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51 1830 through 1850 in Farmington,Oakland Co.,MI McMichael, William (I21000)
52 1837, Lot 27, Con 4, Scarboro Twp, York City, Ontario Staley, Peter (I16493)
53 1838Apr10 - Reuben Kousch, of Cohocton, purchased for $157, 26 acres of land, part of lot 88, from Adam and Katherine Drum
(Steuben County Deeds Book 30, page 123)

  • 1851Jan22 - Reuben Kousch, of Wayland, purchased for $66, the south 10 acres off the east 30 acres of lot number 5 in the Cameron tract, from Jacob and Mary Waggoner.
    (Steuben County Deeds Book 57, page 285)

  • The following persons were named in the surrogate's newspaper clipping regarding the estate of Reuben Kausch:
    Sophia Gottschall, of Dansville, Livingston County, NY;
    Caroline Lander, of Dansville, Steuben Co., NY;
    Valentine Koush, Charlotte Came, Louisa Fox, Margaret Warkley, Caroline Perkins, Mary Koush, Jacob Koush, and Christian Koush, of Wayland, Steuben Co., NY;
    Louisa Flackuz and Christian Koush, of Eskwiller in Prussia.
    The above-mentioned persons were cited to appear before the surrogate's office in the town of Bath, Steuben County, NY on the 7th day of September next. This was dated 20Jul1863. 
  • Kausch, Johann Rudolph (I221)
    54 1840 census Le Boeuf, Erie, Pennsylvania Brower, John P. (I48412)
    55 1840 census Le Boeuf, Erie, Pennsylvania Halstead, Hannah (I48411)
    56 1840 census she is between 20 and 30 years old. Brown, Julianna (I208)
    57 1840 in Kane, Ill Haynes, Harrison (I46959)
    58 1840 in Roxbury,NY Corbin, Daniel (I23053)
    59 1840 in Williamson,Wayne Co.,NY and 1850 living in Ontario,Wayne Co.,NY. Was one of the first Trustee of the First Wesleyan Methodist Church in Ontario(Wayne Co.,NY) March 1857. Clark, John (I20376)
    60 1840 living in Barre, Orleans Co., NY - large family (age 40 -49) Burns, Andrew (I47295)
    61 1840 living in Carrolton,Greene Co.,IL. 1860 in Manchester,MI. Living with his son-in-law in 1870 and 1880, also living with them in 1870 was Rachel McMichael aged 66 Squier, Alanson H. (I21886)
    62 1840 living in Charlestown,MA Barker, Asa Burditt (I26384)
    63 1840 most likely the Leonard Pratt in Jackson, MI and in Aurelius, Ingham Co, Michigan there after. Pratt, Leonard (I32329)
    64 1840 residing in Boston,MA, working as a Muscian.
    Member of the Boston Brigade Band. Composed and performed several arrangements. He was the founder and leader of the celebrated "Burditt's Boston Brass Band." 
    Burditt, Benjamin Augusta (I8222)
    65 1843Dec29 - Solomon G. Davis and his wife, Maria Jane Davis, of East Bloomfield sold for $200 to James Davis, of the same place part of lot 76 in East Bloomfield containing 54 acres.

    1850 Solomon G. Davis - Auburn Prison (Cayuga Co.,NY), there since 1849, born NY, Furniture Maker, Convicted of Rape.

    NYS EX Order Commutation 1/20/1855, Solomon G. Davis, Convicted of rape and incest in Co. of Ontario in Month of Feb 1849. Sentenced to 2 years 6 months” (Originally sentenced to 10 years and 6 month)

    1855 Solomon Davis, a Cooper, married, living with his brother, James, in East Bloomfield. Also, in household with his son William. The Andrews(Benjamin and Lucinda) family next-door shows Sarah Davis, 9, adpt daughter (living there last 4 months). I don't find his wife in East Bloomfield or anywhere in 1855.  
    Davis, Solomon G. (I21075)
    66 1846, of Centerville,Allegany Co.,NY Dippy, Levi (I12598)
    67 1846, of Michigan. He is found in the 1850 census in
    Autrim,Shiawassee Co.,MI, as a farmer with a real estate value of
    Dippy, John Jr. (I12599)
    68 1846, of West Sparta. Lived with her grandmothers a few weeks before
    she died. 
    Dippy, Susannah (I12600)
    69 184622Sep Land Transaction(Book15/Page101) Hannah Brown, of Damascus, purchased land in Damascus, Wayne Co.,PA from Heli Skinner and his wife Permelia,, of Damascus,PA - $270 - 50acres (same land deed from Nathan Skinner to Heli in 1843 to Nathan) - no mention of her John H..
  • 1856Dec13 Land Transaction(Book25/Page57) Hannah Brown, of Damascus, sold land in Damascus, Wayne Co.,PA to Ichabod H.Brown, of Damascus,PA - $1000 - 50acres (same land deeded from Heli Skinner to Hannah Brown in 1846).
  • 1856Dec13 Land Transaction(Book25/Page58) Hannah Brown and John H Brown, her husband, of Damascus, purchased land in Damascus, Wayne Co.,PA from Ichabod H.Brown, of Damascus,PA - $1000 - 50acres (same land deeded from Heli Skinner to Hannah Brown in 1846). containing 50acres (same tract of land conveyed to Hannah Brown from Heli Skinner in 1846 
  • Benton, Hannah (I34072)
    70 1850 Albany Co., 1860 Kings Co.,NY. Fish, Ethridge (I41709)
    71 1850 and 1860 living at Fort Ann,New York Burditt, Israel (I8237)
    72 1850 and 1860 living in Conneaut,Ashtabula Co.,Ohio Abbey, Shubal (I6147)
    73 1850 Bennington,Morrow Co.,Ohio. Living next door to daughters Mary Barrow, Charlotte Manville, and son Samuel.

    1856 Iowa census, living in Washington,Johnson Co.,IA, occupation - Cabinet Maker. Living with wife and daughter Mary Barrows. Census shows he had been in the state for 4 years (Barrows -5 yrs).

    Same year (1856) Iowa census. Samuel and Sarah were again counted as living in Union,Johnson Co.,IA with their daughter Charlotte Manville's family. There shows occupation as Machinist.

    1860, aged 71, Carpenter by trade, living with his wife and daughter, Mary A Barrows in Hardin,IA 
    Wadsworth, Samuel (I1692)
    74 1850 Bristol with mother and siblings (father not in household at time of census)
    1855 East Bloomfield living next her his Uncle James (where her father was living) and living with her cousin, Benjamin Andrews, (shown as adopted daughter). Not sure where her mother is in 1855.
    1860 Bristol with her mother, brother(William), and sister(Julia).
    1865 Bristol - servant to Leonard and Adelaide Jones. 
    Davis, Sarah Emma (I21074)
    75 1850 census - husband is David Pritchard (b.1790)
    1860 living in Liverpool,Medina Co.,OH 
    Pool, Rebekah S. (I2241)
    76 1850 census Dansville,Steuben Co.,NY - husband Alfred is a Waggonmaker Hendee, Sarah Sandusky (I1813)
    77 1850 census in Leciester,MA with wife, Elizabeth, daughters Anjenett
    and Mary Ann, and son-in-law Timothy Parker. 
    Woodward, Asahel (I24996)
    78 1850 census living his her parents (Timothy also living there) Woodward, Mary Ann (I25968)
    79 1850 census Manillus,NY: Aged 73 YEARS, Born CANADA, living near George Brown Son Jacob H. Brown wrote in the House Genealogy that his mother was born August 1774 and his father 1773 CT Staley, Lucina (I24973)
    80 1850 census North Dansville #553 (Frederic Wagoner), Peter Wagoner,
    ae.14 b.Germany

  • 1860 census Ossian #4 (Frederick Wagoner), Peter Wagoner, ae.26 New York, Farmer ($260/$100)

  • WAGNER - In Ossian, 28th ult., Peter Wagner, aged 27 years.
    (Dansville Advertiser, Thursday Morning, February 21, 1861)
  • Wagner, Johann Peter (I11487)
    81 1850 census North Dansville, #624 (John W. Brown), "Mary E. Brown, ae.4" and 1860 census North Dansville, #594 (John W. Brown), "Mary E. Brown, ae.14" and 1870 census North Dansville, #162 (John Brown), "Mary Brown, ae. 24"
    Mary B. Martin(1846-1923), tombstone inscription, (Section N, on Brown Lot); read by Andrew Burdett, on 28 May 1997. 
    Brown, Mary E. (I2858)
    82 1850 census North Dansville, #706 (Orville Tousey), "Frances Tousey, ae.34, b.NY"
  • 1860 census North Dansville, #596 (Orvel Tousey),
    "Frances Tousey, ae.44, b.NY"
  • 1865 census states that Frances had seven children.
  • Named in her brother's, Andrew Jackson Hartman, obituary. 
  • Hartman, Frances (I11158)
    83 1850 census of Alfred, looks like Leroy or Lucy, ?female. Allen, LeRoy (I2344)
    84 1850 Census of Varick, NY shows grandson Addison Knox McDuffee was 5 and living with Joseph McDuffee, Joseph (I47082)
    85 1850 census of West Sparta, under Alanson Calkins, names Pamela M.
    Calkins, ae. 32. 1855 census of West Sparta, list Maria Calkins,
    ae.39. 1860 census of West Sparta, lists Pamelia A. Caulkins, ae. 44,
    owner of a farm valued at $1,800, with a personal property valued at
    $325. Will of George Hartman,1867, names daughter Marian Calkins.
    1870 census of West Sparta, list Pamelia Calkins, ae. 55, owner of a
    farm valued at $3,000, with a personal property value of $1,000. Her
    children Annis and John are living with her in 1870. 
    Hartman, Marian Permilia (I7850)
    86 1850 census she is referred to as Clarissa E. and in the 1860 she is
    McMichael, Clarissa Sophia (I22224)
    87 1850 census shows "England" Ewart, William (I12638)
    88 1850 census shows his age at 84(b.1766). Living next John B. Whitford and George R. Whitford.
  • 1855 shows b.Albany Co.,NY(age 77, b.1778) came to Dansville area in 1824
  • 1860 census of Fremont,Steuben Co.,NY shown as born RI, living with Riley Whitford.  
  • Whitford, David (I18292)
    89 1850 census West Sparta, #212 (Eaton Hartman), "Charles Hartman, ae.22"
  • 1855 census West Sparta, #54 (Charles Hartman), "Charles Hartman, son, ae.27 Allegany Co.
  • 1860 Sparta
  • 1870 Hornell
  • 1880 Canadice,Ontario Co.,NY

  • Canadice, Ontario County, NY - The law suit brought by Overseer James S. Putman against Charles Hartman of this town, for selling intoxicating cider, was tried on Friday of last week before Esquire Winch. John W. Byam of Livonia appeared as attorney for the prosecution and Fred Noyes of Dansville for the defendant. After a trial of considerable length the jury found a verdict of guilty, and the defendant was accordingly fined $50. Hartman is very much dissatisfied with the result, and an appeal is talked of.
    (Ontario Messenger, Thursday, Feb 24, 1881) 
  • Hartman, Charles (I7072)
    90 1850 Census, Alanson Calkins, ae. 43, farmer, with real estate valued
    at $3,700. 
    Calkins, Alanson (I7851)
    91 1850 census, living in Southampton,NY - widowed and living with his Aunt Puah Corwith.
    1870 living in Bridgehampton,NY with wife Nettie and sons, Daniel J., and Edward E. 
    Leek, John C. (I42276)
    92 1850 Dansville, he is listed as a Butcher. Also living with Hugh is
    John Hartman, ae. 23(b.c1827), as a Tanner and Currier. 
    Hartman, Hugh (I2837)
    93 1850 Federal Census: Naples, Ontario Co., NY. Living with father and mother; aged 19.
    1860 Federal Census: Volinia Township, Cass Co., Michigan (PO Box Little Prairies Ronde)
    1870 Federal Census: Cassopolis, Michigan, living with wife Flora
    1875 NY Census: Naples, Ontario Co. NY, listed with Flora, Fanny, Bessie, and Ira.
    1880 Federal Census: Dowagiac, Michigan, living on Telegraph St.
    In the 1860 Census, Henry is listed as  
    Deyo, Henry A. (I2320)
    94 1850 he is living with his brother Jonathan and family also their is sister Jane in Ossian.
  • 1860 living in West Sparta with Hugh McNair, working as a Carpenter & Joiner.
  • 1865 a carpenter living with his nephew, James M. Haynes in Portage,NY
  • 1877 (July 1) - admitted to the Livingston County Poor House - occupation, Carpenter (notes father's occupation as a Weaver)
  • 1880 in the Poor House and Asylum in Geneseo aged 80 years, occupation Carpenter, single, can read or write, born NY, parents born PA. 
  • Haynes, James (I5070)
    95 1850 in Angelica,Allegany Co.,NY as a Lumberman. In 1860 he is still
    in Angelica, but at a Stone Mason. 
    Whitford, Ransom (I18269)
    96 1850 in Brighton, Livingston Co., Michigan
    1865 in Dix, Schuyler, New York
    1880 Wayne, Steuben Co., New York 
    Curry, Henry Winston (I30766)
    97 1850 in Newfane,Vt a Cabinet and Chair Maker. 1860 in Newfane as a
    Cabinet Maker. 1870 living in Newfane,VT working as a Cabinet Maker 
    Burditt, Frederick O. (I17680)
    98 1850 in Newport living next to the Vandermark families (John, Benjamin, Jeremiah) and Lutsey Sims, Daniel (I47723)
    99 1850 in Rochester with second wife Sarah and son James Gates, Doctor Justin (I19906)
    100 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)

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