GENEALOGY Of East Hampton Families

THE OSBORN FAMILY

Thomas Osborn, Sr., was father of Thomas, Jr. 2, John 2 and Benjamin 2, and conveyed to the latter in 1687 all his lands in East-Hampton, see T. R. Vol. I, pp. 84, 300, 406. From Savage's Gen. Dictionary and otherwise we know that this Thomas 1 had in New Haven a son Jeremiah and other children, and a brother Richard, the tanner, there. The tradition that he returned to New Haven and died there, is consistent with the deed and all the known facts. The Thomas 2 dying in 1712, 90, was son of Thomas 1. The Joseph, Jr. 3 was son of Thomas 2 dying in 1743, 83, and by will proved Sept. 9, 1746, devised to his son Joseph 4 the old Deacon Osborn homestead, to his son Jeremiah 4 the house on the corner bought of Capt. Thos. Wheeler, and to his son Thomas 4 the Pudding Hill lot. Four generations of the family are traced and located on three homesteads, at so late a date and so clearly as to leave little if any doubt so far. The same will names his brother Daniel 3.
We find at an early day in East-Hampton four other Osborns, not of this stock, to be traced and located. Recompence in 1665, Bezaleel, Joseph and Jonathan, (see T. R. Vol. I, p. 241, Vol. II, pp. 183, 255 and 256. Savage names William Osborn 1 in Salem 1630, in Dorchester 1639, and there had son Recompence 2 b. May 26, 1644, H. C. 1661, at Braintree had Hannah Aug. 24 1646, Bezaleel May 8, 1650, and after that at Boston had Joseph 2 b. April 6, 1652 and Jonathan b. Nov. 16, 1656. He was a merchant and died in mid life. Inventory April 29, 1662, over 1,000. His wid. m. John Mulford, of Southampton, L. I. &c. (Southampton is a mistake for East-Hampton.) Recompence grad. of H. C. After graduation taught school in New Haven and thence went to East-Hampton, and after 1665 disappears, probably dying there soon after, at a date not fixed by the college catalogue, but probably before Bezaleel, who died about 1686, and whose unucupative will proved in Suffolk Co. Feb. 10, 1686 names his wife Elizabeth, the two sons of his brotherin-law Arthur Howell, and brothers Joseph and Jonathan. The will is proved to have been made in the house of Joseph the testator's brother. The Town Records, Vol. II, p. 256, 257 show that in 1690 Jonathan then of Cape May, N. J. and Joseph, sons of William of Boston, owned half a house formerly their father's, and by him given to their mother. The death of Recompence and Bezaleel and removal of Jonathan to Cape May, before 1690, still left Joseph, son of the rich merchant William, in East-Hampton, whose descendants, if any, are not traced.
This Joseph probably was the Joseph, Sen. who died in 1741, abt. 90. The statement that the lot of Bezaleel descended in the Osborn family in the line of the late Sylvanus M. dec'd, is probably an error. The Thomas 2 d. in 1712 left son Joseph 3 d. in 1743, and son Daniel 3 d. in 1713, who left son Dea. Daniel 4 who d. in 1757, both located on the Osborn homestead where now resides David E. son of Sylvanus M. The original unproved will of Daniel 3, and a copy of the will and probate of Daniel 4, are now in possession of said David E. In the former Joseph Osborn, brother of the testator, is named executor. In the latter "Thos. Osborn, dec'd" is named as grandfather of the testator, and his cousin Joseph Osborn as an executor, demonstrating the descent of both families from Thomas 2. A deed of Daniel and Jonathan, sons of Daniel, to Jeremiah Osborn, in 1758, confirms this.
There was a Capt. Daniel Osborn, of Southold, whose will dated Oct. 4th, 1771, proved April 29, 1782, names sons Daniel and Wines, and land at Daniel's Hole and Major Wickham's land, as if in East-Hampton, and who I think was son of Daniel 4, and is the Daniel named in the will as his son, with Jonathan, and while the latter remained the former Daniel 5 I think removed to Southold. His son Daniel 6 probably was the Assemblyman named in 1787-8, and he was father of the late lawyer Hull Osborn 7 and Dr. Thomas Osborn 7 of Riverhead, and thus the Southold and East-Hampton Osborns have the same lineage, as stated by so competent authority as the late J. Wickham Case. See note, Southold Town Records, Vol. II, p. 536. The Charles Osborn, late of Bellport, L. I. dec'd, descended from the same Thomas 2 of East-Hampton.
The writer of the Chronicles of East-Hampton, published in 1838-1841 in The Corrector, at Sag-Harbor, and afterwards in book form in 1870, speaking of the earliest memorials of the dead, described four red cedar posts, two connected by a rail and two with the rail missing. He mentions the fragrance of the wood and the fact that "four years since a person then aged ninety-four, who was born and always lived in the village, described them as bearing at his earliest recollection the same worn appearance that they then did." No inscription was visible on those connected by the rail. On the others the writer states "the initials B. O. can be indistinctly traced." I well remember these posts in the burying ground at the "south end." They were set at the usual distance of head and foot stones over graves, and probably antedated them as memorials. The old person who I suppose died in 1836 98, was Dea. Recompence Sherrill, and his memory thereof must have gone back to 1742. The initials B. O. are those of Bezaleel Osborn who died in 1686, and with slight change are those of Recompence Osborn, the Harvard graduate, dying about 1670, and not unlikely in fact were marks for the grave of one of them.
In Munsell's History of Suffolk Co. the Osborn genealogy is erroneously traced from Robert and Elizabeth, of Maidstone, Kent, Eng., to Thomas 2 who d. 90 in 1712, to Daniel 3 d. Jan. 6, 1713 48 yrs., Daniel 4 d. May 18, 1757, Jonathan 5 d. Nov. 1, 1781, Joseph 6 b. 1754, d.
1844, Joseph 7 b. 1789, d. 1872, Sylvanus M. 8. The partial genealogy of this family, by Judge Thomas A. Osborn, late of Mayville, Chautauqua Co., N. Y., Co. Judge in 1843, Member of Assembly in 1868, contains the same mistake. Thomas 1 Sen. father of Thomas 2 Jr. who died in 1712, may have been son of that Robert and Elizabeth, but not of Thomas 2. The Town Records prove Thomas 2 son of Thomas 1.
Deacon Abraham Osborn 6, son of Lewis 5, son of Joseph 4, son of Joseph 3, son of Thomas 2, son of Thomas 1, was a man of devout soul good memory and good sense, versed in treasured traditionary lore. "And many names he would repeat,
Whose pulses long have ceased to beat." He said that Thomas 1, Thomas 2, Joseph 3 and his three sons Joseph 4, Jeremiah 4 and Thomas 4, Lewis 5 and Abraham 6, all tanners, worked for six generations at that trade on the hill where he resided, now the residence of his grand-sons William A. and Burnet M. Osborn. For generations the family and descendants of Daniel 3 and his son Deacon Daniel 4 so wrought. Judge Thomas A. ralates that the family have a tradition that they are of Norman origin, and came with William the Conqueror. He had an account of the family Coat of Arms which, writing from memory, is not given. Believing that what we do and not what our ancestors have done, will be our true measure, I have made no inquiry in that direction. Dea. Joseph 4, grandfather of Dea. Abraham 6, was a man of strong convictions, and in the Revolution a resolute patriot. During the Revolutionary war, on his way to church, he was ordered by a British officer to appear forthwith, with his team and cart, at an appointed place to do service for the British army. The Deacon inquired by what authority tbe officer commanded him and was answered "by the authority of the King." "What King do you serve?" asked the Deacon. The answer was "King George the Third." The Deacon replied "my King is greater than your King. I serve King Jesus. He commands me to go to meeting and I shali go." With this the old hero marched on to the church. To such a man titles and coats of arms are baubles. Having known the strong personality and power of Dea. Abraham, his grandson, I can better conceive the master manner of his grandsire.
The line runs thus: Thomas 1 the emigrant, Thomas 2 b. 1722, d. at E. Hampton 1712, Joseph 3 b. abt. 1671, d. Oct. 1743.
JOSEPH 3 had w. Mary Hedges, m. Dec. 26, 1704-5 and ch. Joseph 4, Jeremiah 4 and Thomas 4 b. abt 1699, d. Nov. 1753 54.
JOSEPH 4 had ch. Joseph 5, Lewis 5 and Mary.
THOMAS 4 b. abt. 1699, d. Nov. 1753, had ch. Deborah 5 b. Feb. 14, 1742, Thomas 5 b. Feb. 24, 1744, James 5 b. April 14, 1746, Mary 5 b. April 18, 1749, Elizabeth 5 b. July 15th, 1751, Cornelius 5 b. Jan. 19, 1754.
THOMAS 5 b. Feb. 24, 1744, d. June5, 1788, 44 yrs. 2 mos. 29 das. had w. (???) and ch. Phebe 6 b. April 14, 1768, Thomas 6 b. Jan 29, 1770, Abraham 6 b. Feb. 15, 1772, Jacob Hedges 6 b. March 26, 1774, Thomas 6 b. April 21, 1777, Conkling 6 b. June 4, 1779, Lewis 6 b. Dec. 18, 1782, Jane 6 b. March 8, 1786.
THOMAS 6 b. April 21, 1777, had w. Jane (???) b. April 21, 1777, d. at Fredonia April 16, 1844, and ch. Thomas Albert 7 b. July 1, 1800, Erwin Filer 7 b. April 29, 1802, Gustavus Adolphus 7 b. April 24, 1804, George Clinton 7 b. April 12, 1806, Viraldo Emmett 7 b. April 16, 1808, Emma Corbit Filer 7 born July 28, 1809, Esther Jane 7 b. Dec. 28, 1811, Puella Melvina 7 b. June 6, 1820.
THOMAS ALBERT 7 b. July 1, 1800 (Judge) had two wives, 1st Mary Walter who d. Dec. 4, 1837, and 2d Eliza Jeannette who d. Aug. 29, 1856 and ch. Gustavus Adolphus 8 b. May 25, 1829, d. May 11, 1849, Mary Walter 8 b. Dec. 30, 1833, d May 5, 1856, interments at Mayville. Thomas A. 7 had I think 3d w. and ch. Thomas Osborn 6 d. at the house of Joseph Osborn in Brooklyn, N. Y. Sept. 13, 1856, buried at Fredonia. Joseph Osborn 5, eldest son of Joseph 4, d. at the house of his son in Brooklyn, Dec. 28, 1848.
ERWIN 7 had ch. Charles Filer 8 b. April 5, 1826, Puella 8 b. April 30, 1830, Thomas A. 8 b. Jan. 17, 1833.
GUSTAVUS 7 had ch. Henry Clay 8 b. June 28, 1834, Elizabeth 8 b. Oct. 28, 1835, Thomas 8 b. Feb. 11, 1837, Jane 8 b. Dec. 29, 1838, Emma 8 b.
July 10, 1842 (adopted by T. A. Osborn) Elizabeth 8 b. Feb. 17, 1844, John Eason 8 b. Nov. 7, 1846, Gustavus Albert 8 b. Oct. 28, 1852.
GEORGE C. 7 has ch. Elizabeth 8 b. Oct. 26, 1829, Mary Priscilla 8 b. Dec. 14, 1831; Elizabeth 8 m. John P. Cobb and has ch. John 9 b. 1857, Mary P. 8 w. Calvin Smith and has a dau.
PHEBE OSBORN 6 b. April 14, 1768, m. John Miller and they had ch. John and Daniel, who rem. to Canada and then to Ohio, and later to Fulton, Oswego Co., N. Y. and had ch.
ABRAHAM 6 had w. Phebe, d. of Steven Hedges, of Sagg, and ch. Abraham Thomas 7, William 7, Edmund 7, who all resided on Pudding Hill and d. s. p., and a dau. 7 who m. and had ch.
JACOB HEDGES 6 m. Charity Hedges and had ch. Jane 7, Phebe 7 and Charity 7.
CONKLING 6 m. Abigail Hedges and had ch. Philander 7 & Emeline 7. Thomas 6 and Jane 6 d. s. p. and Lewis d. unm.
CORNELIUS 5 son of Thomas 4 b. Jan. 19, 1754, d. Sept. 24, 1810 57, had w. Hannah Hedges and ch. Stephen 6, Cornelius 6, Mary 6, Phebe 6, Joseph 6 and an infant. Cornelius 5 resided at Jericho; his son Stephen 6 b. abt. 1785, abt. 1808 rem. to Lansingburgh, N. Y. and had w. Martha Barton and ch. Martha 7, Cornelius 7, Rufus 7, Hannah 7, Mary 7. Julia 7. Mary 6, Joseph 6 and an infant all d. s. p. Cornelius 6 d. in Monroe Co. N. Y. leaving ch. Robert 7, Reuben 7, and others. Phebe 6 m. Nathan C. Barnes; she was b. Jan. 20th, 1800 and d. April 7, 1848, 48, and had ch. Mary O. 7 and Joseph Henry 7.
JOSEPH 4, oldest son of Joseph 3, had ch. Joseph 5, Mulford 5 who d. s. p. Charles 5, Temperance 5, Hedges 5 who m. in Brookhaven, Mary 5 who m. W. Hedges and had ch. Joseph 6, Lucy 6, and other ch. Phebe 5 who m. Zephaniah Filer, of Troy, N. Y. and had ch. Charles 6, Emma Corbett 6, Henry Pierson 6, Elizabeth Albeirson 6 and Zephaniah 6. Hannah 5 who m. Joseph Hedges; Joseph 5 who had ch. Joseph 6, Mary 6 and Elizabeth 6; Joseph 6 the eldest brother lived in Brooklyn, N. Y. and had ch. Isabel 7 and Benjamin 7: Charles 5 had w. Charlotte and ch. Charles 6, Thomas 6 and others.
JEREMIAH 4, son of Joseph 3, d. Aug. 24, 1775, abt. 68, had w. Mercy Baker, m. Nov. 11, 1735. and ch. Mercy 5 bap. July 18, 1736-7, Mary 5 bap. March 11, 1738-9, Elizabeth 5 bap. Feb. 22, 1740, Esther 5 bap. April 25, 1742, Elizabeth 5 bap. Aug. 5, 1744, Puah 5 b. Dec. 21, 1746, Jeremiah 5 bap. April 1, 1749-50, Mehetable 5 bap. July 1, 1752.
JEREMIAH 5 b. March 31, 1750, d. May 25, 1821, 71, had w. Mary Parsons, b. Oct. 2, 1755, d. Jan. 31, 1797, dau. of John Parsons (who d. Nov. 5, 1775) and they had ch. Jeremiah 6 b. Sept. 17, 1776. John P. 6 b. July 28, 1779, Phebe P. 6 b. Oct. 15, 1781, Mary 6 b. Aug. 26, 1784, who d. unm. in Troy, N. Y. Feb. 26, 1804, Esther 6 b. April 11, 1787, Henry P. 6 b. Jan. 10, 1790, Samuel 6 b. March 5, 1795. The wife of John Parsons was Phebe Miller, dau. of Josiah Miller, and they were m. May 15, 1740, all their ch. d. s. p. except Mary who m. Capt. Jeremiah 5, whose ch. inherited the estate of their grand-father. John P. 6 and Henry P. 6 were named "Parsons." Phebe P. 6 m. Zephaniah Hedges and had ch. Esther 6 m. Col. David Hedges and they had son John C. Hedges, M.D. who d. s. p.
JEREMIAH 6 son of Capt. Jeremiah 5 was grad. of Yale and rem. to Troy, Rensselaer Co. N. Y. and was Surrogate of that Co.; had w. (???) Peck and son Marcus Brutus 7 of Illinois, who lately d. 90 years, and had w. and ch. Sarah 8 who m. (???) Corker, and has ch; Lucy 8 who m. (???) Curtis and has ch; Chas. M. 8 who resides in Chicago, Ill., lawyer, and has ch.
JOHN P. 6 had w. Sarah dau. of Capt. Thos. Wickham and ch. Edward 7 shot in hunting on Montauk in 1843 and soon after d. s. p., Isaac W. 7 who had w. and ch. Isaac 8 who d. young unm, and Alice 8 of Brooklyn, N. Y., Mary 7 who d. unm. Robert F. 7 had w. Juliett dau. of Jeremiah Mulford, and ch. Gertrude 8 b. in 1845. m. (???) Jewett and had 2 ch. m. 2d (???) Dewey, in Chicago, Ill., and Edward 8 who m. Carrie Buckley, d. of Abel C. Buckley and resides in Brooklyn, N. Y. and have ch. Sarah A. E. 7 resides in Sag-Harbor, N. Y.
HENRY P. 6 "Esquire Harry," of Moriches, N. Y. m. Susan Topping, d. of Stephen S. Topping, of B. Hampton, Nov. 4, 1812, and had ch. Caroline D. 7 b. Nov. 4, 1814, m. Wm. Howell and they had ch. Egbert 7 b. March 22, 1817 d. s. p. Aug. 6, 1835, Angeline 7 b. Aug. 12, 1819. m. Joshua Terry and they had ch. Susan 7 b. April 17, 1823, m. Jacob Miller and they had ch. Henry T. 7 b. June 9, 1826, m. (???) Topping dau. of Capt. Edward Topping, and they have ch. George 7 b. Oct. 27, 1831, m. (???) and they have ch. Cornelia 7 b. 1835, m. Wm. Fordham, s. of Nicholas, and they had ch.
SAMUEL 6, s. of Jeremiah 5, b. March 5, 1795, d. June 1842, had w. Mary Ann dau. of Theophilus Smith, of Moriches, L. I. b. Dec. 10, 1799, d. Dec. 16, 1873, and they had ch. Glorianna 7 b. June 5, 1820, d. Feb. 1, 1891; Mary Elizabeth 7 b. Oct. 8, 1825, d. May 11, 1865; Emmett 7 b. April 20, 1829, d. at sea unm. abt. 1856; Edward 7 b. Sept. 8, 1836; Gloriana 7 m. Henry P. Hedges and they had ch. Samuel O. 8, Edwin 8 and William 8; Mary Elizabeth 7 m. John L. Gardiner, M. D. and d. s. p.; Emmett 7 went to sea and after 1854 was not heard from; Edward 7 M. D. m. Phebe Hendrickson and resides on the corner of Main street and Wood's Lane, purchased in 1724 of Thos. Wheeler by his ancestor Joseph Osborn 3.
JOSEPH 4 d. Nov. 21, 1786, 82, had s. Lewis 5 d. Sept. 14. 1783, 36; Lewis 5 m. Jerusha Gardiner who d. Aug. 20, 1844, 93, they had ch. Abraham 6 b. Jan. 1, 1776, d. Sept. 16, 1855, 79; Septimus 6 d. Feb. 27, 1852, 73; Esther 6 d. June 24, 1863, 82 yrs. 6 mos. unm.
ABRAHAM 6 Dea. b. Jan. 1, 1776, m. 1st Martha, d. of Daniel Hedges of Sagg, who d. Feb. 5, 1809, 28, and had two ch. who d. infants, and d. Jerusha G. 7 w. of J. P. Cramer, of Schuylerville, N. Y. b. April 24, 1802, d. s. p. Sept. 29, 1875; had 2d w. Mercy d. of Wm. Huntting, b. Feb. 26, 1781, d. Aug. 23, 1843, 63. they had ch. Mary Green 7, w. of Capt. Wm. Hedges (she d. Dec. 11, 1882, 71 years, 7 mos. and leaving s. Wm. 8) Wm. Lewis Huntting 7 b. Jan. 31, 1817, d. Oct. 2, 1881.
WM. LEWIS HUNTTING 7 had w. Sarah b. May 3, 1823, d. of Jonathan B. Mulford, and they had ch. Wm. Abraham 8 b. Jan 5, 1850 and Burnet Mulford 8 b. June 12, 1856.
BURNET MULFORD 8 has w. Annie d. of Wm. H. Phillips, of Shelter Island, m. Jan. 3, 1889.
SEPTIMUS 6 m. Phebe d. of Samuel Parsons, Oct. 2, 1805, who d. Feb. 28, 1828, they had ch. Lewis 7 b. Dec. 17, 1807, d. July 23, 1870, Charles 7 b. July 9, 1810, d. June 19, 1890, John Gardiner 7 b. May 4, 1813, d. June 27, 1849, Betsey Conklin 7 b. Sept. 10, 1815, d. May 7, 1860, Samuel P. 7 b. June 10, 1819, d. June 10, 1895, David C. 7 b. Aug. 23, 1821, d. June 15, 1845; except Charles 7 all these d. s. p.
CHARLES 7 had w. Harriet Eliza Cook of B. Hampton who d. Dec. 31, 1892 78 years, 21 days, they had ch. Phebe Parsons 8 b. Feb. 5, 1838, d. May 11, 1890, m. Jehial Kenyon Parsons Oct. 15, 1862, they had ch. Samuel Hedges Parsons 9 b. March 4, 1866, Sally Mulford Parsons 9 b.
June 11, 1873 and two ch. d. infants; Charles Wesley 8 b. Aug. 25, 1839; Sarah Gelston 8 b. May 6, 1841, m. Jonathan F. Gould Oct. 25, 1866 and they have ch. Theodore 9 b. March 3, 1868, d. May 2, 1869. John Aster 9 b. Nov. 29, 1870, Charles Osborne 9 b. Jan. 28, 1873, Hewett Talmage 9 b. Nov. 22, 1874, d. Aug. 23, 1875; Edward Monroe 8 b. Oct. 5, 1842, Mary Jane 8 b. April 12, 1845, d. July 26, 1858, Eloise Cook 8 b. June 28, 1847, Joseph Septimus 8 b. Feb. 11, 1852; Charles W. 8 m. Mary Jane Meserole Oct. 12, 1871, she was b. 1839, d. 1896, they had son 9 d. an infant and dau. Mabel Lozier 9 b. May 28, d. Oct. 18, 1880.
JOSEPH S. 8 b. Feb. 11, 1852, m. Florence Nightingale Worthington Jan. 15, 1885, they have ch. Charles Joseph 9 b. Aug. 13, 1886, Nelson Cook 9 b. March 4, 1888, Mary Gelston 9 b. Oct. 17, 1889.
 
 

THE DOWN STREET OSBORNS

For convenience and from their location I designate the descendants of Daniel 3, son of Thomas 2, as the "down street" Osbornes.
DANIEL 3 b. abt. 1666, d. Jan. 6, 1713, 48, had w. Elizabeth Hedges and ch. Daniel 4, Thomas 4, Abigail 4, Rebecca 4, Mary 4.
DANIEL 4 d. May 18, 1757, had w. Elizabeth Austin, m. June 10, 1713, and ch. Elizabeth 5, Daniel 5, Rebecca 5, Jonathan 5, Hannah 5, David 5, Elizabeth 5 b. April 1, 1714, w. Dea. Isaac VanScoy abt. 1783, Daniel 5, b. May 11, 1720, d. Dec. 4, 1792, 72, Rebecca 5 b. in 1722, d. Jan. 23, 1804, 82, Jonathan 5 b. April 14, 1725, d. Jan. 1782, 57, Hannah 5 b. July 26, 1727, David 5 b. Aug. 4, 1730.
JONATHAN 5 b. April 14, 1725, had w. Elizabeth Dibble b. Nov. 28, 1729, d. July 1824 95, m. June 10, 1753, had ch. Joseph 6, Jonathan 6, Henry 6, Samuel 6, Daniel 6.
JOSEPH 6 b. Aug. 11, 1754, d. Aug. 11, 1844, 90, had w. Mary dau. of Capt. Ezekiel Mulford b. Dec. 25, 1756, d. Dec. 25, 1830, 74. They had ch, Mulford 7 who d. young unm., Sylvanus 7, David 7, Joseph 7, Mulford 7.
JONATHAN 6 b. Jan. 4, 1760, d. Jan. 31, 1846, 86, had w. Hetty dau. of Dea. Isaac VanScoy and they had ch. Polly 7, Harvey 7, John 7, Mulford 7, Abraham 7, Betsey 7 and Isaac 7, the last two twins.
HENRY 6 b. 1762, d. Dec. 11, 1836, 74, had w. Hannah dau. of Deac. Abraham Mulford, and they had ch. Betsey 7. Fanny 7, Henry 7, Phebe 7, Hannah 7, David 7, Mary 7, William 7, Harriet 7.
SAMUEL 6 b. March 1767, d. 1859, 92, had w. Fanny Wilcot of Columbia Co. N. Y. and they had ch. Martin 7, Fanny 7, Samuel 7 and Harriet 7, who d. at Austerlitz, Columbia Co. N. Y.
DANIEL 6 Deac. had w. Esther Mulford, dau. of Dea. Abraham Mulford b. Oct. 1775, d. April 13, 1848, 72, they had ch. Samuel 7 b. Jan. 1811, d. Oct. 1811, Jeremiah 7 b. March 10, 1803 d. s. p. Feb. 25th, 1877 73, Daniel 7 b. Aug. 1, 1797, d. Aug. 2, 1859, 62, had w. Mrs. Frances wid. of William Hedges and they had dau. Jeannett 8 who m. Jeremiah Huntting, Esther 7 b. March 3, 1813, Rebecca 7 b. Aug. 15, 1799, m. David Baker and they had ch. Charles M. 8, Maria R. 8 and Edward 8; Phebe 7 b. Sept. 8, 1805, d. Feb. 26, 1833, m. Capt. William Hedges and they had ch. James M. 8 and Mary M. 8; Julia A. 7 b. June 29, 1808, d. June 13, 1859, m Wilkes Hedges and they had ch. John Wilkes 8, Anna E. 8, Esther M. 8; Abby M. 7 b. July 21, 1818, m. Rev. James M. Harlow and they have ch. James S. 8, Julia 8, Daniel O. 8, Mary T. 8, Benjamin 8 and Courtland 8.
JOSEPH 6 son of Jonathan 5 had ch. Mulford 7 b. 1775, d. s. p. Oct. 1791 16, Sylvanus 7 b. Dec. 1780, d. Feb. 28, 1870 89, m. Rebecca King of
Austerlitz, Columbia Co. N. Y. abt. 1808 and they had ch. Milton 8, Alan. son 8, Celestia 8, and Charles 8.
DAVID 7 son of Joseph 6 b. Aug. 30, 1785, d. Oct. 23, 1857, 72, m.(???) Wright, of Columbia Co. N. Y. Sept. 11, 1811 and they had ch. Samuel W. 8, Mary M. 8. John W. 8, David 8, Henry 8, Harriet A. 8.
JOSEPH 7 son of Joseph 6 b. Sept. 21, 1789, d. Dec. 29, 1872 83, m. Maria Murdock Huntting, dau. of Dea. Abraham Huntting July 29, 1812, she was b. Feb. 15, 1795, they had ch. Charles 8, Sylvanus 8, Samuel 8, David 8, Charles 8.
MULFORD 7 son of Joseph 6 b. Nov. 2. 1796, d. Feb. 13, 1871 74, m. Esther S. dau. of Benj. Parsons Jan. 1, 1835, and they had ch. Mary M. 8 b. March 8, 1839, Benjamin J. 8, b. Jan. 22, 1844, Esther E. 8 b. March 24, 1846, d. Aug. 1882; Mary M. 8 m. Geo. Payne, rem. to Alameda, Cal.
JONATHAN 6 son of Jonathan 5 had ch. Mary 7 w. of Samnel Stratton and they had ch. Anna C. 8, Sylvanus 8, Sidney H. 8, Sarah B. 8, Esther T. 8, Mary O. 8, Samuel T. 8, Caroline E. 8.
HARVEY 7, son of Jonathan 6, b. April 16th, 1789, d. July 17th. 1858, had w. Mary Fithian, dau. of Capt. Jonathan Fithian, b. Nov. 22 1789, d. and they had son Geo. A. 8, b. Dec. 2, 1824, m. Florence M. Fithian, b. Aug. 1, 1834, and they had ch. Georgiana 9, who d. young, Geo. A. 9, Mary Alice 9, Elizabeth F. R. 9 and Emmett C. 9.
JONATHAN 7, son of Jonathan 6, b. October 21, 1791, d. June 9, 1872, had w. Nancy Case, b. Jan. 1792 and they had ch. Davis C. 8, Mary 8, Hiram 8, Jonathan N. 8, Henry P. 8, Esther 8 and Margaret 8.
MULFORD 7, son of Jonathan 6, b. Aug. 10, 1794, d. October 10, 1844, had w. Pamelia Oakley, they had ch. Maria 8, Eliza 8. William 8; Maria m. Rev. Chas. Bingham, Eliza m. Rev. Isaac Lent; the last two have ch.
ABRAHAM S. 7, son of Jonathan 6, b. Dec. 27, 1796, d. Nov. 3, 1844, had 1st w. Eliza Miller and ch. Abraham S. 8, Edward R. 8, and 2d w. Harmony Tuthill, and they had ch. Lewis W. 8 and John W. 8.
BETSEY 7, dau. of Jonathan 6, sometimes called Elizabeth Dibble, twin with Isaac S. 7, b. Dec. 12th, 1800, d. (???)
ISAAC S. 7, son of Jonathan 6, had w. Catherine E. Glover, b. Dec. 15, 1812, d. Nov. 9, 1857, and they had ch. Joseph G. 8, Hetty M. 8, Jonathan M. 8; Hetty M. 8 m. 1st Geo. Lester and they had ch. Sarah F. 9 b. 1854; Catherine G. 9 b. Jan. 15, 1860; m. 2d Chas. Terbell, who d. s.
p., Sarah F. 9 m. Frank Edwards; Catherine G. 9 m. 1st Phineas Terry, who d. s. p and 2d (???) Robinson; Jonathan M. 8 has w. Eva D. Lester and they have ch. Isaac Van Scoy 9, Hetty L. 9, Chas. T. 9 and perhaps others.
HENRY 6, son of Jonathan 5 had w. Hannah, see ante, and ch. Betsey 7 b. Feb. 1, 1791, d. Oct. 9, 1781, m. Sylvanus Jones and they had dau. Philena 8 b. Aug. 27, 1810, d. Nov. 1877, who m. Capt. Wm. Mulford and both d. s. p; Fanny 7 b. Aug. 26, 1794, d. Jan. 25, 1875, m. Capt. Ezekiel Jones and they had dau. Phebe 8 b. Dec. 3, 1822, d. May 19, 1856. m. Geo. Hedges and they had ch. Fanny 9 b. July 7, 1851 and George 9 b. March 30, 1856; Henry 7, son of Henry 6, b. Jan. 26, 1796, m. Elnora Baker, dau. of Jonathan Baker, b. April 16, 1801, they had ch. Hannah 8 b. April 12, 1823, m. Capt. Ezekiel Howes and had dau. Ellen 9 b. Mch 17, 1855, w. of Henry D. Hedges; Phebe 7 b. June 8, 1800. d. Aug. 26, 1805, Hannah 7 b. July 8, 1802, d. s. p. Jan. 11, 1821, David 7 b. Aug. 20, 1805, rem. to Bellport, had w. and ch., dau. who m. Goldthwaite and son David Franks 8 of Water Mill, who m. Sarah E. Howell and has ch. Mary 7 b. Oct. 15, 1807, m. Hedges Sandford, of Water Mill, and d. s. p. Dec. 8th, 1883, Capt. William 7 b. May 12, 1811, d. July, 1842, at sea, Capt. of ship Washington, and was buried on the island of Whytotacke in the Southern Pacific Ocean, where over his grave a monument stands. He m. Harriet dau. of I. Burnet Mulford, who had ch. and both d. s. p.
HARRIET 7, b. Sept. 20, 1813, d. April 28, 1884, m. Nathaniel. C. Rackett, of Southold, L. I., and had son William O. 8.
JOSEPH 7. son of Joseph 6 and w. Maria, see ante, had ch. Charles H. 8 b. March 15, 1813, d. s. p. Nov. 19, 1828, Samuel H. 8 b. Jan. 27, 1818, d. Nov. 27, 1828, Chas. H. 8 b. Feb. 25, 1830, d. April 17, 1832, Sylvanus M. 8 b. Aug. 28, 1815, had 1st w. Frances A. dau. of Jared Loper, of Bridge-Hampton, N. Y., b. Oct. 28, 1816, d. April 10, 1880, (at Birmingham, Conn. on a visit to her dau. Mary) they had ch. Mary F. 9, David E. 9, Joseph H. 9, Mary Frances, 9 b. Nov. 1845; m. Samuel Miller Gardiner (lawyer) s of Rev. Robert D. b. May 3d. 1840, d. Mar. 29, 1880, in Birmingham, Conn., they had ch. Robert S. 10, Fannie P. 10, Edward E. 10; Joseph H. 9 was b. Sept. 24, 1860, David Edwin 9, b. Aug. 30, 1849, m. Amanda H. dau. of Samuel G. Mulford and they had ch. Edward Mulford 10 b. June 1, 1877, Samuel Gardiner 10 b. Jan. 20, 1880; David D. 8 s. of Joseph 7 b. Dec. 25, 1824, d. Sept. 25, 1881, m. 1st Emily C. dau. of Capt. Benjamin A. Gardiner, of Brooklyn, N. Y. b. Jan. 29, 1829, d. April 1876, they had ch. Benjamin G. 9 b. Oct. 10, 1848, Sarah Ella 9 b. Aug. 11, 1852, Wm. T. 9 b. Sept. 14, 1855, Herbert H. 9 b. Oct. 8, 1862, Charles A. 9 b. March 13, 1870; had 2d w. Mrs. Maria L. White, dau. of Col. Davis, of Ill., who became 2d wife of Sylvanus M. 8.
JONATHAN 7 s. of Jonathan 6 had ch. Davis C. 8 (Capt.) b. March 23, 1817, had w. Josephine Case, of Shelter Island, b. 1835, they had ch. Walter D. 9 b. Feb. 11, 1857, Maggie 9 b. May 15, 1870, Mary J. 9 b. May 10, 1873; Mary 8 b. 1817, m. Joel Tuthill of West Hampton, L. I. they had ch. Nancy 9, Ella 9, Anna 9, John 9; Jonathan Nicolas 8 b. May, 1825, killed by runaway horses Sept. 29, 1877, unmd., Capt. Hiram 8 b. May 1827, had w. Ella Tuthill, his niece, they have ch. Everett 9, Eda 9, Henry P. 8 b. May 17, 1829, m. Mary F. Barnes dau. of David Barnes, of Amagansett, b. March 16, 1829, they had dau. Phebe E. 9 b. June 1857, m. Joseph Cousins, Esther 8 b. July 25, 1831, m. Wm. C. Pye, they had ch. Wm. H. 9, Elizabeth 9, Mary E. 9, Ada 9, Edwin O. 9 d. an infant. Ernest L. 9, Wm. VanNess 9, Arthur L. 9 d. young; Margaret 8 b. Sept. 23, 1836, m. Wm. Strong, had s. William 9 b. March 17, 1857.
ABRAHAM S. 7 s. of Jonathan 6 had w. and ch. Abraham S. 8 b. Aug. 17, 1828, Edward R. 8 b. Dec. 6, 1831, Lewis W. 8 b. Nov. 4, 1837, John W. 8 b. Nov. 24, 1842.
 


WAINSCOTT OSBORNES

THOMAS OSBORNE 1 the emigrant had s. John 2 who rem. to Wainscott.
JOHN 2 of Wainscott d. abt. 1687, had w. and sons Thomas 3, John 3 Caleb 3, Edward 3, and Ephraim 3.
THOMAS 3 b. abt. 1660, d. June 23, 1745 abt. 85 less 6 weeks, had w. Mary d. Jan. 21, 1733, they had ch. Elisha 4, John 4, Zebedee 4, Timothy 4, Abigail 4, Nathan 4, Samuel 4, Prudence 4, Mehetabel 4, Hur 4, John 4, Jedediah 4, (note, the 1st John d. young.)
JEDEDIAH 4 had several children, and among others Jedediah 5 and Jonathan 5.
JONATHAN 5 b. June 1737, d. Nov. 1814 (was a private in Capt. Hallock's
Militia Co. of Bridge-Hampton, in the Revolution; took part in the battle of Long Island and Trenton; had w. Mary dau. of Thomas Miller and Sarah Hopping. They had ch. Mary 6 who d. single 27, Sarah 6 who m. Elisha Osborn of Wainscott, Chloe 6 w. of James Hand,
Phebe 6 w. 1st of Reuel Hand, w. 2d of John Strong, Jonathan 6 b. Aug. 14, 1771, d. Dec. 22, 1856.
CAPT. JONATHAN 6 of Wainscott b. Aug. 14, 1771, had w. Betsey Schellenger, dau. of Abraham Schellenger and Lois Conkling, (this Abraham was s. of Jonathan, who was s. of Jacob) and they had ch. Polly 7 b. Sept. 26, 1799, d. March 14, 1817, Eliza 7 b. Dec. 4, 1800, d. Feb. 15, 1889. (m. July 13, 1822, by Rev. Ebenezer Phlllips of E. Hampton) to Gurden Halsey of B. Hampton), Jonathan 7 b. May 27, 1802, d. June 22, 1880, David 7 d. an infant, Isaac 7 d. an infant and Isaac 7 b. April 18, 1807, d. Feb. 25, 1893, Abraham 7 b. Aug. 24, 1808, drowned at sea Jan. 1, 1838, Conkling 7 b. Dec. 26, 1811, d. July 1877, David 7 b. Feb. 18, 1815, d. Sept. 22, 1827.
JONATHAN 7 had w. Polly Loper of Amagansett and they had ch Laura C. 8 b. March 11, 1827, David P. 8 b. Dec. 1, 1828, Henry L. 8 b. May 13, 1834, Ellen 8 b. March 1832 d. young, James L. 8 b. Sept. 17, 1838, Ellen P. 8 of Scuttle Hole b. Nov. 21, 1840, Phebe G. 8 b. March 6, 1843, Abraham 7 m. Almira Loper.
CONKLING 7 had w. Hannah Harris and ch. Charles J. 8, James H. 8, Edward J. 8, Dora 8.
Eliza 7 w. of Gurden Halsey had ch. George A. 8 b. April 15, 1823, Polly Osborn 8 b. Sept. 24, 1824, d. Nov. 30, 1829, Sarah W. 8 b. Aug. 28, 1826, d. Sept. 13, 1827, Jacob L. 8 b. Aug. 18, 1828, Harriet E. 8 b. Oct. 24, 1830, Elizabeth S. 8 b. Feb. 18, 1833, Jonathan Osborn 8 b. Aug. 6, 1836, d. Feb. 12, 1893, Phebe J. 8 b. June 3, 1842.
HENRY L. 8 s. of Jonathan 7 b. May 13, 1834, has ch. Jonathan Edwards 9 b. March 26, 1866, George Henry 9 b. Aug. 25, 1868, Walter Howell 9 b. July 21, 1877.
JONATHAN EDWARDS 9 b. March 26, 1866, had w. Mary Dudley, and they have ch. Florence 10 and Sarah 10 b. Aug. 8, 1891, at Salt Lake City.
ELISHA 4 s. of Thomas 3 had s. Elisha 5 b. Nov. 10, 1734.
ELISHA 5 b. Nov. 10, 1734, m. Dec. 15, 1758, Alice Edwards; they had ch. Capt. Thomas 6 b. Oct. 3, 1759, Miriam 6 b. Jan. 29, 1761 d. unm., Capt. Nathan 6 b. April 16, 1763, rem. to Austerlitz, Columbia Co. N. Y. Climena 6 b. July 28, 1765, m. Gamaliel Edwards, and they rem. to West Stockbribge Centre and had ch. Orlando 7, William 7, Osborn 7, Laura 7 and Harvey 7; Elisha, Jr. 6 b. April 19, 1769, Alice 6 b. Feb. 17, 1771, d. unm., John Stratton 6 b. April 25, 1775.
THOMAS 6 b. Oct. 3, 1759, rem. to Austerlitz, Columbia Co. N. Y., m. Mary Conkling and they had ch. David C. 7, Elisha C. 7, Betsey 7, Polly 7 and Julia 7; David C. 7 had ch. David L. 8, John N. 8, Mary A. 8 w. of (???) Tyler and Julia E. 8 w. of James H. Topping; Elisha C. 7 had ch. Lester T. 8, Ophelia 8, Helen M. 8, Eugenia E. 8; Betsey 7 dau. of Capt. Thomas 6 m. (???) Calkins and had ch. Alvin 8, George 8, Mary 8, Eliza 8, Harriet C. 8, Abiram 8, Thomas 8, Harriet N. 8 and Henry 8; Julia 7 dau. of Capt. Thomas 6 m. Josiah White and they had ch. Thomas 8, Maltby G. 8 and William W. 8 who all d. s. p.
ELISHA, JR. 6 b. April 19, 1769, d. Dec. 9, 1856, 87, had w. Mary dau. of Stephen Edwards, she d. Dec. 8, 1831, they had ch. Lucretia 7 b. Sep. 23, 1803, d. Aug. 27, 1842 unm., David E. 7 b. Sept. 9, 1805, d. Sept. 26, 1813, Thomas 7 b. Nov. 5, 1807, d. March 9, 1767, Fanny 7 b. April 15, 1809, d. April 23, 1832 unm., Betsey 7 b. June 6, 1815, d, Dec. 18, 1844, m. John N. Hedges and they had ch. Elisha O. 8 and Mary L. 8; Juliette 7 d. an infant, David 7 b. Feb. 3, 1821, d. Jan. 11, 1847 unm.
THOMAS 7 b. Nov. 5, 1807, d. March 9, 1867, m. Adela H. Sayre, b. Jan. 8, 1813, d. Feb. 25, 1886, and they had ch. Alice 8 b. Aug. 27, 1840, d. Jan. 22, 1841, Adela S. 8 b. Dec. 8, 1841, d. May 24, 1862, m. Dec. 7, 1857 Cornelius Conkling and they had s. Elisha 9 b. May 2, 1861, d. May 28, 1862, Nathan T. 8 b. Nov. 6, 1843, d. Jan. 30, 1847, John M. 8 b. Jan. 8, 1846, Elisha 8 b. Nov. 26, 1847, d. Aug. 29, 1848, Charlotte P. 8 b. March 7, 1850, d. Sept. 24, 1860, Oliver S. 8 b. Sept. 28, 1853.
JOHN M. 8 b. Jan. 8, 1846, d. Aug. 9, 1894, m. June 2, 1875 Louisa H. Edwards, b. July 24, 1851; they had ch. Martha A. 9 b. Aug. 31, 1876, Alice E. 9 b. March 9, 1879, Thomas 9 b. April 26, 1880, Fannie S. 9 b. Oct.
4, 1883, Mary L. 9 b. Nov. 25, 1887, Amy C. 9 b. Jan. 28, 1892.
OLIVER S. 8 b. Sept. 28, 1853, m. Jan. 1, 1879 Ruth Hedges and have ch. Elisha 9 b. Jan. 22, 1883, Raymond Hopping 9 and LeRoy Hedges 9, twins, b. July 13, 1891.
JOHN S. 6 b. April 25, 1775, d. Aug. 22, 1852, m. Puah Terbell, she d. Nov. 23, 1850, and had ch. Louisa 7 b. 1808 and John S. 7 b. Sept. 9, 1818.
JOHN S. 7 b. Sept. 9, 1818, m. Jane M. Payne. she d. Sept. 15, 1890 and they had ch. David C. 8 b. Oct. 31, 1848, Libbie H. 8 b. July 4, 1850 John S. 8 b. Jan. 29, 1852, Jennie M. 8 b. April 4, 1857, Florence N. P. 8 b. Feb. 6, 1861. Elisha 4 had s. Zebedee 5 who had s. Elisha 6.
ELISHA 6 was in Connecticut during the Revolutionary war (probably leaving L. I. with his father). To designate him from other Elishas his neighbors called him "Continental Osborn."
ELISHA 6 had ch. Malines 7, Chauncey 7, and dau. Charlotte 7 w. of Capt. Sylvester Miller, of Amagansett.
MALINES 7 had w. Abigail Loper and they had ch. Fitz A. 8, Geo. B. 8 Nathan P. 8, Bordaloue S. 8, Casabianca 8, Sarah J. 8 w. of Andrew Strong and Josephine W. 8 w. of Jonathan E. Bennett; Casabianca 8 d. unm. the other ch. all have ch.
CHAUNCEY 7 had w. Miranda and ch. Adelaide 8 w. of George Hedges, and Isabella 8.
 


THE PARSONS FAMILY

In addition to the sketch of this family in Howell's History of Southampton, William H. Parsons, of Fire Place, and Adelia A. Sherrill (nee Parsons) have largely contributed to the following genealogy:
The line runs thus: Samuel Parsons, 1, the 1st of the name on Long Island, came from Lynn with the settlers to East-Hampton in 1649 and had three sons, John 2, Robert 2 and Samuel, Jr. 2, b. 1630, d. 1714, 84; Seth 3 b. 1665, d. 1725, 60; John 4 b. 1705, d. 1793, 88; Elnathan 5 b. Oct. 3, 1753, d. Dec. 7, 1836, 83; Wm. Davis 6 b. Sept. 28, 1793, d. April 8, 1785, 82; William H. 7 b. May 9, 1832, now living; Charles S. 8 b. Aprii 1, 1858, now living.
ELNATHAN 5 had w. Urania Dominy, and ch. Elnathan, Jr. 6 b, Jan. 22. 1787, d. May 1, 1863, 76, Sclon 6 b. March 1, 1789, d. July 15, 1863, 74, Nathaniel 6 b. April 12, 1791, d. Aug. 22, 1811, 20, William D. 6, b. Sept. 28, 1793, d. Aprll 8, 1875, 82, Phebe 6 b. Dec. 1796, d. an infant, Charlvs 6 b. Feb. 3, 1798, d. May 26, 1877, 79, Phebe 6 b, June 1, 1801, d. Aug. 26, 1878, 77, Jonathan B. 6 b. April 23, 1804, d. July 10, 1889, 85.
Great Grandfather John 4 was b. 1705, d. June 28, 1793. He m twice His 1st w. was "widow Barnes" hose maiden name was Martha Edwards; she was a native of Conn. His 2d w. was a widow Abigail Chatfield (she m. Thomas Chatfield, Jr. Nov. 11, 1735; he d. Jan. 1, 1742, 38) whose maiden name was Mulford; she d. Sept. 19, 1806, 89, John and Abigail had ch. Elnathan 5, Stephen 5 and Seth 5; Elnathan 5 lived at Fire Place; Stephen rem. to Hoosac, Seth 5 to New Baltimore; one daughter Puah 5 m. John Davis 1772; he was Major in the Revolution, died in a Jersey prison ship; went up the Mohawk with Gen. Washington.
ELNATHAN 5 was b. Oct. 3, 1753; Urania Dominy his wife, daughter of Nathaniel Dominy and Hannah Baker Dominy, was b. April 18, 1765. Nhthaniel Dominy b. 1736, Hannah Baker Dominy b. 1740; they had ch. Elnathan 6, Charles 6, Jonathan B. 6, Solon 6, William Davis (Col.) 6.
SAMUEL 2 b. 1630, d. July 6, 1714, m. Hannah (???) who d. Oct. 3, 1728, about 83 (probably 2d wife) and had ch. John 3 b. abt. 1660, d. 1715, Louisa 3 or Lois 3, Esther 3, Seth 3 b. 1665, d. 1725, Sarah 3, Robert 3 b. about 1680, d. 1742, and Samuel 3 b. 1683, d. 1753.
JOHN 3 b. about 1660, d. about 1715, had ch. Henry 4 b. say abt. 1690, d. 1715, Samuel 4 b. 1693, d. 1752, Abigail 4 bap. 1701, Puah 4 bap. 1701, and John 4 b. 1705, d. 1793.
HENRY 4 b. say about 1690 and drowned from a capsized whaleboat Feb. 24, 1719, had ch. Phebe 5 bap. 1730, Mary 5 bap. 1734, and Sarah 5, bap. 1738.
SAMUEL 4 b. 1693, d. Aug. 18, 1752, m. Hannah Baker Dec. 14, 1715, had ch. Hannah 5 bap. 1718, Deborah 5 bap. 1722, Samuel 5 bap. 1725,
and Mary 5 bap. 1729.
SAMUEL 5 bap. 1725, m. Mary Merry 1747, had ch. Merry 6 bap. Jan. 1748, Mary 6 bap. Oct. 1749, Puah 6 bap. 1751, Samuel 6 bap. Aug. 1753, and Hannah 6 bap. May 1768.
MERRY 6 bap. Jan. 1748, had ch. Elizabeth 7 bap. April 1771, Talmage 7 bap. Oct. 1776, Augustus 7 bap. March 1779, Sylvanus 7 bap. June 1785, Lewis 7 bap. April 1789 and Merry 7.
AUGUSTUS 7 bap. March 1779, had s. Samuel 8 and perhaps others.
MERRY 7 had s. Thomas T. 8.
THOMAS T. 8 rem. to Orient Point, N. Y. and had ch. Augustus 3, Merry 8 and a daughter.
SYLVANUS 7 bap. 1785 m. Hannah Terbell and had ch. Lawton 8 and Merry 9 and Marietta 8 w. of David Carll.
MERRY 8 had ch, Ella 9 and Edith 9.
LEWIS 7 had dau. Mary 8.
JOHN 4 b. 1705, d. 1793, son of John 3, m. Phebe Miller May 16, 1740 and had ch. Mary 5 w. of Jeremiah Osborn, and Phebe 5 w. of Samuel Hutchinson.
SETH 3 b. 1665, d. Sept. 19. 1725, had ch. Hannah 4 bap. 1701, Elizabeth 4 bap. 1704, John 4 bap. I706, Stephen 4 bap. 1709, Elizabeth 4 (again) bap. 1712, and w. of (???) Woodruff, Puah 4 bap. 1717 w. of Recompense Sherrill, and Seth 4 who d. s. 9 1752 and was b. about 1702.
JOHN 4 bap. 1706, d. 1793, son of Seth 3, m. 1st wid. Martha Barnes, Oct. 25, 1729, an?? had by her four ch. Puah 5 bap. Sept. 6, 1730, Mary 5 bap. 1732, Mercy 5 bap. 1733 and Elizabeth 5 bap. 1735. John 4 m. 2d w. wid. Phebe Chatfield (nee Mulford) and had ch. John 5 bap. 1737, Abigail 5 bap. Sept. 1741, Seth 5, bap. March 1740, Elnathan 5 bap. Nov. 1753 and Stephen 5 bap. 1754, and perhaps others
SETH 5 bap. March 1749, had ch Seth 6 rem. to Hoosac Falls, Jehiel 6 bap. 1790 rem. to same place, Hedges 6 and Chatfield 5, twins, bap. 1783, Julia 6 bap. 1792, Abigail6 and Andrew 6.
HEDGES 6 had ch. Chatfield H. 7 of Fredonia, N. Y. Seth F. 7 of Minnesota, David 7 of Springs, East-Hampton. Charles D. 7, Manchester, Ct. and Nathaniel T. 7 of E. Hampton.
SETH F. 7 had dau. Julia 8.
DAVID 7 had ch. Jehiel M. 8, Seth F. 8 and David Edgar 8.
JEHIEL M. 8 m. Phebe dau. of Charles Osborn and had ch. Samuel 9 and Sarah 9.CHARLES D. 7 of Manchester had ch. Anne 8 and Charles 8.
ELNATHAN 6 b. Jan. 22, 1787, d. May 1, 1863, and rem. to Glens Falls, N. Y., had ch. Rev. Henry M. 7 and Charles 7.
REV. HENRY M. 7 m. Maria dau. of James Brown had one son who d. young.
CHARLES 7 had d. Sarah 7.
CHARLES 6 b. Feb. 3, 1798, d. May 26, 1877, m. Eleanor Harris, of Southampton and rem. there and had ch. Mary 7 who m. Dr. (???) Gildersleeve, of Port Jefferson, L. I. and Sarah Jane 7 who m. Charles White of Southampton.
JONATHAN B. 6 b. April 23, 1804, d. July 10, 1889, rem. to New Brunswick, N. J.
SOLON 6 b. March 1, 1789, d. July 15, 1863, rem. from East-Hampton and had ch.
WILLIAM D. 6 b. Sept. 28, 1793, d. April 8, 1875, had 1st w. (???) Rhodes and d. Frances 7 had 2d w. Maria and ch. William H. 7 and Julius D. 7.
WILLIAM H. 7 b. May 9, 1832, m. Mary J. (???) and has ch. Charles S. 8
b. April 1, 1858, William D. 8 b. March 1, 1860, Edward W. 8 d. Aug. 16, 1862, d. Jan. 28, 1885, Frank W. 8 b. June 17, 1865, Henry Hale 8 b. June 2, 1868, Maria D. 8 b. Dec. 25, 1872, d. May 27, 1893 and Daniel D. 8 b. Sept. 25, 1874.
CHARLES S. 8 b. April 1, 1858, m. Mary E. Talmage Oct. 21, 1886; she was b. April 23, 1858 and have no ch.
WILLIAM D. 8 b. March 1, 1860, m. Mary A. Conklin July 2, 1891, she was b. Feb. 15, 1870 and have ch. William D. 9 b. Oct. 20, 1892.
FRANK W. 8 b. June 7, 1865, m. Sarah R. Monroe March 16, 1888, she was b. Nov. 13, 1864 and have ch. Eddie R. 9 b. Aug. 28, 1889, d. Oct. 3, 1889, Elbert V. 9 b. May 11, 1891 and Ralph 9 b. June 28, 1896.
HENRY HALE 8 b. June 2, 1868, m. May 3, 1893 Phebe J. Parsons, who was b. Jan. 2, 1874, and have ch. Maria D. 9 b. Nov. 22, 1894, and Harry E. 9 b. March 8, 1896.
DANIEL D. 8 d. Sept. 25, 1874, m. Feb. 10, 1894 Essie B. Edwards, who was b. March 23, 1875, and have ch. Gertrude L. 9 b. Nov. 25, 1894.
JULIUS D. 7 d. Sept. 5, 1841, m. Dec. 5, 1867 Mary E. Schellenger, b. Sept. 26, 1841 and has ch. Lillie M. 8 b. Nov. 13, 1869 d. young, Egbert J. 8 b. Dec. 24, 1871, d. young, Bessie S. 8 b. June 20, 1874, Herbert W. 8 b. Sept. 23, 1876.
STEPHEN 5 bap. 1754, d. 1851, had ch. John D. 6 b. 1782, Silas E. 6 bap. 1783, Darius 6, Stephen 6 bap. 1785, Andrew 6 bap. 1788, Hannah 6 bap. 1789, Phebe C. 6 bap. 1796, Sylvanus 6, Anson 6, Melvin 6, Samuel 6, Amanda 6, Caroline 6.
STEPHEN 6 bap. April 11, 1785, d. July 13, 1820, m. Dec. 31, 1809 Hannah Thorne of New Baltimore, Greene Co., N. Y. and had ch. Phebe C. 7 b. Nov. 4, 1810, James W. 7 b. Feb. 10, 1812, John D. 7 b. April 27, 1815 and Sarah A. 7 b. Oct. 31, 1818.
PHEBE C. 7 b. Nov. 4, 1810, m. Chas. Meigs of Albany, N. Y. end rem. to Elkhorn, Wis. and had ch. Caroline 8 w. Geo. Mallory of South Lansing, Tompkins Co. N. Y., Anna 8 w. Geo. Hillman, Portland, Oregon, Mary 8 w. of Seth Minckler, Chicago, Elizabeth 8, Henrietta 8 w. Mr. Pomposki, Milwaukee, Charles 8, Isabel 8 w. Geo Gray, Oregon, Melvin 8, VanLoan 8.
JAMES W. 7 b. Feb. 10, 1812, m. Elizo Gray (b. in 1815) in 1836 and had ch. Stephen Henry8 b. Aug. 15, 1840, Sarah Elizabeth 8??. Aug. 3, 1846, James W. 8 b. Dec. 26, 1849, Arthur 8 b. 1850, 1851, Arthur 8 (again) b. Dec. 20, 1853, Eloise 8 b. May 19. 1856.STEPHEN H. 8 b. Aug. 15, 1840, m. Jennie A. Greer, June 15, 1869, and has ch. Jessie G. 9 b. May 1870, Martha G. 9 b. Jan. 10, 1874 and Albert G. 9 b. May 10, 1877.
JAMES W. 8 b. Dec. 26, 1849, m. Mary Blake in 1872, and has ch. Grace 9 b. Jan. 1874 and Nellie 9 b. 1877.
JOHN D. 7 b. April 27, 1815, of Albany, of the firm of Weed & Parsons, m. Ellenor Bowne Oct. 1841, and has ch. Ellenor A. 8 b. Aug. 31, 1842, d. Feb. 15, 1843, Mary Ellenor 8 b. July 12, 1844, John D. 8 b. Jan. 2, 1847, Henry B. 8 b. Oct. 1, 1848, d. in infancy, Henry B. 8 again April 30, 1850 Fredeick W. 8 b. April 23, 1852, d. Jan. 6, 1854, Anna M. 8 b. Aug. 23, 1854, Ada Maria 8 b. June 27, 1856, Effie T. 8 b. May 16, 1859, d. June 14, 1863, Ella D. 8 b. March 24, 1862.
JOHN D. 8 b. Jan. 2, 1847, m. Agnes E. Chase Nov. 9, 1870.
HENRY B. 8 b. April 30, 1850, m. Carrie M. Peck Nov. 20, 1872.
MARY ELLENOR 8 b. July 12, 1844, m. Geo. Beadle, of Syracuse, N. Y. Feb. 17, 1874.
ANNA M. 8 b. Aug. 23, 1854, m. Walter M. Newton, of Albany, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1878, and had ch. John Parsons 9 b. Nov. 3, 1879.
ADA M. 8 b. June 27, 1856, m. William V. Page, of Albany, N. Y. Jan. 29, 1879.
SARAH A. 7 b. Oct. 31, 1818, m. John Thomas, of Albany, N. Y., and has ch. Hannah Louise 8 b. 1847, Elva 8 b. 1849, J. Melven 8 b. 1851, Anson P. 8 b. 1853, Annie 8 b. 1855, d. 1857, and L. Loyd 8.
HANNAH L. THOMAS 8 b. 1847, m. Matthew Bender and has ch. Matthew 9, John 9, Ella 9, Bertha 9, Melven 9.
J. MELVIN THOMAS 8 m. Helen Platt.
SILAS E. 6 bap. 1783, m. wid. Esther Smedley of Fairfield, Ct., in 1818, and had ch. Sylvanus H. H. b. 1819.
SYLVANUS H. H. 7 of Albany, b. 1819, m. Maria L. Van Schoonhoven in 1843, and has ch. Louisa L. 8 b. 1844, Esther 8 b. 1846, w. of Elihu R. Smith of Albany, Henry C. 8 b. 1853 and John D. 8 b. Feb. 22, 1857.
ROBERT 3 b. 1680 or 1681, d. Jan. 8, 1742, about 60, m. 1st Mary Dominy March 6, 1700 (probably 1701) and 2d w. Hannah, and had ch. Robert 4, John 4, Sarah 4, Mehetabel 4 and Henry 4.
ROBERT 4 m. Mary dau. Roger Davis Dec. 1, 1735, and had ch. Mary 5 bap. 1739, William 5 bap. 1741, Robert 5 bap. 1745, and perhaps others.
WILLIAM 5 bap. 1741, had son William 6 bap. 1770, and Abraham 6.
RORERT 5 bap. 1745, had ch. Elizabeth 6 and Mary 6, both bap. 1775.
JOHN 4 m. Sarah Sherrill Nov. 20, 1739 and had ch. Henry 5 bap. 1741, Sarah 5 bap. 1743, and Jeremiah 5 bap. 1745, and perhaps others.
SAMUEL 3 b. 1683, d. Feb. 3, 1753, had son John 4.
JOHN 4 m. Patience Conkling Oct. 9, 1729, she d. April 18, 1739, 38; he m. 2d Martha Cook of Mecox Aug. 27, 1739; he m. 3d Phebe (???) and had ch. Rachel 5 bap. 1730, Esther 5 bap. 1732, Sarah 5 bap. 1735, Phebe 5 bap. 1740, John 5 bap. 1743, and perhaps Ludlow 5 bap. April 1747, Josiah 5 bap. March 1749 and Puah 5 bap. June 1751.
JOHN 5 bap. 1743, d. 1824, 82, had ch. (probably) John 6 bap. Sept. 1767, Mary 6 bap. Dec. 1775, Esther 6 bap. May 1784, and perhaps others.
LUDLOW 5 bap. 1747, had ch. Abraham 6, William 6, and perhaps Polly 6 who m. David Talmage 3d.
WILLIAM 6 m. and rem. to Stillwater, N. Y. and had ch. Anna 7 and Lydia 7.
ABRAHAM 6 d. Sept. 10, 1844, 72, m. Anna Terry who d. Sept. 13, 1861, 87, they had ch William 7 b. 1800, Jeremiah T. 7 b. 1802, Martha T. 7 b. 1805, d. March 2, 1826, Mary A. 7 b. 1807.
WILLIAM 7 b. 1800, d. Sept. 1846, m. Anna C. Stratton, she d. April
1875, they had ch. Abraham S. 8 b. 1829, William Lewis 8 b. 1833, Adelia A. 8 b. 1838 and Juliet b. 1842.
ABRAHAM S. 8 b. 1829, d. Jan. 1895, m. Ellen S. Schellenger 1860, and had ch. Minnie G. 9, Mary H. 9, Ella C. 9, Anastasia W. 9, William A. 9 b. 1875, d. 1876, Ettie C. 9, Lewis S. 9 and John D. 9. Minnie G. 9 m. Thos. Garrett, of Va., Mary H. 9 m. Chas. Bennett, Anastasia W. 9 m. Charles Mulford.
WILLIAM LEWIS 7 b. 1833 rem. to Nersho Falls, Kansas and m. 1876 Jennie Halloway and had ch. Anna E. b. 1877, and Wm. Sherrill b. 1878.
NOTE.--Col. W. Lewis Parsons went to Denver in 1859, and for about two years was engaged in mining. He returned in the fall of 1860 to Racine, Wis., and the following Spring enlisted in Co. F. 2d Wiconsin Infantry. Was mustered in as 2d Lieutenant April 1861, served three years and six months, and was in all the engagements of his command. He was promoted to 1st Lieut. Aug. 1861, made Capt. Oct 1861. promoted Major Oct. 1863, and after the battle of Gettysburg was commissioned Col. of 2d Wis. Volunteer Infantry, but was taken prisoner before he was mustered in. He was in many of the heaviest engagements of the war, was wounded several times, the last time was left for dead in the field, and taken prisoner and held in confinement seven months and was finally paroled near the close of the war, and was mustered out at Washington, D. C. in Jan. 1865.
ADELIA A. 8 b. 1838, m. 1859 Nathaniel Sherrill and has ch. Anna M. 9 b. 1860, Abram E. 9 b. 1862, Mary J. 9 b. 1865, Julia P. 9 b. 1868, A. Blanche 9 b. 1871, Willie N. 9 b. and d. in 1874; Mary J. 9 m. 1888 Herbert L. Bates of Rutland, Vt., Julia P. 9 m. 1889 Wm. H. Hedges, Abram E. m. 1890 Nettie J. Glover.
JULIET 8 b. 1842, m. 1871 John S. Sherrill of Pike, N. Y. and rem. from thence to Minneapolis, Minn., and has ch. L. Elizabeth 9 b. 1873, Ruth A. 9 b. 1885; L. Elizabeth 9 m. 1895 Fred T. Merritt.
JEREMIAH T. 7 b. 1802, d. June 1876, m. 1st Mary Cook who d. 1830, m. 2d Phebe Cook and had ch. Jeremiah T. 8, Mary A. 8, Nathan C. 8 b. 1825, d. 1829, Henry C. b. 1834, d. 3 mos.
JEREMIAH T. Jr. 8 m, 1st Adeline S. Tillinghast who d. 1853, and had ch. Edmund T. 9; m. 2d Mary Tillinghast, she d. 1863, and they had ch. Adeline 9 d. 1886 and Charles 9 who d. 1864; m. 3d Julia A. Edwards and had ch. Fanny 9 and Fred C. 9; Fanny 9 m. George Griffing of Shelter Island.
MARY A. 8 m. Daniel Schellenger and had ch. Adeline T., Wilfred and Mary; both the last named are dead.
MARY ANN 7 b. 1807, d. 1887, m. Aaron Fithian and had ch Mary A. b. 1831, Jonathan b. 1835, William S. b. 1839, Jerusha D. b. 1842, who m. 1887 John Lester.
EDMUND T. 9 m. Carrie E. Miller and has ch. Ernest 10.
 


THE SCHELLENGER FAMILY

Isaac Schellenger, late of Amagansett, deceased, made a genealogy of this family, dated Feb. 26, 1884, signed it, and gave it to me. Therefrom I have compiled the following:
JACOB SCHELLINX 1, or Schellinger, came to this country about the year 1653, and transacted business in New Amsterdam (now New-York) as agent for his uncle, a merchant of Amsterdam, Holland. His wife was Catherine Melyn, a sister of Cornelius Melyn, Patroon of Staten Island, and daughter of Cornelius Melyn. He d. in East-Hampton June 17, 1693, 67, and she d. Feb. 25, 1717, 88. They had ch. William 2 bap. March 8, 1654, Catherine 2 b. April 9, 1656, Abraham 2 b. Feb. 11,1659, Daniel 2, Cornelius 2 and Jacob 2. Daniel 2 resided in Harlem, Holland, d. in Batavia, E. Indies, in 1701, leaving in Harlem a wid. and I think no ch. Cornelius 2 probably resided on Staten Island, or near N. Y. city. William 2 resided in E. Hampton and d. there March 6, 1735. Catherine 2, Abraham 2 and Jacob 2 settled In Amagansett, near 1690, and died there. Catherine 2 m. Nathaniel Baker 2 s. of Thomas 1 and they had ch.
ABRAHAM 2 b. Feb. 11, 1659, d. Jan. 1, 1712, m. Joanna Hedges Nov. 15, 1688: she d. Nov. 1, 1708; they had ch. Joanna 3 b. Dec. 1689. m. Samuel Ogden of Newark, N. J. Sept. 10, 1707, Rachel 3 b. Nov. 8, 1691, m. David Gardiner, of Gardiner's Island, April 15, 1713; William 3 b. April 9, 1694; Abraham 3 b. June 29, 1697, d. Nov. 5, 1718; Isaac 3 b. March 17, 1699, who rem. while a young man; Amy 3 b. June 7, 1701, m. Joshua Plumb of New London, Ct. Nov. 11, 1723; Zerviah 3 b. Aug. 15, 1705, m. Samuel Hudson Nov. 9, 1722; William 3 b. April 9, 1694, was drowned Feb. 24, 1719, had w. Phebe his wid. and infant sons William 4, Abraham 4. The wid. Phebe m. Abraham Nott Oct. 8, 1722.
JACOB 2, son of Jacob 1 d. Jan. 28, 1713, had w. Hannah and ch. Hannah 3 b. Aug. 15, 1693, m. William Whitehead of Elizabethtown, N. J. May 3, 1715; Catharine 3 b. Aug. 5, 1695, m. John Conkling, Jr. Sept. 25, 1725; Hester 3 b. Nov. 16, 1697, m. Thomas Osborn 3d Dec. 8, 1720; Mercy 3 b. Nov. 4, 1699, m. Samuel Baker Oct. 18, 1721; Jacob 3 b. Nov. 22, 1702, drowned in the surf Jan. 17, 1753; Daniel 3 d. March 28, 1709; Abigail 3 b. Feb. 14, 1705, m. Wm. Rogers, of Bridge-Hampton, Nov. 12, 1724; Daniel 3 b. March 1, 1710, rem. to Bridge-Hampton and had w. and several children, his dau. Mary 4 m. John Cook and d. Dec. 28, 1778 46 years, his son Daniel 4 rem. to Chester, Morris Co. N. J. with his family in 1777; Jonathan 3 b. Dec. 11, 1712.
JACOB 3 b. Nov. 22, 1702, son of Jacob 2, had w. and ch. Hannah 4 bap. in 1725, m. Joseph Hicks Nov. 20, 1745; Jacob 4 bap. 1727, d. May 2, 1751; Mary 4 bap. 1729, m. David Loper June 15, 1754; Mercy 4 bap. 1730, m. Zebedee Osborn, of Wainscott, Feb. 1, 1752; Jonathan 4 bap. 1733, Catherine 4 bap. 1736, no other record found, Abraham 4 bap. 1738 Isaac 4.
ABRAHAM 4 had w. and several ch. a dau. Betsey 5 m. Capt. Jonathan Osborn, of Wainscott; his son Abraham 5 m. Susan Field, of E. Hampton and they had ch. Abraham M. 6, Elizaam 6, Mariett 6, David W. 6, and Emeline 6, of whom Abraham M. 6 rem. to Lynn, Mass. and died there, leaving son George Bruce 7; David W. 6 d. in Sag-Harbor, leavin a son 7; Daniel 5, a son of Abraham 4 d. in Sag-Harbor, leaving sons
John N. 6, George 6, William 6; Isaac 4, son of Jacob 3, d. abt. 1800, leaving sons Christopher 5 and Daniel 5: his family rem. to N. Jersey.
JONATHAN 4, s. of Jacob 3, bap. 1733, d. June 1814, had 1st w. Elizabeth Stratton, who d. March 12, 1781: they had ch. Elizabeth 5 b. Oct. 5, 1756, d. 1824, Jacob 5 b. Dec. 22, 1758, d. April 6, 1821, Phebe 5 b. June 26, 1761, Jonathan 5 b. April 27, 1763, d. Jan. 7, 1839, Samuel 5 b. April 10, 1765, d. Jan. 18, 1848, Mercy 5 b. April 13, 1767, d. 1798, Hannah 5 b. Sept. 3, 1768: had 3d w. Hannah (Conkling) Darby, and they had Sylvester 5 b. Sept. 3, 1785.
JACOB 5 s. of Jonathan 4 b. Dec. 22, 1758, m. Elizabeth dau. of Joseph Edwards, of Amagansett, she d. May 23, 1823, they had ch. Betsey 6 b. Dec. ??0, 1791, d. Dec. 26, 1826, m. Sylvester Strong, of Wainscott, and they rem. to New Paltz, Ulster Co. N. Y.; Henry 6 b. Nov. 21, 1793, d. Feb. 28, 1840, Phebe 6 b. March 31, 1798, d. Feb. 26, 1877, Harriet 6 b. March 12, 1802, d. May 15, 1881, Clarissa 6 b. March 12, 1802, d. April 2, 1883, Jacob 6 b. Sept. 30, 1805, d. Aug. 9, 1883.
HENRY 6 b. Nov. 21, 1793, m. Caroline Hand, of Amagansett, b. June 23, 1798, they had ch. Amanda 7 b. Feb. 11, 1818, d. Sept. 12, 1845, m. D. Terry Vail, of East Marion, Dec. 26, 1837; Edward D. 7 b. Dec. 10, 1820, m. Adaline dau. of Lester Bennett Dec. 24, 1845; Alfred H. 7 b. April 16, 1823, Henry 7 b. Jan. 26, 1826, d. Aug. 18, 1846, Harriet 7 b. Dec. 17, 1828, d. Sept. 11, 1846, Juliette 7 b. March 6, 1831, Nathaniel B. 7 b. Oct. 11, 1833, Caroline E. 7 b. Oct. 4, 1836, Betsey 7 b. Aug. 20, 1839.
EDWARD D. 7, s. of Henry 6, b. Dec. 10, 1920, m. Adaline Bennett, b. Feb. 7, 1824; they had ch. David Henry 8 b. May 26, 1848, George Edward 8 b. April 4, 1851, Arthur Lee 8 b. Aug. 14, 1853, Ella Jane 8 b. Sept. 7, 1856, d. June 10, 1879, Willie Wake b. June 26, 1861, Effie M. 8 b. June 1, 1866, Martha G. 8 b. May 11, 1831, George Edward 8 b. April 4, 1851, resides in Ansonia, Ct., m. May 8, 1872, Mary A. Dundis, b. March 4, 1853, they have two ch. Flora J. 9 b. July 6, 1875, and Mary E. 9 b. May 10, 1879; Alfred H. 7 b. April 16, 1823, s. of Henry 6, m. wid. Sarah (Jennings) Leek and has d. Amanda 8 b. July 29, 1854, who m. Daniel L. Yarrington of Sag-Harbor; Juliette 7 dau. of Henry 6 b. March 6, 1831, m. George W. Schellenger, of Amagansett, m. 2d Jacob S. Strong and resides in Bridge-Hampton: Nathaniel B. 7 s. of Henry 6 b. Oct. 11, 1833, m. Lucinda A. dau. of James Tuthill, Dec. 16, 1860, b. Oct, 13, 1840 and resides in East Marion, they have four ch. Clarence A, 8 b. Aug. 31, 1863, Willie T. 8 b. June 8, 1866, Cleora M. 8 b. Dec. 1, 1870, Bertie B. 8 b. July 23, 1872; Caroline E. 7 d. of Henry 6 b. Oct. 4, 1836, m. Capt. Grant B. Rackett, of East Marion, Dec. 27, 1857; Betsey 7 d. of Henry 6 b. Aug. 20, 1839, m. Nathaniel H. Edwards of Amagansett; Phebe 6 dau. of Jacob 5 b. March 31, 1798, m. David Barnes of Amagansett; Harriet 6 d. of Jacob 5 b. March 12, 1802, m. 1st Nathaniel Barnes, m. 2d David P. Sherman of Amagansett; Clarissa 6 d. of Jacob 5 b. March 12, 1802, m. Abraham Van Scoy, of Northwest, E. Hampton, and they had ch.
JACOB 6 s. of Jacob 5 b. Sept. 30, 1805, m. Betsey d. of Daniel Baker, of Amagansett, April 29, 1829, b. April 8, 1806, d. Oct. 8, 1870, they had ch. Jeremiah 7 b. May 7, 1830, d. Nov. 10, 1840, Daniel Baker 7 b. Aug. 23, 1833, Jacob Maxon 7 b. May 1, 1839, Mary Elizabeth 7 b. Sept. 26, 1841, m. Julius D. Parsons of Springs, L. I. Dec. 5, 1867, and they have ch. Henry Hedges 7 b. Feb. 10, 1851.
DANIEL B. 7 b. Aug. 23, 1833, m. Mary Ann d. of Jeremiah T. Parsons of E. Hampton, Feb. 19, 1856, and they have ch. Adaline Elizabeth 8 b. Nov. 5, 1858, and Wilbur J. 8 and Mary A. 8 twins, b. March 4, 1867, d. infants.
JACOB MAXON 7 s. of Jacob 6, b. May 1, 1839, m. Georgia dau. of Sher. man Barnes, of Franklin, Delaware Co. N. Y. Oct. 20, 1878.
HENRY HEDGES 7 s. of Jacob 6 m. Elizabeth dau. of Charles D. Parsons, of Manchester, Ct. Dec. 24, 1872, they have ch. Anne 8 b. May 10, 1875, Frank 8 b. March 10. 1878.
JONATHAN 4 s. of Jacob 3 had dau. Phebe 5 b. June 26, 1761, m. Jeremiah Barnes, of E. Hampton, and rem. to Plattsburgh, N. Y.; also had s. Jonathan 5 b. April 27, 1763, who m. Jane dau. of Samuel Conklin, of Amagansett, Dec. 26, 1794; she d. Sept. 16, 1841; they had ch. Julia 6 b. Jan. 9, 1796, d. March 8, 1860, Hannah 6 b. Sept. 4, 1799, d. Oct. 29, 1825, Jonathan C. 6 b. Feb. 17, 1802, d. March 4, 1865, Eliza 6 b. Jan. 5, 1804, d. Nov. 2, 1804, William D. 6 b. Sept. 10, 1806, d. abt. Sept. 10, 1834, Jeremiah 6 b. Dec. 11, 1808, d. June 13, 1871, Isaac 6 b. April 29, 1811.
JONATHAN C. 6 Esq. s. of Jonathan 5 m. Mary Ann dau. of Abraham Payne, of Amagansett, she d. Nov. 6, 1843, they had ch. Mary Amelia 7 b. May 20, 1841.
WILLIAM D. 6 s. of Jonathan 5 m. Jerusha Hedges, dau. of Daniel Hedges, April 1833, was lost off the coast of Japan in ship Gov. Clinton, of Sag-Harbor, and all on board perished about Sept. 10, 1834, he d. s. p.
JEREMIAH 6 s. of Jonathan 5 m. 1st Althea H. dau. of Talmage Barnes of Amagansett, March 1833, she d. July 1836; he m. 2d Mary L. dau. of Wm. Mulford of E. Hampton, b. Feb. 6, 1819, m. 1837, had ch. Wm. D. 7 b. Oct. 22, 1839, m. Emily dau. of Alanson Topping, of B. Hampton, Nov. 29, 1864, and had one ch. Charles A. 8 b. Nov. 19, 1866; had dau. Althea Jane 7 b. Dec. 15, 1846, m. Edgar Haines of B. Hampton May 18, 1870 and had s. E. Armond 8.
ISAAC 6 s. of Jonathan 5 b. April 29, 1811, m. Betsey dau. of Mason Dennison, of Deep River, Ct. Sept. 12, 1841, she b. Aug. 11, 1811, d. May 9, 1875; they had ch. dau. 7 b. Dec. 18, 1842, d. Jan 29, 1843, and Isaac Dennison 7 and Jeremiah Mason 7, twins, b. May 6, 1844, both d. 8. p. and Isaac 6 d. (???)
SAMUEL 5 s. of Jonathan 4 b. April 27, 1763, m. Betsey dau. of Sylvester Darby, of E. Hampton, b. 1774, d. March 1, 1849; they had ch. Mercy 6 b. Aug. 20, 1797, m. Wm. Baker, of E. Hampton, and they had ch. Elisheba 6 b. Nov. 13, 1799, d. March 8, 1871, she m. Capt. Howell H. Babcock, of Amagansett, and they had ch. Alben D. 6 b. Oct. 10, 1806; Hannah Waters 6 b. Oct. 17, 1811, m. Capt. Maltby P. Cartwright, of Shelter Island, May 26, 1833, and they have ch. Mary Ann 6 b. July 29, 1817, m. Capt. Davis C. Miller, of Amagansett.
ALBEN D. 6 m. Eliza G. dau. of Abraham Payne, of Amagansett, Jan. 2, 1832, she b. March 16, 1812, d. April 27, 1882, they had ch. Ellen 7 b. July 2, 1837, m. Abraham Parsons, of E. Hampton, Nov. 15, 1860, they had ch. George S. 7 b. April 12, 1845, m. Sarah E. dau. of Capt. Jesse Halsey, of Sag-Harbor, Nov. 25, 1867, and they had s. Oscar H. 8 b. Jan. 24, 1869, d. Oct. 18, 1877; Juliette 7 b. Feb. 17, 1853, m. Theodore Hand, of Amagansett, Nov. 27, 1879; Mercy 5 b. April 13, 1767. dau. of Jonathan 4, m. Matthew Jessup, of West-Hampton, L. I. Hannah 5 dau. of Jonathan 4 b. Sept. 3, 1768, m. Jeremiah Conkling, of Amagansett, and rem. to Fort Ann, N. Y. Sylvester 5 s. of Jonathan 4 b. Sept. 3, 1785, m. Eunice Woodhull and resided and d. in Setauket, they had s. George W. 6 who m. Juliette 7 dau. of Henry Schellenger 6 b. March 6, 1831, and they had dau. Harriet W. 8 who resides in Bridge-Hampton. Geo. W. 6 d. March 19, 1851, 24 years, 5 months.

THE SHERRILL FAMILY

CONTRIBUTED BY TEUNIS D. HUNTTING, ESQ.

The exact date of the arrival in America of Samuel Sherrill 1, the ancestor of the East-Hampton Sherrills, is unknown. He was a survivor from a shipwreck which took place on the coast off East-Hampton.
SAMUEL SHERRILL 1 b. in Ireland, of English parents, about 1649, d. at East-Hampton April 29, 1719. NOTE.--Nearly fifty years ago David Sherrill 5 s. of Recompense 4 told me a company of young ladies visited the wreck. On returning, one of them said she had seen there the handsomest man she ever saw. Another young lady replied, "you might marry him." She said, "I do not know but I would if I could." This came to the knowledge of the wrecked mariner and resulted in the acquaintance and marriage of the parties.--H. P. HEDGES. He m. a Miss Parsons abt. 1676 and they had two ch. Recompence 2 b. about 1678 and Elizabeth 2 who m. Hezekiah Miller.
RECOMPENCE 2 b. abt. 1678, m. 1st Nov. 10, 1701, Sarah Parsons, she d. Nov. 25, 1712: m. 2d Oct. 1, 1713, Margaret Cady, and they had Recompence 3 b. 1716, Elizabeth 3 bap. April 5, 1719, m. Thomas Brown,
John 3 bap. April 5, 1719, rem to Southold, Henry 3 b. 1715, m. Nov. 4, 1736 Jane Conklin, rem. to Richmond. Mass., Sarah 3 bap. April 5, 1719, m. John Parsons, Joanna 3 bap. April 5, 1719, m. Cornelius Paine, Elishaba 3 bap. April 5, 1719, Samuel 3 bap. Aug. 13, 1721, rem. to Duchess Co. N., Jeremiah 3 bap. Aug. 13, 1721, Jacob 3 b. 1722, Jemima 3 bap. Sept. 19, 1725, m. William Barnes, Abraham 3 bap. Dec. 19, 1727.
RECOMPENCE 3 b. 1706, d. Feb. 7, 1786, m. 1st Dec. 15, 1737 Sarah Leek she d. Nov. 5, 1738; m. 2d April 10, 1739, Puah dau. of John Parsons, they had ch. Recompence 4 b. May 11, 1741, Puah 4 b. 1744, d. Aug. 1746, a son 4 b. 1749, d. an infant, Stephen 4 bap. July 20, 1751, drowned June 22, 1788, Abraham 4 bap. April 2, 1754, a ch. 4 bap. Jan. 10, 1757, d. Aug. 29, 1757, Sarah 4 bap. March 1759, Puah 4.
JEREMIAH 3 bap. Aug. 13, 1721, drowned st sea, m. 1st Sept. 7, 1749, Kezia dau. of Isaac Barnes, Jr. she d. Dec. 28, 1750; m. 2d Aug. 2, 1753 Elizabeth dau. of John Dayton, and had ch. Jeremiah 4 bap. Dec. 10, 1750, d. Aug. 21, 1827, m. Ruth dau. of Isaac M. Huntting, he rem. in autumn of 1782 to Duchess Co. N. Y.
JACOB 3 b. 1722, d. July 1801, m. 1st Aug. 11, 1746 Abigail dau. of Lewis Conklin, m. 2d about 1760 Clemence dau. of Dea. John Huntting, and had ch. Abigail 4 bap. April 25, 1747, m. John Gann; Samuel 4 bap. April 16, 1748, d. young; Jeremiah 4 bap. Dec. 10, 1750, Abraham 4 bap. Jan. 20, 1751, Daniel 4 bap. Aug. 1, 1753, Rebecca 4 b. March 15, 1758, m. Feb. 7, 1781 Zachariah Hicks, John 4 bap. March 4, 1762, d. young; Phebe 4 b. 1762, m. Peleg Miller; Mary 4 b. 1765, m. Levi Pierce; John Huntting 4 b. Aug. 28, 1767, m. Eunice Case and rem. to Vergennes, Vt. Jonathan 4 b. Oct. 1769, rem. to Greenville, N. Y. abt. 1810, Jacob 4 b. 1770, d. in infancy, Jacob 4 b. Feb. 12, 1771, rem. about 1810 to New Hartford, N. Y., Samuel 4 b. abt. 1774, rem. to Oneida Co. N. Y. abt. 1810, Nathaniel 4, Esther 4 b. 1779, m. Joseph Allen; Lewis 4 b. June 30, 1781, rem. to Oneida Co. N. Y. abt. 1810.
RECOMPENCE 4 b. May 11, 1741, d. June 7, 1839, m. Sept. 22, 1768, Naomi Burnham, and they had ch. Naomi 5 b. Aug. 14, 1769, m. Jesse Hedges, Seth 5 b. Jan. 6, 1771, rem. to Swanton, Vt., David 5 b. Dec. 3, 1772, Nathaniel 5 b. July 28, 1775, d. Aug. 2, 1775, Nathaniel 5 b. Sept. 6, 1776, rem. to Lysander, N. Y., Burnham 5 b. Aug. 17, 1779, drowned Oct. 11, 1811 unm., Elizabeth 5 b. Feb. 23, 1783, m. Charles H. Havens, Sally 5 b. Sept. 8, 1785, drowned May 7, 1786.
ABRAHAM 4 bap. April 2, 1754, d. Nov. 18, 1844, m. April 27, 1800 Anna dau. of Nathaniel Huntting, and they had ch. Stephen 5 b. April 2, 1801, Abram P. 5 b. Sept. 3, 1803, rem. to Western N. Y. 1844, Nathaniel H. 5 b. Oct. 10, 1806, rem. to LeRoy, N. Y.
JEREMIAH 4 bap. Dec. 10, 1750, d. Jan. 14, 1840, at Franklin, N. Y., he m. Elizabeth Hand and they had ch. Vashti 5 who m. (???) Edwards, of Franklin, N. Y., Darius 5 b. 1781, d. Nov. 17, 1848, he rem. to Sandy Hill, N. Y. 1792. Melinda 5 b. Jan. 18, 1786, m. Silas Webb, of Orient, N. Y., Abigail 5 b. March 22, 1790, she m. 1st Elisha Rackett, 2d Wm. Potter, Jeanette 5 who m. 1st Amos Ryan, of East Marion, N. Y., m. 2d Ebenezer Welden, of Greenport, N. Y., Jeremiah 5 b. Oct. 7, 1799, rem. about 1810 to New Hartford, N. Y., Caroline 5 d. abt. 1817, Charles 5 b. Feb. 9, 1804, d. July 12, 1871, rem. to East Marion, N. Y. about 1817.
ABRAHAM 4 bap. Jan. 20, 1751, d. April 11, 1834, m. Mahetable Terry, and had dau. Esther 5 b. Jan. 4, 1806, m. Giles S. Havens, she d. Feb. 25, 1886.
DANIEL 4 bap. Aug. 1, 1753, and had ch. Phebe 5 d. Feb. 4, 1778, Mary 5 who m. Sherrill Conklin, Elizabeth 5 b. Jan. 8, 1797. m. Charles R. Hand, a son 5 left E. H. young, unm.
DAVID 5 b. Dec. 3, 1772, d. Nov. 11, 1861, m. Sally Lupton, and had s. Hiram L. 6 b. Nov. 24, 1810.
STEPHEN 5 b. April 2, 1801, d. Dec. 26, 1892, m. Dec. 26, 1827 Jerusha H. dau. of Elisha Conklin, and they had ch. Egbert C. 6 b. Sept. 21, 1829, d. April 5, 1865 unm., Nathaniel H. 6 b. Aug. 3, 1832, Abraham E. 6 b. March 5, 1834, d. in service of his country while a member of the 105th Reg. Ill. Vol. at Gallatin, Tex. March 2, 1863, Stephen H. 6 Dec. 29, 1849, rem. to Conn. abt. 1867.
HIRAM L. 6 b. Nov. 24, 1810, m. Nov. 3, 1834, Adeline dau. of Sylvanus S. Miller, and had ch. Sarah F. 7 b. April 24, 1836, d. April 25, 1895, she m. Chas. R. Dayton, David S. 7 b. Oct. 11, 1842, Hiram 7 b. Apr. 16, 1853.
NATHANIEL H. 6 b. Aug. 3, 1832, d. June 5, 1874, m. June 16, 1859 Adelia A. Parsons, and they had ch. Anna M. 7 b. June 16, 1860, Abraham E. 7 b. Oct. 14, 1862, Mary J. 7 b. April 7, 1865, m. July 26, 1888 Herbert L. Bates, Julia P. 7 b. Jan. 30, 1868, m. June 25, 1889 Wm. H. Hedges, Amy B. 7 b. Jan. 11, 1871, William H. 7 b. Feb. 7, 1874, d. Sept. 27, 1874.
DAVID S. 7 b. Oct. 11, 1842, m. March 3, 1868 Rosalie H. dau. of Edward Dayton. He is a prominent Republican. Has held the office of Superintendent of the County Poor for many years. No ch.
HIRAM 7 b. April 16, 1853, m. 1st Anastasia Williams; she d. Dec. 14, 1888; m. 2d Jan. 12, 1893. Sophronia Douglass, and has ch. a son 8 b. March 12, 1882, d. same day, Florence E. 8 b. July 14, 1884, Adeline M. 8 b. Sept. 13, 1886.
ABRAHAM E. 7 b. Oct. 14, 1862, m. Nov. 19, 1890 Nettie J. Glover, and
has s. Edwin L. 7 b. Sept. 3, 1891.
 



THE SQUIRES FAMILY

At an early day a John Squires in East-Hampton married Ann dau. of William Edwards 1. George R. Howell assumes that they had son George 2, and gives the following genealogy of the family:
JOHN 1 m. Ann dau. of Wm. Edwards and had son George 2. George 2 m. Jan. 29, 1701 Jane Edwards, and had ch. John 3 b. about 1703, Recompence 3 bap. 1705, Thomas 3 bap. 1705, who m. May 26, 1726 Puah Ludlam and rem. to N. J.
JOHN 3 d. Jan. 7, 1758, 55, had w. Phebe and ch. John 4 bap. 1715, Ellis 4 bap, 1719, Henry 4 bap. 1722, Phebe 4 bap. 1724, Mary 4 bap. 1729. Zerviah 4 bap. 1731, Jeremiah 4 bap. 1733, Stephen 4 bap. 1735, Jonathan 4 bap. 1738, John 4 bap. 1739; Ellis 4 removed into the western part of Southampton and had ch. Seth 5, Ellis 5, Daniel 5. From these descended the numerous families in Squiretown, Good Ground and its vicinity.
JONATHAN 4 bap. 1738, resided in the dwelling house at Wainscott (now of James H. Topping) where his father and probably grandfather resided. Many grave stones in Wainscott prove this. Jonathan 4 was said to be a man of great strength. Tradition reports that he had green oak rails on his shoulder and slipping on the ice broke his leg; that he crawled into the house, got on the bed, and set his broken leg, refusing the services of the doctor who afterwards came. He had ch. Stafford 5, Ellis 5, John 5 b. abt. 1783, Stephen 5, Sylvanus 5, Henry 5, Mehetable 5, Mary 5, Phebe 5. Stephen 5 resided in Sag-Harbor, Sylvanus 5 near Hay Ground, and both had w. and ch.
 


THE STRATTON FAMILY

That veteran genealogist, George R. Howell, traces the Stratton family thus:
John 1 of England, Richard 2 and wife Elizabeth, Benjamin 3 d. in
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1717, and wife Mary, of N. Jersey, Jonathan 4 bap. 1708, Benjamin 5, Jonathan 6 b. 1779, w. Mary Dayton, Henry D. 7 b. 1803, George N. 7, Jenathan D. 7, Mary 7 b. 1807, ch. of Henry D. 7, Samuel D. 8, Theodore 8, Catherine 8, George M. 9, Mary L. 9.
John 1; John 2 d. in E. Hampton 1685; Stephen 3 b. 1675, d. 1697, w. Hannah; John 4 d. in 1675; Stephen 5 bap. in 1721; Samuel 5 of East-Hampton d. in 1845; Sidney 6, Anna 6, Esther 6, Mary 6, Sarah 6, Caroline 6, Samuel T. 6 of Montauk, ch. of Samuel T. 6, Frank S. 7, Isabel 7, Frank 7, Gloriana 7.
 



THE TALMAGE OF TALLMADGE FAMILY

BY JAMES M. B. DWIGHT, OF NEW HAVEN, CONN.

This family name has been variously written in different ages, Talmage, Tallmadge, Talmash, Talmacke, Tollemache, and in several other ways.
The family is one of the most ancient in English history, and is traditionally believed, says Burke, to go back to Saxon times to Toelmag, a Saxon Lord of the 6th century of our era.
The name is found as Toelmag in Domesday Book, time of William the Conqueror, and also on the Roll of Battle Abbey of the same century in the Norman form Tollemache. It is found at Stoke Talmage in Oxfordshire in 1135; in Norfolk in 1200; in Suffolk at a very early date, and in Hampshire soon after 1300. The seat of the family in Hampshire was at Newton Stacey, an outlying manor of Barton Stacey, in the County of Hampshire or Southampton, and about ten miles northwest of Winchester, where the family had been long settled.
In respect to the early history of the American family of Talmage or Tallmadge, I would say that historical writers have made numerous mistakes and given a most confused and incorrect account of the matter. The principal authority is "Thompson's History of Long Island," whose statement found in several parts of the volume are confused, misleading and contradictory of each other. They are probably derived from some aged member of the family who has mixed up his generations, as so often happens.
For example, Thompson says, p. 297, "Thomas Talmage, Jr., (known as the Recorder, or Town Clerk, of East-Hampton) was the son of Enos Talmage, of New Haven, who it is supposed died here. Thomas Talmage, brother of Enos, made freeman of Boston 1634, and of Lynn 1636, settled at Branford, in Connecticut, whence he removed, and died at New Haven."
On another page he says, "Thomas, Jr., son of Enos, had brothers Enos, Thomas and Daniel, which last removed to New Jersey in 1725."
The real fact was that these three were grandsons of Thomas, Jr., the Recorder, and great-grandsons of Thomas, Sr., of Lynn, who was the first of the name in Southampton and East-Hampton.
To the New Jersey branch of the family, descendants of Daniel above mentioned, belong the Rev. Dr. T. DeWitt Talmage, his brother the Rev. Toyn Talmage, and Daniel Talmage and sons, of Brooklyn. This branch of the Talmages has intermarried with the VanNest and Beekman families.
Enos was not one of the emigrants from England. These were William of Boston, Thomas of Lynn and afterwards of Southampton and East-Hampton, and Robert of New Haven, three brothers. Robert of New Haven had a son Enos, who was killed by the Indians in the massacre at Schenectany, and a 2d Enos, who appears in the above confused accounts of Thompson as one of the original emigrants, was really, in all probability, a grandson of Thomas, the Recorder, and a grea grandson of Thomas Talmage, Senior, of Lynn and East-Hampton. He appears in the Town Records of East-Hampton in 1717 and 1721.
Judge Hedges, in his address of 1849, seems to have followed the same authority and been led by him into the same mistakes, which are refuted by the Town Records of Southampton and East-Hampton.
These unfortunate errors make it important to state correctly the true beginnings of the Talmage family in America, the evidence of which has only recently come to light, and which places the matter beyond further doubt or uncertainty.
Thomas Lechford was an English lawyer who came to Boston in 1638 and returned to England in 1641. He was the first practising lawyer in Massachusetts. He kept a note-book of legal memoranda which has been recently printed, in which occurs the following entry, p. 294, old 167: "William Talmage of Boston, in New England, Thomas Talmage, Robert Talmage, and Richard Walker, husband of Jane Talmage, deceased, sonnes and daughter of Thomas Talmage, brother of John Talmage, of Newton Stacey, in the Co. of Southampton, deceased, make a letter of Attorney to Richard Conying and William Dowlying, overseers of the will of the said John Talmage, deceased, to receive of the Executor and administrator of the last will and testament of Symon Talmage our brother and of John Talmage aforesaid, the summes of money due unto us by the will of the said John Talmage (and a certificate under the public seal (L. S.))"
Page 311 new, old 175: "A letter of attorney by William Talmage, Thomas Talmage and Robert Talmage aforesaid, and Richard Walker to Mr. Ralph King, to receive the money of the said overseer. Dated 3 Sept. 1640. (A certificate made under the public seal (L. S.))
These memoranda show conclusively that there were three brothers Talmage who came to America--William, Thomas and Robert--and a sister Jane, who married Richard Walker, of Lynn. These came from England to New England in 1630, and no others are known to have come to America in the Colonial period.
The record also establishes the fact that they were children of Thomas Talmage, of Newton Stacey, in the County of Southampton or Hampshire, England. It also proves that they had an uncle, John Talmage, who left each of them legacies in his will, and also a brother, Symon Talmage, who also mentioned them in his will and referred to these legacies. These three brothers and sister's husband gave a power of attorney to Ralph King to receive this money.
We thus obtain the names of the three founders of the Talmage name and family in America. We learn their residence in England and learn of the wills of uncle and brother there.
During the last year, 1895, I have had these wills searched for and found in England, and obtain from them the names of the legatees above mentioned, who are the three Talmage brothers and their sister Jane.
This power of attorney and these English wills are thus dovetailed together, and establish the fact of the English origin and former home of these brothers beyond question.
I have also further traced the family descent through wills and subsidies to an earlier Robert Talmash, whose will is dated 1523, and who must have been born before 1500. Still more recent advices carry the family backward nearly to 1300, where at the head of the line stands Sir William Talmach. We find in the Suffolk line a Sir William Tallamach of the same date (see Collins' Peerage). We have reason to believe that these two are one and the same, and that the Suffolk and Hampshire line of the family are united here.
The elder of the three Talmage brothers, William, settled in Boston, and died leaving only daughters.
The second brother, Thomas Talmage, settled in Lynn, Mass. He was admitted freeman in Boston in 1634, and was allotted there 200 acres of land, which shows that he was a man of substance. [See Lewis' History of Lynn, p. 114: "The Council had agreed that each person who had advanced fifty pounds should have 200 acres, and that each person who came over on his own expense should have 50 acrcs.]
He thus became one of the largest landholders in the town. He removed to Southampton, Long Island, in 1642, and joined the colony from Lynn which settled there and in 1649 he removed to East-Hampton with his son Thomas Talmage, Junior, who became the first Recorder, or Town Clerk of the Town. The Long Island and New Jersey branches of the family are descended from Thomas Talmage, Sr., and his son, Thomas Talmage, Jr., the Recorder, also known as Captaln Thomas Talmage. Thomas Talmage, Senior, died soon after coming to East-Hampton in 1653. Thomas Talmage, Junior, was a man of education, with a scholarly and elegant handwriting, which resembles that still taught at the famous school at Manchester, so near his English birth-place. May he not have been a pupil of this famous school? He was a man of much prominence in the early history of the town, and, says Judge Hedges, "the records show that at his death in 1690 he was the richest man in East-Hampton."
Robert Talmage, the youngest of these three brothers, probably came with Thomas Talmage to Southampton in 1642, and when his brother left there, himself removed to Connecticut, and settled at New Haven in 1643, where he married, and died in 1662, leaving also a considerable estate, which is now in the business centre of the city, (corner Chapel and State streets) and of great value.
From him all of the name in Connecticut are descended, and also a numerous body of his descendants is found in New-York, City and State. The Connecticut and New-York branch of the family has produced many men of distinction in public life, and in the service of the country. Among them we find Hon. John Tallmadge, for many years elected to the General Assembly of Connecticut; his brother Colonel Benjamin Tallmadge, of Revolutionary fame, the friend of Washington, and now represented by his grandson, Frederick S. Tallmadge, President of the Society of the Sons of the Revolution. We find many distinguished Judges of the higher Courts of the several States and of the United States, others noted as Governors and Lieutenant-Governors of States, and as Senators and Representatives in the National Congress. This branch of the family has intermarried with many of the first families of the country, and has much wealth and social prominence. Among noted families thus connected with it may be named that of Governor Yale, the founder of Yale College, that of Governor George Clinton, Vice-President of the United States, the Lewis family, the Burnetts, the VanRensselaers, the Hookers, the Dwights, the Pomeroys, the Delafields and the Floyds. It has also been connected with families of distinction both in France and England.
The genealogy of the East-Hampton and New Jersey branch of the family will be given by another hand.
The spelling of the name in America, as in England, has gone through several variations. The Talmages of East-Hampton and New Jersey spell the name Talmage, as it is spelled by Lechford, though Thomas
Talmage, the Recorder, their ancestor for many years spell it Tallmage and sometimes without the e at the end, which shows that he pronounced it Tall-mag (g soft).
The Connecticut Tallmadges, and those of New-York, descendants of Robert Tallmage have from the beginning spelled the name with a d and written it as it was spelled in the will of the English Uncle John Tallmadg, who left to the three brothers the legacies before mentioned as stated in Lechford's note book.
In Lewis' History of Lynn the name is spelled both ways, which shows that Thomas Tallmag also spelled his name Tallmadge. Thus both spellings are of equal authority and antiquity in America, and both are found in England at a much earlier period long before the emigration. There is one point also important to observe, viz: that the ancient names of the family--Talmage, Tallmadge, Talmash, Talmache, Tollemache--are used interchangeably; one ancestor using one form, his son another, and the same using different forms at different times. This shows that whatever the spelling they really were pronounced alike. This proves that the name was never pronounced Talmage as we do now with a short a in the first syllable and a long a in the second syllable. but that it was pronounced with the first a as in tall and the second a as in lad; so that the spelling Tall-madge exactly represents its ancient sound and was no doubt adopted to indicate and preserve this. And this is made still more evident by giving the g its sound in Norman French of zh, which makes Talmage, Tallmadge and Tollmache practically identical in sound.
The ancient name is represented by two titles in the Peerage of England, that of the Earls of Dysart who have spelled the name Talmash, and that of Lord Tollemache who holds the ancient seat and lands of the family at Helmingham Hall, in Suffolk.
 


NEW JERSEY BRANCH OF THE TALMAGE FAMILY

COMFILED BY ROBERT S. TALMAGE, OF BROOKLN, N. Y.

In the year 1649, Thomas Talmadge, Jr., with eight others, commenced the first settlement of East-Hampton, under the original contract. He had removed from Southampton, where his father Thomas Talmadge had settled, early in the year 1642. Later on Thomas Talmadge, Sr., is said to have joined the East-Hampton colony and then died.
Oct. 3, 1650, Thomas Talmadge was chosen first Recorder, and continued in that office for twenty years. From the Records of East-Hampton we find he was appointed a Lieutenant in 1665. His death occurred 1690. Issue: Thomas, Nathaniel, John and Enos.
(3) Enos C. 1660 at East-Hampton, d. 1753; issue: Thomas d. s. p., Enos and Daniel.
(4) Daniel b. East-Hampton, 1693, d. Elizabethtown, N. J. 1725. He was the progenitor of the New Jersey branch of the Talmage family; issue: Daniel Thomas.
(5) Thomas Talmage was b. Elizabethtown, N. J., 1722; m. 1st Hannah Norris and had by her Daniel, John and Enos.
(6) Daniel b. Elizabethtown, N. J., 1745, m. Loisa, daughter of Job Allen His name is found among those pledged to support the Congress. 1776. Fell in the battle of Lackawaxen, 1779.
(5) Thomas m. 2d Elizabeth Week, of East-Hampton: issue Thomas.
(6) Major Thomas Talmage S. Baskingridge, N. J. Oct. 24, 1755, m. Mary, daughter of Capt. Goyn McCoy. Participated in principle battles of New Jersey during the Revolution. Major Talmage d. at his estate
"Mont Veid," near Somerville, N. J., Oct. 2, 1834: issue David T., Thomas, Samuel K., Goyn.
(7) David T. b. Somerville, N. J., 1783. Member of the New Jersey legislature three successive terms, d. 1865, m. Catherine Van Nest; issue: Rev. James, Daniel, Rev. John Van Nest, Rev. Goyn and Rev. Thomas De Witt.
(7) Goyn b. Somerville, N. J., 1778, m. Magdalene Terhune: issue: Thomas G.
(8) Thomas G. b., Somerville, 1801; Member of the New-York Council from 1838 to 40, and President of the Board of Alderman of New-York City. Elected Mayor of Brooklyn 1845, later appointed Judge of the County court.
(7) Rev. Samuel Kennedy b. 1798, Somerville N. J. Removed to Georgia and became Pres. of Oglethorp University. Made the opening prayer in the Confederate Congress at Richmond, 1861.
The same Talmage in the states of New Jersey and New-York is associated with distinction among the earlier settlers. Alliances by marriage have been made with the following families. Norris. DeForest, Van Nest, Jeralemon, Van Brunt, Beekman, Van Veghten, Hunt,
Van Syckel, Mayo, Shufeldt and Dodge.
 



GENEALOGY OF THE TALMAGE FAMILY

Compiled with great Labor and Perseverance by Sineus C. M. Talmage, of East-Hampton.
From history, and the best information I can gather, the Talmage family came from England to Boston, Mass., in 1630.
THOMAS Talmage 1 of Boston had land granted in Southampton, L. I. Oct. 1642, d. 1653, had ch. Thomas 2 and Robert 2.
THOMAS 2, one of the first purchasers of East-Hampton, L. I. d. about 1690, had w. Elizabeth and ch. Nathaniel 3 b. 1644, d. 1716, Thomas 3, Shubael 3 b. 1656 or 7, d. 1742, Onesimus 3 b. 1662, d. 1723, Sarah 3 Mary 3, Naomi 3, Hannah 3 and John 3 b. 1779, d. 1764.
NATHANIEL 3 had ch. Naomi 4 bap. 1701 and Thomas 4.
THOMAS 3 had ch. Mary 4 bap. 1607, Temperance 4 bap. 1710, Abigail 4 bap. 1712 and Thomas 4 bap. 1722, Thomas 4.
SHUBAEL 3, according to tradition, had no family.
ONESIMUS 3 had w. Rebekah and ch. Sarah 4, Mary 4, Phebe 4 and Thomas 4, all bap. 1717. Thomas 4 d. s. p. 1722 about 20 years.
Phebe 4 d. of Onesimus Talmage 3 and w. of Severus Gould, had son Patrick Arter 5, who had s. Patrick T. 6, who had s. Jonathan T. 7 who has the Talmage coat of arms.
JOHN 3 m. 1st Dec. 25, 1702 Experience Miller, and 2d w. Ann, and had ch. Elizabeth 4 bap. 1703, John 4 bap. 1707, Experience 4 bap. 1708, Jeremiah 4 bap. 1710, Nathaniel 4 bap. 1711, Josiah 4 bap. 1713, Joseph 4 bap. 1715, Daniel 4 bap. 1716, Rebecca 4 bap. 1718, Abigail 4 bap. 1720, Margery 4 bap. 1722, Martha 4 bap. 1723, Enos 4 bap. 1725, Hannah 4 bap. 1727, Martha 4 bap. 1729, David 4 bap. 1731, Anne 4 bap. 1735, and Rachel 4 bap. 1737.
NATHANIEL 4 d. 178 5, m. Mary Fithian, b. 1715, d. 1789, had ch. Abraham 5 and Nathaniel 5 bap. 1738, d. 1757, David 5 (Deacon) b. 1740, d. 1814, Mary 5 bap. 1743, Esther 5 bap. 1745, Lucretia 5 bap. 1752, Phebe 5 b. 1752, w. of Jonathan Barnes.
DANIEL 4 rem to Bridge-Hampton, had ch. Rhoda 5 b. July 17, 1744, Experience 5 b. Sept. 3, 1747, Ruth 5 b. Nov. 13, 1749, Daniel 5 b. Apr. 23, 1752, Joseph 5 b. Sept. 22, 1754, and Stephen 5 b. Oct. 19, 1759.
STEPHEN 5 had ch. Daniel 6, b. July 22, 1784, d. Oct. 3, 1858, Stephen 6 and Mehitable.
DANIEL 6 m. Apr. 22, 1810, Susanna Mayo, b. Aug. 23, 1785, d. Feb. 16, 1858, had ch. Stephen Sanford 7 b. Sept. 4, 1813, d. Mary Avery 7 b. Oct. 13, 1815, d. Mar. 21, 1817, Mary Ann 7 b. May 19, 1818, d. May 5, 1874, George Washington 7 b. July 18, 1820, d. Aug. 7. following, Geo. Washington 7 b. July 31, 1821, d. July 11, 1896, Isaac Newton 7 b. May 7, 1823, drowned off Cape Horn, May 31, 1853, John Milton 7 b. Apr. 5, 1825, d. at San Francisco Aug. 8, 1850, Betsy Susanna M. 7 b. Sept. 20, 1829, and Phebe Sanford 7, w. of Capt. Geo. Goodall, b. Mar. 29, 1832, d. at Illinois July 26. 1856.
GEORGE WASHINGTON 7 m. 1st, June 8, 1847. Mary Frances Bill b. Aug. 26, 1829, d. Nov. 8, 1868, had ch. Frances Jane 8, b. Sept. 6, 1849, Geo. Washington 8 b. May 27, 1851, d. Nov. 24, 1869, Daniel Webster 8 b. Nov. 10, 1854, Henry Seymour 8 b. July 29, 1858, and De Witt Clinton 8 b. June 23, 1861. Geo. Washington 7 m. 2nd w. Mary Howard Nov. 17, 1869, who died Sept. 9, 1888, m. 3rd w. Jane Wheeler Oct. 1889.
DAVID 4 d. 1808, had w. Lydia Pike and ch. Lois 5 bap. 1761, Henry 5 bap. 1763, David 5 bap. 1765, William 5 bap. 1768, Lydia 5 bap. 1773, and John 5 bap. 1778.
DAVID 5 (Deacon) d. 1822, m. 1st Mary Parsons b. 1765, d. 1796, had 1 ch. Baldwin Cook 6 b. 1792, m. 2nd w. Phebe Edwards, had ch. Mary 6 and David 6 (twins) b. Aug. 27, 1799, David 6 d. Sept. 1799, Phebe 6 b. Dec. 16 1800, d. Aug. 1801, Phebe E. 6 b. Sept. 13 1802, Anne 6 b. Mar, 31, 1804. d. s. p. 1825, David 6 b. Jan. 23, 1806, Jonathan 6 b. Dec. 3. 1808, and Nathaniel 6 b. Jan. 3, 1810, d. Sp. 1830, all now deceased except David 6 who is still living at the extreme age of 91 yrs.
DAVID 6 m. 1st w. Mary Ann Miller b. Oct. 30, 1811, had ch. Nathaniel
Miller 7 b. Mar. 1, 1834, David Egbert 7 b. Apr. 1, 1836, Henry Clay 7 b. Dec. 5, 1844, and William Lionel 7 b. July 23, 1849, David 6 m. 2nd w. widow Julia Ann Miller, deceased.
NATHANIEL MILLER 7 m. Mary Raynor, had ch. Annie 8, Henry 8 and Carrie 8.
DAVID EGBERT 7 m. Isabel Miller b. Apr. 14, 1841, had ch. William E. 8, b. Nov. 26, 1869, and Mary Elizabeth 8 b. Nov. 17, 1874.
HENRY CLAY 7 m. had 2 ch.
WILLIAM LIONEL 7 m. Louisa Mc. Cue has 3 ch.
BALDWIN COOK 6 (Deacon.) d. Oct. 26, 1859, m. Hannah Miller b. Apr. 15, 1791. d. Apr. 5. 1862, had ch. David 7 b. July 23, 1822, d. in infancy, Mary Conklin 7 b. Mar. 26, 1824, w. of Nathan Dimon d. aged abt. 21 yrs. David Baldwin 7 b. Apr. 14, 1826, d. in infancy and Sineus C. M. 7 b. Dec. 5, 1828.
SINEUS C. M. 7 Elder of First Presbyterian Church of East-Hampton, L. I. m. 1st Hannah Lester who d. May 25, 1888, had ch. Catherine Maria 8 b. June 29, 1851, Mary Emmeline 8 b. Apr. 23, 1853, David Amasa 8 b. Feb. 19, 1855, Fannie Elizabeth 8 b. Jan. 22, 1857, Lois 8 b. Dec. 19, 1858, Baldwin Cook 8 b. Feb. 5, 1861, Sineus C. M. 8 b. Oct. 28, 1862, Nathaniel Edgar 8 b. Jan. 29 1865, Hannah Hand Lester 8 b. Mar. 24, 1867, Phebe Jane 8 b. Sept. 4, 1869, and Josiah Oscar 8 b. Jan. 20, 1872, Sineus C. M. 7 m. 2nd w. Grace Redfield Dec. 23, 1892.
JEREMIAH 4 d. 1773, m. in 1727 Damaris Hand, who d. 1759, had ch. 3 daus. who d. in infancy in 1738, 40, 45, and s. Jeremiah 5 bap. 1744, d. in 1791.
JEREMIAH 5, had w. who d. in 1784, and ch. Pnebe 6, bap. 1770, Elizabeth 6, bap. 1771 W. of Ephraim Edwards, dau. bap. 1772, dau. bap. 1773,
one of them being Temperance 6, w. of Silas Wood and Jeremiah 6, bap. in 1776.
JEREMIAH 6 d. Dec. 27th, 1817, had w. Mary who d. April 28th, 1839, 61 yrs. and they had ch. Betsey P. 7, b. 1807, d. unm. May 2, 1879, Mary 7, b. 1810, w. of Thomas M. Cleaves, d. Oct. 1st, 1888, and had dau. Mary 8, w. of Edmund 3 Strong, Jeremiah 7, d. unm. Jason 7, d, unm. Ezra 7, Timothy 7, Harvey 7. The last three married and left ch. the last two resided in Greenpoint or Brooklyn, N. Y.
 



FAMILY OF VAN SCOY

CONTRIBUTED BY HENRY L. VAN SCOY

With the first settlers who came to New Netherlands, now New-York, were three brothers, Abraham, Peter and Isaac Van Schaick. Abraham located in Albany, Peter on the Hudson River near Hudson City, Isaac in or about the town of Oyster Bay, on Long Island. I find no account of their children. There is a family tradition that Cornelius Van Scoy grandson of Isaac, came to East-Hampton, and in Oct. 1727, m. Patience, dau. of Isaac Barnes, of Amagansett, (son of Joshua, one of the first settlers) who was b. in 1707, and had brother Isaac, Esq., as per Town Record. This Cornelius and w. in 1737 removed to N. Salem, Westchester Co., N. Y. with 3 or 4 children, leaving one Isaac, then about 5 yrs. old, with Isaac Barnes, Esq.
Isaac Van Scoy 1 b. April 1732, in Feb. 1757 m. Mary, dau. of David Edwards, of E. H. and soon settled in Northwest, E. H. where she d. in 1782, and he in 1817. They were plundered and suffered much from the British in the Revolutionary war. They had 15 ch. of whom 7 died in infancy; six daughters and two sons lived long lives. After the death of his first wife Isaac 11 m. Elizabeth wid. of Jonathan Osborn, who was a Dibble, b. in 1727, d. in 1822. She had by her 1st husband 5 sons, Joseph, Jonathan, Henry, Daniel and Samuel, but no ch. by her second husband. The ch. of Isaac 1 and Mercy were: Isaac b. 1758, (m. Temperance Payne) and d. in 1846, and had ch. Mercy 3, Phebe 3, Isaac Sylvester 3, Arnold 3, and Betsey 3, Mercy 3, m. (???) Havens and had 4 ch., Phebe b. Feb. 15, 1786, d. unmarried without issue.
ISAAC S. 3 b. Sept. 5, 1790, d. Dec. 24, 1846, m. 1st. Charlotte Parsons, who d. Oct. 19, 1838, they had dau. Charlotte 4, b. Feb. 11, 1831, m. Samuel G. Mulford and have ch. Isaac S. 3, m. 2nd, Mary Mulford who d. Aug. 17, 1890, 86, without issue.
ARNOLD 3, b. Sept. 19, 1793, d. Aug. 18, 1857, had w. Mary Parker b. Jan. 19, 1789, d. Oct. 25, 1867, they had ch. Mariette 4, b. May 29, 1818, Charles 4, b. Nov. 27, 1820, d. Aug. 4, 1822, Charles 4, b. Dec. 30, 1823
d. June 8, 1867, Isaac 4, b. Aug. 30, 1827, d. Aug. 1880, Charles 4, m. Mary G. Johnson and d. S. P.; Mariette 4, m. P. Parker King and had ch. Mary 5, Eleanor 5, Charles 5, Clarence 5, Harriet 5, and Charlotte 5. Isaac 4, m. Elizabeth Harkness and they had ch. Frederic 5, Mary 5, Florence 5, and Lillian 5.
MERCY 2, m. John Edwards of Sag-Harbor and had ch. Russell 3, Patience 3, Isaac 3, John 3, Abraham 3, she d, between 70 and 80 yrs. Elizabeth 2, b. 1759, m. Jeremian Bennett, and d. in 1858, had ch. Abraham 3, Augustus 3, Betsey 3, Roxanna 3, Cynthia 3, Fanny 3, Nancy 3, Phebe 3, Miller 3, and Jeremiah Parker 3, Patience 2, m. John Payne merchant of North Haven and had ch. Charles Watson 3. Mercy 3, Clara 3, Lucretia 3, John 3, Silas 3, Betsey 3, Phebe 3, and Timothy 3, Elsie 2, m. John Edwards of Amagansett and had ch. Nancy 3, Joseph 3, Rebecca 3, and John Dudley 3, Elsie 2, d, Sept. 17th, 1838 73 yrs. Mehetable 2, m. Jonathan Osborn and had ch. Polly 3, Harvey 3, Jonathan
3, Mulford 3, Abraham 3, Isaac S. Van Scoy 3, and Betsey 3, Mehetable d. 79 yrs.
DAVID 2, b. March 9, 1765, d. Feb. 2, 1854, M. Hannah d. of Stephen Burnett2 son of Ephraim, she d. Sept. 28, 1764, d. July 4, 1860, m. Feb. 7 1793, they had 7 ch. of whom 3 d. infants, Abraham 3, David Burnett 3, Jacob Austin 3, and Hannah Burnett 3.
DAVID 2, was generally known as Captain and sometimes Deacon. He and his ife lived together in wedlock 61 years less ten days.
Polly 2 m. Dering Ranger, she d. Feb. 12, 1833, 65; they had ch. Stephen 3, Sylvester 3 and Alfred 3.
ABRAHAM 3 b. Aug. 30, 1797, d. May 18, 1854, m. Clarissa H. Schellinger, of Amagansett, in 1821, who d. April 2, 1883; they had ch. Henry Lewis 4 b. Sept. 28, 1822, d. Aug. 1873, Mary Elizabeth 4 b. June 2, 1824, d. N v. 14, 1893, m. James L. Sandford Nov. 8, 1883 d. s. p., Henry Lewis 4 b. Oct. 13, 1826, who in 1849 was one of the Argonauts to California, returning in the spring of 1853; Abraham Oscar 4 b. April 28, 1830, (carpenter) d. Nov. 25, 1860 d. s. p; George E. 4 b. Sept. 15, 1844, m. Catherine dau. Sineus C. M. Talmage of E. H. June 12, 1872, and they have ch. George E. 5 b. Aug. 16, 1873, Fanny 5 b. Dec. 17, 1875, Mary 5 b. May 4, 1877.
HENRY LEWIS 4 m. Oct. 12, 1853 Mary T. dau. of Talmage Barnes, of Amagansett, who was b. Dec. 12, 1833, d. March 14, 1896, and they had ch. Abraham T. 5 b. Aug. 7, 1855, Benjamin H. 5 b. Aug. 27, 1858, and Harriet B. 5 b. Jan. 3, 1861, who m. Oct. 27, 1880 Edward H. Dayton (son of Edward and Betsey his wife, of E. H. and now one of the partners in the firm of VanScoy. Dayton & Stratton) and have ch. Freddie VanScoy 6 b. Oct. 14, 1881, and Alice Mary 6 b. April 21, 1888.
ABRAHAM T. 5 b. Aug. 7, 1855, grad. of Mt. Union College, Ohio, in 1876, went to Illinois, m. Alice Huestis June 17, 1877, who was b. April 15, 1853, d. April 29, 1887, m. June 27, 1877; m. 2d Aug. 14, 1888 L. Estelle Warner, of Illinois, b. March 29, 1866, d. Aug. 28, 1888; m. 3d June 29, 1893, Lillian E. Bacon, of Milwaukee, Wis., and they reside there and have no ch.
BENJAMIN H. b. Aug. 25, 1858, m. Ida F. Glover of Southold June 29, 1881 and resides in E. H. engaged in mercantile business in the firm of Van Scoy Dayton & Stratton and was one of the founders of the E. H. Lumber Co., they have 3 ch. Herbert L. 6, b. Nov. 5, 1890, Leslie B. 6, b. Feb. 2, 1894, Mary E. 6, b. April 21, 1896.
DAVID B. 3, b. Oct. 12, 1800, m. Oct. 3, 1827, Hannah dau. of Samuel Mulford of Amagansett, he d. Oct. 4, 1874, his w. d. Sept. 6, 1885, 79 yrs. they had ch. an infant b. Sept. 25, 1830, d. Sept. 30, 1830.
SAMUEL D. 4, b. July 11, 1834, d. July 7, 1869, m. Hettie, dau. of Capt. Wells Griffing of Riverhead, b. Jan. 10, 1828, Nov. 14, 1858, they had ch. Fanny B. 5, b. Feb. 1, 1863, d. Aug. 22, 1863, Hannah B. 5, b. Jan. 12, 1865, m. Charles Edwards of New Orleans Aug. 7, 1877, Elizabeth H. 5, b. June 24, 1866, m. Charles Smith of Huntington, L. I. Oct. 18, 1858, David B. 3, and Samuel D. 4, were father and son physicians of extensive practice, the father in East-Hampton, the son in Riverhad Suff. Co., N. Y.
JACOB AUSTIN, 4, b. May 29, 1804 m. 1st Rhoda Polly of Conn. who d. March 27, 1863, m. 2nd. Mary dau. of Lewis and Nancy Parsons of E. H. he d. S. P.
HANNAH BURNETT 4, d. March 26, 1851, 43 yrs. 9 mos. d. s. p.
NOTE.--It is singular that about the close of the last century Thomas Baker who resided north of the dwelling of Jehiel Parsons, decd., and
Thomas Talmage who resided on the lot now of Mrs. Tyler, died leaving no sons, and each leaving seven daughters, of whom the Bakers married: Betsey m. Nathaniel Hand, Polly m. Mulford Hand, Phebe m. Gen. Jeremiah Miller, Nancy m. Stafford Hedges, Jeanette m. Josiah Dayton, Abby m. Jonathan Tuthill and (???) m. Abraham Hand. The Talmage daughters severally married: Mary m. Merry Parsons, Elizabeth m. Josiah Mulford, Hannah m. Reuben Hedges, Jerusha m. Stephen Babcock, Abigail m. Abraham Hand, Temperance m. Erastus Dickerson, of Chester, Morris Co., N. J. and Jemima was unm. in 1801.
H. P. H
 

Additional names of persons or families, transient or resident in East Hampton near the years named:

 Avery, Edward, blacksmith,  1668.
 Bee, John 1700 1706.
 Bennett, Richard 1657 1662.
 Bowditch, Joel 1704 1718.
 Carle, John, family 1666 1705.
 Carle, Recompence 1713
 Cartland, John, probably Kirtland, 1651 1669.
 Codner, Mr. and Alice 1663
 Erle, Roger 1683-4 1689.
 Fairfield, Daniel 1654 1655.
 Hayes, Nathaniel 1692 1698.
 Hayes, Rachel 1718
 Kedee, Robert, probably Cady, 1688 1707.
 Mason, James 1683-4
 Meigs, John 1651 1654.
 Meigs, Mark 1655 1658.
 Meigs, Vinson 1653
 Munson, Christopher 1682
 Ouldfield, John 1669-70
 Patty, Joseph 1698-9
 Smith, Roger 1657 1689.
 Smith, David 1690 1700.
 Terrill, Thomas 1688 1692.
 Turner, Daniel 1651
 Whitehair, Sarah (Whittier?) 1698 1706.

The following names of early settlers are not now in East-Hampton:

Belknap, Samuel
Bishop, Nathaniel
Bond, Robert
Brooke, Richard
Chatfield, Thomas
Davis, Fulke
Garlicke, Joshua
Howe, Daniel
Meacham, Jeremy
Rose, Robert
Shaw, Richard
Simonds, William
Thomson, Thomas
Veale, Jeremy
 
 

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