Sophia Emeline COKE

____ - ____

Family 1 : Rulof Dutcher WILCOX
  1. +Martha WILCOX

    __
 __|
|  |__
|
|--Sophia Emeline COKE 
|
|   __
|__|
   |__

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[137276] [S843] Alice Gless

[137277] [S843] Alice Gless

[147091] [S843] Alice Gless


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Florence A HELSING

____ - 5 Nov 1970

Father: Charles A HELSING
Mother: Augusta JOHNSON

Family 1 : Donald Burkett HULBERT

                      __
 _Charles A HELSING _|
|                    |__
|
|--Florence A HELSING 
|
|                     __
|_Augusta JOHNSON ___|
                     |__

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[82466] [S203] Hulbert-Renner, Their Ancestor and Descendants

[146280] [S203] Hulbert-Renner, Their Ancestor and Descendants


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Phoebe L. HOAG

17 Aug 1833 - ____

Father: Pliney E. HOAG
Mother: Eliza Ann LEGGETT


                      _David HOAG ______+
 _Pliney E. HOAG ____|
|                    |_Elizabeth EARLE _
|
|--Phoebe L. HOAG 
|
|                     __________________
|_Eliza Ann LEGGETT _|
                     |__________________

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[38889] [S92] Rathbun.FTW2.FBC.FTW

[38890] [S93] Rathbun.FTW2.FTW

[38891] [S94] Rathbun.Warboys.FTW

[38892] [S92] Rathbun.FTW2.FBC.FTW

[38893] [S93] Rathbun.FTW2.FTW

[38894] [S94] Rathbun.Warboys.FTW


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Sidney Smith HURLBUT

[74325] [74326] [74327]

27 Oct 1805 - 8 Aug 1884

Father: Jonathan HURLBUT
Mother: Persis SMITH

Family 1 : Ann Elizabeth WARNER
  1.  Henry Warner HURLBUT
  2.  Charles Butler HURLBUT
  3.  Georgiana HURLBUT

                     _Samuel HURLBUT __+
 _Jonathan HURLBUT _|
|                   |_Jerusha HIGGINS _+
|
|--Sidney Smith HURLBUT 
|
|                    __________________
|_Persis SMITH _____|
                    |__________________

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[74325] He moved with his parents in the spring of 1814, to the village of Hoosick Falls, New York. In his studies he excelled in mathematics, was an expert with the Gunter's rule of scale, by which he would say he could solve any question in arithmetic; and such was his penmanship, he was called to a neighboring town at the age of 16 to teach a class in writing. In the latter part of 1823 or early 1824, he was engaged as a clerk of Messrs. Gale & Thompson, in Troy, NY, where he continued some six years. After a clerkship in New York City and a like term in New Orleans, he went with a small cargo, mostly dry goods to sell in Mexico; but after many months of untoward and vexatious experience in the enterprise, he was willing to turn his face northward and towards home, little if any better off than when he left. In 835 he took a position as bookkeeper in the Oswego Bank at Oswego, NY. He had a taste for military practice, and held several appointments, one bearing the signature of Col. George R Davis in 1832, another of Gov De Witt Clinton in 1827, and a third of Gov W L Marcy in 1836. He was the principle originator, in 1838, of the Oswego Guard, and was chosen as its first Commandant. He was elected Captain of the Oswego Fire Co. Number 2 in 1836.

[74326] In 1843 he removed with his family to Racine, Wisconsin, where he bought, with his brother, a warehouse and lot, and one-eigth of the undivided and un-plotted tract afterwards known as 'Sage's Addition' to Racine. He was a awhile in the business of the warehouse, but much longer engaged in milling in Racine, and also in Whitewater, Wis. In 1864 he spent the year assisting his brother on a cotton plantation in near Vicksburg, Miss. The cotton fields of that year, however, were doomed to destruction from the worms; not enough cotton even at the enormously high price of the market, was sufficient to pay expenses, and a loss of several thousand dollars was incurred.

[74327] In his youth he employed much of his leisure time in mechanical inventions. In his boyhood he was a curious worker in bone and ivory. Some of his later inventions in farming implements, were of much value to others if not himself. Indeed, he received no important remuneration for his skill, until about 1870, when his invention of an improved wagon lock, which he commenced to manufacture in Racine, resulted in success, and a tolerable fortune. He died in 1884 of what was usually called a disease of the stomach, after many months of painful progress of the ailment. (HG)

[74322] [S141] Hurlbut Genealogy

[74323] [S141] Hurlbut Genealogy

[74324] [S141] Hurlbut Genealogy

[145081] [S669] HURLBUT GENEALOGY

[145082] [S697] IGI File NGS Library


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Edward SHEPARD

____ - ____

Family 1 : Violet STANLEY
  1. +Abigail SHEPARD

    __
 __|
|  |__
|
|--Edward SHEPARD 
|
|   __
|__|
   |__

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[134293] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[152682] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani


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Jesse Seeley SHERMAN

7 Feb 1828 - ____

Father: Sterling SHERMAN
Mother: Jane NOBLE

Family 1 : Lucinda WOODWARD
  1. +Sterling Samuel (Sr.) SHERMAN
  2. +Daniel Eli SHERMAN
  3.  Cora Ella SHERMAN
  4. +William Albert SHERMAN
  5.  Emma Lucinda SHERMAN
  6.  Carrie Jessie SHERMAN

                     _Enoch SHERMAN _________+
 _Sterling SHERMAN _|
|                   |_Catherine Jane SEELEY _
|
|--Jesse Seeley SHERMAN 
|
|                    ________________________
|_Jane NOBLE _______|
                    |________________________

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[114566] [S1080] GEDCOM File C:\TMGW\SHERMAN.GE

[114567] [S1080] GEDCOM File C:\TMGW\SHERMAN.GE

[149836] [S1080] GEDCOM File C:\TMGW\SHERMAN.GE


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John William SURRATT

26 Sep 1931 - ____

Father: John SURRATT
Mother: Lavilla HURLBURT


                     ___________________________
 _John SURRATT _____|
|                   |___________________________
|
|--John William SURRATT 
|
|                    _Franklin Curtis HURLBURT _+
|_Lavilla HURLBURT _|
                    |_Christiana MUDD __________

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Glenn Stephen TOWNSEND

24 May 1951 - ____

Father: Glenn TOWNSEND
Mother: Lois Alliene MCNALL


                        _____________________
 _Glenn TOWNSEND ______|
|                      |_____________________
|
|--Glenn Stephen TOWNSEND 
|
|                       _Dewey MCNALL _______
|_Lois Alliene MCNALL _|
                       |_Ethel Rena HOSFORD _+

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Joanna WASTE

2 Dec 1778 - ____

Father: Bezaleel WASTE
Mother: Joanna CANNON


                   _Charles WASTE ______+
 _Bezaleel WASTE _|
|                 |_Deborah WILLIAMSON _+
|
|--Joanna WASTE 
|
|                  _Ebenezer CANNON ____+
|_Joanna CANNON __|
                  |_Mercy BLOSSOM ______+

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[95673] [S787] James I. Justeson - gedcom

[95674] [S787] James I. Justeson - gedcom


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