Elihu Albert MacDaniels1

M, b. February 1859, d. 29 December 1945
     Elihu Albert MacDaniels was born in February 1859 at Batavia, Kane, Illinois.2,3 He married Jeanette A. Scranton, daughter of Francis C. Scranton and Sarah J. Gilladett, after 1910. Elihu Albert MacDaniels died on 29 December 1945 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, at age 86.4
     Elihu Albert MacDaniels was also known as Elihu McDaniels.

Citations

  1. [S50] Citizen Advertiser.
  2. [S78] 1920 Census.
  3. [S24] 1900 Census.
  4. [S12] Unknown author, Gravestone Inscription, Soule Cemetery.

Jeanette A. Scranton

F, b. January 1867, d. 23 November 1940
     Jeanette A. Scranton was born in January 1867 at New York.1 She was the daughter of Francis C. Scranton and Sarah J. Gilladett. Jeanette A. Scranton married Nicholas E. Braunig, son of Jacob P. Braunig and Anna M. Bogler Logler, on 30 December 1886. Jeanette A. Scranton married William Ness on 1 September 1906 at Seneca Falls, Seneca, New York.2 Jeanette A. Scranton married Elihu Albert MacDaniels after 1910. Jeanette A. Scranton died on 23 November 1940 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, at age 73.3
     She appeared on the census of 11 July 1900 at 54 Orchard St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Nicholas Braunig, May 1867, m 13 yrs, NY, Germany, Germany, shoe cutter
Nettie A., wife, Jan 1867, m 13 yrs., NY, NY, CT
Leroy, son, Dec 1887
William, son, Dec 1889
Gertrude, dau., Aug 1891
Bernard, son, Aug 1896
Scranton, Sarah, Mo-in-law
Harriett, sis-in-law
Sadie, Niece
Nettie, Niece.1 She appeared on the census of 7 January 1920 at 83 Franklin St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Mcdaniels, Elihu A
Age: 60 Year: 1920


Elihu, 60, painter, wagon worker
Nettie A., 57, wife, b NY F: NY M: CT.4

Children of Jeanette A. Scranton and Nicholas E. Braunig

Citations

  1. [S24] 1900 Census.
  2. [S146] Auburn Daily Bulletin.
  3. [S50] Citizen Advertiser.
  4. [S78] 1920 Census.

Asseneth Wright

F, b. 20 April 1770, d. 8 August 1837
     Asseneth Wright was born on 20 April 1770 at Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut. She was the daughter of Abel Wright and Jerusha Griswold. Asseneth Wright married Stephen Scranton, son of Stukely Scranton and Dorcas Hull, on 4 March 1791 at Ludlow, Hampshire, Massachusetts.1 Asseneth Wright was buried at Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio.2 She died on 8 August 1837 at Possibly Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio, at age 67.3

Children of Asseneth Wright and Stephen Scranton

Citations

  1. [S25] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S170] Find A Grave, online Findagrave.com, Inscription transcribed from Stone in Woodland Cemetery:
    Unknown Wright Scranton
    Birth: unknown
    Death: unknown
    wife of Stephen Scranton
    Burial:Woodland Cemetery Cleveland Cuyahoga County Ohio, USA
    Record added: Apr 14 2005
    By: Joyce.
  3. [S170] Find A Grave, online Findagrave.com, Inscription transcribed from Stone in Woodland Cemetery:
    Unknown Wright Scranton
    Birth: unknown
    Death: unknown
    wife of Stephen Scranton
    Burial:Woodland Cemetery Cleveland Cuyahoga County Ohio, USA
    Record added: Apr 14 2005
    By: Joyce.

Stephen Scranton

M, b. 14 October 1770, d. 17 December 1842
     Stephen Scranton was born on 14 October 1770 at New London, New London, Connecticut. He was the son of Stukely Scranton and Dorcas Hull. Stephen Scranton married Asseneth Wright, daughter of Abel Wright and Jerusha Griswold, on 4 March 1791 at Ludlow, Hampshire, Massachusetts.1 Stephen Scranton died on 17 December 1842 at Brighton, Lorain, Ohio, at age 72. He was buried circa 18 December 1842 at Brighton Cemetery, Brighton, Lorain, Ohio. He was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio.2
     He Pioneer Families of Cleveland

1819

SCRANTON
Scranton Avenue is one of the few city streets named after pioneers that has escaped the vandalism of the council that changed nomenclature into numbers.

Stephen Scranton of Ludlow, Mass., married Asenath Wright, daughter of Abel and Joshua Wright of New London, Conn. The couple had a family of eight children, the older of whom were born in Ludlow and Belcherstown, and the youngest, twin-daughters, Cornelia and Harriet, were born in 1817 near Cooperstown, N. Y.

Stephen Scranton was a skillful worker in steel and iron. He was a man of unusual ability with an inventive turn of mind. He built works in Otsego Co., N. Y., for the manufacture of cut nails, the first one of its kind in the state. He possessed rare energy, and had he lived in this later day, would have been known as a "captain of industry" from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

But misfortune overtook him. His works were swept out of existence by fire again and again. The last time they burned down, he gave up the struggle, and with his family removed west, settling in Brighton, Lorain County.

Eunice Scranton, the oldest child of the family, married Rev. Steven V. Taylor, LL. D., President of Madison University, N. Y.

Abel Scranton died of consumption in Cleveland in 1828 at the age of 20.

Joel Scranton, the second child of Stephen and Ascenath Scranton, was born in Belcherstown in 1793. His father's continued misfortunes early made it imperative for Joel to strike out for himself. He had typical Yankee shrewdness to a degree, attributes more suited to mercantile pursuits than the one with which his boyhood had been familiar.

He was 26 years old when he came to Cleveland in 1819, on a little schooner laden with leather. He rented a small store at the foot of Superior Street, and in it stored his cargo. He soon disposed of it, for it was a commodity much in demand. Of this he had assured himself on a former visit, and reconnoiter. To the sale of leather he added that of dry-goods and groceries, and within a few years was doing a business that was steady in yearly growth.

He bought a farm of many acres lying between the river and the amphitheater of hills east and south of it, and since known as "Scranton Flats." Here he built a commodious brick dwelling, in which he lived and died. Years ago, some one with a facile pen pictured, most alluringly:

"The old home and orchard at the foot of the hill, the boat swinging by a chain to a ring in its nose at the shore, the horses and kine pasturing upon the green meadows of the Cuyahoga, the woods that crowned the heights, the humble dwellings struggling up the bluffs as if trying to scale them."

"The flocks of cheep grazing in the pasture have been succeeded by the white fleeces of the busy steam, and the rasp of scythes by the roar of a thousand wheels."

Mr. Scranton sometimes complained whimsically that his big farm and other extensive holdings kept him "land poor." Taxes and improvements yearly growing heavier and currency scarcer.

A Mr. Averill living in the east was his partner in real-estate holdings. "Scranton & Averill," as the firm was known, ceased at Mr. Scranton's death. Mr. Averill came on to Cleveland occasionally, but took no active part in the business. A son and three daughters inherited the latter's interest in the firm, and until very recently, if not yet, the heirs have drawn yearly upon the Cleveland estate.

In the office of T. H. and Edward Bushnell, Society for Savings Building, hangs a letter written by Joel Scranton to Mr. Averill in those early days of land investment.

Mr. Scranton was very unconventional, independent, and democratic. He had a keen sense of humor, and any one who could inveigle him into reminiscence was certain of a rare treat.

In June, 1829, by Rev. Stephen Peet, he was married to Miss Irene P. Hickox. She was the daughter of David and Phebe Post Hickox, who settled in Clinton, N. Y., a college town, in order to give their children
educational advantages. The family consisted of a son, Jesse Hickox, and several daughters.

David Hickox removed to Kinsman, Trumbull County, Ohio, and introduced into that locality the culture of silkworms which was attracting much attention in the east. He brought with him to Ohio cuttings of mulberry which he grafted upon native stock.

David Hickox served three years in the War of the American Revolution. He enlisted March, 1777, and was discharged June, 1780.

Irene Hickox finished her education at Mrs. Pierce's famous seminary in Litchfield, Conn., after which with Mrs. Lewis and an older sister, she started a school for young ladies at Warren, Ohio. A third sister looked after the household needs of the establishment while the others taught.

This venture was not a financial success however, and the sisters divided forces. Irene came to Cleveland and opened a select school in a dwelling on Superior Street below the present site of the American House. But Joel Scranton had other plans for Miss Irene, which he finally persuaded her to accept, and she dismissed her classes to become the mistress of his heart and home. There have been from time to time many beautiful tributes paid to Mrs. Scranton by those who knew her as a gentle, lovely girl, and as a cultured Christian woman whose society and friendship were sought and treasured alike by rich and poor.

She had a family of five children, four of whom she laid away one by one in Woodland Cemetery, and where she rests beside them.

The children of Joel and Irene Hickox Scranton:

Helen Maria Scranton, b. 1830; died
at seven years of age.
Mary J. Scranton, b. 1832; m. in
1858, William Bradford.
George Hickox Scranton, b. 1834;
died 11 months old.
Emily Louise Scranton, b. 1836;
died 1857, 21 years.
Charles Hickox Scranton, b. 1839;
died of quick consumption, aged
10 years.
Jenney (???), an adopted daughter,
died of consumption.


Mrs. Mary Scranton, widow of the late William Bradford, has been long the sole survivor of her father's family. She lost her only child in infancy, but her home has never been a childless one. In it has dwelt perpetual youth through the presence there of one after another to whom she has been a mother. Her sympathy for the widow and the fatherless, and the homeless, has been acute and tender, and under many circumstances Mrs. Bradford has stood between the unfortunate and bitter, physical suffering. No one will ever learn of it through her.

She has been an active worker in the Old Trinity for many years. She founded the home on Prospect Street, giving to it personal service as well as financial support.

Mrs. Mary Bradford is one of the board of managers of the Women's department of the Cleveland Centennial Commission of 1896, under whose auspices this historical and genealogical work is being prepared and published. For several years she has maintained at her home on Euclid Ave. the annual meeting of the board.

Mrs. Bradford's cousin and adopted daughter, Ella Bradford, married Rt. Rev. William Montgomery Brown, Bishop of Arkansas.3 He appeared on the census of 4 August 1800 at Burlington, Otsego, New York; Edmeston was included as part of Burlington until 1808, so this census entry may be for the same location as subsequent ones listed for Edmeston.
Stephen Scranton:
Males
<10-2 Joel & Lyman
10-16-0
16-26-0
26-45-1 Stephen
>45-0
Females
<10-1 Eunice
10-16-0
16-26-1 Asseneth
26-45-0
>45-0
Others-0.4 He appeared on the census of 6 August 1810 at Edmeston, Otsego, New York; S. Scranton:
Males:
<10 2 Stephen and Abel
10-16 1 Lyman
16-26-1 Joel
26-45-1 Stephen
>45 0
Females
<10 0
10-16-0
16-26-1 Eunice
26-45-1 Asseneth
>45 0
>45-
All others-0.5 He appeared on the census of 7 August 1820 at Edmeston, Otsego, New York; Stephen Scranton:
1 male >45 yrs. Stephen
2 females <10 Harriett and Cornelia
1 female >45 yrs Asseneth.6 He appeared on the census of 1 June 1830 at Edmeston, Otsego, New York; Stephen Scranton:
1 male 60-70 yrs Stephen
1 female 10-15 yrs. Unknown
1 female 60-70 yrs. Asseneth.7 He appeared on the census of 1 June 1840 at Brooklyn, Cuyahoga, Ohio; Joel Scranton:
Males
1 <5
1 40-50
1 80-90
Females:
1 <5
1 5-10
1 15-20
1 40-50

The male 80-90 is no doubt Stephen, now residing with his son Joel. Asseneth died in 1837, so she would not be expected to show up in the household.8

Children of Stephen Scranton and Asseneth Wright

Citations

  1. [S25] International Genealogical Index (IGI).
  2. [S33] Unknown subject unknown repository, There is a reference to a Stephen Scranton's body being moved from the Brighton Cemetery to a cemetery on the east side of Cleveland in 1866. The Brighton Cemetery is now called the Brookmere Cemeter. The names of most of the the streets in that area have changed, too: Columbus St. is now Pearl Rd., Broad St. is now Broadview Rd. and Mechanic St. is now merely an extension of Braoadview Rd.
  3. [S93] Unknown author, Pioneer Families of Cleveland.
  4. [S91] 1800 Census.
  5. [S90] 1810 Census.
  6. [S89] 1820 Census.
  7. [S88] 1830 Census.
  8. [S94] 1840 Census.

Elexey Ann Bond

F, b. 6 October 1821, d. 7 December 1904
     Elexey Ann Bond was born on 6 October 1821 at Decatur, Otsego, New York.1,2 She was the daughter of Isaac Bond and Margaret () Bond. Elexey Ann Bond married William Harrison Scranton, son of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks, on 27 January 1841 at Utica, Oneida, New York.2 Elexey Ann Bond died on 7 December 1904 at 33 Court St., Utica, Oneida, New York, at age 83.3
     She appeared on the census of 7 June 1900 at 33 Court St, Utica, Oneida, New York; Scranton, Elexina, Oct 1821, wid., mo 3, 1 living, NY NY NY Owns house
Lives alone.4

Children of Elexey Ann Bond and William Harrison Scranton

Citations

  1. [S9] Rev. Erastus Scranton, A genealogical register of the descendants of John Scranton of Guilford, Conn., who died in the year 1671.
  2. [S183] Utica Herald-Dispatch.
  3. [S183] Utica Herald-Dispatch, Dec. 7, 1904 p 2.
  4. [S24] 1900 Census.

Milo M. Cass

M, b. circa 1821, d. between 25 June 1900 and 1910
     Milo M. Cass was born circa 1821 at Vermont.1 He was the son of Rev. Moses G. Cass. Milo M. Cass married Rhoda Maria Scranton, daughter of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks, on 27 January 1841. Milo M. Cass died between 25 June 1900 and 1910 at Iowa.
     He was fact 2 Invented and patented 26 shooter. "Went insane over guns and had to be institutionalized."2 He appeared on the census of 24 June 1870 at Flagg, Ogle, Illinois; Cass, Milo, 45, No business, NY
Julia, 35, Keeping house, NY
Moses, 14, NY
Amelia, 11, rest of children b. IL
Helen, 8
May, 6
Louis, 1.3 He appeared on the census of 5 June 1880 at Seventy-Six, Muscatine, Iowa; Cass, Milo, 52, Wid, Insane, Iowa (Apparently lives in an institution.)4 He appeared on the census of 25 June 1900 at Muscatine County Insane Farm, Bloomington, Muscatine, Iowa; Milo Cass, Insane inmate, 80, 1818, b. NY. Parents' birthplaces unkown.5

Children of Milo M. Cass and Rhoda Maria Scranton

Citations

  1. [S69] 1850 Census.
  2. [S9] Rev. Erastus Scranton, A genealogical register of the descendants of John Scranton of Guilford, Conn., who died in the year 1671.
  3. [S3] 1870 Census.
  4. [S84] 1880 Census.
  5. [S24] 1900 Census.

Cornelius B. Gould

M, b. 3 September 1826, d. 26 May 1897
     Cornelius B. Gould was born before 3 September 1826 at Turin, Lewis, New York.1 He was christened on 3 September 1826 at First Presbyterian Church, Cherry Valley, Otsego, New York.2 He was the son of Cornelius Gould. Cornelius B. Gould married Mary Adaline Scranton, daughter of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks, on 2 June 1852. Cornelius B. Gould died on 26 May 1897 at Emporium, Cameron, New York, at age 70.3,4
     C. B. GOULD, Emporium, editor of the Cameron County Press, a newspaper in the best sense of the word, was born in Cherry Valley, N. Y., July 24, 1826, the youngest in the family of nine children of Cornelius and Mary (Tenant) Gould, who were natives of Otsego county, N. Y., and of English and German origin, respectively. The subject of our sketch, after attending the common schools in his native county, went to the city of Utica, and there learned the trade of printer. Here he worked as a compositor until 1848, when he moved to DeRuyter, N. Y., and there began the publication of the Central New Yorker. Subsequently he went to Homer, same State, and engaged as publisher of the Homer Whig. Binghamton, N. Y., was next the scene of his labors, and while there he acted as reporter for and business manager of The Republican until the year 1866, when he left for Emporium, Penn., and here established the Cameron County Press, as shown in the general chapter on the press. In politics Mr. Gould is an ardent Republican, taking an active interest in the management of the party in his county, and has a wide acquaintance throughout the State with public men of all parties. In national politics he always had the good-will and, confidence of Grant, Conklin, Logan, Simon Cameron and other public men, having held the position of special agent of the post-office department under President Grant. When he ties to a man, politically, he stays by him; he is a hard fighter in political campaigns, and has assisted in elevating many men to prominent positions, both State and national. In social life Mr. Gould is very pleasant and jovial, and has always labored for the best advancement of society, and the upbuilding of Emporium and Cameron county; and too much credit cannot be given him for the advancement of the county seat of Cameron. Always on the lookout for some plan to promote the interests of Emporium, he strongly advocated and assisted most effectually in securing the location of the extensive furnace works at Emporium, also the Mankey Furniture Company, and battled for years for the excellent water system now in operation. He is a zealous guardian of justice, as evidenced by his efforts to bring the murderer of Drum to the bar. To him is largely due the arrest of the alleged criminal, for, from the day of finding the body of the murdered man to the close of the trial, he left nothing undone toward fixing the guilt where it belonged--his training in the postal service fitting him well for such a duty to the community. In his declining years Mr. Gould has the good-will of all, and, as a measure of this good-will, was commissioned postmaster of Emporium in 1889. He was married at Utica, N. Y., to Miss Mary A., daughter of Lyman Scranton, a native of Otsego county, then Empire State. Mr. and Mrs. Gould have four children: Ella, wife of H. H. Mullin (clerk of the county commissioners); A. D. Gould, an editor, residing at Eldred, Penn; Jennie and Mary. The family are all members of the English Protestant Episcopal Church and of the Sunday-school, of which Mr. Gould was for many years superintendent.5 He lived in February 1866 at Emporium, Cameron, Pennsylvania; The PRESS- the story of the the establishment of this excellent Journal was told by the owner, C.B. Gould, in 1888: " in 1866, an association of gentleman, residents of the county, purchased the printing material of the defunct CITIZEN, with a view of establishing a Republican paper and sent to us, then in Binghamton, NY, to come in and published it. We arrived here at the last day of February, 1866, and a more desolate looking place, or one more uninviting to embark in the enterprise of establishing a newspaper, could rarely be found. The only view that met our eye, on stepping from the cars was the towering mountains, woods, and stumps, but the few scattering houses including the Biddie House, then kept by J. L. Cook. Our first impulse was to take the return train, then due, for New York State, and not show ourself to the committee that we felt had imposed upon us, but just then Frank McCollum, who had preceded us here, and was engaged to work in the printing office, put in his appearance and informed us that James G. Clark (an old acquaintance from Utica) was to give a concert in the court house that evening, and desired to see us. After supper at the Biddie House, we were piloted to the courthouse meandering between stumps (sidewalks were a luxury unknown), and through mud we imagine to be about 3 ft. deep, and at last arrived at the temple of Justice, a thoroughly disgusted individual. To our surprise we found a large audience of intelligent, fashionably dressed men and women, and a better class of people we never met. But where did they come from? Was a query we could not answer. There were but a few dilapidated dwellings to be seen, but woods and stumps, and stumps and woods everywhere. Did these people live in hollow trees or behind stumps? Where else could they live? We did not then know that the woods were full of the best kind of people, engaged in lumbering, living in their own the lumber camps, a wealthy, prosperous class, and many of them educated and refined. After the concert, were taken through the audience in introduced to the people, during much as a new minister would be exhibited to his flock. We then made the acquaintance of many who had been our most valued friends these years. Some of them still reside here, a few have made the residence and other places, in many of ceased from labors and gone to their eternal rest. The next morning after our arrival in Emporium, we went to the printing office, then in the old Gibson House, at the lower end of the borough, and found the sorry looking concern. It was a hand press, some newspaper type, and very little material for job work. The forms of the citizen had been left without washing, and having been in that condition for nearly a year, printers can readily understand the labor required to clean the type and get ready for use. The office was in terrible condition, and almost a complete mass of " pi ". However, we want to work, and in about 10 days but the office in good shape, and issued the first number of the press. The paper was of a 6 column folio just half the present size, set in long primer, but a creditable looking sheet, in the Enterprise proved a financial success from the start. Was then the only paper published on the line of the P & E Railroad, between Lock Haven and Warren, and our business increased so rapidly that we were compelled, in a few weeks, to put it in the establishment a Gordon job press and add-largely to do our jobbing facilities. The business steadily increase, and the press had been enlarged to and 8 column paper, the establishment was complete in every department, when, in November 18th 77, it was completely destroyed by fire without a dollar of insurance; the hard earnings of 11 years went up in flames and smoke, and we were compelled to start at the bottom round again; and now, after 11 years more of toil, and many discouragements, we have a better office, one of the most complete newspaper and job establishments in northern Pennsylvania; a large and rapidly growing business, a and brighter prospects for the future. H. H. Mullen is the indefatigable assistant editor, and to him particularly the readers of the press are indebted for the extent and interesting character of the local pages.6

Children of Cornelius B. Gould and Mary Adaline Scranton

Citations

  1. [S184] Utica Semi-Weekly Herald.
  2. [S15] LDS Family Search, online Familysearch.com, Data from IGI online.
  3. [S97] Unknown compiler.
  4. [S184] Utica Semi-Weekly Herald, May 28, 1897 p 8.
  5. [S227] Unknown author, History of the Counties of McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvania, p 933.
  6. [S98] J. H. Beers & Co., History of Cameron County, Pennsylvania 1890.

Roxanna Green

F, b. 31 October 1797, d. 29 June 1882
     Roxanna Green was born on 31 October 1797 at Dutchess, New York.1,2 She married Thomas Gilladett circa 1817. Roxanna Green died on 29 June 1882 at Utica, Oneida, New York, at age 84.2
     Roxanna Green was also known as Rosanna Green. She appeared on the census of 18 June 1870 at Household 506-613, Troy, Rensselaer, New York; Roxana Gilladet Age 71 b. NY
Lives with son-in-law and daughter Roxy and Chauncy Friar.3 She appeared on the census of 10 June 1880 at 128 Blandana St., Utica, Oneida, New York; Lives in Frank Scranton household:
     
Roxy GALLUTET     MotherL     F     W     W     81     CT          Fa: CT     Mo: CT Has Consumption.4

Children of Roxanna Green and Thomas Gilladett

Citations

  1. [S167] 1865 New York State Census.
  2. [S147] Utica Morning Herald and Daily Gazette, In this city, June 29, 1882, Roxana Giladett, Mother of Mrs. T (sic) C. Scranton, Aged 84 yrs, 7 mos and 29 days.
  3. [S3] 1870 Census.
  4. [S84] 1880 Census.

Thomas Gilladett

M, b. circa 1794, d. 7 April 1873
     Thomas Gilladett was born circa 1794 at Connecticut.1,2 He married Roxanna Green circa 1817. Thomas Gilladett died on 7 April 1873 at Chenango Bridge, Broome, New York.3,2
     Was an only child.4 Thomas Gilladett was also known as Thomas Gallaudet. He appeared on the census of 1800; Norway, Herkimer Co.:
Thomas Gillidet
Males:
1 26-45

Females:
1 <10 Could be Thomas
1 16-25

Next entry is a Jacob Gillet, 16-25.5 He appeared on the census of 1 June 1820 at Beekman, Dutchess, New York; Thomas Giladet
Males:
<10 1 (William)
16-26 1 (Thomas)

Females:
16-26 1 (Roxanna.)6 He appeared on the census of 1 June 1830 at Union Vale, Dutchess, New York; Thomas Gillidet
Males <5 2 William? and John
30-40 1 Thomas

Females <5 1 Anna
5-10 1 Deniras
30-40 1 Roxanna.7 He appeared on the census of 1835; Not in New Hartford. He appeared on the census of 1840 at Most likely Thomas Hopkins, not this family, Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut; While this family could fit some of Thomas and Roxanna's children, it more closely matches Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, who was know to be in Hartford during this time period.

Males:
<5 1 Edward Miner
5-10 0
10-15 2 Thomas, Peter
15-20 1 William
20-30 0
30-40 0
40-50 0
50-60 1 Thomas Hopkins

Females:
0 <5
2 5-10 Catherine, Alice
1 10-15 Jane
2 15-20 Sonia, ?
0 20-30
1 30-40
1 40-50.8 He appeared on the census of 13 September 1850 at Household 472-526, New Hartford, Oneida, New York; Thomas Gilladet, 55, Farmer, CT
Runa Gilladet, 51, NY
Ann, 22 NY
Mary, 19 NY
Roxanna, 17 NY
Helen, 14 NY
Sarah, 12 NY.9 He lived between 1858 and 1859 at 95 State St., Utica, Oneida, New York.10 He appeared on the census of 27 July 1860 at Household 1093-1090, New Hartford Township, Washington Mills Post Office, Oneida, New York; Thomas Gilladett, 63, Farm laborer, RE: 0, Perseonal Estate: $300 CT
Roxana, 60, NY
Whitney Ferry, 27, Spinner, Mass
Mary, 27, NY
Minnie, 3, NY
Ora, 1, NY
Jane Wilson, 16, Burling, NY

Also at Household 1053-1053, New Hartford:
William Gildet, 36, Blacksmith, all in household b. NY
Lucretia, 35
Lanson, 10
Mary, 8
Emma, 5
Eugene, 3.1 He appeared on the census of 1865 at Household 270, Schuyler, Herkimer, New York; Giladette, Thomas 69 b. CT, m1 Farmer
Rosanna, 66 wife, b.Dutchess, mo 6 children, m1
Lucretia, 36, son's wife, b. Otsego, mo 7
Alanson, 15, grandchild, Oneida
Emma, 10, grandchild, b. Otsego
Albert, 7, grandchild, b. Otsego
Charles, 4 grandchild, b. Oneida.11

Children of Thomas Gilladett and Roxanna Green

Citations

  1. [S87] 1860 Census.
  2. [S197] The Utica Daily Observer, No date of page noted: At Chenango Bridge, April 7, 1872, at the home of his son-in-law, George B. Mayhue, after a short and painful illness, Thos. Giladett of Utica, and father of Mrs. F. C. Scranton, aged 78 years.
  3. [S3] 1870 Census.
  4. [S195] Unknown author, "Kerry Wolf," e-mail to unknown recipient, This is from a letter from Ora May written December 1, 1927, to my Grandfather. ............"On my mother side
    I believe his name was Wilds and my mothers Father was French Thomas Gilladett . . . . . . . He was a share holder with lots of land and money so I have been told to bad we did not get some of his money My Grandfather was an only child' and on my Father' side we are English.........
    My mother had two Brothers in the Civil War names John Gilladett and William Gilladett."
  5. [S91] 1800 Census.
  6. [S89] 1820 Census.
  7. [S88] 1830 Census.
  8. [S94] 1840 Census.
  9. [S69] 1850 Census.
  10. [S113] UTICA CITY DIRECTORY 1858-59, GILLADETTE, Thomas, farmer, h 95 State.
  11. [S167] 1865 New York State Census.

Lawrence James Shaw Jr.

M, b. 3 May 1893, d. 26 February 1930
     Lawrence James Shaw Jr. was born on 3 May 1893 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York.1,2,3 He was the son of Lawrence James Shaw and Elizabeth Campion. Lawrence James Shaw Jr. was born on 3 May 1894 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York.2 He married Nettie A. Scranton, daughter of William H. Scranton and Hattie Sprague, on 21 January 1918 at St. Mary's Church, Auburn, Cayuga, New York.4 Lawrence James Shaw Jr. died on 26 February 1930 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, at age 36; acute nephritis.5
     He was Welder. He appeared on the census of 12 January 1920 at 3 Cross St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Shaw, Laurence, 27 Mechanic engine shop
Nettie, 24
Laurence V., 1 6/12.6 He appeared on the census of 12 January 1920 at 3 Cross St. Household 223-297, Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Shaw, Laurence, 27, Mechanic
Nettie, 24
Laurence V., 1 6/12.6 He witnessed the marriage of Thompson Kingford Green and Helen M. Morse on 28 April 1920 at Wall St. Methodist Church Parsonage, Auburn, Cayuga, New York.7,8 Lawrence James Shaw Jr. was cemetery circa 28 February 1930 at St. Joseph's Lot 103 Sec 19 1SE, Auburn, Cayuga, New York.

Children of Lawrence James Shaw Jr. and Nettie A. Scranton

Citations

  1. [S209] LDS, St. Mary's Church, Roll #11.
  2. [S221] World War I Draft Registration Records, online Ancestry.com, Lawrence J Shaw Jr. City: Auburn County: Cayuga State: New York Birthplace: New York;United States of America Birth Date: 03 May 1894 Race: Caucasian Roll: 1712042.
  3. [S26] Unknown subject entry, unknown record type.
  4. [S209] LDS, St. Mary's Church, Roll #11: Transcibed Marriage Certificate obtained in 1980.
  5. [S206] Death Certificate, transcribed from City of Auburn Vital Records.
  6. [S78] 1920 Census.
  7. [S80] 1930 Census.
  8. [S50] Citizen Advertiser, Apr. 30, 1970 p 5: Account of 50th Anniversary.

Sarah Scranton

F, b. 25 September 1892, d. 1 July 1975
Sarah Scranton Brechue Bell's Family
     Sarah Scranton was born on 25 September 1892 at Utica, Oneida, New York.1 She was the daughter of William H. Scranton and Hattie Sprague. Sarah Scranton married Joseph Brechue, son of Louis Brechue and Sophia Youtt, on 3 August 1914 at St. Aloysius Church, Auburn, Cayuga, New York.2 Sarah Scranton married Clayton L. Bell, son of Clayton L. Bell, after 1930. Sarah Scranton died on 1 July 1975 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, at age 82.
     She appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at 57 1/2 Washington St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Ness, Wm., head, 38 m1, m. 4 yrs., Can, Can, Can Laborer odd jobs
Nettie A., wife, 42, m2, m. 4 yrs. mo 4-4 living, NY NY CT,
Braunig, Leroy N., stepson, 21, NY NY NY Iron moulder
Gertrude M., stepdaughter, 18, shoe operator
Bernard N., stepson, 13, Mass, NY NY
Scranton, Sarah J., Mo-in-law, 68, wid., CT CT CT mo 4-1 living
Satie J., niece, 17, NY NY NY Shoe operator
Bulah N., niece, 14, Mass, NY NY.3 She appeared on the census of 5 January 1920 at 7 Wadsworth St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Breschue, Joseph, 26, NY CA CA Civil Engineer, Rail Road Co.
Sadie, 27, NY NY NY
Mary, 4
Joseph, 2
Louis, 1/12.4 She appeared on the census of 2 April 1930 at 131 1/2 VanAnden St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Brechue, Sarah, wd., 37, All NY NY NY works in Shoe Shop
Mary A., 14
Joseph Wm., 12,
Louis R., 9
Paul T., 6.5

Children of Sarah Scranton and Joseph Brechue

Citations

  1. [S20] Unknown subject, unknown file number, Social Security Death Index, unknown series.
  2. [S157] The Auburn Citizen, Aug. 4, 1914 p 5.
  3. [S100] 1910 Census.
  4. [S78] 1920 Census.
  5. [S80] 1930 Census.

Nettie A. Scranton1

F, b. 18 November 1895, d. 22 May 1932
Nettie Scranton Shaw
     Nettie A. Scranton was born on 18 November 1895 at Dalton, Berkshire, Massachusetts.2 She was the daughter of William H. Scranton and Hattie Sprague. Nettie A. Scranton married Lawrence James Shaw Jr., son of Lawrence James Shaw and Elizabeth Campion, on 21 January 1918 at St. Mary's Church, Auburn, Cayuga, New York.3 Nettie A. Scranton died on 22 May 1932 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, at age 36; Died of peritonitis due to ruptured appendix. Had "new technique of trying to freeze the appendix."4
     She was a shoemaker at Dunn & McCarthy. She lived at Auburn, Cayuga, New York. She witnessed the marriage of Thompson Kingford Green and Helen M. Morse on 28 April 1920 at Wall St. Methodist Church Parsonage, Auburn, Cayuga, New York.5,6 Nettie A. Scranton appeared on the census of 15 April 1930 at 50 1/2 Fitch Ave., Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Shaw, Janet, 34, wid., Mass, NY NY, no occupcation, Value of estate $18
Vincent, 11
James, 10
Mildred, 6
John, 4 5/12
Raymond, 3 2/12.5 She was cemetery circa 23 May 1932 at SJ Lot 58-S Sec 30 1SW, Fleming, Cayuga, New York.7

Children of Nettie A. Scranton and Lawrence James Shaw Jr.

Citations

  1. [S26] Unknown subject entry, unknown record type, Reads Nellie A. Scranton.
  2. [S26] Unknown subject entry, unknown record type, Scranton Nellie A. Dalton 1895 Vol. 448 Pg. 54 Birth.
  3. [S209] LDS, St. Mary's Church, Roll #11: Transcibed Marriage Certificate obtained in 1980.
  4. [S27] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  5. [S80] 1930 Census.
  6. [S50] Citizen Advertiser, Apr. 30, 1970 p 5: Account of 50th Anniversary.
  7. [S207] St. Joseph's, Fleming, Genweb Transcription, online Rootsweb.com/~nycayuga.

Hattie Sprague1

F, b. March 1873, d. 3 February 1956
Harriett Newton Scranton Morse
     Hattie Sprague was born in March 1873 at Utica, Oneida, New York. She was the daughter of William P. Newton and Elizabeth (?) Hattie Sprague married William H. Scranton, son of Francis C. Scranton and Sarah J. Gilladett, on 30 September 1891 at Utica, Oneida, New York.2 Hattie Sprague married Algie Lee Morse, son of C. Leander Morse and J. Mary (?), circa 1901.3,4 Hattie Sprague died on 3 February 1956 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, at age 82.
     Hattie Sprague was also known as Harriett Louise Newton. She appeared on the census of June 1875 at Utica, Oneida, New York, USA.1 She appeared on the census of 5 June 1880 at Household 40-47, 87 Eagle St., Utica, Oneida, New York; W. P. NEWTON Self M Male W 54 NY Pump Maker NY NY
Elisabeth NEWTON Wife M Female W 55 NY Keeps House NY CT
Hattie L. NEWTON Dau S Female W 7 NY Att. School NY NY.5
She appeared on the census of 11 June 1900 at 54 Orchard St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Scranton, Sarah J., m-in-law (Head of household Nicholas Braunig) Sep. 1841, Wd. 4-2 living, CT CT CT nurse
Harriett, s-in-law, Mar 1873, 2-2, NY NY NY, carpet weaver
Sadie, Sep 1892, NY NY NY
Nettie, Nov 1895, Mass NY NY.6 She appeared on the census of 5 April 1910 at 94 N. Division St., Household 278-312, Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Morris, Algie, 35, m 9, All NY NY NY, Hammersman, manf. co.
Harriett, 34, m 9, mo 5, 5 living
Nettie, 14, shoe operator, shoe shop
Helen, 8
Howard, 4
William, 2.4 She appeared on the census of 14 January 1920 at 92 Washington St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Morse, Algie, 42, NY NY NY Hammersman, forge shop
Hattie, 49, NY NY NY
Helen, 17
Howard, 13
William, 11
Louise, 5.7 She appeared on the census of 2 April 1930 at 22 1/2 Augustus St. Household 3-3 1st Ward, Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Morse, Algie, 54, drop forger at shoe shank plant All in household NY NY NY
Harriet, 58
Howard H., 24, Pressman at shoe shank plant
William, 21, Laborer at shoe shank plant
Louise, 15.3

Children of Hattie Sprague and William H. Scranton

Children of Hattie Sprague and Algie Lee Morse

Citations

  1. [S311] Unknown record type, unknown location, unknown record info, Name:     Hattie Speagues
    Titles and Terms:
    Event Type:     Census
    Event Date:     1875
    Event Place:     Utica, Oneida, New York, United States
    Gender:     Female
    Age:     2
    Relationship to Head of Household:
    Birth Year (Estimated):     1873
    Family Number:     106
    Page:     12
    Line Number:     31
    GS Film number:     1435185
    Digital Folder Number:     004858056
    Image Number:     00445

    Household     Gender     Age     Birthplace
    Caroline Biggs     F     54
    William Taylor     M     6
    Edward Twist     M     10
    Phillip Roggers     M     5
    George Buff     M     4
    Flora Buff     F     2
    Emma Buff     F     2
    Anna Carry     F     1
    George Jones     M     4
    Cora Jones     F     1
    Jola Beanderhover     M     3
    Fanny Beanderhover     F     5
    Lillie Bacon     F     6
    Blank Bacon     M     5
    Ida Bacon     F     2
    George H Farms     M     2
    James Prieley     M     1
    Hattie Sprague     F     2
    Mary Rosconf     F     8
    Jessie H Baeber     M     0
    Ida M Shuten     F     0
    Mary Mccuens     F     45
    Mother     Ida Lane     F     20
    Mother     Sarah Lewis     F     22

    Citing this Record:
    "New York, State Census, 1875," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VNJ3-81H : accessed 23 Dec 2013), Hattie Speagues in entry for Caroline Biggs, 1875.
  2. [S83] Rome Sentinal Marriages, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyoneida/
  3. [S80] 1930 Census.
  4. [S100] 1910 Census.
  5. [S84] 1880 Census.
  6. [S24] 1900 Census.
  7. [S78] 1920 Census.

Franklin T Scranton1

M, b. August 1870, d. 23 November 1897
     Franklin T Scranton was born in August 1870 at Utica, Oneida, New York.2,3 He was the son of Francis C. Scranton and Sarah J. Gilladett. Franklin T Scranton married Matilda Shorer, daughter of Joseph Shorer and Rosella (?), circa 1892. Franklin T Scranton died on 23 November 1897 at Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, at age 27.4,3 He was buried circa 26 November 1897 at Dalton, Berkshire, Massachusetts.
     Franklin T Scranton was also known as Frank T. Scranton.5 Franklin T Scranton was also known as Francis P. Scranton. He lived in 1888 at 90 Leah, Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: F. T. Scranton
Location 1: 121 West
Location 2: 90 Leah
Year: 1888
City: Utica
State: NY.6
He lived in 1889 at 149 Howard Ave., Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: F. T. Scranton
Location 2: 149 Howard avenue
Occupation: cutter
Year: 1889
City: Utica
State: NY.6
He lived in 1890 at 100 Seymour Ave., Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: F. T. Scranton
Location 2: 100 Seymour avenue
Occupation: cutter
Year: 1890
City: Utica
State: NY.6
He lived in 1891 at 202 Seymour Ave., Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: Frank T. Scranton
Location 2: boards 202 Seymour avenue
Occupation: paperhanger
Year: 1891
City: Utica
State: NY.6

Children of Franklin T Scranton and Matilda Shorer

Citations

  1. [S311] Unknown record type, unknown location, unknown record info, Franklin T Schranton
    Age:     4
    Gender:     Male
    Birth Year:     abt 1871
    Residence Date:     1 Jun 1875
    Residence Place:     Utica Ward 05, Oneida, New York, USA
    Election District:     Ward 05
    Household number:     46
    Relation to Head:     Son
    Father's Name:     Francis
    Mother's name:     Sarah J Schranton
    Line Number:     39
    Sheet Number:     5
    Household Members:     
    Name     Age
    Francis Schranton     39
    Sarah J Schranton     35
    Albert L Schranton     10
    Nettie A Schranton     8
    Franklin T Schranton     4
    William H Schranton     2.
  2. [S24] 1900 Census.
  3. [S147] Utica Morning Herald and Daily Gazette.
  4. [S27] Unknown subject unknown repository, Scranton Frank P. Boston 1897 474 465 Death

    Scranton Frank P. Dalton 1897 472 50 Death (Record in Dalton says died in Boston).
  5. [S26] Unknown subject entry, unknown record type, Birth record for daughter, Nettie Buelah clearly reads Frank T. Scranton.
  6. [S110] Utica City Directories.
  7. [S71] Unknown subject Cemetery Record, by unknown photographer.

William H. Scranton

M, b. 14 January 1873, d. 27 September 1898
     William H. Scranton was born on 14 January 1873 at Utica, Oneida, New York. He was the son of Francis C. Scranton and Sarah J. Gilladett. William H. Scranton married Hattie Sprague, daughter of William P. Newton and Elizabeth (?), on 30 September 1891 at Utica, Oneida, New York.1 William H. Scranton died on 27 September 1898 at Dalton, Berkshire, Massachusetts, at age 25; Typhoid.2 He was buried on 29 September 1898 at Main St. Cemetery, Dalton, Berkshire, Massachusetts.3
     He was a shoe factory worker. He lived in 1889 at 149 Howard Ave., Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: William H. Scranton
Location 2: 149 Howard avenue
Occupation: clerk
Year: 1889
City: Utica
State: NY.4
He lived in 1890 at 100 Seymour Ave., Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: Wm. H. Scranton
Location 2: 100 Seymour avenue
Occupation: clerk
Year: 1890
City: Utica
State: NY.4
He lived in 1891 at 202 Seymour Ave., Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: William H. Scranton
Location 2: boards 202 Seymour avenue
Occupation: shoecutter
Year: 1891
City: Utica
State: NY.4

Children of William H. Scranton and Hattie Sprague

Citations

  1. [S83] Rome Sentinal Marriages, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyoneida/
  2. [S27] Unknown subject unknown repository, Scranton William H. Dalton 1898 481 52 Death.
  3. [S27] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  4. [S110] Utica City Directories.

Sarah J. Gilladett1

F, b. September 1841, d. 6 July 1916
     Sarah J. Gilladett was born in September 1841 at New Milford, Litchfield, Connecticut.2,3 She was the daughter of Thomas Gilladett and Roxanna Green. Sarah J. Gilladett married Francis C. Scranton, son of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks, on 3 August 1863 at Utica, Oneida, New York; Married by Rev. Wm. Curtis.4,5 Sarah J. Gilladett died on 6 July 1916 at Auburn, Cayuga, New York, at age 74. She was buried circa 9 July 1916 at Soule Cemetery, Sennett, Cayuga, New York.6
     Sarah J. Gilladett was also known as Sarah J. Gallaudet.7 She was Pension on 12 June 1900 at Widow's Application.4 She appeared on the census of 19 June 1900 at 54 Orchard St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Scranton, Sarah J., mo-in-law, Sep 1841, Wid., 4-2, CT, CT, CT, nurse
Harriett, sis-in-law, Mar 1873, NY, NY, NY 2-2- Carpet Weaver
Sadie, neice, Sep 1892, NY NY NY
Nettie, neice, Nov. 1895, NY NY NY

Household of William and Nettie Braunig.2 She appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at 57 1/2 Washington St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York; Ness, Wm., head, 38 m1, m. 4 yrs., Can, Can, Can Laborer odd jobs
Nettie A., wife, 42, m2, m. 4 yrs. mo 4-4 living, NY NY CT,
Braunig, Leroy N., stepson, 21, NY NY NY Iron moulder
Gertrude M., stepdaughter, 18, shoe operator
Bernard N., stepson, 13, Mass, NY NY
Scranton, Sarah J., Mo-in-law, 68, wid., CT CT CT mo 4-1 living
Satie J., niece, 17, NY NY NY Shoe operator
Bulah N., niece, 14, Mass, NY NY.8

Children of Sarah J. Gilladett and Francis C. Scranton

Citations

  1. [S95] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, unknown file number.
  2. [S24] 1900 Census.
  3. [S27] Unknown subject unknown repository, Death record for son, William H. Scranton reads mother: Sarah Gallaudet, birth place New Milford, CT.
  4. [S95] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, unknown file number, Declaration for Widow's Pensiion, Jun 12, 1900.
  5. [S147] Utica Morning Herald and Daily Gazette, Aug. 4, 1863 p. 3: Married: At the residence of the bride's father, in this city, August 3d, by REV> MR> curtiss, Francis C. Scranton to Miss Sarah J. Giladett.
  6. [S294] Soule Cemetery, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nycayuga/cem/…, Sennett Section: SCRANTON Sarah J. 1840 - 1916.
  7. [S27] Unknown subject unknown repository, Death Certif. for son, William H. Scranton.
  8. [S100] 1910 Census.

Charles Henry Sprague

M, b. 3 July 1829, d. 9 September 1864
     Charles Henry Sprague was born on 3 July 1829 at Pompey, Onondaga, New York. He was the son of Anson Sprague and Orriel Wright. Charles Henry Sprague married Helen L. Scranton, daughter of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks, on 2 April 1851 at Utica, Oneida, New York; Married by Rev. E. Francis.1,2 Charles Henry Sprague died on 9 September 1864 at Utica, Oneida, New York, at age 35.3
     He was Bookkeeper.

Children of Charles Henry Sprague and Helen L. Scranton

Citations

  1. [S9] Rev. Erastus Scranton, A genealogical register of the descendants of John Scranton of Guilford, Conn., who died in the year 1671.
  2. [S131] Marriage Announcement, Sprague/Scranton: In Utica, on 2 Apr. by Rev. E. Francis, Charles H. Sprague and Helen L. Scranton daughter of Lyman Scranton, Esq., all of Utica (5 Apr 1851).
  3. [S18] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient.
  4. [S3] 1870 Census.

Harriett Matilda Scranton

F, b. 9 August 1843, d. 28 October 1917
     Harriett Matilda Scranton was born on 9 August 1843 at "In a house formerly at the site of Westminster Church in 1912", Utica, Oneida, New York.1 She was the daughter of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks. Harriett Matilda Scranton married James Edward DeForest on 4 September 1862 at At the home of her father, Lyman Scranton, "on Genesee St. just south of Grace Church", Utica, Oneida, New York.2,3 Harriett Matilda Scranton died on 28 October 1917 at At the home of her son, Arthur C. DeForest, 1553 Seymour Ave., Utica, Oneida, New York, at age 74.3
     She appeared on the census of 22 June 1870 at Household 427-576, Utica, Oneida, New York; DeForest, James, 31, printer NY
Harriet, 25, Keeping House, NY
Harry, 6, NY
Eddie, 4, NY
Ella, 2, NY
Sarah Jones, 16, domestic servent, Wales.4 She appeared on the census of 3 June 1880 at 78 Elizabeth St., Utica, Oneida, New York; James DEFOREST     Self     M     M     W     41     NY     Occ:     Printer     Fa: NY     Mo: NY
Harriett DEFOREST     Wife     F     M     W     35     NY     Occ:     Keeping House     Fa: NY     Mo: NY
Harriett DEFOREST     Dau     F     S     W     16     NY     Occ:     Cash Hand     Fa: NY     Mo: NY
Edward DEFOREST     Son     M     S     W     15     NY     Occ:     Cash Boy     Fa: NY     Mo: NY
Geo. DEFOREST     Son     M     S     W     9     NY     Occ:     Attending School     Fa: NY     Mo: NY
Arthur DEFOREST     Son     M     S     W     4     NY               Fa: NY     Mo: NY
Hattie DEFOREST     Dau     F     S     W     1     NY.5           She appeared on the census of 8 June 1900 at 711 Mary St., Utica, Oneida, New York; DeForest, James E., Jun 1839, NY NY NY Proofreader
Harriet, Aug. 1842, NY NY NY mo 8, 5 living
J. Edward, Dec. 1865, NY
Arthur,Sep 1879, NY
Rena, Jan 1881, NY. She appeared on the census of 16 April 1910 at 855 Bleecker St., Utica, Oneida, New York; DeForest, James A., 71 m1, 48 yr, NY NY NY
Harriet, wife, 67., m1, 48 yr.mo 8, 5 living, NY NY NY
Arthur C. son, 34, m1 10 yr, NY NY NY Salesman Gants Furnishing
Clara A., daughter-in-law, 32, m. 10 yr. 0 children, NY Germany, NY
Rena H., daughter, 29, S, NY NY NY Operative Shirt Maker.6

Children of Harriett Matilda Scranton and James Edward DeForest

Citations

  1. [S15] LDS Family Search, online Familysearch.com.
  2. [S87] 1860 Census.
  3. [S125] Utica Observer-Dispatch.
  4. [S3] 1870 Census.
  5. [S84] 1880 Census.
  6. [S100] 1910 Census.
  7. [S71] Unknown subject Cemetery Record, by unknown photographer, Internment records, Rootsweb.com, Genweb archives.
  8. [S147] Utica Morning Herald and Daily Gazette, Aug. 6, 1873.

Iva M. Scranton

F, b. 25 January 1840, d. 21 April 1893
     Iva M. Scranton was born on 25 January 1840 at Edmeston, Otsego, New York.1 She was the daughter of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks. Iva M. Scranton married Thomas H. Floyd on 27 July 1866 at At the home of her father, Lyman Scranton, Utica, Oneida, New York.2 Iva M. Scranton died on 21 April 1893 at Utica, Oneida, New York, at age 53.3
     She appeared on the census of 12 July 1870 at Household 99-110, Utica, Oneida, New York; Floyd, Thomas H., 26, Property: $8000, Printer, Canada
Iva M., 30, Keeping House, NY
Minnie, 1, NY
Tielich, Emma, 20, Domestic, Saxony.4 She appeared on the census of 8 June 1880 at Household 160-241, 103 Bleeker St., Utica, Oneida, New York; Floyd, Thomas M., 35, Can, Eng, Eng, Printer
Iva M., 40, Keeping House, NY MA RI
Minnie, 11, NY CAN NY
William, 5, NY CAN NY
Shaw, Ellen, 20, Servent, NY ENG ENG.5

Children of Iva M. Scranton and Thomas H. Floyd

Citations

  1. [S15] LDS Family Search, online Familysearch.com.
  2. [S147] Utica Morning Herald and Daily Gazette, July 28, 1866.
  3. [S198] Utica Daily Press, Apr. 22, 1893.
  4. [S3] 1870 Census.
  5. [S84] 1880 Census.

Albert L. Scranton

M, b. 23 July 1837, d. 22 August 1861
     Albert L. Scranton was born on 23 July 1837 at Oneida, New York, USA.1 He was the son of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks. Albert L. Scranton died on 22 August 1861 at Utica, Oneida, New York, at age 24.2
     He lived between 1858 and 1859 at 201 Genesee St., Utica, Oneida, New York.3 He appeared on the census of 21 June 1860 at Utica, Oneida, New York; Still residing in household of father, Lyman Scranton.4

Citations

  1. [S117] 1855 New York State Census.
  2. [S197] The Utica Daily Observer, Aug. 23, 1861.
  3. [S113] UTICA CITY DIRECTORY 1858-59, SCRANTON, Albert S., clerk, bds 201 Genesee.
  4. [S87] 1860 Census.

Helen L. Scranton

F, b. 18 May 1832, d. 26 April 1886
     Helen L. Scranton was born on 18 May 1832 at Utica, Oneida, New York.1,2 She was the daughter of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks. Helen L. Scranton married Charles Henry Sprague, son of Anson Sprague and Orriel Wright, on 2 April 1851 at Utica, Oneida, New York; Married by Rev. E. Francis.2,3 Helen L. Scranton married Alfred Z. Warner between 1861 and 1867. Helen L. Scranton died on 26 April 1886 at Utica, Oneida, New York, at age 53.4,5,6
     She appeared on the census of 28 June 1860 at Household 411-464, 3rd Ward, Utica, Oneida, New York; Charles Sprague, 30, Bookkeeper, NY
Hannah, 29, NY
Arthur, 5, NY
Gertrude, 4, NY
Frederick, 2, NY
Emelie Cass, 17, NY.7 She appeared on the census of 22 June 1870 at Household 443-594 Ward 2, Utica, Oneida, New York; Warner, Alfred, 32, Painter, NY
Helen, 38, NY
Lena 2, NY
Grace, 4/12, NY
Sprague, Arthur, 15, NY
Frederick, 11, NY.8 She appeared on the census of 9 June 1880 at Household 167-251, Utica, Oneida, New York; Alfred WARNER     Self     M     M     W     43     NY     Occ:     Printer     Fa: VT     Mo: NY
Hellen WARNER     Wife     F     M     W     48     NY     Occ:     Keeping House     Fa: NY     Mo: NY
Lena S. WARNER     Dau     F     S     W     12     NY     Occ:     At School     Fa: NY     Mo: NY.9

Children of Helen L. Scranton and Charles Henry Sprague

Children of Helen L. Scranton and Alfred Z. Warner

Citations

  1. [S15] LDS Family Search, online Familysearch.com, Record gives place of birth as Edmeston. However Lyman was clearly living in Utica at the time of Helen's birth.
  2. [S9] Rev. Erastus Scranton, A genealogical register of the descendants of John Scranton of Guilford, Conn., who died in the year 1671.
  3. [S131] Marriage Announcement, Sprague/Scranton: In Utica, on 2 Apr. by Rev. E. Francis, Charles H. Sprague and Helen L. Scranton daughter of Lyman Scranton, Esq., all of Utica (5 Apr 1851).
  4. [S24] 1900 Census.
  5. [S125] Utica Observer-Dispatch.
  6. [S178] The Utica Sunday Tribune, Apr. 26, 1886: Mrs. Afred S. Warner died Sunday (no date given) aged 53 yrs and 11 months. She had been ill for several years and bore her suffering without complaints. She was the daughter of the late Lyman Scranton and sister of W. C. and F. Scranton, Mrs. T. R. Floyd, Mrs. James E. DeForest of Utica and Amos Scranton of Emporium, PA. She leaves three children, Arthur and Frederick Sprague of New York and Mrs. Lena Martin of Utica.
  7. [S87] 1860 Census.
  8. [S3] 1870 Census.
  9. [S84] 1880 Census.

Amos M. Scranton

M, b. 4 August 1829, d. 23 February 1903
     Amos M. Scranton was born on 4 August 1829 at Edmeston, Otsego, New York.1 He was the son of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks. Amos M. Scranton married Elizabeth (?) circa 1858.2 Amos M. Scranton married Maggie H. (?) circa 1879.3 Amos M. Scranton died on 23 February 1903 at Pottstown, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, at age 73.4,5,6
     He appeared on the census of 8 August 1850 at Utica, Oneida, New York; Resides with brother, William, and family.7 He lived between 1858 and 1859 at 201 Genesee St., Utica, Oneida, New York.8 He appeared on the census of 21 June 1860 at Household 183-232, Fourth Ward, Utica, Oneida, New York; Amos Scranton, 30, Clerk, NY
Elizabeth, 28, NY
Mary Tylor, 20, NY.2 He began military service on 16 November 1861 at Onondaga, New York, Name: Amos M Scranton ,
Enlistment Date: 16 November 1861
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: New York
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 16 November 1861 at the age of 32
Promoted to Full Lieutenant 2nd Class on 02 December 1861 (Not Mustered)
Commission in Company E, 2nd Onondaga Infantry Regiment New York on 02 December 1861.
Discharged Company E, 2nd Onondaga Infantry Regiment New York on 22 February 1862.9
He ended military service on 22 February 1862.9 He lived between 1889 and 1893 at 85 Church St., Jersey City, Hudson, New Jersey.10 He was Military-Pension on 15 July 1891 at New Jersey.11 He appeared on the census of 6 June 1900 at Household 204-210, 233 N. Church St., Pottstown, Montgomery, Pennsylvania; Amos Scranton, 72, May 1828, m21 yr., NY NY NY,
Maggie A. , Sep 1844, 53, m 21 yr, mo 2-2 living, PA ENG ENG.3

Child of Amos M. Scranton and Elizabeth (?)

Citations

  1. [S15] LDS Family Search, online Familysearch.com.
  2. [S87] 1860 Census.
  3. [S24] 1900 Census.
  4. [S95] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, unknown file number, Wife Mazzie applied for widow's pension, but year is not clear on index card.
  5. [S166] Utica Saturday Globe, No date on page. States "Amos M. Scranton who died in Pottstown, PA Tuesday."
  6. [S179] Utica Sunday Journal, Mar. 2, 1902.
  7. [S69] 1850 Census.
  8. [S113] UTICA CITY DIRECTORY 1858-59, SCRANTON, Amos H., manufacturer of bird cages, and variety store, 201 Genesee, h same.
  9. [S96] Unknown subject, Civil War Service Records.
  10. [S108] Trenton NJ City Directory 1889-1900, Given Name: Amos M
    Surname: Scranton
    Occupation: conductor
    Residence: h 85 Church
    Page: 503.
  11. [S95] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, unknown file number, Image not clear, year might be 1871.
  12. [S124] Will: Lyman's will gives "one portion to daughter of Amos M. Scranton."

Francis C. Scranton1

M, b. 17 January 1835, d. 4 April 1900
     Francis C. Scranton was born on 17 January 1835 at Utica, Oneida, New York.2 He was the son of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks. Francis C. Scranton married Sarah J. Gilladett, daughter of Thomas Gilladett and Roxanna Green, on 3 August 1863 at Utica, Oneida, New York; Married by Rev. Wm. Curtis.3,4 Francis C. Scranton died on 4 April 1900 at 54 Orchard St., Auburn, Cayuga, New York, at age 65; Cause of death: Hemaplegia, Rheumatism.5 He was buried on 10 April 1900 at Soule Cemetery, Sennett, Cayuga, New York.6
     Francis C. Scranton was also known as Francis L. Scranton. He began military service on 24 April 1861 at Enlisted in US Army, 14th Regiment, Co. A, Utica, Oneida, New York.7 He ended military service on 22 July 1862 at Harrison's Landing.8 He appeared on the census of 20 June 1870 at Household 329-432, Ward 2, Utica, Oneida, New York; Scranton, Matilda, 72, no occupation, $6000, $1000, NY
Francis 35, Carpenter, NY
Sarah 30, Keeping house, Conn.
Albert L. 5, NY
Nettie 3 NY
Cass, Emma, 26 VT
William, 19, clerk in tobacco store NY.9 He appeared on the census of 1 June 1875 at Utica, Oneida, New York, USA.10 He appeared on the census of 10 June 1880 at Household 253-300, 128 Blandina St., Utica, Oneida, New York; Frank SCRANTON Self M Male W 45 NY Carpenter NY NY
Sarah J. SCRANTON Wife M Female W 40 CT Keeping House CT CT
Albert L. SCRANTON Son S Male W 15 NY Telephone Operator NY CT
Nettie A. SCRANTON Dau S Female W 13 NY At School NY CT
Frank P. SCRANTON Son S Male W 9 NY At School NY CT
Willie SCRANTON Son S Male W 7 NY At School NY CT
Roxy GALLUTET MotherL W Female W 81 CT CT CT, Has Consumption
A.J. WRIGHT Nephew S Male W 18 NY Dry Goods Clerk NY NY
Ora M. FERRY Niece S Female W 19 NY Works In Shoe Fcty MA CT.11
He lived in 1887 at 45 Taylor Ave., Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: F. C. Scranton
Location 2: 45 Taylor avenue
Business Name: Tribune office
Occupation: engineer
Year: 1887
City: Utica
State: NY.12
He lived in 1888 at 90 Leah, Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: F. C. Scranton
Location 2: 90 Leah
Business Name: Tribune office
Occupation: engineer
Year: 1888
City: Utica
State: NY.12
He lived in 1889 at 149 Howard Ave., Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: F. C. Scranton
Location 2: 149 Howard avenue
Occupation: carpenter
Year: 1889
City: Utica
State: NY.12
He lived in 1890 at 100 Seymour Ave., Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: F. C. Scranton
Location 2: 100 Seymour avenue
Occupation: carpenter
Year: 1890
City: Utica
State: NY.12
He appeared on the census of June 1890 at Household 29-36, 100 Seymour St., Utica, Oneida, New York; Scranton, Francis L., Private, Co. H, 4th NY Inf., 24 July 1861, 22 July 1862, 100 Seymour Ave., Utica, No disability incurred.13 He witnessed the Military-Pension of John Lawrence Gilladett on 12 November 1890. Francis C. Scranton lived in 1892 at 202 Seymour Ave., Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: Frank C. Scranton
Location 2: 202 Seymour avenue
Occupation: carpenter
Year: 1891
City: Utica
State: NY.12
He was ill with (an unknown value) circa 18 June 1897 at Suffered a stroke, Dalton, Berkshire, Massachusetts.14 He was Pension on 18 June 1897 at Invalid Pension application.15,16

Children of Francis C. Scranton and Sarah J. Gilladett

Citations

  1. [S27] Unknown subject unknown repository, Death register for son William H. Scranton in Dalton gives Francis C. Scranton.
  2. [S27] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  3. [S95] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, unknown file number, Declaration for Widow's Pensiion, Jun 12, 1900.
  4. [S147] Utica Morning Herald and Daily Gazette, Aug. 4, 1863 p. 3: Married: At the residence of the bride's father, in this city, August 3d, by REV> MR> curtiss, Francis C. Scranton to Miss Sarah J. Giladett.
  5. [S27] Unknown subject unknown repository, Register A. No. 9179, City of Auburn Bureau of Vital Statistics
    Age: 65 yrs., 4 mos., 18 days, Occupation: Carpenter
    Nativity: Utica, NY, Place of death: 54 Orchard St., 8th Ward
    Time of death 11 pm 4th day of June1900.
  6. [S294] Soule Cemetery, online http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nycayuga/cem/…, Sennett Section: SCRANTON Frances 14th Reg. N. Y. Vol. 1834 - 1900.
  7. [S73] "Unknown short record title."
  8. [S73] "Unknown short record title", Francis L. Scranton, Private of Captain Lewis Michaels, Company A of the fourteenth Regiment of US Volunteers was enlisted by Capt. James McQuaide on the twenty fourth day of April, 1861, to serve two years; he was born in Utica in the State of New York is Twenty Four years of age, Five feet Five 1/4 inches high, ruddy complexion, blue eyes, light brown hair and by occupation when enlisted a carpenter. During the last two monthes he has been unfit for duty 60 days. The said Francis L. Scranton has not been able to do military duty for the last six months on account of Rheumatism in his back.
    Station: Harrisonn's Landing
    Date: July 20th 1862.
  9. [S3] 1870 Census.
  10. [S311] Unknown record type, unknown location, unknown record info, Francis Schranton
    Age:     39
    Gender:     Male
    Birth Year:     abt 1836
    Residence Date:     1 Jun 1875
    Residence Place:     Utica Ward 05, Oneida, New York, USA
    Election District:     Ward 05
    Household number:     46
    Relation to Head:     Head
    Spouse's Name:     Sarah J Schranton
    Line Number:     35
    Sheet Number:     5
    Household Members:     
    Name     Age
    Francis Schranton     39
    Sarah J Schranton     35
    Albert L Schranton     10
    Nettie A Schranton     8
    Franklin T Schranton     4
    William H Schranton     2.
  11. [S84] 1880 Census.
  12. [S110] Utica City Directories.
  13. [S109] 1890 Veteran's Schedule.
  14. [S147] Utica Morning Herald and Daily Gazette, Sep. 29, 1897, p 6 Word has been received in this city that Frank C. Scranton, formerly a resident of Utica but recently a resident of Dalton, Mass. has suffered a stroke of paralysis. Mr. Scranton is the fifth member of his father's family to be afflicted in this manner.
  15. [S95] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, unknown file number.
  16. [S147] Utica Morning Herald and Daily Gazette.

Sophia Scranton

F, b. 8 March 1827, d. 17 January 1829
     Sophia Scranton was born on 8 March 1827.1 She was the daughter of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks. Sophia Scranton died on 17 January 1829 at age 1.

Citations

  1. [S15] LDS Family Search, online Familysearch.com.

Mary Adaline Scranton

F, b. 19 September 1824, d. 11 March 1890
     Mary Adaline Scranton was born on 19 September 1824 at Edmeston, Otsego, New York.1 She was the daughter of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks. Mary Adaline Scranton married Cornelius B. Gould, son of Cornelius Gould, on 2 June 1852. Mary Adaline Scranton died on 11 March 1890 at Emporium, Cameron, Pennsylvania, at age 65.2,1
     Mary Adaline Scranton was also known as Caroline Scranton.3 She appeared on the census of 21 June 1860 at Household 165-169, Homer, Cortland, New York; Cornelius B. Gould, 34, printer, NY
Mary A., 35, NY
Ella M., 7, NY
Augustus D., 5, NY
Jennie, 9/12
Iva Scranton, 18
Frank Scranton, 21, carriage maker
John Morse, 14, carriage maker
Erasmus Bowan, 48, ckerj
Muriel Bowan, 22.4 She appeared on the census of 14 July 1870 at Household 165-150, Bellefonte Boro, North Ward, Centre, Pennsylvania; Gould, Cornelius, 43, Editor in Publishing, All in family b. NY
Mary, 42, Keeping house
Ella, 17
Augustus, 14
Jane, 9
Mary, 7
Miller, Harrison, 19, Works in Printing office, b. PA.5 She appeared on the census of 1880 at Emporium, Cameron, Pennsylvania; Cornelius B. GOULD Self M Male W 53 NY Editor NY NY
Mary GOULD Wife M Female W 54 NY Keeping House NY CT
Ella M. GOULD Dau S Female W 27 NY NY NY
Jennie GOULD Dau S Female W 19 NY NY NY
May GOULD Dau S Female W 17 NY NY NY
Harry H. MULLEN Other S Male W 29 PA Printer PA PA.6

Children of Mary Adaline Scranton and Cornelius B. Gould

Citations

  1. [S125] Utica Observer-Dispatch.
  2. [S97] Unknown compiler, Gould, Mary A. 1825/1890 w/o C. B.
  3. [S69] 1850 Census.
  4. [S87] 1860 Census.
  5. [S3] 1870 Census.
  6. [S84] 1880 Census.

Rhoda Maria Scranton1

F, b. 6 March 1821, d. 24 February 1852
     Rhoda Maria Scranton was born on 6 March 1821 at Edmeston, Otsego, New York. She was the daughter of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks. Rhoda Maria Scranton married Milo M. Cass, son of Rev. Moses G. Cass, on 27 January 1841. Rhoda Maria Scranton died on 24 February 1852 at Utica, Oneida, New York, at age 30; puerperal fever.2
     Rhoda Maria Scranton was also known as Maria C. Scranton The 1850 census for Lyman shows a Caroline, 26, yrs. of age. Possibly this is Maria C., but Mariah is also shown as the wife of Milo Cass in this same census, so Caroline may be another daughter. However, Lyman's will does not list a surviving daughter or family of a Caroline and his will and Milo Cass's wife's obituary names Rhoda Maria. She appeared on the census of 4 August 1850 at Household 257-291, Utica, Oneida, New York; Cass, Milo, 28, VT Cabinetmaker
Mariah, 28, all rest of household b NY
Louisa, 8
Emily, 6
Charles, 4
Mary, 1.3

Children of Rhoda Maria Scranton and Milo M. Cass

Citations

  1. [S124] Will: Lyman Scranton's will leaves "one portion to children of Rhoda Maria Cass."
  2. [S181] Oneida Morning Herald, Feb. 29, 1852 p 1 Died of consumption.
  3. [S69] 1850 Census.

William Harrison Scranton

M, b. 18 May 1819, d. 22 July 1892
     William Harrison Scranton was born on 18 May 1819 at Edmeston, Otsego, New York.1 He was the son of Lyman Scranton and Matilda Marks. William Harrison Scranton married Elexey Ann Bond, daughter of Isaac Bond and Margaret () Bond, on 27 January 1841 at Utica, Oneida, New York.2 William Harrison Scranton died on 22 July 1892 at 33 Court St., Utica, Oneida, New York, at age 73.3,4
     He appeared on the census of 8 August 1850 at Household 706-723, Utica, Oneida, New York; W. H. Scranton, 31, Grocer, All b. NY
E. A., 28
Sophia, 8
George, 1
A. M., 21.5 He lived between 1858 and 1859 at 24 Spring St., Utica, Oneida, New York.6 He appeared on the census of 26 June 1860 at Household 233-251 Ward 3, Utica, Oneida, New York; William H.Scranton, 40 Merchant, $4,000, $1,000, NY
Eliza, 38, NY
Sophia, 18, NY
George, 10, NY
Ellen Parker, 16, Domestic, Holland.7 He was Listed in rosters for Bleeker St. Baptist Church as:
Deacon, Trustee, Advisory Committee Member, Treasurer, and member.
Alexa is listed as member.8 He appeared on the census of 3 July 1870 at Household 343-409 Third Ward, Utica, Oneida, New York; William H. Scranton, 57, Clothing Merchant, $25,000, $25,000 NY
Eliza A., 48, Keeping House NY
George H., 20,Clerk Clothing Store NY.9 He appeared on the census of 1880 at Utica, Oneida, New York; William SCRANTON     Self     61     NY     Occ:     Merchant Tailor     Fa: NY     Mo: NY
Elexa SCRANTON     Wife          58     NY     Occ:     Keeping House     Fa: VT     Mo: NY
George SCRANTON     Son     30     NY     Occ:     Telegrapher     Fa: NY     Mo: NY
Sarah SCRANTON     DauL          28     NY          Fa: SCOTLAND     Mo: ENGLAND
William SCRANTON     GSon     8     NY     Occ:     School     Fa: NY     Mo: NY
Bridget GANON     Other     F     S     W     29     IRELAND     Occ:     Servant.10 He lived in 1887 at 33 Court St., Utica, Oneida, New York; Name: William H. Scranton
Location 1: 60 Genesee
Location 2: 33 Court
Occupation: clothing
Year: 1887
City: Utica
State: NY.11

Children of William Harrison Scranton and Elexey Ann Bond

Citations

  1. [S15] LDS Family Search, online Familysearch.com.
  2. [S183] Utica Herald-Dispatch.
  3. [S198] Utica Daily Press, Aug. 2, 1892, will admitted to probate.
  4. [S177] Utica Weekly Herald, July 26, 1892 p 7.
  5. [S69] 1850 Census.
  6. [S113] UTICA CITY DIRECTORY 1858-59, SCRANTON, William H., clothing merchant, 32 Genesee, h 24 Spring.
  7. [S87] 1860 Census.
  8. [S85] Unknown subject, THE BLEECKER STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, UTICA, N.Y.

    SOURCE: Extracted from the book, "A Quarter of a Century," A Sermon, preached to The Bleecker Street Baptist Church, on the First Sabbath in January, 1867, by D. G. Corey, Pastor, Utica, N.Y., Griffith & Warren, Printers, 1867.

    , Bleeker Baptist Church.
  9. [S3] 1870 Census.
  10. [S84] 1880 Census.
  11. [S110] Utica City Directories.

Eunice Marks

F, b. before 1775, d. between 1820 and 1830
     Eunice Marks was born before 1775; The eldest female in this household is listed as greater than 45 years old. Assuming the female is the mother of Matilda, who resides next door, it would be Eunice.1 She married Robert Marks before 1790.2 Eunice Marks died between 1820 and 1830 at Probably Burlington, Otsego, New York.1

Child of Eunice Marks and Robert Marks

Citations

  1. [S89] 1820 Census.
  2. [S91] 1800 Census.

Robert Marks

M, b. between 1765 and 1775
     Robert Marks was born between 1765 and 1775; The eldest male in the Robert Marks household is listed in 1830 census as between 60 and 70 years old.1 He married Eunice Marks before 1790.2
     Robert Marks appeared on the census of 4 August 1800 at Canaan, Columbia, New York; Robert Marks:
Males:
<10 1 Unknown
10-16-0
16-26-1 Robert
26-45-0
>45-0
Females:
<10-4 Matilda, 3 others
10-16-1 Unknown
16-26-0
26-45-2 Eunice and Unknown
>45 )

Next household is William Marks:
Males:
<10 0
10-16-1
16-26-0
26-45-0
>45-1
Females:
<10-0
10-16-0
16-26-1
26-45-0
>45-1.2 He appeared on the census of 6 August 1810 at Canaan, Columbia, New York; Robert Marks:
Males:
<10 1 Probably the William listed as 49 in the 1850 census
10-16 0
16-26 0
26-45 1 Robert
>45 0
Females
<10 4 Matilda should be 12
10-16 0
16-26 1
26-45 1
>45 0


Montgomery, Orange Co., NY
Robert Marks:
Males:
<10 2
10-16-0
16-26-1
26-45-2
>45
Females:
<10-0
10-16-1
16-26-1
26-45-1
>45-0
Other-0.3 He appeared on the census of 7 August 1820 at Burlington, Otsego, New York; Robert Marks:
Males:
<10 1
10-16-0
16-18-0
16-26-1
26-45-0
>45-1
Females
<10-2
10-16-1
16-26-0
26-45-1
>45-2
Others-0-0-0-0

Next door is Lyman Scranton and family.4 He appeared on the census of 1 June 1830 at Burlington, Otsego, New York; Males:
<5-0
5-10-0
10-15-0
15-20-1
20-30-0
30-40-0
40-50-0
50-60-0
60-70-1
70-80-0
80-90-0
90-100-0
>100-0
Females
<5-0
5-10-1
10-15-0
15-20-0
20-30-1
30-40-0
40-50-0
59-60-0
60-70-0
70-80-0
80-90-0
90-100-0
>100-0.1

Child of Robert Marks and Eunice Marks

Citations

  1. [S88] 1830 Census.
  2. [S91] 1800 Census.
  3. [S90] 1810 Census.
  4. [S89] 1820 Census.

Matilda Marks

F, b. 26 December 1798, d. 15 August 1870
     Matilda Marks was born on 26 December 1798 at Columbia, New York, USA.1,2 She was the daughter of Robert Marks and Eunice Marks. Matilda Marks married Lyman Scranton, son of Stephen Scranton and Asseneth Wright, on 4 September 1818.3 Matilda Marks died on 15 August 1870 at Utica, Oneida, New York, at age 71.4
     She was Calvary Episcopal.4 She appeared on the census of 20 June 1870 at Household 329-432, Ward 2, Utica, Oneida, New York; Living with son, Francis and Sarah:
Scranton, Matilda, 72, no occupation, $6000, $1000, NY
Francis 35, Carpenter, NY
Sarah 30, Keeping house, Conn.
Albert L. 5, NY
Nettie 3 NY
Cass, Emma, 26 VT
William, 19, clerk in tobacco store NY.5

Children of Matilda Marks and Lyman Scranton

Citations

  1. [S9] Rev. Erastus Scranton, A genealogical register of the descendants of John Scranton of Guilford, Conn., who died in the year 1671, The Scranton History clearly states that Matilda was b. in Providence, R.I., however every census gives her place of birth as NY, and all of her children's census entries state that their mother was b. NY.
  2. [S117] 1855 New York State Census.
  3. [S9] Rev. Erastus Scranton, A genealogical register of the descendants of John Scranton of Guilford, Conn., who died in the year 1671.
  4. [S106] Calvary Episcopal Death Records, New Hartford, NY, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyoneida/
  5. [S3] 1870 Census.