b. May 2, 1809: Edmund O. 8, Sarah A. 8, Harriet C. 8, Shaler H. 8, Norman S. 8, James S. 8, Zachariah W. 8, Hiram S. 8, Stephen F. 8, and Adeline J. 8.
CHARLES 7, of Harpersfield, N. Y. m. Mary Smith and had ch. Dr. Charles E. 8, of Berne: George A. 8: Chauncey 8, of Albany: Mary A. 8, Maxamilla 8, Hezekiah 8, Emily 8.
CHAUNCEY 7 had ch. Chauncey L. 8, b. Feb. 19, 1815, and Mary 8.
JUSTUS 6 m. Hannah Titus, 1777, and ch. Spencer 7, b. Oct. 21, 1778: Russell 7, b. 1780: Rhoda 7, b. 1782: Josiah 7, b. July 31, 1783: Henry 7, Justus 7, Chester 7, Archibald 7, Elizabeth 7.
RUSSELL 7 had son Chester 8.
JONAH 7 m. Mary Flint and had ch. Arvid 8, b. 1814 and Marcus 8.
Henry 7 had ch. Spencer 8, of West Virginia, b. 1820, and Lewis 8.
CHESTER 7 had son William 8.
LYMAN 6 had ch. Isaac 7 and Samuel 7.
JONATHAN 5 d. July 31, 1804, m. Mary Yale, 1751, and had ch. Thankful 6, b. Dec. 6, 1753: Jonathan 6, b. March 10, 1756: Nathaniel 6: Cornelius 6, b. Feb. 25, 1763: Mary 6: Bezaleel 6, b. March 15, 1768: Sarah 6, Miriam 6, Bedotha 6 and Darling 6.
JONATHAN 6 had ch Enos B. 7 and Lois 7.
NATHANIEL 6 had ch. Jude 7, Joshua 7, Sarah 7, Margaret 7, Pierpont 7, b. 1795, Harriet 7 and Mabel 7.
CORNELIUS 6 m. Mary Bacheler and had ch. Susan 7, Lydia 7, Mary 7, Sarah 7, Lewis 7, Jeremiah 7, and Cornelius 7.
BEZALEEL 6 d. Sept. 20, 1850, m. Sophia Johnson and had s. Jonathan H. 7 and three daus.
HEZEKIAH 4, of Setauket, b. 1710, had ch. William 5, b. abt. 1734; Rebecca 5, b. 1736; Hezekiah 5, b. 1738; Spencer 5, b. 1740; Mary 5, b. 1743 and Ami 5, b. 1745.
SPENCER 5, of St. George's Manor, L. I., had ch. William 6, b. 1768; Phebe 6, b. 1774 and Robert 6, b. 1784.
WILLIAM 6, of Middletown Point, Monmouth Co., N. J. m. Elizabeth Herbert and had ch. Spencer 7, b. March 4, 1795; Hannah 7, Obadiah 7, Eliza H. 7, John Herbert 7, William 7.
SPENCER 7 had ch. Adelia 8, Sarah 8, Herbert 8, b. March 21, 1829; Hannah 8, and William Spencer 8, b. Jan. 10, 1832, of Greenport, who m. Sarah Brown.
OBADIAH 7, of Wading River, L. I. had ch. Sereno 8, b. Dec. 1, 1845, who m. Hattie Floyd; Sarah W. 8 and Kate 8.
JOHN HERBERT 7 had s. John J. 8 b. 1836, who m. Mary Seward.
ROBERT 6, of Speonk, d. April 24, 1826, m. Hannah Phillips and had ch. Noah 7, Orrin 7, b. 1808, Celinda 7 and Marietta J. 7.
ORRIN 7 had w. Mehetabel and ch. Elizabeth 8, b. 1833; George W. 8, b. 1836 and John R. 8, b. 1842.
NATHANIEL 4, b. abt 1715, of Setauket, had s. Tuttle 5.
TUTTLE 5 m. Elizabeth Turner and had ch. Tryphena 6, Isaac 6, Nathaniel 6 b. 1770, and Samuel 6 b. 1772.
NATHANIEL 6, of Riverhead, d. 1809, had ch. Miriam 7, w. of John Edwards, Nathaniel 7, of Manor, William 7, Ruth 7, Eleazer 7, Tuttle 7.
NATHANIEL 7 had ch. Richard 8, William 8, Elizabeth 8, Jemima 8, and Mary 8.
WILLIAM 7 had ch. David 8, Andrew 8, George 8 of Port Jefferson.
SAMUEL 6 d. in Port Jefferson March 25, 1853, m. Mary Goodwin, and had ch. Tuttle 7, b. Aug. 20 1796; Joseph 7, b. Jan. 1798; Mary 7, Robert W. 7, Samuel 7, Louisa 7, Charles 7, Tryphena 7, Elizabeth 7, and Orange Webb 7.
TUTTLE 7 d. June 24, 1861, m. Ruth Tucker and had ch. Tuttle Orrin 8 Charles Edwin 8, George M. 8 b. Jan. 10, 1831, Erastus Gardiner 8, Joshua N. 8, Mary C. 8, Eliza M. 8, Ruth A. 8, Hannah M. 8.
TUTTLE ORRIN 8, of Pt. Jefferson, m. Mary Jones and had ch. Charles E. 9, who m. Mary Lee; Mary E. 9, Margaret L. 9, Georgiana M. 9,
Mary T. 9, Ruth I. 9, Tuttle O. 9.
CHARLES EDWIN 8 m. Amy S. Roe and had ch. Ruth E. 9, Amy T. 9, Charles E. 9, Erastus G. 9, William Roe 9.
GEORGE M. 8 had ch. George Tuttle 9, b. June 22, 1856, and d's who d. young.
ERASTUS G. 8, of Athens, N. Y. m. Sarah M. Slater and had s. Orrin S. 9.
JOSEPH 7, of Moriches, m. Jemima Robinson and had ch. Jemima 8, w. of Thos. Tuttle, Joseph 8 and David 8.
JOSEPH 8 m. Catharine Tuttle and had s. Joseph 9.
DAVID 8 m. Cynthia Holliday and had ch. Isanna 9, Robert W. 9, b. April 22, 1803, m. Hannah Dewick and had s. Samuel G. 10, of City Island, N. Y. who m. Lousa Ales.
SAMUEL 7 d. 1866, had s. Dallas 8, of Delta, Mich., who d. 1868.
ORANGE WEBB 7 had ch. Mary 8, Elizabeth M. 8, and Geo. Warren 8, of New-York, b. Jan. 9, 1836.
Burke's Gen. Armory mentions a Dayton family of Bedfordshire and one family of Deighton also as using a coat of arms.
 

DOMINY FAMILY

At a very early day, and long before 1700, the Dominy family came to East-Hampton. The first ancestor is reported to have died young. Their origin was Irish. Their character has been positive, their genius inventive. Their line runs thus: Nathaniel 1, Nathaniel 2, Nathaniel 3, Nathaniel 4, Nathaniel 5, Felix 6, Nathaniel 7, Nathaniel, Jr. 8. The last two are now living.
NATHANIEL 7 had w. Sybil Mulford and ch. in the following order: Nathaniel, Jr. 8, Henry 8, Harriet 8 who married (???) Kellog, Felix 8, Jeremiah Miller 8, Washington Tyson 8, Mary 8, Chas. Mulford 8.

EDWARDS FAMILY

David M. Edwards, of Sayville, N. Y., has prepared the following genealogy of the ancient family whose name he bears.
WILLIAM EDWARDS 1 settled in East-Hampton before the year 1651, probably in 1650, passing through Lynn and Taunton, Mass. There are good reasons for believing that he, his wife Ann and one child, came from Maidstone, county of Kent, England. He seems to have been a man of mind, heart and means, fully up to the average of his fellow townsman.
1 WILLIAM 1 d. 1685 m. Ann (???) r. East-Hampton, ch. 2 John 2, 3 Thomas 2, 4 Ephraim 2, probably d. y. and um. 5 Sarah 2, 6 Annie 2, 7 Elizabeth 2, 8 Hannah 2.
2 JOHN 2 d. 1693, md. Mary Stansborough, r. East-Hampton, ch. 10 Thomas 3, 11 Josiah 3, 12 John 3, 13 William 3 and Sarah 3 who md. James Stansborough 1703, Margaret 3 who md. Isaac Stretton 1703 and (???) who md. Samuel Daniels. A copy of his will dated Aug. 25, 1685, is in the possession of the writer of this.
3 THOMAS 2 d. April 16, 1698, md. Abigal (???) r. East-Hampton, ch. 14 Ephraim 3, 15 Thomas 3, 16 Daniel 3, 17 William 3, he moved to Cape May, N. J. 18 Alice 3, 19 Abigail 3, 20 Jane 3, 21 Elizabeth 3, 22 Esther 3. He left a will dated 1698 in E. H. town records.
5 Sarah 2 md. 1st Nathaniel Dominy, 2d Robert More, r. East-Hampton
6 Annie 2 md. John Squires, r. East-Hampton.
7 Elizabeth 2 md. (???) Baker, r. East-Hampton.
8 Hannah 2 md. William Bundle, r. East-Hampton.
10 THOMAS 3 b. 1668, d. 1736, md. Mary (???) r. East-Hampton, ch. 25 John 4. 26 James 4, 27 Thomas 4 d. y. 28 Sarah 4, bab. 1702, 29 David 4, 30 Mary 4, 31 Jeremiah 4, d. y. 32 Elizabeth 4 d. y. 33 Daniel 4, 34 Hannah 4, 35 Rachel 4. He left a will recorded in New-York city, dated 1736.
11 JOSIAH 3 d. 1713, md. Mary Churchill of Wethersfield, Ct., r. East-Hampton,
ch. 36 Josiah 4, 37 Churchill 4, 38 David 4, 39 Jonathan 4, 40 Mercy 4, 41 Nathaniel 4, 42 Mary 4, 43 Joseph 4, 44 William 4, d. y. 1725, 45 Martha 4 who md. William Barnes 1732 and lived in East-Hampton. He left a will dated 1712 recorded in New-York. Feb. 11 a child of Josiah's died; Feb. 13 the wife and mother died and on the 14th, Josiah himself died. After this the children went to Wethersfield and found homes among their mother's people. Mrs. A E. Stocking, of Cromwell, Ct., has a record of descendants of Josiah.
12 JOHN 3 d. 1727, md. Anna (???) r. East-Hampton, ch. 46 John 4, bap. 1701, d. 1727; 47 Annie 4, 48 Elishaba 4, 49 Frances 4, d. 1722, 50 Phebe 4, b. 1718, d. 1738, 51 Esther 4, 52 Jerusha 4, 53 Elizabeth 4, b. 1726 d. 1737, 54 Timothy 4, 55 Henry 4, 56 John 4. He left a will dated 1728, recorded in New-York city. His occupation was that of cordwinder.
13 WILLIAM 3 md. Alice Dayton; ch. 57 Abigail 4, 58 William 4, d. y. 59 William 4 b. 1705, 60 Ebenezer 4.
14 EPHRAIM 3 md. Sarah (???); ch. 65 Elizabeth 4, bap. 1699, 66 Ephraim 4, bap. 1701. About 1701 he moved to Cape May, N. J. After some years his name occurs several times in the town records, but trace of his family is lost.
15 THOMAS 3 d. 1739, aged 67; um.
16 DANIEL 3 md. Mrs. Jane Brown, 1711, and had son Daniel 4, bap. 1715. He confessed to church covenant 1735.
25 JOHN 4 b. about 1699, d. after 1760, md. Mary Dibble 1716, r. Amagansett; ch. 90 Thomas 5, 91 Joseph 5, 92 Jacob 5 bap. 1720, 93 Eunice 5, 94 Lewis 5, 95 Elizabeth 5 d. ??. 96 Jeremiah 5. 97 Mehetable 5, 98 Hannah 5, 99 Jane 5 bap. 1737, 100 John 5, 101 Stephen 5, 102 Mary 5, 103 Phebe 5 bap. 1746, 104 Elizabeth 5. He made a will in 1757, mentioning thirteen children by name. In 1760 he made another changing some of the bequests. Both of these wills are in the possession of the heirs of David A. Edwards, of Wainscott.
26 JAMES 4 b. 1701, d. 1739, md. Abigail Johnson 1723; ch. 106 Joseph 5, 107 Abigail 5 bap. 1731, 108 Phebe 5.
29 DAVID 4 d. probably 1781, md. 1st Alice Leek, d. 1742, md. 2d widow Elizabeth Baily; ch. 110 Abraham 5, 111 Richard 5, bap. 1744, 112 Alice 5, 113 Mercy 5, all by 1st wife. He confessed to church covenant, 1732.
28 Sarah 4 md. James Hodgekins, r. Guilford, Ct
33 DANIEL 4 bap. 1701, md. Rachel Conklin, she d. 1790; ch. 114 Daniel 5, 115 Temperance 5, bap 1737, 116 Elizabeth 5 bap. 1748.
34 Hannah 4 md. Josiah Glover, r. Oyster Bay, L. I.
54 TIMOTHY 4 md. Ruth (???) ch. 151 John 5, 152 Henry 5, 153 David 5, 154 Jonathan 5, 155 Timothy 5. He was a weaver by occupation, and moved to Dutches Co., N. Y. Letters of adms. of the estate of Timothy Edwards were granted 1785 and recorded in New-York city.
56 JOHN 4 b. 1727 d. 1798. See division No. 2, below.
60 EBENEZER 4 b. 1708, d. 1771, or thereabouts, r. Southampton; ch. 168 Ebeneze 5 d. y. 169 Hannah 5, bap. 1734, 170 Timothy 5, 171 Ebenezer 5, 172 Alice 5, 173 William 5, 174 Phebe 5, 175 Daniel 5, 176 David 5, 177 Abigail 5. He confessed to church convenant 1732 In 1747 he sold his farm at East-Hampton for 350 and settled in Southampton. He left a will recorded in New-York city.
61 DANIEL 4 bap. 1715 md. (???) ch. 130 Joseph 5, b. -- d. 1775.
90 THOMAS 5, see division No 3 below.
96 JEREMIAH 5 bap. 1728, r. Amagansett. He md. (???) and (???) His wife and daughter both d. 1744. He probably md. again as he is mentioned in his father's will as having heirs in 1757.
100 JOHN 5, see division No. 4 belew.
101 STEPHEN 5, see division No. 5 below.
106 JOSEPH 5, see division No. 6 below.
110 ABRAHAM 5, see division No. 7 below.
93 EUNICE 5 b. 1722, md. Stephen Cooper.
97 MEHETABLE 5 b. 1732, md. (???) King, 1759.
171 EBENEZER 5 b. about 1736. In 1780 he was in Farmington, Ct., a refugee. In later years he lived in N. Y. City, unmd. He was known as "Major Ben."
176 DAVID 5 b. about 1744, md. Lucretia Payne, of Bridge-Hampton, and had son William 6, b. 1765. Before his son William 6 was born he went away from home and never returned. Very soon after William was born the mother died. About 1790 William came from N. Y. City
where he had been living with his uncle "Major Ben," married Elizabeth Liscomb, of Sayville, bought property at Speonk and settled there and became noted as a large land owner. They had ch. Olive 7, Silas 7, Elizabeth 7, Nancy 7, William 7, Maltby 7, Charra 7. Of these Oliver 7 md. Elizabeth Turner, and had ch. Louisa 8, Jesse 8, Oliver 8, Augusta 8, Jane 8, Phebe 8 and Fannie 8. Silas 7 md. Mary Rogers and had ch. Smith 8, Moses 8, Parmelia 8, Mary 8, Maltby 8, Charrie 8, Gilbert H. 8 and Mildred L. 8.
Elizabeth 7 md. Robert Gordon, r. Moriches.
Nancy 7 md. John Laraby, r. Moriches.
WILLIAM 7 md. Rachel Clark, r. Greenport, and had ch. William 8, James 8 and Charles 8.
MALTBY 7 b. 1800, d. 1875, md. Hannah Bishop, r. Moriches, and had ch. William F. 8, Hannah M. 8, Maltby G. 8, Elizabeth 8 and Mary 8.
Charra 7 md. Jonathan Hallock.

DIVISION No. 2.
56 JOHN 4 b. 1727, d. 1797, md. Mehetable Russell, r. Southampton; ch. 1 John, 2 Silas, 3 Ann, 4 Phebe, 5 Lucretia, 6 Jemima. He left a will dated March 15, 1794, recorded in Riverhead.
1 JOHN 5 b. 1749, d. 1829, md. Mercy VanScoy, ch. 7 Russell, 8 Isaac, 9 John, 10 Abraham, 11 Patience, 12 Matsie. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary war and drew a soldier's pension in later years.
2 SILAS 5 had ch. 13 Sally, 14 Betsey, 15 Esther, 16 Phebe, 17 Abby, 18 Henry, 19 Silas, 19 1/2 Thomas.
3 Ann 5 md. Henry Edwards, son of 106 Joseph, see division No. 6.
4 Phebe 5 md. Braddock Corey.
5 Lucretia 5 md. Aaron Drake.
6 Jemima 5 md. Samuel Crook.
7 RUSSELL 6 b. 1779, d. 1836, md. Temperance Howell 1801; ch 20 Jermiah, 21 Elizabeth H., 22 John R., 23 Joshua B., 24 Lydia, 25 Charles P. 26 Sarah W., 27 Matsee, 28 Lewis R., 29 Phebe.
8 ISAAC 6 d. 1846, m. Betsy VanBushkirk, r. Sag-Harbor, ch 30 Woodruf, 31 Lawrence. 32 Henry, 33 David O., 34 Elizabeth, 34 1/2 Mary, 35 Eugenia, 36 Andrew, who went to Cal.
9 JOHN 6 d. 1858, md. Deborah Penny, r. Bridge-Hampton; ch. 37 Joseph A., 38 Lodowick H., 39 John P., 40 Deborah C., 41 Mary J., 42 Frances, 43 Hannah, 44 Charlotte, 45 Henrietta. He was in the war of 1812.
10 ABRAHAM 6 b. 1795, d. 1856, md. 1st Lydia Foster and 2d Lucy Downs, ch. 46 Catherine, 47 Sidney, d. y. 48 Anna, 49 Lydia, 50 Austin, 51 Orlando. He was a soldier in the war of 1812, and drew the soldier's pension, and lived in Good Ground.
11 Patience 6 md. Gilbert Budd, r. Noyac.
12 Matsie 6 md. Thomas Smith, r. Sag-Harbor.
13 Sally 6 md. Samuel Bennett, r. Amagansett.
14 Betsy 6 md. Peleg Sherman, r. Sag-Harbor.
15 Esther 6 md. (???) Babcock, r. Sag-Harbor.
16 Phebe 6 md. Daniel Payne, r. Noyac.
17 Abby 6 md. Henry Bennett, r. Three Mile Harbor.
18 HENRY 6 ch. 52 Henry, 53 Cornelia, 54 Ablis. They reside in Ct.
20 JEREMIAH 7 b. 1802, d. 1865, md. Catherine Ackerman, r. N. Y. city. ch. 55 Charles, 56 John, 57 Catherine, 58 Esther, 59 Celia d. y., 60 Saraphine, 61 George W. d. y., 62 Jeremiah.
21 Elizabeth 7 b. 1804, d. 1860, md. Henry Edwards. See 33 Henry, division No. 6.
22 JOHN 7 b. 1805, d. 1823, unmd.
23 JOSHUA 7 b. 1807, d. 1876, md. Lucinda Clark 1832, r. N. Y. city; ch. 63 Charles A., 64 Emily J. d. y., 65 Emilie J.
24 Lydia 7 b. 1820, md. William R. Gandy, r. in Cal.
25 CHARLES 7 b. 1812, d. 1882, md. Alice May, r. N. Y. city; ch. 66 Harriet, 67 Charles H. d. y.
26 Sarah 7 b. 1809, d. 1875, md. Watson Edwards. See 40 Watson, division No. 5.
27 Matsey 7 b. 1817. d. 1852, md. Alfred Ranger, r. Northwest, L. I.
28 LEWIS R. 7 b. 1814, d. 1896, md. Polly Crook, 1837, r. Noyac; ch 68 Mary E., 69 Adelia C., 70 Emily C., 71 Oscar B., 72 Charles M., 73 Frank L., 74 Lewis R.
29 Phebe A. 7 b. 1822, d. 1885, md. Albert Williamson, r. Good Ground.
30 WOODRUF 7 b. 1846, md. 1st Phebe Brown and 2d Catherine Gardiner; ch. none; was lost at sea; r. Sag. Harbor.
31 LAWRENCE 7 b. 1814, d. 1878, md. 1st Susan J. Rogers and had 100 Henry, 101 Joseph C., 102 Anna R. and 103 Susan J. Md. 2d wife in Lynn, Mass. and went to Cal. and died there.
32 HENRY 7 md. Mary J. Green, r. Sag-Harbor; died at sea; ch. 75 Manetta, 76 Belle, 77 Carrie, 78 Henry.
33 DAVID O. 7 b. 1817, d. 1893, md. Ida Beebe, r. Sag-Harbor, ch. 104 Alletta, 105 Anna d. y. 106 Elbert.
34 Elizabeth 7 md. Stewart Hand, and went to Cal.
35 Eugenia 7 b. 1827, md. Henry Stewart, r. Brooklyn.
37 JOSEPH A. 7 b. 1819, md. 1st Caroline Snook, 2d Lydia Frazer, r. Hays City, Kansas; ch. 79 Mary, 80 Helen, 81 John, 82 Eliza, 83 Henry, 84 Eva, 85 Byron; the two last by 2d wife.
38 LODWICK 7 b. 1824, d. 1858, md. Lucy Avery, r. Sag-Harbor; ch. 86 Maria, 87 Deborah, 88 Oscar.
39 JOHN P. 7 b. 1830, md. Sarah Hayes, r. Colorado; ch. Minnie and Oscar.
40 Deborah 7 b. 1814, md. Henry Snook, 1835, r. South Glastenbury, Ct.
41 Mary Jane 7, b. 1819, d. 1894, md. Henry B. Tuthill, 1838, r. East-Hampton.
42 Frances 7 b. 1823, md. Atwater Hale, r. Glastenbury, Ct.
43 Hannah 7 b. 1825, md. William White, r. Sag-Harbor.
44 Charlotte 7 b. 1827, md. Samuel Polley, r. Sag-Harbor.
45 Henrietta 7 b. 1833, md. Charles Douglass, r. Glastenbury, Ct.
46 Catherine 7 b. 1819, md. Benjamin Wells, r. Southold.
47 Sidney 7 d. y.
48 Anna 7 b. 1842, md. Jarvis Skidmore, r. Islip, L. I.
49 Lydia 7, b. 1853, d. 1879, md. Egbert Raynor, r. Good Ground.
50 AUSTIN 7 b. 1849, md. Helen J. Anderson, 1880, r. Southampton; ch. 91 Georgiana, 92 Louisa, 93 Emma J.
51 ORLANDO 7 b. 1844, d. 1863, unmd. He was a private soldier in the 127th Regt. N. Y. S. volunteers, Col. Wm. Gurney. His death resulted from fatigue and exposure at the battle of Bull Run.
55 Charles H. 8 b. 1826, d. 1848, unmd.
56 JOHN L. 8 b. 1828, d. 1857, md. Mary A. Walker, r. N. Y. city; ch. 94 William, living in Nebraska, 95 Ida L., 96 John H. d. y. 97 Mary L.
57 Catherine 8, md. Henry Wright.
58 Esther 8, md. Charles S. Smith.
59 Seraphine 8, md. E. W. Streeper.
62 JEREMIAH 8 b. 1839, md. Julia L. Hand, r. Brooklyn; ch. 98 Lewis R. d. y. 99 Mary R.
65 Emilie J. 8, md. James B. D. McNab, 1872, r. N. Y. city.
66 Harriet 8 b. 1839, md. 1st Richard Riker, 2d W. H. Schermerhorn, r. N. Y. city.
68 Mary E. 8 b. 1838. md. 1st James Neal, 2d William Squires, r. Mecox
69 Adelia 8 md. William Squires, r. Mecox.
70 Emily C. 8 b. 1845, d. 1877, md. George Hedges, r. Noyac.
71 OSCAR B. 8 b. 1847, md. Annie E. Sampson, r. Bridge-Hampton; ch. Oscar W., Fred, Rutherford, Fannie M., Emma, Margaret O., Georgiana, Annie, Russell and Miriam.
72 Charles H. 8, b. 1850, md. Mary Warren, r. Brooklyn; ch. Clara and Anna.
73 Frank L. 8 b. 1854, md. Mattie Terrell, r. New Haven, Ct.; ch. Holland, Ethel, Leslie.
74 Lewis R. 8 b. 1856, md. Nettie Havens, r. Noyac; ch. Maud.
75 Manette 8, md. (???) Barnes, r. N. Y. city.
76 Belle 8, md. (???) Havens, r. N. Y. city.
86 Maria 8, md. William Conklin. r. East-Hampton.
87 Deborah 8, md. John Goodrich, r. Glastenbury, Ct.
88 Oscar 8, md. Hattie Perkins, r. Noank, Ct.
100 Henry L. 8, he enlisted in the 2d N. Y. State Cavalry, under Gen. Phil. Sheridan, and was killed in the Shenandoah valley in 1864, aged 24; unmd.
101 Joseph 8, md. Emma Jerome, r. Cal., ch. Manetta.
102 Anna R. 8, md. William M. Pierson, lawyer, r. Cal.
103 Susan 8, md. William A. Jennings, r. Cal.
104 Aletta B. 8, md. Robert Cochrane, and has daughter Carrie.
106 Elbert 8, md. (???) r. N. Y. ch. a son.
This division ends with 8th generation.

DIVISION No. 3.
90 THOMAS 5 b. 1717, d. 1784, md. Anna Barnes, r. Amagansett; ch. 1 Jonathan, 2 Thomas, 3 Elizabeth, 4 Phebe, 5 Isaac, 6 Esther, 7 Anna, 8 Temperance, 9 Mehetable.
1 JONATHAN 6 b. 1747, d. 1829, md. 1st Hannah Miller, 2d Lucretia Lester, r. Amagansett; ch. 10 Isaac B., 11 Jonathan, 12 Daniel, 13 Hannah,
14 Josiah, 15 Thomas, 16 Mary. 17 Hezekiah, 18 Temperance, 19 Henry.
2 THOMAS 6 b. 1753, d. 1835, md, 1st Mary Gardiner, 2d Mary White, 3d Hannah Conklin, r. Amagansett; ch. 20 Samuel by 1st wife, 21 Polly by 2d wife.
5 ISAAC 6 b. 1760, d. 1825, md. Ruth Homan, r. Springs; ch. 22 Lewis, 23 Sylvanus, 24 Isaac, 25 Annie, 26 Phebe, 27 Mary A.
4 Phebe 6 md. David Talmadge; 3 Elizabeth 6 d. unm.
6 Esther 6 md. 1st (???) Hedges, 2d (???) Sandford.
7 Anna 6 md. Ezekiel Payne.
8 Temperance 6 md. Benjamin Miller.
9 Mehitable 6 md. (???) Talmadge.
10 ISAAC B. 7 b. 1776, d. 1856, md. Phebe Barnes, r. Amagansett; ch. 30 Nathaniel, 31 Polly, 32 Isaac B., 33 Phebe T., 34 Fanny, 35 Jonathan.
11 JONATHAN 7 b. 1777, d. 1859, md. Lydia Sandford, r. Franklin, N. Y.; ch. 37 Sherald d. y., 38 Esther, 39 Harriet, 40 Julia, 41 Elishaba, 42 Daniel d. y., 43 Austin.
12 DANIEL 7 b. 1778, d. 1859, md. Mehetable Sanford, r. Amaganset; ch. 44 Hannah, 49 Daniel, 50 Mary.
14 JOSIAH 7 b. 1781, d. 1859, md. Mary Davis, 1813, r. Franklyn, N. Y.; ch. 51 Henry, 52 Temperance, 53 Mary, 54 Lucretia, 55 William d. y.
15 THOMAS 7 b. 1772, d. 1859, md. Vashti Shirrell, r. Amagansett; ch.
56 Mary C., 57 Irena, d. y. 58 Thomas M., 59 Lydia, 60 Sophronia, d. y. 61 Eliza, 62 Ely H., 63 Edwin H., 64 Nathaniel H.
17 HEZEKIAH 7 b. 1790, d. 1864, md. 1st Lucretia Lester, 2d Clarisa J. Hulse, r. Amagansett; ch. 65 Hannah by 1st wife, 66 Hezekiah b. 1863, d. 1889, unmd.
19 HENRY 7 b. 1795, d. 1881, md. Clarisa Kent, r. Franklyn, N. Y. ch. none.
13 Hannah 7 b. 1780, d. 1862, md. Jonathan Barnes, r. Amagansett.
16 Mary 7 b. 1785, d. 1835, md. Moses Clark, r. Moriches.
18 Temperance 7 b. 1791, d. 1863, md. Knowles Smith, r. Sag-Harbor.
20 SAMUEL 7 b. 1778, d. 1873, md. Rebecca Haynes, r. Amagansett; ch. 67 Thomas, 68 Mary G. md. Charles Parsons, 69 Nancy md. George Stratton.
22 LEWIS 7 b. 1784, d. 1865, md. 1st Mary Miller, 2d Phebe Howell, r. Springs; ch. 70 Sylvanus, 71 Sine as M., 72 Mary E.
23 SYLVANUS 7 b. 1790, d. 1860, md. Sarah Brown, r. Orient; ch. 73 Lewis A., 74 David B., 75 Isaac S., 76 John B., 77 James S., 78 Sarah A. 79 Mary H., 80 Phebe C., 81 Amelia d. y. 81 1/2 Henry d. y.
24 ISAAC 7 b. 1803, d. 1888, md. Hannah Edwards, 1825, see 44 Hannah below, r. Springs; ch. 82 Annie, 83 Henry L., 84 Sophronia, 85 Isaac S., 86 Harriet, 87 Hannahett, 88 George.
25 Annie 7 b. 1786, d. 1844, md. Asa Miller, r. Springs.
26 Phebe 7 b. 1799, d. 1885, md. Smith S. Miller, r.
30 NATHANIEL 8 b. 1806, d. 1885, md. Irena Bennett, r. Amagansett, ch. 100 Albert B., 101 Joshua B., 102 Charles B., 103 Jesse B., 104 Frances, 105 Gabriel, 106 William H
32 ISAAC B. 8 b. 1809, d. 1859, md. Thankful Miller, 1834, r. Amagansett; ch. 107 Mary C., 108 Nancy, 109 Eliza, 110 Jenette H., 111 Althea, 112 Joseph.
35 JONATHAN 8 b. 1826, md. 1st Emeline Shepard, 2d Phebe Edwards, see 131 Phebe below, r. Amagansett; ch 113 John S., 114 Elmer W., 115 Florence, 116 Hannah, 117 Isaac B., 118 Belinda A., 119 Mary E., all by 1st wife.
31 Polly 8 b. 1806, d. 1851, md. Caleb Duval, r. North Haven, L. I.
33 Phebe 8 b. 1819, md. Samuel Mulford, r. Amagansett ch. Dr. Edgar
34 Fanny 8 b. 1822, d. 1880, md. Albert Bennett, r. Amagansett.
38 Esther 8 md. 1st (???) Tracy, 2d (???)Canfleld.
39 Harriet 9 md. Morris Vail.
40 Julia B. 8 md. Ransom Sheppard.
41 Elizabeth B. 8 md. David Dewey.
43 AUSTIN 8 b. 1817, d. 1864, md. Ann Fairling, 1837, r. Franklyn, N. Y.; ch. 120 Sherald, 121 Bliss A.. 122 Austin, 123 Jonathan, 124 Vashti, 125 Mary Ann, 126 Julia, 127 Esther, 128 Elishaba, 129 Kate, 130 Thomas M
45 HENRY S. 8 b. 1806, d. 1870, md. Rachel Miller, r. Amagansett; ch. 131 Phebe A., md. 1st Albert Edwards, see 100 Albert below; md. 2d Jonathan Edwards, see 35 Jonathan above; 132 Helen M. who md. Dr. (???) Robinson, 1835, and r. in Brooklyn, and 133 Sarah who md. H. H. Benjamin, 1858, r. Riverhead.
44 Hannah 8 md. Isaac Edwards, see 24 Isaac above, r. Springs.
46 Charlotte 8 b. 1812, d. 1874, md. William White.
47 Sophronia 8 b. 1815, d. 1805, md. Abraham Leek, r. Amagansett.
48 Harriet 8 b. 1820, md. John Vail.
50 Mary 8 b. 1829, md. 1st Amzi Lester, 2d Gardiner B. Topping, r. Sagaponack, L. I.
51 HENRY 8 b. 1805, md. Laura Bardsley, 1839, r. Franklyn, N. Y., ch. none.
52 Temperance 8 b. 1818, md. Sherman Barnes, 1844, r. Franklyn.
53 Mary 8 md. George Jackson, 1849, r. Cold Water, Mich.
54 Lucretia 8 md. David Bardsley, 1847, r. Franklyn.
56 Mary C. 8 b. 1810, d. 1862, md. Stephen B. Bennett.
58 THOMAS M. 8 b. 1814, md. Catherine M. Barnes, r. Amagansett; ch. 147 Nathaniel d. y., 149 Kate M. b. 1851, md. Benjamin H. Terry.
59 Lydia H. 8 b. 1816, md. Jeremiah Conklin.
61 Eliza 8 b. 1820, md. William H. Babcock.
62 Ely H. 8 b. 1822, d. 1851, md. Eliza T. Wheeler, r. Sag-Harbor, ch. none.
63 EDWIN H. 8 b. 1824, md. Mary Loper, 1850, r. New Haven, Ct.; ch. 150 Elizabeth, 151 Thomas M., 152 Arthur G., 153 Harriet M., 154 George H., 155 Edgar B., 156 Phebe, 157 Neliie H., 158 Herbert W.
64 NATHANIEL H. 8 b. 1826, d. 1890, md. Betsy Schellinger, 1861, r. Amagansett; ch. 159 Antoinette md. George S. Baker, 160 Josephine md. E. B. Leek, r. Amagansett, 161 Ferdinand C. d. y.
65 Hannah 8 md. Jonathan Miller, r. Springs.
67 THOMAS 8 b. 1812, d. 1887, md. Frances M. Conklin, r. Amagansett; ch. 162 Maria F. md. Charles T. Hand, 163 Julia A. md. J. T. Parsons.
70 SYLVANUS G. 8 b. 1810, d. 1864, md. Marietta Terry, 1832, r. Springs ch. 164 Eliza M. md. Timothy L. Miller, 1889, 165 Amanda md. Jeremian Baker.
71 SINNEUS M. 8 b. 1812, md. Clarisa M. Lester, 1845, r. Springs; ch. Phebe d. unmd.
72 Mary E. 8 b. 1827, md. Daniel Edwards; see 22 Daniel, div. No. 6.
73 LEWIS A. 8 b. 1811, d. 1879, md. 1st Mary Smith, 2d Mary J. Livingston,
3d Emma Beers, r. Orient; ch. 167 James L.. 168 Gilbert S, both d. y.
74 DAVID B. 8 b. 1818, md. 1st Teressa J. Case, 2d Hattie L. King, r. Orient; ch. 169 Arabelle J. d. y., 170 Lewis A., 171 Rudolph M. d. y., 172 Thaddeus S., 173 Della.
75 ISAAC S. 8 b. 1821, d. 1880, md. Eliza Tuthill, r. Orient; ch. 174 Emma G., 175 Nathaniel O., 176 Annie, 177 Mary L., 178 Elizabeth d. y., 179 George L., 180 Edward S., 181 Sarah W.
76 JOHN B. 8 b. 1823, d. 1876 of yellow fever in S. A. md. 1st Jane A. Winters, 2d Sarah McCarty, r. Orient; ch 182 Phebe, 180 Jane d. y.
77 JAMES S. 8 b. 1837, d. 1861, md. Mary L. Thomas, r. Orient; ch. 184 Mary E. d. y., 185 Kate L., b. 1862, md. William E. Genung.
78 Sarah A. 8 b. 1813, d. 1852, md. Capt. James Davis, 2d Jas. Terhune
79 Mary H. 8 b. 1816, d. 1855, md. Seth Tabor.
80 Phebe O. 8 b. 1825, md. George K. Rackett.
82 Annie 8 b. 1829, md. Solomon Bailey.
83 Henry L. 8 b. 1831, md. Alma Bourne, r. Amagansett, ch. none.
84 Sophronia 8, b. 1833, d. 1856, md. George Bucher.
85 ISAAC S. 8 b. 1835, md. Alice Lain, r. Springs; ch. 186 Morton H. 187 Emma L. md. Hiram Miller, 188 William L., 188 1/2 Essie B., 189 Ervin L.
86 Harriet 8 b. 1838, md. Barney Smith.
87 Hannah E. 8 b. 1840, md. C. M. Griffing.
88 GEORGE B. 8 1844, md. Martha Tuthill, r. Springs, ch. Bertha, b. 1872.
Here ends the 8th generation.
100 ALBERT B. 9 d. 1873, md. Phebe Edwards, see 131 Phebe, division No. 3, r. Amagansett; ch Alice I. b. 1850, md. John Vail, r. East Marion. Albert E. b. 1863, md. Edith Smith, r. Southampton; Charles S. b. 1865, md. Edith Leek, r. Amagansett; Nellie R. b. 1867, md. Frank A. Rackett, r. East Marion.
101 JOSHUA B. 9 b. 1830, md. Delia Conklin, 1868, r. Amagansett; ch. Herbert, Everett J., Rose B., David and Samuel.
103 JESSE B. 9 b. 1835, md. Maria E. Havens, r. Amagansett; ch. Ella T. B. 1865, Clinton H. who md. Mary Ward 1895, Carrie B., Lena M.
104 Frances 9 b. 1841, md. James Conklin, r. Nangatuck, Ct.
105 GABRIEL 9 b. 1846, md. Ella Manwarring, 1871, r. Amagansett; ch. Edith md. Everett Babcock, Belle, Nathaniel, Irene.
106 WILLIAM 9, md. Emma Oakley, r. Amagansett.
107 Mary G. b. 1836, md. Frank Lawrence, r. Amagansett.
108 Nancy 9 b. 1839, md. John B. Lawrence, r. East-Hampton.
109 Eliza 9 b. 1841 md. Henry Tillinghast, r. East-Hampton.
110 Jenette 9 b. 1843, md. Samuel Sherman, 1873, r. Amagansett.
111 Althea 9 b. 1845, md. William T. Baker, r. Amagansett.
112 Joseph M. 9 b. 1847, m. Jennie Preston, r. Amagansett,
113 JOHN S. 9 b. 1850, d. 1881, md 1st Emma Clark, ch. Annie b. 1887; md. 2 Genevieve Manwarring, ch. Pauline, May M., Frank H.
114 ELMER W. 9 b. 1854, md. 1st Clara J. Dennis. ch. Clara J. who md. Robert Griffing; md. 2d Nancy Loper, ch. Emeline, Nancy, Elmer W.
115 Florence 9 b. 1857, md. Samuel Fields, r. East-Hampton.
116 Hannah 9 b. 1859, md. Pulaski Bennett, r. Amagansett.
117 ISAAC B. 9 b. 1860, md. Lizzie Gardiner, r. East Marion; ch. Leroy G., Irene E., Edna G. Lizzie E.
118 Belinda A. 9 b. 1865, md. Wm. Potter, r. Virginia.
170 LEWIS A. 9 b. 1848, d. 1887, unmd. r. Orient.
172 THADDEUS S. 9 b. 1853, d. 1884, md. Mary E. Topping, r. Sagaponack; ch. William and Floyd.
173 Della 9 b. 1858, d. 1886 unmd.
174 Emma G. 9, md. William H. Holmes.
175 NATHANIEL 9 b. 1852, md Mary L. Gilbert, r. Brooklyn; ch. Grace H., Margueritte d. y., Charles G., Natalie.
176 Anna S. 9, md. Fred H. Anthony.
177 Mary L. 9, md. John T. Morris.
179 GEORGE 9, md. Addie J. Brown, r. Orient; ch. Mildred, Irma D.
180 EDWARD S. 9, md. Mary A. Terry, r. Orient; ch. Isaac T. Rachel D.
181 Sarah W. 9, md. Charles N. Bellows.
182 Phebe A. 9 b. 1844, md. 1st N. W. Hansom, 2d Frank Taylor.

DIVISION No. 4.
100 JOHN 5 b. 1738, in Amagansett, d. 1826 in Sayville, md. Sarah (???) r. Sayville; ch. 1 Sarah, 2 Matthew, 3 Stephen, 4 Catherine, 5 John, 5 1/2 Mary. He was in the French and Indian war in the northern part of N. Y. 1758 and 59. At the close of the war he came back to L. I., married and settled in Sayville in 1761.
1 Sarah 6 b. 1762. She md. and at the close of the Revolutionary war moved away, and trace of them has been lost.
2 MATTHEW 6 b. 1764, d. 1838, md. 1st Elizabeth Morris, 2d Mrs. Jemima Smith, r. Sayville; ch. 6 Jeremiah, 7 Reuben, 8 Elizabeth, 9 Charity, 10 Martha, 11 Jemima, 12 Matthew d. y., 13 Mary, 14 James M., all by first wife.
3 STEPHEN 6 b. 1766, d. 1842, md. Amy Smith, r. Freeport, L. I.; ch. 15 James S. d. y., 16 Sarah, 17 Abigail, 18 John, 19 Silas C., 20 Phebe, 21 Thomas, 22 Catherine, 23 A. Bedell, 24 Michael, 25 William d. y., 26 Samuel d. y.
4 Catherine 6 b. 1775, d. 1866, md. Isaac Willetts, r. Sayville.
5 JOHN 6 b. 1776, d. 1810, md. Jemima Morris, r. Sayville, L. I.; ch. 27 Jacob, 28 John, d. unmd. 29 Moses.
5 1/2 Mary 6 b. 1772, md. Thomas Smith, r. Sayville.
6 JEREMIAH 7 b. 1787, d. 1815, md. Abigail Smith, r. Sayville; ch. 30 Alfred who md. Phebe Hawkins and had no children.
7 REUBEN 7 b. 1788, d. 1863, md. Phebe Howell, r. Sayville; ch. 31 Elizabeth, 32 Anna, 33 Reuben, 34 Phebe.
8 Elizabeth 7 b. 1790, d. 1824, md. John Vail, r. Riverhead, L. I.
9 Charity 7 b. 1792, d. 1867, md. Smith Hammond, r. Patchogue, L. I.
10 Martha 7 b. 1794, md. David Young, r. Sayville.
11 Jemima 7 b. 1800, d. 1864, md. Elias Howell, r. Sayville.
13 Mary 7 b. 1805, d. 1861, md. Silas C. Seaman, r. Sayville.
14 JAMES M 7 b. 1808, d. 1894. md. Deborah A. Green, r. Sayville; ch. 35 David M., 36 Jeremiah M., 37 Caleb M., 38 Charity E., 39 Rachel A., 40 John S., 41 D. Sophia.
16 Sarah 7 md. 1st D. G. Pearsall, 2d Cornelius VanClief, r. N. Y. city.
17 Abigail b. 1796 d. 1855, md. David Seaman, r. Port Washington, L. I.
18 JOHN 7 b. 1799, d. 1869, md. Amy Raynor, r. Freeport, L. I.; ch 42 Phebe d, unmd, 43 Amy Ann, 44 John.
19 SILAS C. 7 b. 1802, d. 1860, md. Deborah Seaman, r. Sayville; ch. 45 John D. d. in S. A. unmd, 46 Edward, 47 Amelia, 48 Lucinda.
20 Phebe 7 b. 1804, d. 1889, md. 1st James Smith, 2d James Henry, r. N. Y. city.
21 THOMAS 7 b. 1806, d. 1869, md. Rachel A. Carman, r. Freeport; ch. 49 William, 50 Caroline, 51 Lydia Ann, 52 Thomas, 53 Susan, 54 Bedell.
22 Catherine 7 b. 1808, d. 1868, md. Raynor Pine, r. Freeport.
23 BEDELL 7 b. 1810, d. 1855, md. Ann Scull, r. Brooklyn; ch. 55 Thompson d. y., 56 Henry.
24 MICHAEL 7 b. 1816, d. 1866, md. Julia Fish, r. Brooklyn, ch. 57 Melvin, 58 Samuel b. 1840, d. 1864, unmd, 59 George b. 1842, d. 1872 unmd.
27 JACOB 7 md. Dorothy Young, r. Sayville; 60 Jemima, 61 Henry, 62 Catherine d. y. Burned to death.
29 MOSES 7 b. 1805, d. 1856, md. Esther Blackman, r. N. Y. city; ch. 63 Mary B., 64 Katie E., 65 John C. d. y., 66 Lottie A., 67 Edward M.
31 Elizabeth 8 b. 1817, md. Jacob Smith, r. Sayville.
32 Anna 8 b. 1821, md. Edmund Brown, r. Bayport, L. I.
33 REUBEN 8 b. 1825, md. 1st Henrietta Newins, 2d Belinda Hawkins, and had ch. 75 Jennie, md. 3d Emma Loper, r. Sayville.
34 Phebe 8 b. 1829, md. Charles Z. Gillette, r. Sayville.
35 DAVID M. 8 b. 1836, md. Sarietta Corwin, r. Sayville; ch. 76 James M., 77 Grace.
36 JEREMIAH M. 8 b. 1839, d. 1879, md. Susan Vail, r. Riverhead; ch. 78 E. Blanche, 79 George V. Prof. of Latin in Union Coliege, 80 J. Irving, 81 Jane V. d. y.
37 CALEB M. 8 b. 1842. d. 1872, md. Clarisa Petty, r. Sayville; ch. 82 Charles O., 83 William P.
38 Charity E. 8 b. 1845, md. Jacob O. Hopping, r. Wainscott.
39 Rachel A. 8 b. 1848, unmd.
40 JOHN S. 8 b. 1852, md. Annie S. Liscomb, r. Sayville; ch. 84 Alfred C., 85 Belinda L., 86 Laura S. d. y., 87 Hannah E.
41 D. Sophia 8 b. 1855, md. Thomas B. Skidmore, r. Southold, L. I.
43 Amy Ann 8 md. Walter N. Weeks, r. Hempstead, L. I.
44 JOHN 8 b. 1838, md. (???) r. Freeport.
46 EDWARD 8 b. 1828, md. Arzelia Dimmick, r. Sayville, ch. 88 Ada M. 89 Ambrosia M. d. y., 90 Edward D.
47 Amelia 8 b. 1834, md. Wm. Osborne, r. South Haven, L. I.
48 Lucinda 8 b. 1836, md. Charles H. Smith, r. Sayville.
49 William 8 b. 1832, md. Annie (???), ch. none.
50 Caroline 8 b. 1833, md. Thomas E. Weeks, r. Hempstead.
51 Lydia Ann 8 b. 1835, md. Nelson H. Duryea, r. Hempstead.
52 THOMAS 8 b. 1837. d. 1880, md. 1st Lavina Smith, 2d Laura Strong, by whom he had ch. 92 Bertrell, 93 Estelle.
53 Susan 8 md. 1st Abraham Duryea, 2d Smith Pine, r. Freeport.
54 BEDELL 8 md. Sarah Gillen, r. Brooklyn, ch. 94 Alice, 95 Lizzie.
56 HENRY 8 b. 1838, md. Hannah G. Price. r. Brooklyn, ch. 96 Bertha.
57 MELVIN 8 b. 1844, md. Frances Van Alste, r. Brooklyn, ch. 97 Fred S. 98 Adelaide, 99 Julia M., 100 Robert C., 101 M. Lester, 102 Fanny A. 103 Georgiana.
60 Jemima 8 md. Alonzo M. Woodhull, r. Wading River, L. I.
61 HENRY 8 b. 1868, md. Puah Overton, r. Brookhaven, ch. 104 John E. d. y., 105 Henry O.
63 Mary B. 8 b. 1839, d. 1859, md. C. M. Hulse, r. Port Jefferson, L. I.
64 Katie E. 8 b. 1840, d. 1870, md. Brewster Jayne. r. Port Jefferson.
66 Lottie A. 8 b. 1847, md. James E. Hulse, r. East Setauket, L. I.
67 EDWARD M. 8 b. 1852, md. Julia M. Roseman, r. Bridgeport, Ct. ch. 106 Lottie B., 107 Ella G., 108 Ira R.
Here ends the 8th generation.
76 JAMES M. 9 b. 1862 md. Charlotte E. Raynor, r. Brooklyn, ch. James M.. Violette d. y., Lois, Marion, Grace S.
80 J. IRVING 9 b. 1870, md. Lillie M, Vail, r. Riverhead, ch. Jane V.
82 CHARLES O. 9 b. 1864, md. Ella Lafferandere, r. Sayville, ch. Clarissa D.
83 WILLIAM P. 9 b. 1866, md. Ruth L. Raynor, r. Sayville, ch. Caleb M., Sarah L.
90 EDWARD D. 9 b. 1861, md. Barbari Reitzell, r. Sayville.
89 Ada M. 9, b. 1855, md. Nelson Strong, r. Sayville.

DIVISION No. 5.
101 STEPHEN 5 b. 1741, D. 1801, md. Lucretia Miller, r. Wainscott; ch. 1 Bethuel, 2 James, 3 John, 4 Elihu, 5 Frederick, 6 Miller, 7 Stephen, 7 1/2 Mary. Stephen left a will proved 1801, recorded at Riverhead.
1 BETHUEL 6 b. 1776, d. 1857, md. 1st Mehetable Topping and had ch. 8 Mehetable d. y., 9 Alfred d. y., 10 Josiah, drowned in L. I Sound unm., 11 Esther, md. 2d Matsey Strong and had ch. 12 Mary, 13 Sophia, 14 David A.
2 JAMES 6 b. 1776, d. 1841, md. Abby Hedges, r. Wainscott; ch. 15 Harriet, 16 Jane, 17 Phebe.
3 JOHN 6 b. 1789, d. 1841, md. Mary White, r. Wainscott; ch. 18 Catherine, 19 Frances, 20 Harriet, 21 Hannah d. y., 22 Marcus D. unmd., 23 William D. unmd.
4 ELIHU 6 d. 1820, md. Betsy Payne, r. Sag-Harbor; ch. 28 Charles, 29 Alfred, 30 Harriet, 31 Mary moved to Plattsburg, N. Y., 32 Betsy, 33 Samuel d. y., 34 Anna. He left a will dated and proved 1820; recorded in Riverhead.
5 FREDERICK 6 b. 1769, d. 1846, md. Esther Cone; ch. 23 1/2 Temperance, 24 Deroxy, 25 Huldah, 26 Johnson d. y., 27 Perry, r. Sag-Harbor.
6 MILLER 6 d. 1858, md. Betsy Payne (not the same as the wife of Elihu) ch. 35 Reuben lost at sea, 36 Lewis, 37 Henry, 38 John, unm. 39 Mary. Letters of adms. of his estate were granted 1858, at Riverhead.
7 STEPHEN 6 d. 1868, md. Betsy Halsey, r. Sag-Harbor, ch. 40 Watson.
7 1/2 Mary 6 b. 1783, d. 1831, md Elisha Osborn, r. Wainscott.
11 Esther 7 md. George W. Given, r. State of Maine.
12 Mary 7 b. 1783, d. 1831, md. Elisha H. Conklin.
13 Sophia 7 b. 1813, d. 1835, md. David Smlth, r. Southampton.
14 DAVID A. 7 b. 1815, d. 1894, md. Margaret Cooper, r. Wainscott; ch. 51 Sophia, 52 Margaret.
15 Jane 7, b. 1809, d. 1889, md. Joseph Crowell, r. Sag-Harbor.
16 Harriet 7 b. 1815, d. 1859, md. James H. Topping, r. Bridge-Hampton
17 Phebe 7 b. 1818 md. David H. Huntting, r. East-Hampton.
18 Catherine 7, md. John Armstrong, r. Sag-Harbor.
19 Frances 7 md. (???) r. Sag-Harbor.
20 Harriet 7 md. William Rickford, r. Sag-Harbor.
23 1/2 Temperance 7 md. 1st Jeremiah Gardiner, 2d Jomes Boyd, r. Sag-Harbor.
24 Deroxy 7 md. Henry Merriweather, r. Sag-Harbor.
25 Huldah 7 md. David Smith, (the above David Smith) r. Southampton
28 CHARLES 7 md. Caroline Hildreth, r. Greenport; ch. 53 Elihu.
29 ALFRED 7 md. Harriet Miller; ch. 54 Thomas, Sarah who md. Henry Havens, and Mary. He went to Cal. leaving his family in Sag-Harbor, came back, and with his wife and Mary went to Plattsburg, and died there.
33 Betsy 7 md. (???) Hallock, r. Stony Brook, L. I. She died and he then md.
34 Anna 7 and continued to live in Stony Brook.
36 LEWIS 7 d. 1860, md. Emeline Pierson, 1831, r. Bridge-Hampton; ch. 51 Reuben, 56 William, 57 Mary b. 1842 unmd., 58 Emily, 59 Lewis M. d. y. 60 Elizabeth.
37 HENRY 7 b. 1811, d. 1894, md. Lucretia Gann, r. Southampton; ch. 61 Juniatta d. y.. 62 James D. unmd., 63 George unmd., 63 1/2 Rose md. and died leaving two children.
39 Mary 7 md. Almeron Leek, r. Cattaraugus Co., N. Y.
40 WATSON 7 b. 1808, d. 1889, md. Sally W. Edwards (see 26 Sarah, Division No. 2) r. Sag-Harbor; ch. 64 Stephen H., 65 Roger, 66 Caldwell, 67 Betsy, 68 Lois, 69 Horace.
51 Sophia 8 b. 1846, md. 1st James Hopping, r. Wainscott; md. 2d V. L. Bates, r. Sag-Harbor.
52 Margaret C. 8 b. 1851, md. Elmer E. Halsey, r. Bridge-Hampton.
53 ELIHU 8 md. and had children, r. Greenport.
55 REUBEN 8 b. 1833, md. Hannah Corwin, 1854, r. Bridge-Hampton; ch. 90 Evelyn, 91 Isabel M., 92 Harriet, 93 Walter M., 94 Daniel N., 95 Annie J., 96 Lewis M., 97 Elizabeth, 98 Gertrude.
56 WILLIAM 8 b. 1834, d. 1869, md. Abbie G. Glazer, r Wainscett; ch. 99 George B., 100 Nora Alice who md. Elmer Wright.
58 Emily A. 8 b. 1844, md. James M. Hedges, r. Bridge-Hampton.
60 Elizabeth 8 b. 1849, md. Charles Talmage, r. Bridge-Hampton.
64 STEPHEN H. 8 b. 1838, md. Mary Matilda Jessup, r. Sag-Harbor; ch. 101 Gilbert W., 102 Sarah J., 103 Irving W., 104 Henry J., 105 Arthur C.
65 ROGER 8 b. 1839, md. Mary S. Coalbroth, r. Anaconda, Montana; ch. none.
66 CALDWELL 8 unmd. r. Montana.
68 Lois 8 md. Henry Parker, r. Brooklyn, ch. two sons.
69 HORACE 8 md. Emma Atkins, r. Montana, ch. none.
Here ends the 8th generation.
90 Evelyn 9 b. 1856, md. Frank E. Benedict, r. Bridge-Hampton.
92 Harriet 9 b. 1859, md. James G. Sandford, 1878, r. Bridge-Hampton.
93 WALTER H. 9 b. 1861, md. Flora Tuttle, r. West-Hampton; ch. Hedges L.
94 DANIEL N. 9 b. 1863, md. Carrie H. Field, r. Bridge-Hampton; ch. Daniel R., Willis S., Ethel M., Isabel M., Elsie L.
96 LEWIS M. 9 b. 1866, md. Carrie E. Johnson, r. Sayville; ch. Helen, Madaline.
95 Annie J. 9 b. 1865, md. Orlando Seabury. 1885, r. Bridge-Hampton.
97 Elizabeth 9 b. 1869, md. Frank Howell, r. Bridge-Hampton.
98 Gertrude 9 b. 1869, unmd.
99 GEORGE B. 9 unmd. He is an engineer, and the last known of him he was in Syracuse, N. Y.
101 GILBERT W. 9 b. 1865, md. Mary Cahill, r. West Phila., Pa.

DIVISION No. 6.
106 JOSEPH 5 b. 1730, d. 1775, md. Ehzabeth Edwards; this was probably 104 Elizabeth, Division No. 1; r. Amagansett, ch. 1 John, 2 Henry, 3 Daniel d. y., 4 Elizabeth.
1 JOHN 6 b. about 1750, d. 1806, md. Elsie VanScoy, r. Springs; ch. 5 Nancy, 6 Joseph, 7 Rebecca, 8 John D. b. 1800, d. 1831, unmd. He left a will dated 1806, recorded at Riverhead.
2 HENRY 6 b. 1757, md. Ann Edwards, daughter of John Edwards of Ligonee, (see 56 John 5 division No. 2) r. Brickkiln (near Sag-Harbor); ch. 9 Ann, 10 Polly, 11 Daniel, 12 Joseph, 13 Hetty.
4 Elizabeth 6, md. Jacob Schellinger, r. Amagansett.
5 Nancy 7, md. John Parsons, r. Amagansett.
6 JOSEPH 7 b. 1787, d. 1839, md. Rebecca Hicks, r. Springs, ch. 20 Hannah d. y., 21 Mercy Amanda b. 1818, d. 1853, unmd., 22 Daniel, 23 Phebe d. y., 24 Samuel, 25 John D., 26 Rebecca.
7 Rebecca 7 md. Jeremiah Wilcox.
9 Ann 7 md. Rufus Payne.
10 Polly 7 md. Jeremiah Payne.
11 DANIEL 7 md. Sarah Sherman, r. Sag-Harbor; ch. 27 Esther d. y., 28 Samuel, 29 Daniel, 30 Elizabeth, 31 Thomas, 32 Joseph, 33 Henry, 34 George, 35 Maltby who died 1811, 36 Charles d. y., 37 Silas died at sea, 38 Sarah.
12 JOSEPH 7 md. Mary Thompson, ch. 39 Nathaniel, 40 Lewis, 41 Jehial, 42 William, 43 James, 44 Arnold, 45 Jemima, 46 Mercy Ann, 47 Elizabeth, 48 Henry, 49 Joseph, 50 Martha.
13 Hetty 7 md. Sylvanus Squires.
22 DANIEL 8 b. 1820, d. 1865, md. Mary E. Edwards (see 72 Mary E., division No. 3) r. East-Hampton, ch. 100 Hannah, 101 Mary A., 102 Phebe S. dead, 103 Angeline d. y.
24 Samuel 8 b. 1822, unmd.
25 JOHN D. 8 b. 1833, md. Alice M. Edwards (see 112 Alice M. division No. 6) r. Springs; ch. 104 Mary R., 105 Daniel R., 106 Phebe A., 107 John S., 108 Carrie H,
26 Rebecca 8 b. 1836, is unmd, and lives with her brother 24 Samuel, and their niece 104 Mary lives with them.
28 Samuel 8 b. 1798, d. 1884, unmd. r. Wainscott.
29 DANIEL 8 md. Elnora Hamilton, r. North Haven; ch. 109 Charles W., 110 Winfield, 111 Lawrence; all three live in North Haven unmd.
30 Elizabeth 8 md. Jeremiah Bone, r. Sag-Harbor.
31 THOMAS 8 b. 1817 md. Mary Squires, r. Bridge-Hampton; ch. 112 Alice M., 113 Samuel, 114 William, 115 Gilbert, 116 Mary, 117 Melvin, 118 Sylvanus.
32 JOSEPH 8 b. 1812, d. 1893, md. 1st Salome Downs, 2d Elizabeth O'Neil, r. Bridge-Hampton; ch. 119 Joseph d. y., 120 George W., 121
Silas E., 122 Nathan W., 123 Augustus, 124 Emma J., 125 Ella L., 126 Florence, 127 Bertha, 127 1/2 William.
33 HENRY 8 b. 1802, d. 1869, md. 1st Elizabeth Edwards (see 31 Elizabeth, division No. 2), 2d Catherine Osborn, r. Bridge-Hampton; ch. 128 Esther, 129 Jesse, 130 Sarah, 131 Charles B. d. y., 132 William d. y., 133 Phebe, all by 1st wife.
34 GEORGE 8 b. 1808, d. 1850, md. Tabitha Howell, r. Sag-Harbor; ch. 134 A. Smith, 135 Charles, 136 Mary E., 137 Sarah J., 138 George, 139 Theodore d. y. and Daniel d. y.
38 Sarah 8 md. Albert Squires, r. Bridge-Hampton.
39 NATHANIEL 8 b. 1799, d. 1862, md. Polly Eldridge, r. Sag-Harbor, ch. 140 Eliza Jane. 141 Mary Lucy.
40 LEWIS 8 b. 1806. d. 1888, md. Catherine V. Smith, r. Amityville, L. I., ch. 147 Sarah Frances, 148 Joseph S., 149 Phebe J., 150 Mary Alice, 151 Thomas H. d. y., 155 Kate V. b. 1852, d. 1889 unmd., 156 Franklin.
41 JEHIAL 8 b. 1821, d. 1888, md. 1st Elizabeth Smith, 2d Nancy Seaman, r. Moriches, L. I., ch. 182 Frank, 183 John D., 184 E. Gertrude, 185 Jarvis, 186 Joseph d. y.
42 WILLIAM 8 d. about 1883, md. 1st Nancy Gould, 2d Rebecca Williamson, r. Moriches; ch. 170 Alanson, 171 Wm. Henry, 172 Betsy, 173 Hannah, 174 Mary d. y.
43 JAMES 8 b. 1811, d. 1882, r. Bridge-Hampton, md. Eliza Thompson; ch. 162 James Lewis, 163 Charles N., 164 Arietta, 165 Edmund, who lives in Texas, 166 Lucy Jane d. unmd., 167 John, 168 Mary Alice. 169 Anna.
44 ARNOLD 8 b. 1815, d. 1867, md. 1st Martha Thompson, 2d Maria Miller; ch. 175 Elbert P., 176 Charles N., 177 Louisa H., 178 Olin M., 179 Mary, 180 Otis.
45 Jemima 8 md. 1st William Dix. 2d John Latham.
46 Mary Ann 8 md. (???) Rogers, r. Sag-Harbor.
47 Elizabeth 8 md. (???) Payne, r. Sag-Harbor.
48 HENRY 8 md. Ann Webb, r. Moriches, ch. 157 Silas, 158 Caroline, 159 William, 160 Elizabeth, 161 Adelaide.
49 JOSEPH 8 b. 1804, d. 1850, md. Maria Baker, r. Sag-Harbor; ch. 142 Joseph, 143 Mary Jane d. unmd., 144 Agnes, 145 Jerusha d. unmd., 146 James L. d. unmd.
50 Martha 8 b. 1800, d. 1861, r. Manorville, L. I., md. 1st William Gordon, 2d Oliver Raynor.
This ends the 8th generation.
100 Hannah 9 md. E. B. Leek, r. Amagansett.
101 Mary 9 md. Dr. E. Mulford, r. Bridge-Hampton, see 33 Phebe, division No. 3.
105 Daniel R. 9 b. 1871, unmd. r. Springs.
106 Phebe A. 9 b. 1873, md. Isaac Lawrence, r. East-Hampton.
107 John S. 9 b. 1880, unmd. r. Springs.
108 Carrie H. 9 b. 1875, md. Theodore Hand, r. Amagansett.
112 Alice M. 9 md. John D. Edwards, (see 25 John D. division No. 6.)
113 SAMUEL 9 b. 1848, md. Emma Swain, r. Bridge-Hampton.
114 WILLIAM 9 b. 1850, md. Emma Jennings, r. Patchogue, L. I. ch. Catherine W. she md. E. J. Carberry, Ellen J., Wickham J., William T., Lawrence J. and Hannah E.
115 GILBERT 9 b. 1855, md. Ada Bennett, r. Sag-Harbor.
116 Mary 9 md. Albert Jennings, r. Southampton.
117 MELVIN 9 md. Addie Latham, r. Bridge-Hampton; ch. Melvin T., Ida M., Benson J., Eunice P., Alice M.
119 Joseph 9 d. y. 
120 GEORGE 9 b. 1858, md. Hannah W. Foster, r. Southampton; ch. Flora and Susan.
121 SILAS E. 9 b. 1860, md. Maggie L. Kay, r. Southampton; ch. Mabel A. and Ardie P.
122 NATHAN 9 b. 1862, md. Minnie Wilts, r. Southampton; ch. Florence
123 AUGUSTUS 9 b. 1863, unmd. r. Southampton.
124 Emma J. 9 b. 1865, md. Robert A. Babcock, r. New Haven, Ct.
125 Ella L. 9 b. 1870, md. Alvin E. Squires, r. Southampton.
126 Florence 9 b. 1873, md. Edward E. Weeks, r. Babylon, L. I.
127 Bertha 9 b. 1873, md. Franklin N. Burns, r. Southampton.
127 1/2 William 9, unmd. r. Southampton.
128 Esther 9 b. 1830, md. John Chatfield, r. Bridge-Hampton.
129 Jessie 9 b. 1832, d. 1864, md. Cornelius Bennett, r. Bridge-Hampton; ch. William, Jesse and Jerusha.
130 Sarah 9 b. 1835, md. Oscar Brown, r. Bridge-Hampton.
133 Phebe 9 b. 1845, md. Asahel A. King, r. Hope Valley, R. I.
134 SMITH 9 b. 1838, md. Sarah A. Jagger, r. Southampton; ch. Mary, b. 1863, md. Edward Bowden, r. Brooklyn, George, Charles b. 1865 md. Louisa Keeler, Catherine b. 1868, md. Burdett Raynor, Nellie, Ernest, Sara E., Anna E., Harry, Frederick, Herbert, Maud H.
136 Mary Emily, md. John Strong, r. Wainscott.
137 Sarah J. md. Henry L. Osborn, r. Meriden, Ct.
138 George 9 b. 1841, d. 1863.
140 Eliza Jane 9 b. 1829, md. 1st J. E. Glover, 2d Austin B. Booth, r. Southold.
141 Mary Lucy 9 b. 1832, md. Charles Sherman, r. Vineland, N. J.
142 JOSEPH 9 b. 1830, d. 1855, md. Mary Bennett; ch. James L., Mary d. y. Josephine d. y.
144 Agnes 9 b. 1824, md. Hiram Bishop, r. Greenport.
147 Sarah F. 9 b. 1832, md. Nathl. P. Williams, r. Amityville.
148 JOSEPH S. 9 b. 1837, md. Hannah Ketcham, r. Amityville.
149 Phebe J. 9 b. 1839, md. Robert P. Morris, r. Brooklyn.
150 Mary A. 9 b. 1841, unmd.
152 CHARLES L. 9 b. 1845, md. Mary Cornelius. r. Amityville, ch. none.
153 JULIUS A. 9 b. 1847, md. Annie Wanser, r. Baldwins, L. I. ch. Ida G.
156 Franklin 9 b. 1854. r. Brooklyn.
157 SILAS 9 md. Kate Carter, r. Moriches; ch. Arthur, Warren, Fred and Addie.
158 Caroline 9 md. Henry VanLew.
159 William 9 md. Sarah Penny, r. Moriches.
160 Elizabeth 9 md. William Howell, r. Bridge-Hampton.
161 Adelaide 9 md. Emmet Cooper, r. Mecox.
162 JAMES LEWIS 9 b. 1836, d. 1895, md. 1st (???) Jessup, ch. Herbert, lives in Texas, Wm. dead, Ella; md. 2d Sarah Edwards, ch. a son living in Texas.
163 CHARLES N. 9, md. Anna Cornelius, r. Amityville, ch. Lucy.
164 Arietta 9 md. William Halsey, Water Mill, L. I.
167 JOHN 9 b. 1848, d. 1889, md. Lizzie Friend, r. California; ch. James W., Irena A., Arietta L.
168 Mary Alice 9, md. Daniel Bellows, r. Southampton.
169 Anna 9 md. Fred Fanning, r. Southampton.
170 ALANSON 9 md. 1st Sarah Robinson, 2d Frances Pelton, r. Moriches; ch. William.
171 WILLIAM H. 9 md. Sarah Bishop, r. Moriches; ch. George, Lucy and Kate.
172 Betsy 9 md. 1st Buel Hulse, 2d Edward Woodhull, r. Sayville.
173 Hannah 9 md. Jeremiah Jones, r, Patchogue.
175 ELBERT 9 b. 1843, d. 1874, md. Abby Tuthill, r. East-Hampton; ch. Charles, Jennie.
176 CHARLES N. 9 1845, md. Martha Howell, r. Reed's Landing, Minn.; ch. Elbert P., Maud, Ethel, Susan M.
177 Louisa H. 9 b. 1851, md. John M. Osborn, r. Wainscott.
178 OLIN M. 9 b. 1857, md. Jennie Scheidell, r. Sag-Harbor; ch. Pauline Revere, Cortland, Maud.
179 Mary B. 9 b. 1860, md. Hannibal Norris, r. Sag-Harbor.
180 OTIS A. 9 b. 1860, md. Alberta Hull, r. Sag-Harbor; ch. Otis A., Harold G., Carrie W., Florence M., Ermina H., Mary S.
182 FRANK S. 9 md. Mary L. Oakley, r. East-Hampton; ch. Nancy md. Norman Barnes.
185 JARVIS 9 md. 1st Jenny Baker; ch. Grace; md. 2d Lucinda Varny, ch. Mary G.
183 JOHN D. 9 unmnd, r. Sayville.
184 Gertrude 9 unmd, r. Sayville.

DIVISION NO. 7.
110 ABRAHAM 5 b. 1739, d. 1813, md. Elizabeth (???) 1769, r. East-Hampton; 1 David, 2 Mary D. unmd., 3 Betsy, 4 Elsie unmd., 5 Daniel.
1 DAVID 6 b. 1781, d. 1831, md. Esther Barnes, r. East-Hampton; ch. 6 Abraham d. y., 7 Isaac, 8 Betsy, 9 Mary, 10 Esther, 11 Hannah.
3 Betsy 6 md. Enoch Fithian, r. East-Hampton.
5 DANIEL 6 bap. 1796, md. (???) r. East-Hampton; ch. Mary who md. Orrin Terry, and Lucy who md. Samuel Davis.
7 ISAAC B. 7 b. 1822, d. 1866, md. 1st Harriet Payne, 2d Helen Payne; r. East-Hampton; ch. 20 Charles W., 21 Harriet A., 22 David d. y., all by 1st wife.
8 Betsy 7 md. S. Hedges Miller, who after death of 1st wife married her sister.
11 Hannah 7 md. S. Hedges Miller, r. East-Hampton.
9 Mary 7 md. Albert Hedges, r. East-Hampton.
10 Esther 7 unmd.
20 CHARLES W. 7 b. 1852, md. Melvina Downs, r. East-Hampton; ch. Leroy O. 8, Grace M. d. y., Maud S. 8.
 
 

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