Histories of the Martin, Wilson, Bloom, & Ahola Families



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151 Appears to have died at Albany. Dewey, William (I195)
152 Ardalissa [Artalusia] was named as a child of Simeon and Submit in a letter by Sherman H. Hill in the genealogy section of the St. Johnsville, New York Enterprise of Jan 9, 1947 [Found on fultonhistory.com by Cathy Kuhl]. This letter also stated that Ardalissa married Lymon Boydon. However, Ardalissa's page on findagrave.com named her husband as Harwood Boyden. This was confirmed by a deed in which Harwood Boyden and Ardalissa Boyden his wife sold land in Ellington, Chautauqua County. The findagrave page also identified one of her children as Lyman Boyden and this was confirmed by probate records for Harwood Boyden which named Lyman Boyden as his child. Phelps, Ardalissa (I2359)
153 Arnold reported "David, of David and Hopestill 21 Jun 1780".  Tanner, David (I424)
154 Arnold reported "Nathan of William and Elizabeth" 20 Feb 1709. Tanner, Nathan (I136)
155 Arnold reported "Nathan, of Nathan, and Elizabeth Thurston, of Thomas, Dec 29., 1757" Family F699
156 Assumed born after his parents' marriage. Place of birth is based on family's residence. Knapp, Daniel Jr. (I2146)
157 Assumed Catherine and Dow were married where her parents were living. Family F764
158 Assumed that Nancy died before 1885, as she was no longer listed in her son Samuel's household in the 1885 Iowa census. Knapp, Nancy (I562)
159 Assumed to be Stanton's son, because Stanton was living with George in 1850, and Stanton and George bought neighboring parcels of land in Starke County, Indiana in the 1850's.  Tanner, George W (I1978)
160 Assuming Alice was her mother. Hall, Susan (I2624)
161 At Home Wilson, Laura Charlotte (I351)
162 At Home Yost, Marilyn D. (I453)
163 At Home Wilson, Edward (I299)
164 At one time New London was a village or hamlet on the Erie Canal in the Town of Verona. Now it is not mention among villges and hamlets in Verona (Wikipedia). Tanner, Roxana (I441)
165 At the time his death Herbert L. Martin was an insurance salesman and was living at 4355 Minnehaha Avenue South in Minneapolis. Martin, Herbert Lee (I79)
166 At the time of the sale, Martin's land was in the Town of Constantia but is now located in the Town of Hastings as proved by deeds registered later. Hastings was formed from Constantia in 1825.

The property description is ambiguous: "certain lot or parcel of land situate lying and being in the Town of Constantia aforesaid being a part of Ezra L Hommedieu's second location being part of lot no seven and bounded as follows beginning at the centre of the highway on the Town line running South easterly far enough to include five acres of land by running a west course to the Town line and from thence north to the place of beginning." Also, a later deed for this property (identified as having belonged to Martin Keeler) says that the town line was between Hastings and Schroeppel. However, according to the 1867 Atlas map (see document below) Lot 7 is not near the current town line between Hastings and Schroeppel.

Thanks to Cathy Kuhl, who originally located the deeds. 
Keeler, Martin (I181)
167 Aurilla was named as a child of Simeon and Submit in a letter by Sherman H. Hill in the genealogy section of the St. Johnsville New York Enterprise of Jan 9, 1947 [Found on fultonhistory.com by Cathy Kuhl]. This letter also stated that Aurilla married Eber W. Whiting. However, Aurilla's page on findagrave.com named her husband as Daniel B. Whiting. This was confirmed by a deed for the sale of land in Chautauqua County, New York by David B. Whiting and Aurilla his wife. The findagrave page also identified one of her children as Eber K. Whiting.  Phelps, Aurilla (I2358)
168 Austin says they were married before April of 1651. Family F852
169 Available on Ancestry.com Source (S84)
170 b. England or Wales? Winn, Ann (I1837)
171 Baker, in his History of Montville, wrote without documentation that Thomas Bayley was born about 1616, the son of William and Mary Bayley who immigrated to Virginia from England. William, age 41, came in the ship Prosperous in 1620 and Mary, age 34, brought Thomas, age 4, in the George in 1621.

Virkus wrote that a Thomas Bailey settled in Milford, Connecticut in 1646 and referred the reader to Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England which mentioned Thomas Bayley as the husband of Lydia Redfield (or Redfin) in New London. Presumably, Virkus suspected the two Thomases were the same person. This idea is certainly plausible, but the entire story needs documentation.

Milford held its first town meeting in 1639. Thus, Thomas was not among the very first settlers, but he did become an "after-planter", which meant that he owned land.
Bayley (Baley, Bailey), Thomas 1st (I2012)
172 Baldwinsville NY Messenger, unknown date, about April 1943
Mrs. Catherine E. Cory, 88, widow of Charles H. Cory of Plainville, died Saturday (March 27, 1943). Born in the town of Clay, she was the daughter of John and Sally Fancher Gridley. She had been a resident of Plainville many years. Surviving are one son, Frank A. Cory, of Cato; one step-son, Fred W. Cory, of Syracuse; two grandsons, Corp. Charles H. Cory, in Africa and Donald E. Cory of Cato, and three granddaughters, Mrs. Clayton W. Pratt of Throopsville, Mrs. Ernest P. Ashby, Jr. of Syracuse and Miss Lula M. Cory of Cato. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Bush funeral home, Jordan, by Rev. D. C. Flatt, pastor of the Plainville Christian church. Burial was in Plainville.
Transcribed and provided by Cathy Kuhl.
[The name Catherine E. Cory was also used in the 1920 US Census. Note that her parents' names also are garbled.] 
Keeler, Elizabeth Catherine (I1478)
173 Baldwinsville, New York. Gazette & Farmers Journal, Thursday, March 8, 1928
In St. Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, NY on Friday evening, March 2, 1928, James W. Vincent, of Plainville, aged 79 years. He is survived by his wife, Anna Keeler Vincent, and one son Harry. Funeral services were held in the Plainville Christian Church on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Ralph G. English officiating. Interment was made in Riverside Cemetery.

From fultonhistory.com. Transcribed and provided by Cathy Kuhl 
Vincent, James W (I1514)
174 Baldwinsville, New York. The Gazette & Farmer's Journal, March 12, 1885
The Miles' Will Case
Finally one of the wills of Darius Miles has been admitted to probate. The wills presented for probate were dated respectively: April 3, 1878; Dec. 17, 1883; Dec. 26 1883; and January 23, 1884. The court held that the testator was a lunatic and incompetent to make a will at the time of the execution of the last will and admitted to probate the will of Dec. 26, 1883. These estate is sufficient to pay the legacies in full, and pay the claim of any widow the deceased may have left whenever such claim should be established. The following is a true copy of the will probated:
I Darius Miles, of the town of Lysander, in the county of Onondaga....
To Anna Vincent, formerly Anna Keeler, who has lived long in my family, the sum of $1000 in case she survives me; and in case she does not survive me, but dies leaving a child or children who survive me, then, and in that case I order and direct that said sum of $1000 be paid to such surviving child or children....

From fultonhistory.com Transcribed and provided by Cathy Kuhl 
Keeler, Anna (I1477)
175 Baptism date. Birth year from censuses and gravestone was 1772. Mills, Sarah (I558)
176 Baptism record not found, but Jacobus thought Thomas was born 1594-5, because his cousin Thomas (son of his uncle John and bapt. 4 Apr 1595) was probably the nephew Thomas whom Jeremy called "Thomas the younger" in his will.  Osborne, Thomas (I1702)
177 Baptismal sponsors Henrich Kniskern, Jr. and Sara Schafer. Ottman, Henricus (I651)
178 Baptismal sponsors: Johan Nicholas Becke and his wife. Ottman, Johan Nicholas (I637)
179 Baptismal sponsors: Christian Schafer and his wife.  Ottman, Christian (I653)
180 Baptismal sponsors: Christoffel Munck and his wife. Ottman, George (I629)
181 Baptismal sponsors: Cornelius Laux and his wife. Ottman, Cornelius (I627)
182 Baptismal sponsors: Henrich Heger and his wife. Ottman, Catherina (I647)
183 Baptismal sponsors: Henricus Schaffer and Lena Sommer. Ottman, Magdalena (I652)
184 Baptismal sponsors: Jacob Merckel and his wife. Ottman, Jacob (I633)
185 Baptismal sponsors: Mathes Braun and his wife. Ottman, Johannes (I168)
186 Baptismal sponsors: Peter Veeg, Maria Vroman Ottman, Peter (I641)
187 Baptismal sponsors: Sabastian Becker and his wife. Ottman, Maria (I649)
188 Baptismal sponsors: Wilhelm Braun and his wife.  Ottman, Wilhelm (William) (I643)
189 Barbour Collection also gives a Joseph b. 13 Dec. 1707. If a different child, he must have died as an infant.  Knapp, Joseph (I2107)
190 Barbour Collection had two entries for Joshua's birth dated 12 Dec 1705 and 12 Dec 17[0]6. The the 1706 date is probably correct, because the 1705 date is a few days less than 9 months after Benjamin's birth.  Knapp, Joshua (I2108)
191 Based on death information. Tisdale, Bethiah (I1918)
192 Based on estimated date of marriage. Hicks, Robert (I2776)
193 Beach, Urial J. -- Simmons, Laura A. A., Mar 4. 1847
W.B Disbro, Minister. 
Family F170
194 Became Town of Franklin in 1786. Hyde (Hide), Thomas (I2429)
195 Became Town of Franklin in 1786. Hyde (Hide), Jabez (I2430)
196 Before the date her husband signed his will. Fisher, Elizabeth (I2514)
197 Benjamin 3rd is possibly the father of the six Knapp siblings (Samuel, Susannah, Rachel, Solomon, and Benjamin S.) listed on this site as the children of unknown parents.  Knapp, Benjamin 3rd (I2097)
198 Benjamin died between 28 Nov 1791 when he signed his will and 7 Feb 1792 when it was accepted into probate and recorded. Brown, Benjamin Sr. (I2575)
199 Benjamin was a grain and feed dealer. Knapp, Benjamin S. (I2068)
200 Benjamin was named as the brother of David, Samuel, Solomon, Rachel and Susannah Knapp in his wife Catherine's will. (Transcript under documents below) Knapp, Benjamin S. (I2068)

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