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This Version updated May 23, 2000

Compiled by George E. Sawyer

DESCENDANTS OF ROBERT BOWMAN

1. Robert Bowman born Abt. 1520, (son of Richard Bowman) married 1544, in Alstonefield Church, England., Helene Critchloe, born Abt. 1520.

Children:

2. i John Bowman born 1578.

Second Generation

2. John Bowman (1.Robert1) born 1578, married Anne Beresford, born Abt. 1580, (daughter of Anthony Beresford and Elizabeth Beresford).

Children:

3. i Nathaniel Bowman born 1608.

Third Generation

3. Nathaniel Bowman (2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 1608, Westwood Hill, near Leak, England., married Anna "Hannah" ______, born Abt. 1610. Nathaniel died 21-Jan-1682, Cambridge farms, Middlesex, Mass. The family originated near Kirk-Oswald, Carlisle. The earliest church records of Kirk-Oswald were destroyed. He came to Watertown, Mass about 1630, his name appears on the records in 1633-37, he bought land at Cambridge Farms of Edward Goffe in 1635 and settled there in 1649, near the present Arlington line. Anna: Anna probably died first as no mention is made of her in his will dated 21 Oct. 1679 and proved 4 April 1682.

Children:

4. i Francis Bowman born 16-Dec-1630.

ii Mary Bowman.

iii Joanna Bowman.

iv Dorcas Bowman born 30-Jan-1639, died 6-Feb-1639.

v Nathaniel Bowman born 6-Mar-1641, died 1694, Lexington.

vi Joanna Bowman born 20-Nov-1642.

vii Dorcas Bowman married (1) Benjamin Blackleach, married (2) 29-May-1676, Hugh March, born of Newbury. Dorcas died 22-Nov-1683.

Fourth Generation

4. Francis Bowman (3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 16-Dec-1630, of Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, married 26-Sep-1661, Martha Sherman, born 21-Feb-1640, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA, (daughter of John Sherman, Capt. and Martha Palmer) died 25-Feb-1728/29. Francis died 16-Dec-1687, Watertown, Middlesex Co., MA. Francis was admitted freeman in 1652. He resided at Cambridge Farms, where he died 16 Dec. 1687 aged 57 years. In the administration of the estate, 1 April 1698, mention is made of the widow, Martha, who was guardian of the two minors, Samuel and Jonatham, the sons "Frances," Nathaniel and John and John Evileth for Mary Bowman.

Children:

i Francis Bowman born 14-Sep-1662, married (1) 26-Jun-1684, Lydia Stone, born 25-Nov-1665, (daughter of Deacon Samuel Stone and Sarah Stearns) died 10-Dec-1719, married (2) Ruth Angier, born 1683, (daughter of Rev. Samuel Angier) died 25-Jul-1754. Francis died 23-Dec-1744. By will dated 1744, he directed his wife, Ruth to take as her own proper estate forever thee of his negro servants, "Batiss, Philliss and Pompy, so named". He gave also to his granddaughter Ruth Bowman, full powe at his decease to take his negro boy Domini "to be her own forever," she to pay her brother Francis l20, old tenor, at the time of the "recieving Domini." He filled from time to time every office in the gift of the people. He was on the committe in 1693 to purchase land for the support of the ministry, on the first board of selectmen and assessors under the town organization, and frequently reelected. He represented the town in the General Court, 1720, 22, 26, 32,33, and was also one of the royal magistrates, appointed first in 1720. In seating the meeting house he was one of those "Piaft at ye tabil" and his was "was plaft in ye forefeatt in ye Bodye of feats".

ii John Bowman born 19-Feb-1665.

iii Martha Bowman born 2-Mar-1667, died 0-Dec-1667.

iv Nathaniel Bowman born 9-Feb-1669, died 30-Jun-1748.

v Mary Bowman born 2-Dec-1692.

vi Joseph Bowman born 18-May-1674, died 8-Apr-1762.

vii Anna Bowman born 19-Sep-1676, died 26-Sep-1701.

viii Samuel Bowman born 14-Aug-1679.

5. ix Jonathan Bowman born Abt. 1682.

x Marth Bowman born 4-Apr-1685.

Fifth Generation

5. Jonathan Bowman (4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born Abt. 1682, Lexington, Middlesex Co., MA, married 19-May-1715, Mary Veren, born 5-Nov-1693, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, (daughter of Thomas Veren and Hannah Veren). Jonathan died 1750, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. They had 11 children.

Children:

6. i Thomas Bowman born 2-Sep-1718.

Sixth Generation

6. Thomas Bowman (5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 2-Sep-1718, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, married 5-Nov-1746, in Windham County, Connecticut, Sarah Blackmore, born 10-Feb-1727, Rochester, Plymouth Co., MA, (daughter of William Blackmore and Sarah Holland). Thomas died 10-Mar-1758, Ft. Edward, Washington, NY. They had 5 children.

Children:

7. i Walter Bowman born 15-Nov-1750.

ii Joseph Bowman.

Seventh Generation

7. Walter Bowman (6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 15-Nov-1750, Brooklyn, Windham Co., Connecticut, married 23-Feb-1775, in Brooklyn, Windham Co., Connecticut, Anne Litchfield, born 15-Apr-1755, Canterbury, Windham Co., CT, (daughter of John Litchfield and Lucy Cady) died 31-Jan-1835, Luzerne County, PA. Walter died 30-Mar-1831, Forkston, Windham Twp, Luzerne Co., Pa. Walter Bowman was a Revolutionary Soldier having served as a Private in Captain Zebulon Ingalls of Pomfret, Conn., during the Lexington alarm, having served for 20 days.

Children:

i Sarah Bowman born 29-Jul-1775, Canterbury, Windham Co., CT, married 8-Nov-1802, in Brooklyn, Windham Co., Connecticut, David Ingalls, born Abt. 1775, of Brooklyn, Conn. Sarah died 23-Dec-1826.

ii Betsey Bowman born 26-Mar-1777, Canterbury, Windham Co., CT, died 17-Mar-1796.

iii John Bowman born 1-Oct-1779, Canterbury, Windham Co., CT, married (1) Ann Bailey, born Abt. 1780, married (2) Lucretia Pierce, born Abt. 1785.

iv Erastus Bowman born 16-Oct-1781, Canterbury, Windham Co., CT, married 1805, Eleanor Overfield, born Abt. 1783, died 1805. Erastus died 16-Oct-1806.

v Uriah Bowman born 24-Aug-1783, married 1810, Nancy Burger, born Abt. 1785.

vi Elijah Bowman born 5-Aug-1785.

vii Anna Bowman born 26-Jun-1787, died 14-Apr-1801.

viii Joseph Bowman born 5-Aug-1789, died 10-Jul-1806.

ix Susannah Bowman born 16-Sep-1791, married 1816, Amos Northrop, MD, Buried: 5-Jan-1908, Edmonds Mem. Cem., Edmonds, Wash. Susannah died 7-Aug-1847.

8. x Godfrey Bowman born 27-Mar-1793.

9. xi Alpheus Bowman born 28-Jun-1795.

Eighth Generation

8. Godfrey Bowman (7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 27-Mar-1793, Brooklyn, Windham Co., Connecticut, married 29-Sep-1811, in Kingston, Luzerne County, Pa., Susanna Joseph, born 15-Sep-1790, Lower Mt., Bethel, Northampton, Pa., (daughter of John Joseph and Sarah Teed) died 22-Dec-1853, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania. Godfrey died 6-Oct-1851, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, Buried: Bacon, Cem.

Children:

10. i Elmina Bowman born 18-Feb-1810.

11. ii Joseph Bowman born 2-Jul-1812.

12. iii Lovina Bowman born 10-Sep-1814.

iv John Bowman born 24-May-1816, Kingston, Luzerne County, Pa., married 1-May-1836, Almira Maria Lewis, born Abt. 1816. John died 26-Jan-1903, Iowa.

v Hannah Bowman born 9-May-1818, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, married John Craig, born Abt. 1818.

vi Susan Bowman born 1-Feb-1819, Elkland, Tioga County, PA, married Benjamin Tubbs, born Abt. 1818. Susan died 14-Mar-1915.

vii William J. Bowman born 0-Mar-1821, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, married Melinda Washburn, born Abt. 1821. William died 12-Nov-1897, Lewiston, Montana.

13. viii Charles Ordean Bowman born 6-Mar-1825.

ix Milton S. Bowman born 22-Oct-1828, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, married 23-Apr-1854, Ruth Cummings, born Abt. 1828.

x Benson Henry Bowman born 9-Apr-1830, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, married (1) Maria Harris, born Abt. 1830, married (2) Sarah Fisher. Benson died 7-Jun-1910, Lewiston, Montana.

xi George W. Bowman born 16-May-1834, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, died 10-Mar-1909, Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, Buried: 13-Mar-1909, Krusen Cem., Westfield, Tioga Co., PA.

9. Alpheus Bowman (7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 28-Jun-1795, Connecticut, married (1) 22-Mar-1818, Hannah Thorpe, born 19-Oct-1800, New Jersey, married (2) Abt. 1850, Hannah ______, born 1786. Alpheus died 22-Aug-1877, near Potter Brook, Penn., Buried: Potter Brook Cemetery, Westfield, PA. 1860 Troupsburg Census page 16 taken July 24, 1860 says that Alfehias Bowman age 65, farmer, and had property value worth $2,000, born in Connecticut. 1865 census for Troupsburg lists him as being age 69, born in Cortland Co., and was married twice. 1870 Troupsburg Census page 29 lists him as being 75 years of age born in Connecticut. Hannah: She was known as Mrs. Hannah Williams when she married Alpheus. Hannah: 1860 Troupsburg Census page 16 lists her as being age 73 born in Rhode Island. 1865 Census for Troupsburg page 9 lists her as being age 78 mother of 4 children born in Chenango Co. and married twice. 1870 Troupsburg Census page 29 lists her as age 84 born in Rhode Island.

Children by Hannah Thorpe:

14. i Sarah Bowman born 22-Jun-1819.

ii Amanda Bowman born 29-Jun-1821.

iii Charlotte Bowman born 21-Apr-1823, married Steven Allen, born Abt. 1823. Charlotte died 18-May-1853, Buried: Potter Brook Cemetery, Westfield, PA.

iv Ira M. Bowman born 31-Jun-1827.

v Caroline Bowman born 24-Jan-1831.

vi Elizabeth Bowman born 8-Nov-1833, married 10-May-1906, in Addison, Steuben Co., NY, Lewis P. Peters, born 1847, (son of Nathan Peters and Elizabeth Peters) died aft 1906. Elizabeth died Aft 1906.

vii Mahala Maria Bowman born 24-Sep-1837.

15. viii Mary Lousia Bowman born 27-May-1842.

Ninth Generation

10. Elmina Bowman (8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 18-Feb-1810, Kingston, Luzerne County, Pa., married 4-Jun-1826, Hyrum (Hiram) Babcock Lewis, born 10-Apr-1808, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, (son of Simeon B. Lewis and Nancy Babcock) died 26-Nov-1894, Jasper, Steuben Co., New York. Elmina died 22-Nov-1884, Jasper, Steuben Co., New York.

Children:

i George S. Lewis born 26-Apr-1827, married 19-Aug-1849, Harriett C. White, born Abt. 1830.

ii Benjamin Schuyler Lewis born 11-Apr-1830, died 19-Apr-1830.

16. iii Lucy A. Lewis born 16-Apr-1831.

iv Theresa Lovina Lewis born 16-Sep-1835.

11. Joseph Bowman (8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 2-Jul-1812, Kingston, Luzerne County, Pa., married 8-Jun-1833, Catherine Newman, born 17-Mar-1811, Queestown, Ireland, died 19-Feb-1877, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania. Joseph died 25-Sep-1884, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania.

Children:

17. i John Godfrey Bowman born 9-Dec-1834.

18. ii Hannah Jane Bowman born 1835.

19. iii William Newman Bowman born 9-Apr-1837.

iv Samuel Bowman born 25-Feb-1840, Pennsylvania, married Mary Beaver, born Abt. 1840.

v Sarah Bowman born 25-Feb-1840, Pennsylvania, died 25-Jan-1907. Unmarried.

vi Mary S. Bowman born 11-Oct-1843, Pennsylvania, married 30-Nov-1861, Julius Grantier, born Abt. 1843. Mary died 8-Mar-1897.

vii Martha Anne Bowman born 20-May-1849, Pennsylvania, married AndrewJ. Erway, born Abt. 1845. Martha died 28-Apr-1908.

12. Lovina Bowman (8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 10-Sep-1814, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, married 5-Jun-1831, James King, born Abt. 1810. Lovina died 10-Oct-1871, Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, Buried: Krusen Cem., Westfield, Tioga Co., PA.

Children:

20. i James Bailey King born 22-Dec-1838.

13. Charles Ordean Bowman (8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 6-Mar-1825, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, married (1) 19-Dec-1850, Jane Monroe, born 25-Sep-1825, New York State, died 10-Jun-1877, Corry, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Buried: Pine Grove Cem. Corry, Erie Co, PA, married (2) 4-May-1878, in Corry, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Lizetta S. Smith, born 28-Apr-1847, died 22-Apr-1920, Corry, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Buried: 24-Apr-1920, Pine Grove Cem. Corry, Erie Co, PA. Charles died 20-Nov-1887, Corry, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, Buried: 23-Nov-1887, Pine Grove Cem. Corry, Erie Co, PA.

Children by Jane Monroe:

21. i Eva E.Bowman born 31-Oct-1854.

Children by Lizetta S. Smith:

ii Jessie Almeda Bowman born 15-Feb-1879, Corry, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, married 14-Feb-1901, in Corry, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, George Erie Richards, born 15-Feb-1879, Erie County, Pennsylvania, (son of James R. Richards and Henrietta Omelia Perkins) died 12-Jun-1952, Denver, Colorado, Buried: Fairmont Cem., Denver, Colorado. Jessie died 11-Jan-1935, Denver, Colorado, Buried: 14-Jan-1935, Fairmont Cem., Denver, Colorado.

iii Carroll Ordean Bowman born 9-Oct-1881, Corry, Erie Co., Pennsylvania, died 5-Jul-1905, Corry Hosp., Erie Co, Penn., Buried: 7-Jul-1905, Pine Grove Cem. Corry, Erie Co, PA.

iv Caryle S. Bowman born 14-May-1884, Occupation: Railway Postal Clerk, married (1) 8-Jun-1911, in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY, Laurina Swanson, born Abt. 1884, married (2) 9-Apr-1916, in Wayne Methodist Church, Erie, Penn., Waive Belle McCray, born 0-May-1894, died 17-Aug-1970, Erie, Erie Co.,Pennsylvania, Buried: Pine Grove Cem. Corry, Erie Co, PA. Caryle died 23-Oct-1958, Erie, Erie Co.,Pennsylvania, Buried: 25-Oct-1958, Pine Grove Cem. Corry, Erie Co, PA.

v Bessie L. Bowman born 23-Oct-1886, married Gabriel Shea, born Abt. 1886. Bessie died 9-Nov-1975, Hamot Medical Center, Erie, PA.

14. Sarah Bowman (9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 22-Jun-1819, Bradford Co., PA, married (1) 7-Aug-1836, Alanson Cady, born 1-Jun-1815, Windham, Luzerne County, PA, Occupation: Farmer, died 1860-64, married (2) Abt. 1864, William Mallory, born 1818, Steuben County, New York, died 23-Feb-1867, Buried: Potter Brook Cemetery, Westfield, PA. Sarah died 30-Aug-1896, Buried: Potter Brook Cemetery, Westfield, PA. Sarah Married second to William Mallory by whom she had William Dennis Mallory. Her Tombstone reads Sarah Mallory born June 28, 1819, died August 39, 1896, wife of W. Mallory. I have a picture of her Tombstone. William: He is buried beside Sarah and two of her young children by Elanson Cady. 1865 Census for Troupsburg, Steuben Co. NY lists him as being age 47 born in Steuben Co., and a farmer and was married twice.

Children by Alanson Cady:

22. i Ebenezer S. Cady born 20-Jun-1837.

23. ii Alpheus Bowman Cady born 30-Oct-1838.

24. iii Philinder Cady born 8-Nov-1840.

25. iv Irena Esther Cady born 14-May-1844.

v Ira Cady born 27-Nov-1850, died 10-Sep-1864, Buried: Potter Brook Cemetery, Westfield, PA.

vi Caroline Cady born 29-Jan-1859, died 3-Nov-1863, Buried: Potter Brook Cemetery, Westfield, PA. Her tombstone reads "Sarah Cady, died Nov. 3, 1863 at age 4 years, 9 months, 4 days".

vii Sarah Cady born 1859, died 1863, Buried: Potter Brook Cemetery, Westfield, PA.

Children by William Mallory:

viii William Dennis Mallory born 25-Mar-1865, died After 1923. In his half sister, Irena's obituary he is said to be of Sunderlinville, Hector Township, Potter County, Pa.

15. Mary Lousia Bowman (9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 27-May-1842, Forkston, Wyoming Co, PA., married 7-Jun-1859, in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA, Charles G. Gardner, born 10-Aug-1837, New Lisbon, Otsego Co., NY., Occupation: Merchant, died 10-Feb-1914, Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, Buried: Mt. Pleasant Cem., Westfield, PA. Mary died 8-Oct-1922, Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, Buried: Mt. Pleasant Cem., Westfield, PA. OBIT : Mrs. Mary L. Gardner was born at Forkston, Wyoming Co, PA May 27, 1842 & died October 8, 1922 in Westfield, Pa. She was the daughter of Alpheus & Hannah Bowman. A few years ago she had a very painful & serious accident falling, the last one near fatal. Two years ago she was in a car accident near Maple St. being badly thrown off the seat of the car injuring her back. Never after being able to walk without help. Her early days were spent at Forkston, Pa. until her mothers death. At the age of 13 she came here with her father, resided with a older sister for a time, later at the home of her cousin, the late Dr. Northrup near Woodhull, N.Y., again residing at North Fork with a sister until her marriage to Charles Gardner at the age of 17. Their children were Mrs. Nettie Pease of Wellsboro, Pa., Harvey Gardner of North Fork, Pa., Mrs. Minne Steenburg of Westfield, Pa., Mrs. Ava McLean, Walter Gardner of Westfield. Burial in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.

Children:

i Hannah Vernette "Nettie" Gardner born 3-Dec-1860, married Curtis Devillo Pease, born Abt. 1860. Curtis: lived in Wellsboro, Penn. in 1922

ii Harvey Andrew Gardner born 16-Apr-1864, married Gertrude Strait, born Abt. 1865.

iii Minne Helen Gardner born 30-Nov-1868, married 15-Aug-1890, in Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, Bennett Steemburg, born Abt. 1865. Lived in Westfield, Penn. in 1922.

26. iv Ava May Gardner born 26-Oct-1876.

v Walter Gardner born 31-Aug-1885, married 1908, Emma Ostrander, born Abt. 1885. Lived in Westfield, Penn. in 1922

Tenth Generation

16. Lucy A. Lewis (10.Elmina9, 8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 16-Apr-1831, married 4-Jun-1848, Edward N. Baker, born 19-May-1825, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, (son of Ira Baker and Sarah Brown).

Children:

i Schuyler M. Baker born 13-Jun-1849.

ii James M. Baker born 9-Apr-1851, died 9-Oct-1911.

iii Frank M. Baker born 6-Oct-1853, died 12-May-1877.

iv Emma L. Baker born 6-May-1860, died 16-Jun-1862.

27. v William Wallace Baker born 16-Jun-1866.

17. John Godfrey Bowman (11.Joseph9, 8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 9-Dec-1834, Pennsylvania, married Henrietta Grantier, born Abt. 1834. John died 6-Nov-1910, Buried: Mt. Pleasant Cem., Westfield, PA.

Children:

i Walter Frank Bowman born 1-Jan-1868, died 22-Nov-1893.

28. ii Elbert G. Bowman born 15-Sep-1869.

iii Carrie N. Bowman born 4-May-1871, died 3-Sep-1891.

18. Hannah Jane Bowman (11.Joseph9, 8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 1835, Pennsylvania, married Charles E. Phipps, born Abt. 1835. Hannah died 1875.

Children:

i Florence N. Phipps born 28-Feb-1855, married (1) Joseph Reed, born Abt. 1855, married (2) Alfred Reed, born Abt. 1855. Florence died 20-Sep-1937.

ii Ole Bull Phipps born 1858, married 22-Mar-1883, Anna Holslag, born Abt. 1858. Ole died 17-Dec-1931.

iii Rosa Belle Phipps born 0-Apr-1862, married Charles R. Lawrence, born Abt. 1862. Rosa died 20-Jan-1937.

iv Nellie Phipps born 12-May-1867, married (1) ____ Smith, born Abt. 1867, married (2) H. Swain, born Abt. 1862. Nellie died 0-Jul-1932.

19. William Newman Bowman (11.Joseph9, 8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 9-Apr-1837, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, married 25-Dec-1862, Mary Elisa Stannard, born 17-Jan-1838, Morrisville, New York., died 26-Feb-1911, Paoli, Indiana. William died 21-Jun-1904, Madison Co., Iowa.

Children:

29. i Hattie Elnora Bowman born 29-Oct-1865.

ii Martha Ann Bowman born 24-Oct-1863, married 9-May-1894, Charles Root, born 31-Oct-1851, died 1902. Martha died 0-Mar-1928, near Mt. Ayr, Iowa. Charles: He lived near Lorimer, Iowa.

30. iii Julia Francis Bowman born 31-Jul-1870.

iv Ella May Bowman born 30-Nov-1878, married 11-Jun-1907, C. W. Gawthrop, born Abt. 1878, Occupation: Methodist Minister. Ella died 9-Feb-1917. C.: lived at Winterset, Iowa

v Mary Cathering Bowman born 21-Mar-1868, died 28-Sep-1874.

vi John Bunyan Bowman born 9-Feb-1873, died 10-Feb-1875.

20. James Bailey King (12.Lovina9, 8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 22-Dec-1838, married Abt. 1860, Mary Lucretia McDonald, born Abt. 1835. James died 29-Aug-1863.

Children:

i Benson B. King born Abt. 1861.

21. Eva E.Bowman (13.Charles9, 8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 31-Oct-1854, Pennsylvania, married Abt. 1873, William Bruner, born 0-Aug-1845, Pennsylvania. Eva died 29-Mar-1937, Blessing, Texas, Buried: 3-Apr-1937, Pine Grove Cem. Corry, Erie Co, PA.

Children:

i Charles O. Bruner born 0-Oct-1874, Pennsylvania.

ii Jane E. Bruner born Abt. 1878, Pennsylvania.

22. Ebenezer S. Cady (14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 20-Jun-1837, Pennsylvania, married 5-Aug-1855, in Harrison, Potter Co., Penn., Catherine A. Steadman, born 1836, New York State, (daughter of Ralzy Steadman and Emily Sperry) died 17-Apr-1891, Andover, Allegany Co., New York. Ebenezer died 3-May-1863, Civil War at Chancellorsville, VA.

Children:

31. i Myron Leander Cady born 3-Dec-1855.

ii Angelo A. Cady born 23-Jan-1857, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, died 3-Jun-1872, Whites Corners Cemetery, PA.

32. iii Willis O. Cady born 25-Apr-1859.

iv Mary A. Cady born 2-Jul-1862, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, died aft 1891. Mary lived in Hornell, 2nd district in 1880 Census with her brother Willis O. Cady. Myron petitioned the Pension Board in 1891 to continue the payment to his sister, Mary A. Cady as she was declard strucken with Idiocy and he was her guardian living in liberty Township, McKean Co., Pa. It was denied. Postal address was Port Alleghany.

23. Alpheus Bowman Cady (14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 30-Oct-1838, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, married 19-Mar-1864, in Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, Henrietta Alzana Snyder, born 9-May-1844, Northumberland County, Penn., (daughter of James William Snyder and Freelove Melissa Howe) died 28-Apr-1915, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, Buried: Sloan Cemetery, Sloan, Iowa. Alpheus died 26-Feb-1912, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, Buried: Sloan Cemetery, Sloan, Iowa. A note in the family bible, written by Irena Cady says "Alpherce Cady lived out west and died There." Alpheus B. Cady moved from Tioga Co., Pa. to Iowa in March 1866. Then moved back to Penn. in 1874, remained 6 years, them moved back to Iowa in 1880. When he married in 1864 one of the witnesses was Irena Clarkson, his sister. He was married by Charleston Philips. OBITUARY - "Bucktail" Regiment Member Dies at Sloan - Alpheus B. Cady was born in Brookfield, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, October 30, 1838, and died at his home in Sloan Monday morning, February 26, aged 72 years, three months and twenty-six days, stomach trouble. Mr. Cady enlisted in Company "A" 1st Regiment of Rifles a Pennsylvania regiment on 21 July 1861 and served four years in the Civil War. Mr. Cady and his family came west and settled in West Fork Township, this county, 1n 1866. There they resided on a farm until in January, 1887, when they moved to Sloan and have since resided. When Mr. Cady came to Woodbury county the Sioux City and Pacific railway had not been built and he cut many ties used in its construction. during the Civil War the deceased served in the renowned "Bucktail" regiment of sharpshooters. He was always distinguished at the many reunions by the wearing of his bucktail. He was at one time a member of the Sioux City G.A.R. post. He served for seven years as marshall and street commioners of the town of Sloan. Mr. Cady leaves his wife and five children to mourn his demise. The children are Harvey and Milo Cady, of Montana; James Cady, of Bronson, and Mrs James Lamb and Mrs. George Harper of Sloan. The funeral services were held at the M.E. Church Tuesday afternoon, Rev. J.B. Stuart conducting the services, Interment was made in the Sloan Cemetery.

Children:

33. i Zella Melissa Cady born 5-Nov-1865.

34. ii Harvey Daniel Cady born 24-Mar-1868.

35. iii Samuel James Cady born 21-Jul-1875.

36. iv Sarah Jane Cady born 3-Aug-1878.

37. v William Milo Cady born 9-Sep-1881.

24. Philinder Cady (14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 8-Nov-1840, Pennsylvania, married 4-Aug-1855, Wellington Stedman, born Abt. 1833, New York State, died 12-Nov-1874. Philinder died 24-Oct-1874.

Children:

i Cortland Stedman born 1859, Pennsylvania.

25. Irena Esther Cady (14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 14-May-1844, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, married 20-Apr-1867, David Clarkson, born 15-Apr-1843, Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, (son of Abraham P. Clarkson and Matilda Tuttle) Occupation: Farmer, died 25-Nov-1912, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Irena died 18-Feb-1923, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Buried: 21-Feb-1923, Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. OBITUARY: Irena E. Clarkson, widow of David Clarkson, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.J. Sawyer, in Troupsburg township, N.Y., Sunday night, February 18, 1923. She had been in poor health for a some time and had not been able to walk for over three years, but she bore her affliction with patience. A week before she died she had tonsilitis, but was better so she sat up some, but was taken worse Saturday night and died Sunday night. Irena E. Clarkson was born on the Lower North Fork May 14, 1844, and was the fourth of a family of six children of Elanson and Sarah Bowman Cady. All are dead except a half-brother, Will D. Mallory, of Sunderlinville. She was married to David Clarkson April 20, 1867. They went to housekeeping in Squab Hollow and lived there for a time, from there going west and in 1870 they bought the place where she died, moved there and built a one-room shanty, cleared up the land. Six children wer born to them, Halcey, who died in infancy; Harry W., who lives in Huntley, Ill.; Sarah B., wife of Fred Briggs, deceased ; Lonsa M., wife of Charles Weldon, deceased; Lena M., wife of Jesse Sawyer, who lives on the old homestead, and Ina D., wife of John Fortner, of Painted Post, NY. Mrs. Clarkson was not much of a hand to go, always preferring to remain at home, and was truly a home loving person. Funeral services were conducted at the house Wednesday afternoon of last week by Rev. Harold H. Charlesworth, pastor of the Austinburg M.E. Church, and interment was in the Woodlawn Cemetery, at Austinburg. David: David Clarkson was born in the town of Ovid, Seneca County, New York, April 15, 1843 and is the oldest of seven children born to Abraham and Matilda Clarkson. David enlisted August 17, 1861 in Co. K, 86th New York Volunteers. His Enlistment Papers state that David was born in Ovid, New York and stood 5 ft. 11-1/2 inches in height. He was of light complexion, with blue eyes and brown hair. He listed his occupation at that time as farmer. He enrolled for three years and served as a member of the Late Capt. John Phinneys' Company K. He fought in the Battles of Second Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Beverly's Ford and Gettysburg. During this time he was taken sick, but remained until September when he was honorably discharged on the front in Petersburg, Va. by reason of "Expiration of Term of Service" on September 14, 1864. In that same year, 1864, he bought a farm in Squab Hollow and lived in a log house near the corner of Squab Hollow Road and Brookfield Road. In 1867 he married Irene Esther Cady, daughter of Alanson and Sarah (Bowman) Cady, of Brookfield, Pa., by whom he had six children. In 1869 he sold his farm on Squab Hollow and went West but shortly returned to the Jordon Settlement (Parallel) and bought a farm consisting of about 50 acres on July 18, 1883. (Book 180, Page 132) In April of 1885 he bought an additional 28 acres and paid $650. for it. (Book 180, Page 215) He made a specialty of hay and sheep. He lived in a log house, and built a new house on the new road. He was a church going man and attended the Methodist Church in Austinburg, Pa. He was Constable for three or four years and was a member of S.A. Baily Post No. 351, G.A.R. of Troupsburg. His obituary reads: DAVID CLARKSON DIES SUDDENLY--This town was surprised and saddened Monday morning when the call came to funeral director H.B. Jones to come and take charge of the body of David Clarkson. Mr. Clarkson had not been enjoying the best of health for some time but was around and came to town as usual, and was in Knoxville last Friday, consequently his family and many friends did not consider his condition serious. Monday morning, November 25, 1912, he was around as usual and about 9 o'clock he walked toward the stove for some purpose, falling to the floor and when picked up he gasped only a time or two and was dead. Mr. Clarkson resided on his farm just over the state line in Troupsburg, a short distance from Austinburg. He was one of the substantial and reliable men of his community, strictly honest and honorable and despised anything that was not strictly to the letter in his dealings. He was a good neighbor, husband and father. He was a member of Troups Creek Grange of Austinburg, a soldier of the Civil War and a pensioner, a member of S.A. Baley Post of Troupsburg, and one of the most regular attendants at all the meetings of the Post, he was a church going man and a supporter of the church. He was 69 years old. Besides his wife, he is survived by one son, Harry Clarkson, now in the West; three daughters, Sarah, wife of Fred Briggs, of Painted Post, New York; Lena, wife of Jesse Sawyer of Chenango County, New York and Ina, wife of John Fortner, who resides on the Clarkson farm in Troupsburg. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon of this week at 2 o'clock in the Methodist Church at Austinburg, Rev. M.R. Chapman, pastor of the church, will officiate, and the interment will be in the Woodlawn Cemetery at Austinburg.

Children:

i Halsey A. Clarkson born 5-Jan-1868, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, died 3-May-1872, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York. Halsey died at a young age and therefore never married. Cause of death was Spinal Meningitis.

ii Harry W. Clarkson born 20-May-1871, Parallel Rd., Trouspburg, NY, Occupation: Farmer, died Aft 1905. Harry W. Clarkson went West when he was a young man and made a claim of 160 acres. When he came home for a visit he was injured in the woods resulting in the amputation of his right arm. He later removed to Huntly, Illinois in 1891. He Never married.

38. iii Sarah "Sate" B. Clarkson born 8-Jul-1873.

39. iv Louisa M. Clarkson born 11-Feb-1876.

40. v Lena Mae Clarkson born 26-May-1880.

41. vi Ina D. Clarkson born 17-Sep-1882.

26. Ava May Gardner (15.Mary9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 26-Oct-1876, married 2-Sep-1897, John MacLean, born Abt. 1865.

Children:

42. i Xenna Katherine MacLean born 1-Mar-1900.

Eleventh Generation

27. William Wallace Baker (16.Lucy10, 10.Elmina9, 8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 16-Jun-1866, Brookfield Twp., Tioga Co., Penn., married 29-Jun-1887, Lucinda M. Moore, born 10-Aug-1868, (daughter of Samuel Moore and Margaret Dougherty). William died 26-Sep-1955, Cowanesque, Tioga Co., PA.

Children:

i William LeRoy Baker born 16-May-1890, married 19-Feb-1913, Grace Phoenix, born 2-May-1893, (daughter of Calvin Phoinix and Viola Ives).

ii Stanley Edward Baker born 2-Nov-1892.

iii John Russell Baker born 29-Apr-1899, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, Occupation: Security Guard, married 1920, in Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA, Mattie Bush, born 27-May-1892, (daughter of John Henry Bush and Maria (Myra) Owens) Occupation: Teacher, died 7-Jul-1943. John died Corning, Steuben County, NY.

iv Lucy Lovina Baker born 5-Jun-1909.

28. Elbert G. Bowman (17.John10, 11.Joseph9, 8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 15-Sep-1869, married Fannie Camp, born Abt. 1870. Elbert died 2-Apr-1949.

Children:

i Carrie Bowman born 3-Jun-1901, married 12-Sep-1934, William George Rubadon, born Abt. 1900.

ii Sara Bowman born 11-Jun-1903, married Linden John Clark, born Abt. 1903.

iii Walter Frank Bowman born 18-Feb-1905, married Margaret Casson, born Abt. 1905.

29. Hattie Elnora Bowman (19.William10, 11.Joseph9, 8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 29-Oct-1865, near Winterset, Iowa., married 4-Nov-1901, George N. Moffatt, born 11-Oct-1864, Nova Scotia, Canada., died 18-Jan-1950, Big Timber, Montana. Hattie died 10-Jan-1926, Pierre, South Dakota.

Children:

i Susie Corrine Moffatt born 19-Dec-1903, Okobojo, South Dakota, married 28-Aug-1924, in Pierre, South Dakota, James Oral Matthew, born 25-Jul-1893, died bef 1972. Susie died aft 1972. Applied for membership to the National society of the Daughters of the American Revolution in September 1972. She was married by rev. Orin Boyce.

30. Julia Francis Bowman (19.William10, 11.Joseph9, 8.Godfrey8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 31-Jul-1870, married 1-May-1887, Edward Jacobs, born 24-May-1860, Ft. Dodge, Iowa., died 16-Jun-1931, Mt. Ayr, Iowa. Julia died 3-Oct-1941. Edward: They lived at Mt. Ayr, Iowa.

Children:

i Dean Jacobs born 0-Sep-1890, Mt. Ayer, Iowa.

ii William Jacobs born 24-Aug-1892.

iii Hattie Lenora Jacobs born 9-Jun-1894, married 29-Jun-1913, in Caledonia, Iowa., Orr Wright.

31. Myron Leander Cady (22.Ebenezer10, 14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 3-Dec-1855, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, married 10-May-1884, Margaret O'Haver, born Abt. 1855. Myron died 1931, Allegany Co., New York. He was known by the "Leander". He lived in 1891 in Liberty Township, (Port Allegheny), McKean Co., Penn..

Children:

i Erwin Cady born 0-Nov-1886.

ii Tara Cady born 0-Apr-1889. The name also may have been "Fara".

iii Drexel Cady born 0-Nov-1890.

iv Louis Cady born 0-Nov-1891.

v Theron Cady born 28-Feb-1897, died 27-Mar-1974. According to Social Security Death Index he died in 1974.

32. Willis O. Cady (22.Ebenezer10, 14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 25-Apr-1859, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, Occupation: Trainman/Blacksmith, married (1) 27-Dec-1881, in Hornellsville, Steuben Co., NY, Josephine Turner, born 1865, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, (daughter of William Turner) died 10-Mar-1887, Hornell, Steuben Co., NY, Buried: Hope Cemetery, Hornell, NY, married (2) 21-Aug-1888, in Hornell, Steuben Co., NY, Fanny B. Palmer, born 18-Feb-1866, McKean Co., Pa., (daughter of Henry F. Palmer and Ellen E. Hawley) died 2-Jan-1939, Buried: Hope Cemetery, Hornell, NY. Willis died 26-Nov-1905, Hornell, Steuben Co., NY, Buried: Hope Cemetery, Hornell, NY. AKA Wallace. Willis lived in Hornell for 25 years at the time of his death. He worked for the Erie Railroad for 25 years but worked for the Shawmut RR at the time of his death. Fanny: She was married before to Horace Bornt.

Children by Josephine Turner:

i Pearl L. Cady born ---Jul-1883, Hornell, Steuben Co., NY, married 20-Feb-1901, in Canaseraga, Allegany Co., NY, Edwin Blank, born Abt. 1885, (son of L. Blank and Lydia Coleman). Pearl died 22-Feb-1902, Burns, Allegany Co., NY, Buried: Hope Cemetery, Hornell, NY. Pearl died as a result of a Cerebrial Hemmorage.

Children by Fanny B. Palmer:

ii Milton "Jim" Palmer Cady born 18-May-1904, Hornell, Steuben Co., NY, Occupation: Boiler Maker -- 1922, married (1) 25-Dec-1922, in Canisteo, Steuben Co., New York, Zetha M. Austin, born Abt 1905, Ward, New York., (daughter of Rutherford L. Austin and Angeline Yeoman) married (2) 6-May-1930, in Montrose, Susquehanna Co., PA, Ellen "Nellie" Donovan, born 2-Feb-1909, Dushore, Sullivan Co., Pa., died 21-Sep-1980, Binghamton, Broome Co., NY. Milton died ---Nov-1952, Binghamton, Broome Co., NY. Zetha: Their marriage was performed by John H. Sandmyer in Canisteo, New York. The marriage lasted only about 2 or 3 months.

33. Zella Melissa Cady (23.Alpheus10, 14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 5-Nov-1865, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, married 18-Mar-1886, in Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, James Foster Lamb, born 11-Apr-1834, Centre Co., Pa., (son of William Lamb and Sarah _____) died 5-Apr-1904, Soldiers Home, Marshalltown, Iowa., Buried: Marshalltown, Iowa. Zella died 31-May-1939, Salix, Woodbury Co., Iowa.

Children:

i Daughter Lamb born 1886, died 1886, Stillborn.

ii Foster Milo Lamb born 5-Nov-1887, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, married 26-May-1912, Alpha Earle Higgins, died 2-Jun-1955, Sioux City Hosp., Iowa., Buried: Sloan Cemetery, Sloan, Iowa. Foster died 6-Feb-1970, Onawa Hosp., Onawa, Iowa., Buried: Sloan Cemetery, Sloan, Iowa.

iii Rosa May lamb born 9-Dec-1889, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, married 13-Feb-1907, in Sioux City, Iowa, Walter Wallace Glover, born 8-Aug-1880, Thurman, Fremont Co., Iowa., (son of William Lafayette Glover and Emily Frances Rains) died 12-Feb-1967, Ogden, Weber Co., Utah, Buried: Aultorest Mem. Park Cem., Ogden, Utah. Rosa died 5-Mar-1978, Ogden, Weber Co., Utah, Buried: Aultorest Mem. Park Cem., Ogden, Utah. Walter and Rosa moved to Ogden, Utah in 1943 to work the Government plants during WWII. Rosa was a member of the Methodist Church in Sloan, Iow Up until she married. Walter: Walter was a farmer in Iowa near Sloan, Iowa and also worked in his fathers sawmill. Walter was against going to church.

iv Daniel Clinton Lamb born 28-Feb-1892, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, married 1-Mar-1913, in Sioux City, Iowa, Irma A. Hanson, born 3-Aug-1892, Plantsville, Ohio, (daughter of Joseph S. Hanson and Frances Linscott) died 24-Feb-1994, Missoula, Montana., Buried: 28-Feb-1994, Sunset Mem. Gardens, Missoula, Mont. Daniel died 3-Dec-1957, Missoula, Montana., Buried: Sunset Mem. Gardens, Missoula, Mont. Went by the name "Clinton"

34. Harvey Daniel Cady (23.Alpheus10, 14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 24-Mar-1868, Woodbury Co., Iowa, married 5-Dec-1891, Nellie Wellington, born 4-Dec-1873, died 27-Aug-1956, Missoula, Montana. Harvey died 5-Nov-1962, Missoula, Montana.

Children:

i Freida Margaret Cady born 3-May-1893, Climbing Hill, Iowa, married (1) 30-Nov-1911, Claude Charles Felts, born Abt. 1893, died 1931, married (2) Earle Quesnel, died 14-May-1952.

ii Margie Grace Cady born 22-Jan-1896, Climbing Hill, Iowa, married 14-Oct-1914, Andrew Pringle, born 12-Jan-1888.

35. Samuel James Cady (23.Alpheus10, 14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 21-Jul-1875, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, married (1) 1-Feb-1897, in Woodbury Co., Iowa, Tillie Irene Brown, born 7-Mar-1876, died 30-May-1923, Buried: Climbing Hill Cemetery, Iowa., married (2) 3-Sep-1912, Maggie McClure, died 5-Oct-1947. Samuel died 3-Jun-1956, San Mateo, San Mateo Co., Calif., Buried: Mesa Memorial Pk Cem., Redwood City, CA. Tillie: She lost her mind and was in a Sanitarium for several years prior to her death.

Children by Tillie Irene Brown:

i Florence Marie Cady born 12-Oct-1897, Climbing Hill, Iowa, married (1) 1918, divorced 1923, Michael J. Smith, born 26-Aug-1900, married (2) Arthur Karlburg, born Abt. 1900. Florence died 5-Aug-1975.

ii Edna Murriel Cady born 27-Jun-1899, Climbing Hill, Iowa, married 29-Aug-1922, John Edward Willimas, born 4-Jan-1888, died 9-Jan-1968, Buried: Oregon Trail Mem. Cem., Bridgeport, Neb. Edna died 0-Aug-1982, Buried: Oregon Trail Mem. Cem., Bridgeport, Neb. They had no children.

iii Alice Edith Cady born 27-Sep-1901, Climbing Hill, Iowa, married 6-Jul-1923, Victor Vale Vivian Wyant, born 29-Jul-1897, died 21-Apr-1974.

iv Gerald Leslie Cady born 3-Jul-1904, Climbing Hill, Iowa, married (1) 1924/25, divorced, Velma Barr, born Abt. 1905, married (2) 1931/32, Rosanna Josephine Meisinger, born Abt. 1905. Gerald died 19-Nov-1963. Lived in California. Velma: Velma and Gerald divorced.

v Daughter Cady born 1908, Climbing Hill, Iowa, died 1908, Climbing Hill, Iowa.

36. Sarah Jane Cady (23.Alpheus10, 14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 3-Aug-1878, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, married 25-Jul-1895, George Marion Harper, born 20-Jan-1872, died 12-Mar-1955, Buried: Logan Park Cem., Sioux City, Iowa. Sarah died 12-May-1924, Sioux City, Iowa, Buried: Sloan Cemetery, Sloan, Iowa. belonged to Methodist Church.

Children:

i Cory Lee Harper born 9-Jul-1896, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, died 4-Dec-1896.

ii Ruth Harper born 13-Jan-1898, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, married (1) 3-Aug-1920, in Dakota City, Nebraska, Harlan Jackson Widgery, born 6-Jul-1896, Nebraska, died 4-Feb-1928, Sioux City, Iowa, Buried: Logan Park Cem., Sioux City, Iowa, married (2) 1-Dec-1932, William Weigel, born 20-Oct-1886, died 25-Aug-1962. Ruth died 30-Mar-1955, Industrial City, Missouri.

iii Johnny True Harper born 6-Jun-1899, Hubbard, Nebraska., died 29-Mar-1901.

iv Henriette Alzana Harper born 3-Dec-1900, Hubbard, Nebraska., died 18-Feb-1902.

v Robert Harper born 13-Aug-1902, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, married 11-Aug-1928, Vinnie Elizabeth Lariviere, born 23-Jun-1909. Robert died 23-Oct-1955, Sioux City, Iowa.

vi Rena Harper born 25-Sep-1903, married 25-Jun-1924, Victor Charles Lundgren, born 13-Aug-1897, died 21-Dec-1972, Buried: Logan Park Cem., Sioux City, Iowa.

vii Hattie May Harper born 18-Dec-1904, married (1) 27-Aug-1923, Calvin George Nelson, born 1-Apr-1897, Onawa, Iowa., died 2-Jan-1963, Iowa City, Iowa., Buried: Logan Park Cem., Sioux City, Iowa, married (2) 23-Jun-1956, divorced 1959, Walter William Barnes, born 30-Jan-1897. Hattie died 16-Jan-1965, Los Angeles, Hosp., Calif., Buried: Burbank Cem. N. Hollywood, Calif. She had bone cancer. Calvin: Divorced from Calvin June 15, 1956. Walter: Divorced from Walter Feb. 19, 1959.

viii Nellie Leona Harper born 23-May-1906, Sioux City, Iowa, married 3-Apr-1923, Theodore John Richter, born 21-Jan-1901.

ix Amanda Frances Harper born 10-Jul-1907, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, married 11-Sep-1924, Marvin Allen Henshaw, born Abt. 1906, died 18-Feb-1997, Spokane, Washington, Buried: Spokane Mem. Gardens, Spokane, WA. Amanda died 0-Sep-1996, Spokane, Washington, Buried: Spokane Mem. Gardens, Spokane, WA.

x Albert Harper born 16-Apr-1909, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, died 22-May-1910.

xi Edward Harper born 23-Jun-1910, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, married 3-Apr-1931, Delores Van Cleave, born 28-Jul-1913. He was called Eddie.

xii Ina Harper born 2-Jun-1912, Sloan, Woodbury Co., Iowa, married 26-Jul-1930, Walter Guston Eppling, born 26-Sep-1901.

xiii Lucy Harper born 8-Nov-1918, died 16-Jun-1919, Pierre, South Dakota.

37. William Milo Cady (23.Alpheus10, 14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 9-Sep-1881, Woodbury Co., Iowa, married 9-Dec-1903, Marian C. Weir, born 26-Oct-1880. Called "Milo". Marian: Went by the name "Mary".

Children:

i Horace William Cady born 2-May-1905, married 10-Aug-1927, in Libby, Montana., Marjorie Eve Erdman, born 20-Mar-1905.

38. Sarah "Sate" B. Clarkson (25.Irena10, 14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 8-Jul-1873, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, married 16-Nov-1890, in Woodhull, Steuben Co., New York, Frederick D. Briggs, born 30-Apr-1873, Painted Post, Steuben Co., NY, (son of Perry Briggs and Mary Baker) Occupation: Lumber yard, died 14-Nov-1945, South Corning, New York., Buried: Hope Cemetery, Corning, NY. Sarah died 23-May-1917, Corning Town, Steuben Co., New York, Buried: Hope Cemetery, Corning, NY.

Children:

i Iona D. Briggs born 18-Mar-1894, married (1) 12-Sep-1911, in Woodhull, Steuben Co., New York, Clayton White, born Abt 1886, married (2) 10-May-1920, in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Sheldon J. Merrick, Jr., born 1887, (son of Sheldon J. Merrick, Sr. and Mary Bailey). Iona died 23-Jan-1975.

ii Leona M. Briggs born 14-Nov-1896, Warren, Pa., married (1) 24-Dec-1913, in Corning Town, Steuben Co., New York, Jay D. McUmber, born 25-Jun-1892, (son of Robert A. McUmber and Estella V. White) died 1945, married (2) 22-Feb-1947, George "Pete" Edwards, born Abt 1900, married (3) 2-Jun-1977, Clarence Huston, born Abt. 1900. Leona died 21-Apr-1983. They lived in Valois in 1974.

iii Harold F. Briggs born 23-Aug-1899, married 20-Mar-1918, in Corning Town, Steuben Co., New York, Margaret "Margie" A. Witter, born 11-Jun-1900, (daughter of Ernest Witter and Lena Lounsberry) died 2-Sep-1978, Corning, Steuben County, NY, Buried: Hope Cemetery, Corning, NY. Harold died 6-Aug-1976, Corning, Steuben County, NY, Buried: Hope Cemetery, Corning, NY. There are no children from this marriage. Social Security number 068-03-3661. Harold lived in South Corning, New York.

iv David Elmer Briggs born 19-Jul-1909, died 12-Aug-1912, Erwin, Steuben Co., NY.

v Arvid L. Briggs born 10-Aug-1914, Corning, Steuben County, NY, married 1-Apr-1937, in Corning Town, Steuben Co., New York, Rachel B. Pock, born 20-Apr-1918, Corning, Steuben County, NY, (daughter of John L. Pock and Effie Miller) Occupation: Corning Glass Co., died 19-Sep-1986, Buried: Hope Cemetery, Corning, NY. Arvid died 24-Apr-1974, Buried: Hope Cemetery, Corning, NY. Arvid was a Pattern Maker for the Ingersall Rand Company of Painted Post, New York. Rachel: Social Security number 101-26-7681. Rachel worked for Corning Glass Company of Corning, new York for 37 years.

39. Louisa M. Clarkson (25.Irena10, 14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 11-Feb-1876, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, married 12-May-1896, in Warren, Pa., Charles Weldon, born Abt. 1875, Olean, Cattaraugus Co., NY. Louisa died 9-Oct-1899, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Louise went to Warren, PA to work and there she met Charles Weldon of Olean. She died of Tuberculosis at the age of 24 years. The Clarkson Family Bible lists her name as Louisa Clarkson but her tombstone says "Louesa".

Children:

i Harry D. Weldon born 1-Feb-1897, married Doris Crull, born 16-Feb-1908, (daughter of Will Crull and Olga Tingwalt). Doris: There are no children listed for this marriage, but it is believed that one child was adopted by them.

ii Herbert C. Weldon born 16-Nov-1898, died 17-Aug-1899. Hulburt died at the early age of 9 months and therefore never married. The Clarkson family bible appears to read Herbert C. Weldon. while another source says Hulburt C. Weldon.

40. Lena Mae Clarkson (25.Irena10, 14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 26-May-1880, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Occupation: Housewife, married 25-Nov-1909, in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Jesse Jennings Sawyer, born 7-Mar-1883, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, (son of Joseph Jennings Sawyer and Emma Maria Rowley) Occupation: Farmer, died 16-May-1960, Windsor, Broome County, New York, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Lena died 29-Apr-1948, St. James Hospital, Hornell, NY, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Lena was born on the farm in Troupsburg and lived there most of her life. She married Jesse Sawyer and lived in Greene, Chenango County, NY for three years. After the death of her father, David, she bought the old homestead and returned to Troupsburg. Jesse: The OBITUARY of - Jesse J. Sawyer, Austinburg Native, Buried Today - Jesse J. Sawyer, 77 of Windsor, N.Y. a former Austinburg resident, died at his home, Monday, May 16, 1960. Ill since Christmas, Mr. Sawyer suffered a heart attack early Monday afternoon, from which he failed to recover. Funeral services will be held from the Austinburg Methodist Church, at 2 P.M., today with Rev. Carl Vanderburg, Painted Post, officiating. Burial will be made in the Woodlawn Cemetery, Austinburg. The Griggs Funeral Home is in charge of the service. Surviving are: wife, Maude; 3 sons, Kenneth of Woodhull, R. D.; Jennings of Troupsburg and Clifford of Woodhull, R.D.: a step-daughter, Madeline Norton of Binghamton; 22 grandchildren, 2 step-grandchldren; 11 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Cassie Phelps of Chenango Forks and Mrs. Cora Hulbert of Triangle, New York. Mr. Sawyer was the son of Joseph and Emma Rowley Sawyer, born in Troupsburg Township, March 7, 1883. After local schooling, he married Lena Clarkson of Woodhull, November 25, 1909. The couple farmed the Clarkson place on the Austinburg-Woodhull Road for nearly 40 years, until Mrs. Sawyer died in 1948. He moved to Windsor in 1949 and remarried. His second wife, Maude Phelps, survives. He was a member of the Austinburg Grange.

Children:

i Kenneth Jesse Sawyer born 6-Oct-1910, Greene, Chenango Co., New York, Occupation: farmer, married 31-Jan-1930, in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Helen Ione Payne, born 4-Jan-1913, Westfield, (Mixtown) Tioga Co., PA, (daughter of David C. Payne and Althea M. Bush) Occupation: Housewife, died 16-Jan-1978, St. James Hospital, Hornell, NY, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Kenneth died 20-Oct-1980, Arnot-Ogden Medical Center, Elmira, NY, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Kenneth J. Sawyer was born at Greene, NY. In about 1912 he moved with his parents to the David Clarkson homestead in Troupsburg Township, Steuben Co., NY. He attended school at Troupsburg's District #14 in Parallel. After marriage he spent several years working on various farms and odd jobs. Then he became employed in the Cowanesque Valley Iron Works (Ripple's Foundry) where he learned the molders trade. He then went to work in the Ingersoll Rand Foundry at Painted Post in 1941. In December of 1943 they purchased a house and lot from Walter Kilbourn, Jr. off the Troups Creek Road near Austinburg, Pa. Later he got a job in Bates Feed Mill of Knoxville, Pa. His place of residence in 1955 was Woodhull, Steuben Co., NY.

ii Jennings "Jiggs" David Sawyer born 10-Jun-1912, Greene, Chenango Co., New York, Occupation: Worker Elkland Tannery, married 25-Aug-1934, in Woodhull, Steuben Co., New York, Ruth Marie Johnson, born 21-Oct-1914, Clymer Township,Tioga Co., PA, (daughter of Herman Ruel Johnson and Joyce Naomi Kimball) Occupation: Troupsburg Tax Collector. Jennings died 29-May-1975, St. James Hospital, Hornell, NY, Buried: 31-May-1975, Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Jiggs parents moved to Troupsburg when he was young. He met Ruth when he and a friend were going to the movies in June 1934. One day they went for a ride and stopped in Troupsburg, NY and bought a marriage license. Then they drove over to Woodhull, NY where they were married. They were hesitant about telling their parents they were married so Jiggs took Ruth home and they spent their wedding night apart in their separate homes. They told their parents the next day and Jiggs took Ruth home with him the next night and they lived with Jiggs parents for a few months before they rented a house down the road a mile or so. Both Ruth & Jiggs worked for the Trowbridge Saw Mill in Sabinsville for a time after they married. They bought a house on Squab Hollow Road in Troupsburg, N.Y. on May 27, 1937 for the sum of $700.00. As it did not have any indoor plumbing, Jiggs built an addition on the back of the house that included a bedroom, a bathroom and a large back porch. His father, Jesse Sawyer helped with the construction of the addition. A new well was also drilled because before this Ruth had to carry water from the Ralph Eddy farm, which was up the road about a quarter mile. In January 1965 Jiggs and Ruth moved uptown to Troupsburg and Jiggs remodeled the whole house or practically all of it. He gutted the whole second floor and half of the first floor. Lawrence Thomas, a carpenter, helped Jiggs rebuild the stairway to the second floor and down to the cellar, but Jiggs did most of rest of the work himself. He then proceeded to build two large bedrooms along with a hallway, stairway room on the second floor and enlarged the livingroom to about double its previous size. They lived in this house for 53 years and most of their children were born there. Jiggs worked for the Elkland Tannery for almost 40 years before the Tannery closed. Jiggs became ill with lung cancer and had an operation where they removed most of one of his lungs and part of the other. He died of Lung cancer in May 1975. Jiggs enjoyed woodworking, and he had a coin and a stamp collection. Jiggs stood 5'10" tall and weighted about 220 lbs.. While working at the Tannery he was a night watchman, chauffeur, grounds keeper and stockroom worker. Ruth: RUTH graduated from the Sabinsville School (11th grade) in June 1930; She then graduated from the Westfield High School in June 1931, and then attended and graduated from the Meekers (Elmira) Business Institute in June 1932. After graduation she could not find a business job so she went to work for the Eclipes plant in Elmira until 1933 when she became ill and her mother asked her to return home to Westfield, PA. She met and married Jiggs the next year. Ruth raised a large family and worked outside the home at the same time. She was elected Troupsburg Tax Collector and served in that capacity for over 20 years. She was also the telephone operator for a few years. She lost that job when the new dial phone system was installed about 1965.

iii Clifford Jay Sawyer born 21-Feb-1919, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, married 9-May-1941, in Woodhull, NY in the Morehouse Home, Anna Elvira Morehouse, born 18-Oct-1921, Woodhull, Steuben Co., New York, (daughter of Floyd Morehouse and Clarice Decelia Jordan) Occupation: Housewife. Clifford was born on the homestead in Troupsburg Twp., Steuben County, NY. After attending the Troupsburg District #14 school in Parallel, he helped his father on the farm until 1936 when he began work as sextons helper in the Austinburg Woodlawn Cemetery. After four years he became employed in the Cowanesque Valley Iron Works (Ripple's Foundry) where he learned the trade of moulding. When he had worked there for ten months he got a job as a molder in the Ingersoll Rand Foundry at Painted Post, New York. In March 1943 he and his wife purchased a farm in Cook Hollow in Troupsburg Township. In July, 1943 he quit Ingersoll-Rand and went to work farming. In 1950 he went to work for the Corning Glass Works. In August of 1963 he and his wife moved to Lindley, New York and now make their residence at 10152 Tannery Creek Rd, Lindley. Anna: was born October 18, 1921 in Woodhull, N.Y. to the parents of Floyd Morehouse and Clarice Decelia Jordan. Her education comprised attending grades 1 - 3 at the Woodhull School Dist #13, grades 4 - 8 in Knoxville, Pa., grade 9 in Woodhull, N.Y., and 10 - 12 grade in Knoxville graduating from Knoxville in 1939. She attends the Austinburg Baptist Church along with the East Lindley Baptist Church. She states that during her leisure hours she enjoys sewing, reading, gardening and teaching SS.

41. Ina D. Clarkson (25.Irena10, 14.Sarah9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 17-Sep-1882, Clarkson Homestead, Parallel, Occupation: Housewife, married 8-Jan-1905, in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, John D. Fortner, born 24-Sep-1885, Occupation: Farmer, died 27-Sep-1944, Bath, Steuben Co., NY, Buried: Nondaga Cemetery, Bath, Steuben Co., NY. Ina died 12-Dec-1936, Corning Hospital, Steuben Co., NY, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Ina was born on the old Clarkson homestead in Parallel, Troupsburg Township, Steuben County, New York. She attended school at the Jordan District #14 in Parallel. After marriage she and her husband worked the place until after the death of her father. They then moved to several different places, finally to Riverside, NY. She died of cancer in the Corning Hospital.

Children:

i Keith K. Fortner born 17-May-1915, died 3-Jul-1933, Lindley, Steuben Co., NY, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Died in a hunting accident. He was crossing a fence and his gun discharged killing him. He was 18 years old when he died and never married.

ii Katherine Fortner born 4-Feb-1917, married 11-Aug-1934, in Caton, Steuben Co., NY, Bert Randall, born 14-Feb-1911, died 9-Jan-1980.

42. Xenna Katherine MacLean (26.Ava10, 15.Mary9, 9.Alpheus8, 7.Walter7, 6.Thomas6, 5.Jonathan5, 4.Francis4, 3.Nathaniel3, 2.John2, 1.Robert1) born 1-Mar-1900, Brookfield Twp., Tioga Co., Penn., married 15-Aug-1925, in Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, Marion Bush Payne, born 16-Nov-1905, Jasper, Steuben Co., New York, (son of David C. Payne and Althea M. Bush) Occupation: Farmer/Carpenter. Xenna died 17-Sep-1955, Westfield Twp, Tioga Co., PA.

Children:

i Elinor Jeanne Payne born 20-Aug-1926, Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, Occupation: Guidance Counselor, married 23-Oct-1954, in Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA, Boyer Kantz, born 14-Aug-1927, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA, (son of John Boyer Kantz and Marion Gertrude Kirkpatrick) Occupation: Surveyor/Forester.

ii Ava Helen Payne born 4-Jun-1928, Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, Occupation: School Administrator, married 20-Jun-1948, in Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, Howard Riley Foster, born 28-Jul-1927, Blossburg, Tioga Co., PA, (son of Elloyd Wheeler Foster and Alice Parsons) Occupation: Postmaster.

iii Margery Annette Payne born 6-Sep-1934, Osceola, Tioga Co., PA, Occupation: Secretary, married 12-Jun-1954, in Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA, Paul Morgan McCarthy, born 8-Aug-1932, Brookfield Twp., Tioga Co., Penn., (son of Edward McCarthy and Betty Cleveland) Occupation: Surveyor/Draftsman, died 15-Feb-1980, Knoxville, Tioga Co., PA.

 

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