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James Hoyt Benedict

Born Born 01 Aug 1830 Norwalk, Fairfield co., Conn
Married Married 1st 06 Nov 1851 Mary Elizabeth Andrews New York City, NY
Married Married 2nd 16 Sep 1864 Isabel (Robinson) Pillsbury at Location
Died Died 01 Apr 1887 at Location

Parents:

Children: with Mary Elizabeth Andrews

  1. Alida Andrews Benedict 1852-
  2. LeGrand Lockwood Benedict Sr; 1855-1923
  3. James Henry Benedict 1858-

Children: with Isabel Robinson

  1. Charles Williston Benedict 1864-1838
  2. Howard Robinson Benedict 1868-1896
  3. Elliott Stuart Benedict 1874-1959

Mary Elizabeth Andrews and Family

Mary d 2Apr1858, the daughter of Samuel and Mary Adams

New York City Marriages, 1600s-1800s
Name: James H. Benedict, Spouse Name: Mary E. Andrews, Marriage Date: 6 Nov 1851, Marriage Place: New York City, New York, New York. Marriage ID: 2220310461

Isabel Robinson and Family

Isabel was b 14May1843, Mt Clemens, Macomb County, Michigan, d 2Jan1917, New York City, NY. She was the daughter of William S and Emily R Robinson of Michigan.

1850 US Federal Census: Clinton, Macomb County, Michigan; Roll: M432_357; Page: 39; Image: 77. 31Jul1850

  • Robinson, William S, age 37, male, machinist, value of real estate: 1500, b MA
  • Robinson, Emily R, age 34, female, b MA
  • Robinson, Edward, age 14, male, b MI
  • Robinson, Emily, age 11, female, b MI
  • Robinson, Frederick, age 8, male, b MI
  • Robinson, Isabel, age 6, b MI
  • Robinson, George W, age 3, b MI

1910 US Federal Census: Res: 14 E 70th Street, Manhattan Ward 19, New York, New York; Roll: T624_1043; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 1161; Image: 154. 22Apr1910

  • Benedict, Isabel P, head, female, white, age 65, widow, mother of 3, 2 living, b MI, father b NJ, mother b MA, own income
  • Bliss, Alida A, stepdau, female, white, age 56, widow, mother of 0, b NY, father b CT, mother b NY, own income
  • 4 servants, all foreign born

U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925
Name: Isabel P Benedict Name Prefix: (Widow) Birth Date: 14 May 1843 Birth Place: MT Clemmens, Michigan RESIDENCE: New York, New York Passport Issue Date: 22 Mar 1912.
I am about to go abroad temporarily, and that I intend to return to the United States within 2 years.
Signed (Mrs) Isabel Pillsbury Benedict. 21Mar1912. Mr Elliot Benedict (son), Notary for New York County.
age: 68, 5'4", low forehead, dark brown eyes, straight nose, medium mouth, chin: all right, hair brown, complexion brunette, face oval.
ID. ciitizenship verified by Charles W Benedict (son), swearting he has known Isabel for 45y.
request passport be mailed to: Mrs Alida A Bliss (step dau), 14 E 70th St, New York City, NY

Obituary: 3Janb1917 On Tuesday, 2Jan1917, at 57 E 58th Street, Isabel Pilsbury, the wife of the late James Hoyt Benedict, Funeral private, kindly omit flowers

Passport Applications

U.S. Passport Applications
Name: James H Benedict Birth Date: 1 Aug 1830 Birth Place: Norwalk, Connecticut RESIDENCE: New York City, New York Passport Issue Date: 7 Nov 1895
I, James H Benedict, a native and loyal citizen am applying for a passport for myself and my wife (Isabel, age 53y), born at Norwalk, CT 1Aug1830, and I swear I was born at Norwalk CT 14Aug1830, and that my father was s a native citizen, that I am domiciled in the United States, a resident of NYC in the state of NY, occ: Broker, I intend to return to the United States in 1896. 6Nov1895.
age 65y, 5'8", high forehead, brown eyes, medium nose, medium mouth, round chin, iron grey hair, florid complexion, oval face. res: 48 Exchange Place, NYC NOTE CONFLICTING BIRTH AND PLACE INFO FOR WIFE ISABEL

U.S. Passport Applications
Name: James H Benedict Birth Date: 1 Aug 1830 Birth Place: Norwalk, Connecticut RESIDENCE: New York City, New York Passport Issue Date: 17 Apr 1902
I, James H Benedict, am applying for a passport for myself, accompanied by my wife born at Norwalk CT 1Aug1830. I swear that I was born at Norwalk, CT 1Aug1830. I am a permanent resident of NYC in the state of NY, occ: banker. I intend to return in two years.
age 71, 5' 7 1/2', high forehead, brown eyes, proportional nose, medium mouth, round chin, grey hair, fair complexion, oval face. 16Apr1902. req passport be sent to: George Ruger, North Genenan Lloyd, 5 Broadway, NYC
NOTE CONFLICTING DATES AND BIRTH PLACE FOR WIFE ISABEL

Census Records

1850 US Federal Census: New York Ward 8 District 1, New York, New York; Roll: M432_541; Page: 145; Image: 296. 28Aug1850. All in same household:

  • Benedict, Seth W, male, age 46, printer, b CT
  • Benedict, Fanny R, female, age 51, b CT
  • Benedict, Chas W, male, age 24, clerk, b CT
  • Benedict, Jane, female, age 26, b NJ
  • Benedict, James, male, age 20, clerk, b CT
  • Benedict, Frances, female, age 14, b CT, attended school
  • Benedict, Emily, female, age 8, b NY, attended school
  • Benedict, Fanny L, female, age 2, b NY
  • Lockwood, Legrand, male, age 30, broker, b CT
  • Lockwood, Ann L, female, age 27, b CT (dau of Seth?)
  • Lockwood, Legrand, male, age 6, b NY, attended school
  • Lockwood, Willoston, male, age 4, b NY, attended school (sb Williston)
  • 3 servants, all born Ireland

1860 US Federal Census: New York Ward 20 District 2, New York, New York; Post Office: New York City; Roll: M653_816; Page: 369; Image: 370. 28Jun1860

  • Benedict, James H, age 29, male, paper dealer, b CT
  • Benedict, Alida, age 8, female, b NY
  • Benedict, Leonard, age 5, male, b NY (sb LeGrand?)
  • Benedict, Sarah, age 25, female, b NY (sister Sarah Frances)
  • Raymond, Charles N, age 14, male, clerk, b NY
  • 2 servants, both b Ireland

1870 US Federal Census: Greenburgh, Westchester County, New York; Post Office: Dobb Ferry, Roll: M593_1114; Page: 362; Image: 720. 3Jul1870

  • Benedict, James, age 39, male, white, banker, value of real estate: 100,000, b CT
  • Benedict, Isabella, age 27, female, white, k house, b Misspe?
  • Benedict, Charles, age 5, male, white, b NY
  • Benedict, Howard, age 2, male, white, b NY
  • Benedict, Alida, age 18, female, white, b NY
  • Benedict, Legrand, age 15, male, white, b NY
  • Benedict, Henry, age 12, male, white, b NY
  • 4 servants, all b Ireland

1880 US Federal Census: Riverside, San Bernardino County, California; Roll: T9_72; Family History Film: 1254072; Page: 437.3000; Enumeration District: 63; Image: 0096. 9Jun1880

  • Lockwood, Annie L, white, female, age 50, widow, proprietress, b CT, parents b CT
  • Lockwood, Arthur A, white, male, age 24, single, son, horticulturist, b NY, parents b CT
  • Lockwood, Edwin E, white, male, age 17, single, age 17, horticulturist, b NY, parents b CT
  • Lockwood, Florence I, white, female, age 20, single, at home, b NY, parents b CT
  • 2 servants/helpers
  • ........NEXT DOOR........
  • Benedict, James H, white, male, age 48, married, horticulturist, b CT, parents b CT
  • Benedict, Isabella, wife, white, female, age 36, keeping home, b MI, father b MI, mother b NY (2nd wife) (1844)
  • Benedict, Elida,dau, white, female, age 26, single, b NY, father b CT, mother b MI (1854)(_sb Alida)
  • Benedict, James H, son, white, male, age 21, single, horticulturist, b NY, father b CT, mother b MI (1859)
  • Benedict, Charles W, son, white, male, age 15, attended school, b NY, father b CT, mother b MI (1865)
  • Benedict, Howard R, son, white, male, age 12, attended school, b NY, father b CT., mother b MI (1868)
  • Benedict, Elliot S, son, white, male, age 6, b NY, father b CT, mother b MI (1874)
  • 2 servants, one b china
  • Benedict, E, sister, white, female, age 27, single, b NY, parents b Mass (1853)
  • 2 boarders

Daughter Alida Andrews Benedict

Alida was b 23Aug1852 in NY. She m Mr Bliss who was deceased by 1910. no issue. She traveled abroad extensively.

1910 US Federal Census: Res: 14 E 70th Street, Manhattan Ward 19, New York, New York; Roll: T624_1043; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 1161; Image: 154. 22Apr1910

  • Benedict, Isabel P, head, female, white, age 65, widow, mother of 3, 2 living, b MI, father b NJ, mother b MA, own income
  • Bliss, Alida A, stepdau, female, white, age 56, widow, mother of 0, b NY, father b CT, mother b NY, own income
  • 4 servants, all foreign born

Son James Henry Benedict, aka Henry Benedict

1910 US Federal Census: Res: Sacramento Street, San Francisco Assembly District 40, San Francisco, California; Roll: T624_101; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 243; Image: 26. 29Apr1910

Benedict, James H, lodger, white, male, age 51, m1, m 9y, b NY, parents b NY, own income Benedict, Mary C, wife, white, female, age 45, m1, m 9y, mother of 2, 2 living, b Austria Benedict, Stella C, white, female, age 21, single, b California, parents b Austria

U.S. Passport Applications
James H Benedict Jr
Name: James H Benedict Jr Birth Date: 17 Apr 1858 Birth Place: New York, New York Gender: Male RESIDENCE: New York, New York Passport Issue Date: 28 Aug 1914 Spouse Name: Caroline
I am applying for a passport for myself , accompanied by my wife Caroline and minor children:1) Stella b at San Francisco, 30Jan1891. I was born at NY, in the state of NY 17Apr1858 and that my father was a native citizen. My permanent residence is NY, occ: banker. I intend to return to the United States within 3 months.
age 56, 5'7", high forehead, hazel eyes, medium nose, medium mouth, hair: grey mixed, fair complexion, oval face. 27Aug1914. Send passport to No One Wall Street, NY

Son Charles Williston Benedict

1900 US Federal Census: Res: 4130 Maryland Ave, St Louis Ward 25, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri; Roll: T623_900 Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 380. 13Jun1900

  • Benedicked, Charles W, head, white, male, b Sep1863, age 36, m 7y, b NY, father b NY, mother b MI, treasurer, Baitter Mfg Co
  • Benedicked, Zoepir, wife, female, white, b Feb1863, age 37, m 7y, mother of 3, 3 living, b MO, father b MO, mother b IL
  • Benedicket, Elizabeth, dau, female, white, b Aug1894, b IL, father b NY, mother b MO
  • Burthe, Delord, step-son, male, white, b Nov1894, age 15, b Louisiana, father b Louisiana, mother b MO, at school
  • Burthe, Catrlisle, step-son, male, white, b Jun1887, age 12, b MO, father b LA, mother b MO, at school
  • 2 servants

1920 US Federal Census: Res: 649 W 7th Street, Riverside Ward 3, Riverside County, California; Roll: T625_125; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 119; Image: 689. 7Jan1920. This is a large hotel.

Name: Charles W Benedict Home in 1920: Riverside Ward 3, Riverside, California Age: 54 years Estimated Birth Year: abt 1866 Birthplace: New York Relation to Head of House: Guest Father's Birth Place: Connecticut Mother's Birth Place: Michigan Marital Status: Widow Race: White Sex: Malem wid, occ: fruit grower

U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 Name: Charles W Benedict Birth Date: 14 Sep 1864 Birth Place: New York City Passport Issue Date: 6 Mar 1886 Charles W Benedict, born NYC 14Sep1864. age 21 1/2 years, 5' 10", high forehead, black eyes, prominent nose, medium mouth, round chin, black hair, dark complexion, oval face. 5Mar1886 NYC

Note: dau Elizabeth aka Isabel Pappin Benedict

Son Howard Robinson Benedict

b 25Jan1868, d 21Aug1896

Son Elliott Stuart Benedict

1910 US Federal Census: Res: 89 E 56th St, Manhattan Ward 19, New York, New York; Roll: T624_1042; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 1131; Image: 509. 18Apr1910

  • Benedict, Elliott S, head, male, white, age 56, m1, m 10y, b NY, father b CT, mother b MI, attorney, at home, oa
  • Benedict, Catherine V R, wife, female, white, age 33, m1, m 10y, b NY, parents b CT
  • 1 servant

1920 US Federal Census: Res: E 56th Street, Manhattan Assembly District 15, New York, New York; Roll: T625_1212; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 1064; Image: 986. 2Jan1920

  • Benedict, Elliott S. head, rent, male, white, age 45, married, b NY, father b CT, mother b MI, lawyer, general practice
  • Benedict, Catherine, wife, female, white, age 43, b CT, parents b CT
  • 1 female servant, b Ireland

1930 US Federal Census: Manhattan, New York, New York; Roll: 1565; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 671; Image: 222.0. 4Apr1930

  • Benedict, Elliott S, head, rent, value of real estate: 238, male, white, age 56, m at age 25, b NY, father b CT, mother b MI, lawyer, general practice
  • Benedict, Catherine, wife, female, white, age 54, m at age 23, b CT, parents b CT

U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 Name: Elliot Stewart Benedict Birth Date: 22 Mar 1874 Birth Place: Tarrytown, New York Passport Issue Date: 8 Jun 1887 Passport Includes a Photo: N Source: Passport Applications, 1795-1905 (M1372)
Benedict, Elliott Stewart, affixed 7Jun1887, I was born in Tarrytown, NY 22Mar1874, age 13y, 4 ft 11 in tall, forehead medium, eyes dark brown, nose: regular, mouth: medium, chin: round, hair: brown, complexion: brunette, face: oval, sworn to know: Charlotte Benedict. 7 Jun1887

Name: Elliot S Benedict Arrival Date: 20 Aug 1927 Estimated Birth Year: 1874 Age: 53 Gender: Male Port of Departure: Rotterdam, Netherlands Ship Name: Veendam Port of Arrival: New York, New York Nativity: New York Line: 1 Microfilm Serial: T715 Microfilm Roll: T715_4110 Birth Location: New York Birth Location Other: Tarrytown Page Number: 141
Benedict, Elliott S, age 53, male, b Tarrytown, NY 22Mar1874, res: 144 E 46th St, NY, NY
Benedict, Catherine, Van R, age 51, b Norwalk, CT 11Apr1876, res: 144 E 46th St, NY, NY

New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
1935; Arrival: New York, United States; Microfilm serial: T715; Microfilm roll: T715_5714; Line: 14.
Name: Elliot S Benedict Arrival Date: 1 Oct 1935 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1874 Age: 61 Gender: Male Port of Departure: Boulogne Sur Mer, France Ship Name: Volendam
Benedict, Elliot S, age 61, male, white, b Tarrytown, NY, 22Mar1874, res: 215 E 72nd St, NYC Benedict, Catherine Van R, age 59, female, white, b Norwalk, CT, 9Apr1876, same res address

DEATHS: BENEDICT - Elliot Stewart, on Oct. 2, 1959, husband of Catherine Bissell Benedict. Service at the Unitarian Church of All Souls, 80th St. and Lexington Ave., Monday, 2:30 P.M.
Source: Death Notice, 04 Oct. 1959, The New York Times, New York, NY, p. 87.

DEATHS:
BENEDICT - The Associates of the Engineer Corps. and Company "K," Seventh Regiment, Inc., announce with regret the death of Elliot S. Benedict, a member, on Oct. 2, 1959.
Edward E. Scovill, President
W. Bryon Kantack, Secretary
(The obituary from the previous day is also repeated in this edition). Source: Death Notoice, 05 Oct. 1959, The New York Times, New York, NY, p. 31.

This and That

Edwin Eugene Lockwood (Nephew, son of sister Anna Louisa (Benedict) Lockwood)
April 6, 1895, Wednesday, New York Times, Page 14
A PENNILESS HEIR'S SUIT; E. E. Lockwood Asks for an Accounting of His Father's Estate. HE DECLARES IT HAS DISAPPEARED Says He Received Nothing from Le Grand Lockwood's Millions -- Answers of J.H. Benedict and Mrs. Lockwood. Edward Eugene Lockwood declares that his father, Le Grand Lockwood, left an estate worth millions of dollars, all of which has disappeared in the administration of the property.
Young Lockwood is now in Austin, Texas, penniless, and he says he has never been able to get anything from the great fortune alleged to have been left by his father.
To trace this money, an action for an accounting was begun yesterday before Surrogate Fitzgerald by Albert T Patrick, acting as council for Mr Lockwood. The persons from whom Mr Lockwood seeks the accounting are Mr James H Benedict, his uncle and Kate H Lockwood, widow of LeGrand? Lockwood Jr, his brother.
LeGrand? Lockwood, the elder, died twenty four years ago, and his wife followed eleven years afterward. Although the son who now seeks the accounting was named as legatee under the wills of his father and mother, Mr Patrick declared yesterday, that his client never received a penny, and that there has never been an accounting from any of the many executors who have held the estate since the death of the elder Le Grand Lockwood.
Mr Patrick stated that when the elder Lockwood died, in 1871 he left a very large estate so large, in fact, that he paid a tax on $1,000,000 of income. His widow, Ann Louise, who was appointed the executrix of the estate, and the testamentary trustee of the petitioner, who was then of very tender years. No inventory of the estate, it is alleged, was ever filed. Mrs Lockwood died in 1882 and she appointed her brother, James H Benedict, and her son, LeGrand? Lockwood Jr, as her executors. Mr Benedict did not qualify at that time, and the son took the executorship. He, it is alleged, never filed an inventory, and when he died on 1Apr1887, his widow, Kate H Lockwood, became the executrix. Mr benedict qualified as an executor in 1888, stating in his petition that there were assets yet to be passed on. No inventory was filed in this instance, and here the matter rested until the proceedings yesterday.
Mr Patrick said his client, in spite of the fact that he had an undenied interest in the estate, in penniless in Texas, and has not enough money to come here to attend the action. This he stated, was in contradistrinction to the fact that his brothers are all rich men, well known in the commercial world. "We want an examination in each case." said the attorney. "We want to search on consciences of these people and to find out what has become of this vast estate."
The answer put in by Mr Benedict in the case in which he qualified as the executor in 1888 embraces the accounting asked for. He says there is nothing to account for, as there was never anything that passed into his hands. In the accounting asked for in his executorship in the estate of Ann Louise Lockwood, the widow, where she was the executrix of the estate of her husband, Mr Benedict pleads the statute of limitations and says the accounting was not asked for within seven years, at the coming of age of the petitioner. Kate H Lockwood who is asked to account as the executrix of the executor of the executrix of the estate of LeGrand? Lockwood, also pleads the statute of limitations in her case.
Mr Patrick then called attention to the fact that, whereas Mr Benedict now says that nothing ever came into his hands as the executor of his sisters estate, he nevertheless said at the time of qualifing in 1888, that there were yet assets to be administered.
Council for Mr Benedict said that there was no objection on the part of his client to submit to an examination if one should be ordered before a referee as to his executorship of 1888, but he wanted the petitioner to file some sort of security for the cost of the examination.
This, the Surrogate said, , he had not the power to order, and he reserved decision on the whole matter, stating that he would take the plea of the statute of limitations under especial consideration.
One of the petitioner's brothers, William B Lockwood of the firm R P Flower and Company, and the other is Henry B Lockwood, a wealthy resident of California. LeGrand? Lockwood the elder built, a short time before his death, what at the time was the finest residence in this country. It was at Norwalk, Conn and cost over $1,000,000. It is claimed also that the elder Lockwood was caught in the panic prior to his death and left nothing but debts.

LE GRAND L. BENEDICT DEAD
EX-GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE DIES IN PARIS AT 68.
Paris, Oct. 28. - Le Grand L. Benedict, former Governor of the New York Stock Exchange, is dead from pneumonia. Death took place at his home here. His wife was Miss Sarah C. Blaine.
Mr. Benedict was born in this city in 1855, a son of the late James H. Benedict, banker and President of the Chicago & Atlantic Railway, and a descendant of a family that came to New England in 1600. He was educated at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, entered banking and founded L. L. Benedict & Co. He retired ten years ago and made his home in Paris. His wife, son, Le Grand, Jr., and the latter's wife lived there with him. James H. Benedict of 875 Park Avenue is a brother.
Source: Obituary, 29 Oct. 1923, The New York Times, New York, NY, p.

Sources

Benedicts to America, Vol I, Pg 208
264. SETH WILLISTON7 (Nathaniel,6 Nathaniel,5 Nathaniel,4 John,3 John,2 Thomas1) b. Nov. 16, 1803; m. Nov. 7, 1822, Fanny Roe, dau. William, son of Nathaniel4 (10) Benedict, b. Dec. 30, 1798, and d. Jan. 8, 1854; m. 2d, June 19, 1856, Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Farnsworth, dau. James and Nancy Russell, formerly of Boston. He was a native of Norwalk, Ct., and early distinguished for his intelligent energy in business. Being an apprentice to the printing business in the office of the Norwalk Gazette, at the age of nineteen he bought his time and became the proprietor, editor and publisher of the paper, which he continued until Jan., 1833, when he removed to New York and became the proprietor and publisher of the New York Evangelist, in connection with Rev. Joshua Leavitt. He disposed of the Evangelist in 1837, and soon after became the publisher of the Emancipator and other publications of the American and the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, while at the same time carrying on his printing and publishing business. In 1848 he projected the publication of a new Evangelical religious newspaper, to be devoted to the interest and cause of congregationalism. This plan was subsequently modified, and in Dec. of that year he commenced the publication of the Independent, under the auspices of Rev. Dr. Bacon, Thompson and Storrs, as editors, Dr. Leavitt, as assistant, and Messrs S. B. Hunt, S. B. Chittenden, Bowen and McNamee?, as proprietors. In Dec., 1853, he relinquished his connection with the paper, and continued his printing and publishing business until March, 1854, when his office was totally destroyed by fire. Latterly, he has conducted an extensive real estate agency. Mr. B. was for some years clerk of the Congregational church at Norwalk. On his removal to N. Y., he joined what is now Thirteenth street Presbyterian church, of which he became a trustee and an elder. Leaving this church, to aid in the organization of the Broadway Tabernacle church, he became a trustee and Deacon, and so remained till it was changed into a Presbyterian church. He died Nov. 10, 1869. His funeral sermon was preached by Dr. J. P. Thompson, from the text "diligent in business, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord." (See Hall's Hist. Norwalk, Ct., p. 319.) Ch.
1) - ANN LOUISA, b. Aug. 17, 1823; m. June 9, 1842, Le Grand Lockwood, banker, of New York city.
2) (559).) CHARLES WILLISTON, b. Aug. 2, 1825; m. Sept. 9, 1846, Jane, dau. James and Jane McAlpine?; paper manufacturer, N. Y. Ch.
a) - Fanny Louisa, b. March 22, 1848. b) Williston Hunter, b. Nov. 22, 1851. c) Emily Augusta, b. Sept. 29, 1856.
d) - Anna Coe, b. Sept. 23, 1862.
3) JAMES HOYT, b. Aug. 1, 1830; m. Nov. 15, 1851, Mary Elizabeth, dau. Samuel and Mary Andrews, who d. April 2, 1858; m. 2d, Sept. 16, 1864, Isabel Pilsbury, dau. William Robinson of Mich. Banker; res. New York city. Ch.
a) Alida Andrews, b. Aug. 23, 1852. b) Le Grand Lockwood, b. Aug. 24, 1855. c) James Henry, b. April 17, 1858.
d) (560.) Charles Williston, b. Sept. 14, 1865. e) Howard Robinson, b. Jan. 25, 1868, d 21Aug1896. f) Elliott Stuart b 22Mar1874. Res 144 E 56th NYC
4) - SARAH ESTHER, b. Aug. 13, 1834; d. Oct. 13, 1836.
5) - SARAH FRANCES, b. July 31, 1836; m. July 12, 1860, Rev. Arthur Tappan Pierson, graduate of Hamilton College, and Union Theological Seminary in N. Y.; pastor, of Presbyterian church, at Waterford.
6) - EMMA JANE, b. Nov. 14, 1841.
7) (561.) GEORGE RUSSELL, b. Nov. 25, 1859.

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