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5801 Stephen R. Eckert, 16, of Bank Street in Dansville died Saturday (June
20, 1987) as a result of a vehicle-pedestrian accident on Route 63 in
the Town of Sparta.
A son of Richard and Barbara Palmer Eckert of Dansville, he was born
here on Oct. 6, 1970. He was a junior at Dansville High School and was
enrolled in Conservation Department courses at the Charles G. May
Occupational Center at Mt. Morris. He was employed at McDonald 
Eckert, Stephen Richard (I3300)
 
5802 Stephen Tracy arrived in the Plymouth Colony just three years after the Mayflower, in 1623, aboard the "Anne". He is likely the Stephen Trace baptized 28 December 1596 at Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, son of Stephen and Agnes/Anne (Erdley) Tracy.
He was one of the Separatists who had migrated to Holland to escape the persecution of the Puritans. It was there that he married his wife, Tryphosa Lee, on January 2, 1621. This is how their marriage record reads:


Leiden, Netherlands, January 2, 1621: "Steven Treas, sayworker, bachelor from England, accompanied by Anthony Clements his acquaintance, to Tryfoce Le, spinster, also from England, accompanied by Rose Jennings, her acquaintance."


They had their first child, Sarah, who was to become the next in my direct line, in Leiden, Holland in probably late 1621 or in 1622. Tryphosa then became pregnant again. At this juncture, the young couple makes a decision that must have been very difficult to make. Stephen is to come to Plymouth by himself (although he may have brought Sarah with him) leaving the pregnant Tryphosa to have her baby without him and come later.
Stephen arrived in the Plymouth Colony on July 10, 1623 and was given three acres of land when the land first was first available for private ownership. This means that two other people should have been with him, as the deal was an acre per person. The identity of those two people is unknown, but one might have been Sarah.

At any rate, Tryphosa, Jane (the second child), and possibly Sarah, if she didn't arrive with her dad, followed in 1625 on the "Jacob."

He settled in Duxbury, a settlement near Plymouth. Later, Ralph Partridge and George Partridge, other ancestors of mine, were to become his neighbors.

He is included in the records of the Plymouth colony as: Freeman: In "1633" Plymouth list of freemen, before those admitted on 1 January 1632/33; in list of freemen of 7 March 1636/7. In Duxbury section of 1639 Plymouth Colony list of freemen (with his name lined through).

Offices he held were:

Duxbury representative on committee to lay out highways, 1 Oct 1634
Plymouth colony committee to assess taxes, 3 March 1634/5, 1 March 1635/6
Coroner's jury, 2 March 1635/6
Duxbury representative to committee on the "nearer uniting of Plymouth & those on Duxburrough side," 14 March 1635/6
grand jury, 7 March 1636/7, 2 June 1640
committee to apportion hay grounds, 20 March 1636/7
Duxbury constable, 5 March 1638/9, 4 June 1639
Arbiter, 7 September 1642.
In respect to his name in connection with property records:
In 1623 Plymouth land division, granted three acres as passenger on Anne
In 1627 Plymouth cattle division, "Stephen Tracie, Triphosa Tracie, Sarah Tracie, Rebecka Tracie" were the fifth through eighth names in the tenth company.
Assessed 18 s in Plymouth tax lists of 25 march 1633 and 27 march 1634.
He appears to on the list of purchasers. Permitted to mow "within his own ground", 1 July 1633;
Assigned mowing ground, 14 March 1635/6, 20 March 1636/7, granted eighty acres with some meadow additional, at the North River.
Stephen Tracy returned to England, as early as 1643, but at least by 1654. Stephen Tracy is not included in the 1643 list of men able to bear arms, and is not seen in any later Plymouth Colony record. It should be noted that during this period of time Cromwell was rising to power and King Charles was beheaded. Perhaps this change in climate towards a pro-Puritan government beckoned him. Whatever reason beckoned his return to England, his kids were old enough to fend on their own, and decided to stay in the Colony.
On 20 March 1654/5, while in London, Stephen Tracy "at present of Great Yarmouth in old England" made his will, in the form of a power of attorney to John Winslow, disposing to:

son John "what land and houses I have there in Duxburrow" (along with some cattle)
to "my daughter Ruth Tracy one cow an done two year old mare,"
and "what cattle I have more (Marye's two cows being cast in amongst them) to be equally divided among my five children living in New England," noting that some of his children are married with children, and others are unmarried.
He died after 20 March 1654/5, the date of his will. We don't know for sure if his wife, Tryphosa, died in America or England, but speculate she died before Stephen, as she was not mentioned in his will.
His children, according to the Great Migration Begins, were:

1. Sarah, b Leiden about January, 1623; m Plymouth, November 1638, George Partridge
2. Rebecca, b Plymouth say 1625; m 1645 William Merrick
3. Ruth, b say 1628; living unmarried 1655
4. Mary, b say 1630, living perhaps unmarried 1655
5. John, b say 1632, married about 1661 Mary Prence, daughter of Thomas Prence


 
Tracy, Stephen (I39384)
 
5803 Stephen was a carpenter by trade, and came to New England in 1635,
with his family, settling in Charlestown,MA. He was a freeman 07 Sep
1638. Charlestown records state that Stephen Fosdick was fined twenty
pounds for reading anabaptist books and was excommunicated 07 May
1643. It is noted that his neighbors were sill friends. He died
twenty-one years later in Malden,MA. 
Fosdick, Stephen (I622)
 
5804 Steuben County history names Eleanor as Eleanor Dow, born Tompkins Co.,NY. Newspaper marriage notice of Eleanor Dow and Joel Russell at Tompkins Co. Clerks office shows Eleanor "of Hector". The only Dow from that area for decades was one Hon. John Dow. John Dow stated in a autobiography that he married twice and had two children, both from his first wife. The children were Polly who married John Dunham and Lucy who married Greeley Davis. The mother of these two daughters would have been to old to be the mother of Eleanor. County histories state Roswell Shephard of Reading Center, married one of John Dow's daughters and resided in Reading Center. The daughter couldn't have been John's natural daughter, but an adopted daughter from his second wife Temperance Leek, who is shown as living in Hector in the 1820 census. In the 1865 census she is living with her son-in-law Roswell Shephard and daughter Anna Maria. The census indicates she had a total of 5(five) children. In Anna Maria Shephard's death cert., her parents are listed as Daniel Leek and Temperance Corwith. Back to Eleanor, as her name is given as Eleanor Dow, much like her "sister" Anna Maria Dow, it is extremely possible that Eleanor Dow is in fact Eleanor Leek, daughter of Daniel and Temperance Leek. There is no other evidence that shows otherwise. One additional note, in the 1855 Census, Eleanor is shown as being born in New Jersey, versus Tompkins Co.,NY as stated by the history. I would have to beleive the Census record more because she was most likely present when the census taker came around. The history was written alomst thirty years after her death and was given to the author by Joel Russell, who would believe she was born in Tompkins Co., because that is where she was from when he met her. Leek, Eleanor (I136)
 
5805 Steven C. Fugle, 24, of Livonia died Thursday (Sept. 9, 1971) in Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester. He was the brother of Mrs. Gail White of Conesus.

Born in Honeoye, he had served three years with the armed forces. He had been employed by the D.J. Auto Sales in Lakeville.

Also surviving are his wife, Betty Booher Fugle; a daughter, Michelle Ann, at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fugle of Livonia; seven brothers, Roger of Lakeville, Gary of Rochester, William, Kirk, Larry, Jeffrey and Ronald of Livonia; and five other sisters, Mrs. Gloria Nerring of Canadice, Christine, Jean and Judith of Livonia and Mrs. Roxanne Johnston of Biloxi, Miss.

A funeral service was conducted Sunday in Livonia. Burial was in Oak Ridge Cemetery, South Livonia. (GCE, September 16, 1971, p5)
 
Fugle, Steven Carl (I38166)
 
5806 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1550)
 
5807 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1572)
 
5808 Steven M. Burdett, 77, of Gifford Street, passed away Wednesday (September 16, 2015) at his home.Born in Hornell, August 24, 1938, the son of Shirley R. and Cora Stevens Burdett, he had resided in Hornell all his life. Steve was a graduate of Hornell High School, class of 1956 and attended evening classes at the State University of New York at Alfred. He was employed for 20 years in the circulation department at the Hornell Evening Tribune and later at the Olean Times Herald. Steve finished his work career at Fiamingo Moving & Storage in Hornell. He was a member of the New York Army Guard for 12 years attaining the rank of Captain. Steve attended the First Baptist Church of Hornell, was a member of the Stephens Mills Grange, the NRA, the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, and was an avid bowler, reader of history and politics and enjoyed country music. He was predeceased by his parents and two brothers-in-law, Karl Meeks and Morris Meeks. He is survived by his loving wife Carol Meeks Burdett, one son, Matthew (Laurel) Burdett of Scottsdale AZ, one daughter, Kathleen (Timothy) Keohane of Brewerton, five grandchildren, Eva Grace, Joel T. and Cora Hope Keohane, Broderick M. and Collin J. Burdett. Sister-In-Law and Brother-In-Law, William & Susan Salvatore of California, Sister-In-Law, Lillian Meeks of Canisteo, Nephews Gregory Meeks of Greenwood and Eric (Kimberly) Meeks of Florida, Nieces, Theresa Maresh of California and Tammy ( Garrett) Milks of Williamsville. To send a remembrance to the family please visit www.brownandpowersfuneralhomes.com. The family is being assisted by Gerald R. Brown, Director. The family will be present to receive friends at the Bender - Brown & Powers Funeral Home, 354 Canisteo St, Hornell on Tuesday (Sept. 22, 2015) from 11 AM until 1 PM followed by Funeral services at 1 PM with Rev. Cedric Cooper officiating. Burial with Military Honors will follow at Howard Cemetery. Friends may make memorial contributions to Care First, 3805 Meads Creek Road, Painted Post, NY 14870, or to the Hornell First Baptist Church, 28 Church St. Hornell, NY 14843.  Burdett, Steven Murray (I4545)
 
5809 Steven was a self-employed farmer in Groveland,NY on Wise Road. McCauley, Steven K. (I20952)
 
5810 STEWARD, Lucy, wife of Eliphalet Steward Esq. of Grafton, aged 40 yrs,
15 Aug 1850 
Tilley, Lucy (I18614)
 
5811 STEWART, Phineas of Scotch ancestry, was a grandson of Eathol STEWART,
born in Massachusetts, who died in Oswego county and a son of
Benjamin, who died in Sandy Creek, aged seventy-seven. The latter
married Patience LOOK, who died aged seventy-three. Their children
were Caroline, born in 1830; Phineas, born in 1832; Benjamin born in
1834; Abigail born in 1837; Martha born in 1840; Eseck born in 1852.
Abigail died in 1882. Our subject married Emily, daughter of David
and Sarah EHLE, and they have one adopted son, Herman, who, in
December 1893, married Emma, daughter of Edson and Melissa DEREMO of
Sandy Creek. (Landmarks of Oswego County New York, edited by John C.
Churchill, L.L.D., assisted by H. Perry Smith & W. Stanley Child,
Syracuse, N.Y., D. Mason & Company Publishers, 1895. Part III.) 
Stewart, Phineas (I18722)
 
5812 Stewart, Wilber, of New England ancestry, was born in Richland January 26, 1838, a grandson of Eathol Stewart, of New England, who died in this county aged ninety-two years, and a son of Joel, who was born in Vermont and died in Oswego county aged ninety years. Joel married Betsey White, a native of Vermont, who is now living, aged seventy-two years, and their children are Gilbert, Orin, Wilber, Sallie, Harriet, Milton, Ellen; of whom Orin, Milton, Sallie and Harriet are deceased. The grandfather was a Revolutionary soldier. Our subject was educated in the public schools, and has always followed farming and dairying. July 14, 1862, he married Julia, daughter of Simeon K. and Tamer (Town) Eaton of Oneida county, and they have had these children: Mary, Fred, Pearl, Millie, Celia, Joel; of whom Fred and Celia are deceased. Albert, a brother of Mrs. Stewart, was killed in the battle of Gettysburg.
Source: Landmarks of oswego

Wilbur Stewart, an aged resident of this village, passed away early Saturday morning, after having suffered a severe shock the preceding Monday. He was born in Sandy Creek but had spent the latter part
of his life at his home here in Richland. The funeral was held at the house Sunday. Rev. Rogers of Pulaski officiating. Interment in our village cemetery.
Source: Sandy Creek News May 16 1912

Wilbur Joel Stewart
Wilber J. Stewart was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joel Stewart, of this village, died May 10. He was born in the town of Sandy Creek. He was one of a family of eight children, two of whom survive, James G., of Richland and Mrs. Charles Clark, of Pulaski. A little more than fifty years ago he was united in marriage with Juliette Eaton, who has been his faithful companion all these years. He has been in poor health most of his life since a young man yet he bore it with patience and fortitude. He was sunny hearted and no place on earth was so dear as his home. To the union six children were born of whom four are living, Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Secor of Syracuse, Pearl of Richland and Joel of Pulaski. His funeral was largely attended at the home, Sunday May 12, Rev. E. A. Rogers, of Pulaski, officiating, speaking conforting words to the family and friends. Burial at Richland.
Source: Sandy Creek News May 22 1912 
Stewart, Wilbur J. (I18735)
 
5813 Still living in Bristol in 1860, with step-daughter Alathea Phillips, Amy (I17014)
 
5814 Still living in Pultney,NY in 1860 as head of household. Parker, Clarissa (I3982)
 
5815 Stoddard William Martin Grange, 87, formerly of Old State Rd. in
Cummingsville, passed away early Friday morning, December 6, 1996 at
the Livingston County Health Related Facility in Mt. Morris following
a long illness.
A life resident of Dansville, he was born on November 25, 1909, the
son of Floyd and Irene Cowley Grange. He was predeceased by a sister,
Harriet Guile.
He was employed by the former F.A. Owen Publishing Company of
Dansville, retiring in 1965, He also worked for the Foster Wheeler
Energy Corporation of Dansville and he drove school bus for Dansville
Central School.
Stod enjoyed plowing gardens and doing odd jobs for many people in the
community.
He is survived by two daughters, Sue (John) Hill and Judy (William)
Farrell, both of Dansville; 17 grandchildren; and 43
great-grandchildren.
Services were held at the convenience of the family. Interment
following cremation was in Forest Lawn Cemetery, South Dansville.
Hindle Funeral Home, 271 Main St., Dansville, had charge of the
arrangements.
Friends who wish may make memorial contributions to the Activity Fund
at the Livingston County HRF, County Campus, Mt. Morris, NY, 14510.
(GCE, December 12, 1996, p4) 
Grange, Stoddard William Martin (I22315)
 
5816 Stomach Cancer
(attending physician was her brother Albert) 
Miller, Dima H. (I3386)
 
5817 Stomach Cancer Kilmer, Elias (I41519)
 
5818 Stone reads "Here lies the body of Sarah Hains, wife to James Hains, who departed this life December ye 21st 1721 in the 54th year of her age." - Was his first wife and had 7 children. Rose, Sarah (I42269)
 
5819 Stove Manufacturer with his father-in-law G.C. Burdett, Burdett, Smith and Co. of Troy,NY and Chicago,IL. Smith, William Stone (I33660)
 
5820 Struck by the midnight train on the Erie Railroad at the Buffalo Street crossing in Springwater. Moose, John (I5747)
 
5821 Struck by trolley car in Philadelphia at 4:45PM on Sept 6th. Died of multiple injuries a few days later. Myers, Archie Earl (I38827)
 
5822 Stuart L. Thompson, 83, of Zerfass Road in Dansville died Monday (June
13, 1988) in Noyes Memorial Hospital.
Born in Groveland Jan. 4, 1905, a son of Lloyd and Iva Bradley
Thompson, he had resided in Dansville most of his life. Mr. Thompson
was a clerk at the Foster Wheeler Energy Corp. plant here until his
retirement in 1970 after 39 years of service. He was a member of the
FW 25-Year Club, Men?s Bowling Association and the Men?s Golf
Association. He was a member of the Dansville Presbyterian Church.
Surviving are his wife, M. Ruth Thompson; two sons, Lloyd Thompson of
Brunswick, Ga., and Morris S. Thompson of Dansville; a daughter,
Phyllis Glover of Dansville; a step-son, James Spencer of Canaseraga;
two step-daughters, Mary Anne Kemp and Darlene Sullivan, both of
Dansville; a sister, Marion Albert of Dansville; 16 grandchildren and
23 great-grand-children.
A service was conducted Wednesday afternoon in the Hindle Funeral Home
of Dansville with the Rev. James P. Bender officiating. Burial was in
Greenmount Cemetery, Dansville.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Dansville Ambulance Fund.
(GCE, June 16, 1988, p5) 
Thompson, Stuart L. (I25208)
 
5823 Submitted to Mrs Lou Chauncey Wheeler, Historian, Coldwater Chapter of
D.A.R. by M. Belle Huff Schmedlen (3rd child by 2nd wife of Henry
Huff):
Henry Huff resided in New York for a few years prior to moving to
Michigan in 1834. He and his brother and family made the trip in a
covered wagon. The wagon became home until they could fell trees to
build a log house.
In 1840, Henry Huff married Mariah Franklin. Mariah died in 1847
leaving one daughter, Sarah.
In 1851, Henry Huff married Mary Briggs of Honeoye, New York. They
had three daughters; Fannie, Eva and Mary Belle.
Henry Huff bought two hundred and forty acres of land in Hillsdale
County, Michigan. He, with the help of one hired man, cleared the
land with an ox team. They often averaged two acres per day.
Huff rapidly acquired a fortune, by hard but ingenious labor. He
improved his stock by importing cattle from his native state, New
Jersey, and sheep from Vermont. He was one of the first importers in
Michigan and paid as high as $3,000 for one sheep. His stock was on
exhibition at fairs and received their merited first premiums.
Huff also gave great care to the raising of 1" bees and was a large
honey dealer. He was one of the men who established the Hillsdale
County Fair.
Henry Huff was also one of the founders of Hillsdale College. He
served the County as Supervisor for a period of nine years and served
in the Michigan State Legislature two terms as Senator. His portrait
still hangs in the Hillsdale County Court House.
Henry Huff was one of a few successful men who were willing to share
the honor of their prosperity equally with his wife. In describing
Mary Briggs Huff, it had been said; "A more thorough lady, and one
more willing to help and encourage her husband, and more ready to
assist the poor, is seldom found in any community."
Mr. and Mrs. Huff were members of the Methodist Church. They both
sang in the choir for many years.
Henry Huff died at the age of fifty-nine, honored and beloved by all
who knew him. His untimely death was caused from the effects of an
injury received when his team of spirited horses ran away at the
Hillsdale County Fair. 
Huff, Henry (I4684)
 
5824 Suffered from paraplegia (listed as cause of death) Burditt, Alfred D. (I30962)
 
5825 Suffolks,Eng. Ruggles, George (I1108)
 
5826 Suicide Sick, Charles Frank (I30057)
 
5827 Suicide Lander, Velinda L. (I31956)
 
5828 Suicide Menesini, Stanley Ross (I31958)
 
5829 Suicide by carbolic acid Kenney, Alice (I39428)
 
5830 SULLIVAN COUNTY RECORD, Jeffersonville, NY June 8 1911 page 1: "Chauncey Lewis, formerly of Liberty and well known in this county, died of cirrhosis of the liver and cancer at his home aged 61. Leaves one daughter, Mrs Hattie Moon of Catskill.
Burial at Liberty Sunday. 
Lewis, Chauncey N. (I44615)
 
5831 SUN CITY CENTER, Fla. - Helen J. Allis, 76, of Sun City Center, Fla.,
passed away on Sunday (June 27, 2004) after a long, courageous battle
with cancer.
A native of West Virginia, she lived most of her life in Toledo, Ohio,
until retirement to Florida. She was a devoted registered nurse in
oncology for 35 years. She was Lutheran in faith.
Her family will miss her love and guidance very much.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Deo G., who was originally
from Hornell.
She is survived by her daughter, Karen (Thomas Collins) Woods of
Tampa, Fla.; her son, Steven (Elizabeth) Allis of Brunswick, Ohio;
grandchildren, Krista, Joshua and Jeremiah Allis; her brother, Hugh
(Lois) Seivers; and sister-in-law, Helen Allis of Hornell.
Arrangements were handled by Abbey Funeral Services in Florida.
A memorial service will be conducted at 11:30 a.m. on July 3 at Grace
Lutheran Church in Toledo, Ohio. 
Seivers, Helen J. (I18092)
 
5832 Supervisor of Road Construction. Mayor of Dansville for 20 years.  Smith, Mayor Francis Jay (I31211)
 
5833 supposedly rode horse over cliff while returning to settlement to report victory over Indians in King Philip's War Waterhouse, Ensign Jacob (I16829)
 
5834 Susan is in the 1860 census of Wayne Co., town of Lyons(p.1050) Dippy, Susan A. (I12606)
 
5835 Susan wrote her Will on 18 April 1864 and states the following regarding her personal property. "I give and devise to my Husband Edmund Hartman his heirs and assigns all that tract or parcel of land situate in the Town of North Dansville and bounded as follows: on east by Main Street, on the North by the Dutch Lutheran church lot; on the west by lot of Stephen Brown and on the south in part by Franklin Street and in part by lot of Mrs. Brown and being the same premises purchased by me of Aaron Brown and wife, together with all the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining: To have and hold the premises above described to my husband Edmund Hartman his heirs and assigns forever."

An article in the same paper as her obituary(24Apr1873) states of "A Remarkable Case" in which Mrs. Edmund Hartman suffered close to ten years with dropsy and tumor. "Mrs. Hartman was a great sufferer during ten painful years, but a patient one, as became her sterling Christian character. She was an earnest, consistent member of the English Lutheran church from a child of twelve years, and her life of devotion to Christian principles causes many to bless her memory." 
Fritich, Susan E. (I10189)
 
5836 Susanna North Martin, widow, was arrested on 30 April 1692 in Salem
and
charged with witchcraft. Her initial hearing was on 2 May and she was
held
for trial. She was tried and found guilty on May 28. She was executed
by
hanging on 19 July 1692 at Gallows Hill in Salem. Four other women
were
executed at the same time, Sarah Good, Rebecca Nurse, Elizabeth Howe,
and
Sarah Wilds. The trial reports describe Susanna as short, slightly
plump and
very neat in her appearance. She was known to be very outspoken. 
North, Susanna (I19714)
 
5837 Sutliff STALEY (ABT 1819 - 3 Jan 1885)
BIRTH: ABT 1819, Chautauqua Co.,New York
DEATH: 3 Jan 1885, Buffalo,Erie Co.,New York
BURIAL: Grand Island,New York

Sutliff was on the tax rolls of 1864 Grand Island, New York. He was a farmer and served as Supervisor of Grand Island in 1873. He married Canadian born Catherine and had several children.
Clarissa born abt 1848 in Canada
Charity born abt 1852 Erie co. NY
Samuel Sutlif
Elvira
Edna
Carrie K. L. born 1861, died 23 Mar 1890 
Staley, Sutliff (I24376)
 
5838 SWAIN - Lynn A. Weidman, 70, passed away peacefully Wednesday (Oct. 5, 2005) at his home, after a brief illness. Lynn was born Dec. 9, 1934, in the Town of Ossian, a son of Ray and Addie (Linzy) Weidman. He was a graduate of Dansville Central School. He married Marilyn Yencer on May 19, 1956, she survives. After retiring from Atochem in Piffard in 1997, he enjoyed working winters at Swain Ski & Snowboard Center. In addition to his parents, he also was predeceased by his sister, Ruby Purdy; and his brothers, John, Hugh and Neal Weidman. He was actively involved in the Canaseraga Lions Club, and was a recipient of the Melvin Jones Fellow Award. He was a life member of the Canaseraga Fire Department and Ambulance Rescue Squad and the Swain Ski Patrol. He served for 28 years as a board member of the Town of Grove, and aso was a social member of the Canaseraga American Legion. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and skiing, but most of all he loved his family, friends and motorcycle. He is survived by his beloved wife of 49 years, Marilyn; his children, Kevin (Sarah) Weidman of Dansville, Linsie (Daniel) Kreiley of North Carolina and Amy (Jim) Tingley of Swain; four grandchildren, Erin Weidman of Dansville, Katie, Lacey and Chelsea Kreiley of North Carolina; three sisters, Lucy Isaman and Fern Weidman, both of Dansville, and Mary (Gilbert) Womack of North Carolina; two brothers, Mark (Johanne) Weidman and Reid (Fran) Weidman, all of Dansville; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Chamberlin-Baird Funeral Home, 73 Main St., Dansville. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Monday at the Dansville Presbyterian Church, Central Park, Dansville. Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, Canaseraga Weidman, Lynn A. (I10276)
 
5839 Swamp Yankee from Mystic, A Family, A Region and It's Roots, By James H Allyn, Copyright 1980, Page 50-51:
CLARKE. Joseph Clarke [11] was one of the four brothers who came to Portsmouth in 1638, and the only one to leave children. He and his wife Margaret had ten, six of them boys. While his older brother John was spending thirteen years in London getting a charter for Rhode Island, Joseph became the spiritual leader of the community, and one of the founders of the Seventh-Day Baptist Church in Newport. Later he was the first pastor of the church in Hopkinton, later Westerly. For seven year she was Governor's Assistant from Newport, and for two more years from Westerly. He was also Deputy for several years, dying in office at the age of seventy-two.
*******************************The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (For the year 1860-Volume XIV) Early Settlers of Westerly, RI, J.D. Champlin, Jr., NEHGR, Vol 14, January 1860, Page 25
Joseph Clark .- There were four brothers of the name Clark, John,Thomas, Joseph and Carew, by tradition, of Bedfordshire, England. Dr.John Clark was born Oct. 8, 1609, and died April 20, 1676. He was thrice married, but left no issue; was several times Deputy Governor, and for along time Colony Agent in London.
Of his brothers, Joseph Sen. sen., of Newport, m. Margaret ____, (who died in 1694), and had Joseph, (of Westerly) b. Feb 11, 1642; John, who d. 1704; William, Susanna; Mary, who married Tobias Saunders; Joshua;Sarah, b. Jan. 29, 1663, m. Thomas Reynolds Oct 11, 1683; Thomas, Katy,and Elizabeth.
Of the above children, Joseph, sen., of Westerly, m. Bethia, dau. of Samuel Howard, of Newport, Nov. 16, 1664. and had Judith, b. Oct. 12,1667; Joseph, April 4, 1670; Samuel, Dec 29, 1672; John, Aug. 25, 1675;Bethia, April 11, 1678; Mary, Dec 27, 1680; Susanna, Aug. 31, 1683;Thomas, March 17, 1686; William, April 21, 1688.
Of these, Judith m. Jan. 19, 1687, John Maxson, jr.; Joseph, jr., m.1st, Dorothy, dau of John Maxson, sen., Jan 5, 1692, and had Freegift, b.July 4, 1694
**********************
 
Clarke, Reverand Joseph (I29810)
 
5840 SWANSEA -- Stephen Shoesmith Jr., 57, died Friday, Aug. 16, 2002 at
home with his family by his side, after a brief illness. He was the
husband of Germaine L. (St. Laurent) Shoesmith. Born in Fall River,
the son of Stephen Shoesmith Sr. and Ruth M. (Dyson) Shoesmith of
Westport, he lived most of his life the Fall River area. He was
employed by New England Tractor Trailer Training School as a trailer
truck driving instructor for more than 10 years. Survivors include
his widow; his parents; a daughter, Karen Ann Shoesmith of Swansea; a
sister, Judith Ann Nunes and her husband, Wayne Nunes, of Dartmouth;
and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at 11
a.m. Saturday, Aug. 24 at Potter Funeral Home, 81 Reed Road, Westport. 
Shoesmith, Stephen Jr. (I14291)
 
5841 Sybil Tucker, Elephal (I18975)
 
5842 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3892)
 
5843 Sylvester was a farmer and miller by occupation and a member of the
Christian Church. 
Burditt, Sylvester Palmer (I8005)
 
5844 Syracuse Herald, Sunday Morning, November 7, 1915
Fairbank-Burt Wedding
A very pretty wedding took place at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Burt in Dewitt, when their daughter,
Miss Ethel Burt, became the bride of Edmund Roy Fairbank. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev. M. M. Williams of this city. The
house was beautifully decorated, a color scheme of green and white
being carried out. Quantities of feathery white chrysanthemums and
Southern smilax were used in the decorations and formed a canopy for
the wedding party, palms being used for the background. Preceding the
ceremony George Hayward sang "Oh, Promise Me." The Lohengrin wedding
march and "The Flower Song" were rendered by Mrs. George Hayward
during the ceremony. Miss Burt was attended by Miss Clara Fairbank as
maid of honor and Miss Marian Burt as bridesmaid. Harry Burt acted as
Mr. Fairbank's best man and the ushers were Ray and Guy Fairbank and
Fred Burt. The bride wore a beautiful gown of ivory satin and
Georgette crepe with opalescent trimming and the tulle veil fastened
with a wreath of orange blossoms fell to the length of the skirt. Her
bouquet was a shower of brideroses. The maid of honor was gowned in
chiffon over pink silk with pink satin trimmings and carried an arm
bouquet of pink Killareny roses, and the bridesmaid wore a gown of
pink silk and carried pink chrysanthemums. After the informal
reception following the ceremony a wedding supper was served. The
bride's table was placed in the dining room and was centered with
brideroses. Upon their return from a short wedding journey Mr. and
Mrs. Fairbank will live in Dewitt. 
Family F3603
 
5845 Tabitha's madain name has been written as Hastings, however in a baptismal record of her grandson Ezekiel John Bardwell in Arkansas it lists grandparents as Peres Bardwell and Tabitha Dickinson of MA. "I have not found the parents of Tabitha Dickinson or found confirmation that our interpretation of her maiden name as Dickinson found in Ezekiel Bardwell's baptismal record is correct. However, I did search the Genealogies of Hadley Families, Embracing the Early Settlers of the Towns of Hatfield, South Hadley, Amherst and Granby (Compiled by Lucius M. Boltwood Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1979)which gives a fairly good listing of Nathaniel Dickinson's descendants. There is no Tabitha listed in this publication although she could have been overlooked. I went through this listing and picked out the male descendants of Nathaniel Dickinson that were old enough to be Tabitha's father or grandfather who were indicated as having survived childhood and for whom there was no further information available. From this the most attractive prospect as a father of Tabitha is the following:
Joel Dickinson, son Nathaniel Dickinson (1670-1745) and Hannah White (1679-1756), born 23 March 1715/16 in Hatfield, Hampshire County, MA. This is the extent of the information in the History of Hatfield, but on-line sources indicate Joel married Rachel Coombs/Combs on November 3, 1738. She was born 6 September 1714 in Springfield, Hampden County, MA. Her father was John Coombs/Combs of Northampton, MA. She is said to have died 3 April 1787 in Conway, Franklin County, MA. According to one source, Joel "Removed to Whately about 1751 with a family of children and settled at the junction of the Mother George road with Chestnut Plain Street, directly East of the Stockade monument, and it was his house and about three-fourths of an acre of his land that was enclosed by the stockade where those living in that section could fly for safety. The family removed to Conway before 1771, perhaps as soon as 1767, and then later to Phelps, N.Y., where he died. Was Capt. Elijah William's company, expedition to Canada, 1755 and 1756." "early as 1750. at the "straits" (so called) by Joseph Belding, Sergt. John Wait, Elisha Smith. David Graves and Joseph Scott. Here they erected the first dwelling in the territory. A few years afterwards, houses were built on "Chestnut Plain Street" by Lieut. Ebenezer Bardwell, Thomas Crafts and Deacon Joel Dickinson, which were the first buildings in the central part of the town. " I have seen no authoritative listing of the children of Joel Dickinson, but considering he lived at Whatley when Perez Bardwell did, moved to Conway, where Perez Bardwell was living in 1790, is said to have died in Phelps, New York where Perez is also said to have died, and Perez and Tabitha had a son named Joel, perhaps Joel Dickinson is worth further research to eliminate or confirm him as a prospect as father of Tabitha Dickinson. 
Dickinson, Tabitha (I401)
 
5846 Taken Captive by Indians Sitts, Mary (I24332)
 
5847 Taken from "The History of Rock County, Wis." (c)1879, p. 800.
E. D. CANNON, farmer, Sec. 28; P.O. Beloit; born in Palmyra, Wis., May
29, 1849; son of
Matthew D. CANNON, who was a native of Staten Island and died in 1850
in Palmyra. E. D. CANNON came to Beloit in 1855, and attended school
until about 1868, in 1869, went to a drug store and remained there
about two years; in 1871, went into the paper business; traveled
through Northern Illinois and Wisconsin; was successful and made
money; afterward went into the drug and notion business with E. R.
SMITH; shortly after went on the road again in the notion business,
which he continued about four years successfully; through industry
laid up about $6,000, and went into the cigar and confectionery
business in Beloit; in 1877, went on to the old GEER farm of 300
acres; this is one of the best farms in the town; from the ground near
the house there is a fine view of the towns of Beloit, Janesville and
Rockton; Mr. CANNON has a fine breed of horses and good general stock,
and will undoubtedly make a successful farmer.
Eugene never married and lived with his mother for many years in
Beloit,Rock Co.,WI 
Cannon, Eugene D. (I19901)
 
5848 Taken from SSN search, assumed to be this Glen as 1910 census shows
Glen at age 5 yrs in April1910. 
Mitchell, Glen Russell (I13589)
 
5849 TALLY ROGER LEE December 11, 1938 - February 26, 2012 Roger "Tally" Tally, 73, of Coleman passed away peacefully with his family by his side Sunday, February 26, 2012 at McLaren Bay City in Bay City. A memorial celebration for Tally will be held at Clark Family Funeral Chapel on March 1, 2012 from 2 - 4 p.m. with Pastors Anthony and Linda Revis officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the Humane Animal Treatment Society. Envelopes will be available at the funeral chapel. Tally was born on December 11, 1938 in Town of Italy, New York the son of J Alden and Mary (Pratt) Tally. He married Carole Willis on March 13, 1993 in Mt. Pleasant. Tally worked as a mechanic in his younger years and enjoyed working on stock cars. He then went to work on the Alaskan pipeline and ended up in New Orleans working on the Oil Rigs. Tally retired in 2000 as an Over the Road Truck Driver. He loved to train and break horses and especially enjoyed "Spark Plug". He was an avid fan and enjoyed watching Nascar. Tally is survived by wife, Carole Tally of Coleman, children, Debra (Francis) Mayer; Donna (Robert) English; Todd (Janna) Tally and Jack (Anna) Tally all of New York; step children, Shannon (Robert) Gross of Alpena; Kelly Sprague of Coleman; Michael (Lynette) McCreery of Charlevoix and Daniel McCreery of Mt. Pleasant; 18 grandchildren; four great grandchildren; sisters, Patricia (Richard) Solomon of California and Deborah (John) Tally-Gould of New York and a brother, Richard (Joyce Suthard) Tally of Florida. Tally was preceded in death by his parents. You may view Tally's obituary online and send a condolence to the family, light a memorial candle, or place a memorial donation at www.clarkfuneralchapel.com. Tally, Roger Lee (I971)
 
5850 Tamaqua 1910 Moran, Alexander Leo (I39807)
 

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