Candis Lee Sanders & Related Families

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Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders Email: candissanders@bctonline.com

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Copyright [1990-2009] All rights reserved© Please do not copy these pages and reproduce them on a paid site. The research on these pages are for actual descendants of these lines and to convey any new research that is on going for these lines. Many years of hard work by many have brought them to this point. Candis Lee Cattley-Sanders-Sep 2009. 

Our Lee family has for as long as I can remember had a story of "we are the 2nd cousin to Robert E. Lee". A story that some 20 years ago I researched out and at that time was fairly sure we were not from this particular Lee Family. In using the new tool of DNA genetic testing with a descendant (YDNA/male/paternal) of Heman Allen Lee we now know we are NOT related at all to the Southern/Virginia Lee Family. Our Haplogroup/Heritage's are not a match. This also includes the Thomas Lee Family of Boston to Connecticut and New York. Our paths have crossed this line several times but we are NOT related to him either. There are  2 brothers found early in Maryland and they moved to South Carolina and we are NOT related to these either.

Our Haplogroup/Heritage/Origin is R1b1


Oregon Trail Families of 1847 & 1863

...100 wagons left St. Joe, Missouri on "the Oskalossa Train"
June 15, 1847, Lead by Captain Wiley Chapman...
...Diary of Anna  Green-Lee 1847

Copyright [1987-2009] All rights reserved©

Research Notes for the "Oregon Trail Families" and their ancestors:

First Generation



1. Heman Allen LEE, "Oregon Trail 1847",  1 son of Philander LEE "Oregon Trail 1847", and Anna Harvey GREEN, "Oregon Trail 1847", was born on 29 Mar 1833 in , Jefferson, NY, USA, died on 7 Jan 1914 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried on 8 Jan 1914 in Zion Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA.

• Migration: Oregon Trail, 15 Jun 1847-15 Nov 1847, St. Joseph, , Missouri, USA. ...100 wagons on the "the Oskalossa Train" Lead by Captain Wiley Chapman......Diary of Anna Green-Lee 1847

• Historical Sketch: From "History of Oregon". Heman A. Lee, of Canby, Clackamas, Oregon is an Oregon Pioneer of 1847. He was born in Jefferson County, NY, 29 Mar 1833.
Mr. Lee's father, Philander Lee, was born in New York, 22 Feb 1802 and there, 20 Oct 1827 married Anna Green, also a native of the Empire State, the date of her birth being 17 Dec 1807. They had seven children born in New York. In 1846 they removed to Iowa, where Mr. Lee rented a farm from his brother. From there his brothers and sister and their families started their trek across the plains to Oregon. Others joined their company and when they were ready to start their train numbered a hundred wagons. Wiley Chapman was chosen captain of the company. As the journey progressed, they found it more convenient to divide up into smaller parties, The Lee family finally being reduced to fifteen wagons. They made a safe journey, covering a period of seven months, but met with some sad accidents., One of Mrs. Lee's brothers, Harvey Green, while getting the oxen across the Snake River was drowned. Their daughter, Elvira Lee, now Mrs. Saltmarsh, was run over by one of the wagons, and had one her limbs broken. It was set and she was put in a cradled and swung up to the bows in the wagon, and in this way she rode for nine weeks. Measles also broke out in their company. From The Dalles they came down the river in canoes to Cascade where they made portage, and from there they continued their journey on flat-boats to Linton. At Linton they stopped during the winter, and the following summer were engaged in raising vegetables on Sauvι's Island. In this enterprise they were successful, and found a ready market in Portland, for their product, and made some money. They made their first permanent settlement in Clackamas County, near where they now reside, in Canby. Upon the discovery of gold in California, the father, and eldest son, Edwin T., Went to the gold diggings and mined on the North Fork of the American River, where they remained a year, meeting with success. They then returned to their donation claim, 639 acres of land, it being part of the present town site of Canby. On this property the father resided until 1887, when his death occurred. His life was characterized by honest industry.
Heman A. Lee was in his fifteenth year when he arrived in Oregon. He remained with his father until his twentieth year, when he started out for himself and after working for wages for a time, took a donation of 160 acres in Linn County, on which he kept "bach" for five years. Then he sold out and returned to Clackamas County. Here he took a homestead, and his father deeded him 52 and 3/4th acres of the old donation claim. 9 Apr 1869 he married Miss Eda E. Tice, a native of the State of Iowa, born 10 Jul 1851, a daughter of James Tice. Mr. Tice and his family came to Oregon in 1863 and soon after their arrival he died, leaving his widow and 2 daughters (of whom Mrs. Lee was the oldest) and three sons, to do for themselves. After their marriage Mr. & Mrs. Lee settled on the homestead, and lived there 20 years, during which time he developed it into a fine property. He now owns 200 acres at Canby, 80 of it being a part of his father's donation claim. To him and his wife have been born eight children, as follows: Clara C., now Mrs. Elijah Hutchinson, Lorinda L., wife of Harry Gillmore, Milo H., Addie E., Alvira A., Warren P., Elsie M., and Ora M.
Mr. Lee has been a Republican all his life, having cast his 1st for President Lincoln. He has been elected to the office of Justice of the Peace, and as such has served most acceptably. Mr. Lee's venerable mother is still living, and is a most interesting converser, has a vivid recollection of her journey across the plains, and their meeting with Dr. Whitman. She is a woman greatly loved by all who know her.
Source: "History of Oregon" on file with the Oregon Historical Society, Oregon City, Clackamas, Oregon.

• Land &/or Property: Donation Land Claim, 1855, Linn, Oregon. F.H. #2; 130 A.; Sec;s 3 & 10; ; filed on D.L.C. Cert. #4739

• 1860 Federal Census of Clackamas, Oregon.
Lee, Philander, age 58, farmer, 2,500/600, bp: NY
Lee, Anna, age 52, bp: NY
Lee, Heman, age 27, bp: NY
Lee, Caroline, age 19, bp: NY
Lee, Albert, age 13, IA

• 1870 Federal Census of Clackamas, Oregon, USA. 2
Lee, Heman, age 37, bp: NY
Lee, Eda, age 19, bp: Iowa
Lee, Clarinda, age 2, bp: OR
Lee, Lorenda, age 1m

• 1880 Federal Census of Clackamas, Oregon, USA. 3
Lee, Heman A., head, age 47, bp: NY
Lee, Eda E., wife, age 30, bp: Iowa Father Virginia Mother: Indiana
Lee, Clarinda C.,dau, age 12, bp: Oregon
Lee, Lovinda, dau, age 10
Lee, Milo H., son, age 8
Lee, Adda, dau, age 6
Lee, Elvira A., dau, age 4
Tice, John, brother in law, age 18, bp: Iowa

• 1900 Federal Census of Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA.
Lee, Herman A., head, Mar 1833, age 67, bp: NY Father: NY Mother: NY
Lee, Eda E., wife, Jul 1851, age 48, bp: Iowa Father: Ohio Mother: Missouri
Lee, Milo H., son, Apr 1872, age 28, bp: OR
Lee, Warren, son, Jan 1882, age 18
Lee, Elsie M., dau, Sep 1885, age 14
Lee, Ora M., dau, Jan 1890, age 10

• 1910 Federal Census of Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA.
Lee, Heman A., head, age 77, bp: NY
Lee, Eda E., wife, age 58, bp: Iowa Father: Ohio Mother: Missouri
Lee, Ora M., dau, age 20, bp: OR
Shields, Epsie L., niece, age 31, bp: Oregon Father: Iowa Mother: Iowa
Shields, Elmira, gr niece, age 1y, bp: California Father: Illinois Mother: Oregon

Heman married Eda Elizabeth TICE, "Oregon Trail 1863", daughter of James TICE "Oregon Trail 1863", and Hannah Susannah RIPLEY, "Oregon Trail 1863", on 9 Apr 1867 in Portland, Multnomah, OR, USA. Eda was born on 10 Jul 1851 in , Page, IA, USA, died on 5 Jun 1911 in Portland, Multnomah, OR, USA, and was buried on 7 Jun 1911 in Zion Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Clarinda C. LEE was born on 17 May 1868 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA and died on 15 Mar 1926 in Newberg, OR. Clarinda married Elijah Don HUTCHINSON on 1 Jun 1890 in , Clackamas, OR. Elijah was born about 1868 in , OR, died in 1902, and was buried in , Clackamas, OR, USA. Clarinda next married Ransom SOPER in 1912. Ransom was born about 1868 and died in Jan 1914.

         ii.  Lorinda Luzetta LEE was born on 6 May 1870 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA and died on 1 Dec 1928. Lorinda married Harry C. GILLMORE on 17 Apr 1890 in , Clackamas, OR. Harry was born about 1870 in , KY.

        iii.  Milo Heman LEE was born on 5 Apr 1872 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, died on 18 Apr 1940 in Jennings Lodge, Clackamas, OR, and was buried in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Milo married Mary BONNEY about 1902. Mary was born about 1872.

         iv.  Addie Clarinda LEE was born on 12 Dec 1873 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, died on 30 Mar 1957 in Oregon City, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried on 2 Apr 1957 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Addie married Edward C. SHULL on 17 Jun 1895 in , Clackamas, OR. Edward was born about 1873 in , , IL, USA.

          v.  Elvira Annie LEE was born on 5 Dec 1875 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA and died on 22 Apr 1930. Elvira married Clyde H. PHILLIPS on 27 Mar 1895 in , Clackamas, OR. Clyde was born about 1875. Elvira next married Dan EWING. Dan was born about 1875.

         vi.  Warren Philander LEE was born on 17 Jan 1882 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, died on 29 Dec 1956 in Oregon City, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried on 31 Dec 1956 in Zion Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Warren married Eliza Jane MITTS on 8 Jun 1904 in Portland, Multnomah, OR, USA. Eliza was born on 2 Feb 1886 in Needy, Clackamas, OR, USA, died on 25 Mar 1978 in Oregon City, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried on 28 Mar 1978 in Zion Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA.

        vii.  Elsie May LEE was born on 12 Sep 1885 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, died on 10 Jul 1966 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried on 17 Jul 1966 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Elsie married William Daniel RIDER on 18 Feb 1903 in Oregon City, Clackamas, OR, USA. William was born on 14 Oct 1881 in Bellevue, KS, died on 30 Dec 1956 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA.

     viii.  Ora Melvina LEE (born on 18 Jan 1890 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA - died on 6 May 1966 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA). Ora married George Henry CATTLEY on 8 Sep 1916 in San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, USA. George was born on 28 Nov 1891 in Marylebone, MDX, England, UK, died on 11 Nov 1983 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried on 14 Nov 1983 in Zion Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Another name for George was George Henry CATLEY.

Second Generation (Parents)



2. Philander LEE,"Oregon Trail 1847",  4 son of Joseph LEE III"Oregon Trail 1847",  and Abigail TALLMAN, was born on 22 Feb 1802 in , Warren, NY, USA, died on 12 Jan 1887 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried in Pioneer Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA.

• 1830 Federal Census of Lyme, Jefferson, New York, USA. 5
Lee, Philander:
1 male 5-10 (Edwin under 1)
1 male 20-30 (Philander b. 1800-1810)
1 female under 5 (Emily age 2)
1 female 20-30 (Anna b. 1800-1810)

• 1840 Federal Census of Lyme, Jefferson, New York, USA.
Philander Lee:
1 male under 5 (Oren age 2)
2 males 5-10 (Edwin age 10, Heman age 7)
1 male 30-40 (Philander b. 1800-1810)
1 female under 5 (Elvira age 5)
1 female 10-15 (Emily age 12)
1 female 30-40 (Anna b. 1800-1810)

• 1846 State Census of Ottumwa, Wapello, IA, USA.
Vol. I, 1841-49 Iowa Census, Wapello Co: Philander and Philester Lee

• 1847 Federal Census of Ottumwa, Wapello, IA, USA.
Vol. I, 1841-49 Iowa Census, Wapello Co: Philander and Philester Lee

• Migration: Oregon Trail, 15 Jun 1847-15 Nov 1847, St. Joseph, , Missouri, USA. ...100 wagons on the "the Oskalossa Train" Lead by Captain Wiley Chapman......Diary of Anna Green-Lee 1847

• Land &/or Property: Donation Land Claim, Feb 1850, Baker Prairie, Clackamas, Oregon. Oregon Donation Land Claim, Certificate No. 2795. 647 acres in Sections 33 and 34 and Section 4, Twp. 4S, Range 1E.
Research Note: Baker Prairie later to become part of the City of Canby.

• 1850 Federal Census of Clackamas, Oregon Territory. 6
Lee, Orlando, age 50, bp: NY
Lee, Anna, age 44
Lee, Emily, age 22
Lee, Edwin, age 20
Lee, Heman, age 17
Lee, Elvira, age 14
Lee, Orrin, age 12
Lee, Caroline, age 9
Lee, Albert, age 3, bp: Iowa

• 1860 Federal Census of Clackamas, Oregon.
Lee, Philander, age 58, farmer, 2,500/600, bp: NY
Lee, Anna, age 52, bp: NY
Lee, Heman, age 27, bp: NY
Lee, Caroline, age 19, bp: NY
Lee, Albert, age 13, IA

• 1870 Federal Census of Canemah, Clackamas, OR, USA. 7
Lee, Philander, age 68, bp: NY
Lee, Anna, age 62
Lee, Mary, age 16, bp: OR
Lebo, Jonah, age 18, bp: OR

• 1880 Federal Census of Clackamas, Oregon. 8
Lee, Philander, head, age 78, bp: NY Father: Massachusetts Mother: Vermont
Lee, Annie, wife, age 72
Lee, Millard, grson, age 7, bp: Oregon
Knotts, Annie, grdau, age 24
Knotts, William, gr grandson, age 6
Knotts, George, gr grandson, age 3

Philander married Anna Harvey GREEN "Oregon Trail 1847",   9 on 20 Oct 1827 in , Jefferson, NY, USA. Anna was born on 17 Dec 1807 in Ovid, Seneca, NY, USA, died on 28 Mar 1900 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried in Pioneer Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Another name for Anna was Annie GREEN.

Children from this marriage were:

          i.  Emily Armina LEE "Oregon Trail 1847" was born on 22 Jul 1828 in , Jefferson, NY, USA and died in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Emily married James LEABO on 16 Mar 1851 in , Clackamas, OR.

         ii.  Edwin Tallman LEE "Oregon Trail 1847" was born on 11 Sep 1830 in , Jefferson, NY, USA, died on 16 Jul 1873 in , Tehama, CA, and was buried in , Tehama, CA. Edwin married Catherine KILLIN on 1 Oct 1851. Catherine was born in 1837 in , , IL, USA. Edwin next married Henrietta in 1869. Henrietta was buried in 1869. Edwin next married ____ GOSSETT

2       iii.  Heman Allen LEE "Oregon Trail 1847"  (born on 29 Mar 1833 in , Jefferson, NY, USA - died on 7 Jan 1914 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA). Heman married Eda Elizabeth TICE on 9 Apr 1867 in Portland, Multnomah, OR, USA. Eda was born on 10 Jul 1851 in , Page, IA, USA, died on 5 Jun 1911 in Portland, Multnomah, OR, USA, and was buried on 7 Jun 1911 in Zion Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA.

         iv.  Elvira LEE "Oregon Trail 1847" was born on 24 Dec 1835 in , Jefferson, NY, USA, died on 25 Jun 1915 in Lebanon, Linn, OR, and was buried on 27 Jun 1915 in Lebanon, Linn, OR. Elvira married Arthur Vance SALTMARSH on 20 Aug 1854 in Sodaville, Linn, OR. Arthur was born on 22 Sep 1823 in , Ripley, Indiana, USA and died on 30 Dec 1896 in Lebanon, OR.

          v.  Oren LEE "Oregon Trail 1847" was born on 12 Jul 1838 in , Jefferson, NY, USA, died on 10 Mar 1881 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Oren married Cleopatra "Chloe" P. WHITING on 26 Nov 1876 in , Clackamas, OR. Cleopatra was born in Jun 1857 in , , CA, USA, died on 22 Jul 1901, and was buried in Looking Glass, Union, OR, USA.

         vi.  Caroline "Carrie" Euphemia LEE "Oregon Trail 1847" was born on 6 Jun 1841 in , Jefferson, NY, USA and died in Salem, Marion, OR, USA. Caroline married Rev. George W. ROARK on 3 Jul 1864 in , Clackamas, OR.

        vii.  Jason R. LEE was born on 22 Jun 1844 in , Jefferson, NY, USA and died in Sep 1846 in , , IA, USA.

       viii.  Albert Harvey LEE "Oregon Trail 1847" was born on 22 Jan 1847 in Des Moines, Polk, IA, died on 23 Aug 1936 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried on 26 Aug 1936 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Albert married Martha Jane HALL on 10 Sep 1871 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Martha was born in 1854 in Lancaster, Keokuk, Iowa, USA and died on 15 May 1890 in Canby, Clackamas, OR

3. Anna Harvey GREEN, "Oregon Trail 1847", 9 daughter of Israel GREEN and Hannah WITTER, was born on 17 Dec 1807 in Ovid, Seneca, NY, USA, died on 28 Mar 1900 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried in Pioneer Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Another name for Anna was Annie GREEN.

Third Generation (Grandparents)



4. Joseph LEE III, "Oregon Trail 1847" son of Joseph LEE II and Susanna BREWSTER, was born on 12 Sep 1783 in Hanover Twp, Grafton, NH, USA, died in 1848 in Salem, Marion, OR, USA, and was buried in Under an Oak Tree, Salem, Marion, OR, USA. Another name for Joseph was Josephus LEE.

• 1790 Federal Census of Hanover, Grafton, NH, USA. 10
Lee, Joseph:
1 male over 16 (Joseph Lee)
2 males under 16 (Joseph Lee Jr., Benjamin Lee (1)
2 females (Susanna, Mary)

• 1800 Federal Census of Hanover, Grafton, NH, USA. 11
Lee, Joseph:
1 male under 10 (Benjamin (2)
2 males 16-26 (Joseph Lee Jr. Benjamin (1))
1male 26-45
1 male 45 +(Joseph Lee)
1 female under 10 (Nancy Lee)
2 females 10-16 (Mary Lee, Susan Witter Lee)
1 female 26-45 (Susanna age 40)

• 1830 Federal Census of Lyme, Jefferson, New York, USA. 5
Greene, Israel:
1 male under 5, (Isreal Nelson age 3)
1 male 5-10, (Orren Witter age 5)
1 male 15-20, (Benjamin T. age 19)
1 male 40-50 (Israel)
1 female 5-10, (Eliza Ann age 9)
1 female 15-20, (Drucilla J. age 11)
1 female 50-60 (Hannah)
Living next door:
Lee, Josephus:
1 male 15-20 (Philester)
1 male 40-50 (Josephus)
1 female 15-20 (Phidellia age 15) (Researcher note: Philinda Lee & John Harvey Green were married in 1829 and had 1st child in 1830)
Living Next door:
Lee, Philander:
1 male 5-10
1 male 20-30 (Philander)
1 female under 5
1 female 20-30 (Anna)

• Migration: Oregon Trail, 15 Jun 1847-15 Nov 1847, St. Joseph, , Missouri, USA. ...100 wagons on the "the Oskalossa Train" Lead by Captain Wiley Chapman......Diary of Anna Green-Lee 1847

Joseph married Abigail TALLMAN about 1801 in , Grafton, NH, USA. Abigail was born in 1783 in , Grafton, NH, USA and died about 1820 in , Jefferson, NY, USA.

Children from this marriage were:

4         i.  Philander LEE "Oregon Trail 1847" (born on 22 Feb 1802 in , Warren, NY, USA - died on 12 Jan 1887 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA). Philander married Anna Harvey GREEN "Oregon Trail 1847" on 20 Oct 1827 in , Jefferson, NY, USA. Anna was born on 17 Dec 1807 in Ovid, Seneca, NY, USA, died on 28 Mar 1900 in Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA, and was buried in Pioneer Cemetery, Canby, Clackamas, OR, USA. Another name for Anna was Annie GREEN.

         ii.  Philemon LEE "Oregon Trail 1847" was born in 1804 in , Warren, NY, USA, died on 3 May 1851 in Forest Grove, Washington, OR, USA, and was buried in May 1851 in Forest Grove, Washington, OR, USA. Philemon married Elizabeth JOHNSON "Oregon Trail 1847" on 20 Sep 1830 in Lyme, Jefferson, New York, USA. Elizabeth was born in , , IL, USA and died on 10 Aug 1858 in Forest Grove, Washington, OR, USA.

        iii.  Philester LEE "Oregon Trail 1847" was born on 25 May 1809 in , Ontario or Otsego, NY, USA, died on 10 Oct 1892 in Junction City, Lane, OR, USA, and was buried in Junction City, Lane, OR, USA. Philester married Eliza/Elizabeth Ann BURGE "Oregon Trail 1847" on 10 Jun 1832 in , Jefferson, NY, USA. Eliza/Elizabeth was born on 28 Jan 1817 in , Saratoga, NY, USA, died on 8 Dec 1877 in Yoncalla, Douglas, OR, USA, and was buried in Yoncalla, Douglas, OR, USA.

         iv.  Philinda LEE "Oregon Trail 1847" was born on 12 Feb 1812 in , Jefferson, NY, USA, died on 19 Oct 1873 in Portland, Multnomah, OR, USA, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah, OR, USA. Philinda married John Harvey GREEN "Oregon Trail 1847" in 1829 in , Jefferson, NY, USA. John was born on 17 Oct 1805 in Ovid, Seneca, NY, USA, died on 9 Sep 1847 in Snake River, American Falls, ID, USA, and was buried in Oregon Trail, American Falls, ID, USA. Philinda next married James Alexander TERWILLIGER in 1848 in Oregon Territory, OR, USA. James was born on 3 Oct 1809 in , Ulster, NY, USA, died on 1 Sep 1892 in Portland, Multnomah, OR, USA, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Portland, Multnomah, OR, USA.

          v.  Phidella LEE was born in 1815 in Lyme, Jefferson, New York, USA and died after 1830 in Lyme, Jefferson, New York, USA.

5. Abigail TALLMAN, daughter of John TALLMAN and Dorothy ALLEN, was born in 1783 in , Grafton, NH, USA and died about 1820 in , Jefferson, NY, USA.

• 1790 Federal Census of Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. 12
Tolman, John:
1 male over 16 (John Tallman Sr.)
2 males under 16
3 females (Dorothy wife of John Tallman Sr., Abigail, Content)

Abigail married Joseph LEE III "Oregon Trail 1847" about 1801 in , Grafton, NH, USA. Joseph was born on 12 Sep 1783 in Hanover Twp, Grafton, NH, USA, died in 1848 in Salem, Marion, OR, USA, and was buried in Under an Oak Tree, Salem, Marion, OR, USA. Another name for Joseph was Josephus LEE.

6. Israel GREEN, son of John GREENEand Chloe BROCKWAY, was born on 12 Oct 1781 in Wallkill, Orange, NY, USA and died on 6 Jan 1851 in Albia, Monroe, IA, USA.

• 1810 Federal Census of Romulus, Seneca, NY, USA. 13
Green, John:
1 male under 10
1 male 16-26
1 male 45+ (John)
1 female 10-16
2 females 16-26
1 female 45+ (Chloe)
Next Door:
Green, Isreal:
2 males under 10
1 male 26-45 (Isreal)
2 females under 10
1 female 16-26 (Hannah)
Living 6 households away:
Knapp, Jonathan:
1 male under 10
1 male 10-16
1 male 45+ (Jonathan)
1 female 16-26
1 female 45+
Living 1 household away:
Green, Timothy:
1 male under 10
1 male 26-45 (Timothy)
1 female under 10
1 female 10-16
1 female 26-45 (Elizabeth "Lizzy")

• 1820 Federal Census of Livonia, Ontario, NY, USA. 14
Green, Isreal:
2 males under 10
1 male 10-16
1 male 26-45 (Isreal)
1 female under 10
2 females 10-16
1 female 26-45 (Hannah)

• 1830 Federal Census of Lyme, Jefferson, New York, USA. 5
Greene, Israel:
1 male under 5, (Isreal Nelson age 3)
1 male 5-10, (Orren Witter age 5)
1 male 15-20, (Benjamin T. age 19)
1 male 40-50 (Israel)
1 female 5-10, (Eliza Ann age 9)
1 female 15-20, (Drucilla J. age 11)
1 female 50-60 (Hannah)
Living next door:
Lee, Josephus:
1 male 15-20 (Philester)
1 male 40-50 (Josephus)
1 female 15-20 (Phidellia age 15) (Researchers note: Philinda Lee & John Harvey Green were married in 1829 and had 1st child in 1830)
Living Next door:
Lee, Philander:
1 male 5-10
1 male 20-30 (Philander)
1 female under 5
1 female 20-30 (Anna)

• 1850 Federal Census of , Monroe, IA, USA.
Green, Israel: age 70 farmer, 600 b. NY;
Green, Hannah age 67 b. NY;
Green, Oren age 21 farmer, b. NY.

Israel married Hannah WITTER on 25 Dec 1802 in , Orange, NY, USA. Hannah was born on 25 Feb 1784 in Goshen, Orange, NY, USA, was christened on 15 Aug 1784 in Goshen, Orange, NY, USA, and died on 2 Feb 1861 in Albia, Monroe, IA, USA.

7. Hannah WITTER, daughter of Isaac WITTER and Anna Margaret OWEN, was born on 25 Feb 1784 in Goshen, Orange, NY, USA, was christened on 15 Aug 1784 in Goshen, Orange, NY, USA, and died on 2 Feb 1861 in Albia, Monroe, IA, USA.

• 1860 Federal Census of , Appanoose, Iowa, USA. 15
Green, Isreal N. Head, age 32, Farmer, b. NY
Green, Eurany, wife age 25, b. Virginia
Green, Hannah, age 3, b. Iowa
Green, Malissa, age 3, b. Iowa
Green, Mary, age 3months, b. Iowa
Green, Hannah, age 76, b. New York

Hannah married Israel GREEN on 25 Dec 1802 in , Orange, NY, USA. Israel was born on 12 Oct 1781 in Wallkill, Orange, NY, USA and died on 6 Jan 1851 in Albia, Monroe, IA, USA.

Fourth Generation (Great-Grandparents)



8. Joseph LEE II,16 son of Joseph LEE I and Priscilla SPICER, was born in 1757 in Groton, New London, CT, USA16 and died in Jul 1834 in Wentworth, Grafton, NH, USA.

• 1.(a) Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files by: Virgil D. White, #"s 18078, vol II , pg 2044 gives soldier born 1757 in Groton, New London Co., CT. appl 27 Aug 1832 at Rumney in Grafton Co, NH, USA, Moses Merrill of Runmey and Maj. Nath'l Rix of Haverhill NH were wit's.
(b) Joseph Lee, rank/ser-Private., annual allowance 102.00,sums received 360.00, Connecticut Continental Line, when placed on the pension roll. Oct. 16, 1832, age 77, Grafton Co. New Hampshire, Source:
The Pension Roll of 1835, Indexed edition, Vol IV, pg. 752. Gen. Publishing Co. Inc., compiled by Murtie June Clark., @ Genealogical Forum of Oregon, Portland, Oregon.
2.
Death: will probated 11 Aug 11, 1834, Wentworth, Grafton Co., New Hampshire. Will gave his occupation as wheelwright. Will named Ebenezer Lee, Susan W. Hadley (daughter) wife of Samuel W. Hadley, Nancy B. (Brewster) Merrill (daughter), wife of Moses Merrill, children living in said Co .(Grafton), Benjamin B. (Brewster) Lee a son residing in state of New York, a widow of no worth was named. Josiah Quincey of Rumney in said Co. as legal rep for distribution of estate. source: film #15906, on file with Family History Center, Church of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah.
3.
Index of Grafton Co. probate records give the following add. probat for: 1840-Lee, Isaac, Groton, Grafton Co. not named on fathers will. 1842-Lee, Ebenezer (Jr), Holderness, Grafton , son of Ebenezer Lee, 1846-Lee, Richard, Holderness, Grafton Co., probably son of Ebenezer Lee (Sr.) 1850-Lee, Ebenezer (Sr), Hanover, Grafton Co. son of Joseph Lee Sr. 1872-Lee Lydia , Hanover, Grafton Co., wife of Ebenezer Lee Sr. 1881-Lee Daniel, Holderness, Grafton Co. probably son of Ebenezer Lee (Sr.)
4.
Source: A History of the town of Hanover, NH, by, John King Lord, 1928, FHC Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, pg 37, "the village at the college-on the next lot a house and barn were built at an early date and were granted by the college in 1795 to Joseph Lee, and he in the next year sold the north half with the buildings to John Stone, "husbandman," who in that year was licensed to keep a tavern. The buildings seem to have been replaced by a large rambling structure that soon fell into decay and was used as a tenement by the lowest characters. Also included with this chapter was a plate map IV: the village of Hanover map. the college ref. to is Dartmouth College. 1992 Grolier Electronic Publishing, Inc. Dartmouth college established in 1769 by a charter from King George III.
5.
Source: The Records of the Town of Hanover NH, 1761-1818, printed by vote of the town under the direction of Foster, Bridgman, Fay, 1905. FHC Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, pg's 44, 48, 62, 63, 81, 106, 128, 146, 153, 158, 173, Positions held by Joseph Lee and Ebenezer Brewster. March 1784-voted Joseph Lee constable. April 26th 1785-voted to allow to Joseph Lee for transporting two families out of town as constable 29/.- that with regard to those perfons who have removed into the town since that period and have since paid taxes in any other state or town, or have been soldiers in the army, we have attended to their several particular cafes, and further report, as our oppinion; that there be an abatement on the list for the prefent year on which said tax is to made (so far only as relates to said arrears to the several perfons hereafter named: Peter Knap, Peter Knap jun., Samuel Cook, Samuel Cook jun., Samuel Hews, Roger Freeman, Roger Hovey, Nathaniel Hurlbutt, Nath Hurlbutt jr., Asher Hurlbutt, Elijah Hurlbutt, Israel Camp, Benj. Tiffany, Sylvester Tiffany, Samual Carr, Stephen Herrick, Stephen Wilson, Dan Fobes, Calvin Topliff, David Green, Jushua Cushman, Stockman Sweat, Luther Lincoln, Elish Warner, Timothy Owen, Joseph Lamb Dan Goold, Joseph Lee, Dan Clapp , Joseph Greene, Samuel Greene, John Wood, Richard Clement March 10th 1789-Joseph Lee-who were sworn to office. dated Dec 10, 1791-select men voted that the sectmen clereth is town of the small pox as soon as be conffiftent so to do, that it spread no further. Joseph Lee was amoung the group of select men to cary out this function. march 13 1792, voted Col. Ebenezer Brewster moderator. voted Gen. Ebenezer Brewster Key Keepers the insueing year. Voted that the report of the committee on the acct. of Joseph Lee be so far acceped that the said committee be autherised to adjust and settle all account between said Lee and the town of Hanover in equity and to give the said Lee an order on the select men for such ballance as may be found due to him. March 28 1794- at a legal town meeting voted and chose Gen. Ebenezer Brewster moderator. Chose Gen. Ebenezer Brewster sworn-fire ward. Joseph Lee sworn Corder of Wood and Survey of Lumber. Gen. Ebenezer Brewster -Pound Keeper. 1796-corder of wood-Joseph Lee. March 13 1798-highway surveyers-Joseph Lee. survey of lumber-Joseph Lee to see if the town will raise and appropriate money to pay odds betwixt land of Solomon Jacobs which were exchanged by said Jacobs with the town of Hanover for a millatary parade and land given to said Jacobs by said town in exchange. and you the said constable are to put up three attested copy of the above warrant one at Gen. Eben. Brewster sign post and one on each of the tw meeting houfes in the middle of said town according to law. Feb anno domi ni 1800. Joseph Curtis, Ebe. Brewster, Sam Kendrick-select men of said Hanover. 1798-surveyor of lumber chose-sworn Joseph Lee (Research Note: the above source was copied with spelling errors by cls. Ebenezer Brewster and Joseph Lee are no longer found on the town council in the following years after the last entry in 1798 . After 1800 and before 1810 both are found in Haverhill, Grafton Co, NH.)

Writers note: Benjamin Brewster Lee (Benjamin B.) found on Deed in Romulus, Seneca County, NY at the same time as Isreal Greene is found living there. He later is also found in , Jefferson County, NY before returning after his fathers death to Grafton County, NH and his Mother listed in the will of Joseph Lee Sr. as "a wife of no worth" is living with him until her death. ( clc-s has yet to figure the wife of "no worth" on the will but she received nothing in the will. Maybe he (Joseph Lee had begun to go to the neighboring house or Tavern listed above in 1795.
Writers note: All 3 of the Lee men where Wheelwrights by occupation. Joseph Lee Sr., Joseph "Josephus" Lee, & Benjamin B. Lee.

• Revolutionary War: Pension File: Lee, Joseph, Conn, S-18078, Apr 1776, Connecticut, USA. New Hampshire
Joseph Lee
of Rumney, N. Hampshire
Conn. of State troops
from Apr 1776
Private

• Revolutionary War: Battle of Harlem Heights, 16 Sep 1776, New York City, NY, USA. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Harlem_Heights
The
Battle of Harlem Heights was fought in the New York and New Jersey campaign of the American Revolutionary War . The action took place in what is now the Morningside Heights and west Harlem neighborhoods of Manhattan in New York City on September 16, 1776.
The Continental Army -under Generals George Washington , Nathanael Greene , and Israel Putnam , totaling around 1,800 men-held a series of high ground positions in upper Manhattan against an attacking British division totaling around 5,000 men under the command of General Alexander Leslie . British troops made a tactical error by sounding a fox hunt bugle call while in pursuit, meant to insult the Continentals, who were in orderly retreat. This instead infuriated the Americans who galvanized to hold their ground. After flanking the British attackers, the Americans slowly pushed the British back. After the British fled, Washington had his troops end the chase. The battle went a long way to restoring the confidence of the Continental Army after suffering several defeats. It was Washington's first battlefield victory of the war.
After a month without any major fighting between the armies, Washington was forced to withdraw his army to White Plains when the British moved into Westchester County and threatened to trap Washington in Manhattan. Washington suffered two more defeats, at White Plains and Fort Washington . After these two defeats, Washington and the army retreated across New Jersey to Pennsylvania . The New York and New Jersey campaign ended after the American victories at Trenton and Princeton
.

• 1790 Federal Census of Hanover, Grafton, NH, USA. 10
Lee, Joseph:
1 male over 16 (Joseph Lee)
2 males under 16 (Joseph Lee Jr., Benjamin Lee (1)
2 females (Susanna, Mary)

• 1800 Federal Census of Hanover, Grafton, NH, USA. 11
Lee, Joseph:
1 male under 10 (Benjamin (2)
2 males 16-26 (Joseph Lee Jr. Benjamin (1))
1male 26-45
1 male 45 +(Joseph Lee)
1 female under 10 (Nancy Lee)
2 females 10-16 (Mary Lee, Susan Witter Lee)
1 female 26-45 (Susanna age 40)

• 1810 Federal Census of Haverhill, Grafton, NH, USA. 17
Lee, Joseph:
1 male 16-26
1 male 45+ (Joseph Lee Sr)
2 females 10-16
1 female 16-26
1 female 45+ (Susanna age 50)

• 1830 Federal Census of Haverhill, Grafton, NH, USA. 18
Lee, Joseph:
1 male 70-80 (Joseph Lee Sr.)

• Revolutionary War: Pension File: Lee, Joseph, Conn line, S-18078, 4 Mar 1831, Rumney, Grafton, New Hampshire. New Hampshire
$102.00
Book 6 Vol 1 page 167

• Revolutionary War: Pension File: History of Soldier, 4 Mar 1831, Rumney, Grafton, New Hampshire. # 5655
Brief in the case of Joseph Lee of Rumney, NH
Act of 7 Jun 1832
in open court
age 75
Service: Period, Duration of Service, Rank, Name of General/Field officer:
1776, Apr, 9m, private, Col Seldon's Reg
1777, Apr, 9m, sargent, Col Eley's Reg
1778, fall of, 2m, sargent, dispatched to go to Rhode Island, General Sullivan
1779, ---, 2m, sargent, dispatched to New London
1780, --, 1m 19d, sargent, as a volanteer
In what Battles was he engaged?: Harlem Heigths, White Plains
Where did he reside when he enterd the service?: Groton, Connecticut

• Revolutionary War: Pension: Declaration, Joseph Lee, 27 Aug 1832, Rumney, Grafton, New Hampshire. Judge of the Probate of Wills in said county...
That he enterd the service of the US under the following named officers, and served as herein stated--
In Apr 1776 I inlisted into State Troops of Connecticuitt for the term of 9m in Capt Abel
Spicers Company, Col. Scheldon's Regiment. Sailed the 1st of May to the City of of New York and remained there until the enemy took possession of the Island we then marched to Harlem Hights and was in the Battle at Harlem. I think it was in Sep. from thence we marched to White Plains was in the Battle at this place, I did my time out of service & was dismissed about 6 miles from the Plains. I belonged to Groton in the County of New London in State of Conn...in Aprill 1777 I inlisted into State Troops of Conn...from the same town & County in Capt. Josiah Buildins(?) Company and in this the duty of a Sargent nine months in Col Ely Regeiment stationed 1st at New London on from thence to Rhode Island on an expidition Genl. Squirres(?) not being able to acomplish we retuned to New London and from thence to the state of New York where we were dismissed----In the Fall of 1778 I was drafted from an independant company of ...who had ingaged to ...country when called for the close of the war--for two months to go to Rhode Island was in the battle and retreat of Gen. Sullivan was over then Commander--I serced my term of 2 months and dismissed-- In 1779 I was dragted to go to New London served my time out & and remained the town and also the villiage of Groton, New London---I was called on from 1780 to the close of the war to defend times and places...from one day to one week--I had on Sergents ornament which was sent to the war department by Fovernor Woodb... of the senate--I was born AD 1757 in Groton Conn. --has no record of his age except his bible-newer version--a writen discharge--has no...except his sergents warrent --now in the hands of the war department
Signed: Joseph Lee
Witness: Moses Merrill (is a clergyman resident in the town of Rumney) and Nath.l Rix (who has signed same is a resident in the town of Haverhill
Judge Edward Webber

Joseph married Susanna BREWSTER in Preston, New London, CT, USA. Susanna was born on 25 Feb 1760 in Preston, New London, CT, USA, died on 22 Aug 1829 in Haverhill, Grafton, NH, USA, and was buried in 1829 in Haverhill, Grafton, NH, USA.

9. Susanna BREWSTER, daughter of Benjamin BREWSTER and Elizabeth WITTER, was born on 25 Feb 1760 in Preston, New London, CT, USA, died on 22 Aug 1829 in Haverhill, Grafton, NH, USA, and was buried in 1829 in Haverhill, Grafton, NH, USA.

Susanna married Joseph LEE II 16 in Preston, New London, CT, USA. Joseph was born in 1757 in Groton, New London, CT, USA16 and died in Jul 1834 in Wentworth, Grafton, NH, USA.

10. John TALLMAN, son of Jonathan TALLMAN Jr and Lydia JOY, was born in 1744 in Attleboro, Bristol, MA, USA and died in 1815 in Vershire, Orange, Vermont, USA. Another name for John was John TOLMAN of New Hampshire.

• 1790 Federal Census of Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. 12
Tolman, John:
1 male over 16 (John Tallman Sr.)
2 males under 16
3 females (Dorothy wife of John Tallman Sr., Abigail, Content)

• 1800 Federal Census of Lime, Grafton, New Hampshire, USA. 19
Tolman, John:
2 males under 10
1 male 10-16
1 male 45+ (John Tallman Sr.)
1 female 45+ (Dorothy wife of John Sr.)
Living next door:
Tolman, Thomas (son of John & Dorothy)

• 1810 Federal Census of Vershire, Orange, Vermont, USA. 20
Tolman, John:
1 male 10-16
1 male 16-26
1 male 45+ (John Tallman Sr.)
1 female (Dorothy wife of John Sr.)

John married Dorothy ALLEN on 23 May 1765 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA. Dorothy was born about 1745 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA and died in 1814 in Vershire, Orange, Vermont, USA.

11. Dorothy ALLEN, daughter of William ALLEN 5th. and Lydia JOY, was born about 1745 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA and died in 1814 in Vershire, Orange, Vermont, USA.

Dorothy married John TALLMAN on 23 May 1765 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA. John was born in 1744 in Attleboro, Bristol, MA, USA and died in 1815 in Vershire, Orange, Vermont, USA. Another name for John was John TOLMAN of New Hampshire.

12. John GREENE, son of John GREENE and Patience GREENE, was born on 8 Feb 1755 in Wallkill, Orange, NY, USA, died on 4 Jan 1844 in Benton Twp, Yates, NY, USA, and was buried in Jan 1844 in Benton Twp Village Cemetery, Benton Center, Yates, NY, USA.

• 1810 Federal Census of Romulus, Seneca, NY, USA. 13
Green, John:
1 male under 10
1 male 16-26
1 male 45+ (John)
1 female 10-16
2 females 16-26
1 female 45+ (Chloe)
Next Door:
Green, Isreal:
2 males under 10
1 male 26-45 (Isreal)
2 females under 10
1 female 16-26 (Hannah)
Living 6 households away:
Knapp, Jonathan:
1 male under 10
1 male 10-16
1 male 45+ (Jonathan)
1 female 16-26
1 female 45+
Living 1 household away:
Green, Timothy:
1 male under 10
1 male 26-45 (Timothy)
1 female under 10
1 female 10-16
1 female 26-45 (Elizabeth "Lizzy")

John married Chloe BROCKWAY on 31 Dec 1777 in Goshen, Orange, NY, USA. Chloe was born on 23 May 1754 in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA, was christened on 10 Nov 1759 in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA, and died from 1832 to 1833 in Romulus, Seneca, NY, USA.

13. Chloe BROCKWAY, daughter of Timothy BROCKWAY and Mercy, was born on 23 May 1754 in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA, was christened on 10 Nov 1759 in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA, and died from 1832 to 1833 in Romulus, Seneca, NY, USA.

Chloe married John GREENE  on 31 Dec 1777 in Goshen, Orange, NY, USA. John was born on 8 Feb 1755 in Wallkill, Orange, NY, USA, died on 4 Jan 1844 in Benton Twp, Yates, NY, USA, and was buried in Jan 1844 in Benton Twp Village Cemetery, Benton Center, Yates, NY, USA.

14. Isaac WITTER, son of Ezra WITTER and Anna MORGAN, was born on 10 Jan 1757 in Preston, New London, CT, USA, died on 11 Oct 1843 in Gorham, Ontario, NY, USA, and was buried in Hopewell, Ontario, NY, USA.

Isaac married Anna Margaret OWENon 4 Oct 1779 in Goshen, Litchfield, CT, USA. Anna was born on 12 Apr 1765 in Stonington, New London, CT USA and died on 1 May 1848 in Gorham, Ontario, NY, USA.

15. Anna Margaret OWEN-OWENS, daughter of Gershom OWEN and Hannah KNAPP, was born on 12 Apr 1765 in Stonington, New London, CT USA and died on 1 May 1848 in Gorham, Ontario, NY, USA.

Anna married Isaac WITTER on 4 Oct 1779 in Goshen, Litchfield, CT, USA. Isaac was born on 10 Jan 1757 in Preston, New London, CT, USA, died on 11 Oct 1843 in Gorham, Ontario, NY, USA, and was buried in Hopewell, Ontario, NY, USA.

Fifth Generation (Great Great-Grandparents)



16. Joseph LEE I was born about 1730, died on 17 Jul 1820 in Groton, New London, CT, USA, and was buried in Ledyard, New London, Connecticut, USA.

Joseph married Priscilla SPICER on 20 Sep 1753 in New London, New London, CT.16 Priscilla was born in Feb 1732 in Groton, New London, CT, USA,21 died in 1812 in Groton, New London, CT, USA, and was buried in Ledyard, New London, Connecticut, USA.

17. Priscilla SPICER, daughter of John SPICER and Mary GEER, was born in Feb 1732 in Groton, New London, CT, USA,21 died in 1812 in Groton, New London, CT, USA, and was buried in Ledyard, New London, Connecticut, USA.

Priscilla married Joseph LEE I on 20 Sep 1753 in New London, New London, CT.16 Joseph was born about 1730, died on 17 Jul 1820 in Groton, New London, CT, USA, and was buried in Ledyard, New London, Connecticut, USA.

18. Benjamin BREWSTER, son of Ebenezer BREWSTER and Susanna SMITH, was born on 15 Apr 1736 in Preston, New London, CT, USA and died on 18 Apr 1786 in Preston, New London, CT, USA.

Benjamin married Elizabeth WITTER on 24 May 1759 in Preston, New London, CT, USA. Elizabeth was born on 20 Jan 1739 in Preston, New London, CT, USA and was christened on 21 Jan 1739 in Preston, New London, CT, USA.

19. Elizabeth WITTER, daughter of Ebenezer WITTER and Elizabeth BROWN, was born on 20 Jan 1739 in Preston, New London, CT, USA and was christened on 21 Jan 1739 in Preston, New London, CT, USA.

Elizabeth married Benjamin BREWSTER on 24 May 1759 in Preston, New London, CT, USA. Benjamin was born on 15 Apr 1736 in Preston, New London, CT, USA and died on 18 Apr 1786 in Preston, New London, CT, USA.

20. Jonathan TALLMAN Jr, son of Dr. Jonathan TALLMAN and Sarah DAVOL, was born in 1706 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA.

Jonathan married Lydia JOY on 29 Mar 1740 in Little Compton, Newport, RI, USA. Lydia was born on 21 Oct 1722 in Little Compton, Newport, RI, USA.

21. Lydia JOY, daughter of William JOY and Anna BROWNELL, was born on 21 Oct 1722 in Little Compton, Newport, RI, USA.

Lydia married Jonathan TALLMAN Jr on 29 Mar 1740 in Little Compton, Newport, RI, USA. Jonathan was born in 1706 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA.

22. William ALLEN 5th. son of William ALLEN 4th. and Elizabeth, was born on 18 Aug 1723 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA and died in 1777 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA.

William married Lydia JOY on 29 Mar 1744 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA. Lydia was born on 4 Apr 1725 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA.

23. Lydia JOY, daughter of Samuel JOY Jr and Content, was born on 4 Apr 1725 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA.

Lydia married William ALLEN 5th. on 29 Mar 1744 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA. William was born on 18 Aug 1723 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA and died in 1777 in Dartmouth, Bristol, MA, USA.

24. John GREENE, was born on 29 May 1731 in Warwick, Kent, RI, USA and died on 12 Dec 1784 in Middletown, Wallkill Precinct, Orange, NY, USA.

John married Patience GREENE on 27 Oct 1751 in Warwick, Kent, RI, USA. Patience was born on 7 Nov 1733 in Warwick, Kent, RI, USA and died on 17 Jun 1785 in Middletown, Wallkill Precinct, Orange, NY, USA.

25. Patience GREENE, was born on 7 Nov 1733 in Warwick, Kent, RI, USA and died on 17 Jun 1785 in Middletown, Wallkill Precinct, Orange, NY, USA.

Patience married John GREENE on 27 Oct 1751 in Warwick, Kent, RI, USA. John was born on 29 May 1731 in Warwick, Kent, RI, USA and died on 12 Dec 1784 in Middletown, Wallkill Precinct, Orange, NY, USA.

26. Timothy BROCKWAY, son of Samuel BROCKWAY (Branford) and Lydia JOHNSON, was born in 1734 in Branford, New Haven, CT, USA, died on 12 Feb 1759 in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA, and was buried in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA.

Timothy married Mercy. Mercy was born on 26 Jan 1738 in New Milford, Litchfield, CT, USA, died on 10 Apr 1761 in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA, and was buried in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA.

27. Mercy, was born on 26 Jan 1738 in New Milford, Litchfield, CT, USA, died on 10 Apr 1761 in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA, and was buried in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA

Mercy married Timothy BROCKWAY. Timothy was born in 1734 in Branford, New Haven, CT, USA, died on 12 Feb 1759 in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA, and was buried in Sharon, Litchfield, CT, USA.

28. Ezra WITTER, son of Joseph WITTER and Elizabeth GORE, was born on 22 Jan 1726 in Preston, New London, CT, USA, was christened on 29 Jan 1727, and died on 9 Mar 1761 in Preston, New London, NY, USA.

Ezra married Anna MORGAN on 9 Mar 1761 in Preston, New London, CT, USA. Anna was born on 27 Feb 1739 in Preston, New London, CT, USA, died on 17 Mar 1761 in Preston, Norwich, CT, USA, and was buried in Preston, Norwich, CT, USA.

29. Anna MORGAN, daughter of David MORGAN and Dorothy LAMB, was born on 27 Feb 1739 in Preston, New London, CT, USA, died on 17 Mar 1761 in Preston, Norwich, CT, USA, and was buried in Preston, Norwich, CT, USA.

Anna married Ezra WITTER on 9 Mar 1761 in Preston, New London, CT, USA. Ezra was born on 22 Jan 1726 in Preston, New London, CT, USA, was christened on 29 Jan 1727, and died on 9 Mar 1761 in Preston, New London, NY, USA.

30. Gershom OWEN-OWENS, son of Jonathan OWEN and Bethia TERRY, was born in 1724 in Scotchtown, Orange, NY, USA and died in 1773.

Gershom married Hannah KNAPP. Hannah was born in 1728 in Goshen, Orange, NY, USA and died on 19 Jul 1783 in Goshen, Orange, NY, USA.

31. Hannah KNAPP, daughter of William KNAPP and Margaret WEBB, was born in 1728 in Goshen, Orange, NY, USA and died on 19 Jul 1783 in Goshen, Orange, NY, USA.

Hannah married Gershom OWEN-OWENS. Gershom was born in 1724 in Scotchtown, Orange, NY, USA and died in 1773.


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