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201 1850 US Census, Illinois, Kendall, Bristol, William Karnes, 56, carpenter, value of real estate 2000, born Ireland, Elizabeth 53, born Ireland, John 29, farmer, born NY, William 28, farmer, born NY, Hellen 22, born NY, Susan 20, born NY, Joseph 18, born Canada, Mary 15, born Canada, Elizabeth 13, born Michigan, Caroline 8, born Illinois, George 50 (apparently not William's brother), farmer, born Ireland, enumerated 11 Sep 1850

1860 US Census, Illinois, Kendall, Bristol, J. N. Kern, 38, farmer, value of real estate 12000, value of personal estate 1660, born NY, William 66, born Ireland, Elizabeth 63, born Ireland, Susan 26, born NY, Elizabeth 21, born Canada, Caroline 18, born IL, Wm Cooney 18, farmhand, Wm 28, farmhand, James 27, farmhand, enumerated 26 Jul 1860

Went to London, Ontario, Canada after 1830, where Joseph and Mary Ann were born, the to Michigan by 1840 where Elizabeth was born, then to Illinois by 1842 where Caroline was born. They were in Bristol, Kendall Co., Illinois at the time of the 1850 US Census.

Alternated date of birth: 1796 
Kern, William (I19326)
 
202 1850 US Census, Indiana, LaGrange, Bloomfield, Jacob D. Groves, 56, farmer, value of real estate 1600, born VA, Margaret, 51, born VA, Mary, 24, born TN, Elisabeth, 19, born OH, Jane, 14, born IN, William, 12, born IN, Case, 8, born IN

1860 US Census, Indiana, LaGrange, Bloomfield, Jacob D. Groves, 66, farmer, value of real estate 4000, value of personal estate 1200, born VA, Margaret, 62, born VA, William 22, farm laborer, born IN, Cassey, 18, housework, born IN, Manson Roop, 12

1870 US Census, Iowa, Hamilton, Webster City, Jacob D. Groves, 76, Farmer Retired, value of real estate 1800, value of personal estate 6000, born VA, Margaret, 71, keeping house, born VA, living next to Nathaniel R. Broch, 43, farmer, value of real estate 6410, value of personal estate 1425, born NJ, Elizabeth, 39, keeping house, born OH, Clara, 11, at school, born IA

Jacob and Margaret children: Frances, Sevilla. 
Groves, Jacob Denton (I28144)
 
203 1850 US Census, Indiana, Rush, Posey, William Meginniss, 38, Methodist Clergyman, value of real estate 2000, born MD, with wife Ann B. 38, born DE, children Nathaniel S. 15, born MD, Thomas J. 15, born MD, Solomon S. 12, born IN, Martha J. S. 10, born IN, Mehetebel 8, born IN, Ann B. 6, born IN, Sarah L. 3, born IN, William C. 1, born IN

1870 US Census, Illinois, Dewitt, Clintonia, Solomon S. Meginnis, 32, clergyman, value of real estate 2000, value of personal estate 1000, born IN, Mary J. Meginnis 29, born NY, parents foreigh born, Whedon L. Meginnis 5, born IL, Morly P. Meginnis 2, born IL, Osman Medinnis 8/12, born IL 
Meginnis, Rev. Solomon S. (I17915)
 
204 1850 US Census, Indiana, Rush, Posey, William Meginniss, 38, Methodist Clergyman, value of real estate 2000, born MD, with wife Ann B. 38, born DE, children Nathaniel S. 15, born MD, Thomas J. 15, born MD, Solomon S. 12, born IN, Martha J. S. 10, born IN, Mehetebel 8, born IN, Ann B. 6, born IN, Sarah L. 3, born IN, William C. 1, born IN Meginniss, William (I13592)
 
205 1850 US Census, Indiana, St. Joseph, Portage, David Gish, 54, farmer, born VA, Matilda, 47, born VA, Christian, 22, farming, born OH, Sarah, 24, born VA, David 20, born IN, Susan, 11, born IN, Martha, 9, born IN, Nancy Elen, 7, born IN

1860 US Census, Indiana, St. Joseph, South Bend, D. W. Gish, 64, Fishman, born VA, Matilda Gish, 55, midwife, born VA

Apparently Sarah, Christian and David were children of a first marriage of David Gish to Susanna Harshbarger, b. 1797, d. 1830. 
Gish, David (I28146)
 
206 1850 US Census, Kentucky, Knox, City not stated, Michael Girdner, 37, farmer, born TN, Elizabeth, 34, born KY, Sophia, 14, born KY, Jarvis J., 12, born KY, William, 10, born KY, Sarah A., 8, born KY, King D., 6, born KY, John, 4, born KY, Mary A., 2, born KY

1860 US Census, Kentucky, Knox, Poplar Creek, Mikiel Girdner, 47, farmer, value of real estate 2000, value of personal estate 1000, born TN, Elizabeth, 45, born KY, Sophia, 24, born KY, John, 15, born KY, Mary, 11, born KY, Joseph, 10, born KY, Franklin, 10/12, born KY Jarvis, 23, born KY

1870 US Census, Kentucky, Knox, Subdivision 93, Michael Girdner, 57, born TN, Elizabeth Girdner, 55, born KY, Jospeh Girdner, 20, born KY, Franklin Girdner, 11, born KY, Sophia Taylor, 10, born KY

1880 US Census, Kentucky, Knox, Poplar Creek, Michael W. Girdner, 68, farmer, born TN, parents born TN, wife Elisabeth, 65, keeping house, born KY, father born unknown, mother born KY, servant James Curtis, 121, laborer, born KY, grandson William Rutherford, 14, works on farm, born KY, father born TN, mother born KY, granddaughter Elizabeth M. Rutherford, 12, born KY 
Girdner, Michael (I21382)
 
207 1850 US Census, KY, Mead Co., Kentucky District, William Stith, age 38, farmer, born Kentucky, with wife Elizabeth 28, Junius 14, James 12, Martha 9, Lucy 6, Siloma 4, Jeffrey 1, and Sarah Atterson 14.

/Drury Stith
/Richard Stith b: 30 SEP 1727 d: 16 NOV 1802
| \Elizabeth Buckner
/Richard Stith b: 9 DEC 1778 d: 13 APR 1843
| | /John Hall
| \Lucy Cocke Hall b: JUL 1736 d: 12 FEB 1815
| \Ann Bolling
/William Banks Stith b: 2 APR 1812 d: 17 JUL 1880
| | /Thomas Jones b: ABT 1690 d: ABT 1774
| | /John Jones b: ABT 1715 d: 1798
| | /Thomas Jones b: 6 NOV 1754 d: 16 FEB 1826
| | | | /Joel Walker b: ABT 1700
| | | \Elizabeth Walker b: ABT 1730 d: BEF 1798
| | | | /Arthur Moseley b: ABT 1665 d: ABT 1730
| | | \Sarah Moseley b: ABT 1705
| | | \Sarah Hancock
| \Elizabeth Jones b: JAN 1779 d: 24 AUG 1844
| | /Richard Johns b: ABT 1640 d: 1703
| | /William Johns b: ABT 1673 d: AFT 1720
| | | | /William Fox b: ABT 1545 =>
| | | | /Henry Fox b: ABT 1578 d: 1625
| | | | | \Anne Lane
| | | | /John Fox b: ABT 1602 d: 1665
| | | | | \Elizabeth Pickerwell
| | | | /John Fox b: 1626 d: ABT 1682
| | | | | \Elizabeth Convers
| | | \Jane Fox b: ABT 1648 d: AFT 1704
| | | \ Unknown
| | /William Johns b: ABT 1708 d: ABT 1787
| \Elizabeth Johns b: 9 NOV 1757 d: 1837
| \Ann Merryman b: ABT 1712 d: AFT 1757
Martha Emily Stith b: 10 JUL 1841 d: 3 MAR 1923
\Hannah Hayden b: ABT 1816 d: 1841

The Johns Family History, Rootsweb, jrn2217@aol.com, Bob Newsome 
Stith, William Banks (I20261)
 
208 1850 US Census, Massachusetts, Adams, Samuel Montgomery, age 28, Calico Printer, born England, with wife Jane 25, children Alice 5, George 3, plus another George Montgomery, age 19, laborer, born England.

1860 US Census, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Adams, Saml Montgomery, 39, dyer, value of real estate 2000, value of personal estate 100, born Atlantic Ocean, Jane, 35, born England, Alice 15, born NY, cripple, Geo 13, born NY, Charlotte, 6, born MA, Corenna, 4, born MA, William, 1, born MA, living next to Richard Lidford and John Lidford familes

1870 US Census, Massachusetts, Berkshire, Adams, Saml Montgomery, 50, works print works, value of real estte 6000, value of personal estate 175, with wife Jane 45, children Alice 24, Geroge 22, Charlotte 16, Corinna 13, William 12, Thomas 10, Henry 6, Benjamin 4, living next to Edward and Margrett James family

Listed in 1880 Census, age 59, occupation In Print Works, parents born in Ireland

!n 1900 MA Census, listings for children Charlotte, William, Thomas state father born "at sea."

Lived in No. Adams for nearly 40 years as of 13 Dec 1883. Had worked for the Freeman manufacturing company for many years.

AE 63 years

Death record show birth state of New York

Cemetery stone: Samuel Montgomery, 1820-1883 
Montgomery, Samuel (I13955)
 
209 1850 US Census, Michigan, Wayne, Sumpter, James McIntosh, 71, value of personal estate, 1000, born Scotland, Margaret McIntosh, 58, born Ireland, Margaret McIntosh, 16, born MI

Of Michigan in Nancy Kern's will, 11 Feb 1856 
McIntosh, James (I19640)
 
210 1850 US Census, Mifflin, Lycoming, Pennsylvania, Ann Tackaberry, 73, born Ireland, Henry Pepperman, 42, farmer, born PA, Margaret Pepperman, 40, born PA, Phebe L., 14, Cathrine E., 12, Margaret A., 9, Eliza J., 6, William, 3, Susannah Pepperman, 7/12, all children born PA Ann (I13893)
 
211 1850 US Census, Missouri, Livingston, District 51, Chas Gordner, 34, farmer, value of real estate 200, born KY, Tabitha, 24, born IN, David, 5, born MO, Elisabeth, 3, born MO, Mary J., 1, born MO, Mathilda Winkler, 20, born IL

1860 US Census, California, Sutter, Nicolaus, C. G. Girdner, 46, farmer, value of real estate 3000 value of personal estate 1000, born KY, Tabitha, 34, domestic, born IN, David, 15, born MO, Elizabeth, 12, born MO, Mary, 11, born MO, Caroline, 6, born CA, William, 4, born CA, Adeline, 3, born CA

1870 US Census, MO, Livingston Co., Jackson Twp., Charles Girdner, age 54, farmer, value of real estate 2500, value of personal estate 1500, born KY, with Catharine 25, keeping house, born MO, Adaline 12, born CA, William 14, born CA, Amanda 10, born CA, Charles Nolan 4, born CA, on farm next to D.B. Girdner 25, and wife Ella 18

1880 US Census, Missouri, Livingston, Sampsel, Charles Girdner, 63, farming, born KY, parents born PA, wife Mary, 36, keeping house, born MO, parents born KY, daughter Manda, 18, at home, born CA, son Mike, 12, at home, born MO, son Charles, 9, born MO, son Franklin, 6, born MO, son James, 4, born MO, daughter Ida, 1, born MO, sister Elizabeth Mason, 34, divorced, keeping house born MO, parents born KY, niece Gracie, 3, born MO 
Girdner, Charles (I20121)
 
212 1850 US Census, Missouri, Livingston, District 51, Mark White, 47, farmer, value of real estate $800, born SC, with wife Mary, 44, born TN, cannot read or write, children Evin 15, Denis A. 13, Lankford 10, Mary 7, Mehaly 5, Louisa 3, others Bainbridge Hobbs 21, Nancy Hobbs 18. White, Marcus "Mark" (I20603)
 
213 1850 US Census, Missouri, Mercer, District 56, John Logan, 34, farmer, born KY, E. N., 33, born KY, cannot read or write, Martha A., 10, born MO, Virginia, 8, born MO, S.C., 6, female, born MO, S.G., 5, male, born MO, L.A., 3, male, born MO, M. S., 2, female, born MO

1860 US Census, Missouri, Mercer, Morgan, John Logan, 45, farmer, value of real estate 1500, value of personal estate 500, born KY, Eveline, 44, born KY, M. A., 20, female, born MO, Virginia, 18, born MO, S.C., 16, female, born MO, S.D., 15, male, born MO, J.A., 13, male, born MO, M.E., 11, female, born MO, W.J., 9, male, born MO, James, 7, born MO, Elvina, 5, born MO, L.F., 3, female, born MO, J.L., 2, male, born MO, H.E., 5/12, female, born MO 
Logan, John Jr (I21447)
 
214 1850 US Census, Missouri, Mercer, District 56, Joseph Girdner, 60, farmer, value of real estate 1,000, born PA, Anna, 58, born TN, Hulda, 28, born KY, John, 22, farmer, born KY, King D., 18, farmer, born KY, Polly Prichard, 14, born KY, Wesley M. Griffin, 9, born MO

1860 US Census, Missouri, Mercer, Morgan, Joseph Girdner, 70, farmer, value of real estate 2000, value of personal estate 1500, born PA, Ann, 68, born TN, King D., 25, farmer, born KY, M. A. Girdner, 24, female, born TN, W. M. Girdner, 17, male, farm laborer, born MO, W. L. Girdner, 4, male, born MO, Albert Girdner, 2, male, born MO

1870 US Census, Missouri, Mercer, King B. Girdner, 38, farmer, value of real estate 3200, value of personal estate 1050, born KY, Mary, 34, keeping house, born TN, Layfayette, 14, born MO, Albert, 12, born MO, Chelnessa, 8, born MO, Emma, 7, born MO, Alice, 5, born MO, Maggie, 1, born MO, Joseph, 80, retired farmer, born MO, Henry Webb, 23, farmer, born MO, living next to brother John Girdner and family

Joseph came to Mercer County, Missouri about 1837. A son and grandson were physicians.

Made his stand with his family in Mercer County 
Girdner, Joseph Ashley (I20109)
 
215 1850 US Census, Missouri, Mercer, District 56, Michael Girdner, 35, farmer, born KY, Rachael, 28, born MO, James, 6, born MO, Mary E., 3, born MO, Michael, 1, born MO, Sarah Hays, 25, Mc D. Smith, 16

1860 US Census, Missouri, Mercer, Madison, Michal Girdner, 45, farmer, value of real estate 7500, value of personal estate 400, born KY, Rachel, 38, born MO, James, 16, farm laborer, born MO, M. E., female, 13, born MO, Michael, 11, born MO, Humphrey, 9, born MO, Elcy, 6, born MO. J.G. male, born MO

1870 US Census, Missouri, Barton, Newton, Mahel Girdner, 55, farmer, value of real estate 4000, value of personal estate 900, born KY, Rachel, 48, keeping house, born MO, Humphry, 19, farming, born MO, Elsey, 16, at home, born MO, Joseph, 14, at home, born MO, Ivan, 6, born NE, Henry M., 3, born MO

1880 US Census, Missouri, Barton, Milford, Michael Girdner, 65, farmer, born KY, parents born PA, wife Rachel, 58, keeping house, born MO, parents born KY, W. Ivon, 16, farmer, born NE, cousin Charity Weldron, 11, at school, born Cherokee Nation

Represented Barton county in the Legislature of Missouri in 1870

One of his sons studied law at Springfield, MO. He was admitted to the Bar when about 21 or 22 years of age, but died soon after 
Girdner, Michael (I20120)
 
216 1850 US Census, Missouri, Mercer, James Girdner, 39, farmer, value of real estate 1000, born TN, wife Jane, 37, born MS, son Franklin, 16, farmer, born KY, daughter Polly A., 14, born KY, son Joseph M., 12, born MO, son James, 10, born MO, son George S., 6, born MO, son Jackson, 3, born MO, son John, 5/12, born MO

1860 US Census, Missouri, Mercer, Morgan, James Girdner, 48, farmer, value of real estate 5000, value of personal estate 2500, born TN, Jane, 46, born AL, W. F., 24, school teacher, born KY, Joseph, 21, farm laborer, born MO, Britton, 17, farm laborer, born MO, George, 15, farm laborer, born MO, Jackson, 12, born MO, John R., 10, born MO, S. J., 6, born MO, Jane Hedding, 22, domestic

1870 US Census, Missouri, Mercer, Morgan, James Girdner, 69 (sic), farmer, born TN, Jane, 48 (sic), keeping house, value of real estate 16600, value of personal estate 2000, born MS, cannot write, Andrew J., 22, farmer, born MO, John R., 20, born MO, Sarah J., 20, born MO, living next to son Joseph Girdner and family

1880 US Census, Missouri, Mercer, Morgan, James Girdner, 69, widower, farmer, born TN, Sarah J. Boyd, 27, daughter, keeping house, born MO, father born TN, mother born AL, John W. Boyd, 32, son in law, at home, born MO, parents born OH, Ella M. Boyd, 2/12, grandchild, born MO 
Girdner, James (I21389)
 
217 1850 US Census, New York, Chautauqua, Sheridan, David Patterson, 56, farmer, value of real estate 2500, born Scotland, Eve 48, born Ireland, Charles 24, farmer, value of real estate 2000, born NY, Hellen 22, born NY, Margaret 19, born NY, Genette 16, born NY, John 13, born NY, David 11, born NY, Charles Patterson, 50, farm laborer, born Scotland,

1860 US Census, New York, Chautauqua, Sheridan, David Paterson, 66, farmer, value of real estate 6000, value of personal estate 300, born Scotland, Eva 56, born Ireland, John 23, farmer, value of personal estate 600, born NY, David R. 20, farmer & jeweler, born NY

1870 US Census, New York, Chautauqua, Sheridan, David Patterson, 76, farmer, value of real estate 7000, value of personal estate 400, born Scotland, Eve 67, keeping house, born Ireland, David R. W., 30, farmer, value of real estate 2000, value of personal estate 1735, born NY, Jeannette 36, at home, value of personal estate 300, born NY, Emily Shultz 20, domestic servant

Alternate city of birth: Tilliefergus, Perth, Scotland 
Patterson, David (I19642)
 
218 1850 US Census, New York, Chautauqua, Westfield, Avin Shattuck, 30, doctor, born VT, Jane 26, born NY, Henry 5, born NY, Eva Jane 3/12, born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Erie, Buffalo, A. Shattuck, 40, physician, value of personal estate 500, born Vermont, Jane 36, born NY, Henry P. 15, born NY, Eva J. 10, born NY, servant Mary Sullivan, 25

1870 US Census, New York, Erie, Buffalo, Alvin Shattuck, 50, physician, value of real estate 10,000, value of personal estate 2,000, born VT, Jane 45, born NY, Alvin P. 4, born NY

Alvin was in the United States naval service in the South Pacific, from 1839 to 1842, commenced the study of medicine in 1844, graduated at the Ohio Medical College in 1848, and settled in Westfield, Chautauque Co., NY. He had an office also in Buffalo. Info: Descendants of William Shattuck by Lemuel Shattuck. 
Shattuck, Dr. Alvin (I13823)
 
219 1850 US Census, New York, Chenango, Smyrna, M. M. Tuke, 28, Clergyman, born NY, no family, living with Chester Allen family

1860 US Census, Iowa, Scott, Davenport, M. M. Tooke 40, school teacher, born NY, Mrs. Tooke 30, school mistress, born NY, Emma 12, born NY, Ella 7, born NY, Mary F. 5, born NY, Milton 1, born IA

1870 US Census, Illinois, Lee, Dixon, M. McKendree Tooke 53, teacher, value of real estate 12000, value of personal estate 300, born NY, Lucinia 38, born NY, Ella M. 17, born NY, Allelton 1, female, born IL, enumerated 4 Jun 1870

1900 US Census, Illinois, Winnebago, Rockford, McKendree M. Tooke, born Sept 1815, age 84, married 48 years, born NY, parents born England, no occupation, rents home, wife Lucenia P. born Feb 1832, age 68, married 48 years, mother of 7 children 2 living, born NY, parents born NY, son-in-law William E. Jaycox, born Feb 1868, age 32, married 5 years, born NY, parents born NY, flour & feed merchant, daughter Maude A. born Jan 1870, age 30, married 5 years, mother of 0 children 0 living, born IL, school teacher 
Tooke, Rev. Michael McKendree (I19661)
 
220 1850 US Census, New York, Columbia, Stockport, James McLachlin 49, laborer, value of real estate 700, Margaret 46, Eliza 20, Ann 17, Sarah 14, James 10, all born Ireland McLaughlin, James (I13921)
 
221 1850 US Census, New York, Dutchess, Pine Plains, Bristol Cook, 34, farmer, Henrietta 34, Bird 9, (male), Melissa 7, Celestia 7, Reuben 3, Jane A. 6/12, all born CT

1860 US Census, New York, Oneida, Vienna, Bristol Cook, 44, farmer, born CT, Harriet 44, housework, born CT, Selestia 17, housework, born CT, Rubin 12, born MA, Jane A. 9, born CT, Josephine 7, born NY, John Emery 21, farm laborer

1870 US Census, New York, Broome, Fenton, Bristol Cook, 54, farmer, born NY, unnamed (Henrietta), age 53, keeping house, born NY, Reuben, 22, works on farm, born NY

1880 US Census, New York, Broome, Fenton, Reuben B. Cook, 63, farmer, born CT, parents born CT, wife Henryette 63, keeps house, born CT, parents born CT, son Reuben 33, single, works on farm, born MA, granddaughter Nancy Emory 20, works at housework, born NY, father born NY, mother born CT, grandson George Emory 15, born NY, father born NY, mother born CT 
Cook, Reuben Bristol (I17128)
 
222 1850 US Census, New York, Erie, Concord, Daniel Sizer, 28, music teacher, value of real estate 400, born MA, Harriet 27, born MA, male L___, age 1, born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Oswego, Oswego, Daniel Sizer 39, teacher, value of real estate 800, born MA, Harriet 37, born MA, Mary 7, born NY, William 2, born NY, Mary McDougall 15, Jeannette Court 36, nurse

1870 US Census, New York, Onondaga, Syracuse, Danniel Sizer 48, music teacher value of real estate 3000, value of personal estate 1000, born MA, Harriet 47, born MA, Mary 17, teaching music, born NY, William 12, born NY

1880 US Census, New York, Onondaga, Syracuse, Daniel Sizer 59, teacher of music, born MA, parents born MA, wife Harriet A. 57, keeping house, born MA, father born CT, mother born MA, daughter Mary L. 27, single, at home, born NY 
Sizer, Daniel (I18040)
 
223 1850 US Census, New York, Greene, Coxsackie, Moses Jeromes 44, farmer, born NY, Mary 42, born NY, Frederick 17, farmer, born NY, Wallace 15, farmer, born NY, Theodore 13, born NY, Josephine 11, born NY, infant 1/12, born NY, Alexander 23, farmer, born NY, William 27, sailor, born NY, Sarah Hallenbeck 20, born NY Jerome, Moses (I13973)
 
224 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Francis Tuke 64, farmer, value of real estate 2500, born Ireland, with wife Susan 53, born Ireland, children Samuel 28, carpenter, E. Jane 25, Thomas 21, farmer, Joseph 19, farmer, Benjamin 17, farmer, all children born NY

AE: 42 years 
Tooke, Samuel J. (I19663)
 
225 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, George Fearon 60, farmer, value of real estate 5200, born Ireland, Catherine Fearon 35, born Ireland, Lydia J. Fearon 25, born NY, James T. Fearon 20, farmer, born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, George Fearon 79, farmer, value of real estate 2000, value of personal estate 1200, born Ireland, Catherine 45, domestic, born Ireland, Lydia 38, domestic, born NY

AE: 82 years

Settled at Pratt's Hollow 1806. Sons Robert and James T. Died 4 Mar 1863, age 82

Immigrated from Ireland to Boston 12 Aug 1811. Built first house on farm 
Fearon, George (I19811)
 
226 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, George Fearon, 34, farmer, value of real estate 3000, born NY, Abby Fearon 34, born Maine

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Susan Gregory 65, pauper, George Fearon 44, farmer, value of real estate 4800, value of personal estate 1200, Olive 35, Merrill 5 (male), Jenny 4, Henry 2/12, all born NY

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, George Fearon 54, farmer, value of real estate 7000, value of personal estate 2000, born NY, parents foreign born, daughter Merrie 15, born NY, daughter Jennie 14, born NY, son William 10, born NY, domestic servant Gertrude Ellis 22, farm laborer William Dorathy 25

1875 census Eaton 1st dist page 12 fam#99, George Fearon 58, widower, farmer, son Merrill G. 20, farm laborer, daughter Jennie G. 18, son Willie H. 15, all born Madison Co.

1892 census Lenox dist 11 s856
Feron, George 76 born US
Feron, Anna E. 38 born New Providence
Emma (11) and George (7) are not mentioned
Residing in the same dist is his son Merrill

Alternate date of birth: 20 Apr 1816-18
Alternate date of death: 1896 
Fearon, George Jr. (I19828)
 
227 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, George Philpott, 57, farmer, value of real estate 3000, born Ireland, with wife Mary 50, born Ireland, children Robert J. 26, born NY, George 24, born NY, Edward 19, born NY, Anneta 16, born NY, Mary 13, born NY, Sarah 10., born NY

AE: 65 years 
Philpot, George (I19649)
 
228 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Ivory Howard, 33, farmer, value of real estate 1800, Margarette, 32, John L., 6, Nancy J., 2, Ann Gregory, 60, born Ireland

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Ivory Howard, 43, farmer, value of real estate 6000, value of personal estate 2000, Margaret, 42, John, 16, farm laborer, Nancy, 11, Frank, 8, Ellen, 6, Geo, 2, all born NY

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Ivory Howard, 53, farmer, Margaret, 52, keeping house, Nancy, 21, at home, Frank, 17, farm labor, Geo H., 12, at school, William B., 9, all born NY

1900 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Frank Howard, born Oct 1853, 46, married 18 years, born NY, parents born NY, farmer, owns farm with mortgage, wife Ada, born June 1859, 40, married 18 years, mother of 3 children 2 living, born NY, parents born NY, son Ivory, born Oct 1883, 16, born NY, at school, daughter Elenora, born Dec 1886, 13, born NY, at school, father Ivory B., born Nov 1816, 83, widower, born NY, father born RI, mother born NY

1910 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Frank I. Howard, 57, married once 28 years, born NY, parents born NY, farmer general farm, wife Ada, 54, married once 28 years, mother of 3 children 2 living, born NY, parents born NY, son Ivory, 26, born NY, farm laborer home farm, daughter Elnora, 23, born NY, father Ivory, 93, widower, born NY, parents born NY, own income, living near Frank's brother George and family

Six children.
1. George, m. Best Brown, their children Paul, Helen, Harold who m. Lucille, 3 dau. 1 son.

Alternate date of death: 2 Sep 1919 
Howard, Ivory Bassett (I36959)
 
229 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, James Bauder, 29, wagon maker, value of real estate 350, E. A., 30, female, Jane M., 3, female, William A., 1, male, all born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, James Tackaberry, 65, farmer, value of real estate 7300, with wife Alma 63, children Samuel T. 28, farm laborer, Henry M. 21, farm laborer, Dora Hoffman 47, servant, Wm. Jones 24, farm laborer, Daniel Garcey 24, farm laborer, Jas Border (Bauder) 39, born NY, Henry 9, born NY, Elisabeth 40, born NY, Geo 5, born NY, Hiram 2, born NY

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Canastota, James G. Bauder 48, farmer, value of real estate 6000, value of personal estate 1500, born NY, Elizabeth 49, keeps house, born NY, parents foreign born, Jas. Monroe 23, farmer, value of real estate 2000, value of personal estate 500, born NY, Henry 19, works on farm, born NY, Geo. N. 14 works on farm, born NY, Hiram 12, at home, born NY, Hattie Moore 16, hired girl domestic svt

1880 US Census, New York, Madison, Lenox, James Border, 59, no occupation listed, born NY, father born Germany, mother born NY, wife Elisebeth, 60, born NY, parents born Ireland, son Hiram L., 22, single, no occupation listed, born NY, servant Sophie Turner, 70 
Bauder, James (I19532)
 
230 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, James Tackaberry, 55, farmer, value of real estate 3500, born Ireland, with wife Ann 53, born Ireland, children Robert 23, farmer, George 22, farmer, Margarette 20, farmer, Samuel 18, farmer, Susanna 16, Wesley 13, Henry 11, all children born NY, living on farm next to Terrance Lynch family

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, James Tackaberry, 65, farmer, value of real estate 7300, with wife Alma 63, children Samuel T. 28, farm laborer, Henry M. 21, farm laborer, Dora Hoffman 47, servant, Wm. Jones 24, farm laborer, Daniel Garcey 24, farm laborer, Jas Border (Bauder) 39, born NY, Henry 9, born NY, Elisabeth 40, born NY, Geo 5, born NY, Hiram 2, born NY

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, James Tackaberry 75, farmer, value of real estate 12500, value of personal estate 1500, Ann 73, keeping house

Was a native of Ireland. Born 1795. Came to the United States with his parents when 11 years old in 1806. His father Nathaniel and mother Sarah (Neusum) Tackaberry were born in Ireland. They had 4 sons and 5 daughters whom they brought up in the Town of Eaton. James married in 1818 Ann Belton, also of Ireland. They werre married in Eaton and lived their lives in that Town. They had 8 sons and 4 daughters. Only 1 died in infancy. Elizabeth (Mrs. James Bauder of Canastota), Nathaniel J., Robert, a publisher in Dakota, George of Canastota, Wesley of Detroit, Michigan, Henry, a farmer on the old homestead, John, a teacher in Madison Village, Margaret (Mrs. Harrison Darrow of Denver, Colorado), Sarah J. (Mrs. Harlow Hopkins), Susanna (Mrs. James W. Marshall of Stockbridge) and Samuel. Most of the family are buried on the Bear Path Road.

Alternate date of birth: 21 Dec 1794
Alternate date of death: 18 Apr 1841
Alternate: Tackabury 
Tackaberry, James (I19340)
 
231 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, John Kern 63, farmer, value of real estate 4000, born Ireland, with wife Jane 55, born Ireland, Helen Stone 18, born NY, William Kern 18, born NY, George Kern 15, born NY, David Kern 13, born NY, Albert Kern 10, born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, John Kern 73, farmer, value of real estate 5000, value of personal estate 1200, born Ireland, with Jane Kern 65, born Ireland, David C. Kern 22, farm laborer, born NY, Albert F. Kern 20, farm laborer, born NY, John C. Rook 15, farm laboerer, Margaret Smith 23, servant

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, John Kem, 83, retired farmer, born Ireland, with wife Jane 75, born Ireland, Charlie Kem 13, farm laborer, born NY, Anna Parkel 17, domestic servant

AE: 85 years, 10 months 22 days

Died March 25, 1873. Aged 85. Buried on Bear Path Road. Delegate Anit-Mason Convention 1829 
Kern, John II (I19633)
 
232 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, John Tuke, 32, farmer, born NY, living in home of Robert Bowers, living next to parents Francis and Susan

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, John Tooke 40, farmer, value of real estate 5850, value of personal estate 1500, with wife Sarah 28, Jerry Blodget 20, farm laborer

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, John Tooke, 53, farmer, value of real estate 6650, value of personal estate 2000, Sarah Tooke 36, living next to George and Adeliza Tooke

1880 US Census, New York, Oneida, Vernon, John Tooke 63, retired farmer, born NY, parents born Ireland, wife Sarah 47, born NY

John and Sarah brought up Burt Needham. Burt may have been a son of sister of Michael Tuke 1

Alternate death date: 7 May 1866 
Tooke, John (I19662)
 
233 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Michael Tuke, 56, farmer, value of real estate 2000, born Ireland, with wife Sarah, 51, born Ireland, father-in-law Nathaniel Tackaberry, 82, farmer, born Ireland, children, MIchael Tuke Jr. 25, born NY, Nathaniel 23, born NY, Francis 21, born NY, Sarah 18, born NY, Wesley 16, born NY, John D. 14, born NY, James 12, born NY, Mary 11, born NY, Summerfield 9, born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, MIchael Tooke 67, farmer, value of real estate 3000, value of personal estate 1200, with wife Sarah 61, children Wesley 27, Dempster 25, Jas 23, Summerfield 17, William ?, 23, servant

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, James Tooke, 33, farmer, value of real estate 6080, born NY, Helen Tooke, 33, born NY, Chandler Tooke, 3, born NY, Michael Tooke, 77, farmer, born Ireland, Sarah Tooke, 72, born Ireland, Somerfield Tooke, 26, book dealer, born NY, Thomas Tooke, 41, farm labor

The man whose name and likeness are seen above was born on May 11, 1793, in Arklow, Ireland. His parents' names were MICHAEL and RACHEL TOOKE. When their son MICHAEL was 16 years old they emigrated to America. From his boyhood MICHAEL had evinced a more than ordinary desire for knowledge, and he never let pass an opportunity of adding to his store. When his father's family reached this country, they settled in Eaton, Madison county, N.Y., about a half mile east of what is known as Pratt's Hollow, on the New York, Ontario and Western (Midland) railroad.
    In those days of inferior educational advantage, pupils were compelled to depend for instruction upon the district school, however ambitious they might be for high attainments. It was thus with the subject of this sketch, who, so far as school instruction was concerned, was confined to the rude country school, but he was not the person to sit idly down when he had learned all that was thus offered him. He was a close observer and an eager reader of all that came within his reach, and he thus became enlightened on all current subjects, and well versed in ancient and modern history.
    At age 25 he became a convert of religion and united with the Methodist Episcopal church. In November of the following year (1819,) he received license to exhort in his church, and on June 18, 1821, he was licensed to preach. June 14, 1829, he was ordained Deacon, by Bishop ROBERTS and as Elder by the same Bishop, August 25, 1840. These events sufficiently show that he was held in high esteem by his church brethren.
    As a local preacher, Mr. TOOKE ranked high in his locality. From the earliest movement toward the abolition of slavery, Mr. TOOKE was a strong advocate of the doctrine, speaking and voting in its favor on all occasions.
    In the year 1820, Mr. TOOKE was united in marriage to Miss SARAH TACKABURY, an estimable Christian lady. For fifty years she was his beloved consort, being all that becomes a wife and mother. Ten children were born to them, seven sons and three daughters. RACHEL, the eldest, is the wife of Mr. JOHN STRINGER. MICHAEL is a farmer, as is also NATHANIEL. These three reside in Bouckville, Madison county, N.Y. F. W. TOOKE is a member of the Central New York Conference. SARAH is the wife of Mr. HENRY BURNS, a farmer living in Bouckville. W. T. TOOKE is a member of the Northern New York Conference. D. J. TOOKE is a farmer residing in Chittenango Falls. JAMES N. now resides on the old homestead. MATTIE Z., married Rev. G. G. MEGINNIS, a member of the Illinois Conference. S. N. TOOKE is a postal agent, and resides in Charleston, Ill.
    MICHAEL TOOKE, the subject of these notes, died December 30, 1870, in the 78th year of his age.

Settled at Pratt's Hollow 1806. Born 1793. Died Dec. 29, 1870. Local Methodist Minister. Buried on the Bear Path Road. Wife Sarah Tackaberry. Children Racheal, Micheal, Nathaniel, Francis, Sarah, Wesley P., John D., James N. and Mary.

Alternate date of death: 20 Dec 1870
Alterante date of death: 30 Dec 1871 
Tooke, Reverend Michael II (I19346)
 
234 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Nancy Kern, 90, born Ireland, Leonard Bates, 56, manufacturer, born CT, Hannah Bates, 52, born NY, Horton Bates, 22, born NY, Sally Gail, 67, born VT

AE: 98 years
Alternate spellings: Killian, Killen 
Killion, Nancy Ann (I19434)
 
235 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Richard Tuke 25, farmer, value of real estate 1000, born NY, Mary 52, born Ireland, Ellen M. 20, born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Richard Tooke 34, farmer, value of real estate 2000, value of personal estate 800, born NY, with wife Hattie 25, born NY, Mary Tooke (mother) 62, domestic, born NY, Willie Tooke 10, born NY

AE: 78 years 
Buck, Mary (I19740)
 
236 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Richard Tuke 25, farmer, value of real estate 1000, born NY, Mary 52, born Ireland, Ellen M. 20, born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Richard Tooke 34, farmer, value of real estate 2000, value of personal estate 800, born NY, with wife Hattie 25, born NY, Mary Tooke (mother) 62, domestic, born NY, Willie Tooke 10, born NY 
Tooke, Richard L. (I19742)
 
237 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Richard Tuke 25, farmer, value of real estate 1000, born NY, Mary 52, born Ireland, Ellen M. 20, born NY Tuke, Ellen Maria (I19743)
 
238 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Seth Howard, 32, farmer, value of real estate 4000, Mary, 35, Cyrus P., 10, Eliza J., 7, Edwin A., 4, female Howard, 2/12, (Mary's brothers) James Kern, 25, Peter Kern, 20, Mary Ann Goit, 24, all born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Peter Kern, 30, farmer, value of real estate 3000, value of personal estate 120, Cornelia, 31, Mary, 6, Charles, 4, Wesley, 1, all born NY

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Peter Kern, 40, works on RR, Jennette, 8, at school, Charles, 13, at school, Wesley, 11, at school, all born NY

1880 US Census, Michigan, Sanilac, Flynn, Peter Kern, 50, farmer, born NY, parents born Ireland, wife Julia, 40, keeping house, born NY, parents born NY, son Wesley, 21, born NY, son Fredrick, 8, born NY, son Daniel, 2, born MI

1900 US Census, Michigan, Sanilac, Flynn, Peter Kern, born Dec 1828, age 72, married 29 years, born NY, parents born Ireland, farmer, owns farm free of mortgage, wife Julia, born May 1840, age 60, married 29 years, mother of 6 children 2 living, born NY, parents born NY, son Frederick, born May 1872, age 28, single, born MI, farm laborer, son Daniel, botn Oct 1877, marrried 0 years, born MI, day laborer, daughter in law Cora, born Apr 1883, age 17, married 0 years, mother of 0 children, born MI, father born unk., mother born Canada

1910 US Census, Michigan, Sanilac, Speaker, Peter Kern, 81, married twice 38 years, born NY, parents born Ireland, own income, owns home free of mortgage, wife Julia, 69, married twice 38 years, mother of 6 children 2 living, born NY, parents born NY, son Fredrick, 38 sing.e, born MI, odd jobs

Democratic Republican. Marriages. 7 February 1854, "by Rev. A. Perkins, Mr. Peter V. Kern to Miss Cornelia Eddy, of this village. (Hamilton)"

Michgan Death Certificate:
Name: Peter V. Kern
Place of death: Melvin village, Maple Valley township, Sanilac Co., Michigan
Marital status: married
Date of birth: 17 Dec 1829
Date of death: 25 Sep 1912
Cause of death: Senile decay
AE: 83 y, 9 m, 8 d.
Occupation: farmer
Birthplace: Ireland
Father: John Kern
Father birthplace: Ireland
Mother: Unknown
Mother birthplace: Ireland
Informant: Danile Kern (son), Brown City, MI 
Kern, Peter Van Emory (I36966)
 
239 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Seth Howard, 32, farmer, value of real estate 4000, Mary, 35, Cyrus P., 10, Eliza J., 7, Edwin A., 4, female Howard, 2/12, (Mary's brothers) James Kern, 25, Peter Kern, 20, Mary Ann Goit, 24, all born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Seth Howard, 41, farmer, value of real estate 4000, value of personal estate 3000, Mary, 44, C. Preston, 20, farm laborer, Eliza J., 17, domestic, Edwin A., 15, farm laborer, Mary, 10, one servant, two farm laborers

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Seth Howard, 53, farmer, value of real estate 30000, value of personal estate 6000, born NY, Mary, 54, keeping house, born NY, Preston Howard, 6, born NY, living next door to daughter Jennie Marshall and husband Scoville

1900 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, James Edgarton, born Dec 1866, age 33, married 9 years, born NY, father born NY, mother born England, farmer, rents farm, wife Florence, born Jan 1871, age 29, married 9 years, mother of 1 child 1 living, born NY, parents born NY, son Leon, born Jan 1893, age 7, born NY, Seth Howard, grandfather, born Sept 1818, widower, born NY, parents born CT, living next door to Forence's parents 
Howard, Seth (I36957)
 
240 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Seth Howard, 32, farmer, value of real estate 4000, Mary, 35, Cyrus P., 10, Eliza J., 7, Edwin A., 4, female Howard, 2/12, (Mary's brothers) James Kern, 25, Peter Kern, 20, Mary Ann Goit, 24, all born NY

1900 US Census, New York, Herkimer, Litchfield, Grant Holenbeck, born Jan 1867, age 33, married 10 years, born NY, parents born NY, cheese maker, owns farm with mortgage, wife Elva, born Sept 1870, age 29, married 10 years, mother of 2 children 2 living, born NY, parents born NY, son Morell, born April 1892, age 8, born NY, daughter Aleen, born Oct 1893, age 6, born NY, father (sic) James Kern, born Sept 1826, age 73, married 38 years, born NY, parents born NY, farm labor, wife (sic) Martha J., born Dec 1837, age 62, married 38 years, mother of 1 child 1 living, born NY, parents born NY 
Kern, James Williams (I36964)
 
241 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Nelson, Harlow Hopkins 27, farmer, Sarah 27, Elizabeth M. 5, all born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Georgetown, Harlow Hopkins, 37, farmer, value of real estate 6000, Sarah J. 37, Malvina 14, Wesley 9, Robert Williams 19, farm laborer, all born NY

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Harlow Hopkins 47, sawyer, value of real estate 2000, value of personal estate 2500, Frances A. 36, keeping house, value of real estate 600, value of personal estate 500

1880 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Harlow Hopkins 57, farmer, born NY, wife Frances 46, born NY 
Hopkins, Harlow (I19510)
 
242 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Smithfield, James C. Lynch 29, farmer, value of real estate 1470, born NY, with wife Lucinda 24, born NY, daughter Florana 2, born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Smithfield, James C. Lynch 41, farmer, with wife Maria 21, children Flora J. 12, Terrence M. 5, Infant male 2, all born NY

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Smithfield, James Lynch 50, farmer, value of real estate 8,000, value of personal estate 2,015, with wife Hannah 39, children Joesphine Eddy 18, Lewis Eddy 15, Terrence Lynch 15, James J. Lynch 12, Lafayett Lynch 8

1880 US Census, New York, Madison, Smithfield, James C. Lynch 51, farmer, born NY, parents born Ireland, with wife Hannah 49, sons James 22, Lafayett 17

1900 US Census, New York, Madison, Smithfield, Janes C. Lynch, born Sept 1819, age 80, married 35 years, born NY, parents born Ireland, farmer, with wife Hannah M., born Oct 1831, age 68, son James C. Jr., born Aug 1858, age 41, widower, farm laborer, granddaughters May, born Jany 1884, age 16, born NY, Eva, born Apr 1886, 14, born NY

JAMES C. LYNCH, a general farmer and stock-raiser of the town of Smithfield, has a fine farm of one hundred and forty-six acres, all under a good state of cultivation. He was born in the town of Eaton at Pratt's Hollow, September 1, 1819. His parents, Terence and Jane (Kern) Lynch, were natives of Ireland, emigrating from there to America in the early part of this century, presumably in 1801. After landing in New York, Mr. Lynch went first to Albany, where he stopped for a while, thence proceeding to Utica, being employed there for a time in Bagg's Hotel, and subsequently became a clerk in the log store of John C. Devereaux. He was industrious and frugal, and after a few years of steady work saved enough money to buy seventy-five acres of land in Pratt's Hollow. He at once began the work of clearing a farm, and in the course of a few years had a good homestead, which he devoted to general farming and stock-raising. There both he and his wife spent the remainder of their lives, both dying at the advanced age of seventy-six years. In politics he was a strong Republican. He and his wife reared a family of ten children, four boys and six girls, four of whom are now living: James C., the subject of our sketch; Edward, who lives at Oneida Castle; Mary, who is the wife of R. Combs, of Michigan; and Eleanor, who resides on the old farm. James C. Lynch, of whom we write, was reared to manhood on the home farm, and early initiated into the mysteries of agriculture. Being the eldest son of a family of ten children, he was early put to hard work, and ably assisted his father in establishing a home in the wilderness and in cultivating the soil, remaining under the parental roof until twenty-eight years of age, with the exception of two summers when he worked for a neighboring farmer. He was an energetic, industrious young man of thrifty habits, and had accumulated some money during those years of toil. Having sufficient to warrant him in taking a wife and establishing a home of his own, in 1847, on the 27th of April, he was united in marriage to Lucinda Marshall, and the same year bought the farm where he now resides. Their wedded life was of short duration, his wife dying January 8, 1852, leaving him with two young children. On March 22, 1854, Mr. Lynch married Maria Abbott, who survived but a few years, her death occurring August 3, 1863. Of this marriage four sons were born. Mr. Lynch was again married February 6, 1865, taking for a wife Mrs. Hannah M. Eddy, a native of Oneida County and widow of the late Harvey Eddy. Of the six children in his family, our subject has only four now living, as follows: Lucinda, who lives in Pratt's Hollow; Terence, who lives in Fenner; James C., who is a widower with two children,--May and Eva,--and resides with his father; and Lafayette, who lives on a part of the homestead, is married, and has two children,--Ernest and Early. Mr. Lynch is a man of much ability, a progressive and enterprising agriculturist, and by his untiring energy and application has made life a success in every respect. In politics he is a steadfast Republican, and has served as Highway Commissioner for six years.

Born in Eaton 1 Sep 1819. Son of Terence. Wife Lucinda Marshall. 
Lynch, James C. (I19771)
 
243 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Smithfield, James Cary 43, farmer, ann 37, Nancy 13, George 12, Alicia 10, Mary J. 8, Margaret 7, Terrence 5, Emma 4/12, all born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Smithfield, James Cary, 53m farmer, value of real estate 5111, value of personal estate 1111, Ann 44, Nancy 23, teacher commun. school, George 21, farmer, Alecia 20, teach of commune schools, Mary 19, Margaret 17, Terence 15, Emma 11, John 5, Edward 3, all born NY

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Smithfield, James Carey 63, farmer, value of real estate 7500, value of personal estate 2120, Ann 59, Terrance 25, farm laborer, Emma 20, John 15, farm laborer, Edward 13, all born NY 
Carey, James (I19778)
 
244 1850 US Census, New York, Madison, Stockbridge, Ezra Parkill, 34, farmer, Eliza Parkill, 27, Edward E. Parkill, 2, all born NY

1860 US Census, New York, Madison, Stockbridge, E. Parkel, 44, farmer, value of real estate 1800, value of personal estate 1000, Eliza, 36, Eugene 12, M. J., 9, Anna, 7, Mary, 5, John, 1, J. C. Parkel, 21, farm laborer, E. Butter, 19, school teacher

1870 US Census, New York, Madison, Eaton, Ezra Parker, 54, farm labor, value of personal estate 150, Eliza, 46, keeping house, Marg Jane, 19, at home, John R., 11, at school, William, 3, all born NY

1892 New York State Census, Madison, Lenox, Ezra Parkill, 76, Eliza Parkill, 68, William Parkill, 24, laborer 
Parkell, Ezra (I36963)
 
245 1850 US Census, New York, Ontario, Canandaigua, George Cozzins, 27, laborer, born VT

1860 US Census, New York, Monroe, Rochester, George Cozzans, 37, contractor, value of real estate 12,000, value of personal estate 1,000, born VT, Clarrie or Carrie, 37, born VT, Elizabeth 14, born VT, Matilda Gordon 17, born NY

Alternate: Cozzeus 
Cozzens, George B. (I13824)
 
246 1850 US Census, New York, Seneca, Seneca Falls, William Dauchy, 61, carpenter, born CT, with wife Charlotte, 50, born England Dauchy, William Billy (I14420)
 
247 1850 US Census, New York, Wayne, Ontario, Elijah Leach 25, laborer, Ellen 25, John 8, Charles 5, all born NY

1860 US Census, Indiana, Howard, Kokomo, Elijah Leach, 38, blacksmith, value of real estate 600, value of personal estate 800, born CT, Annis 41, born CT, John 14, born CT, Charles 13, born NY

1870 US Census, Indiana, Howard, Kokomo, Elijah Leach 48, blacksmith, value of real estate 11000, value of personal estate 1000, born CT, Sarah L. 40, keeping house, born OH, Charles 23, wagon maker, born NY

His first wife died here Sept. 7, '68. About a year ago he married the widow Sweeney of this city, who sruvives him. 
Leach, Elijah C. (I17129)
 
248 1850 US Census, Pennsylvania, Allegheny, Manchester, Thomas Tackaberry, 69, grocer, value of real estate 1000, born Ireland, Julia E. Tackaberry, 52, born PA, Amanda Copeland, 8, born PA Tackabury, Thomas (I19357)
 
249 1850 US Census, Tennessee, Greene, Division 9, John Perman, 43, farmer, value of real estate 500, Eva, 39, David, 22, farmer, Mary, 18, Margaret, 16, Emanuel, 14, Daniel W., 12, Emeline, 10, Samuel W., 8, Catherine E., 6, Martha H., 4, William B., 1, all born TN, living next to father Emanuel Parman

Alterate date of death: 25 Jun 1880 
Parman, John (I34470)
 
250 1850 US Census, Tennessee, Greene, Division 9, Samuel Wilhoit, 49, farmer, value of real estate 1000, Elizabeth, 45, Nancy, 26, Emanuel, 24, farmer, Elizabeth, 22, Daniel, 20, farmer, Susan, 17, Margaret, 15, Samuel L., 12, Catherine, 8, Eve C, 5, Jackson Wilhoit, 29, farming, all born TN

1860 US Census, Tennessee, Greene, District 2, Sam Wilhoit, 60, farmer, value of real estate 1000, value of personal estate 500, Elizabeth, 58, Elizabeth, 32, Samuel 22, laborer, Cathrine M., 17, Eva C., 14, all born TN

1870 US Census, Tennessee, Greene, District 2, Samuel Wilhoit, 70, farmer, value of real estate 2000, value of personal estate 500, Elizabeth, 66, no occupation, Eva C., 24, house keeping, Demetre? G., 10, Mary E. Wilhoit, 26, house keeping, Jackson Wilhoit, 50, farm laborer, value of real estate 1000, value of personal estate 100, all born TN

1880 US Census, Tennessee, Greene, District 2, Samuel Willhoit, 79, farmer, born TN, parents bor PA, wife Nancy, 50, at home, born TN, grandson James H., 22, farm laborer, born TN, Mary A., granddaughter in law, 17, keeping house, born TN

Samuel L. Wilhoit married Nancy Emaline Crum, 6 Dec 1861, Greene Co., TN
Nancy Ware, b. 1831, d. 1914, Cove Creek Cemetery Nancy Ware Stills 
Wilhoit, Samuel (I34498)
 

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