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|* indicates signed with X||proved = probated||daus: = daughters|
|d/o = daughter of||s/o = son of||w/o = wife of|
|gr.ch.= grandchildren||wd/o = widow of||wit: = witnesses|
|ex: = executor(s)||ch/o = child(ren) of||* = ERRATA|
|hus: = husband||d.s.p. = died without issue||(sic) = as written|
|t.s = tombstone||ibid = same as above||g = guardian|
|c = counsel||unm = unmarried||(c) = calculated|
no bk or pg # noted ENGLISH, Hezekiah of Dryden -(had lot 72 in Dryden) dated: ? - proved: 4 August 1850 wife: Mary sons: eldest, Elisha, Jesse, John, William, Philander, Joseph, Lewis and Hezekiah daus: Sarah Ann (unm), Elizabeth OVERACKER, Hannah (late Scofield), Nancy HALL, Charlotte SCOFIELD, Catharine HILDEBRANT and Maria P. VANORDER wit: Augustus SHERRILL of Ithaca and Wessel MIDDAUGH of Dryden ex: Jesse ENGLISH 2nd and Hezekiah ENGLISH (paid $25.00 for trouble) will packet 1884 - 1889 T:178 OSMUN, Ezekiel of Ithaca d.30 August 1887 bur. N.Lansing age 82yrs 3mo dated: 6 November 1886 - proved: 19 December 1887 wife: Diana(d/o James PATTERSON from Ireland, 2nd wife - lst wife Caty d/o Jacob and Dorothy [STORM] SHOEMAKER) sons: John D. OSMUN of Ithaca, Tompkins Co. 60yrs Jacob S. OSMUN of Genoa, Cayuga Co. 57yrs daus: Dorothea A. w/o Charles WILCOX 50yrs gr.sons: sons of dec'd son Abram - George E. OSMUN 22yrs; Fred A. OSMUN 19yrs; Frank W. OSMUN 16yrs; Lee, (Lebar)OSMUN 16yrs twins above named grandchildren living at 159-161 Grand River, Detroit,Mi. wit: Frederick P. RANDOLPH and Ira GARDINER both of Ithaca adm. Diana OSMUN widow : special guardian J. TRUMAN The mother of Abram's children was Martha d/o George PEARSALL. OSMUN, Caty died intestate 31 January 1878 was proved 4 May 1882. reads the same except for ages of heirs. Letters of Adm. 41:367 see John OSMUN Letters of Adm. 41:533 OSMUN, Abram of Lansing (d.20 January 1884 bur. N. Lansing s/o John ) proved: 31 July 1885 sons: Jacob OSMUN of Lansing 52yrs; Charles OSMUN of Lansing 39yrs gr.daus: Emma MILLER of Lansing 2yrs; Etta CONKLIN of Lansing 21yrs (d/o dec'd dau. Betsey wf/o John CONKLIN) adm.: wife Anna (SHOEMAKER) OSMUN see John OSMUN 1:81 final 1881 [History says s/o Abraham and Sarah [JORDAN] OSMUN OSMUN, William of Lansing - died 15 January 1862 dated: 20 December 1861 - proved: ? wife: not mentioned (ed.note married Catharine d/o Henry and Maria [KUGLEVIN] NEWMAN - September 1861 both buried Asbury) sons: William A. J. 21 Sep 1827 - m. Mary Margaret, d/o Isaac and Sally [OSMUN]DAVIS. daus: Elmira m. Charles HEDDON 17 Sep 1809 - 22 Apr 1878; Christiann m. Jacob SHOEMAKER - 11 Apr 1874 66yrs; Elizabeth 1805 - 25 May 1868 m. Richard G. MORGAN 1797 - 14 Feb 1865; Catharine - 17 Nov 1869 m. John W.(esley) GIBBS - 17 May 1883; Julia - 23 Feb 1871 71yrs m. Ira WYCOFF 5 Oct 1812 - 12 Jun 1884 s/o Jesse & Susanna(BROWN); Permilla 1822 - 22 July 1874 Auburn, Cayuga Co. Asbury M.E. m. Henry TERPENNING 1806 - 1866; all 21 yrs of age gr. ch.: children of dau. Christiann SHOEMAKER - Ann SHOEMAKER w/o Anson WYCKOFF; Elmira SHOEMAKER w/o Oliver BRECKENRIDGE; Sarah SHOEMAKER w/o Dennis s/o John & Elizabeth (OSBORNE) KELLY did they come to Oakland Co. Mi.? Elizabeth was the d/o William and Margaret [TOAN] OSBORNE (see her father and step mother's wills); youngest Emma SHOEMAKER (m. Randall SMITH of Cato) wit: Thomas J. MAPES and John DOUGLAS ex: William A. J. OSMUN and 6 others annexed from Catharine SHOEMAKER 27 January 1862 (Jacob SHOEMAKER sick 5 February 1862) (ed.note: Jacob SHOEMAKER s/o Jacob and Dorothy [STORMS] SHOEMAKER Richard G. MORGAN s/o Evan and Sally (GOODWIN) MORGAN of Pa. also see Maria SCHENCK letter) will Summit County Ohio OZMUN, Isaac of Boston Twp. Summit Co. Ohio (brother of Wm. and s/o Abraham and Sarah [JORDAN] OZMUN) War of 1812 soldier in Cayuga Co., NY. born 2 March 1785 Smith's Clove, Orange Co., New York - 26 May 1866 his will was gone from the folder and so we have re-constructed his family from several different sources. wife: Maria (nee NEWMAN) 19 March 1787 York Co. Pa. - 12 January 1863 95yrs 9mo 23da both buried Boston Twp. Cemetery see pg 1 i: Lucious Z.F. OZMUN 20 Jul 1807 - 18 Jul 1892 unm ii: Malinda OZMUN 27 Aug 1809 - 17 Apr 1854 m. Joseph LAMB iii: Margaret OZMUN 1 Jan 1812 - 1882 m. Abisha CROSSMAN iv: Hector C.P. OZMUN 19 Feb 1815 - 19 May 1879 m. Nancy LONG v: Polly Maria OZMUN 24 Mar 1817 - m. Samuel CARTER vi: Catherine OZMUN 27 Jun 1824 - m. Robert ASHLEY vii: Abraham Newman OZMUN 26 Jan 1827 - 27 Dec 1897 m. lst: Emily DOUDS m. 2nd: Eliza (Viers) LAMB "Genealogical Data pertaining to the Women in the Western Reserve Marriages and tombstones in Summit Co. Ohio" Isaac listed as 2nd son married ca 1806 in Tompkins Co. New York moved to Portage Co. Ohio prior to that part of Ohio becoming Summit Co. History of Summit Co. Ohio. Boston Twp. Bio settled 59 acres, was J.P. Treasurer, They had a value of $3300 17 Oct 1850 family 145/148 457:5:202:17494 Cattaraugus Co. New York OSMUN, Aaron of Hinsdale died 1 February 1889 (55yrs in 1860) proved: 21 September 1889 wife: Catharine (nee KARNS 54 yrs 1860 born Pa. married Tompkins Co. 3 March 1825, d/o of Deacon KARN, newspaper announcement of wedding) sons: Andrew 60yrs (m. Caroline -- ) daus: Sarah KELLER 58yrs; Elmira SNYDER 54yrs of Cuba, Alleghany Co.; Marion HEDDON 41yrs of Hinsdale gr.ch:George H. OSMUN 35yrs; Rensalear OSMUN 33yrs; Ida OSMUN 30yrs (m. --- GERMAN?); Dana OSMUN 28yrs (ed. note Dana A. OSMUN 1858 - 1901 bur Maplehurst Cem. Hinsdale, Cattargus Co. with wife Winifred 1861 - 1921); Emma POTTER 27yrs; Myra OSMUN 25yrs 1867 - 1946 m. Frank E. WILLOVER 1865 - 1952 bur. Maplehurst Cem.; Myron OSMUN 28yrs; Jennie OSMUN 21yrs; Effie OSMUN 18yrs; Adda BURS 22yrs; Mina OSMUN 16yrs; Ivan OSMUN 18yrs; Hellen PETTIT 34yrs (note: ch/o son Lavinus OSMUN ) ex: wife and Tobias SNYDER of Cuba and T. Philesmer SNYDER sur: $1,000 Amasa FULLER and James BUCHANAN A:54/also A:101 Cayuga Co. (from Northampton now Monroe County, Pa.) LABAR, William of Milton s/o William & Elizabeth (LONG) LABAR 1767-4 Jan 1802 age 35yrs dated: 28 June 1802 - proved: 7 March 1804 wife: Elizabeth (d/o Ephraim and Catharine [ - ] BLOOM ) 82 yrs 1850 both buried Asbury M. E. Ch. Cem. FC pg 178r living with son Ephraim. sons: Ephraim - 4 Sep 1787 - 63 yrs? 1850 Lansing; Elias; Abraham - 65 yrs 1850 Groton; William; George 11 Dec 1801 - 4 May 1817 15yrs bapt. at home of Henry TEETER daus: Catharine; Mary - 18 May 1781 - ; Sally to be brought up by my wife wit: Jeremiah DINTHORNE, Abraham BLOOM and James BISHOP ex: Henry BLOOM and Peter CONRAD - inv:box 2P 14 September 1807 1:391 Northampton Co. Pa. LABAR, Abraham of Easton tailor (s/o Charles ?) dated: 18 Dec 1777 - proved: 29 April 1791 wife: Rosina sons: nor daus. mentioned mentions brothers Daniel and George wit: Robert TRAILL, Michael YOHE and J. Nicholas TROXELL ex: wife Rosina 1:392 Northampton Co. Pa. LABAR, Charles of Upper Mt. Bethel Twp. yeoman dated: 6 April 1790 - proved: 24 May 1790 wife: Margaret sons: George, Abraham, Daniel and William, daus: Leonora, Margaret, Sarah and Mary wit: Melchior LABAR * and John FAUNER ex: John BECK and Christian SMITH both of Upper Mt. Bethel Twp. ************* Upper Mt. Bethel Lutheran and Ref. Ch. LAWAR, Carl and Anna Margaretha Jacobus 7 Sep 1784 bpt. 1 Mar 1789 - sponsors: Ludwig Henrich and Elizabeth LAWAR Anna Margaretha 17 Sep 1786 bpt. 1 Mar 1789 sponsors: Carl LAWAR and Elizabeth ************* LAWAR, John and Catharine Ephraim 8 Dec 1788 bpt.18 Jan 1789 sponsors: Jacob WEIDMAN and Anna Maria ************* LAWAR, William and wife Elizabeth Catharine 5 Mar 1789 bpt. 3 May 1789 sponsors: John Geo. LAWAR and Catharine 1:393 Northampton Co. Pa. 3 May 1730 - 10 October 1800 DAR LABAR, William Sr. of Upper Mt. Bethel Twp. yeoman dated: nor proved: given wife: Elizabeth (nee LONG) d/o John and Maria Barbara [LABAR] LONG sons: John, William, Elias, Peter, Charles, Philip and Daniel daus: Mary, Barbara and Margaret wit: John FAUNCE, George and Daniel LABAR ex: son John and son - in - law Jonas SMITH Elizabeth LONG m. 2nd: Ephraim BLOOM. ************* "Evangelical United Congregations of Milton and Scipio", LABAR, Alexander and Susanna John Jacob LABAR 23 Dec 1835 sponsors: Philip and Rosina KUBLER Maria Carolina LABAR 24 Jul 1844 ************* LABAR, Charles and Margaret BLOOM Charles LABAR - 20 Aug 1834 62yrs 2mo Margaret (BLOOM) LABAR - 10 Apr 1812 34yrs must have married 2nd: Susan lost dau. Matilda 30 Oct 1813 4mo 4da Anna LABAR 6 Jun 1802 ************* LABAR, Philip and Sarah BLOOM Josias LABAR (Josiah)27 Sep 1800 Amos LABAR 7 May 1803 both bapt. at home of Henry BLOOM ************* LABAR, William and Elizabeth BLOOM George LABAR 11 Dec 1801 bapt. at home of Henry TEETER ************* Charles, William and Philip were brothers Margaret, Sarah and Elizabeth sisters, ds/o Ephraim and Catharine (-)BLOOM. We have been unable to find Catharine's maiden name. Alexander LABAR may have been son of one of the boys, he and Susan lost son Reuben - 1 Mar 1854 4yrs; Jacob LABAR 1843 - 1920; Augusta w/o Jacob 1847 - 1902 all buried Old Dutch Cemetery Lansingsville also called German Cemetery Henry LABAR 15 April 1755 - 13 May 1849 97yrs m. Elizabeth SCHUTT DAR Asbury Intestates Tompkins Co. New York DAR printed 1966 LABAR, Amos of Newfield died 21 March 1853 - probate: 9 April 1853 Widow: Sarah Sons: Charles 26yrs, Rush 19yrs and James 13yrs. Brother in law: John SEBRING, Co. Adm. LABAR, Emeline of Lansing d/o Henry LABAR and Elizabeth MOUNT. died 1 April 1864 - probate: 20 March 1865 Brothers: Merrit LABAR of Lansing, Simeon of Illinois or Wisconsin, Henry of Wisconsin and Julius of Hector, N.Y. LABAR, Ephraim of Lansing died 18 March 1856. left a will. had a land warrant for 40 acres #93514 for service in Co. of Capt. Abram BLOOM, which he assigned to son, Arad J. LABAR of Muskingo, Wisconsin on 1 September 1852 LABAR, Julius of Newfield, died 29 September 1848 probate 13 June 1856. widow: Nancy (CRANDALL?) sons: Charles and David of Rochester, New York daus: Elizabeth, Melissa, and Louisa all named LABAR, all of Rochester. LABAR, Rush of Newfield died 2 November 1858 probate 22 September 1864 Mother: Sarah R. w/o William LONGCOY 59yrs at date of Probate Brothers: Charles and James M. both in the Army. James a prisoner of war. 1:410 Northampton County, Pa. LEARN, John of Lower Smithfield dated: 17 May 1777 - proved: 27 October 1781 wife: Catharine sons: George, John, Jacob, Andreas (Andrew), Peter and Adam daus: Mary, Rachel, Catharine, Rebecca and Sarah wit: George PHILLIPS ex: wife and son George intestate Tompkins County, New York LEARN, Daniel of Groton died in Washington 15 May 1864 Widow: Clarinda Father: George LEARN of Berkshire, Tioga County, Brother: John of Lansing and Betsey Ann (all crossed out.) Adms.: Widow and Clinton B. JACOBS 1: 425 Northampton County,Pa. 1718 Switzerland-8 Dec 1786 Pa. DAR Pvt.Pa. LONG, John Sr. of Mt. Bethel, miller dated: 24 February 1773 - proved: 12 August 1786 wife: Mary (Barbara LABAR) sons: John, Elias, Joseph, William, Jacob, Abraham, daus: Elizabeth, Margaret, Catharine, Mary, Sarah and Barbary wit: Henry DILDINE, John LONG, Michael William MASTERSON codicil wit: Hugh PATTERSON* and Benjamin DEPUE ex: son Elias and son in law John DIETRICH 1:459 Northampton County, Pa. DAR (born 1750 - 9 October 1794) METZGAR, John of Lower Smithfield farmer dated: 10 July 1794 - proved: 11 November 1794 wife: Elizabeth Catharine sons: Jonas daus: Catharina, Maria, Julia, Elizabeth, Susanna, Sarah, Margreda and Annah wit: Francis J. SMITH, Jacob TRANSUE and Adam FULLER. ex: wife and Woolly HOUSER (was Jonas 1735 - 18 June 1800 and Casper 13 October 1751 - 9 February 1837 who m. Juliana Elizabeth BEST all brothers? Possibly sons of Casper? 1:463 Northampton County, Pa. MIDDAGH, Peter of Mt. Bethel dated: 15 February 1778 - proved: 28 October 1790 wife: none mentioned sons: Garret and Peter daus: Maritti, Elizabet and Anne gr. son: Johannis s/o dau Anne (no last name given) wit: Benjamin DEPUE, Adrian ATEN and William RED ex: sons Garret and Peter with Andreas (Andrew) VANVLIET 1:464 Northampton County, Pa. MIDDAGH, Tunis of Upper Smithfield yeoman wife: Catharine sons: Cornelius, Elijah, Elias daus: none mentioned wit: John VANAKEN and William ENNES ex: sons Cornelius, Elijah and Elias intestate Tompkins County, New York DAR printed 1966 MIDDAUGH, Orrin of Dryden died 16 June 1875 widow: Rebecca A. sons: William M., 30yrs, Frank W., 26yrs, Fred 24yrs and Orrin A., 17yrs. dau: Mary Ellen 10 yrs. Adm.: Rebecca A. MIDDAUGH, widow and Ira SNYDER 1: 491 Northampton County, Pa. MORGAN, Evan of Hamilton Township dated: 7 March 1777 - proved: 23 April 1777 wife: Sarah sons: Evan m. Sally GOODWIN; John -19 Apr 1762 - 18 Dec 1811 (t.s.); Luies/Lewis (c)1771 - 23 Jul 1848 77yrs m. Deborah H. --(c) 20 Aug 1780 - 7 Feb 1849 68yrs 5mo 15da; Thomas (c) 28 Dec 1799 - 13 Feb 1873 73yrs 1mo 13da m. Isabella --(lost three children in 1846) daus: Elizabeth, Esther and Hanna wit: Nicholas DEPUI, Joseph SMITH and Simeon CADY ex: wife and Col. Jacob STROUD buried Asbury M.E. Ch. Cemetery Who was Eliza MORGAN who died 10 Sep 1833 age 31yrs 8mo 4da buried Asbury? A:128 Cayuga Co. BEARDSLEY, John of Milton (Rev.Soldier 6th Conn Rgt.9 Apr 1760-18 Mar 1806) dated: 8 January 1806 - proved: 18 March 1806 wife: Jerusha (nee BEACH) - 9 May 1834 73yrs sons: Nehemiah Beach; David 1781 - 1829 m. Lydia ROGERS 1781 - 1847; Everit - 28 June 18 - - ? 13yrs.; Charles; John 9 Nov 1783 - 11 May 1857 (Roswell's Bible records) m. Alice 22 Dec 1786 - 13 Apr 1877; James daus: Nancy m. Jonah s/o David MOORE; Betsey m. Benjamin BRASTED; Eunice m. Solomon ROGERS wit: Sally and James BEACH and Joseph WALKER ex: sons Nehamiah and Everit (CU Lib. Arch #3777 Box 3 A-C Roswell BEARDSLEY) A:160 Cayuga County TOAN, John Sr. of Scipio (m.1st:Jane VANSCHAICK 2nd: Phebe RIGHTMIRE) s/o John and Margaret (HARVEY) TONE (American Ancestry 6:12 VANSCHAICK Gen vol II ) dated: 3 February 1808 - proved: 9 February 1808 wife: Phebe sons: John, Lewis, and Thomas daus: Peggy (m. William AUSMAN/OSBORNE), Nancy and Jane (TONE) 3 stepdaughters of wife Phebe wit none ex noted: B:49-50 Cayuga County TOAN, Phebe of Scipio (late widow of John Toan Sr.) dated: 9 July 1816 - proved: 5 October 1816 mentions: Lewis Toan $40, Elizabeth NIVESON, d/o James RIGHTMIRE $15, Mary MURPHY d/o James RIGHTMIRE $15, Phebe Toan d/o John Toan Jr. $5 to (buy) a set of silver teaspoons, Phebe AUSMAN/AUSBAN, d/o William AUSBAN $5 for silver teaspoons, Phebe RIGHTMIRE d/o Cornelius RIGHTMIRE $5. for silver teaspoons,Phebe MURPHY d/o Mary MURPHY $5 for silver teaspoons, Sally Jane TONE d/o Lewis TOAN, $5 for silver teaspoons. All of it the legacy left me by my father James RIGHTMIRE in the hands of my brother James RIGHTMIRE in New Jersey. wit: Jobe SCOBY, John BROWN and Lewis RIGHTMIRE ex: Lewis TOAN (sole executor) inv.: filed by Lewis TOAN 4 April 1817. "I have no knowledge that said Phebe left any personal estate whatever except about the sum of one hundred and eight dollars as is supposed being a legacy from her father James RIGHTMIRE, supposed to be in the hands of James RIGHTMIRE, her brother in New Jersey." Unless the household furniture which she had to use of under her late will is to be deemed her estate - which was sold last fall for forty-three dollars or thereabouts which was divided pursuant to my father's will (Note: several illegible words here due to a crease in the paper) which was divided among her daughters and stepdaughters." signed Lewis TOAN sworn to 7 April 1817. Sent by Evelyn TWINING of Auburn, New York 11 May 1984 bk or pa not noted: Cayuga Co. GARNSEY, Philo of Genoa dated: 18 October 1809 - proved: 23 January 1815 wife: Irene sons: none mentioned daus: Irene (youngest), Eunice w/o John BEARDSLEY, Eliza BELKNAP and Polly GARNSEY wit: Titus HOWE, John HOLDEN and Christian ZABRINSKY ex: Irene GARNSEY and John LEAVENWORTH A:217 Cayuga County, (12 April 1763, Sussex, now Warren Co., NJ. son of Shubael Luse and Elenor Swayze LUSE, Israel of Genoa dated: 29 May 1812 - proved: 23 June 1812 wife: Mary (Mary McLaughlin born 1765 also in Sussex Co. She was the daughter of James McLaughlin and Catherine McGregor) sons: James, Fleming, Samuel and Israel daus: Lydia, Catharine, Eleanor and Mary Ann - some of the children are minors wit: James MCKINNEY, Walter BROWN and James BISHOP ex: wife Mary and James LUSE ? who were the parents of David LUSE died 22 May 1833 39yrs 4mo 5da buried Asbury M. E. Church Cemetery [For further reference see: "The American Descendants of Henry Luce of Martha's Vineyard" by Martha McCourt pages 189,190,465,466 and in the addendum pages 526,566] intestates Tompkins County, New York LUCE, James of Lansing died 14 August 1873 probate 22 October 1872. Left will dated 31 March 1857. brother: Israel of Ithaca sister: Mary A. TABOR of Auburn, nephews: Fleming C. COATS, of Elmira, Samuel and Benjamin TITUS both of E. Henrietta, N.Y. and Francis COATS of Bad River, Mi. nieces: Lucinda BRIDGEMAN and Catherine KINGSBURY both of Elmira, N.Y., Samantha JONES E. Henrietta, New York, Sally HAWES of St. Johns, Clinton Co. Mi. and Mary Ann CRATSENBURGH, Spring Brook, Mi. gr.niece: Minnie S. COATS of Elmira, New York. LUCE, Lydia C., of Ithaca died 31 December 1875 probate 7 August 1876. sons: Edward P., of Owego, N.Y., Alonzo D. and Chester B. both of Ithaca. LUCE, William of Ithaca died 13 April 1871 probate 8 May 1871 Widow: Lydia G. sons: Edward P., Alonzo D., and Chester B. all of Ithaca. A:293/ B:44 Cayuga Co. CRANE, Ezekiel of Mentz dated: 13 March 1813 - proved: 2 June 1813/ 9 July 1816 wife: Eunice sons: Shadrach and Silas daus: none mentioned alive gr.son: Israel Smith DUVALL, son of dec'd dau. Abigail gr.ch.: John Swartwout SMITH, Ann Eliza SMITH, Hanna Maria SMITH, children of dec'd dau. Nancy wit: Nathan WOOD, Peter CLARK and Lewis RITCHET ex: not noted C:223 Cayuga Co. Pa. to Canada back to TC. 12 children 3 died young PECK, Philip of Genoa died before 1 January 1842. (Evangelical United) dated: 15 October 1841 - proved: 4 February 1842 wife: Mary (Anna Maria) - 1873 d/o Chas and Marg [BLOOM] LEBAR sons: Daniel - 9 Feb 1880 58yrs 6mo German Cem. m. Susan ____ nfr. daus: Elizabeth PECK - 6 Oct 1878 70yrs m.(Barnabas) HAWES - 28 Jun 1857 40 yrs 6mo German Cem.; Rachel PECK 23 Nov 1806 - 30 Mar 1886 79yrs 4 mo m.(Samuel) BOYER - 6 Dec 1870 66yrs 7mo bur. N. Lansing; Christina PECK - after 1893 date of Landmarks of TC m.(Philip) ALLGART - 8 Nov 1891 s/o Henry and Mary ALLGART; Peggy PECK 23 Oct 1803 - nfr. m. Daniel FENNER and their daughter Letitia FENNER nfr.; Barbara PECK 1 Feb 1812 - nfr. m. John Philip SNYDER; (see Schnieder for ch.); Sarah PECK m. James WAGNER of Michigan; Mary PECK m. Joseph BOWER of Lansing (see Bauer for their children); Susan PECK m. Philip KRATZER of Genoa (Frederick and Susanna KRATZER in Evangelical United) wit: Joseph BOWER of Lansing and Philip ALLGART of Genoa ex: Joseph STRINGHAM and David THORP both of Genoa see addenda 3 sponsored by Elias and Susanna TEETER in Evangelical United Ch.Cong. Intestates of Tompkins County, New York DAR printed 1966 HOUPT, John of Dryden died 6 February 1856 probate 15 March 1856. Widow: Lavina Adm. son: John P. a minor daus: Eliza M. and Laura both of full age, and Polly M., a minor all named HOUPT PERSONIUS, Isaac of Newfield died 17 May 1867 probate 8 December 1867 sons: John J. 41yrs of Ithaca, Simon 41yrs, Cornelius 39rs, Henry 37yrs last three of Finhasse, Minn., and Leonard 33 yrs of Lansing daus: Sally Ann HESS 46yrs of Motts Corners N.Y., and Eliza FIELDS 35yrs of Lansing. PERSONIUS, James of Caroline died 15 July 1856 Widow: Elizabeth Adm. sons: James and Thomas of Caroline, John Benjamin of Catherine's and Andrew of Orange, Schuyler County, N.Y. daus: Ann Eliza w/o William VANDERMARK of Caroline and Jane Harriet w/o Albert DISBROW of Catlin, Chemung County. VANDERMARK, Stephen of Caroline died 14 August 1852 Widow: Mary Adm. sons: Jesse, William, Joseph, Peter all of Caroline, George of Newfield and Thomas daus: Sarah w/o Ford HARDING of Candor and Mary w/o Peter SCHROEDER of Caroline minor daus. Tioga County, New York CANTINE, Henry of Caroline dated: 10 August 1814 - proved: 20 December 1818 mentions: Adam CANTINE, s/o sister Sarah, now a servant to Charles CANTINE of Marbletown, Ulster Co. NY. wit: John CANTINE, Elisha BRIGGS and Sarah MULKS ex: Charles MULKS, Henry QUICK and Levi SLATER ************* Tompkins County New York wills no bk or pg # noted: GIBBS, Samuel of Lansing died 30 May 1849 age 80yrs buried Asbury M.E. Ch. Cemetery dated: 1 May 1849 - proved: ? wife: none mentioned (note: Elizabeth HOLMES) sons: Benajah of Groton, Jonas of Lansing, William of Genoa, Cayuga County, and Barnabas of Warren County, New Jersey. daus: Rebecca w/o Oliver OSBORNE of Indiana (see his will), Catherine LEWIS of Indiana, Polly w/o Orrin IVES, Ann w/o James SCHOONOVER, Jane INGH of Lansing and Elizabeth CONRAD of Genoa, Cayuga Co., N.Y. (ed.note: Orrin IVES and James SCHOONOVER were in Livingston Co., Mi. 1840 census) Orrin moved to Stockbridge, Mi., gr.son Samuel Gibbs IVES remained in Livingston Co., Mi. Will sent to editor by Helen LEWIS now of Florida. G:311 packet 1851 - 1861 ROBINSON, Hugh of Lansing died 2 February 1854 dated: 30 November 1852 - proved:? wife: Elizabeth (84yrs in 1850 born in Pa.) mentions: any of my children or any person under their direction shall make or cause there to be made any litigation at law in relation to this my last will and testament such expense not to be paid out of my estate. wit: Jacob S. GREEN and John FISH both of Lansing ex: wife Elizabeth (given to probate judge by Samuel ROBINSON saying it was given to him by his mother, Elizabeth ROBINSON sent by Sharon Haggerty of Rancho Cordova, California 1992 Letters of Adm. 42:70:1889 OSMUN, Jerry I. of Lansing died 1885 bur. N. Lansing Cem. dated: 22 October 1884 - proved: 10 August 1888 wife: Angeline 1830 - 1923 (d/o Morris and Rachel [LEARN] DECAMP) daus: Mary M. MOREY of Lansing 21 yrs +; Ada A. OSMUN of Lansing 17yr Nov 1871 - 1959 m. James E. LANE Apr 1868 - 1930 added note: their ch: Wava E. Mar 1893, Florence E., Feb 1894 and Iva E., Oct 1896 nfr) Etta L. OSMUN of Lansing 15yrs adm. and guardian: mother Angeline OSMUN no bk or pg noted: intestate ? HALL, Jennie E., of Groton (petitioner and next of kin Rebeckah K. OSMOND) Jennie E. w/o Richard E. HALL m. at Wm. E. OSMUN house 24 May 1870) died 28 November 1887 proved: 1st: 7 Aug 1888/9 Dec 1889 adm. petitioner Angeline OSMUN (nee DeCamp) wd/o Jerry I. OSMUN of Lansing who died 4 May 1880 intestate $800. Heirs: Mary M. MOREY of Venice, Cayuga Co. 21yrs+; Ada Augusta OSMUN 16yrs; Etta Louisa OSMUN 14yrs bk of Wills:474 OSMUN, Ira W. of Lansing - buried N. Lansing Cem. dated: 9 August 1895 - proved: 17 February 1902 wife: Mary (m. 19 Feb 1851 d/o Morris and Rachel [LEARN] DECAMP d. 1920) nieces: Mary M. MOREY of Ludlowville; Ada LANE of N. Lansing; Etta OSMUN w/o Miles G. TARBELL of N. Lansing ds/o brother Jerry dec'd also mentioned: Etta w/o Will TEETER of Groton $200 (Hester Ann DALTON?); Hosea BREESE of Salina City, Calif nephew, s/o of dec'd sister Alvira; Jeremy O. HOWSER nephew, s/o of dec'd sister Almira, of Dryden, NY; Sarah J. (HOWSER) CLEMENT, neice of West Groton,(sister of Jeremy O.); Margaret CROUCH of Kings Ferry, Cayuga Co. N.Y. 3 ch/o dec'd sister Almira HOWSER; Ruby, 2nd neice of Lake Ridge, Lansing, N.Y. d/o Samuel DAVIS, dec'd nephew and s/o dec'd sister, of Genoa age (?) by 23 Feb 1903; Hettie TEETER of Genoa, all of full age claiment: Daniel DECAMP rejected wit: not noted ex: wife Mary OSMUN and Lafayette JACOBS both of Lansing see John OSMUN bk or pg not noted OSMUN, Charles H. of Lansing, (died 15 October 1925 s/o Abram and Anna) dated: 9 November 1922 (1st will 16 Oct 1922) - proved: 11 February 1927 wife: Mary E. (nee PIERCE d. last day of May 1942 Lansing) no children mentioned nieces: Anna MORROW 64yrs 31 May 1925 Etta Conklin MILLER 62yrs (d/o Betsey OSMUN and John CONKLIN). Blanche H. MILLER 47yrs (d/o Anna & Henry J. HOWSER) Bruce Mae MILLER 10yrs (d/o Charles J. MILLER?) Elizabeth Ora MILLER 3yrs Beatrice E. HOWSER 15yrs (d/o Osmun S. and Alice (VANDEMARK) Una Mae Miller nephews: Osmun S. HOWSER 40yrs (s/o Annie OSMUN and Henry J. HOWSER) Dr. Charles J. MILLER (s/o Emma (OSMUN)and John MILLER?) d.11 May 1953 Ernest Harvey MILLER ibid Lawrence HOWSER 11yrs (s/o Osmun S. and Alice (VANDEMARK) wit: Glen and Florence T. BACON of North Lansing and Mary F. ROBERTS of Binghampton, N.Y. ex: Charles LOBDELL and Claud(e) BACON both of Lansing appeared: Elizabeth M. MELDRUM and Ernest Harvey MILLER on 18 December 1953 in Clay Co. Florida also Lawrence C. HOWSER and Beatrice E. BUSHNELL of Tompkins Co. New York. Anna, called Annie d/o Jacob m. N. Lansing, NY m. Henry J. HOWSER 25 Dec 1878 Osmun HOWSER ca 1886 - 1960 m. Alice VANDEMARK. Parents of Lawrence HOWSER and Beatrice HOWSER m. Wm. BUSHNELL. Lawrence HOWSER 1914 - m. Audrey TEETER (have Shirley, Christina and Donald). Lawrence graduated Ithaca High 1932, owns and operates Osmun-Howser farm Rt 34 and Gulf Road, Lansing, Tompkins Co., New York. Visit 1989. G:326 will filed in Montrose, Cook Co., Dakota GIBBS, John Wesley of Lansing, died 17 May 1883 (ed.note: wf Catharine d/o William and Catharine (NEWMAN) OZMUN b. 24 September 1835 - died intestate 17 November 1869 probate 14 January 1870. both buried Asbury M.E. Ch. Cemetery) dated: 23 August 1866 (62yrs old)- proved: 2 July 1883 Filed 13 Jan 1887 Montrose, Cook County, Dakota (he lived in Flandrean, Moody County, Dakota. wife: Susan (BROWN - BUSH) d/o Jeremiah BROWN born 29 December 1823 son: William B. of Port Dickensen, Broome Co. NY daus: Maria w/o Simon A. PERSONIUS of Tenhassen, Martin, Michigan (Allegan Co.), Catharine w/o John LACY of Flandrean, Moody Co. Dakota; Sarah H. w/o George Henry AZURE of South Bay City (Michigan?); Elizabeth w/o Aaron BROWN of Rochester, Minn.; Mary w/o George GIBBS of Denver, Colo.; Esther w/o Jesse GIBBS of Fleetville, Pa.; Cynthia (not married ?) of Ithaca, NY, Ella w/o Sylvester BUSH of Lansing, NY, and Zell (to have oil painting of her mother) of Lansing, NY Also mentioned: John Wesley PLATT to have $200 pd to him out of his mothers' share. (dau. Ida ? named in mother's intestate) wit: William A. J. OZMUN and J. Davis OZMUN both of Lansing, New York ex: William A.J. OZMUN, William B. GIBBS, son and J. Bruyn BOGARDUS intestates Tompkins County, New York GIBBS, Garret G. of Lansing died 5 March 1857 probate 18 March 1857. Widow: Nancy (died intestate 13 April 1870 probate 29 September 1870) sons: Elias T. of Lansing; Barzilla B. of Geneva, NY; Oliver and Franklin both of Columbia County, Wisconsin. daus: Berintha w/o Joseph HARRIS of Groton and Nancy GIBBS by the time of Nancy's intestate Berintha was married to --- DAVIS of Groton Elias T. was still in Lansing, Barzilla was of Springport, Oliver B. still of Columbia County, Wisconsin, Franklin had died leaving 2 daus. names unkn. of Wyocena Columbia County, Wisconsin and a grandson Henry G. WEBSTER late of Lansing, now of Illinois. F:294:5-7 (R.W. Stratford, Conn. 9 Feb 1767. His father and father-in-law also Revolutionary War Soldiers) BEARDSLEY, Ichabod of Lansing died 29 April 1849 buried N. Lansing Cem. dated: 25 August 1848 - proved: 29 June 1849 wife: none mentioned (m. lst: Sarah d/o Stephen and Lydia (STONE) GALPIN b. Woodbury, Ct. 24 July 1768 died 20 December 1818. 2nd: Anna d/o Capt. Benijah STRONG and wd/o Daniel BACON from Ct. all buried N. Lansing. Anna b. 12 April 1777 - 4 March 1842) sons: Noah m. Catharine d/o John OSMUN see John OSMUN; Ransom 3 Jun 1793-7 Jan 1851 St. Joseph Co. m. 23 Apr 1812 Sarah SMILEY-27 Nov 1866 8 children; Jonathan H(all) 30 Mar 1801 - m. Hannah VANDYKE daus: Theodocia 26 Aug 1799 - nfr; Rhoda Mar 1793 - m. Dr.Alphonus SCHOONOVER wit: Abram OZMUN 2nd and Roswell BEARDSLEY both of Lansing ex: Noah BEARDSLEY (Friend) and Benoni Brown Ichabod and Sarah also had: Lorama/Lorania 25 Aug 1789 - m. Charles BEARDSLEY Amos 26 Mar 1809 - nfr Philo 4 Mar 1811 - 31 Jul 1825 killed by lighting (family bible in possession of Edward BEARDSLEY 1980 Ichabod s/o Amos ) intestates Tompkins County, New York SMILEY, John of Danby died 4 March 1874 listed: William, Angeline A., Adeline MONTGOMERY, Aveline, Franklin of Horicon, Wisc., Edwin all named SMILEY and all rest of Danby except for Franklin. Petitioner: William SMILEY who asked Charles HOWLAND to be Co. Adm.: SMILEY, John of Dryden died 20 April 1875 Widow: Phoebe sons: Artemus B., Robert M., James H. of Caroline and George M., of Ithaca all named SMILEY. daus: Catherine DUSENBURY, Phebe BELKNAP of Canandaigua, Nancy M. PROSSER and Adeline OGDEN all rest of Dryden except James and Phebe. F:132 LINDERMAN, Cornelius of Ithaca (Revolutionary War Soldier) * 29 March 1756 - 8 February 1848 s/o Jacob see below dated: 22 December 1847 - proved: 16 April 1848 wife: not mentioned (note: m. 26 November 1777 Brick Ref.Ch. Montgomery, Orange County, NY Anna YOUNG. She died 3 August 1841 82yrs 3mo 25da. both buried Ithaca City Cemetery) sons: Isaac, 50 acres lot 56 Ithaca; Cornelius, Jacob both to get land in Erin, Chemung Co., Henry and William LINDERMAN. daus: Elsy w/o Isaac BUTTRUS 1/5; Elizabeth w/o Theodore VALLE(A)U 1/5; Amy w/o David COM(P?)TON; Mary w/o Nathaniel FOUNDSAND; Sally w/o Benjamin D. CASTERLINE children to get land in Lot 45 in Erin, Nancy WILCOX, Catharine STANL(E)Y, and Jane w/o Nathan I. T(H)OMPSON. wit: Cyrus GRAY of Enfield and Ezra STARR of Ithaca ex: sons Isaac and Jacob LINDERMAN bought land of James POMPELLY for $800.00 LINDERMAN, Cornelius and Anna YOUNG Elshe LINDERMAN bpt. 9 Feb 1779 w/o Isaac BUTTERS went to church in Angelica, Allegany 28 June 1829 Anna LINDERMAN bpt. 1 Jan 1781 must have died young sponsors: Johannes YOUNG and Elizabeth TICE Cath(a)rine LINDERMAN bpt.14 Apr 1782 w/o ____ STANL(E)Y sponsors: John SEIS and Antje CRESSWELL William LINDERMAN bpt. 13 Aug 1784 nfr. Elisabeth LINDERMAN bpt. 20 May 1786 w/o Theodore VALLEAU dismissed to form new ch.in Catherine, Tioga Co. New York 21 Dec 1821. Sally LINDERMAN b. 18 May 1788 w/o Benjamin CASTERLINE Anna LINDERMAN b. 19 Feb 1790 w/o David COM(P?)TON a Stephen and Anna COMPTON dismissed to form a new Ch. in Catherine 21 Dec 1821. Mary LINDERMAN 30 Jan 1792 w/o Nathaniel TOWNSEND Isaac LINDERMAN may have m. Elizabeth LANDON bef. 5 October 1819 twins 21 Dec 1793 Jacob LINDERMAN had 2 kn ch. Julia & John Cornelius LINDERMAN 5 May 1796 Nancy LINDERMAN 4 Mar 1798 w/o ------ WILCOX Jane LINDERMAN 28 Feb 1802 w/o Nathan T(H)OMPSON John LINDERMAN (Henry?) 18 Dec 1803 m. bef.29 Apr 1830 Rachel Nancy THOMAS when they were both baptized in the Pres. Ch. of Ithaca with with son George LINDERMAN. Son James Benson LINDERMAN bpt. 3 Apr 1831. ************* LINDERMAN, Jacob and Catharine MCCLEAN Brick Ref. Ch. of Montgomery: (Jacob LINDERMAN 1722 supposedly in Switzerland d. Oct 1792 DAR all efforts to find his will has failed.) Elizabeth LINDERMAN bpt. 28 Jul 1754 m. Peter BENSEL sponsors: Johannes and Jacomyntje MILLER Cornelius LINDERMAN bpt. 15 May 1756 m. Anna YOUNG sponsors: Henrick WELLER & Lydia DECKER Johannes LINDERMAN bpt. 3 May 1759 sponsors: John MAKLIN and wife Margaret KRIST m. 2nd: Mary wd/o William DOUGLASS Henry LINDERMAN b. 16 May 1764 - 16 Jan 1844 m. Sarah d/o Moses SHAW died 19 Jan 1831 64yrs. 4mo buried Hopewell Cemetery Osman lot Sara LINDERMAN bpt. 31 May 1766 m. Christian YOUNG sponsors: Johannes KRANTZ and wife Christina MELSBACH ************* Issue of wife Catharine FELTON: Margreta LINDERMAN bpt. 4 Aug 1782 sponsors: Henrick SENSEPAUGH and Margaretha FELTON Jenne LINDERMAN bpt. 16 May 1784 ************* BENSEL, Peter and Elisabeth LINDERMAN Jacob BENSEL bpt. 9 Mar 1788 Mary BENSEL 1 Feb 1790 Elisabeth BENSEL 14 Jul 1792 Abigail BENSEL 8 Oct 1794 ************* YOUNG, Christian and Sarah LINDERMAN Elisabeth YOUNG 27 Mar 1793 F:35-37 Orange Co.,N.Y. LINDERMAN, Jacob of Montgomery dated: 4 August 1815 - proved: 15 April 1816 wife: Eloner (whole use of and right of house I now live in, 2nd wife?) sons: Absalom 23 Jun 1782 - 27 Apr 1848 m. Sarah ___ 4 Feb 1791 - 17 Dec 1872 Hopewell Cemetery; John; Daniel (? is it his wife Martha buried in Tompkins County.?); Jacob & Henry daus: Catharine; Susan; Margaret; Elizabeth wit: John JORDAN, Robert WHYTE and John T. LINDERMAN ex: wife Eloner and sons Absalom and Henry LINDERMAN M:217:289 Tompkins County, New York LINDERMAN, Henry H. of Groton dated: 27 May 1872 codicil: 10 June 1872 proved: 1 January 1874 wife: none mentioned sons: Hiram, Jacob, David and Ira daus: Margaret Ann BEARDSLEY (dec'd) gr.daus: Esther Ann BEARDSLEY and Frances HATCH wit: W. W. HARE and Lorenzo PENNOYER both of Groton ex: Munro and Jacob LINDERMAN no bk or pg noted: Philadelphia County, Pa. LINDERMAN, John of Hanover Twp. yeoman dated: 19 January 1760 - proved: 4 March 1769 wife: Sarah (adm.and ex.)( Is she Sarah CAULSON m. Christ Ch. 10 Jan 1760?) sons: none mentioned daus: Mary and Rachel mentions: mother provided for (no name given) and unborn child wit: Jacob BEGHTEE, Adam BRANT and Thomas MAY ex: Jeremiah JORDAN and Jacob SCHONE (renounced their executorship) Pub. of Pa. Gen. Mag 5:102 bk or page not noted Steuben County, New York ATKINS, William of Greenwood (died age 70+) dated: 16 February 1848 - proved: 25 June 1848 wife: Rosina (CONKLE/KUNKLE) sons: Saxton B. and Parvis W., 125 acres in Greenwood daus: 1 stepdaughter, Mariet (BORAM) KETCHUM; Melissa ATKINS; Loderma G. RODGERS; Letetia B. ATKINS; and Maroa M. WALLACE (ed.note: William thought Maroa's husband Darius was named Wallace since his mother Elsey d/o Henry and Rosanna YOUNG, had Darius out of wedlock by a man named OSMUN. Elsey, b. ca 1800/1 married her brother-in-law John WALLACE, who had been married to Elsey's dec'd sister Esther. In the 1865 census, Elsey was born in Ulysses, Tompkins County, said married once, had 14 children. Darius, in the 1850 census listed as WALLACE, but used the name OSMIN when he married Maroa ATKINS 4 April 1847, by JP William BESS in West Union, Steuben County, New York. mentioned: Charles R., Samuel, William, Christopher, Bradford, Denmark and Jesse T. ATKINS ($1.00) wit: not noted ex: Isaiah MALLORY and Willit B. SMITH both of Steuben County, New York.(ed.note: Many of Henry and Rosanna's children and grandchildren married into the John OSMUN family) 457:8:652:6:317 Cattaragus County, New York OSMUN, Lavinus of Hindale (son of Aaron and Catharine (Karns) Osmun dated: 29 January 1883 - proved: 12 June 1883 wife: Minerva Jane (age 51yrs) nee MILLER born in Tompkins County,N.Y. sons: George (30yrs), Ivan (8yrs) and Renselear (27yrs) to get 124½ acres @ Dana (24yrs) and Myron (19 yrs) to get the Martin Farm. daus: single to get $75 @, Effie (12yrs), Minnie (10 yrs), Mina (21 yrs), Emma (18 yrs) and Adda (14 yrs) married daus: Helen PETTIT (28yrs) and Ida Osmun GERMAN 23 yrs. wit: not noted ex: Robert S. ARMSTRONG of Cuba, Alleghany County, Stephen MAXSON, appointed John HEDDING (HEDDON?) and August H. PHELPS 610 Cattaragus County, New York OSMUN, Alonzo of Freedom dated: 18 March 1890 - proved: 22 July 1897 wife: Elizabeth sons: Charles L. 38 of Buffalo, Erie County, New York daus: Nancy Maria w/o George MONROE (48yrs of Sheverport,)and her dau. Elizabeth 21yrs., and Cora E. WILLIAMS 43yrs wit: J. D. CALBORN and S.B. CALKINS both of Arcada, New York ex: wife Elizabeth and son Charles L. (ed. note: Alonzo died in Milk Wagon accident. The Monroes lived in Monroe County and Williams lived in Farmerville, New York) F:280 Orange County, New York SHAW, John of Walkill dated: 23 May 1818 - proved: 16 April 1819 wife: Susanna sons: Robert Oliver (youngest), William (3rd son), Alexander and Wilson both minors daus: Sarah WILSON, Reyea and Maria SHAW wit: William W., and Gabriel CONKLING and Samuel M. SHAW ex: wife Susanna SHAW, Daniel WILSON, brother-in-law and Benjamin WILSON intestate 1:449 GREEN, Samuel of Holly, Oakland Co. Mi. died 10 May 1842 (s/o Morris) proved: 6 March 1843 wife: Elizabeth (d/o John and Polly (LINDERMAN) OSMUN) sons: Morris, Abram, Oliver, Jackson, Reuben, John and Jacob GREEN daus: Rebecca LINDERMAN, Sarah HUNT, Mary LOT(T), Catharine and Ruth Jane GREEN adm: widow Elizabeth, sons Jacob and Morris GREEN see John OSMUN 3863 Oakland Co. Mi. will? OSMUN, Israel of Pontiac died 4 February 1878 wife: Susan (nah nee FENNER wd/o Philip BUZZARD m. 19 Oct 1869 St.Clair,Mi.) to get bible sons: John of Groveland, William of Independence Twp., Oliver H. P. and Abijah of Waterford, and Israel Jr. of Pontiac. daus: Catharine CHURCH, of Pontiac, Adaline DEWITT of Holly, and Elizabeth GREEN of Waterford. adm: Isaac and Abijah OSMUN see John Osmun OSMUN, Susannah 9 October 1878 proved: 14 October 1878 Heirs: George W., Charles, John and Henry BUZZARD (dec'd) John F. CHURCH cared for her total cost: $717.20 intestate: 1919 Oakland Co. Mi BUZZARD, Eli of ? died 1 January 1862 (Civil War s/o Jos. & Mary (OSMUN) left wife Effa and 1 child. adm: Joseph BUZZARD (mentions Israel BUZZARD) all of Independence Twp. liber G:672 Queens Co. New York GENUNG, Margaret of Flushing, Queens County, New York widow dated 21 February 1721 - proved: 4 March 1727 hus: none mentioned sons: John and Jeremiah daus: Hannah DEFREES and Charity FIERO, real and personal property wit: Gabriel LUFF, Joel BURROUGHS and J. SMITH ex: Stephen RIDER and James CLEMENTS intestates Tompkins County, New York GENUNG, Elizabeth of Ithaca died 6 June 1872 probate 3 April 1872 dau: Louisa H. KENNEDY GENUNG, Nancy F. of Dryden died 3 July 1863 probate 20 January 1866 hus: Benjamin Children: Clair 10yrs. and Homer 8 yrs. M:52:1160 Dutchess County, New York MONTROSS, John of Rumbout Precinct yeoman dated 12 December 1768 - proved: 3 September 1770 wife: Margaret sons: none mentioned daus: of Mary LANDON, widow: Margaret w/o George BLOOM, Rachel w/o Joseph THIRSTAN and Leah w/o Mathias HORTON gr. daus: Molly w/o Dirck HOOGLAND d/o dec'd son Peter wit: and ex not noted: G:27:6928 Dutchess County, New York GERMOND, Isaac of Crom Elbow Precinct, yeoman dated: 13 June 1760 - proved: 20 May 1763 wife: none mentioned sons: Isaac, Peter, John and James daus: Mary FITKIN and Sally HEWSTEAD and her children: Susannah SMITH and Germond HEWSTEAD real and personal property wit: Hobart HARBOUGH, Richard POST and Clear EVERITT ex: not noted Rec. of no Supra pg 342 GREGORY, Daniel of Carmel, Putnam County, New York dated: 3 of November 1817 - proved: 10 December 1817 wife: Elizabeth sons: Ezra, James, Samuel, Lewis, Horace, Elnathan and Alva daus: Hannah w/o John CRAIN, Jr., Mary w/o Michael STOUT real and personal property wit: Joel Frost, Jacob and Joseph GANOUNG ex: not noted BK NC Folio #20:558 Philadelphia County,Pennsylvania OSMON, John (Captain of Ships served in Revolutionary War as mariner) dated: 26 January 1818 - proved: 14 February 1818 wife: Elizabeth sons: William B.,Thomas and Charles daus: Maria (named lst), Esther, Eliza and Anna wit: Benjamin PRENTICE, Jessey CASTOR and William HURST ex: not noted: (ed.note: buried German Pres. Ch. Cemetery b. 1732) A:28 Milford Twp. Legrange Co., Indiana OZMUN, Oliver (30 October 1797 - 1 August 1851) buried Tamarack Cemetery Johnson Twp. Legrange Co., dated: August 1837 - proved: 26 December 1851 wife: Rebecca (d/o Samuel and Elizabeth [HOLMES] GIBBS) b. 27 April 1796 probably in that part of New York that later became Lansing, Tompkins County, N.Y. died Story County, Iowa 17 August 1863 age 67yrs 3mo 20da buried Peoria Cemetery sons: Nelson E. OZMUN 1815/6 - 25 Oct 1891 m. Eliza Potter - 20 Oct 1891 William H. OZMUN 28 Feb 1822 - 16 Apr 1885 m. Ann d/o John HALL of Kentucky - 30 Jul 1910 He is buried Evergreen Cemetery Collins, Story County, Iowa. Ann born ca 1826 died in Oklahoma City buried Fairlawn Cemetery. Samuel Gibbs OZMUN 10 Aug 1828 - 15 Jul 1906 m. 17 Dec 1857 Jemima Jane d/o Jesse DRAPER Oliver OZMUN, Jr. 10 Apr 1832 - 23 Aug 1897 m. 8 Jan 1859 Story County, Iowa Penelope d/o Rev. James HUTSON daus: Sally Ann m. Abram HICKOK/HEACKOCK; Catharine m. Indiana 1 October 1843 William D. HILL wit: Francis Henry and James M. COCKRAN, James M. COCKRAN and H.R. BURHAM appraisers estate value $384.75. Walnut coffin $8.00. Oliver bought S½ of S½ of SE ¼ for $200 and S½ of SW¼ of SE¼ sec 25 twp.36 range 10E from George and Mariah Conklin 17 October 1848. He also owned S½ of SW¼ of SE¼ sec. 20 Milford Twp. sec 20 in 1851. Nelson and Eliza sold SE¼ of sec 25 twp 36 range 10 containing 32 acres 4 April 1847 for $200. Nelson, William H., Samuel G., were born in Cayuga Co. later became Lansing, Tompkins Co. New York. Oliver and Rebecca moved to Portage County, Ohio before 1830 now Summit County. 1820 shows them in Lansing, Tompkins County with 2 sons under 10 and no daus. 1825 3 sons and l dau.. Records of Barbara (Floren) OZMUN wd/o John OZMUN of Grangeville, Idaho John OZMUN, a direct descendant Story County, Iowa intestate OZMUN, William died 16 April 1885 Collins Twp. Story Co., Iowa (s/o Oliver & Rebecca (GIBBS) OZMUN sons: William 38yrs of Jasper County, John W., 36yrs, Lorenzo D. 33yrs and Thomas 24yrs. daus: Addie 20yrs and Ella May 16yrs. also mentions: Oliver and wife Penelope (HUTSON), Samuel and dau. Sarah R., (ed.note: Sarah R. OZMUN married W. WESTCOTT 1883) guardian: M.J. THOMPSON adm: Thomas W. OZMUN appraisers: Wyatt CARR, Albert JOHN and John CARPENTER 1:2365 intestate ROBBINS, John of Oakland County, Michigan died 10 December 1863 wife: none mentioned (ed.note: Elenor VLIET was his wife d. 18 March 1848 sons: William V. and Daniel V. daus: Merlinda ERLES (probably w/o Ephraim) Hannah PHELPS (probably w/o Luther H.) and Nancy S. adm. Daniel V. ROBBINS (ed. note: family lived in Drayton Plains and Waterford townships). 1:589 intestate (s/o Abraham)Oakland Co.Michigan COVERT, Peter died intestate 20 July 1846 Waterford Twp. filed: 1 March 1847 (ed.note: wife Elizabeth LAVALL) heirs: Elizabeth property in Waterford Twp. adm. to Isaac I. VOORHIES (John STEEPLES/ STAPLES father or brother of Fanny (STAPLES)OSMUN w/o Israel OSMUN living next door to Israel and Fanny in 1845 census and may have been related thru the LOVELL/LAVALL family! 1:17 Oakland County, Michigan HERRINGTON, James of Aurelius dated: 20 April 1822 - proved: 7 January 1826 wife: Martha gr. ch: Dorothy LYON, Melesse, Seviah, James, Jerome GOTTE and Elias GOTTE,Jr. wit: Daniel CALKINS, Orlin GRIFFIN and Luther G. CALKINS ex: William THOMPSON lst adm. Amos GOULD of New York family lived in Oakland Township, Oakland County, Michigan. Widow to have $25.00 worth of articles. intestate 326 Oakland County, Michigan DURKEE, Wilks W., Anna Eliza guardianship 22 February 1845 Stephen F. DURKEE Heirs of Wilks DURKEE. Ann Eliza w/o Charles B. HUNT on 18 August 1883. intestate 471 Oakland County, Michigan DURKEE, Wilks died intestate 22 December 1844 widow: Joanne DURKEE heirs: William P. DURKEE, Almeron DURKEE, Aurelia COONLEY, Joshua M. COONLEY, John F. DURKEE, Mary DOWNS, Caroline VANEVERY, James VANEVERY, Stephen F. DURKEE, Wilks W. DURKEE, Anna Eliza DURKEE, Rial DURKEE. Wilkes DURKEE, Sr. Adm: William P., and John F. DURKEE owned 359 acres of land in Bloomfield Twp. Oakland County and 160 acres in Mundy Twp. Genesee County, Michigan Stephen F. DURKEE, guardian of Wilks W. and Anna Eliza DURKEE (ed.note: came from Cayuga County, NY to Bloomfield Twp. Oakland Co., Michigan 20 August 1823) 827 will Oakland County, Mi. came from Cayuga 11 Oct 1822 to Troy GOODRICH, Elizur died 23 April 1850 dated: 19 April 1841 - proved: 11 May 1850 wife: Lucy GOODRICH (Mrs. Lucy FISH) sons: Alanson, Zenas, Ira, Chester, William K., Philip S., FitzJames and David daus: Lydia E. wit: William MARTIN, W.W. MARTIN, and Wilder WINSLOW ex: Milton HYDE appointed but John VALENTINE took his place 818 will Oakland County, Michigan see Soldiers of 1812 SATTERLEE, Samuel of Bloomfield dated: 14 November 1849 - proved: 23 January 1850 wife: none mentioned sons: George H., William and Richard C. daus: Mary A. wit: Stephen V. R. TROWBRIDGE and Lucene FLOWER property in Bloomfield Twp. 946 intestate Oakland County, Michigan UNDERWOOD, Phineas died 11 January 1852 Commerce Twp. Oakland Co. Mi. filed: 29 January 1852 sons: Clinton, Charles, Jackson and John UNDERWOOD. daus: Cynthia s/o Sylvanus WILDER, Ann and Sarah guardian: Jackson UNDERWOOD for Sarah and John minors (came from Tompkins County, New York 21 June 1836) 767 guardianship Oakland County, Michigan WISNER, Edward B., filed: 22 May 1849 to father Moses (Edward B. 7 yrs old and heir to property in Cayuga Co. NY) (ed.note: Moses WISNER came from Cayuga Co. New York to Genesee County, Michigan, became Governor of Michigan 1859/60 but served in Civil War. ************* Somehow Jean D. Worden missed this dower when she added them to her Church Records of Tompkins Co. Churchs. 1:92-97 MIDDAUGH, Elizabeth wd/o Joseph of Dryden dated 17 September 1832 land bounded on North by Warren D. ELLIS, East and South by Wessel S. MIDDAUGH, West by William ENGLISH conveyed by John LAWRENCE to Joseph MIDDAUGH. Heirs of Joseph MIDDAUGH: Elizabeth S. MIDDAUGH, Richard and Hannah PEW, his wife and Sarah MIDDAUGH. Levi BACON guardian of Sarah MIDDAUGH commissioners: John ELLIS, Reuben MEAD and James MITCHEL.
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