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This Version updated May 23, 2000

Compiled by George E. Sawyer

DESCENDANTS OF PHILIP F. CLARKSON

1. Philip F. Clarkson born 17-Mar-1782, Somerset Co., New Jersey, Occupation: Carpenter, married (1) 20-Nov-1813, in 1st Reformed Church,, Somerville, N.J., Sarah (Palwellson) Powelson, born 21-Jun-1791, Bedminster, Someset Co., NJ, (daughter of Abraham Powelson and Lammache (Lamatjee) Messler) died 12-Mar-1824, Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, married (2) 25-Dec-1824, in Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, Jane Sebring, born 1-May-1792, Somerset Co., New Jersey, (daughter of Cornelius Sebring and Femmette Sebring) died 25-Nov-1842, Seneca County, New York. Philip died 5-Aug-1830, Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, Buried: McNeil Cemetery, Ovid, Seneca Co., NY. At the time of the baptisms of his first three children it was noted that Philip was unbaptised. Apparently before the birth of their 4th child, Philip and his family moved from Somerset County, N.J. up to Seneca County, in the Finger Lakes Region of New York. After the death of Sarah at 32 years, 8 mos., 21 days Philip married Jane Sebring. Her family had also moved from Somerset County up to Seneca County. From the inventory made of his goods, chattle and credits after his death it appears that Philip was a carpenter. His most valuable possession being a set of joiners tools worth $30.00. No record could be found of him owning property in Seneca County and he died intestate at the age of 48 years, 3 mos., 5 days.

Children by Sarah (Palwellson) Powelson:

2. i Abraham P. Clarkson born 22-Jan-1815.

3. ii David Clarkson born 13-Mar-1817.

4. iii Isaach Voorhies Clarkson born 7-Apr-1819.

5. iv Peter Phineas Clarkson born 22-Sep-1821.

Children by Jane Sebring:

v Cornelius Clarkson born 1-Jan-1826, Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, died 27-Jul-1829, Ovid, Seneca Co., New York. Died at age 3 years, 6 mos, 27 days.

vi Sarah Clarkson born 1-Nov-1827, Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, died 22-Jan-1848, Seneca County, New York. Died age 20 yrs, 2 mos, 21 days. Sarah never married. Her will on file at the Surrogate's office, Waterloo, NY (Pkg. 3544), states the following. "Sebring Clarkson only brother of deceased who is a minor, left neither father or mother, brother or sister surviving except above. she was unmarried, and left no descendants." It is interesting to note that there was no mention of her four half brothers.

6. vii Folkerd Sebring Clarkson born 14-Jul-1830.

Second Generation

2. Abraham P. Clarkson (1.Philip1) born 22-Jan-1815, Somerset Co., New Jersey, Occupation: Blacksmith/Wagon Maker, married 4-May-1842, in Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, Matilda Tuttle, born 7-Mar-1820, Seneca County, New York, (daughter of unknown Tuttle and Roxy Combs) died 15-Sep-1870, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Buried: Potter Street Cemetery,Troupsburg, NY. Abraham died 8-Aug-1866, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Buried: Potter Street Cemetery,Troupsburg, NY. Abraham was born in Somerset County, New Jersy and was baptised in the First Reformed Church in Somerville by the Rev. Hardenburg. About 1821/22 the family moved to Seneca County, NY and probably lived in Ovid where several family members are buried. Abraham was bound out to learn the trade of Wagonmaker and Blacksmith. In 1854 Abraham and his family moved to Rathbone, NY and he worked at his trade and at farming. In 1862 the family moved to Troupsburg, Steuben County, New York where he died in 1866 at age 51 years, 6 mos, 18 days. His wife Matilda died at age 50 years, 6 mos, 8 days and they are both buried in the Potter Street Cemetery, an old family buring ground on the farm of Blanche (Mrs. Joseph) Cady in Troupsburg. The farm has been in the Potter and Cady families for generations. Their marriage record was located at the Steuben County Clerk's Office with their marriage location being Canisteo, New York. Matilda: Thaddeus Clarkson's marriage record, located at the Canisteo Town Hall, states that his mother's name is Matilda Tuttle and his father's name is A.B. Clarkson.

Children:

7. i David Clarkson born 15-Apr-1843.

ii Peter Powelson Clarkson born 6-Oct-1844, Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, died Childhood, Ovid, New York.

8. iii Thaddeus Monroe Clarkson born 10-Sep-1846.

9. iv Edgar Clarkson born 23-May-1849.

v Mary Elizabeth Clarkson born 23-Jun-1851, Yates County, New York, married Abt. 1872, Martin D. Whipple, born Abt. 1850, Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, Buried: Mt. Pleasant Cem., Westfield, PA. Mary died 14-May-1881, Buried: Potter Street Cemetery,Troupsburg, NY. No Children of this marriage. Mary died age 29 years, 10 months, 21days. Her name also appears a "M. Ellen." Martin: His name also appears as "Mort." No dates on Tombstone.

10. vi Roxy Anna "Anna" Clarkson born 24-Apr-1858.

11. vii John H. Clarkson born 11-Aug-1861.

12. viii Nelle "Millie" Clarkson born 20-Aug-1864.

3. David Clarkson (1.Philip1) born 13-Mar-1817, Pluckemin, Somerset Co., NJ, Baptized: 1-Jun-1817, Occupation: Clerk, married 3-Jan-1844, in Northville, Wayne Co., MI, Sarah A. Bradley, born 1822, (daughter of Harvey Stone Bradley and Maria Rose) died 22-Oct-1903, Independence, MO., Buried: Cady Street Cemetery, Northville, MI. David died 20-Aug-1880, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, Buried: Cady Street Cemetery, Northville, MI. David was baptized in the 1st Reformed Church of Somerville, N.J. He had one son, Levinus H. Clarkson as evidenced by a query in the Somerset County Historical Quarterly, Vol I, page 158. When David was 13 years old his father died. In the Spring of the following year, 1831, David left his five siblings and step-mother and journeyed to Michigan with Capt. William Dunlap and party. William and Sarah Dunlap having adopted David took him along to raise and as an additional laborer to help clear the wilderness. They traveled across New York State to Buffalo on the Erie Canal aboard the canal boat "Sharls" and across Lake Erie on the steam boat "New York" arriving at Detroit, a town then of about 2,000 inhabitants, May 18th 1831. William Dunlap settled on 160 acres where the town of Northville was yet to be built. In the decades to come, David labored at many jobs such as clearing land and building cabins and later houses, hauling goods by ox-team to and from Detroit, grinding grain at he local grist mill and farming. For the remainder of his life he resided in the community he helped to build and as a member of the State Pioneer Society would later write several historical sketches for the "Northville Record" telling of those early days in Northville and the Pioneers who settled there. On the 3rd of January 1844 David was married to Sarah Ann Bradley (the daughter of Northville Pioneers Harvey Stone Bradley and Maria Rose). David and Sarah had seven children, all born in Northbille. David died at Northville August 20th, 1880 and was buried at the Cady Street Cemetery. His wife sarah later moved to Independence, Kansas to live with her daughter Emma. Sarah died at Independence October 22, 1903 and was brought home to Northville and buried beside her husband.

Children:

13. i Charles "Eugene" Clarkson born 21-Dec-1844.

ii Florence R. Janet Clarkson born 24-Apr-1846, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, died 15-Dec-1874, Chesaning, Saginaw Co., Michigan. She married a Manning and she died of Consumption at age 28 years.

iii Emma (Erma) Maria Clarkson born 14-Sep-1848, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, died 0-Jan-1902, Independence, MO.

iv Francis Louisa Clarkson born 13-Oct-1850, Northville, Wayne Co., MI.

v Helen Josephine Clarkson born 21-Sep-1853, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, married (1) Thurston Shoemaker, born Abt. 1850, married (2) George L. Banks, born Abt. 1852.

vi Levinus Clarkson born 1856.

14. vii Lucius Herbert Clarkson born 1-May-1859.

viii Willard Rosecrans Clarkson born 12-Feb-1863, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, died 15-Aug-1872, Northville, Wayne Co., MI. died from Typhoid Fever.

4. Isaach Voorhies Clarkson (1.Philip1) born 7-Apr-1819, Pluckemin, Somerset Co., NJ, Baptized: 27-Jun-1819, married Jemima _____, born Abt. 1820.

Children:

i John Abbott Clarkson born 1846, died 1-Dec-1865, Civil War, Chattanooga, Tennesse. John died at the age of 19 of Dysentery. It was the close of the Civil War through which he had fought. He died in Chattanooga, Tennesee. John never married.

15. ii Frank Clarkson born Abt. 1847.

5. Peter Phineas Clarkson (1.Philip1) born 22-Sep-1821, Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, married 12-Mar-1851, in Seneca Falls, Seneca Co., NY, Mary C. Robinson, born 12-Sep-1826, Seneca Falls, Seneca Co., NY, (daughter of John Robinson and Keziah ______) died 17-Jan-1871, Seneca Falls, Seneca Co., NY. Peter died 5-Mar-1907, Depew, Erie Co., New York, Buried: Lancaster, Erie Co., NY. Peter was the 4th child of Philip and Sarah Powelson Clarkson. He was just 18 mths old when his mother died and not quite 8 years old when his father died. Two months after his 20th birthday his step-mother, Jane Sebring, died. He was probably born in Seneca Co. NY as there is no record of him being baptized at the 1st Reformed Church in Somerville, NJ as were his brothers. Peter and Mary were married in the town of Varick by the Reverend Father Willis. They lived in Seneca Falls, New York were Peter workd as a boatsman, probably on the Erie and Seneca Canals and as a farmer. Peter joined the New York Infantry Volunteers, 50th Regiment Company K as a private on November 6, 1861 at Seneca Falls, NY. Peter was mustered in at Elmira, NY on December 17, 1861. By the end of December his regiment was in Virginia fighting. In May 1862 Peter was listed on the Company Muster Roll as "left sick in Yorktown." In July and August 1862 he is listed as private 2nd class. In August his Regiment's name was changed to 50th Regiment, NY Engineers. During November and December he was sick in the regimental hospital at Aquia Creek, VA. On January 4, 1863 Peter was discharged for disability by order of General Burnside at Aquia Creek, VA. His Certificate says his condition was "Broken constitution - has been gradually failing for 3 months. Now has chronic Anasarca of the extremitus due,I think,to extreme dibility. (Anasarca is a medical term for Dropsy). On his Declaration for Original Invalid Penson his disabilities are listed as " Spring, 1862, was taken with Chronic Diarrhea, disease of the kidneys and deafness caused by explosions and having to work in the water." Peter reenlisted on December 28, 1863 at Junius, NY, probably to receive the bonus being offered by the government, as a private of Co. H, 148th Regiment, NY Volunteers. He was mustered out of Co. G, 199th Regiment, NY Volunteers on August 28, 1865. Peter's physical description was listed as being 5'9" tall, fair complexion, light hair, blue eyes. He was the flag carrier next to the drummer a part of the time he was in the service. A shorter man was always chosen to carry the flag so that he would not get shot down. It was also said that Peter was strong willed and stubborn. Peter returned to Seneca Falls to live after the war. However, his mailing address was listed as 12 South Street, New York City when he applied for a pension for the disability he suffered during the war on April 10, 1882. He was granted this pension and received his final check of $20.00 on February 4, 1907. Peter died at the age of 85 years, 8 months, 17 days on March 5, 1907. Mary: It is said that Mary was part Seneca Indian. She died at the age of 44 years, 4 months, 5 days.

Children:

16. i Edward Marcellus Clarkson born 27-Dec-1851.

ii Mary "Mamie" Adelphia Clarkson born 25-Apr-1853, married Abt 1870, John Maguire, born Abt. 1852. Mary died 28-Oct-1900. Mary and John had no children. Mary was always referred to as "Mamie". Marietta "Mary" Noles lived with them for about a year in 1871 before her marriage to Mamie's brother, Edward. John and Mamie owned two houses in New York City on 47th Street between 3rd and 4th Avenues (the 3rd and 4th houses from 3rd Ave. on the right side). They were bought with money from John Maguire's parents estate. Mamie died in one of these houses in August 1915, aged 64 years. After her death John sold the houses and moved to Long Island where he remarried. His will left everything to his second wife with the stipulation that upon her death everything would go to the Day Star Lodge of the Eastern Star.

iii Elvira Matilda Clarkson born 9-May-1855, died 14-May-1860. Never married.

iv Sarah Estella Clarkson born 3-May-1860, married Abt 1880, John Bopray, born Abt. 1860. Sarah died 19-Feb-1882. Sarah and John had no children. Sarah died age 21 years, 9 months shortly after her marriage.

17. v Laura Amelia Clarkson born 26-Mar-1864.

18. vi Ida Leora Clarkson born 7-Aug-1867.

6. Folkerd Sebring Clarkson (1.Philip1) born 14-Jul-1830, Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, Occupation: Merchant, married 14-Aug-1847, Abigail Walmsley, born 15-Apr-1825, Seneca County, New York, (daughter of Christopher Walmsley and Louisa _____) died 11-Jan-1860. Folkerd apparently used Sebring as his given name. He and Abigail lived in Steuben Co, NY for awhile then they moved to an unknown place. The Walmsley family was from Monouth Co, NJ and moved to Lodi, Seneca Co., NY before 1830.

Children:

i Christopher Clarkson born 1849, Seneca County, New York.

ii Sarah Clarkson born 1851, Seneca County, New York.

iii Edwin Clarkson born 1852, Seneca County, New York.

iv William Clarkson born ---Sep-1854, Woodhull, Steuben Co., New York.

Third Generation

7. David Clarkson (2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 15-Apr-1843, Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, Occupation: Farmer, married 20-Apr-1867, Irena Esther Cady, born 14-May-1844, Brookfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, (daughter of Alanson Cady and Sarah Bowman) died 18-Feb-1923, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Buried: 21-Feb-1923, Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. David died 25-Nov-1912, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. David Clarkson was born in the town of Ovid, Seneca County, New York, April 15, 1843 and is the oldest of seven children born to Abraham and Matilda Clarkson. David enlisted August 17, 1861 in Co. K, 86th New York Volunteers. His Enlistment Papers state that David was born in Ovid, New York and stood 5 ft. 11-1/2 inches in height. He was of light complexion, with blue eyes and brown hair. He listed his occupation at that time as farmer. He enrolled for three years and served as a member of the Late Capt. John Phinneys' Company K. He fought in the Battles of Second Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Beverly's Ford and Gettysburg. During this time he was taken sick, but remained until September when he was honorably discharged on the front in Petersburg, Va. by reason of "Expiration of Term of Service" on September 14, 1864. In that same year, 1864, he bought a farm in Squab Hollow and lived in a log house near the corner of Squab Hollow Road and Brookfield Road. In 1867 he married Irene Esther Cady, daughter of Alanson and Sarah (Bowman) Cady, of Brookfield, Pa., by whom he had six children. In 1869 he sold his farm on Squab Hollow and went West but shortly returned to the Jordon Settlement (Parallel) and bought a farm consisting of about 50 acres on July 18, 1883. (Book 180, Page 132) In April of 1885 he bought an additional 28 acres and paid $650. for it. (Book 180, Page 215) He made a specialty of hay and sheep. He lived in a log house, and built a new house on the new road. He was a church going man and attended the Methodist Church in Austinburg, Pa. He was Constable for three or four years and was a member of S.A. Baily Post No. 351, G.A.R. of Troupsburg. His obituary reads: DAVID CLARKSON DIES SUDDENLY--This town was surprised and saddened Monday morning when the call came to funeral director H.B. Jones to come and take charge of the body of David Clarkson. Mr. Clarkson had not been enjoying the best of health for some time but was around and came to town as usual, and was in Knoxville last Friday, consequently his family and many friends did not consider his condition serious. Monday morning, November 25, 1912, he was around as usual and about 9 o'clock he walked toward the stove for some purpose, falling to the floor and when picked up he gasped only a time or two and was dead. Mr. Clarkson resided on his farm just over the state line in Troupsburg, a short distance from Austinburg. He was one of the substantial and reliable men of his community, strictly honest and honorable and despised anything that was not strictly to the letter in his dealings. He was a good neighbor, husband and father. He was a member of Troups Creek Grange of Austinburg, a soldier of the Civil War and a pensioner, a member of S.A. Baley Post of Troupsburg, and one of the most regular attendants at all the meetings of the Post, he was a church going man and a supporter of the church. He was 69 years old. Besides his wife, he is survived by one son, Harry Clarkson, now in the West; three daughters, Sarah, wife of Fred Briggs, of Painted Post, New York; Lena, wife of Jesse Sawyer of Chenango County, New York and Ina, wife of John Fortner, who resides on the Clarkson farm in Troupsburg. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon of this week at 2 o'clock in the Methodist Church at Austinburg, Rev. M.R. Chapman, pastor of the church, will officiate, and the interment will be in the Woodlawn Cemetery at Austinburg. Irena: OBITUARY: Irena E. Clarkson, widow of David Clarkson, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J.J. Sawyer, in Troupsburg township, N.Y., Sunday night, February 18, 1923. She had been in poor health for a some time and had not been able to walk for over three years, but she bore her affliction with patience. A week before she died she had tonsilitis, but was better so she sat up some, but was taken worse Saturday night and died Sunday night. Irena E. Clarkson was born on the Lower North Fork May 14, 1844, and was the fourth of a family of six children of Elanson and Sarah Bowman Cady. All are dead except a half-brother, Will D. Mallory, of Sunderlinville. She was married to David Clarkson April 20, 1867. They went to housekeeping in Squab Hollow and lived there for a time, from there going west and in 1870 they bought the place where she died, moved there and built a one-room shanty, cleared up the land. Six children wer born to them, Halcey, who died in infancy; Harry W., who lives in Huntley, Ill.; Sarah B., wife of Fred Briggs, deceased ; Lonsa M., wife of Charles Weldon, deceased; Lena M., wife of Jesse Sawyer, who lives on the old homestead, and Ina D., wife of John Fortner, of Painted Post, NY. Mrs. Clarkson was not much of a hand to go, always preferring to remain at home, and was truly a home loving person. Funeral services were conducted at the house Wednesday afternoon of last week by Rev. Harold H. Charlesworth, pastor of the Austinburg M.E. Church, and interment was in the Woodlawn Cemetery, at Austinburg.

Children:

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

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

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

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

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

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

8. Thaddeus Monroe Clarkson (2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 10-Sep-1846, Ovid, Seneca Co., New York, Occupation: Farmer, Laborer, married (1) Abt. 1867, Mary Brown, born Abt. 1846, married (2) 27-Aug-1895, in Canisteo, Steuben Co., New York, Sarah J. (Flohr) Mullen, born 19-Apr-1859, Greenwood, Steuben Co., New York, (daughter of John Mullen and Catherine McCarragher) died 13-Nov-1937. Thaddeus died 6-Jul-1932, Canisteo, Steuben Co., New York. Thaddeus served in the same regiment as his brother, David during the Civil War; Company K, 86th Regiment, NY Volunteers. He fell sick after 90 days service and returned home and married Mary Brown. They adopted William Montgomery. After the death of Mary,Thaddeus married Sarah Flohr. Thaddeus and his brother Edgar ran a store in Canisteo, N.Y. but later dissolved the partnership and Thaddeus took up farming. According to his marriage record to Sarah Mullen in 1895, he is listed as a merchant. Sarah: This marriage record is located in the Canisteo Town Hall. The ceremony was performed by Rev. J. L. Box and the certificate of marriage was registered in September of 1895. It lists her residence as Canisteo, N.Y..

Children by Mary Brown:

i William Montgomery born Abt. 1869, married Abt. 1889, Florence Moore, born Abt. 1868. William Montgomery became a vaudeville actor and married Florence Moore.

Children by Sarah J. (Flohr) Mullen:

ii Charles Clarkson born 1897, died 1897. Died at birth.

iii Francis Winifred Clarkson born 18-May-1898, Canisteo, Steuben Co., New York, married 15-Jun-1922, in Greenwood, Steuben Co., New York, Emmon Ralph Hurlburt, born 1897, Hinsdale, Cattaraugus Co., NY, (son of Henry Hurlburt and Jennie Conrad) Occupation: Farmer. Francis died 9-Dec-1925, Rochester, Monroe Co., NY. Francis died in Rochester State Hospital after being there since December 1st. She had become ill Thanksgiving day of that year.

23. iv John Willard Clarkson born 8-Dec-1900.

9. Edgar Clarkson (2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 23-May-1849, Yates County, New York, Occupation: Grocery Merchant, married 1873, in Jasper, Steuben Co., New York, Eunice I. Armstrong, born Abt. 1853. Edgar died Abt. 1930, Washington State. Edgar Clarkson was agent for the Howe Sewing Machine Company. In 1873 he married Eunice Armstrong of Jasper, Steuben County, New York, who is one of the descendants of the Murphy family which is widely known in that part of the country. In the spring of 1874 he went into the grocery business in Jasper, New York and on July 21, 1893 he lost both building and stock. The loss was estimated at $3,000 over the coverage of the insurance. On February 21, 1894, he bought the Real Estate business of C.C. Aber in Canisteo and established a similar business in partnership with his brother, Thaddeus. The business was established under the name of "Clarkson Brothers." Edgar Clarkson was a member of the Troupsburg Lodge of Masons #649, but after the partnership was dissolved between Edgar and Thaddeus, Edgar moved to Niagara Falls, New York. He also went into the grocery business in Chippawa, Ontario, but again moved, this time to Washington State where he died.

Children:

i Ermie (Erma) Clarkson born 1881, married Abt. 1900, George O'Neill, born Abt. 1880. There are no children known to be from this marriage.

10. Roxy Anna "Anna" Clarkson (2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 24-Apr-1858, Rathbone, Steuben Co., NY, married ---May-1873, in Sylvester, Tioga Co., PA, Ray Leroy George, born 10-Jun-1858, Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, (son of John G. George and Laura L. Plank) died 3-May-1923, Buried: Plank Cemetery, Westfield Twp, PA. Roxy died 21-Apr-1939, Osceola, Tioga Co., PA, Buried: Plank Cemetery, Westfield Twp, PA. Her parents died and left her an orphan. She was 8 when her father died and 12 when her mother died. She lived with Harvey and Raney Plank until she married Ray Leroy George and began housekeeping in Sylvester, near Westfield, Pa. and later in Woodhull, NY and finally in Osceola, Pa. Her funeral was from her daughter, Clara Holts' home and the Westfield Baptist Church, Tioga Co, PA. Her tombstone reads "Anna R. George, Wife of Ray". The Clarkson Family Bible says Roxy Anna Clarkson was born April 24, 1858.

Children:

24. i Harvey A. George born 7-Apr-1875.

25. ii Mary M. George born 26-Apr-1881.

26. iii Clara Jane George born 13-Mar-1885.

iv Asaph L. George born 18-Jul-1892, died 28-Oct-1918, Woodhull, Steuben Co., New York, Buried: Plank Cemetery, Westfield Twp, PA. His name is found spelled several ways, including Acapt, and Asyph but his head stone reads Asaph L. George.

11. John H. Clarkson (2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 11-Aug-1861, Steuben County, New York, married 26-Dec-1883, in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Alice Bertha Doan, born 1865, died 1919. John died 17-Sep-1934, Washington State.

Children:

27. i Elmer Clakson born 1887.

ii Lillian Clarkson born Abt. 1888, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, died Died Young.

12. Nelle "Millie" Clarkson (2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 20-Aug-1864, Steuben County, New York, married 1881, Marshall Crull, born 1861, (son of David Crull and Livinia _____) died 14-Jan-1947. Nelle died 17-Mar-1953. Nelle C. Clarkson came to live with David Clarkson on March 31, 1871. This is information found in the Clarkson Family Bible. Marshall: grandson of Emmond Crull and Eva Mead.

Children:

28. i Mattie Crull born 7-Nov-1882.

29. ii Frank Crull born 23-May-1884.

30. iii Will Crull born 19-Feb-1886.

iv Bessie Crull born 1888.

31. v Edna Crull born 12-Feb-1900.

13. Charles "Eugene" Clarkson (3.David2, 1.Philip1) born 21-Dec-1844, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, Occupation: Farmer/Painter/Clerk, married 12-Jun-1827, in Northville, Wayne Co., MI, Eveline Manning Nash, born 25-Dec-1854, Troy, Oakland Co., MI., died 14-Jan-1946, Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., CA. Charles died 13-Dec-1919, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, Buried: 16-Dec-1919, Oakwood Cemetry, Northville, MI. "Eugne", as he was called, was a Sgt. of Co. G, 14th Michigan Infantry in the Civil War. He received pension for disease of the liver from Malaria contracted in Mississippi during the war. Eveline: Eveline moved to Pasadena about 1921 and resided at 312 Vista Ave. with her daughter Norine.

Children:

32. i Anna Louise Clarkson born 5-Nov-1873.

33. ii Flora Helena Clarkson born 11-Oct-1876.

iii Mabel Clare Clarkson born 11-Oct-1876, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, married 24-Jun-1914, in California, George McDonald, born 4-Sep-1883. Mabel died 14-Jul-1915, Bishop, Inyo Co., CA. She died at age 38 when her appendix rutured while she was at home alone. She lay in the garden all day unable to alert anyone.

34. iv Ella Norine Clarkson born 12-Jul-1881.

35. v David Eugene Clarkson born 4-Mar-1884.

14. Lucius Herbert Clarkson (3.David2, 1.Philip1) born 1-May-1859, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, Occupation: Ice Inspector in Chicago, married 15-Oct-1884, Cora Wood, born 1866, Indiana, (daughter of Daniel Wood) died Aft 1910. Lucius died Aft 1920.

Children:

36. i Clarence Wood Clarkson born 2-May-1886.

ii Lucius E. Clarkson born Abt. 1888.

15. Frank Clarkson (4.Isaach2, 1.Philip1) born Abt. 1847, married Minnie _____, born Abt. 1850. Frank served in the regular army of the Civil War.

Children:

i William Clarkson born Abt. 1875.

ii Grace Clarkson born Abt. 1876.

iii Minnie Clarkson born Abt. 1877.

16. Edward Marcellus Clarkson (5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born 27-Dec-1851, Seneca Falls, Seneca Co., NY, Occupation: Canal Barge Operator, married 1-Apr-1872, in New York City, New York, Marietta Noles, born 24-Apr-1852, Tyre, New York., (daughter of John Noles and Laura Ryan) Occupation: Candy Store Operator, died 11-Apr-1936. Edward died 25-May-1913, Coney Island Hospital, New York. Shortly after their marriage Edward and Mary went to live on the Erie Canal where Edward was in the barge business. Edward's younger sister, Laura Amelia, lived with them on the barge. At that time the Erie Canal was 70' wide at the surface, 52' wide at the bottom and 7' deep. It could carry vessels of 240 tons with a draft of 6'. Their first two children, Ida Keziah and George Wallace, were born on the Canal. About 1880, they moved to Brooklyn, N.Y. and Edward engaged in New York Harbor and Erie Canal Shipping. He was a partner in the firm of William E. Cleary, 17 South Street, N.Y.C.. Edward was elected a Member of the Assembly in 1895 (118th session) representing the 6th Assembly District of Kings County. Edward became a member of the Assembly mainly to protect his business interests such as obtaining money appropriations to keep the canal dredged and to further the interests of incorporating the Erie Canal into the larger New York State Barge Canal. Both Edward and Mary were active in the Masons and Eastern Star after they moved to Brooklyn. Edward was initiated into Nassau Lodge #536 on March 11,1880. He was passed March 25 and raised April 28,1880. On August 1, 1889 he left Nassau Lodge and became a charter member of Minerva Lodge #792. Mary E. Clarkson joined Evangeline Charter #51 in the Brooklyn District on July 8, 1884. She later became a charter member of Day Star Chapter #81 on June 21,1891, becoming a Life Member of that Chapter on April 7, 1908. She served as Worthy Matron of Day Star Chapter in 1897. For awhile the family was quite well-to-do, the older children going to private schools and having tutors, but through some unfortunate circumstances (perhaps alcoholism) Edward lost his partnership in the Cleary firm and by 1899, before the birth of their last child, Edward and Mary were no longer living together. The Eastern Star helped Mary establish a small candy store business to support the family. Mary died at the age of 83 years, 11 months, 18 days. Marietta: She is also known by the name of Mary Coleman, which leads one to believe that she went by the name of Mary and may have been married to someone by the name of Coleman. She has been both a housewife and a candy store operator.

Children:

37. i Ida Keziah Clarkson born 11-Feb-1874.

38. ii George Wallace Clarkson born 17-Dec-1875.

iii Edward P. Clarkson born 30-Mar-1885, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, died Abt. 1937, Veteran's Hospital, Bronx, New York. Edward was born after the family had moved to Brooklyn from the Erie Canal. He was a member of the 14th Regiment and served in the Army in the Mexican border war with Pancho Villa. During World War I he was an instructor in rifles and small arms. After the war he was a typewriter repairman for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. He remained a bachelor and lived with his mother in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn.

39. iv Wealthy Evangeline Clarkson born 19-Sep-1887.

40. v Lewis (Louis) M. Clarkson born 9-Feb-1891.

41. vi William McKinley Clarkson born 25-Jan-1897.

vii Herbert F. Clarkson born 10-Jul-1899, died 2-Mar-1935. Herbert was a bachelor. At the time of his death he was employed by the American Steel and Wire Co. He was buried in Lot # 37507, Sec. A/C.

17. Laura Amelia Clarkson (5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born 26-Mar-1864, Seneca Falls, Seneca Co., NY, married 21-Feb-1884, in Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, Kenner Girard Gifford, born 8-Jul-1863, Deansville, Onieda Co. New York., died 26-Jan-1933, Depew, Erie Co., New York. Laura died 23-Sep-1943, Depew, Erie Co., New York. Laura was born while her father Peter was fighting in the Civil War. When she was 7 years old her mother, Mary Robinson Clarkson, died and she went to live with her brother Edward and his family on the Erie Canal. At age 19 she married Kenner Girard Gifford.

Children:

42. i Emily Estella Gifford born 19-Feb-1885.

43. ii Pearl May Gifford born 8-Oct-1887.

44. iii Laura Margaret Gifford born 27-Jul-1896.

18. Ida Leora Clarkson (5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born 7-Aug-1867, Seneca Falls, Seneca Co., NY, married Abt. 1887, in Rensselaer, New York., William George Mintline, born Abt. 1865. Ida died 12-Apr-1930. When she was 4 years old her mother died and she was adopted by another family where she remained until she was 21 years old. She married William G. Mintline in Rensselaer, N.y. and is buried in Rensselaer.

Children:

45. i George Mintline born Abt. 1888.

46. ii Florence Mintline born Abt. 1890.

47. iii Marion Mintline born Abt. 1892.

iv Clarence Mintline born Abt. 1895, died Abt. 1896. Died in infancy.

Fourth Generation

19. Sarah "Sate" B. Clarkson (7.David3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 8-Jul-1873, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, married 16-Nov-1890, in Woodhull, Steuben Co., New York, Frederick D. Briggs, born 30-Apr-1873, Painted Post, Steuben Co., NY, (son of Perry Briggs and Mary Baker) Occupation: Lumber yard, died 14-Nov-1945, South Corning, New York., Buried: Hope Cemetery, Corning, NY. Sarah died 23-May-1917, Corning Town, Steuben Co., New York, Buried: Hope Cemetery, Corning, NY.

Children:

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

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

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

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

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

20. Louisa M. Clarkson (7.David3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 11-Feb-1876, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, married 12-May-1896, in Warren, Pa., Charles Weldon, born Abt. 1875, Olean, Cattaraugus Co., NY. Louisa died 9-Oct-1899, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Louise went to Warren, PA to work and there she met Charles Weldon of Olean. She died of Tuberculosis at the age of 24 years. The Clarkson Family Bible lists her name as Louisa Clarkson but her tombstone says "Louesa".

Children:

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

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

21. Lena Mae Clarkson (7.David3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 26-May-1880, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Occupation: Housewife, married 25-Nov-1909, in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Jesse Jennings Sawyer, born 7-Mar-1883, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, (son of Joseph Jennings Sawyer and Emma Maria Rowley) Occupation: Farmer, died 16-May-1960, Windsor, Broome County, New York, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Lena died 29-Apr-1948, St. James Hospital, Hornell, NY, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Lena was born on the farm in Troupsburg and lived there most of her life. She married Jesse Sawyer and lived in Greene, Chenango County, NY for three years. After the death of her father, David, she bought the old homestead and returned to Troupsburg. Jesse: The OBITUARY of - Jesse J. Sawyer, Austinburg Native, Buried Today - Jesse J. Sawyer, 77 of Windsor, N.Y. a former Austinburg resident, died at his home, Monday, May 16, 1960. Ill since Christmas, Mr. Sawyer suffered a heart attack early Monday afternoon, from which he failed to recover. Funeral services will be held from the Austinburg Methodist Church, at 2 P.M., today with Rev. Carl Vanderburg, Painted Post, officiating. Burial will be made in the Woodlawn Cemetery, Austinburg. The Griggs Funeral Home is in charge of the service. Surviving are: wife, Maude; 3 sons, Kenneth of Woodhull, R. D.; Jennings of Troupsburg and Clifford of Woodhull, R.D.: a step-daughter, Madeline Norton of Binghamton; 22 grandchildren, 2 step-grandchldren; 11 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Cassie Phelps of Chenango Forks and Mrs. Cora Hulbert of Triangle, New York. Mr. Sawyer was the son of Joseph and Emma Rowley Sawyer, born in Troupsburg Township, March 7, 1883. After local schooling, he married Lena Clarkson of Woodhull, November 25, 1909. The couple farmed the Clarkson place on the Austinburg-Woodhull Road for nearly 40 years, until Mrs. Sawyer died in 1948. He moved to Windsor in 1949 and remarried. His second wife, Maude Phelps, survives. He was a member of the Austinburg Grange.

Children:

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

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

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

22. Ina D. Clarkson (7.David3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 17-Sep-1882, Clarkson Homestead, Parallel, Occupation: Housewife, married 8-Jan-1905, in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, John D. Fortner, born 24-Sep-1885, Occupation: Farmer, died 27-Sep-1944, Bath, Steuben Co., NY, Buried: Nondaga Cemetery, Bath, Steuben Co., NY. Ina died 12-Dec-1936, Corning Hospital, Steuben Co., NY, Buried: Woodlawn Cem., Austinburg, Tioga Co., PA. Ina was born on the old Clarkson homestead in Parallel, Troupsburg Township, Steuben County, New York. She attended school at the Jordan District #14 in Parallel. After marriage she and her husband worked the place until after the death of her father. They then moved to several different places, finally to Riverside, NY. She died of cancer in the Corning Hospital.

Children:

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

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

23. John Willard Clarkson (8.Thaddeus3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 8-Dec-1900, Hartsville, Steuben Co., NY, Occupation: Railroad Engineer, married 8-Dec-1921, in Canisteo, Steuben Co., New York, Gladys Mae Norton, born 12-Oct-1898, Canisteo, Steuben Co., New York, (daughter of William Norton and Grace Harris) died 17-Feb-1965, 19 3rd St., Canisteo, New York. John died 26-Apr-1958, 19 3rd St., Canisteo, New York. John and Gladys lived at 19 3rd Street, Canisteo, Steuben county, New York.

Children:

i Winifred Jeanne Clarkson born 5-Oct-1926, Canisteo, Steuben Co., New York, married 21-Jun-1949, in Canisteo, New York @ 2:00 P.M., Edward W. Crabb, born 20-Jan-1926, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, (son of William Crabb and Elizabeth A. Morrison) Occupation: Electrician. Address as of December, 1985 is Jeanne Crabb, 15 Harbour Lane, Massapequa, NY 11758.

ii Carolee Sandra Clarkson born 15-Aug-1938, 19 3rd St., Canisteo, New York, married (1) 9-Jun-1956, in Hornell, Steuben Co., N.Y. @ 2 P.M., Vernon Eugene Stuart, born 1936, Hornell, Steuben Co., NY, (son of Lynn P. Stuart and Beata Kingsley) married (2) Aft. 1968, Richard L. Taylor, born 22-Feb-1929, Moscow, Idaho.

24. Harvey A. George (10.Roxy3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 7-Apr-1875, Sylvester, Tioga Co., PA, married 5-Oct-1896, in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, Ida Pierce, born Abt. 1876. Harvey died 3-Feb-1948, Millerton, Pennsylvania. On Octobert 5, from 2 to 9 PM in 1946, Mr. & Mrs. George entertained at an "Open House" at their home in honor of their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married October 5 1896 at Troupsburg NY by the Rev. R.H. Rowley. They renewed their vows with a ceremony held by Rev. Palm in the presence of the family. The house was decorated with yellow flowers presented by the neighbors. They also received many gifts. In 1948, Harvey George passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lester Draper of Millerton, Pa. Funeral services were held at the Clymer Baptist Church, Saturday at 2 PM with the Rev. Cecil Palm officiating.

Children:

i Child George born Abt. 1897, died 22-Feb-1898, Buried: Plank Cemetery, Westfield Twp, PA.

ii Roy A. George born 13-Mar-1901, Westfield, Tioga Co., PA, married 7-Oct-1923, Georgia E. Martin, born 17-Mar-1905, Harrison Township, Pa., (daughter of George Martin and Ella Church) Occupation: Secretary/Treasurer, died 26-Aug-1985, Soldiers & Sailors Hosp., Wellsboro, PA. Roy died 19-Aug-1945, Sabinsville, Clymer Twp., Tioga Co., PA. Georgia: Georgia made her residence at 116 Riverside Manor in Westfield, Pa., in the last years of her life. She was a retired Secretary/Treasurer for the Westfield Borough and was a very active member of the Westfield Wesleyan Methodist Church. Funeral services were held at the Kenyon Funeral Home in Westfield, Pa., with the Rev. Donald Dennis officiating.

iii Ray J. George born 24-Oct-1903, Brookfield Twp., Tioga Co., Penn., Occupation: Foreman-Eberle Tannery, married 17-Dec-1924, Katherine "Cassie" Martin, born 8-Feb-1903, died 22-Jun-1982. Ray died 12-Jun-1975.

iv Florence M. George born 6-Apr-1908, Millerton, Pennsylvania, married 24-Dec-1922, Lester Draper, born 17-Mar-1903, died 27-May-1980.

v Nina May George born 1-Aug-1915, Borden, Steuben Co., New York, married 23-Mar-1932, Clifford (Ford) Patterson, born 10-Dec-1910. Clifford: Clifford and his wife, Nina made their residence in Sabinsville, Pa.

25. Mary M. George (10.Roxy3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 26-Apr-1881, married 18-May-1897, in Greenwood, Steuben Co., New York, Floyd H. Hubbard, born Abt. 1880. Mary died 4-May-1906, New York State, Buried: Plank Cemetery, Westfield Twp, PA.

Children:

i Mildred Hubbard born 21-May-1898, White Corners, married 13-May-1920, in Dubois, Pa., Earl Burnside, born 25-Feb-1899, died 19-Dec-1984. Mildred died 21-May-1983.

ii Anna Hubbard born 14-Jul-1900, married 13-May-1920, Arthur Gridley, born 4-Feb-1897. Anna died 11-Jul-1966. Anna divorced Arthur Gridley in 1944.

26. Clara Jane George (10.Roxy3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 13-Mar-1885, married 5-Apr-1905, in Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, James G. Holt, born 15-Mar-1882, died 3-Nov-1966. Clara died 19-Sep-1947. Lived in Westfield, PA.

Children:

i Infant Holt born 14-Jan-1906, died 14-Jan-1906, Buried: Plank Cemetery, Westfield Twp, PA.

ii Geraldine Holt born 4-Jun-1908, married 12-Sep-1930, Lee Patterson, born 24-Nov-1900, died 21-Aug-1979. No children.

iii Alberta Holt born 5-Nov-1910, married (1) 25-Jun-1938, Clauson Hargrove, born 27-Sep-1909, died 16-Aug-1948, married (2) Abt. 1947, in Elmira, Chemung Co., NY, Donald Mertz, born 19-Nov-1909, died 1-Aug-1978. Divorced Clauson Hargrove in 1947. After she married Don Mertz they lived in Elmira, Chemung County, New York.

iv Mildred Josephine Holt born 15-Jul-1915, married 15-Sep-1940, in Woodhull, Steuben Co., New York, Frederick W. Hartley, born 27-Jan-1918.

27. Elmer Clakson (11.John3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 1887, Troupsburg, Steuben Co., New York, married Abt. 1905, Catherine "Kate" Ennis, born 1883. Elmer died 1921.

Children:

i Lillian "Lily" Marie Clarkson born 14-May-1912, married Jerry Conveny, born Abt. 1912, Occupation: Police Officer. There are no children in this marriage. Jerry was on the Police Force in Elmira, New York.

ii Leuletta Bertha Clarkson born 3-Sep-1914, married 22-Jun-1936, George Winch, born 25-Jul-1907, Occupation: Grocer.

iii Milan Elwood Clarkson born 21-Jun-1917, married Lenora Cooper, born Abt. 1917, Georgia. In 1948, Milan and his wife were both in Oska, Japan while he was stationed there in the U.S. Army.

28. Mattie Crull (12.Nelle3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 7-Nov-1882, married Robert Graham, born Abt. 1880.

Children:

i Dorothy Graham born 5-Apr-1905, married George Longblack, born Abt. 1905.

ii Delbert Graham born 25-Dec-1906, married Abt. 1935, Dolly _____, born Abt. 1907.

iii Marian Graham born 10-Jun-1907, married Robert Overback, born Abt. 1908.

29. Frank Crull (12.Nelle3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 23-May-1884, married Abt. 1905, Grace Spence, born Abt. 1885.

Children:

i Marshall Crull born 18-Apr-1906. Unmarried. Makes his residence in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

ii Homer Crull born 29-Jan-1914, died 1944. Unmarried.

30. Will Crull (12.Nelle3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 19-Feb-1886, married Abt 1907, Olga Tingwalt, born Abt 1887.

Children:

i Doris Crull born 16-Feb-1908, married Harry D. Weldon, born 1-Feb-1897, (son of Charles Weldon and Louisa M. Clarkson). There are no children listed for this marriage, but it is believed that one child was adopted by them.

31. Edna Crull (12.Nelle3, 2.Abraham2, 1.Philip1) born 12-Feb-1900, married Abt. 1920, Gunnard Lundmark, born Abt. 1900, died 4-Jan-1950. Edna died Jun 1948.

Children:

i Warren Lundmark born 28-Oct-1921, married Jun 1946, Dorothy Myers, born Abt. 1921.

ii Dorothy Lundmark born 14-May-1922, married Oct 1943, Harry Snow, born Abt. 1922.

iii Harold Lundmark born 28-Dec-1924, married Jul 1946, Dorthy Warner, born Abt. 1924.

iv Keith Lundmark born 19-Dec-1927.

32. Anna Louise Clarkson (13.Charles3, 3.David2, 1.Philip1) born 5-Nov-1873, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, Occupation: School teacher, married 4-Sep-1895, in Wayne Co., Michigan., Bennett Luther Dean, born 28-Mar-1868, Wayne, Wayne Co., Michigan., died 16-Jan-1928, Detroit, Wayne Co., Michigan. Anna died 8-Dec-1954, Orange, Orange Co., California. Anna may have taught school in Odgen, Utah before she was married. She moved to Southern California in 1928 shortly after the death of her husband. She was living in Alhambra, CA in 1946.

Children:

i Howard Clarkson Dean born 1902, died 1983.

ii Bennett Jay Dean born 1905, died 1993.

iii Laurence Clare Dean born 1906, died 1977.

iv Helen Louise Dean born 1909.

v "Baby" Dean born 1912, died 1912.

vi Jane Evelyn Dean born 1913.

33. Flora Helena Clarkson (13.Charles3, 3.David2, 1.Philip1) born 11-Oct-1876, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, married 30-Nov-1905, Ernest Fothergill Crosher, born 19-Nov-1873. Flora died 0-Dec-1854, California.

Children:

i Kenneth Ross Crosher born 1906.

ii Carolyn Isabel Crosher born 1908.

iii Harold Fothergill Crosher born 1911.

iv Helena Mabel Crosher born 1911.

34. Ella Norine Clarkson (13.Charles3, 3.David2, 1.Philip1) born 12-Jul-1881, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, married 12-Feb-1901, in Michigan, Edward Adams Merritt, born 8-Jan-1866. Ella died 0-May-1978, S. Pasadena, Los Angeles Co, CA.

Children:

i Clarkson Adams Merritt born 1904, died 1989.

35. David Eugene Clarkson (13.Charles3, 3.David2, 1.Philip1) born 4-Mar-1884, Northville, Wayne Co., MI, Occupation: Railroad, married 4-Apr-1910, Hortense Mckenzie, born 28-May-1880. David died Aft. 1945, California.

Children:

i Jean Eveline Clarkson born 1911.

ii Coral Norine Clarkson born 1914.

36. Clarence Wood Clarkson (14.Lucius3, 3.David2, 1.Philip1) born 2-May-1886, Illinois, married 5-Aug-1911, in Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois, Ruby E. Weston, born 22-Jun-1890, Illinois, died 0-Nov-1980, Cranbury, New Jersey.

Children:

i Clarence Wood Clarkson, Jr. born 1912, died 1994.

37. Ida Keziah Clarkson (16.Edward3, 5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born 11-Feb-1874, On Erie Canal, New York, married (1) 21-Feb-1893, Wallace M. Edwards, born 12-Aug-1872, died 9-Aug-1920, married (2) 19-Sep-1915, George Strand, born 17-Nov-1873, died 9-Dec-1948. Ida died 26-Jun-1965. Ida Keziah was born while her family was living on a barge on the Erie Canal. She had 2 children with Wallace Edward. She divorced him and married George Strand.

Children by Wallace M. Edwards:

i Arthur Jefferson Edwards born Abt. 1894.

ii Wallace Lou Edwards born 13-Aug-Abt 95.

38. George Wallace Clarkson (16.Edward3, 5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born 17-Dec-1875, On Erie Canal, New York, married 19-Apr-1899, Catherine Elizabeth McDonnell, born 19-Nov-1876, (daughter of Martin Van Buren McDonnell and Susan Knell) died 15-Nov-1930, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York. George died 4-Jul-1934, Kings County Hospital, New York. George Wallace Clarkson was born while the family lived on the Erie Canal on a barge. When he was about 4 the family moved to Brooklyn, NY. As a boy he attended private schools and had tutors. At the time of his marriage in 1899, he was employed as office manager and accountant with Cleary Brothers firm. One barge owned by that firm was named the "G.W. CLARKSON." George met Catherine Elizabeth McDonnell through her father Martin who was a tugboat Captain at the same time that George was involved in the barge business with Cleary. When his father, Edward, was separated from the Cleary firm, George also lost his job. He went to work for the Pennsylvania Railroad Barge Canal Division. When the railroad closed down the barge division, he went to work for Armand Schmall Co. on Park Row, NYC as their traffic manager. They were importers of Russian calf skins and were put out of business by World War I. George then went to work for the North American Diamond Dye Co, New Rochelle, NY which was German owned so they were closed down by the US government. George worked as a street car conductor and in construction until finally going to work for the Brooklyn Edison Co. where he was working when he died. The family lived in various locations in Brooklyn, NY: 11th St. between 3rd and 4th Ave., 4th Ave. and 12th St., 12th St. between 5th and 6th Ave., 150 Nelson St. and 5th St and 6th Ave. George died at age 58 years, 6 months, 18 days of Tuberculosis in the Kings County Hospital. He was buried from his daughter Dorothy's home. He was buried in the same grave as his wife. Catherine: Catherine died in her home at 404 5th St. and was buried in lot 14946 Bethel Slope.

Children:

i George W. Clarkson born 30-May-1900, died 30-Nov-1900.

ii Norbert Martin Clarkson born 15-Mar-1902, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, married (1) Abt. 1923, Grace Ranger, born Abt. 1902, married (2) Abt. 1945, Gertrude Miller, born Abt. 1905. Norbert died Nov 1975, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois. Norbert & Grace Ranger were sweethearts during grammer school. He attended high school for only one year. He had always liked horses and in his teens he joined the National Guard in Brooklyn, 101st. Cavalry. Grace went on to college and they drifted apart. Norbert married his first wife, but Grace had not married. Norbert's first marriage lasted only a short time and when he was divorced he married Grace around the year 1923. They had no children and though their love spanned many years, it did not last and they divorced in the 1940's. He married (3rd) Gertrude Miller and they moved to Chicago, where he died. His principal hobby and interest was photography. The first marriage for Norbert is not listed as the name of the spouse and date and place of marriage is unknown.

iii Mabel Gertrude Clarkson born 16-Aug-1904, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York, married 10-Dec-1922, John Rubin Byrne, born 20-Feb-1899, Glenmore Road, Queens, New York., died 9-Nov-1953. Mabel died 1979. Mable was born while the family lived on Butler Street in Brooklyn, NY.

iv Dorothy Clarkson born 26-Nov-1906, married 26-Sep-1930, Paul F. Wood, born Abt. 1905.

v George William Clarkson born 28-Mar-1910, 150 Nelson St., Brooklyn, New York., married 2-Jun-1934, in St. Anne's Church, Brentwood, L.I., Anne Margaret Kelly, born 28-Feb-1912, (daughter of Christopher Kelly and Julia Loretta Collins). George was born at the family home at 150 Nelson Street. In 1914 the family moved to 213-11th St. and the following year to 481-4th Ave., Brooklyn, NY. He attended Public School 124 at 4th Ave. & 13th St. and after 6th grade transferred to P.S. 40 at 15th St. & 4th Ave. In 1923 he graduated from P.S. 40 and went to Brooklyn Boys Vocational High School, Johnson Ave. & Flatbush Ave. Extention. In 1925 the family moved to 309-12th St. and in June of that year George graduated from High School. During 1925 George worked as an electrician for a Mr. Schneider in Brooklyn, as a fitter's helper and passerboy at Robbins Dry Dock, Todd Shipyards, in Brooklyn and as an electrician for Owen J. Moran, New York City. In 1926 George went to work for the Reading Hardware Corp., 108 Lafayette St., NY. In 1028 the family moved to 404-5th St. and on Novembver 15, 1930 his mother died at this address of pneumonia. On June 2, 1934 George was married to Anna (Anne) Margaret Kelly at St. Anne's Church, Brentwood, Long Island. Anne's mother had a summer home in Deer Park, Long Island. One month later George's father died at Kings County Hopsital. George and Anne lived first on Nichols Road in Deer Park, the summer home of Julia Kelly. At the end of the summer they moved into the city to an apartmnent in Julia Kelly's house at 351-55th St., Brooklyn. In 1935 George worked for Wilbur Rogers, 31st St., New York and from there went to work for J.M. Kohlmeier Hardware Co., Long Island City. In November 1936 George went to work with Whitman and Barnes, Inc. at the corner of Church St. and Chambers St. New York City. In 1937 George and Anne moved to 114th St. and Linden Blvd., South Ozone Park, Long Island; in 1938 they moved to 58th St. and Fort Hamilton Parkway, Brooklyn; in 1940 to 1247 E. 7th St., Plainsville, New Jersey; Novmeber 1944 to 1120 Loraine Ave., Plainfield, NJ (the 1st house they bought); in June 1950 to 1221 Lakeview Terrace which they sold in 1966 and moved to 802 Belvidere Ave., Plainfield. In 1970 Anne & George bought an historic building in Millstone, NJ which had been in colonial days a wheelwright shop. There they established an antiques business. This was sold in 1978 when Anne and George moved to Leisure Village in Lakewood, New Jersy. George worked for Whitman and Barnes until September 1952 when he started his own business, Hudson Company. In January 1953 Donald D. Foreman, a collegue from Whitman and Barnes, joined him in business and they formed Clarkson and Foreman, Inc. merging the Hudson Company into the new Corporation. The Company is a manufacturers representatives dealing primarily in gages, precision equipment and cutting tools. On November 15, 1968 George purchased Donald Foreman's minority stock in Clarkson and Foreman, Inc...

vi Edna Clarkson born 4-Feb-1917, married 19-Nov-1940, Gordon Robert Beardsley, born Abt. 1917. Edna died 1989.

39. Wealthy Evangeline Clarkson (16.Edward3, 5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born 19-Sep-1887, married 31-Jul-1906, Jerome J. Sullivan, born 18-Jul-1887, died 24-May-1963. Wealthy died 20-Sep-1982.

Children:

i Francis Sullivan born 6-Sep-1908, married Joseph Lee, born Abt. 1907.

ii Agnes Sullivan born 1-Dec-1909, married John George, born Abt. 1908.

iii Lillian Sullivan born 14-Aug-1910, married Abt 1930, George Taylor, born Abt. 1910.

iv Mary Sullivan born 18-Nov-1913, married Abt. 1945, Huey Boyce, born Abt. 1913. Mary died 18-Jun-1978.

v Jerome Sullivan born 22-Mar-1917, married Betty _____, born Abt. 1917.

vi John Sullivan born 27-Dec-1920, died 19-Dec-1972.

40. Lewis (Louis) M. Clarkson (16.Edward3, 5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born 9-Feb-1891, New York City, New York, Occupation: Newspaperman, married Abt. 1929, in Silver City, New Mexico., Elizabeth Pierce, born 1910, McAllister, Oklahoma. Lewis died 9-Jan-1970, Arlington, Virginia. Lewis' first wife was a woman who had a business school where secretarial skills were taught. Lewis ran away with one of the young woman students. He was accused of violating the Mann Act, but his brother, George Wallace, helped him avoid prison. He had two sons with his first wife. (Noel & Albert, no information on either). His first wife died - no date available. It is probable Lewis abandoned his sons and his brother, George arranged for them to be placed in an orphanage. He went to Lima, Peru as the representative of The New York Foundation. He married the daughter of the President of Peru. When the government of Peru was overthrown he escaped over the Andes with a price on his head. His wife died on the escape route. Elisabeth is presumed to be his third wife. Lewis and Elisabeth were married in 1929 in Silver City, New Mexico. Elisabeth, a descendant of President Franklin Pierce, was born in McAllister, Oklahoma. Lewis has been a newspaperman with the Denver Post, the Roanoke Times, was the SEC, was a school teacher, and a business consultant. He and Elisabeth lived in Arlington, Virginia for the last years of his life. He died of emphysema.

Children:

i Noel Clarkson born Abt. 1910.

ii Albert Clarkson born Abt. 1911.

Children by Elizabeth Pierce:

iii Louisa Clarkson born Abt. 1930, married Abt. 1950, George Lymburn, born Abt. 1930.

41. William McKinley Clarkson (16.Edward3, 5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born 25-Jan-1897, Occupation: Military Officer, married Abt. 1922, Helen McGee, born Abt. 1897. William died 1959. William was always interested in the military. He joined the army during WWI. Shortly before World War II he had been on a secret mission to Chunking, China. On his way home he was taken prisoner by the Japanese in Hong Kong. He was traveling in the guise of a civilian. If the Japanese had known he was an Army Officer they would have executed him. Later, he was exchanged along with Ambassador Grew. He served, for the balance of the war, at the Pentagon in the Adjutant General's Office, Troops Branch, in charge of all military schools. His last post was in the Phillipines. After he retired he worked for C.A.R.E., in the Phillipines and for several philanthropies in Washington, D.C. His highest rank was Lietenant Colonel. He died of lung cancer.

Children:

i William McKinley Clarkson born 1923, died 24-Jan-1947, Germany. William was married the day after his graduation from West Point Military Academy. World War II had recently ended. He was killed when his plane crashed in Germany. He had no children.

42. Emily Estella Gifford (17.Laura3, 5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born 19-Feb-1885, Seneca Falls, Seneca Co., NY, married 3-Oct-1906, in Depew, Erie Co., New York, Frank George Acker, born Abt. 1885. Emily died 7-Jan-1922, Gould Ave., Depew, New York. After a long illness Emily died at 2:30 A.M. on Gould Ave., Depew, NY.

Children:

i George Kenneth Acker, Sr. born 26-Sep-1907, Occupation: Military Officer, married 17-Dec-1930, in Prebyterian Church, Lancaster, N.Y., Emily Schmidt, born Abt. 1907. George died 20-Sep-1967, Vista, California. At the death of his mother he lived with his father and step-mother, Laura Foote Acker. At the age of 18 George joined the US Marines at Brooklyn, NY. After traveling around the world and spending some time quelling the revolt in Nicaragua he returned home and married Emily Schmidt who was from Lancaster, They were married by Rev. L.W. Scott. George remained in the service and retired a Lt. Colonel.

43. Pearl May Gifford (17.Laura3, 5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born 8-Oct-1887, married 17-Sep-1917, in Baptist Church, Lancaster, NY, Lee Brown Matteson, born 5-Apr-1890, Colden, New York, (son of John Matteson) died 15-Feb-1958, Buffalo, Erie Co., NY. Pearl died 4-May-1967, Batavia, Genesee Co., NY.

Children:

i Doris Laura Matteson born 4-Mar-1920, Depew, Erie Co., New York, married 26-Aug-1948, Rev. Erford W. Daniels, born 17-Dec-1916, Bath Hospital, Bath, New York, (son of Earl Daniels and Lela Williams) Occupation: Preacher, died 8-Feb-1998, Wildwood, Florida, Buried: 13-Feb-1998, Lancaster, Erie Co., NY. Doris lived in Attica, Scio, and Mt. Morris, NY. They moved around as her husband was a preacher. Presently, they spend their winters in Winter Haven, Florida, (1994) and their summers in Mt. Morris. About 1995 they sold their home in Mt. Morris and now (1997) live in Florida. Rev.: Erford's parents had a farm in Kanona, New York (new Bath, New York) then moved to Bath when he was 8 years old. Later on they moved to Wayland, NY where his Dad had a store, then to Fillmore NY and finally Springville, near Buffalo. FUNERAL NOTICE: Rev. Daniels, born December 17, 1916, in Bath, NY son of Earl and Lela (Williams) Daniels, Graduate of Fillmore, N.Y. High School, Houghton College, Houghton, N.Y., and Boston University School of Theology, Boston, Massachusetts. Served Western New York Conference of the United Methodist Church on the Conference Treasurer's staff; the Board of Pensions; and as counselor and director at various United Methodist Youth Camps for 20 years. Was "Pastor Emeritus" of the Wyoming, New York United Methodist Church. Served pastorates in West Dennis, Massachusetts, Westfield and Cowanwsque, Pennsylvania, and these in western New York; Hartland, Depew, Springwater adnd Canadice, Honeoye Falls and Ionia, Attica and Darien, Cattaraugus and Wesley, Scio and Friendship, Wyoming and Covington. He leaves his wife of 49 1/2 years, Doris (Matteson) Daniels, a son, David Charles Daniels, and two grand-daughters, Michelle Daniels and Lynette Daniels. Visitation 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday February 10th at Banks-Page-Theus Funeral Home, Wildwood, Fla. Memorial service will be on Wednesday, February 11th at 11 a.m. at Wildwood United Methodist Church, Wildwood, Florida. In lieu of flowers, please make gifts either to Wildwood United Methodist Church Building Fund or Rev. Daniels's last pastorate, the United Methodist Church, Wyoming, New York 14591.

44. Laura Margaret Gifford (17.Laura3, 5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born 27-Jul-1896, Depew, Erie Co., New York, married 22-Jun-1921, in 22 Gould Ave., Depew, New York, William Dugan, born Abt. 1895. Laura died 17-Dec-1974, Miami, Dade Co., Florida. Laura & William were married by the Rev. Vaughn of Lancaster, NY. William was a sailor during the war and later a violinest in an orchestra.

Children:

i Gloria Estelle Dugan born 19-Nov-1922, Lancaster, Erie Co., NY, married 12-Apr-1947, Carl Dachton, born Abt. 1922.

ii William (Buddy) Gifford Dugan born 17-Jul-1924, Lancaster, Erie Co., NY, Occupation: US Navy Commander, married Abt 1944, in Niagara Falls, Niagara Co., NY, Betty Loraine Alcorn, born 19-Nov-1924. William died 19-Apr-1995, California. Bill has lived in New York, New Jersey, Japan, Calif., Florida and Kansas. He died of Lung Cancer in California on April 19, 1995. Since he was a retired Commander in the U.S. Navy he was cremated and a Memorial Service was held on the dock beside the Carrier "Kitty Hawk" on which he last served. When the "Kitty Hawk" went to sea, his ashes went with it and were scattered upon the sea. He was on five different carriers during his service with the U.S. Navy but the last upon which he served was the "Kitty Hawk" just off Vietnam just before he retired.

iii Laura Frances Dugan born 6-Mar-1930, Buffalo Mercy Hospital, Buffalo, NY, married (1) 9-Dec-1948, in Healeah, Florida, George Gurman, born Abt. 1930, married (2) Abt 1955, _____ Evans, born Abt. 1930, married (3) Aft 1956, Ronald Simpson, born Abt. 1930. Laura died 1982, Escondido, California. Laura was affectionately known by the nickname of "Giggles."

iv Donald Alan Dugan born 28-Nov-1936, Niagara Falls Memorial Hospital, NY, Occupation: Nuclear Scientist, married 13-Jun-1959, Isabelle Anastasi, born Abt. 1936. Donald is a nuclear scientist for the McDonell-Douglas Company.

45. George Mintline (18.Ida3, 5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born Abt. 1888, married (1) Abt. 1908, Lena _____, born Abt. 1888, married (2) Abt. 1920, Daisy Sellick, born Abt. 1889.

Children by Lena _____:

i Infant Mintline born Abt. 1910, died Abt. 1910.

Children by Daisy Sellick:

ii Sellick Mintline born 1923, married Abt. 1945, Helen _____, born Abt. 1923.

46. Florence Mintline (18.Ida3, 5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born Abt. 1890, married Ellsworth Alexander, born Abt. 1890.

Children:

i Florence Alexander born Abt. 1915.

ii Rita Alexander born Abt. 1916.

47. Marion Mintline (18.Ida3, 5.Peter2, 1.Philip1) born Abt. 1892, married James O'Hara, born Abt. 1891. Marion died Jan 1938, Hudson River by drowning. Marion O'Hara was missing from home in January 1938. Her body was found in the Hudson River in March of 1938.

Children:

i Catherine O'Hara born Abt. 1915.