GADDIS - Searching for anyone with knowledge of Adam GADDIS and family in Delaware County. I believe I have found him as Adam GEDDIS in the Orange County census in New Windsor for 1800 (filed 2 May 1801), but by early 1800's he is in Delaware County. He supposedly came from Monaghan, Ireland. It has been stated that he came with his wife, Catherine (nee McKEE)(had originally thought to have been a Nancy NN), a son, John (b. 1798 in Monaghan) and a daughter. Also, with two brothers (names unknown) and a sister, Kate. The twelve children of Adam and Catherine married into the FOX, LOUDEN, LAMB, McCOY, IMBLER, DIBBLE, HARPER, BUTTS, LESLIE, CARLEY, SMITH (John and William), DAVIDSON families. The families settled into Davenport, Kortright, Meredith and Harpersfield. In 1836 Adam and Catherine with some of the younger children moved to Morgan County, IL.
Patty Gaddis - posted 04-2004
GADWOOD - researching Gadwood surname.
Judith Van Why - posted 03-2001
GALLEY - Looking for information on Erma Galley, Walton Town Village Cemetery, there are no dates, and I was wondering if she is the person I am looking for.
Val Nagel - posted 08-2007
GALLT - William Gallt born 1830-1840, Died in early 1900's (fell off roof of home & impailed himself, died later from wound). His brother; James Gallt lived in Jefferson, Schoharie Co, and was married to Hettie ?, they had one son; Frank A. Gallt. (Frank A. Gallt wrote and published "Dear Old Greene County" The family are descendent of the Gallt's from the Cherry Valley massacre, 1778. William D. Gallt fought with the N Y 146 Vol, Garrards Tigers, (Originally called the "Fifth Oneida" Regiment and the "Halleck Infantry") during the Civil War. He lived in North Harpersfield until his death. He was married to (?Daisey?) and they had a daughter, Vira who later in life married Irving Dayton, and died in Slingerland, NY.
Gary Abrams - posted 02-2006
GALLUP - I am searching for further info on the Gallup 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
GANOUNG - My name is Susan Schneider and I have been tracing my family history back for a while now. It seems that a few of my family members were buried in the Vega Cemetery and I am looking for any information out there on them. The family name is Ganoung (John Reuben Jackson and his wife Emma (Noxon), and their children Sarah (Craft), Mary (Ballard), Harriet (Corbin), John, and Alfred). I am also really interested in another member of the household, supposedly a daughter, named Augusta - she is also buried in the Vega cemetery, but under the name Augusta A. Craft. It seems that Augusta married Stephen Craft and had my great-great-grandmother Florence M. Craft. Unfortunately, I have run into a wall on Augusta and the rest of the Ganoung family - I don't even know what nationality Ganoung would be. From the census information I have, it seems that John R.J. Ganoung was a farmer that owned his own land, so I assume there has to be something out there on the family, I just don't know where. Any information anyone can offer would be very helpful and definitely appreciated!
Susan Schneider - posted 03-2018
GANOUNG - I'm searching for any info on my Grandparents-John P. & Ella F. (Pogue) Ganoung of Delaware Co. NY. The 1880 Town of Stamford Census lists John P. Ganoung age 27 born 1853 and Ella Pogue as age 6 born 1874. Marriage record date 9-08-1909 Delaware Co.
Date of death of Grandfather-unknown Grandmother also lived in KIngston/Esopus -she died 1953/54 and was buried in Hobart, NY.
Sharon Angstrom - posted 09-99
GARDNER - I am looking for the obituary notice of George Henry Gardner Jr. of Deposit, NY. who was born 1858 at Deposit and died 1931. He was buried in the Laurel Bank Cemetery, at Deposit, NY. I need his month and day of his birth and death. I am interested in which paper published his obituary in 1931.
Ruth Williams - posted 02-2000
GARKEY - Researching John H. Garkey b. 1844 Meredith, Delaware Co., NY. Parents said to be John Garkey b.Germany and Caroline Garson/Carson/ b. ME. Served in 144th NY Inf. Co.I and also 1st NY Eng. Co. I from Meredith, NY during Civil War. Returned to Meredith after war until 1870. He Married 1st Ellen nee Lebarrons 1856/NY in 1872/WI had children; Clara 1872/WI (died young), Allie Maud 1875/NY(married BRAGHETTE) , Lulu 1877/NY (married SNECAL), Bert 1879/PA, Ella died 1881 McKean Co., PA., 2nd Delilah Hubbard nee Baker 1834/NY in 1883/WI. John H. Garkey died 11/25/1928 at Everett, Snohomish Co., WA and is buried in Evergreen Cemetery. Would like to connect with anyone researching above surnames.
Karyn Weingarden - posted 02-2009
GARRISON - Seek information on Charles and Emma Garrison, of Hancock Twp., Delaware Co., parents of Marguerite Helena Garrison, b. Oneonta, N.Y., 7 October 1910; died 21 July 1990, Little Falls, NY. She married Charles Robert PUESCHEL (1906-1987). Who were the parents of Charles and Emma? Family tradition has it that the GARRISONs were Native Americans.
Dickbarr34@aol.com - posted 04-2006
GARRISON - I am trying to find the parents of Ellis S Garrison, b. Aug 1853 in Delaware Co., wife Sarah Sherwood, b. Apr 1859 in Otsego Co., md. Dec 1878 in Guilford, Chenango Co. The information I have on the family history suggests that the parents may have been Archibald C. Garrison, b. May 1826, and Chloe Sewell, b 1822/23. This couple was in Colchester in 1850 and 1860. Chloe died. Archibald remarried. He and second wife Mary Ostrum were in Fremont, Sullivan Co. in 1870. They were then in Hancock, Delaware Co. in 1880. Everything is consistent with Archibald and Chloe being the parents of this Ellis but I have been unable to prove it. Any information to prove, or disprove, this connection would be appreciated. [There is a Don Garrison, grandson of Ellis, who was living in Sparrow Bush but I have been unable to find a way to contact him. I don't know if he has any information or not.]
Ed Russell - posted 05-2005
GARRISON - (Surnames Warren, Inman, Garrison, Broughton) - Strange question here, How did Matthew Garrison and Sabrina Tyler become parents of Ceclia Warren and Margaret Inman. Ceclia Warren? I have as daughter of Augustus and Electa Warren, she is one of my Great Aunt's. I know children of some Indian family were removed by government and place in schools or foster homes. any one with info contact me at email@example.com. -
Donald R. Warren - posted 12-2001
GARRISON - I have been researching the Henry GARRISON-Anna BURHOUSE family and found that they were in Delaware co. in 1847 when their son, Ebenezer, was born. The family moved to Chenango county and were living near Afton during the Civil War. Other children: Delia (1829), Amelia (1831), Lucy (1834), Nancy (1826), Anthony (1838), Judy (1840), Goldsbury (1842), Edwin (1845), Betsy (1849), Henry (1851),
Riley (1854), and Clarissa (1856). Would like very much to exchange information with those interested in this family.
Audrey Ulm - posted 10-2004
GARRISON -Looking for any info on Lewis Garrison. There were three Lewis Garrisons in the anti-renter war in 1845. They were from the Town of Roxbury, Delaware County, and what is now Halcott in Green Cty. Two of them went to Bradford Cty, PA in about 1860.
Chris Noll - posted 10-98
GARRISON - Trying to find any GARRISON in the towns of Middletown or Roxbury as early as possible.
Chris Noll - posted 06-98
GARRISON - Looking for the birth place of James GARRISON who was born in 1784 in Middletown or the Town of Roxbury. His son George W. was born in 1811 in the Town of Roxbury.
Chris Noll - posted 06-98
GARRISON - Looking for relatives of Joseph Garrison - wife Anna Jenkins -who lived in
Delaware County in early 1800's.
P. French - posted 12-97
GARRISON - Need any info. on Mathew Boyce Garrison, son of Samuel W.Garrison of Colchester and Hancock. Mathew died Dec.14,1892 at East Branch. Married to Sabrina TYLER. Children: John Bradley Garrison, of Trout brook, Sidney Garrison of East Branch, Cecilia Garrison, married a WARREN, Margaret Garrison, married an INMAN of Rock Valley, Louisa Garrison of Long Eddy.
John Garrison - posted 05-98
Searching for any info. on Samuel W. GARRISON born Orange Co. 1796. Married Sarah Turner, b.1797 on May,13 1821, Fishkill Dutch Reformed Church. Moved to Colchester 1823. Had the following children, 1. Mathew Boyce Garrison born 1822-d.14 Dec 1892 East branch m.Sabrina TYLER. 2. John Garrison b.1824-d.1890 Hancock,m. Elsie ROSSMAN June,12 1843 3. Archibald Campbell Garrison b.1826-1896 m.1.Chloe SEWELL, 2. Mary OSTRUM, 4. Isaac Garrison b 1829-1864 m. Charlotte FRANSISCO. 5. Eben, b 1831. 6. Amelia Catherine Garrison b.1833-1891 m. Byron Ostrum 7. David P. Garrison b.1836-1888 m. Jane Ostrum.
John R.Garrison - posted 10-97
GARY - I am trying to find info on Issac Puffer GARY, born 1831, in Town of Merideth, Delaware Co., NY.
I thought I had found it listed on the 1840 census- but no luck. Can not find parents.
Richard Gary 1 (512) 415-9367 richarddgary (SKYPE) - posted 01-2018
GATES - I am looking for information on Joseph GATES. Joseph is listed in the Franklin (Delaware County) 1820 and 1830 NY
census. Franklin History states that a Joseph GATES was town clerk in 1828-1829 and owned a store/post office? in 1829-1831. He then moved to Albany. My Question(s) is there any proof that Joseph was born in abt 1790 and his son, Joseph D. GATES was born in abt 1828? Also, who was the Herman Gates who was collector for the Franklin school related to? Family repeating christian names are Herman, Henrietta, Joseph and Mary.
Charlie Gates - posted 02-2002
GATES - I am looking for information on Malachi GATES. Joseph is listed in the Franklin (Delaware County) 1820 living next to
Joseph GATES. He is not found in the 1830 census, perhaps living with Joseph or deceased. History states that a Malachi GATES was in the Franklin Baptist Church in 1818, and was dismissed? from another Baptist Church on February 15th 1815. A Malachi GATES is found in the 1790 and 1800 NY Census for Dutchess County. Malachi GATES family names are Lovenia, Lowena, Ezra. My Question(s) is there any relation to Joseph GATES or the William
Charlie Gates - posted 02-2002
GATES - I am looking for information on Herman GATES. Herman is a recurring family name down to my father. Herman was the "collector" for the Franklin School in 1818. The article states he was killed by a falling tree. I understand that Herman Gates was the son of William GATES, an early settler in Delaware County. My Question(s) is/are there any relation to Joseph GATES, did Herman leave any survivors,and was he the Herman GATES in Van Renssalaer's Regiment during the War of 1812?
Charlie Gates - posted 02-2002
GATES - Isaac (b. 16 Oct 1743, Preston, CT) was married twice and had many children. By his first wife, Priscilla BUNDY he had: Deborah (b. 1765), Isaac (b. 1767), Jacob (b. 1769), and Susan (b. 1771). Priscilla (Bundy) Gates died about 1771, and Isaac m/2 Prudence FRENCH. Isaac and Prudence (French) Gates had a large family -- twelve or more children (most probably born in NY): Henry M (?), Jeremiah (?), Daniel, Thomas (b. 1776), Polly (b. 1784), Stephen (b. 1790), Isaac (b. 1793), John (b. 1800), Joseph W. (b. 1801),
Abraham (?), Fannie, Catherine (b. 1815), and William. Was one of their children Polly Gates, born 1784 in Smithville, Chenango Co., NY, who married Joseph WHEELER ca. 1800 in Hancock, Delaware Co., NY? Did Isaac serve in the Rev War? Did Isaac and Prudence (French) Gates die in Ontario, Wayne Co., NY?
Ted Steele - posted 05-98
GAULEY - Looking for information on Joseph Gauley and wife Elizabeth. They came from County Tryone to New York in the early 1840s. Two, possibly three children were born in New York. Mary abt. 1843, Thomas abt 1845, John abt 1848. They were Epsicoplians. As there are two Gauleys listed on the 1850 census for Delaware County I have reason to believe they might be related. Joseph left New York for Rock Island County, Illinois before 1850 as he and family are on the Illinois 1850 census.
Mary Louise Beem - posted 05-2004
GAVETT - Mary Ann (Hall) - I am WORKING on my wife's genealogy in the town of Middletown. My wife's ancestors, William Madison Gavett and Mary Ann (Hall) Gavett, were married in Roxbury and had five children in Middletown. In the 1880 US Census William is 30 and Mary 22. I know Mary died on May 31, 1890 in Colchester. On the Delaware County site I came across the Delaware County Poor House listing and a Mary Gavett from Middletown in the Willard Asylum for the Insane. She is registered there in 1881, 1882, 1883 and 1885. My question is: Is there a way to find out if this is my wife's relative and what her affliction was?
Craig Basanez- posted 05-2013
GAVETTE-Seeking info about W. E. GAVETTE of Margaretville. I have a desk from abt 1860 or 70s with his name and village written in pencil. Possibly he made the desk? It was used by my g grandfather Edgar Marks when he was Town of Hardenburg supervisor in the 1890s.
Bob Vredenburgh - posted 02-2004
GAVITT - Seeking information on Mary Catherine GAVITT and Ruebon RUNDEL who married Abt 1835. Looking to find out who were their parents and the
location where they originated from. It apprears that there may be a connection to a Charles SOULES, as Mary and Ruebon were his g-g-grandparents as they are for me. It was only through Joyce's data on the cemetery removals from Cannondville Reservoir that I located this link. Any assistance would be deeply appreciated.
Alan Malz - posted 06-97
GAY - William Lusher Gay & his wife Elizabeth DURHAM came to Delaware
Co. abt. 1805 from Conn. They died in 1864/65 and are buried in Meridith Square Baptist Cemetery. Three sons, George, David, & Albert, came to GA in 1840's.Would like info on any other siblings. Willing to share info I have.
Wayne M. Tippens - posted 09-97
GEE My ancestor was Charles C. Gee b. abt. 1822 in Colchester, Delaware Co., NY. I have tried for over a year to determine who his parents were. Charles C. Gee moved from NY to WI where he served in the military. He married Francisca Fuller in WI and had a son Reuben Warda Gee b. 1868. I have noticed that there is a Reuben Gee in the 1820 Colchester, Delaware Co., NY census (since Charles C. Gee named his son Reuben this could be a strong lead). Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Michael Crooks - posted 05-2012
GEE - Looking for any information on Clarissa/Charity (both names used in census) and Rachel Gee. Clarissa/Charity born 1836 NY married Andrew Gibson born 1834 PA. Andrew & Clarissa/Charity's first born was Huldah born Apr 1855 Delaware Co, NY. Rachel Gee born 1850 NY married Calvin Morris Gibson born 1844 PA died Apr 17, 1894 Chickasaw County, IA Nov 10, 1866 Chickasaw County, IA. Calvin is believed to have been a brother to Andrew. Were Clarissa/Charity & Rachel related?
Pam - posted 01-99
GEMMELL - Seeking information on Archibald Gemmell (b. C1806, birthplace unknown) who married Martha McFarland (b. Delaware County 22 Feb 1819). At least one of their children was born in NY state.
John Strobel - posted 08-2005
GENUNG - I'm currently researching the GENUNG-HAWKS family of Sidney, NY and Unadilla, NY. I have the Hawks background going well and back several generations. I am currently stuck on Frank Genung who married Helen Hawks and had several children. Helen Hawks Genung died before 1900 as Frank is listed with a few children in the 1900 census in Sidney. He is listed as Frank B. Genung age 40 widower and father of Arthur 18, Blanch 11, Willie 7 in 1900 census. He is also the father of Floyd Emory Genung b. 1884 who is in another county in 1900 and George E. b. ca 1878. I have him married to Helen Hawks and living with his in-laws in Unadilla in 1880 census. I don't have him with parents before that although he was born in NY State. I do not know when he died nor where he was buried. I believe his wife Helen must have died after the 1880 census and before the 1900 census. In 1880 he is living with his Hawk in-laws and he and Helen have a child George E. b. ca 1878. Who are his parents? He indicates that his father (Genung) was b. Connecticut and his mother was b. NY.
Sally Chirlin - posted 03-2010
GEORGE - I am looking for information on Rachel George, one of 11 children born to Henry George and his wife Elizabeth Tremper George. She is presumed to be the 8th child born to this family, but I do not have her dates of birth or death, though she would have been born between 1822 and 1828 and presumably in Delaware County.
Ann Reagan - posted 11-2004
GEORGE - I am looking for information on Lewis W. George, born April 1865, found in 1900 federal census - Town of Middletown, he married Martha Rosa born November 1883. They had 2 children- Chester & Gideon, however, Lewis & Martha died when the boys were young. I am unable to locate any information on the deaths of Lewis & Martha. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
B. Zaring, granddaughter of Chester A. George - posted 02-2000
GEORGE - In the 1900 Census of Middletown I find listings for both William and Lewis George and their families. My family is descended
from Lewis but I have no record of his marriage (although I know he married Martha Rosa) or their deaths, dates of death or circumstances.
Can anyone help me?
Elizabeth Reagan - posted 02-2000
Seeking information about Edward J. George, born Arkville, Delaware Co., NY, 5 February 1866. Parents wre Amasa J. George and Hannah E. Myers. Siblings were Arthur, b. 1868; Marcus M., b. 1870; Merritt A. b. 1873; Cyrus M., b. 1875 and Havrey, b. 1879. Edward moved to Pennsylvania sometime before 1900. All other family members stayed in Delaware Co.
Christine VanKleeck - posted 10-2001
GEORGIA - Looking for any information regarding Earle B Georgia, son of Fred B. Georgia..all descendants from William Georgia and Sarah Cable. Any information about him would be appreciated, living or deceased.
Dana Georgia - posted 11-2005
GEORGIA - Treadwell/Meredith - Looking for information on the Georgia family starting in the early 1800's to the 1920's starting with Miles Georgia (b1785) to Orson C. Georgia (b. 11/18/1818) to son Levi M. Georgia (b 9/13/1844). Any birth, death, military, records would be appreciated. Many thanks for any leads you could give me.
Richard R. Georgia, Jr. - posted 01-99
GERMAN - I am looking for Reuben H. German who was born in Roxbury, New York in Oct 1922. He moved to Moss Rock Court, Boulder
Colorado, before he was 26 years old. He had a child with Bertha Violet Mead while in Colorado (1948) and placed him up for adoption. Bertha Violet
Mead was also born in Roxbury, NY on Nov 1, 1929. Any information would be appreciated.
Sharon - posted 12-2004
GERMAN - I have been trying to find out information about my mothers history. She passed away when I was 14. All I know is she was raised in Denver, NY. Her maiden Name was German. Bertha violet German 11-01-29 dob. I know my grandmother was all Mohawk. Is there anyway to trace my roots for more information?
Patti Koetz - posted 03-2003
GERMOND- Searching for any information on GERMOND, Ada- born June 1873. Ada married Fred Warren abt.1900-1902. Any information would greatly be appreciated.
Teresa -posted 06-2001
GERRY - I have been trying to get information related to Edith Stuyvesant Vanderbilt Gerry who lived with her second husband, Peter G. Gerry seasonally at Lake Delaware. I located the photographs of the private Gerry cemetery and a reproduction of an old postcard of the Peter G. Gerry house. I also know that Elbridge Gerry died at Lake Delaware Farm in 1999 and that the Gerry family supports Lake Delaware Boys' Camp. That is about the sum total of the information that I have learned. I am very interested to know about any Gerry homes or former estates that were created in Delaware County.
Michael Green - posted 04-2007
GETTER - Researching Getter family of early 1800s in Delaware County.
Mary Anne McCullough - posted 01-2002
GIBBONS- I am looking for any info. on Eli Gibbons of the 144th NYV. I am his GGgranddaughter. Thanks,
Nichole Osborn - posted 03-2000
GIBBS - Searching for ancestors around 1800 in Harpersfield area.
Dick Gibbs - posted 01-2002
GIBSON Looking for information, descendants of William Gibson. The family included wife Isabella, sons, James McNeilly (wife,Sarah Whigham), Charles, Andrew, John, Thomas, William, Joseph. Adam (wife Dora Whigham). The entire family came to Kortright from County Down, N. Ireland on the steamer Portsmouth 1830 or thereabouts. My grandfather, John William Gibson owned a farm in Meridale and retired to 12 Clinton Street in Delhi. His wife was Sarah Katherine Sutherland.
Catherine Gibson Havemeier - posted 10-2010
GIBSON/WHITE - Seeking information on Emily Alletta White's (married name: Emily Gibson) birth place, date and parents. Emily White married Joseph Gibson March 11, 1874 in Schenevus, moved to Davenport and had son Burton W. Gibson and daughter Elizabethh Gibson (Hoffman). Joseph Gibson was son of Andrew Gibson and Martha McNeilly. Any information on any of their ancestors would be most appreciated.
Steve Moore - posted 12-2008
GIBSON - Seeking any information on Charles Gibson. He married Ada Tamsett.
Bruce Newell - posted 04-2007
GIBSON - I am trying to find information on William K. Gibson prior to 1880 Census info. I have his Birth mo./yr. listed as Nov. 1846. His wife was Augusta (Burdick) and children were George E. & Orvilla (or Lavella?) I couldn't find any information prior to the 1880 Andes census list and am not sure who his parents were and where he resided prior to 1880. Any information on him or his family would be greatly appreciated.
AMERONSUKS@aol.com - posted 07-2003
GIBSON - I am seeking information on Joseph Samuel Gibson, who is listed as living in Davenport in 1880 with his wife, Jane, sister-in-law, Caroline Bunnell and 7-year-old son Jesse. Joseph previously lived in Oxford, Chenango County, where Jesse was born. By 1895, Jesse had moved to Wisconsin, but I can find no trace of his parents at that time and no evidence that they moved. I am looking for any information as to what happened to Joseph and Jane after 1880. (Note: On official documents, his name is sometimes listed as Joseph, sometimes as Samuel and sometimes as Joseph Samuel).
firstname.lastname@example.org - posted 06-2001
GIBSON - Seeking information on John D. Gibson, a clergyman in Stamford. My great grandfather was Charles A. Gibson, born Delware Co. in 1840. Will share what I have.
Sharon M. Pyle - posted 06-99
GIBSON - Searching for siblings, ancestors, of John Gibson of Meredith; born July
29, 1832. Married Sarah Ann Beken. Children: Isabella Ann (m.Wendell Georgia), Sophia, John WIlliam (Was sheriff and mayor of Delhi), Susan Mariah, Zelma Frances(m. John Sutherland, of Sutherland Rd. Meridale.John W. lived at 12 Clinton Street, Delhi. Died in 1940. Belonged to First Presbyterian Church. Also any information on Beken family. I have information on Sutherland family back to Glasgow,
Catherine Gibson Havemeierposted 09-97
James McNeilly Gibson b.1/10/1810 d.10/21/1897 of Delhi, Delaware Co., NY. m.Sarah WIGHAM 4/19/1834. Children were: John W. d.1859 Sarah Jane m. Philemon MINCKLER 1869 Mary Elizabeth m. Lewis Raymond FRISBEE 1869 Susan Morland m. William MACCLINTOCK 1860 Isabella m. Philo Flint BENEDEICT 1856 Dorothy m. James M. DICKSON 1873 Joseph Thomas m. Josephine RESSEMANN 1874 m.Marie SIPPLE 1912
Martha Frances m. Edwin Jesse BETTS 1882 James Richard m. Lillie CAIRNS 1885
Looking for any and all info on James M. GIBSON or Philemon MINCKLER or to communicate with anyone in these lines.
Todd Case - posted 09-97
John and Sally Giddings were listed in the 1850 Delaware County census.
Who were their parents? A son Aritus George Giddings was listed as born
on 25 Feb 1844 in Roxbury, NY. Aritus George married Mary A. SEABRIDGE
and they both died in Coeymans, NY. Does anyone have any info on this
Giddings or any other Giddings? Any information would be appreciated.
Marie Giddings - posted 04-97
GILBERT - Seeking death date for Deniza REYNOLDS, wife of John GILBERT. She was born 1819 and died before 1880 in Masonville.
Liz DuBois - posted 01-2006
GILBERT - I am researching the ancestors and descendents of John H. Gilbert, born January 1849 and who married Hannah Phoenix. They are buried in Walton Town and Village Cemetery. I would be grateful for any assistance!
Terry May - posted 07-2002
GILCHRIST - Am looking for information on Thomas Gilchrist, married to Esther Henderson. Believe she was his second wife. His first wife probably Letitia, or Letty. Believe she died at young age. Think Thomas and Esther had a son, George W., possibly other children. Thomas, Esther and Letty all apparently buried in Gilchrist Church Cemetery. Would like parents of Thomas and Esther and Letty - also did Thomas and Esther have any other children.
Muriel W. Berry - posted 04-2005
GILCHRIST - Am trying to locate info on the parents and/or siblings of George W. Gilchrist who married Esther Hazlett. They had one daughter, Helen Morrow Gilchrist. The lived originally in Kortright and also lived in East Meredith. Later they moved to Schenevus and George and Esther are buried in the cemetery there. George and Esther were both born around 1865; George died in 1927 and Esther died in 1938. I have info on the family of Esther but have
been unable to trace George. George and Esther were my maternal grandparents.
Muriel W. Berry - posted 11-2001
GILDERSLEEVE - I am looking for a birth record for my Grandfather, Thomas Duaine Gildersleeve, born 13 Jan 1885
in Middletown, Delaware, New York. He died 21 Oct 1935 in Yuba City, Sutter County, CA.
Susan Marie Gildersleeve Poston - posted 03-2010
GILLETT - Could someone give me information on the birth and death dates of Persis Gillett born around 1823-1824. Her son Charles Evarit Loveless is my grgr grandfather. Her father I believe was Isaac Gillett. Do we know her mothers name? Thank you.
Wendy Krueger - posted 04-2006
GILLETT - I am trying to find who the parents were for William Gillett, born 20 Nov 1813 at Roxbury, Delaware County, New York.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Ron Gillett - posted 01-2002
GILLETT - I am researching my paternal ggrandparents. Anna L. GILLETT born abt 1863 married abt. 1887 to John FOSTER born abt 1853. Anna's first marriage produced Mary G. and Albert Brannigan. This was his second marriage heiring Laura May, Mertle, Alice Irene, Charles, and Victor. First marriage heiring Mary and Albert. Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Sandra Donnelly - posted 04-2001
I am trying to find out more information about my 2nd great grandmother. Her name was Lydia Gillett. She was born in Hebron, CT on Feb. 13 1801. She married my 2nd great grandfather, Silas Smith, on Oct. 11, 1821 in Franklin, NY. Silas was born in Feeding Hills, MA on Sept. 3, 1793 and died in Franklin, NY on April 18, 1878. Lydia died in
Franklin, NY on Aug. 24, 1877.
Brian Campbell - posted 04-98
GILLETT - Searching Jacob Gillett b. ca. 1780 m. Polly HILL
Daughter Emeline Gillett b. Jan 1812 in Kortright, Delaware Co. NY
m. Charles Grant.
Rich Grant - posted 06-97
GILLETTE - I am looking for information on a Mary Jager, or Franklin Gillette, Mary was born in Roscoe N.Y. and Franklin was born in
Cooks Falls N.Y. They were old enough to be married in 1900 . Any information you can find will be of help.
John V Murphy - posted 05-2000
GILLIES - My gg grandparents, John and Euphemia Gillies are known to have lived in the Delhi area of Delaware County for a unknown period of time in the Mid 1840's. Their daughter Mary was born there on April 15, 1848. They moved to Wisconsin in 1849. They arrived in the USA in 1836. Trying to find some record of their early life prior to moving to Wisconsin.
Richard Nutter - posted 02-2004
GILLIS- I am seeking information on Commodore James Henry Gillis, his daughter Carol Gillis Murray and her husband David Murray. The family lived in Delhi, I have found David and Carol Murray, buried Woodlawn Cemetery, Delhi. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Waters, 6455 Gillis Rd, Victor, NY 14564
Bonnie - posted 06-2002
GILMORE - My ggg grandmother was Rhoda Ann ??, b ca 1820 in Delhi. she married David Gilmore who was b 6 Jun 1815, Dudley, MA. Per 1840 census, they were in Delhi, NY. Subsequent census records state Rhoda's father b Connecticut, mother b Germany. 5 of their children were born in Delhi: Charles ca 1840, Mary ca 1842, Julia ca 1844, Ellen F ca 1846/48, and Alice ca 1849. I found a John Gilmore, male, b 25Mar1847 in Delhi, son of David and Rose Ann Gilmore. The notation said the record was faint, Rose Ann cb R(h)oda Ann. I did not find any death record, but a John does not show up in any other family records. Particularly looking for information on Rhoda Ann (??) Gilmore, her father and mother, and the births of their children. I suspect her father was from NW Connecticut.
Sandee - posted 03-2006
GIRNDT - Looking for all Girndts in Onondaga, Delaware, Oswego, Otsego Counties. The immigrant is Frederick Wilhelm GIRNDT & his bride, Pauline
AFFEREAN. They came to America before 1883. Naturalized 1883 in PA. They resided in Milford Twp, Otsego, NY. Their children were: William
Frederick Girndt, Wilemina "Minnie" Girndt, baby Girndt, Evangeline Girndt, Robert "Bob" Paul Girndt (moved to Newton, KS), and Harry
Afferean Girndt. And their descendants moved to the counties in NY of Otsego, Delaware, Oswego, & Onondaga. Most of the Girndt's are buried
in Ouleout Cemetery, but I have not been able to find them on the net.I have a web page posted with this genealogy --
Girndt Family. email: Doni Wright
- posted 03-2001
GLADSTONE - I would like to share information on the descendants of Robert and Ann Ray Gladstone. Robert was born in 1777 in Glednest, Scotland. Ann Ray was born in 1778 in Scotland. They lived in Roxburyshire, Scotland, at one point, and came to Bovina and cleared a farm in 1817. They had six or seven children: Robert O. Gladstone of Andes (m. Jane Miller), William Gladstone of Bovina (m. Christina Renwick, my line), John Gladstone (m. Isabella Elliot), Walter Gladstone of Bovina and Andes (m. Isabella Elizabeth Biggar), James gladstone and Viola Gladstone. Robert created a lasting influence around Bovina and Andes. Robert and Ann are buried in the old UP Church Cemetery in Bovina.
--Collin Haight (note: Collin passed away 26 December 2007)
GLADSTONE - William Ray Gladstone, II, b.17 Aug 1871, m. in Pasadena, Calif,
in 1924 to Mildred MATHEWSON, b. 4 Mar 1893, in Montreal, Quebec. They had 1) Catherine Ainslie Gladstone, b. 13 Apr 1925, Walton; 2) William Ray Gladstone, Jr., b. 18 Mar 1927, Walton. He is a
doctor or dentist and was last reported living in Michigan. Searching for descendants.
Jerry Dalton - posted 01-97
GLADSTONE - I am looking for information about a Margaret Gladstone b 1836 d 1877, She
was married to John B Laing. I believe they lived in either Andes or Bovina NY. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Stewart J. Laing - posted 08-97
GLEASON - Looking for any available information on the parentage, birthplace, etc. of James Jasper Gleason, 1842 - 1911, interred at the Hambletville Cemetery, just north of Deposit. James Jasper Gleason served in the 104th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War and was my great-grandfather. Anecdotal family history says that James Jasper Gleason's father was also named James, but I have no information about him other than this.
I am trying to link up these Gleasons with the pioneer to America, Thomas, who came to Massachusetts in 1634.
Am also interested in knowing if there are others currently researching the Gleason family in this part of New York state, and/or in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Doug Gleason - posted 07-98
GLENDENNING - SCOTT - seek anc & desc of John GLENDENNING, b 1779, Sct; m Margaret Scott, b 1793, Sct; had: Elizabeth -1812, m 5 Jan 1838 to Robt Young 1811-1895; John - 1817, m Mary ___ 1854; James - Feb 1818,
Roxburgh, Sct; m1- Lamira Burr; m2- Mrs Almiretta Laidlaw; had 8 ch, d 26 Apr 1901, Delhi, NY; Beatty - 1825; m Lewis B Hamilton; Margret - 1828-1916; Jane - 1829; Andrew - 1832, m Margaret____; Alfred - 1835, m Margaret____;
The Glendennings came ca. 1831 and settled at Andes, Del Co, NY. Based on Del Co naturalization records, John prob related to William b 1805, Marrysport, Sct, - came 1832, of Bovina, & James b 1783, WORKINGton, Sct - came 1829 - of Andes, [bros?] no other record of latter Wm & Jas. Was Margaret Scott related to other Scotts of Del Co?
Dan Touse - posted 03-98
GOETTER - Are there church or civil records or bibliographies
of Stephen Goetter (GETTER) and Anna (Susanna) Van Dessal (Getter) who were parents of Phillip Getter. Phillip Getter was born 7 Mar 1803 in Schoharie, Schoharie Co., NY. Phillip's wife was Jane, who's father was W.N.Getter and mother was S. A. Some time after 1823, some of my Getters moved to Hillsdale Co., Mich.
Richard G. Kohler - posted 05-97
GOODENOUGH - John Goodenough, b. 1778; migrated to Delaware County early 1800s from New Hampshire with wife Susannah and at least one child; family lived in Kortright, then in Harpersfield; John d. and buried Harpersfield 1862. Looking for information in particular about 1800-1820, including names of children and school(s) operating in Kortright before 1820 that they might have attended.
If my security rejects your email, I'll release it for correspondents from this query. Thank you!
Mary Kadlecek - posted 08-2011
GOODENOUGH - I would like to find out when the Goodenough family arrived in Delaware County and where did they come from. Thank you very much.
Fred Goodenough - posted 04-2001
GOODRICH - COOK - My ancestor, Elnathan Goodrich (b. 1776, Sharon, Connecticut) married the local schoolteacher in Walton, New York after his first wife (née Sawyer) died. Her name was Sally L. Cook, and I am descended from one of their sons. However, I have been unable to find anything about her origin, e.g., where she was born, who her parents are, &c. I found her 'findagrave' page, and a mention of her in an old newspaper as 'Miss Cook, the schoolteacher, who afterwards married Elnathan Goodrich' but precious little else. As a schoolteacher in that era, with a name like Sally Cook (alias Sarah), she could have come from almost anywhere in the English-speaking world. Her gravestone in Elmira, New York states that she was born 19 July 1781 and an old book on the Goodriches states that she married Elnathan Goodrich 11 February 1813 in Walton, NY. Elnathan Goodrich was a timber merchant in Walton and a member of the Masons and the Congragational church (he was born in Sharon, Connecticut). I can't find a list of Cook children that lists a Sarah or Sally born 19 July 1781, or even a Sarah or Sally Cook that didn't marry someone else. I am also intrigued by her having a middle initial and wonder if that means anything. Later, from census records and birth records for their children, and their gravestones, it appears that they moved, first to Bradford County, PA and thence to Elmira, New York. Does anyone have any information about Sally L. Cook's origins?
Justin L. Ankerman - posted 02-2016
GOODRICH - Searching for information on Stephen Goodrich, Walton - about 1800-1830. May have been son-in-law of Roger Case, also Walton. Any info helpful. Kitti Michalowicz - posted 07-2010
GORDON - I am looking for information on Samuel Gordon. He was married to Elizabeth Scott. They lived in Delhi in 1850 according to the Federal Census. They had the following children: Charles, John, Agnes, William. Elizbeth, Jessie A., and Ellen W.
Gabriele Hammon - posted 10-2001
GORDON - I am looking for information an Agnes Gordon. She married William Henry Hammond in Delhi, New York. I know she was born in 1835 aboard a ship from Scotland.
Gabriele Hammon - posted 10-2001
GOSPER - Researching the surname Gosper, Hessian soldier, 1776. I do not have a given name or a spouse name. He had one son, Charles Gosper b. 21 May 1791, who married Mehitable Fitch 13 August 1813 in Delaware County, NY. Their son Caleb Fitch Gosper b. 27 June 1814 in Walton, Delaware County, NY, married Clarissa Beers 28 October 1838 in Walton, Delaware County, NY. Caleb and Clarissa Gosper lived on a farm in Walton, Delaware County, NY. I am searching for the given name of my elusive Hessian Gosper. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I have genealogy information that I would be happy to share regarding the surnames, Gosper, Fitch and Beers.
Dorothy Cade - posted 06-2001
GOULD - Jay Gould and Helen Day Miller Gould had three daughters and not two daughters (Helen and Anna). Does anyone know the name of the third daughter. The family acknowledges my mother's relation to the family through the third daughter. Thank you.
Cynthia L. Beall - posted 05-2001
GOULD - Searching for the ancestry of grandma Iva GOULD b. 1908 in Teresa NY... She was adopted at 5 days old, by Eva (LAFOUNTAINE) & Myron REYNOLDS of NY... grandma's biological parents are Olive (LAFOUNTAINE) & George HOUGHTALING of Delaware, Co. NY (Iva was the youngest of 6 children) ... Eva & Olive are supposed to be sisters??? Any info would be greatly appreciated.
Audrey - posted 07-2000
GOVERN - have information to share -
James J Govern - posted 03-2012
GRAHAM - I am researching my 3x great grandfather and mother Edward Giles Graham and Margaret Sarah Graham. They lived in Walton, NY in the mid 1800's. Edward was born Feb 1831 and Margaret 1836. I show Edward served with the 144th regiment in the civil war. Edward's father is John and mother is Mary. There are so many great records kept on the area but I can't seem to find much info for the Graham's. I don't know what Margaret's maiden name is or if John and Mary came to Walton from another country. Any info you might have would be appreciated.
Becky Joosten - posted 01-2014
GRAHAM - I would love to find a photo of Samuel Thompson Graham, born 16 September 1817 to Jane Rice and James Graham, who are my great great grandparents. Samuel was a notable butter merchant in Delhi and he and his brother, James Harper Graham, built Dubben's store in Delhi in 1867. Brothers Samuel and James have the two tallest obelisks in Woodland Cemetery, Delhi.
Bernice Graham Telian - posted 03-2013
GRAHAM - Looking for information on Grove Graham- b APPROX 1785 in Delaware county - Married to Betsey (Elizabeth) Wood. Have not been able to locate any info on him after 1840 . Wife and children were in Ogle County Ill in 1850 along with other Woods and Canfields
Barbara - posted 06-2012
GRAHAM - I am trying to locate long lost relatives of mine. They were originally in the Arkville (Margarettville) NY area. My mother was married to their Father, Bob Graham in 1961. Back then their names were Timmy, Joy and Cathy. I don't think they have any idea that I am their ½ sister. If anyone has any information regarding the family, please contact me.
Ms. Jodi Tunis - posted 07-2008
GRAHAM - Am looking for information on Orson Graham & wife, Polly Foote. 1820 census has them in Delaware County & think he died in Sidney Center in 1828. Polly may be from that area. Looking for mother & father of both. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks!
Linda Moffitt - posted 06-2007
GRAHAM - My GG Grandfather, John C. Graham (b. 9 Dec 1810, NY) resided in Masonville in 1840 when he married Catherine Hoose, and shortly thereafter moved to Bradford Co, PA. I have a lot of evidence that his parents were Thomas Graham (3 May 1791, Scotland - 5 Mar 1881, MN) and Isabel Cumming (b 6 Jul 1790). I believe his siblings were: Helen/Ellen G. Graham (10 Apr 1813), m Harman Hogaboom; Unknown Dau (Circa 1815 - ); Isabelle Graham (Circa 1816 - ), m George W. Foster (Circa 1814 - ); Alexander Graham (18 Aug 1818 - 22 Nov 1826); Daniel H Graham (28 Apr 1821 - ); Margery Graham (15 Feb 1824 - ); Thomas Graham Jr. (22 Nov 1826 - 28 Mar 1885) & Amanda M. Rutenber (Circa 1826 - ); Alexander Graham. These were probably all born in Delaware Co. I would appreciate any new information.
Bob Newey - posted 07-2003
GRAHAM - I have diaries by George GRAHAM from upper Dry Brook, Arkville, NY from the turn of the centry. Also writings by his wife Cora PIERCE GRAHAM late 1800s. Any relatives interested in them may contact me.
Bob Vredenburgh - posted 08-2001
GRAHAM - John GRAHAM was b at Philipschiel, Roxburh, Sct, 7 Mar 1754, son of Thomas & Margaret RUTHERFORD of Sct; m 18Feb1773 at Wilton, Rox, Sct, to Jane GREY [b 1754, Sct - d 31 Jun 1831, Bovina, Del Co,
NY;] She is referred to as "LADY JANE GRAY," though there is no documentation or account of how or why of title... John and Jane had: Isabella - 1777; William - 1779, m Janet KEDSIE & moved to Geneva, Ont
Co, NY; Janette - 23Nov 1783, Broadlie, Rox, Sct; m Robert SCOTT; Jane - 1784, m Wm ORMISTON, res Bovina, NY; John Jonathan - 10 Sept 1786, d 16 Feb 1876, Toledo, Tama, Iowa; m Janet ROSE 1807 at Kortright; James - 11 Nov 1788; m Jane RICE - 13 Mar 1791, Tyrone, Ire; had 11 ch incl John Gray Graham b 27 May 1809, Bovina, Del Co, NY, who m2 12 Jan 1842 at W Meredith to Alma, dau of Wm & Hannah CARRINGTON Bouton; 2 of Jas' sons m Stilsons; Thomas - 18 May 1792 - m Elizabeth "Tibbie" CUMMINGS, moved to Blue Mt, Minn; Margaret - 26 Nov 1793 - m Robert STEWART; Euphemia - 22Mar1795 - m Thomas HENDRY, res Harpersfield; The family is said to have come in 1800 to Bovina; Jane Gray Graham d 25 Jun 1831 at Bovina; John later moved to Erin, Chemung Co where he d 7 Oct 1741.
Dan Touse - posted 03-98
GRANLEES - Looking for birthplace of Johnson Granlees, 1838-1884, Delhi and Hamden, Delaware, wife Helen Hogg, 1831-1909, children Robert, Helen and Elizabeth. Michelle Marks - posted 01-2013
GRANSBURY - Looking for information on Charles William GRANSBURY born 6 Jan 1924, probably Delaware Co., NY. Died 17 Jan 1995 in Delaware. Last known residence was Masonville, Delaware, NY. His parents are Harvey Willet GRANSBURY and Margaret Elizabeth SCHULTZ. Need his wife and her information as well as their children.
Cheryl Harmon Bills - posted 05-2004
GRANSBURY - Benjamin. Was arrested for robbery in Walton and appeared at Ct. of Sessions at Co. Court at Delhi. How can I get a record of the proceedings. Bloomville Mirror 6-25-61. He also made a jail break in May 1861 and would like more information on what happened after this. Thank You.
email@example.com - posted 12-2003
GRANSBURY - Edward was arrested for Bigamy 13 Sep 1870 and is in Court 27 Sep 18770. He was sent to State Prison for 4 years. This information was taken from the Bloomville Mirror 9-27-70 pg 1 col 3. Also other information from BM 9-13-70. My question is how do I get a copy of the court proceedings on this case and how do I find information that might be on him at the State Prison at?.
firstname.lastname@example.org - posted 12-2003
GRANT - Looking for information on the Grants of Delaware County.
Doug Moscrip - posted 08-2016
GRANT - Looking for info on or decendants of Alfred (Albert) H. Grant and his wife Marion Vanorsdoll. They are buried in Hancock N.Y. and lived most of their lives in Sullivan and Delaware Counties. In researching these two I have not been able to find much info about their parents. Malline Vanorsdoll is listed as mother of Marion but dead end from there. Any help would be great.
Susan Spearman - posted 11-2011
GRANT - My name is Dianna Ink. I'm trying to find info on my grandfather Lynn Hector GRANT. I know his father was Erwin C Grant and his mother was Emma, Alyn Dayton. Any help I can recieve will be much appreiciated!
Dianna Ink - posted 11-2011
GRANT - I am trying to find the names of ships that brought families from Scotland to NY - first settling in the Catskill area and later in Delaware County. The years would be 1772, 1774, 1777 or thereabouts. The families who came over would include Cumming, Grant, McDonald, MacDonnell, Stewart, Kedzie, Hume, and Rose. Possible ships names are "The Pearl", "The George", and "The Blessing". I have the ships list for "The George" in 1774, but there may have been another. These families were primarily friends and families who uprooted their families and moved in similar directions to settle near each other. (I also have the Grant family book as a reference already). I have a sense of the migration, but need to find specifics.
Pat Watts - posted 09-2006
GRANT - I am searching for further information regarding the Allen GRANT family. Allen was a native of Scotland and married there (name of wife unknown). He came to U.S. and settled in Delaware Co. He and his wife are both buried there. He is said to have had 4 boys and 3 girls. One son was named Duncan A. GRANT, born 24 Feb. 1788 in Delaware Co. Can anyone provide information regarding the other 6 children?
Nancy T. Schatz - posted 02-2004
GRANT - I am looking in Delaware County for the family of Ira Grant and his wife Hannah. He had a son named Ira also. They came from Conn. Ira and Hannah are my g g grandparents and Ira (son) married Esther Secor in 1850 in Stafford NY. Ira and Esther had a son Charles H. I can locate only Ira and Esther.
Geraldine Barry - posted 06-2003
GRANT - Seeking information about Eleanor "Nellie" C. Grant (1869-1950), born in Hale Eddy. She married James W. Lockwood (1868-1935), son of Wilbur Lockwood in 1888. Her parents are William P. Grant and Harriet Newell, both originally from Broome County. The "P" in William's name either stands for Penn or Peter. James and Nellie's children include Chester, Evelyn Mae "Eva," James W., Sadie and Sidney. Note: There is a James W. Lockwood that is a brother of Wilbur. He was killed during the Civil War.
Tom Nevlud - posted 05-2002
GRANT - In Dec 1838, a letter was received by John Burgess (wife Ann Robertson) at Kortright Delaware Co NY. Mentioned were Douglas Grant, I. Grant and McQueens. Peter McQueen who died in Davenport 3 Nov. 1845 probated 16 Mar. 1846 has a John Burgess and Jane Ann
Burgess mentioned. John had a daughter named Jane Ann.John and family moved to Wis and he died there in 1846. John's other daughter (Marjory?) May was married to Jonathon Miles Bradley (from Vermont) in Delaware Co. on Oct. 2, 1857. Any information on these people is appreciated.
Carole - posted 01-2002
GRANT - I would like to share information on the descendants of Walter Grant and his wife Margaret Clark Grant. They lived in Davenport in the early 1800's. Walter was born in 1796 and Margaret was born in 1794. They had 12 children (in order, born from 1814-1847): Janette, Anneleza, Sarah, Margaret, Polly, Clark, Hannah (m. a Mr. COLE), Osmer, Adeline, Emeline (m. Seth TenEYCK), Nellie (m. a Mr. Case), and Calvin (m. Julia Strader). Walter and Margaret are buried in the Davenport Cemetery.
--Collin Haight (note: Collin passed away 26 December 2007)
GRANT - Could someone please help me find the parents of Darius B. GRANT, who lived in Delhi, Delaware Co., NY in late 1800's. Married Emmeline Graham from same. Thank you.
Anne Beidler - posted 02-2000
GRANT - Does anyone know of a John Grant from Delaware County who was a Loyalist going to Canada during the American Revolution?
Peggy Grant - posted 03-99
GRANT - Ann Halpin was born in the town of Tulla, Wicklow County, Ireland in 1814. She married Henry Grant in 1836. They left Liverpool on February 18, 1837, "had a very stormy voyage," and landed in New York City on April 7. Henry and Ann stayed in the city for a week before joining Henry's uncle (possibly George Grant) in Meredith, New York. Their first four children, Katherine (spinster), Mary Ann (married Willard DANN), Eliza E. (married John PINE), and Jennie (married Henry NEALE) were born there. The family moved to Hamden in 1842 where the last five were born: Cynthia Flora (married James NORTHRUP), Ellen S., Diana, David Henry (bachelor), and James. The Grants moved to Walton on May 1, 1855. Although Henry died four months later, Ann and her children remained in Walton. Great-great granddaughter of Mary Ann Grant and Willard Dann would like to exchange data with other descendants.
Carolee Inskeep- posted 07-98
GRANT - I'm looking for information on the GRANT family. Powell Grant had 6 children, Lee, Harris,Robert, Lillian, ? , and Julia. Julia was born around 1894 and died 10-19-30. She's buried in
Bloomville. Julia married Charles Coan 3-10-1915. Powell was my great grandfather and I'd like to be able to trace further back.
Ruth Willson - posted 07-97
GRASS - Looking for info on Emmett T. Grass lineage. Born 1856; died 1937 in Unadilla, NY - wife: Harriett E. Cass b. 1866 died 1936 in Unadilla, NY. Children: Nellie Grass Spauling; Wilaim R. Grass, b 1880; Anna E. Grass 1885; Ella Grass 1886; Lena Grass b. 1888; Pearl Grass b.1891; Clifford Grass 1893; Flloyd Grass b. 1894; George Grass b. 1899. Also looking for Mary Grass who may be alive and insitutitonalized in
Cindy Robinson - posted 04-2000
GRATOPP- I am looking for any information on Henry and Magdalena Gratopp, and any of their children. They lived in Hortonville (which they eventually moved to Apex) down the street from Henry's brother John. They had 7 children that I know of, Emma(never married), Henry Jr., William(married my Great Grandmother Chloe ??? who had 2 sisters Amy and Libby), Anna(Peck), Louisa(DeGroat), George, Helena(Garrison). William married my Great Grandmother Chloe and they had my Grandmother, Eliza Eunice Gratopp, was born in 1906, and than he died in 1908.
DAISYD0117@aol.com - posted 01-2007
GRAVES - I'm looking for information on the Graves family in the Delaware County area, particularly Asahel, Si Remington, Hannah etc., the time frame would be late 1700 - early 1800's.
James Graves - posted 05-2007
GRAVES - How can I find whether Harriet Graves, daughter of Abner, born 1814, in Masonville, was married in Delaware County prior to
1846? I need some direction to resources. Thank you! Teddy Cole - posted 03-2001
GRAVES - Thomas died in Sidney in 1865. Looking for parents or siblings. Thomas was born in 1797 unk place. Married twice 1st Mariah S ( ), She died 1842. He m 2nd Olive OWENS in 1843. children : Maria 1849 (my line) m Wright, Clark, Hellen, Jane or Sarah Jane m Hubbell, Thomas David. My gggrandfather Thomas was a mail carrier and lived in Unadilla a large part of his life. He was also a veteran of 1812.
Shirley Becker - posted 03-2002
GRAVES - seek anc/desc of Hiram GRAVES - 19 Jul 1785, NY state; m Annie JOHNSON - 19 May 1791, ____; res Harpursfield in early 1800s, later moved to Oneonta area; had: Russell - 4 Jan 1809; Ezra J - 4 Dec 1810;
Nathan - 12 Mar 1813, Harpersfield, m 2 Oct 1836 at Oneonta to Catherine - b 16 Apr 1818, Oneonta, NY, day of John & Catherine COUSE BREWER; Moses - 28 Jan 1816; Harriet - 17 Dec 1818, m Edwin BARNES, res Oneonta;
Laura Ann - 25 Oct 1827, m Harvey Sage, res Oneonta; Olive - 3 Dec 1821, m Mr Woods; Martha - 6 Jun 1830; Sarah - 20 Feb 1833; Annie d 1841 and Hiram m2 Catherine____ and had Sally - 1848 - m Jas Parris.
Dan Touse - posted 03-98
GRAY - I am trying to find out more about James Samuel Gray of Delaware County, born in mid 1800, and married Margaret Elizabeth Grey Wallace, my great grandparents.
Steve - posted 03-2002
GRAY - In 2003 I was contacted by Dennis BONNER who at the time was beginning his GRAY family research. He shared some information and pictures he had of his g-grandparents, Lottie BURBANK and Chauncey GRAY and Chauncey's family. He said once his research was better established he'd be able to share more. However, I have tried to contact him at the email address I had for him at the time only to discover it is no longer available. If you are the Dennis Bonner I am searching for (or anyone else with similar information), please contact me.
My Gray family line descends through Elizabeth LEWIS and Edmund GRAY and further back to Edmund's parents, Mary ALLEN and Jacob GRAY. I would love to share information with anyone else researching this line. Also researching the following family lines: LEWIS, CANTWELL, RUTESHOUSER, TERRY.
Debby Sprechman - posted 05-2006
GRAY - I am looking for information on my great grandparents. Any help will be welcome. I'm not sure if all the info I have is correct but here it is. Samuel J. Gray b: April 15,1857 in Bradford County Pa; Ophelia M Hall b: October 11, 1856 in Delhi, Delaware Co.; They had 7 children all born in Delhi. They were: Olive A. Gray; Louis B.Gray; Grover Leander Gray; Mabel Gray; Nelson Gray; Homer Ambrose Gray; Gladys Gray. I believe they were married between 1875 and 1877, possibly in Delhi. Samuel died between 1893 and 1914.
Gladys Heath - posted 04-2005
GRAY - Looking for any info on Gilead Gray, born 1764, died in Delaware County, NY between 1820-1830. Was Joel Gray one of his sons? Are his parents Ebenezer Gray and Anna Lockwood?
Steven Winget - posted 02-2003
GRAY - Seeking information on George Gray and wife Harriet Bowker of Walton, late 1800's. Children Seymour, MaryJane and Florence.
Rhonda Miller - posted 05-99
GRAY - Looking for names of children of Alexander and Ann Gray who lived in Stamford in the 1820s and 30s. Alexander died in Roxbury in 1836. One child (my ancestor) was named George, b. 1820 near Hobart. Alexander and Ann both born Scotland.
Susan Gray Detweiler - posted 11-98
GREEG - Is the James Greeg born 1804.who was naturlized in Delhi 1844 related to you. He reported that he came to U.S. from Warrenpoint Ireland in 1831.
Dick Hahn - posted 08-2004
GREEN - Looking for Stephen GREEN and Ester GRIFFIN. Stephen died May 22, 1878 Griffins Corner. Ester died Mar 09, 1848 Griffin's Corner.
Brian Nagurski - posted 07-2011
GREEN - and WOOLHEATER/WOOLHIZER - I am doing research on Daniel GREEN and Hannah WOOLHEATER/WOOLHIZER. They had 7 children: John Thomas, Charles, Deborah, Margaret, Jehiel, Daniel, and Jerusha. They later relocated to Bradford County,
Pennsylvania. All the children were born in Delaware County. If you have any info please contact me at email@example.com
Corry Bower - posted 12-2007
GREEN(E)- Looking for Smith Green birth abt.1792 , married a Mary Polly Holford birth abt. 1797. I am looking for Smith Green's parents. Also with this Smith Green found that he shot a man with the intent to kill a Milton Bushnell in 1853 any info on either subject would also be appreciated. This would be in the town of Middletown, Del.Co.NY.
Dee - posted 02-2006
GREEN(E) - Looking for information on any Green familys in Middletown, Delaware Co. in 1790 in Kortright, Pine Hill, Woodstock. They were listed in The Assessment rolls in 1798-E. part of the twp. of Delhi. Jabez, Clark, Duty, John Sr., John Jr., Joseph. Philaman, Silas, Caleb, Widdow Green.
Dorothy Sumner - posted 10-2002
GREEN - I am trying to locate my Great Great Grandmother I have found some of her relatives in the Walton Cemetary Online but cannot find
Antonette (Secor)Green nor her sister Flora Meisner. Can you help?
Maryanne Hutchison - posted 03-2001
GREENE - Re: Adelbert Greene (1855-1922) - I am seeking clarification of the circumstances surrounding the death in 1922 of Adelbert Greene. Entries in the Coroner's Reports from the Delaware County Board of Supervisors' books, under Adelbert Greene and Adelbert Green, on this website, indicate a finding of suicide "exact means unknown". Also, there seems to be some controversy surrounding the assumption of coroner's authority as indicated in the Adelbert Green entry. My information, passed down from generation to generation, was that Adelbert Greene had been hunting when he was bitten by a rattlesnake. He had made a tourniquet by ripping his shirt into strips which he had tied together. Also, the remains of the snake which he had killed with his rifle, had been found nearby. It was surmised that Adelbert had subsequently suffered a heart attack in the course of his ordeal, which attack had been the cause of his death. Does anyone have any further information about Adelbert's death?
Stephen C. Greene - posted 06-2003
GREEN/GREENE - I have been tracing the Greens for 2 years in Delaware County, Middletown area. I have had great success until I came across my gr gr gr grandfather. His name is Smith Green Sr. married to a Polly Holford. They had 14 children. I have located 7 of their children. It is possible that Smiths first name is Stephen according to a death cert. of a daughter that I have, although the rest of the cert. I have refer to him as Smith. He was born around 1792 and in NY. Some of the children are as follows: Anson, Benjamin, Stephen, Smith Jr., Abigal, Lydia. Am interested in who his parents are and any other info.
Terry - posted 09-99
GREENE - I'm looking for these Greene's who were lived in Deleware County during the mid 1800's: Stephen, Anson, Smith, Wallace, Asa, Lydia, Landa, Mary(Helford), and Alex.
Beth Doers - posted 08-98
GREENE - Looking for wife of Stephen Green. Her first name is Emiline. They lived in Fleischmanns NY. They are together in the 1850-1860 Cencus. Stephen disappears after 1860, but Emiline continues on in the cencus and by 1892 is living with her son Jefferson Greene. Any info on Emiline is greatly appreciated.
TWBirds@aol.com - posted 01-98
GREENMAN - I am looking for any information on the Greenman family in Hales Eddy & Deposit areas of Delaware Co., especially Orville E. Greenman, 1861-1936, his wife Margaret Elizabeth Ogden McGuire Greenman, 1854-? and their adopted son Leslie Ogden Greenman, 1909-1981.
Richard Greenman - posted 11-98
GREGORY-LOCKWOOD - In 1900 one Cornelious Wells Shew was arrested on a farm in Apex, NY for the crime of the murder of Jackson Pepper in PA. He along with an accomplice were hanged at Monrose, Pa in Sept of 1901. I would like information as to who owned the farm where he was arrested and did he have relatives in the Apex area in particular the Lockwood or Gregory Surname.
Chester Shew - posted 02-2013
GREGORY - My mom, Linda Grant, and Grandmother, Jessilyn Gregory Grant, were born in Delaware county. Grandma was raised in Margertsville and mom was born in N Harpersfield in 1944. I know that my Grandma's great grand parents David and Sally Haight are buried in Marysville cemetery. I am trying to find out information on my grandmother's mother Frieda Haight Gregory. I'm trying to locate where she is buried and if there's a head stone on her grave. I am also interested in any info there might be on my grandfather Lynn H Grant's family. Jessilyn's parents were Frank and Frieda Gregory.
Dianna Ink - posted 03-2010
GREGORY - I am searching for info on Ezra Gregory and Rebecca "Betsey" Hopkins and their family. Ezra and Rebecca move to Delaware County from Dutchess County, NY following the Rev. War. They left with Alexander Harper's party in 1798 to establish Harpersfield, OH out of the wilderness.
Deanna Allen - posted 05-2007
GREGORY - I am searching for any information regarding Gregory (Samuel, Everett, Hiram, etc) and the Roosa family. Samuel Gregory is my great-great grandfather and he is buried in Harvard Cemetary as well as the Roosa's who are also my great-grandparents. Am also looking for information on Hiram Gregory and Jeannette MacArthur.
Mary Zweber - posted 05-2006
GREGORY - I am interested in obtaining any information regarding: The Gregory family of Delaware County. There were 3 siblings named Samuel (b. 1869) Susie (b 1892), and Della (b 1894) and also any information on Martin and Lillian Roosa and their three children: Minnie, Harrison and Ellsworth. Samuel Gregory married Minnie Roosa and they are my great-great grandparents. I am particularly interested in finding out about Samuel's parents.
Mary Zweber - posted 03-2006
GREGORY - Searching for info on Anna Reynolds GREGORY, b. 1776 d. 1841-42, Colchester. Married to Daniel Gregory, daughter Fanetta (Phebe) Gregory. Who is: GREGORY, Anna d. December 22, 1884, 33 yrs 8m 10d, buried in Swan Lake Cemetery, Delaware County, NY?
Penny - posted 03-2006
GREGORY - Searching for John F. Gregory, b.1855-d. 1912; Married Fannie Dibble, b.1857-d.1929. Both are buried Riverside Cemetary, Bloomville, NY. Also Nellie Gregory; she married Roderick Dibble, b. 1851-53 d. 1927. John and Nellie were brother and sister as was Fannie and Roderick. Simon and Anna (Davis) Dibble of Meredith, Del. Co. was Fannie and Roderick's parents.
Polly Stafford - posted 10-2002
GREGORY - Looking for information on Samuel O. Gregory, lived in Delaware Cty. Mustered in 144th regiment. Gary had no info on date of birth or death of Samuel O. I am trying to confirm if this is my great-great grandfather. I have Samuel being born on oct 12,1827 and died Nov. 12 1884. If this is the Samuel O. I am looking for and info would be apprieciated on town he lived and family members.
Mike Gregory - posted 01-99
GREGORY - Timothy Gregory built cabin just above Gregorytown in 1766. Am trying to find info on his parents. Present research shows father to be John, son of Joseph. Mother's name and his place of birth unknown. Ancient trail was blazed from Minisink, near Port Jervis, through forest to Gregorytown. He came from what is now Putnam County, or so family stories state. Buried Phelps burying ground in Town of Colchester. Born 1743, don't know where. Died 23 Jan 1821. Served Col. Ludington's 7th regiment Dutchess County militia during Revolution.
Lester E Gregory - posted 11-98
GREGORY - I am looking for anyone doing research on the Gregory family of
Delaware county, trying to find which combination of MILLER/GREGORY were the parents of Earl Gregory Miller, my ggrandfather. The earliest of the Gregory line that I can identify is Timothy. Any help would be appreciated.
Harley L. Miller - posted 09-2008
GRENELL - Looking for 1878 - death record, location of burial - Eliza Grenell wife of Barnum Grenell - Harpersfield, NY
Frank DeSimone - posted 05-2004
GRIFFIN - I am looking for any information about a Clara GRIFFIN CARTER (1850(?) - 1890(?). Family stories say she was born in Griffins Corner and in some way related to Matthew and DeWitt Griffin. She married William Elliot Carter in 1873 and then lived/died in Brooklyn, NY.
J. Carter - posted 01-2010
GRIFFIN - My ggggrandfather, William Griffin, was born in Delhi, NY on Nov. 6, 1771. He was married three times, with
each marriage taking place in/around Delaware County.
Anna Griffin (1771-1812) married 1795; Elizabeth Townsend married circa 1813; Sarah Sloat Furman (1793-1885) married 1825.
Except for wife number one, who accompanied William to Ohio in 1837, I have not been able to find any info about either of his first two wives. Any info would be greatly apprecited.
Gary Griffin - posted 01-2007
GRIFFIN - Need location on Readburn Rd. of Readburn Cemetary. Searching for burial site of Peter G. Griffin and wife Phoebe. Peter died abt. 1860. Father of Stephen and George W. of Readburn area.
Don Griffin-posted 04-2005
GRIFFIN - Mary Frances Griffin Blish in the 1910 Fleischmanns Middletown census was a Public School teacher. Hopefully someone may come across a class photo from that era and area .
John - posted 01-2005
GRIFFIN - Researching my sketchy info for this family. My great-great Grandmother Susan Griffin is shown in 1880 census at Erie, PA as widow, age 64 with her daughter Hannah, age 41. I believe the family lived in Andes per other info on your site. Another daughter of Susan's was my great-grandmother Perthana M. Griffin who married James Murphy in 1860 in Hamden by Rev. Browne.
Nancy Hole - posted 03-2004
GRIFFIN - I just discovered Jonathan Griffin in the 1860 census..NY...Stamford post office, Delaware Co., Harper's Field M653 roll 743 pg. 426. Jonathan Griffin age 40 occupation may be sexton or maybe pastor? (can't read writing);Deborah Griffin age 33; Julia A. Griffin age 14; Florence E. Griffin age 6; Charlotte A. Griffin age 11; Benjamin? Griffin age 12. I found Jonathan Griffin again, in the 1850 census,Harpersfield age 31...harness maker? Ann Griffin (her name ws Deborah A. Durfey); Julian Griffin age 5, male? Byroam or Benjamin? Griffin age 3; Charlot. B. Griffin age 2; Mary J. Griffin, age 15 - must have moved out by 1860. Would you have any info on Griffins in Harpersfield? I also found a John Griffin, 1820 I think, in Hancock...a child was listed in the right age catagory..and a Peter G. Griffin in Stamford I think..in 1830, with a person the right age of Jonathan, listed ....but no names of course this far back..just the households listed.
Deb Hanna - posted 11-2016
GRIFFIN - I am seeking information on Maria Griffin of Delaware County who married William J short from Penn, they moved to Illinois and had seveal children one of whom was Charles Short. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
Lisa - posted 05-2003
GRIFFIN - I am seeking Information on Maria Griffin, She married William J Short in Fulton Co, Illinois April 1, 1860. She gives her birth place as New York. I know that The Griffin family was prominent in Delaware County. Any information that anyone may have would be greatly appreciated.
Lisa Payne - posted 02-2003
GRIFFIN - Looking for info about James J. Griffin and his wife Emma Jeanette Cronk. Both are buried in the Halcott Cemetery
John Dillon - posted 10-2002
GRIFFIN - William Griffin of Long Island had four sons: William, John, Ezekiel and Solomon. William (Jr.) settled in Delaware Co. 1765.
William (Sr.) lost his property during the Revolutionary War due to his loyalty to England, and John hid William's fine horses in Delaware Co.
I think I descend from Long Island William, as apparently do Matthew and DeWitt Griffin, of Griffin's Corners. I would appreciate hearing from
anyone else researching this line or having additional information re these Griffins. Thank you.
Jessie Traband - posted 05-2002
GRIFFIN - I'm looking for any information about Mary F. Griffin b. 1-22-1890 d. 10-22-1915. She is buried in the Clovesville Cemetery. She married Milfred Blish 3-2-1910. I'm looking to find her parents/siblings names. Thanks for any help.
John Dillon - posted 02-2002
GRIFFIN - I am also WORKING on Peter G. Griffin & Phebe Parks Griffin. I am descended from their son Alexander Hamilton Griffin and his wife
Clarissa (Travis) Griffin. I would like to contact Don, but the e-mail bounces back. I have a lot of information, but would always welcome more. Thanks.
Gail McTamaney - posted 01-2002
GRIFFIN - I have finally found out that the name of my gggg-grandfather is "Parent Griffin". With such a name he can easily be
found in the 1810 to 1840 census records. According to these records he was born between 1781-1784 and that his wife Thena Pelham was born between
1785-1790. Parent and Thena took most of their family to Lucerne County, PA between 1830 and 1840. Some of the children start to show up there in the
PA 1850 census, but Parent and Thena disappear after the 1840 census.
Steve Griffin - posted 08-2005
GRIFFIN - Seeking burial site of Peter G. Griffin and wife Phebe (Parks) Griffin. On Hancock census 1790 to 1850. Sons were George W., buried at Walton and Stephen of the Town of Tompkins. Peter may have died about 1860..
Don Griffin - posted 11-2001
GRIFFIN - Researching family of William Henry Griffin born 1846; his parents were John Griffin and Hannah Miles (dob unknown). William
had a sister Clarris or Clarissa (dob unknown). Family legend has great-grandfather Griffin coming from Griffin's Corners, NY; he served
in the Civil War as a drummer with the Ulster guard. Any information greatly appreciated.
KarenJudge - posted 01-2001
GRIFFIN - Seeking information on the Griffin family that may have lived in Delaware Co. in the 1700 & 1800's. Anna Griffin married George Harder in 1833. They were my Great Grandparents on my grandmothers side. My Grandmothers name was Jessie Belle Harder Howard. I can trace the family back to 1743 but I have a gap of who was Anna's Grandfather. Her parents were John Griffin and Elizabeth Archer, but I don't know who John's parents were, or john's date of birth. I have a list of all of the Griffin men who could have been John's father but I don't have him identified.
Floyd Howard - posted 12-2002
GRIFFIN - Matthew of Griffin Corners, now Fleishmans I have covered, need his brothers and sisters also the cemetaries in the area Had a great time today at the Delaware historical building.
Alice Pullman - posted 08-98
I am looking for information on my family tree. What I have so far is the following from an 1896 book entitled "Commemorative Biographical Record Of Ulster County": my gggg-grandfather Griffin (first name unknown) married Thena Pelham, both native of Delaware County, and had children William, Joseph, Pelham, Green, Levi, James, Ezekiel, Sarah, Rachel, Emeline, Eli and Daniel. My ggg-grandfather William Griffin (1793 - ?) was born near Griffin's Corners and married Jane Rogers (1805 - 1888) who was born in Shandaken. William and Jane had children Henry W. and John (and George?). John married Jane Crispell and had children Jean, Josephine, Sarah, George, Effie and David. It is possible that John and Jane owned the Arkville "Griffin and Crispell hotel" as mentioned in a Dewitt B. Cole
sketch found elsewhere. My gg-grandfather Henry W. Griffin (1/1/1827 - ?) was also born near Griffin's Corners and was married 1/16/1850 to Catherine J. Smith (9/16/1831 - ?). Henry and Catherine had children Ezra (7/12/1858 - ?), Lester (1/4/1851 - 2/2/1892), Delbert (11/30/1862 - ?), Alice M. (12/2/1855 - ?) and Emma (5/13/1869 - ?).
Steve Griffin - posted 08-2005
GRIFFIN - Searching for information on my ggggrandfather William GRIFFIN. He and his family moved to Fulton Co., OH from Delaware Co., NY about 1837. He was a cooper and a farmer. He was born about 1770 - 1780 in NY. He was married 3 times. His third wife was Sarah (Sallie) SLOAT Furman - this was her second marriage. She was born in NY about 1793. Together they may have had 27 children. I have information about the 5 children they had together: James L. b. 23 Sept. 1826 in NY, Mary Delia b. 1832 in NY, Ezekial T. b. 11 July 1834 in NY, George S. b. 29 Mar. 1836 in NY and William Henry b. Feb. 1838 in OH. William also may have had a son or brother named Obadiah. I have found 2 William Griffins in the 1800 US census for Delaware Co., 1 in Meredith Twp. and another in Middletown Twp. There is also a William Griffin listed in 1799 in Kortright as "incompetent" on a Juror's List. Any and all information would be greatlyappreciated.
Patricia Carosella - posted 08-2004
GRIFFIN - I'm looking for John and Beriah (WEBSTER) GRIFFIN's birth and death dates. They moved to Stamford from Fairfield, Conn. John had businesses in Stamford for many years, he sold out and moved to Hobart and started a
business with his cousin Orrin Griffin. There were many Griffins in these areas, need help with their birth, death, and marriage dates. Can anyone help?
Penny - posted 01-98
GRISWOLD - Looking for any possible information on Harriet Griswold born 30 October 1816 Walton? Married Caleb Taft 1830s, Children Frances Cedilia Taft born 20 August 1836 in Walton, NY. Thank you for any help in my search.
Bob Burns - posted 05-99
GRODEVANT - Looking for Hannah Grodevant born about 1780 who married Moses Warner. They lived in Delaware County and their daughter, Rachel, born 1814 married Asa N Moore, son of Zebulinb MOORE and Hannah HOAG of Sands Creek/Kelsey. Thanks.
Kim - posted 01-98
GROSS - Looking for information on my paternal great-grandfather: John F. Gross. Lived in Colchester, Delaware Co., N.Y. in 1880's and '90's. His wife, Charlotte Wilbur, died 1893 along with several of his children. He adopted the surviving children out to various people, including my paternal grandmother, Ethel Theoadora Gross who was adopted by Gibson and Georgianna Sanderson. John F. then disappeared. I'm looking for John's parents or possible siblings.
Joyce B. Shultis - posted 07-2007
GROSS - Looking for info on parents or siblings of John F. Gross b. c. 1860's. Married Charlotte R. Wilbur before 1885, had 6
children, one who was my grandmother, Ethel Gross adopted by Gibson Sanderson.
Joyce Shultis - posted 10-2000
GROVER - My GGGGrandfather, Aaron C. Grover b: 1802, Cayuga Co., became a preacher about 1834. His son William C. (my GGGrandfather was born in Delaware Co., NY. in 1835. I have the whole family line from Aaron to the present day, but I don't know who Aaron's parents were. He was married to Mary Ann Davis. The 1830 Census has them living in Groveland, Livingston Co., NY. They were living in Ohio by 1837. Can you help me locate him in Delaware Co., NY?
Joan (Grover) Pearson - posted 01-2007
GUILE - Looking for Info on Mark Guile, who lived on River St. Sidney, NY in 1937.
Lynda Jakaitis - posted 02-2001
GUNN - I would greatly appreciate a lookup of the 1860 census for Delware County for a GUNN family. I am doing research on a Junius GUNN, possibly the son of John B. and Lydia GUNN, who was listed in the first census of Lubbock County, Texas in 1880. He lists Delaware County, New York as his birthplace, but it would really be interesting to see how he got from New York to Texas! John B. and Lydia seem to be long-time residents of Delware County, and a listing for a "James" in the 1850 census with them would be the right age for "Junius." Any scraps would be a help! Best wishes from Lubbock, Texas
Judy Womack - posted 04-2001
GUNN - I am looking for ancestors of Elizabeth Gunn, b.1812 in ?, died 1894 and married to James Neish, b.1814,d.1902 in Shavertown, NY. Their daughter, Mary Ann Neish married James Penney and they are my wife's GGrandparents. We can provide descendancy info on Neish/Penney family.
Judy - posted 05-99