Matches 101 to 150 of 6,891
|101||1850 in Roxbury,MA; 1860 in Rock Island,ILL; 1870 and 1880 in Hazlehurst,MS as Store bookkeeper|
From the Mississippi Archive there is the following:
William A. Stone was born March 12, 1804, in Livermore, Maine, the son of Polly Chase and Jesse Stone. He received an A.B. from Bowdoin College in 1825 and studied law with Peleg Sprague in Hallowell, Maine. Admitted to the bar in 1828, he began his practice at West Prospect, Maine. Some time later, he moved to Holmesville, Pike County. While there, he was appointed by Governor McNutt to fill the unexpired term of circuit judge Walker. He served as a Pike County member of the state House of Representatives from 1838 to 1839. In 1839 he moved to Natchez, where he married Hannah M. Merrick, widow of Phineas P. Merrick. She died on June 14, 1841, and in that same year, Stone moved to Monticello. He served as a state senator from Marion and Lawrence counties from 1848 to 1854 and again from 1856 to 1858. In 1860, he moved to Hazlehurst and served as mayor of that town. He was also a Copiah County delegate to the 1865 Constitutional Convention. William S. Stone died on November 13, 1877.
Little is known about Thomas A. Burditt. He was born February 5, 1827, and died in Hazlehurst, December 31, 1886. In 1855 he established with Samuel Sanger a mercantile business in Boston, Massachusetts, but by 1864, at least, was in Hazlehurst, presumably farming and in business. Possibly he was Stone's son-in-law.
This collection can be divided into two parts: papers of William Stone and diaries of Thomas A. Burditt containing entries about Stone. The papers consist of correspondence related to Stone's legal practice (collection of overdue debts, contracts, bankruptcy, etc.); one letter is written to him by a stepson, C. F. Merrick, who was attending Bowdoin College; and there is a manuscript copy of a Stone letter to Jefferson Davis requesting Judah P. Benjamin's address and a photocopy of a letter of introduction to Benjamin from Davis on Stone's behalf. A few of these items relate to T. A. Burditt. Also a part of this collection is a newspaper, Lewiston Evening Journal (Lewiston, Maine) June 28, 1894, devoted to Bowdoin College. In this issue is a memoir of the 1875 reunion of the class of 1825, including Stone.
The second part of the collection consists of three diaries kept by Thomas A. Burditt in Hazlehurst, beginning in 1864 and continuing until a few days before his death. The diary entries are made in volumes that were also (or had been) used as account books. Entries are terse, and weather observations predominate. However, crop notes, family news and the peregrinations of Stone, referred to as Judge, are also included. Interspersed are short phrases commenting on the Civil War and Reconstruction. One of the series of account entries deals with piano and organ sales.
|Burditt, Thomas Andrews (I24831)
|102||1850 in Whitehall,NY (also his sister Delia is living with him), Occupation: Merchant. 1860 living in Troy,NY||Burdett, George C. (I19020)
|103||1850 living in Allen twp, Allegany Co.,NY||Stewart, Charles C. (I9721)
|104||1850 living in Amherst,Lorian Co.,Ohio, aged 75 - with his daughter's family (Freman and Eunice Richmond).||Gillett, Wilkes (I4641)
|105||1850 living in Castile,Wyoming Co.,NY near his brother Miles.||Sleight, Martin Harmon (I10983)
|106||1850 living in Dana,MA||Burditt, Joseph (I14170)
|107||1850 living in Dana,MA next to her brother Joseph Burditt||Burditt, Rachel (I14171)
|108||1850 living in East Bloomfield. 1860 living in Tekonsha,Calhoun|
|Fisher, Lorinda (I15577)
|109||1850 living in Freedom,Cattaraugus Co.,NY. 1860 in Dansville, Steuben Co.,NY||Reed, Lynus (I5709)
|110||1850 living in Grand Blanc,Genesee Co.,MI as a Mechanic with wife Elizabeth. Was in Michigan in 1854, at the time of his brother James' death.||Hartman, Allen M. (I11197)
|111||1850 living in Hornellsville, Steuben Co., NY with her husband, Henry Keefer.(also in home is a Comfort Cartwright -not sure the connection to the family...possibly another child of Dorcas..maybe a marriage between Joseph and Henry??? Note: is 1884 census states she had 4 children)||Whitford, Dorcas (I11665)
|112||1850 living in Manchester,Ontario Co.,NY,,as is his brother-in-law John Stewart. 1860 and 1870 living in Almond. |
1875 and 1880 living in Dansville,Steuben Co.,NY with wife Amy and Grandson William A. (granddaughter Emma there in 1875) ...1891 still living in Dansville(Arkport)
According to his sister, Hannah's Surrogate notice in the LeRoy newspaper he also had a relation named Leona Birch, Emma Ramsey, and Mrs.Allen Johnson that I can't find how they are connected (or birthdate, residence). See his sister Hannah's bio for list of individuals named (note first six names are her lawyer, physician, neighbors, etc.)
|Allen, Wesson (I2387)
|113||1850 living in Manchester,Ontario County as a Laborer, with his family and niece Rhoda Stewart.|
1855 in Almond, In 1860 John's name is spelled Steward and is living in Almond,
1865 in Hornellsville and 1870 in Hornellsville.
1875 living in West Almond and in 1880 his wife is living with their son John Jr., in Hornellsville.
|Stewart, John (I204)
|114||1850 living in Michigan (Eagle, Cliniton Co.,MI) with her son Artemus.||Cooper, Abigail (I4785)
|115||1850 living in Mohawk,NY working as a Laborer, living with Peter and|
Elizabeth Coryhock. Not in 1860 census with wife Lucinda in
|Cole, Tunis (I12514)
|116||1850 living in Nashua,NH (and his children George and Francis are in Canaan,CT with the James Bunce family).|
It was in 1867 that the then idle property of the Idaho Iron Company, founded in 1861 by Sherman Jaqua, was bought by the firm of Cooke Brothers (John, Watts, William, and James) and altered into a mill to make ordinary bar iron.
Sherman Jaqua of Paterson NJ was 42 years old when he invented the locomotive wheel, patent # 37,206 for 'Rolling tires for Locomotive wheels' on Dec 16 1862 An adjustable frame and several sets of rollers were the basis of this invention. It seems that 'tires' are actually iron or steel wheels for trains.
1880 living in Chatham,NY as a farmer with his wife, Mary.
|Jaqua, Sherman (I39239)
|117||1850 living in Parishville,St.Lawrence Co.,NY, working as a Shoemaker||Burditt, Amasa (I8238)
|118||1850 Living in South Reading as a Shoemaker, with daughter Sarah|
|Burditt, Michael (I8218)
|119||1850 Living in South Reading with his mother and step-father Nathan Slocumb. John is a Shoemaker||Burditt, John Woodward (I19486)
|120||1850 living in South Reading,MA as a Shoemaker||Burditt, Joseph (I19470)
|121||1850 living in South Reading,MA as a Shoemaker||Burditt, Joseph (I19493)
|122||1850 living in South Reading,MA...occupation:Shoemaker||Crane, James (I19463)
|123||1850 living in Sparta,Livingston Co.,NY - with wife and brother Samuel.|
1860 in Wellsville working as a Fireman
1870 in Angelica with wife and children - next door to Jackson Clemons (possibly a brother), working as a farmer.
1880 in Wellsville as a farmer.
|Clemons, Chesterfield F. (I35540)
|124||1850 living in Wayland,NY||Shoemaker, Benjamin (I5546)
|125||1850 Living in Wirt,Allegany Co.,NY with her sister Sally. 1860 census living in Wirt,Allegany Co.,NY, "Betsey Allen, aged 80, b.CT"||Wightman, Elizabeth (I7066)
|126||1850 living with Allen McMichael in Spring Arbor, MI -- also there is a Thomas McMichael (age 21 - b.ca.1829 MI)||McMichael, George (I21021)
|127||1850 living with her brother, Francis in Hornellsville.|
1855 with husband, Asa Whitford in Hornellsville
1860 living alone in Dansville,Steuben Co.,NY.
1865 in Dansville (shows having had one children and married 8 times???)
|Colegrove, Hannah (I12242)
|128||1850 living with her father in Lynnfield,MA with Joseph and Samuel|
|Mansfield, Mary M. (I19477)
|129||1850 living with her father in Rushford,NY|
1865 living with her sister, Mary Lee, Allen's Hill,NY (Next to Sleight cousins, Andrew and Fanny).
Her named is spelled Alertia A. Sleight in the record online, marriage performed by Rev. S. Mills Day, Pastor of the Congregational Church of Honeoye 1862-1905. Record shows she is from Allen's Hill and Ira is from Leicester)
1880 living in Gainesville,NY
|Sleight, Celestia A. (I21360)
|130||1850 living with her father(John Dow) and step-mother(Temperance), in Reading, NY. Also with her two children; Amy(18) and Andrew J.(16) and niece, Priscilla Davis(21)||Dow, Polly (I2679)
|131||1850 living with her mother and stepfather in Hornellsville, Steuben Co., NY.|
1855 living in Hornellsville as Cornelia Stewart, age 14 (as of 6Jul1855), with her grandparents(Whitford), mother and half-brother(Henry Keefer) and her Aunts family Hannah and Silas Whitford.
1860 -- unknown
1865 living in Ellington,Chautaugua Co.,NY as 'Carrie Salsbury' age 24, with her mother, Dorcas Dunham. Carrie shown having no children, married once and now married.
1870 living in Oil Creek,Crawford Co,PA as 'Carrie Dunham', age 29, with her mother and stepfather (Salmon Dunham).
1880 -- unknown (probably married to Mr.Glotz at the time) The 1884 census says she had been in the state 7 years, so she should be in Michigan in 1880.
1884 living in Vestaburg,Montcalm Co.,MI as 'Cornelia Vincent' aged 42, born NY, working as housekeeper and servant in the house of John Bromm(single, aged 32). She is shown as married, having lived in the state for 7 years. Also in the home shows her son, Charles Glotz, son, aged 10, born Penn.
1894 living in Coleman,Midland Co.,MI, as 'Carrie Bromm', aged 53, with her son Charles Bromm, aged 20 and John G. Bromm(married, aged 42). She is shown as being born in Scotland, as is her father, with mother born in New York. At the time of the census the records states she is paralyzed on the left side and having lived in the state for 13 years. shows having had 5 children, 1 living.
|Stewart, Cornelia M. (I12239)
|132||1850 living with her son William in Washington twp.||Weiss, Mary (I3433)
|133||1850 living with his Allen McMichael in Spring Arbor,MI - also living there is George McMichael (b.ca.1837 MI)||McMichael, Thomas (I21022)
|134||1850 living with his Aunt Sarah Rau(Rowe) in Springwater,NY||Johns, Robert (I36282)
|135||1850 living with his father-in-law, Henry Burditt, working as a|
Merchant. 1860 living in San Francisco working as a Grocer, living
with wife Mary and possibly daughters Helen and Minnie. 1870 still in
San Francisco working as Retail Grocer living with wife Mary and
daughter Minnie. 1880 living in San Rafael,CA working as a Retail
Grocer living with wife Mary and daughter Minnie and her husband
George F. Mills, also grandchildren Etheline Watson(6) and Frank
|Haskell, George L. (I25171)
|136||1850 living with his Uncle Noyes Benton (and grandparents, Ichabod and Esther)||Hawkins, Elias W. (I43836)
|137||1850 living with the Robertson family as a servant||Hawkins, Harriet (I43841)
|138||1850 living with the Sweester Family in South Reading,MA, occupation: Shoemaker||Burditt, Warren (I19460)
|139||1850 occ. listed as a Sailor, living with his in-laws||Persons, Captain Edward Nathan (I13206)
SMITH CHARLES 50 m NJ Farmer $9,000 72
Elizabeth 44 f NJ
Mary 15 f PA
George 17 m PA
Jason 13 m PA
Jonathon 10 m PA
William 6 m PA
Charles Jr. 19 m PA
|Smith, Charles (I4193)
|141||1850 through 1869 living in East Bloomfield,NY. About 1870 removed to|
Liverpool,Medina Co.,OH. In 1880, George is living with his family in
|Spencer, George Jr. (I25638)
|142||1850, 1860, 1865 in Richmond with family.|
In 1870 she and her two children are living in Lackawaxen,Pike Co.,PA
In 1880 census Lucinda is living in Honeoye as a Dressmaker,
|McMichael, Lucinda (I2313)
|143||1850, an innkeeper in Rockingham,VT in 1820 living in Grafton with 2|
daughters under 10
|Burdett, Abel (I8236)
|144||1850, Carpenter in Naples,NY|
1860, Mechanic in Liverpool,OH
|Prichard, Andrew (I33793)
|145||1850, Lucinda was living in Victor,NY with her son Samuel.||Cleland, Lucinda (I15565)
|146||1850, William House and Rufus Cole living with them in Johnstown.|
1900 Living with his daughter Mary Shaw and family.
|House, Philip (I12361)
|147||1850Aug28 Hannah is 53; 1860Jul30 she is 62 (puts her birthdate between July 31st and Aug 28th 1797)||Benton, Hannah (I34072)
|148||1851 census (East Gwillimbury) - Polly, w/o Philip, aged 40, born Canada. Next door to Samuel Spring(25) and MaryAnn Spring(23), Andrew(aged 73,US), John(22), Rosanna(1), Charlotte Gies(9)||Spring, Mary (I24394)
|149||1851 living in Dalmellington, Scotland working as a Ironstone Miner. Apparently left Scotland for Pennsylvania about 1856. Worked in the mines in Schuylkill Co. until sometime before 1880 when his family is living in Philadelphia,PA on Scott Lane.||McMullen, Alexander (I38854)
|150||1855 aged 3 living with Keziah and John Burditt|
I don't find any record of a marriage of Susan and she goes by her madian name - her son George born in 1870 - was only 4 months old in the 1870 census and she was living with her mother (her father, much older than her mother had died a year prior). Her death certificate states her mother and Keziah Ramsdell, father is John Ramsdell and husband was John Burditt. The informant, Annie M. Burditt has this in error - her mother was clearly Keziah Ramsdells, wife of John Burditt. Birth record of Lynn,MA proves this. In most census records she stated she was widowed or single even though she never married Albert Jones (at least there is no legal record of it).
|Burditt, Susannah A. (I22582)