ABBEY - My husband's great-great grandfather, Charles Edgar Abbey, was born in Sidney Centre in 1843. His parents were James and Susanna Abbey. He had a brother, Moses Abbey,born in 1840. This is all the info I have and wish to know more. Is it possible that the spelling might have changed? Thank you for your help.
Barbara Shaltis - posted 10-2012
ABELL - Seeking the parents of Eliza Abell, believed to have been born in Norwich, CT, circa 1795. She married Samuel Todd, an 1812 veteran. of Redkill, Middletown, Delaware Co, about 1818. She was still living with her sons and daughter, James, Dudley, and Elsa Todd in Redkill in the 1880 census. Her brother, Zebadiah Abell, was also an 1812 vet and married to Judith Beadle. Their mother was believed to be Sally Smith Abell, the widow of ? Abell, when she arrived or soon after she arrived in Delaware County, where she married 2nd, Matthias Redmond, and had 7 more children including William and David Redmond.
Ed Stewart - posted 02-2004
ABELL - Seeking marriage information for Emory S. Abell and Ruth Northway. Emory was born in 1818, probably in Lebanon, CT. He died in 1884, probably in Franklin, Delaware County, NY. They had at least one son, Otis Northway Abell, born at Franklin, Delaware County, June 16, 1846.
Audrey Zatarian - posted 01-99
ABELL - I am seeking to find the death date of Joseph Abell, who lived in Franklin. I have an unproven source that states he died in 1807, but no date or location. Also, I believe his son to be Roger Abell, who died in Franklin on April 4, 1794, but have never been able to make a
connection between the two. I have searched in Lebanon, Conn. for records to no avail. Can you help?
Richard J. Mauthe - posted 11-98
ABLER - I am searching for Charles Abler B 6 23 1889 in Austria. He is listed on the WWI Civilian Draft registration in Delaware #1, New York. Did he die in that state ? His parents lived in New Jersey. Their occupation was Embroidery puncher. Parents were Karl Abler and Katherina Schuster. Any info or advice would be helpful.
Joyce Abler Schumacher - posted 08-2000
ACKER - I am trying to research my g grandparents, Moses Roberts and Rachael Acker. I believe Moses was born in 1814 and Rachael in 1826. I was told Rachael was from NY State and possibly Pond Eddy. I know they had a child while living in NY. They moved to Wayne County, PA.
Patricia - posted 09-98
ACKERLY - Interested in the Akerly/Ackerly families in Delaware Co., Towns of Middletown and Andes, particularly in and around the Arena area. Have many names from 1790 thru 1850 census but have not been able to line up children with heads of households. Of particular interest in John (Johannas) b. 4/4/1764 (I think), his ancestors and descendants. Thank you.
Jim Bramley - posted 12-2006
ACKERLY- I am seeking information about a Priscilla ACKERLY who m. a Jesse (Justus?) KELLY (b. ca. 1814 in the Town of Middletown). What were the children names for them and their DOBs? I am also in any descendant info for this family.
Joe Kelly- posted 04-2004
ACKERLY - Looking for parents of Peter S ACKERLY and his wife Mary Jane MOORE. They were married in Middletown 2-13-1853 and the record states both were of Middletown. Peter was born 1827/28 & Mary Jane abt 1831/32 according to 1880 Fed Census which shows them with son, Ira R and daughter Arelia L living in Andes, Delaware Co. Any sliver of new info would be greatly appreciated.
Patty Gill - posted 04-2003
ACKERLY - I'm trying to find something about William and Deborah ACKERLY, parents of Elizabeth b 1798 in NY, probably near Roxbury. Thank you.
Nancy Gray - posted 09-2000
ACKERLY - Robert Ackerly/Ackley, born 1814 in Delaware County, NY....his parents were John Ackerly & Jane ?...m. ca 1846...looking for any history on this family and other siblings... Contact by e-mail or at snailmail: Houston Devins, 1000 Boyd Avenue,
Newton, KS 67114
Houston Devins - posted 03-97
ACKERSON - I am the son of Gerald V. Ackerson son of Garrett and Mae(Wormuth), I have found quite a bit about the Wormuths but almost nothing about My grandparents James and and Elinor(Welton) or their ancestors. I would greatly appreciate any information available. To sum up I am looking for surnames: Ackerson(Eckerson), Wormuth, Welton, Helllstine and Conklin.
Gary Ackerson - posted 03-2003
Looking for information on Sarah ACKERT, born in Stamford, NY, prior to
1855. Married to Robert SILVERNAIL and mother of Kate SILVERNAIL. Any
and all help is sincerley appreciated.
Joseph E. Smith - posted 06-98
ADAMS - I found an article on line yesterday about descendants of James Adams, and toward the end of the article, that was 9 pages long, I found the name Delilah Adams, who was the daughter of Jonathan Adams and Degroat/Lane. My great-great grandmother's name was Delilah Adams and she was half Indian but that is really all I know about her. She married John Pipes and he was born around 1827. They were born around the same time. The Delilah in the article had a twin sister named Diana and my g-g-grandmother named one of her children Diana. I know that could be purely coincidental though. John and Delilah Pipes ended up in Hardin Co. Tennessee in Savannah. I am looking for information beyond the article, such as, who Delilah Adams married? I believe she is my great-great grandmother.
Cindy Johnson - posted 11-2009
ADAMS - Looking for info. on Harry Sidney Adams parents, Harry brn 12/12/1893 in Sidney, trying to get a birth certificate or anything to determine parents. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Elle Pearce - posted 01-2005
ADAMS - Hiram J. Adams born Delaware Co. August 1810. Moved to Morgan Co. Ohio by 1820 with Richard and Sara "Todd" Jenkins. Several other Jenkins, all newly from Wales via Delaware Co. were in the group. I think Sara Todd Jenkins may have been Hiram's mother who remarried Richard Jenkins after his father died or otherwise disappeared. I have also noted that the name Bird was used for two generations after NY and that it was in the Delaware Co. Todd family too. Would very much like to place Hiram and his ancestors.
Daniel E. Adams - posted 08-98
ADAMS - Fannie Adams married William HEMPSTEAD - her children were born in the 1860s -- George, Charles, Jennie, Lillian, Angelia, and Edwin. Polly (or Mary) Adams married Martin JENSON - her two sons, Paul and ? were born in the 1850s. I need to know if Fannie and Polly were related (maybe sisters or cousins?) and any other dates concerning them. The only thing I know is that they were from Long Eddy, Delaware County.
D Rickard - posted 03-97
ADEE - I am seeking information regarding the ADEE family of Delaware County, New York in particular Samuel Adee And his wife Sarah BLOOMER and their son Jonathan Adee born 1798 in Bovina.
Cynthia Zieber - posted 04-2002
ADEE - /BURLINGAME/SMITH/WOOD - Miles N. ADEE of Davenport married Sophia J. SMITH( b. about 1836 d/o John and Phylanda (Phylinda) SMITH) of Davenport. They had one son that I know of, Roscoe H. ADEE b. 1855 who m. Anna BURLINGAME b. 1870. Roscoe and Anna had one son that I know of, Robert Leo ADEE b. 1897 who m. Mary B. WOOD b.1895. This is all I know of this line. I would appreciate contact with anyone with further information about these people.
Ron Salisbury - posted 07-2001
AIKEN - /Aikin/Akin - Charles H. Aiken/Aikin/Akin was born in Delaware County on 26 December 1826 or 1828. I do not know who his parents are. In the 1840 census for DelAware County there are two male children within the appropriate age range living in the Samuel Akins home. I would appreciate any information anyone can provide. Thank you.
Rick Cantell - posted 09-2000
AITKEN, Jessie - I am looking for any information on Jessie S.? Aitken (may have married a Hall). Daughter of James T. Aitken and Margaret (Hughes). Jessie was born on 2/11/1894. She died in 1950. Her brother was William Gordon Aitken of Andes and Cabin Hill Road (my grandfather).
Carl Lucas - posted 04-2005
AITKEN - I am looking for more specific information about James T. Aitken Born 1/3/1867 and died 12/31/1937. Spouse Margaret Aiken born 11/16/1870 died 4/19/49. I believe he was a famous artist from the Delaware County area. Any info would be helpful.
Thomas A. Dickey - posted 11-2003
AITKEN - Jannette P. AITKEN was born 3 May 1828, according to her death record, and married George Ephraim HOBBS on 9 Oct 1848, in Delhi. An Agnes AITKEN, born in Scotland, was living with them in the 1860 census, presumably her mother. Her full name may be Mary Agnes. Seeking
any information on this family, but especially Agnes' death, maiden name, and name of her husband.
Jennifer Savage - posted 08-2011
AKERLY - I am seeking information on William & Sarah Akerly, Akerley, Ackerly, Ackerley family. It seems that even in the same family they spelled it differently. Lived in Arena.
Gary Robinson - posted 02-99
AKERLY - As Secretary of the Ackerly Family Reunion, I am trying to find out the name of Sylvester Akerly's mother. She was a little Indian baby picked up by the Akerly family when her family left her behind while leaving the state ( she had measles) I have written a story about her but we do not know her name. It is difficult for me to do research since I live in Wisconsin. The name has changed through the years but all the same family. I have the calling cards of my Grandmother, Mary Ackerly Bloodgood and even her brothers and sisters spelled it differently from each other. Thank you for any information,
Mae Robinson - posted 01-99
ALGER - Looking for any information on Carrie E. Alger, born Jan 8, 1851. Married John J. Williams, born June 13, 1840, died Jan 18, 1913. Children were Levi Wesley, Georgia Anna, Frances, Henry & Eva.
Rene' Treffeisen - posted 05-2001
ALLEN - Lydia in Colchester in 1840 census; Abial/Abiel was a Rev War pensioner; Isah/Isiah;
David. These are my ggggggrandparents. Lydia lived to be 96 or more yrs old and in her final days lived with David Allen. I have Rev War pension papers to share. Need to know where she and Abiel are buried, who their other children were. Abiel and Lydia were married in East Windsor,CT and had several kids there before moving on to NY. Any help info would be most appreciated.
Pam - posted 00-2005
ALLEN - Mary Allen-daughter of Abiel and Lydia Allen. Born about 1808 possibly in East Windsor, CT. By 1820, per Rev War pension appl family lives in Colchester, NY. By 1850, Lydia is 96 and living with David and wife Julia Lane, in Canisteo,Steuben Co.- Mary is not mentioned. Any info would be most appreciated.
Pam Kerzner - posted 12-2004
ALLEN - Phillip A. Allen of Colchester was born 12/07/1803 died 2/20/1884. His wife was Irena J. Allen and she died 10/11/1877. They had a 4th daughter. She was Eliza Allen and married Eli Townsend. Any information on parents and siblings of Phillip A. Allen and his wife Irena J. Wilson Allen would be most appreciated.
Barbara Lathan - posted 12-2002
ALLEN Searching for parents of Amanda Allen born in either Fort Ann (no records) or Horton per family Bible. Birth date is Feb 6, 1846. She married Richard Sever in 1863 in Illinois and died in Iowa. This is a long shot, but have exhausted most other records.
Judy Kauffman - posted 03-2001
ALLEN - Ashael Allen - Civil War - I want to find out what happened to Ashael Allen, a Civil War soldier. He was from the Colchester-Delaware County area. His relative is Mrs. Ginney Odell, the village clerk in the village of Walton. We know he was in Co. K and Ginney says that he was killed in the war. How this all started is that I'm having the 72nd Inf. come into Walton to put on a Civil War Demonstration on June 9 and 10. I found his name on a list from the 144th NY Volunteer Inf. Reg. Officers and men master index. Further information on Ashael Allen would be appreciated.
John Esposito - posted 01-2001
ALLEN - Looking for any connection to father of Justin Allen of Franklin, born about 1818 in Otsego NY. He married a Sally of Schorie Co. Thank you for any help in this search.
Dawn Willis - posted 02-98
ALLEN - I am searching for further info on the Allen Family. They lived in Masonville, came from Franklin, NY, also Conn. & Mass. Any info on this name is greatly appreciated. I have info to share.
Dawn Willis - posted 03-98
AMES - have info to share - John W. Jack - posted 01-97
ANDREWS - Looking for any additional information on the two below families. These
BOLSTER sisters married two ANDREWS brothers:
*Naomi Maria Bolster (1829-?) married Samuel Wakeman Andrews, Sr. (1823-?) in 1848 and had three children, one being Samuel Wakeman Andrews, Jr.
*Mary Ellen Bolster (1836-#063;) married Simeon Mace Andrews (1825-1891) in 1857 and had two daughers. He died living in Manhatten, I believe. These Andrews brothers were son's of John Andrews and where from Delaware County. The Bolster girls were from NYC. Not sure if they moved back to Delaware County and/or are buried there, etc. These two sisters are my great-great Aunts.
Dave Butler - posted 07-2006
ANDREWS - Please help! Looking for info about my two late Greatgrandfathers; Burial places and etc. Charles Henry Andrews 1880 census, Franklin NY. Farmer wife Mary and six children Fred,Nettie,Lottie,Clark William Charles and Callie J. William Charles was my grandfather. 1900 Census Franklin NY Mary's second husband William Lindsley,farmer wife Mary C- my greatgrand mother. Son Edward R Lindsley 16 yrs old. 1911 Mary C Andrews Lindsley died a widow and buried in Oceleout Cem, Franklin, NY.
Janet Andrews Murphy - posted 08-2001
ANABLE/ANNABLE - I have found mention of two Anables in Delaware County in your data: Hugh CRAWFORD of Bennettsville married Miss Dimis ANABLE in Merdith on Nov.12, 1862. Charles W. ANABLE of Stamford married Julia M. DRAKE of Bennettsville on June 6, 1867. The 1850 census for Meredith has a Ormis ANABLE 38 b. MA living with the family of D. McJagars (a miller). I would like to determine the family relationship with these persons and any other ANABLES living in Delaware County.
Audrey Annable Franklin - posted 10-2001
ANDERSON - I am researching the Anderson family which moved to Franklin from Monmouth Co., NJ in 1855. Many of my ancestors are buried in the Ouleout Cemetery and the Ouleout Valley Cemetery. The family is related to the MUNSONS, PHILLIPS, PARISH, QUACKENBUSH, JUDD, TAYLOR, and many other families.
I would like to try and find the location of the Anderson farm in Franklin. Most of the information I have found points me towards North Franklin. My family stayed in the Franklin area except for a few members who went to Oneonta. My g-g-grandfather, Warren Anderson, was a member of the 144th NYVI Co. D. I would appreciate anyone that may be able to help me to obtain further information on my Anderson family.
James Anderson - posted 02-2006
ANDREWS - William & Agnes: Searching for descendants. Agnes was daughter of Peter and Susan (nee BURRELL) ROWE, born Jul 1858 in Delaware Co. NY and married William ANDREWS (b Apr 1853). Children: Leslie (1881), Clara (1883), and Mary B. (1886) as per the 1900 census of town of Delhi. Any info would be appreciated and have much to share on the BURRELL family.
Lee Johnson - posted 07-2000
ANDREWS - Need help with the family of James ANDREWS, (abt 1785-1848) and his wife Eunice ____, (abt 1785-before 1840). They settled in Franklin before the 1830 census. His children were as follows; Elihu M. C., born abt 1812, died in Walton 23 Feb 1867, Dwight, born about 1815, married Adeline WARNER 14 May 1846, and they buried an infant ay St. John's Episcopal Church in Delhi on 27 Aug 1847. He was with the firm of Johnson and Andrews in Delhi. James Jr., born about 1816, died aft 1855, worked in the NYC Tax Comissioner's Office in 1854. George, (born 8 Jun 1818-died 1912) married Maria Clinton Whiley on 24 Sep 1857 in NYC, had 8 children, one born in Franklin in 1870. Lyman, (abt 1819-23 Dec 1891) inherited his father's farm in 1848. Hannah, (abt 1822-?) married William Blakely Jr. in Delhi on 10 Nov 1846, and had a son Charles born 1 Feb 1848 in Delhi. In 1854 four sons (Lyman, James Jr., George, & Elihu) operated Lyman Andrews and Bros., Drygoods in NYC. There should be burial records near Franklin for James and Eunice Andrews, and also Catherine Andrews, (probably a 2nd wife) named in the will of James (Sr.) dated 1847.
Mike Cavenaugh - posted 07-98
ANDREWS - have info to share -
Milbrey Otto Burgett - posted 05-97
ANSON - I am requesting information on the following two men: Samuel Anson and Job Anson. They both lived in Harperfield area in 1810 according the that census. I have the census, just want to know if there may be any other
information on these men and their families.
Shaunna - posted 10-2008
ANSON - Looking for any info related to the Anson family. Asa Holmes Anson was born June 17, 1810 in Delaware County, NY. Son of Job & Charlotte Anson. He moved to Mills County, Iowa in 1851.
Patrick Branigan - posted 11-98
ANTHONY - I am searching for info on Seth Anthony that was living in Kortright Delaware co and also John Anthony of Andes, Delaware Co NY from l790-1830. Can you help me in anyway as I know nothing of my NY Anthony line. John Anthony had a son Seth and there is someone in the 1830 census that would fit my line. I live in IL and have been unable to find anything other than Seth son of John was b. in NY ca 1823 and came to IL with a John b. 1815.
Gladys - posted 10-2003
ARBUCKLE - I would like to know if someone has dates for the buried Arbuckle's in Woodland Cemetary.
Barb Bonomini - posted 08-2002
ARCHER - Seeking info and identity of Isaac Archer 1786-1861 and Nancy Archer 1787-1841, buried in Sackrider Cemetery, Kortright, Delaware Co., NY.
Fletcher Bishop - posted 04-97
ARMSTRONG - Searching ARMSTRONG, Samuel, b. abt. 1812 in Albany Co.; m. Hannah MILLS abt. 1841in Masonville; m2 Melissa ?, aft. 1848 and resided in Bainbridge; d. aft. 1880, I would like to identify Samuel's parents.
Margaret Ayres - posted 03-2008
ARMSTRONG - I am trying to find out where I can find the originals or copies of the early 1800 land lease indentures between John (of Redhook, Dutchess Co., N.Y.), James K., H.B., and H.G. ARMSTRONG and their tenants for the Towns of Middletown and Roxbury, Delaware Co., N.Y. I am especially interested in the ones between the above ARMSTRONG people and the KELLY tenants for the Towns of Middletown and Roxbury, Delaware Co., N.Y. Do these
land lease indentures still survive? If so, where can I find them? Thanks for any help!
Joe Kelly - posted 05-2002
ARMSTRONG - My family records show that John and Agnes ARMSTRONG left Ireland about 1838 and arrived in Walton, Delaware County, New York in 1842 and stayed there until 1855 when they moved to Iowa. I would like to know if they are shown in the 1850 census and what information is given.Can you help me with this?
Al Marron - posted 05-2001
ARMSTRONG - I am seeking information on the forbears of one Margret Theresa Armstrong, born May 2, 1827. Margret married Richard Mason October 11, 1846. I believe she was a life-long resident of Delaware County.
Tyler L. Mason also at email@example.com - posted 07-2009
ARMSTRONG - Is the John Armstriong.who was naturlized in Delhi related to you. He reported that he came to U.S. from Warrenpoint Ireland in 1815.
Dick Hahn - posted 08-2004
ARNOLD - Enoch Arnold b. E. Haddam, Ct. 9-9-1716 m. Dorothy EMMONS 6-16-1743. They had a son Jonathan b. 5-21-1754 E. Haddam. Trying to find out if there were any other children besides Jonathan. They were married 11 yrs before Jonathan was born - seems odd for those times when agriculture and big families were the order of the day. Jonathan Arnold went on to become one of the original settlers of Delaware County, NY. He and his wife Lucy GREEN had 11 children. Willing to share.
Chuck Arnold - posted 03-97
ASTMAN(N) - I am looking for any record of the death of Nettie Astman from 1955-58. She was married to Nathan Astman who was formerly a
pharmacist. They may have been located in StamfordGeri DeVore - posted 03-2001
ATKIN - Interested in any Atkin family info. from Delaware Co. Possibly descended from Isaac Atkin who was sworn as citizen in 1810. 1810 census shows Isaac as 26/45 with 8 sons and 1 dau. Our family that may have left Delaware was Francis Clayton Atkin who was born in 1835 in New York and settled in Scioto Co. Ohio. He had sons Norman Byron,Francis Clayton,and William Walter Atkin. Daughters Elizabeth,Minerva,Annie and Mary. His father was Francis and he had a brother Walter.
Joyce Atkin - posted 09-2008
ATKINS - I am searching for William Irving Atkins who lived in Delaware County in late 1800,s. Anyone with any info would be greatly appreciated.
Harry Atkins - posted 01-2001
ATKINSON - Would like to know more about my gr.gr. grandfather Thomas ATKINSON. He was born 11 Jan 1842 in NYC or Liverpool, Eng. and died 9 Mar. 1918 in Sidney Center. He married Maria Retteen ANDERSON on 30 Sept. 1874 in NYC. Thomas was in in Civil War and wounded at Antietam. He later became a watchmaker ? They had 9 children and they are buried in Highland Cem. in Sidney Center. I descend from their daughter Kate b. 8 July 1875 and d.14 Mar, 1897. She married George Ezra Fitch of Sidney Center. Hoping to connect with a Atkinson relative. Thank you.
Sandra Fitch Ritch - posted 01-2008
AUSTIN - Moses George Austin is my great-great grandfather, born ca 1810/1811 in Delaware County. Need Twp., birth date, and parents. In 1880 Missouri Census stated both parents from Massachusetts.
Russell Williams - posted 09-98
AVERY - I am trying to find any information about my great grandfather Joseph Avery (his name has also been seen in every other census as Every) who was born 1825 in Delaware County but lived his adult life and raised his family in Ulster County. I do not know where in Delaware County he was born. The first census I find him in is the 1855 census for the Town of Wawarsing in Ulster County where he lived with his wife Mary E (Davis) Avery, his daughter Josephine and his sister-in-law Rachel Davis. It is in this census where the information that he was born in Delaware County is found. At some point before 1860 he and his family removed to the Town of Olive where he lived the rest of his life. His children were: Josephine b. 1855 m. George Smedes; Willard b. 1857 m. 1)Eliza Reeves 2)Margaret Evans; Virgil (my grandfather) b. 1859 m. Ella Sherman; Rachel b.1861 m. 1)James Coons 2)James Dennison; Judson b.1871 m. Ella Roosa. Joseph died 5 April 1898 in Rosedale, Ulster County at the home of his son Judson. In the 1860 census Joseph is living next door to a John S. Avery who may have been his brother? John's wife's name was Rachel (I think Roosa, but I'm not sure) and I believe the John S. Avery family removed to Michigan. I have no real clue whether Joseph & John were related, it is basically conjecture at this point based solely upon their ages (John was 2 years older than Joseph in the 1860 census) and based upon the fact that they were right next door to each other. The only other supporting evidence I have for this claim is that when I find John S. in the 1855 census (he is living in the Town of Olive) his information states that he was born in Delaware County. I am hoping that someone will have some information or perhaps some ideas as to where I can go from here. Joseph is my brick wall and after pounding my head against it for so many years I would love to tear it down!
Sissy Ann Avery-Pigman - posted 09-2017
AVERY - I have been searching for info for my gr.gr.gr.grandparents Smith Avery and Elizabeth "Betsy" (Sliter) Avery (daughter of Nicholas Sliter from Margaretville. They lived in Roxbury in 1850s then to Masonville in 1862. Then to Sidney Center for most 1870s then back to Masonville in late 1870s. I have death dates for them and their kids (John Wesley, Amos, George, Olive (Bowman..first husband) Courtright and Sarah Young (husband Herman "Harry" Young...Barbourville). But, George Avery is the ONLY one for whom I have place of Burial. Smith Avery was a very succssful farmer and had total 5000 acres+ by 1875. He retired on "The old Ambrose Bolt farm" (don't know location). A possible place of burial is the Youngs cemetery on Steam Mill Road. (tho' he and Betsy died in Bennettsville but don't seem to be buried there?). I've been up and down that road (Steam Mill) searching and asking to no avail. I see it is listed in the list of 312 cemeteries. The Young family included son Herman, Stephen (father) and mother Sarah (Haight) Young. Herman's wife Sarah (Avery) Young and their kids Paul, Robert and Ralph. If any of this sounds even remotely familiar please email me.
Mark Avery - posted 09-2004
AVERY - Has anyone linked the many Avery families that have lived in Delaware County over its 200 or so years? Particularly how Jacob and Julia Coon Avery (1835-1899; 1838-1906) may have connected to the other Avery families and to the Coons?
Roberta DeMott-Friberg - posted 04-2002
AVERY - My John R. Avery/Every died 14 Jun 1823 in Bloomville, Delaware County, NY. I would love to find a probate file or any other
record. Can anyone out there help? Many thanks, Doris (in GA)
Doris Wheeler - posted 04-2001
AVERY - John and daughter Roana (Roxana) b. June 8, 1800 in Sidney Plains, Delaware Co. NY. She married Sellick (Selleck) Clinton
Boughton on Jan. 4, 1824. This information comes from her obit in Tecumseh, Michigan on May 30, 1880. Selleck C. Boughton was born in W.
Stockbridge, Mass. June 30, 1796, son of Nathan and Mary Boughton. I am interested in Roana Avery Boughton and especially in the origins of
her name and her parents.
Leita Reed - posted 03-2000
AVERY - I am looking for a connection between AVERY in Delaware Co NY and Jacob Avery in Bradford Co PA. A history of Bradford Co says that a Samuel Avery settled on Armenia Mt in Bradford Co ion early 1800's but returned to his native Delaware Co. My Jacob appears later in Bradford Co. but have no idea where he came from. He settled not too far from Armenia Mt. Another early Avery was Ebenezer and wife Lydia. Could they have Delaware Co ties?
Jim Avery - posted 06-99
AVERY - Looking for parents and siblings of Rachel AVERY. Married Eden BURROUGHS before 1795. Resided Roxbury, Delaware County. Any and all information appreciated.
Bill Montgomery - posted 11-98
AVERY - My father and his siblings attended Walton HS during the 1920's ... any information appreciated, is the same building still housing the high school? Names are Dorothy Avery, Margaret Avery, Guy William Avery and
Carl Avery. The family lived in Merrickville during this period, is that also part of Walton now?
Renie Cervone - posted 07-98
AXTELL - My great-grandmother, Florence Mae (White) Axtell, was buried in Hambletville Cemetery, Deposit, Deleware, NY in 1927. She was married to Maurice Floyd Axtell and they had two children: Joseph Walter (my grandfather) and Mary (Florence?). We need names, dates, etc. on Florence. We don't know her mother's name (not even a first name) and all we know about her father is that he lived around Chicago, IL and his name was Joseph, Sr. Until we can get more information on her, we are at a roadblock.
Raphaela Axtell - posted 11-2004
AXTELL - I am looking for information relating to Julia Axtell, born in Deleware County, New York, DOB October 5, 1852. She was married to Martin Greeley Creasey. Can anyone help me with this family?
Jerry Creasey - posted 01-2000
AXTELL - Looking for information on Permelia Axtell: 1) That she was the daughter of Moses Axtell of Barbourville, Del. county
2) That she married Henry Hess of Barbourville 3) children of Henry and Permelia.
Bob Hess - posted 03-99