Note: The following is a list of Dates and Names, taken from Ephemera that I have offered on the Site, or from my own collection. This list is being compiled as a service, in hopes that it may offer information to those who are researching family Histories. I hope to add to the information weekly, and will be setting up a cross reference using Location, Date, and Names.
1. Margaretta Brown married Horace Palmer - September 26, 1877 - Coxsackie, New York. Parents of Margaretta were: Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Brown.
2. Margaretta Bailie Conklin married Bertrand E. Stimson - January 1, 1912 - 434 Ridgewood Avenue - Minneapolis, Minnesota. Parents of Margaretta were: Mr. and Mrs. James Franklin Conlin. Couple then lived at 2617 Third Ave. South.
3. Grace Forster married P. M. Gillies - February 19, 1886 - Probably somewhere in New York State.
4. Tassie Maye Hollister married Reverend Chester James Wilcomb - Tuesday, February 20, Either 1894 or 1900 - Reception at: 64 East 91st Street, New York City. Parents of Elizabeth were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Kniffen.
5. Hattie B. Kniffen married Lawson Taylor - November 25, 1891 - Marlborough, New York. (See Number 6)
6. Laura Adelaide Kniffen married George Richard Atkins - April 11, 1900 - Marlborough, New York. Parents of Laura were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Kniffen. (See Number 5)
7. Rachel Elizabeth Mackey married James Strang - April 14, 1897 - Marlborough, New York. Parents of Rachel were: Mr. & Mrs. Wesley W. Mackey. (See Number 15)
8. Grace Merritt married Parnac Mathews Ayvad - June 15, 1897 - Montclair, New Jersey. Parents of Grace were: Mr. and Mrs. David Frederick Merritt.
9. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Miller - November 11, 1852 - Unknown location. In 1902 lived in West Marlborough, New York and celebrated their 50th Anniversary at home on November 11, 1902.
10. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Miller - November 11, 1852 (estimated). - Unknown location. In 1904 lived in West Marlborough, New York and celebrated their 52nd Anniversary at home on November 11, 1904.
11. Clara Louise Palmer married Clarence Yelden - June 24, 1909 - Marlborough, New York. Parents of Clara were: Dr. and Mrs. Albert H. Palmer.
12. Edith May Rose married William Edgar Dyer - October 10, 1898 - Marlborough, New York. - Mother of Edith was: Mrs. Reuben H. Rose (See Number 13)
13. Jessie Adella Rose married William L. Wright - April 24, 1894 - Methodist Episcopal Church - Marlborough, New York. - Mother of Jessie was: Mrs. Clara D. Rose (See Number 12)
14. Louise Stuart married Geo. W. Crane - February 16, 1882 - Scotch Pesbyterian Church - 14th St. between 5th and 6th Ave.- Probably in New York, New York. - Father of Louise was: Mr. Charles A. Stuart
15. Delia A. Terwilliger married William L. Mackey - January 7, 1885 - Marlborough, New York. (See Number 7) )
16. Lizzie Themas married Charles E. Mosher - October 31, Either 1906, 1900 or 1894 - 276 West 84th Street (Probably New York State). - Mother of Lizzie was: Mrs. Thomas Themas
17. Mary E. Vandeleur married Patrick (P or R) Collins - January 14, 1894 - St. Mary's Church - Marlborough, New York. - Father of Mary was: James Vandeleur
18. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Willis - November 1, 1843 - Unknown location. In 1893 lived at 1835 Madison Avenue - New York, New York and celebrated their 50th Anniversary at home on November 1, 1893.
FATERNAL ORDERS, CLUBS, ORGANIZATIONS
1. James Combs - All of 1950 - Fort Ridge, Tennessee. Financial Secretary of the United Mine Workers - Local Union # 1578.
2. Sam Mullins - All of 1950 - Fort Ridge, Tennessee. Member of the United Mine Workers - Local Union # 1578.
3. Harry Shipp - 1911 - Labor Union - Bethlehem Aerie No. 284 - Bethlehem, PA.
INSURANCE, TAXES, DUES, ETC.
1. J.B. Birkel (Jos) - 1927 - Bethlehem, PA - Member in good standing with the Liberty Fire Co. Number 2, until July 1, 1927. Lived at 414 Adams St. and paid Occupation and city tax in 1926.
2. E. H D Brown - 1892 -1905 - Eustis, Florida - Lake County - Paid tax of 81 cents on "Block 38 in Eustis Meadows".
3. E. C. Olden - 1882 - West Milford, Passaic County, New Jersey - Had insurance with the Agricultural Insurance Company of Watertown, N.Y. for the following structure: One house and barn. Was insured for $400.00.
4. Charity A. Stalter - 1896 to 1899 - West Milford Township, Passaic County, New Jersey - Had insurance with the German American Insurance Company of New York for the following structure: One and a half story frame shingle roof dwelling situated about 300 feet on the north side oof the public road leading from Hewitt to West Milford. Was insured for $500.00.
DEEDS, WILLS, OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS, ETC.
1. Augusta H. Barnett and Simon Barnett - July 16, 1926 - Denver, Colorado - Divorce Decree.
2. Warren H. Flanders - 1887 - Plymouth, Vermont - Inventory of Real and Personal Estate. Owned 1 acre valued at $200.
3. Inez A. Kennedy - 1894 - Dixon, Illinois (Lee County) - Bill of Sale selling all printing equipment from the Office of the Dixon Sun. Also is selling all interests and titles of the newspaper, Dixon Sun. Sold to: Joseph T. Day of Lacon, Illinois.
4. Augusta H. Oak - 1918 - 1925 - Cemetery Deed - Denver, Colorado. The Fairmont Cemetery Association. Deed issued in 1918 and filed in 1925.
5. Aaron Stamets 1883 - Cemetery Deed - Greenwich, New Jersey. First Presbyterian Church. Plot cost $10.00 and measured 20 ft by 9 ft.
6. Thomas Gallahen November 15, 1858 - Legal Complaint - Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. Served by a warrant for throwing stones, and placed in the County Goal.
OCCUPATIONS, BUSINESSES, ETC.
1. Dallas W. Armstrong - 1901 to 1902 - Teacher at Utica Schools in Venango County, PA. He was teacher in Room No. 3.
2. William C. Augsburger - 1901 to 1911 - Co-owner of The Arras Cream Separator Co. in Bluffton, Ohio. Married to Belle Lewis - Four Children included Hazel, Donald, Howard, and Villiard.
3. Jason C. Ayres - 1894 - Notary Public for Lee County in Illinois.
4. Edward D. Croissant M.D. - 1941 Physician with private practice in Belmont, Massachusetts.
5. Mrs. John G. Ford - 1873. Store owner in Boston. Store was located at 51 Temple Place. Store specialized in French Cloth and Hoop Skirts. Was the original inventor of the Floating Bell Skirts.
6. Charles (Chas) E. Gibson - 1909. Owner of Western Lands in Boston, MA and in 1914 was listed as owner of Chas. E. Gibson Co.
7. A.C. Phipps - 1906. Store owner in Bristol, N.H. Store specialized in Gents Furnishings. Mr. Phipps had considerable money problems and owed many bills to many people.
8. H. A. Pond - 1891. Listed as a Grain Dealer and Shipper in East Berkshire, Vermont. Also has bills sent to same name and city in 1913.
9. Harrison W. Rugg - 1933. Engineer at the power plant for the Worcester County Sanatorium.
10. George L. Van Voorhis
- 1899. Sheriff of Ontario County in the State of New York.
11. Dr. Robert Goodwin Wiley 1807 - 1904. Physician with practice in Bethel Main. NOTE++ Sister was Mary Wiley Peary mother of the famous Admiral Robert E. Peary.
12. Edward P. Young - 1907. Store owner in Boston. Store was located at 134 Summer Street. Store specialized in Shoes. Name of business was Edward P. Young & Co.
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