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151 1855 living in Liberty,NY (also in household is "Martha Hawkins, cousin, age 13, b.Sullivan Co.," - Martha is also shown in her mother and Stepfather's(Judson Lair) house in 1855 census) - this links Nancy Brown Ray to the John Brown and Hannah Benton (as well as Ichabod Benton, her father). Plus with the added DNA connection... Brown, Nancy Jane (I43825)
152 1855 M.E. Hughes, aged 13 living with parents
1860 Mary E. Hughes, aged 18 with parents
1865 Mary E. Hughes, 23, living with parents 
Hughes, Mary E. (I5612)
153 1855 Mary aged 14, with mother in N.Dansville.
Probably not the Mary A. Hughes that married Albert Covell (buried in Greeemount Cemetery) 
Hughes, Mary A. (I5617)
154 1855 South Reading with John(66), and Susan(3)
  • 1860 South Reading John(76), Susan(8)
  • 1865 Pauper in South Reading with John(76) also in home was Warren Burditt. Her daughter, Susan(13) is with the Davis family in Saugus,MA.
  • 1870 Pauper in Almshome with Warren Burditt, Susan and George(4/12), house also included Rosella Slocumb (her mother was Maria Burditt Brown - John's brother, Joseph granddaughter)
  • City Directory's 1886-1892 list her as widow of John Burditt. 
  • Ramsdell, Keziah (I22583)
    155 1855 with widowed mother in Sparta
    1860 with sister, Paulina Hamsher, Sparta 
    Hughes, Mary (I5626)
    156 1855, Liberty, NY, shown living with her mother and stepfather, Judson Lair. Also, shown living with her cousin Nancy Brown Ray. Hawkins, Martha (I43837)
    157 1855-Manchester,Ontario Co.,NY - 6 years in town (with wife Eliza(20-3yrs in town) and daughter Lettie(2))
    1860-NiagaraFalls,Niagara Co.,NY (with wife Clara(29) and daughter Lottie)
    1862-Enlisted in Civil War
    1865-Married Caroline Latch in Waterloo,Ontario,Canada
    West, Silas Clark Hamilton (I45578)
    158 1858 living in York Co.,ON Staley, Baltus (I16507)
    159 1858Nov11 (Book26/p156) - Ichabod H. Brown and Mary C. Brown his wife sold his farm in Damacus,Wayne Co.,PA to Alexander Reynolds for $800, 50 acres (same tract of land conveyed by Heli Skinner to Hannah Brown in 1846 and sold to Ichabod in 1856).
  • 1863Aug27 - Register for Civil War Draft, living in Damascus,PA, farmer, b.NY, aged 35
  • 1870 farmer in Damascus,PA
  • 1880 farmer in Damascus,PA 
  • Brown, Henry Ichabod (I34074)
    160 1860 and 1870 Lucinda was living in Dansville,NY. Possibly later
    resided in Mt.Morris,NY 
    Prentiss, Lucinda (I3106)
    161 1860 census "David M. Hughes, ae.3" Hughes, David Martin (I3048)
    162 1860 census Granby,Oswego Co.,NY p.376 or 1860 census Tully,Onondaga
    Co.,NY p.040 
    Allen, Margaret (I11654)
    163 1860 census in Lysander,Onondaga Co.,NY p.125 Allen, Ebenezer (I11657)
    164 1860 census last name spelled McKierman. Hugh's occupation is a
    McKiernan, Hugh (I11651)
    165 1860 census list him working at the Nursery in Dansville. Hartman, James (I10192)
    166 1860 census lists him as Frederick Jr. Lander, Frederick William (I5229)
    167 1860 census living in Dansville,Steuben Co.,NY as a Carriage and Wagon
    Whitford, Ezekiel (I18289)
    168 1860 Census Mortality Schedule states that Nathaniel Fish died of 'Spasms' (aged 29 years, farm laborer, married). Fish, Nathaniel (I10628)
    169 1860 census North Dansville, #1059 (Josiah Hartman), "Ida A. Hartman, ae.3" and 1870 census North Dansville, #181 (Josiah Hartman), "Ida Hartman, ae. 12" and 1875 census North Dansville, #17 (Josiah M. Hartman), "Ida Hartman, ae. 16"  Hartman, Ida Adella (I3070)
    170 1860 census of West Sparta names Hiram Hartman, ae. 43, farming with a $4,000 value of real estate and $675 value of personal property. 1870 census of West Sparta; Hiram Hartman, ae. 58, farmer, and Ellen Hartman, ae. 30. 1870 real estate value $10,000 and personal property value $1,000.

    Death of Hiram Hartman
    Hiram Hartman died at his home in West Sparta, Tuesday morning, from a long illness and a stroke of paralysis he sustained two weeks ago, at the age of nearly ninety years. He was born on the farm where Monroe Hartman now lives and was a farmer all his life, He was married four times but none of his wives are living. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. T. M. Muchler and Mrs. Schuyler Thompson, and a brother Monroe Hartman. Mr. Hartman's body was removed to the home of Mr. Muchler from which place funeral services will be held today and he will be buried at Kysorville. Rev. J. W. Archibald officated.
    (Dansville Express, 10 Oct 1907) 
    Hartman, Hiram (I5169)
    171 1860 census Sparta, Elias Driesbach, ae.39, farming, real estate value $6,950, personal proprety value $2,000. 1870 census for Elias Driesbach, ae.47, reported the value of his real estate as $23,230 and his personal property as $2,770.

    From the History of Livingston County, New York, 1881, by James H. Smith the following biography is written. "Elias Driesbach, was a son of Henry and Lydia Driesbach, and we are sure that in saying he is a worthy son of his highly respected paents, we but utter a truth that is his due. Like his father he is a farmer and no better cultivator of the soil is found in the town of Sparta. Besides this he is one of the largest land owners in that town. His homestead farm where he resides consists of one hundred and thirty-nine acres. It is beautifully situated on elevated land above the magnificent valley of the Canaseraga, which lies in all its beauty in full view of his homestead, stretching far away to the north, until lost in the valley of the Genesee. No finer view than this is found in Western New York. Elias D., was born at Sparta, Feb. 17, 1822. In his youth he was subjected to the trials and hardships incident to a life in a new country, and therefore had few advantages for gaining an education. But he made the best use of those he did have, and obtained a competent common school education-all that was necessary to rank him among the intelligent, successful farmers around him. It is not saying too much that he possesses in a large degree, native sagacity, judgment and discernment. He is a man of much practical ability, order and promptness. His honor and integrity have never been questioned or doubted and his word has always been regarded as good as his bond-which is, beyond the shadow of a doubt, good. In his dealings with men he is upright and just, demanding what is his due, and giving to others their whole due to the last farthing. Until he was twenty-three years of age he lived with his father, and much of his labor was devoted to assisting him on his farm. January 16, 1845, he married Susannah, daughter of Joseph Kidd, of Dansville. She, though now an invalid, is all that a wife and mother should be, kind, affectionate and exemplary. Thus far six children have been born to them, named as follows, Susan Catharine, Lydia Ann, Mary, Rosy, Joseph and Emma. Mr.Driesbach settled on the farm where he now resides, soon after his marriage. He has been very fortunate in his business relations. By successful negotiations and far-sighted enterprise, he has accumulated quite a large fortune. Among his property he owns five hundred and ninety-four acres of valuable land, one hundred and forty acres of which are situated in the town of Springwater and the remainder in Sparta, including the old homestead of seventy acres, purchased by his father. Mr. Driesbach is a member of the Lutheran Reformed church, of Dansville, having united with that congregation many years ago. The old church, which still stands, was erected in 1826, and his father was very active in building it and sustaining the congregation. Mr. Driesbach has, since uniting with the church, been a consistent, influential, devoted, and exemplary member. In politics, like his father, he is a Democrat, strong in the faith of the fathers of that party. While firm in his principles, he still accords the same right to his political opponents, believing in everyone's thinking for himself, and would not, if he could, control any person in his political or religious rights or belief. It is just to Mr. Driesbach to state that in his business relations, in his family and as a citizen, his life and career is certainly an honor to his town and county, and that the pages of this history could not properly be filled without a fair, impartial, and just biography of him." 

    Driesbach, Elias (I3035)
    172 1860 census states he was blind and shows no occupation. Krell, Johann Wilhelm (I38870)
    173 1860 census West Sparta, p.637 (Hiram Hartman), "Amidon S. Hartman, ae. 10/12"

  • In Sparta, Feb.10, Amidon, son of Hiram and Lucinda Hartman, aged 2 years, 7 months and 9 days.
    (Dansville Advertiser, Dansville, New York, Thursday, February 13, 1862) 
  • Hartman, Amidon S. (I7495)
    174 1860 census, Daniel and Ann Peckham are living with Stephen Peckham,
    Daniel's profession is "Boating". In 1900 they were living in
    Hornellsville. They had one child, that died before 1900. 
    Hartman, Anna (I7074)
    175 1860 census, she is living with Abner Allen and is a school teacher. Allen, Jeanette (I2374)
    176 1860 cenus Leroy Allen is living in the town of Almond, and his Post Office address is Andover (1860 census Almond,Allegany Co.,NY (Leroy Allin) "Leroy Allin, ae.30"). In the town records of Almond in 1862 and 1863, LeRoy did some repairs on the Highway and was paid for that work. He apparently died before 1914, as he is not named in his sister, Ordelia's obituary.  Allen, LeRoy (I2344)
    177 1860 Eugene was working in Angelica with his Uncle Hiram Bowen, a Lawyer in Angelica. Ferrin, Eugene (I2400)
    178 1860 in Hornellsville as a farm laborer. In Wayland in 1850 (aged 26
    and wife aged 21) 
    Whitford, Augustus (I18329)
    179 1860 in Howard,NY, very near his Aunt Catherine Dunham. John Leonard
    in Howard,NY 1880. In 1900 living with his daughter Hannah Belle
    Leonard, John J. (I23083)
    180 1860 in Newark,NJ; 1870 and 1880 living in St.Albans,Franklin Co.,VT Burditt, Delia E. (I21978)
    181 1860 living in Almond. Allen, Orlow (I2342)
    182 1860 living in Brattleboro working as a Rule Maker(with a Machinist)
    Possibly the Lelle Burditt aged 33 in 1850 living in an Inn in
    Brattleboro, working as a Rule Maker 
    Burdett, Lewis M. (I22030)
    183 1860 living in Callicoon, Sullivan Co., NY Borden, Olney A. (I44490)
    184 1860 living in Canaseraga with his wife, as a Hotel Keeper
    1870 Horse dealer in New York City (living between 35th St and 6th Madison Ave.)
    Jun 1880 Horse dealer in New York City
    in 1883 NYC Directory, his widow, Hannah, is living on West 16th Street (#231)
    Curry, Milton S. (I1630)
    185 1860 living in Dansville,Steuben Co.,NY; 1870 in Fremont,NY; 1880 Dansville,Livingston Co.,NY. 1900 widowed husband, Charles, is living with children(Frank,Scott,Harriett) in Rochester,NY. Curry, Amy Jane (I1634)
    186 1860 living in Eau Claire, Wisconsin - living with him is 2nd wife Francs, daughter Rosella and Allen Burditt.
    1870 and 1880 still in Eau Claire. 
    Hendershott, Alfred J. (I31605)
    187 1860 living in Hornellsville as a farmer, also living with Schyuler is
    David Satterly(b.1786) and Mary Satterly(b.1832)...Probably uncle and
    cousin. Schuyler served on the building committee of the 7th Day
    Whitford, Schuyler (I18321)
    188 1860 living in Hornellsville as a farmer, shown as born in Connecticut, living next to Calvin Maynard, his brother-in-law.. Living at 17 Albion Street in Hornell,NY according to the 1880 census. Whitford, Abraham (I12243)
    189 1860 living in Liverpool,OH (born CT, aged 79)
    1870 living in Spring Creek,IL 
    Prichard, Jabez (I2309)
    190 1860 living in Oil Creek,PA with his Aunt and Uncle Silas and Hannah Whitford.
    1870 Henry is working as a Laborer on the Alanson H. Nelson farm in Oil Creek,PA.
    Henry apparently moved to Pennsylania after 1855 and retuned to Hornell before 1875 census(June).
    1880 in Hornellsville with his wife, children and mother. His occupation in 1880 is listed as a Teamster.
    1900 living back in Titusville,PA, working as a Motorman. His two grandaughters are living with he and his wife.

    Buffalo Evening News (15Oct1907, pg 4):
    Henry A. Keefer Dead:
    Jamestown, Oct 15. - (Special) - Henry A. Keefer, one of the veteran motorman of the Jamestown Street Railway, made his usual trips yesterday morning, but when he went home at noon complained of feeling ill. In the middle of the afternoon he died of apoplexy. 
    Keefer, Henry A. (I12241)
    191 1860 living in Providence,RI - Mechanic
    1870 living in Providence,RI - Lumber Dealer
    1880 living in Barrington, RI - Lumber Broker
    1900 living in Denver,CO - Real Estate 
    Burdette, Jesse (I16222)
    192 1860 living in Tinicum,PA with son Adam. Fryling, Jacob (I38926)
    193 1860 living next to his father-in-law working as a Tanner and Currier, probably for Thomas McMichael

  • May 17, 1867 sold the property he and his brother Oren purchased from the estate of Thomas McMicheal in 1865. The same day his wife Samantha purchased a lot in the village (containing 95 rods) for the same amount ($450). Not sure why William didn't not put his name on that deed/mortgage. He was present at the 20May1867 recording of the deed for the sale of the other property. In July1868 Samantha sold the village lot to cover the defaulted mortgage - leads me to believe William probably died earlier that year.  
  • Lee, William Charles (I2321)
    194 1860 living with her parents, with her three children "Olive Burdick." Philips, Olive (I11796)
    195 1860 living with her parents, working as a Teacher Sleight, Sarah Catherine (I2180)
    196 1860 living with her step-son David B. Hawley in East Bloomfield Pool, Althea (I2234)
    197 1860 living with her Uncle James in East Bloomfield. Davis, Julia (I44996)
    198 1860 occupation; Boating McFarran, Leonard (I27961)
    199 1860 West Sparta census George's real estate property was reported as valued at $7,000.

  • Confirmed Zion Lehigh Evangelical Lutheran Church March 17, 1799 - aged 15. 
  • Hartman, George (I2838)
    200 1860 West Sparta, Monore(ae.30) was living with his parents,
    unmarried. 1870 census of West Sparta; Monroe Hartman, ae. 43 and
    Jennie Hartman, ae. 24. Real estate value $5,600 and personal
    property value of $700. In the 1900 census a female named Ruth Phiney,
    born Aug1893, was living with Monroe Hartman, under "relationship to
    head" it appears she is a grandaughter or adopted daughter. 
    Hartman, Monroe (I7849)

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