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Descendants of Elijah Farrington

Generation No. 1

1.  ELIJAH9 FARRINGTON  (JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 16 Aug 1781 in Jacksonville, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 27 Aug 1861 in Fishkill, Dutchess Co., NY.  He married PHOEBE HOWE 19 Feb 1804 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY, daughter of LEBBEUS HOWE and ANNA AUSTIN.  She was born 28 May 1785 in Carmel, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 15 May 1857 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY.

Notes for ELIJAH FARRINGTON:

Elijah served in the War of 1812.

Notes for PHOEBE HOWE: Living with son, Abraham 1850 Fed. Census, Dutchess Co., New York family 31016.

Children of ELIJAH FARRINGTON and PHOEBE HOWE are:

                   i.    MARY10 FARRINGTON, b. 31 Jan 1805, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY; d. 16 Jun 1885, Ulysses, Tompkins Co., , NY; m. UNKNOWN HOWE; d. Bef. 1880, Tompkins Co., New York.

2.               ii.    WILLIAM FARRINGTON, b. 15 Nov 1806, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY; d. 25 Sep 1892, Jacksonville, Dutchess Co., NY.

                 iii.    LAWREN FARRINGTON, b. 15 Feb 1809, Middletown, Delaware Co., NY; d. 12 Mar 1895, Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY.   Never married.

1880 United States Census

Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

 Mary HOWE   Self   W   Female   W   75   NY   Keeping House   NY   NY

 Lawron FARRINGTON   Brother   S   Male   W   72   NY   Laborer   NY   NY

Census Place Ulysses, Tompkins, New York --  Fam Hist Lib Film   1254938

  NA Film   T9-0938 --Pg  370A

3.              iv.    ANNA FARRINGTON, b. 25 Jul 1811, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY; d. 16 Jun 1894, Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY.

4.               v.    PETER H. FARRINGTON, b. 13 Feb 1814, Kent, Putnam Co., NY; d. 26 May 1893, Ulysses, Tompkins Co.,  NY.

                 vi.    JENNETT FARRINGTON, b. 28 Jun 1817, Fishkill, Dutchess Co., NY; d. 06 Aug 1846, Pleasany Valley, NY.

5.             vii.    ABRAHAM FARRINGTON, b. 16 Feb 1820, Fishkill, Dutchess Co., NY; d. 06 Sep 1899, Shelby, Ohio.

6.            viii.    MATTHEW FARRINGTON, b. 18 Sep 1822, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY; d. 16 May 1892, Denver, Iowa.

                  ix.    MARTHA FARRINGTON, b. 18 Sep 1822, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY; d. 05 Feb 1870, Wappingers Falls, Dutchess Co., NY.   Living with brother Abraham, 1850, Dutchess Co., New York

7.                x.    WALTER FARRINGTON, b. 17 Oct 1829, LaGrange, Dutchess Co., NY; d. 15 May 1892, Denver, Iowa.

8.               xi.    JOHN MARTIN FARRINGTON, b. 03 Apr 1833, Fishkill, Dutchess Co., New York; d. Aft. 1907, Binghamton, Broome Co., NY.

Generation No. 2

2.  WILLIAM10 FARRINGTON (ELIJAH9, JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 15 Nov 1806 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 25 Sep 1892 in Jacksonville, Dutchess Co., NY.  He married CATHERINE UNKNOWN Abt. 1833 in Dutchess County, New York.  She was born Abt. 1812 in Dutchess  County, New York.

Children of WILLIAM FARRINGTON and CATHERINE UNKNOWN are:

                   i.    GEORGE K.11 FARRINGTON, b. Abt. 1837, Dutchess  County, New York.

                  ii.    WARNER G. FARRINGTON, b. Abt. 1840, Dutchess  County, New York.

                 iii.    MARTHA M. FARRINGTON, b. Abt. 1845, Dutchess  Co., New York.

3.  ANNA10 FARRINGTON (ELIJAH9, JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 25 Jul 1811 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 16 Jun 1894 in Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY.  She married JAMES C. NOXON 19 Jan 1832 in Dutchess Co., NY, son of JAMES NOXON and CYNTHIA VERMILYA.  He was born 09 Nov 1805 in Dutchess  Co., NY, and died 14 Mar 1887 in Tompkins Co., NY.

Notes for ANNA FARRINGTON:
Buried Speedsville, Town of Caroline,Tioga Co., New York

Notes for JAMES C. NOXON:
1860 United States Federal Census
 Name: James Noxon
Age in 1860: 53           Birth Year: abt 1807
Birthplace: New York
Home in 1860: Caroline, Tompkins, New York
Post Office: Caroline Center
Household Members: Name Age
James Noxon 53 
Anna Noxon 47
Lawren Noxon 19 
Gordon Noxon 16
Alice Noxon 11 
Phebe Noxon 14 

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1870 United States Federal Census
Name: James Noxon
Est birth year: abt 1805      Age in 1870: 65     Birthplace: New York
Home in 1870: Caroline, Tompkins, New York
Post Office: Speedsville 

He, Anna, and dghtr, Phebe, on their farm, next door is Lawren, Bertha, Gardner and Effie.  I believe it is this family farm that burned, when they lost just about everything.

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1880 United States Census:    Census - Ithaca, Tompkins, New York

Fam Hist Lib Film   1254938 -- NA Film  T9-0938

Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

 James NOXAN   Self   M   Male   W   74   NY      NY   NY
 Anna NOXAN   Wife   M   Female   W   68   NY   Keeping House   NY   NY

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James Noxon buried Speedsville Cemetery, Tioga Co., NY.  His death certificate corroborate his parents names.  See also "Noxon Family" by France Walker  Stenburg.

Children of ANNA FARRINGTON and JAMES NOXON are:

9.                i.    HARRIET NEWALL11 NOXON, b. 29 Oct 1833, Dutchess  Co., NY; d. 20 Jul 1907, Tompkins or Tioga Co., NY.

                  ii.    WILLIAM ELMORE NOXON, b. 09 Aug 1835, Dutchess Co.,  New York; d. 18 Sep 1840, Tompkins or Tioga Co., NY - bur Speedsville Cem.

10.            iii.    ISAAC BEVAN NOXON, b. 24 Jun 1837, Dutchess Co.,  NY; d. 08 Aug 1914, Sing Sing, Westchester Co., NY.

11.            iv.    LAWEN FARRINGTON NOXON, b. 1841, Wappingers Falls, Dutchess Co., NY; d. 02 Apr 1917, Ithaca, Tomplins Co., NY.

                  v.    GARDNER A. NOXON, b. 06 Feb 1844, Dutchess  Co., NY; d. 12 Aug 1861, Ithaca, Tomplins Co., NY - Bur. Speedsville Cem..

12.            vi.    PHOEBE H. NOXON, b. 16 Jan 1846, Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY; d. 25 Jul 1928, Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.

                vii.    ALICE ANNA NOXON, b. 30 Oct 1849, Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY; d. 31 Jul 1887, Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY - Bur. Speedsville Cem.

4.  PETER H.10 FARRINGTON (ELIJAH9, JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 13 Feb 1814 in Kent, Putnam Co., NY, and died 26 May 1893 in Ulysses, Tompkins Co.,  NY.  He married ANN D. PIERSON 08 Nov 1838 in Tompkins Co., NY, daughter of JUBAL PIERSON and MARTHA DURYEA.  She was born 03 Dec 1818 in Ulysses, Tompkins Co., NY, and died May 1896 in Ulysses, Tompkins Co.,  NY.

Notes for PETER H. FARRINGTON:

1880 United States Census

Ulysses, Tompkins, New York

  Fam Hist Lib Film   1254938 --  NA Film T9-0938 --  Pg 368A

Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

 Peter H. FARRINGTON   Self   M   Male   W   64   NY   Farmer   NY   NY
 Anna D. FARRINGTON   Wife   M   Female   W   59   NY   Keeping House NY N
 Adie FARRINGTON   Dau   S   Female   W   21   NY      NY   NY
 Carrie FARRINGTON   GDau   S   Female   W   13   NY      NY   NY

Children of PETER FARRINGTON and ANN PIERSON are:

                   i.    FRANCIS11 FARRINGTON, b. 24 Aug 1840, Ulysses, Tompkins Co.,  NY; d. 18 Nov 1876.

                  ii.    MELISSA FARRINGTON, b. 17 Dec 1842, Ulysses, Tompkins Co.,  NY; d. Richmond, Ohio.

                 iii.    SIMEON DEWITT FARRINGTON, b. 28 Aug 1844, Ulysses, Tompkins Co.,  NY; d. 09 Oct 1922.

                 iv.    AMELIA FARRINGTON, b. 15 May 1852, Ulysses, Tompkins Co.,  NY; d. 02 May 1882, Corning, Iowa.

                  v.    MARY ADELAIDE NORTON FARRINGTON, b. 12 Jun 1857, Ulysses, Tompkins Co.,  NY; d. 17 Nov 1916, Portland, Oregon.

 5.  ABRAHAM10 FARRINGTON (ELIJAH9, JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 16 Feb 1820 in Fishkill, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 06 Sep 1899 in Shelby, Ohio.  He married ANNA (ANNIE) UNKNOWN Abt. 1860 in Ohio.  She was born 1837 in ohio.

 Notes for ABRAHAM FARRINGTON:

1880 United States Census
 Census Place Shelby, Richland, Ohio
 Family Hist Lib Film   1255061
 NA Film -   T9-1061 -  Page  207B

 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

 Abrm. FARINGTON   Self   M   Male   W   59   NY   Produce Dealer   NY NY
 Annie FARINGTON   Wife   M   Female   W   43   OH   Keeping House   IRE PA
 Mattie FARINGTON   Dau   S   Female   W   18   OH   Home   NY   OH
 Bina FARINGTON   Dau      Female   W   15   OH   Home   NY   OH
 Bertie FARINGTON   Dau   S   Female   W   9   OH      NY   OH
 Willie FARINGTON   Son   S   Male   W   7   OH      NY   OH
 Nellie FARINGTON   Dau   S   Female   W   2   OH      NY   OH

 Children of ABRAHAM FARRINGTON and ANNA UNKNOWN are:

                   i.    MATILDA (MATTIE)11 FARRINGTON, b. 1862, Ohio.

                  ii.    BINA FARRINGTON, b. 1865, Ohio.

                 iii.    BERTIE FARRINGTON, b. 1871, Ohio.

                 iv.    WILLIAM (WILLIE) FARRINGTON, b. 1873, Ohio.

                  v.    NELLIE FARRINGTON, b. 1878, Ohio.

6.  MATTHEW10 FARRINGTON (ELIJAH9, JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 18 Sep 1822 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 16 May 1892 in Denver, Iowa.  He married S. ANN UNKNOWN Abt. 1851 in Prob  New York State.  She was born Abt. 1825 in New Hampshire, and died in Prob. Iowa.

Notes for MATTHEW FARRINGTON  Listed as a teacher on the 1850 Dutchess Co. Census, when he was living with his brother, Abraham.

In 1880: United States Census, had moved to Iowa by c 1852, if Delia's birthplace is correct , may be other children married, out of household.

Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

 Mathew FARRINGTON   Self   M   Male   W   57   NY   Farmer   NY   NY
 S. Ann FARRINGTON   Wife   M   Female   W   55   NH   Keeping House   NH VA
 Delia J. FARRINGTON   Dau   S   Female   W   28   IA      NY   NH
 S. E. FARRINGTON   Son   S   Male   W   23   IA   Farm Labor   NY   NH
 Zanthe A. FARRINGTON   Dau   S   Female   W   18   IA      NY   NH
 Bezallel GEORGE   Other   S   Male   W   15   IA   Farm Labor   PA   NY

  Census  Jefferson, Bremer, Iowa
  Family Hist Lib Film   1254328
  NA FilmT9-0328 -- Page 293C

Children of MATTHEW FARRINGTON and S. UNKNOWN are:

                   i.    DELIA J.11 FARRINGTON, b. 1852, Iowa.

                  ii.    S.E. FARRINGTON, b. 1857, Iowa.

                 iii.    ZANTHE A. FARRINGTON, b. 1862, Iowa.

7.  WALTER10 FARRINGTON (ELIJAH9, JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 17 Oct 1829 in LaGrange, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 15 May 1892 in Denver, Iowa.  He married (1) SARAH UNKNOWN.    He married (2) ANNA L. WILLIS 18 Mar 1851 in Grafton , New York.  She was born 13 Apr 1837 in Grafton, and died 30 Oct 1917 in Cedar Falls, Iowa.

Notes for WALTER FARRINGTON: Was the oldest  practicing member of the Dutchess County Bar. He also wrote poetry, at one time a copy of a small book he did was in the hands of Edith Hazel Breckinridge Osborne.1880 United States Census

 Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

 Walter FARRINGTON   Self   M   Male   W   50   NY   Lawyer   NY   NY
 Sarah FARRINGTON   Wife   M   Female   W   47   NY   Keeping House   ENG ENG
 Cora FARRINGTON   Dau   S   Female   W   16   NY   Attends School   NY NY
 Jennie FARRINGTON   Dau   S   Female   W   11   NY   Attends School   NY NY
 Phebe NUTTALL   Niece   S   Female   W   22   NY      NY   NY
 Mary TAYLOR   SisterL   W   Female   W   63   ENG      ENG   ENG
 

 E.D. 62, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess, New York
 Fam Hist Lib Film   1254825
 NA Film Number   T9-0825
 Page   254C

Children of WALTER FARRINGTON and SARAH UNKNOWN are:

                   i.    CORA11 FARRINGTON.

                  ii.    JENNIE FARRINGTON.

Child of WALTER FARRINGTON and ANNA WILLIS is:

                 iii.    LANTHE ADA11 FARRINGTON, b. 30 Jun 1861, Denver, Iowa; d. 15 May 1922, Cedar Falls, Iowa; m. GEORGE BESH, 04 Jan 1893, Cedar Falls, Black Hawk, Iowa; b. Abt. 1859, Iowa.

8.  JOHN MARTIN10 FARRINGTON (ELIJAH9, JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 03 Apr 1833 in Fishkill, Dutchess Co., New York, and died Aft. 1907 in Binghamton, Broome Co., NY.  He married SUSAN UNKNOWN Abt. 1866 in Binghamton, Broome Co., New York.  She was born Abt. 1840 in Binghamton, Broome Co., New York.

Notes for JOHN MARTIN FARRINGTON:  John M. Farrington was a doctor, had served as a surgeon in the War of the Rebellion/Civil War--his letters use the former term.  He  practiced in Binghamton,  attended a conference in Paris after which he brought back a porcelain doll to  Margurite Breckinridge, his  great niece, on the occasion of her  birthday.   She was born at home, his signature is on her birth certificate.   The doll, named "Lillian" is currently owned by Desiree Elaine Stover ,7th great niece.  He also published a pamphlet 1892  outlining the family ancestors, with personal information . A copy of that, with a hand written letter dated 1907, is in the possession of Sheila Spencer Stover.

From the Tompkins Co. page:  US GenWeb Project:

The cemetery story below was borrowed from:

 A History of Trumansburg, New York, 1792-1967 by Lydia Sears, pages 35-36

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The cemetery, on Main Street east of the present Methodist Church was Presbyterian though all sects used it. In 1847, the Presbyterian Congregation purchased a tract of land comprising part of the present Grove Cemetery which it maintained until 1854 when a non-sectarian association was formed.

The moving of the gravestones from the Old cemetery was not carried out very carefully or thoroughly and the process continued over a number of years. Many of the original stones may be found in the northern section of Grove Cemetery in a little visited area.

The first burying ground was somewhere in the present area of Mrs. W.P. Biggs home. Its existence had been forgotten for many years until Dr. John M. Farrington, who had heard of it from Col. Camp, investigated in September 1876.

 He wrote, "Time and neglect have allowed the stones to fall over and they were densely covered with weeds and grass. Three only were standing.

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Chapter XIII            The Town of Ulysses
Town of Ulysses Taughannock, or Taghanic  Indian Villages
Goodwin's Point 1792 Abner Treman Updike Settlement
Trumansburgh 1805 Free Press Pamphlet Civil History
July list 1798 Town Supervisors Town Officers
First Schools Civil War Statistics
Trumansburgh Village Dewitt Clinton Philomathic Library
Masonic Lodges Fire Department Presidents of Village
Schools Fires Manufacturers
Post office Cemetery Mercantile Business
Mr. Camp Hotels P.H. Thompson 1836
Churches Jacksonville

TOWN OF ULYSSES

The Town of Ulysses is situated on the west bank of Cayuga Lake and is the northwestern town in Tompkins county. Its shore line on the lake is precipitous in many places, and the land rises gradually from the bluffs until it reaches a height of 600 feet above the lake, and then spreads into an undulating upland, constituting a beautiful and fertile farming section. The soil is a gravelly loam, admirably adapted for growing grains and grasses. The town contains 19,400 acres, by far the larger part (about 16,000) being improved. The only stream of importance is the Taghanic Creek which flows across the town from west to east. In the northern part is Trumansburgh Creek, and there are several smaller streams, on all of which are cascades. The celebrated Taghanic Falls , which are on the creek of that name and about a mile from the lake, is the highest perpendicular fall in this State. The stream flows through a gorge worn in the shale rock 380 feet deep, and the water drops over a harder limestone ledge 215 feet.1

The town of Ulysses embraces the site of one or two Indian villages which existed before the foot of the white man had impressed its soil. In GREENHALGH's account of a journey westward from Albany made in the summer of 1677, he says, that Indian villages were sixty miles southeast of ye Onondagas on Lake Tiohero (now Cayuga). Another early writer says  where Taghanic Creek empties into the Tiohero Lake the Indians had built a small town and were growing corn, beans and potatoes.  They had also apple trees on the rich flats of two and a half centuries' growth.

 While we may not readily agree with some of this statement, the site of the Indian village is well known, and was called by the name of the creek.   Its inhabitants escaped attention by Lieutenant Colonel DEARBORN in his raid from SULLIVAN's main army, on his return from the Genesee. There was also another Indian village near the site of Waterburg village.

The first white settlement in what is now the Town of Ulysses was, made by Samuel WEYBURN, who came with his wife and four children from Tioga Point  and built his log cabin at what has been known as GOODWIN's Point on the lake shore. His son, of the same name, was town clerk in 1812, but the elder WEYBURN removed away in a few years.

In the fall of 1792 Abner TREMAN and his brother-in-law, John McLALLEN, came to Ulysses. Mr. TREMAN had served in the Revolutionary war, and drew for his services lot No. 2 (640 acres), which tract embraced the site of Trumansburgh. He arranged with his brother Philip to come into the wilderness and clear a part of his land. Philip and his son Benjamin walked here from thirty mile, north of Albany, carrying their axes, provisions, etc. They built a little hut, cleared off about eight acres, and then returned to their eastern home. In the fall of the same year Abner came on, as before stated, burned the brush, piled the logs, sowed the land to wheat, and returned home. Originally from Columbia county, Mr. TREMAN had lived about a year in Chenango county, and in February, 1793, started from there with his wife and three children, and John McLALLEN, his wife's brother, and reached his settlement in March. They built their first log house near the creek. In the winter of 1794 he drove his oxen to the flats where Ithaca is situated to feed them on the marsh grass. Returning he stopped over night at Nathaniel DAVENPORT’s tavern on the West Hill. A heavy fall of snow came on with intense cold, and he started on foot about nine o'clock the next morning. The journey was a terrible one, and he reached WEYBURN's, at GOODWIN's Point, about midnight, but too near dead to enter the house. His cries were heard, however, and he was carried in. His feet were so badly frozen that one of them had to be amputated. In 1794 he built a small grist mill on the creek, and soon afterward erected a larger log house, in 1806 he built a frame house, Mr. TREMAN was a man of great force of character and left his mark upon the community which he founded. He died August 13, 1823, and his descendants are still living and occupying important places in the county, as elsewhere stated.

We quote the following from a historical sketch written by Dr. J. M. FARRINGTON in 1876, the memoranda for which he gathered largely from Hermon CAMP during his life, and is a description of Trumansburgh in 1805. As far as possible we have brought its statements down to the present time:

""The snow was about six inches in depth, and night overtook him before he reached the Pine Woods, which at that time extended to the Halseyville Creek. There was no real road, the smaller trees only were cut, and the road was very crooked or zigzag to avoid the larger trees. He was very weary and cold by the time he reached McLALLEN's tavern. As you come from Jacksonville on the hill east of Halseyville Creek, where the barns of Frank PEARSALL now stand, was a small frame house, occupied by Michael SNELL, who afterwards became justice of the peace. A log bridge crossed the Halseyville Creek, above where the dam now is. The road there wound through what at that time were extensive pine woods, towards Trumansburgh next on the road being a log one, near where A. J. HOWLAND now resides, and was occupied by a Mr. HAVENS. Another log house was located where J. D. GOULD's barn now stands, and was owned by Robert McLALLEN. There was about an acre of clearing surrounding each of these dwellings. The next house was the one built by the first settler, Abner TREMAN.

Going westward, the grist mill of Mr. TREMAN was the first structure, which stood on the site of the present stone mill of CLOCK & SMITH. Both the mill and dam were built of logs. The hillside slope leading to the mill was covered with large hemlock trees, girdled and dead. In the mill pond black ash trees were standing, but dead. A small frame house stood near where the bookstore now is [now a grocery]. Bethniel BOND had once kept a few goods there. A log potashery was standing where Samuel WILLIAMS's shop is, bordering on the mill pond. A Mr. CHEESMAN owned the establishment, and got water from the mill pond for its use. CHEESMAN was there, and made a little potash after Mr. CAMP came; but Esquire BOND was at that time living in Covert with his family on the place now owned by Stephen HORTON [now occupied by  CURTIS]. BOND still owned the little building before alluded to, but kept no goods after Mr. CAMP came. BOND was accustomed to take two or three barrels of potash to Utica with a horse and wagon to buy goods. Mr. TREMAN had then cleared on our present South street as far as where Linas WARING now lives, and John TREMBLY, a tailor, grandfather of the landlord of the TREMBLY House, lived there. The south road was opened as far as Deacon HAND's place, and there David ATWATER lived. Mr. ATWATER first settled where W. B. DUMONT now lives, near the Taghanic depot. The UPDYKE Settlement had occurred previously, and probably the road was opened from Glen Mills, as far as the log meeting house, which stood near the burying ground, on the farm now owned by Peter VAN LIEW. There was a road leading from this place to GOODWIN's Point, passing somewhere near the hill of the present road. There was no clearing the trees adjacent to the house were felled. TREMAN had cleared both sides of Main street to the creek, which was spanned by a bridge about where it now is. An old orchard on Mr. COREY's land, near the brickyard, marks the site of a house where Joshua HINCKLEY then lived. The only other building in that direction, which Mr. CAMP recollects, was near where Seymour BATES now lives. The timber growing was mostly beech, maple and basswood, while pine and hemlock covered the banks of the creeks and the land adjoining. On the west side of Trumansburgh Creek near where GOODYEAR's store now stands, John McLALLAN had just built a new tavern. It was a frame building, two stories high, the lower story dug back into the bank or hillside, and having a cellar at the rear part of it. The land was cleared upon the hill where the Phˆnix Hotel now stands, and also for a considerable distance beyond, so as to afford quite an extensive meadow, which was used also as a parade ground. Here Colonel CAMP trained his company of cavalry, sometimes three days in succession, with drills every day. Moses HARRIMAN had a little distillery below James L. STONE's present residence, where an old barn of James McLELLAN's (sic) has recently been taken away to make room for a new house. Dr. Peter ROSE lived near where GREGG's furnace now is. He was an excellent physician; but probably from his unfortunate proximity to said distillery, he, too, obtained supplies from there in too large quantities.

There was a small building standing on the site of the present dwelling recently occupied by John VAN DUYN, occupied by Merritt KING, and another where Albert STONE formerly lived. There was a road leading northward to where Deacon KING lived, and from there to the lake, as at present. Cayuga street vicinity was covered with trees; there was no road there.

A small frame house was standing on the hill where what has been known as the Esquire GLAZIER place is situated.    .   .   One half of that building was Colonel CAMP's first store. HENSHAW's family lived in the other half. There were some little clearings in the vicinity, but none of large extent.

HINCKLEY lived where BLUE's Corners now are, and Mr. EASLING, grandfather to James and Henry EASLING, lived where the grandsons now do. There were no buildings from HINCKLEY's to BOND's, which latter was the place that has been known as the NOBLE Farm. ""

 John M. Farrington

MEDICAL SOCIETY

List of Presidents of the Tompkins Medical Society:

 1862-3, Edward H. ELDRIDGE; 1864, John M. FARRINGTON; 1865, Richard LANING; 1866, C. C. COOK; 1867, T. S. BRIGGS; 1868, S. H. PECK; 1869, S. P. SACKETT; 1870-1 Henry B. CHASE

. A reorganization with changes in the constitution was effected in 1871, and in December of that year Dr. MOE, of Groton, was elected president; J. D. LEWIS, of Trumansburg, vice-president; S. P. SACKETT, of Ithaca, secretary; M. M. BROWN, of Ithaca, treasurer, and S. H. PECK, librarian. President for 1872-3, William R. FITCH; 1874, George RIGHTMIRE; 1875, A. J. WHITE; 1876-7, A. D. SIMONDS; 1878-9,

 J. M. FARRINGTON; 1880,         E. J. RITHWELL; 1881, J. WINSLOW; 1882, J. R. GREGORY; 1883,

 J. M. FARRINGTON; 1884-6,

 S. H. PECK; 1887, Judson BEACH; 1888, W. C. GALLAGHER; 1889, John WINSLOW; 1890, Eugene BAKER; 1891-3, John WINSLOW; 1894, C. P. BIGGS.

The regular members of this society in 1894 are Drs. E. BAKER, C. P. BIGGS, E. H. KYLE, E. MEANEY, S. H. PECK. S. P. SACKETT, J. WINSLOW, B. G. WILDER, E. H. HITCHCOCK, W. C. GALLAGHER, J. BEACH, J. E. BURR, J. P. FAHEY, J. M. POTTER, W. H. LOCKERBY. Honorary members: Drs. James LAW, S. H. GAGE, Mrs. GAGE.

Officers for 1894: President, C. P. BIGGS; vice-president, E. BAKER; secretary, J. M. POTTER; treasurer and librarian, E. MEANEY. Censors, E. BAKER, S. H. PECK, S. P. SACKETT, W. C. GALLAGHER, J. M. POTTER. Delegate to State society, B. G. WILDER.

The Homoeopathic Medical Society of Tompkins County

Children of JOHN FARRINGTON and SUSAN UNKNOWN are:

                   i.    IDA E.11 FARRINGTON, b. 1867, Binghamton, Broome Co., New York.

                  ii.    CYRUS H. FARRINGTON, b. 1872, Binghamton, Broome Co., New York.

Generation No. 3

9.  HARRIET NEWALL11 NOXON (ANNA10 FARRINGTON, ELIJAH9, JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 29 Oct 1833 in Dutchess  Co., NY, and died 20 Jul 1907 in Tompkins or Tioga Co., NY.  She married OLIVER P. (REV) LEGGE 15 Feb 1855 in Dutchess Co., NY, son of LEONARD LEGGE and EUNICE HAVEN.  He was born 01 Sep 1833 in Dutchess  Co., NY, and died 23 Jan 1898 in Tompkins or Tioga Cos., NY.

Notes for HARRIET NEWALL NOXON:

Buried Speedsville Cem.  Stone says wife of Oliver  Legge

Notes for OLIVER P. (REV) LEGGE:

1880 United States Census    Household:   Census - Caroline, Tompkins, New York
Family History Library Film   1254938      NA Film Number   T9-0938 --Page   5B
Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

 O. P. LEGGE   Self   M   Male   W   45   NY   Farmer   NY   NY
 Harriet LEGGE   Wife   M   Female   W   45   NY   Keeping House   NY NY
 Leonard LEGGE   Father   W   Male   W   90   MA      MA   MA
 Laura MACY   Other   S   Female   W   15   ENG   At School   ENG   ENG
 Chars. BOUTON   Other   S   Male   W   10   NY   At School   NY   NY

O.P  Legge buried Speedsville Cemetery, Town of Caroline, Tompkins Co., New York.

Stone says:  Capt. 109th Regiment, Civil War.

Children of HARRIET NOXON and OLIVER LEGGE are:

                   i.    INEZ A.12 LEGGE, b. 1856, Tioga Co., New York; d. 1863, Tompkins or Tioga Cos., NY.

                  ii.    ESTHER E. LEGGE, b. 1861, Tioga Co., New York; d. 1863, Tompkins or Tioga Cos.,  NY.

Buried Speedsville Cemetery, Tompkins  Co., New York

                 iii.    JAMES NOXON LEGGE, b. 1869, Tioga Co., New York; d. 1871, Tompkins or Tioga Cos., NY.

Buried Speedsville Cemetery.

10.  ISAAC BEVAN11 NOXON (ANNA10 FARRINGTON, ELIJAH9, JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 24 Jun 1837 in Dutchess Co.,  NY, and died 08 Aug 1914 in Sing Sing, Westchester Co., NY.  He married ESTELLE HALL Abt. 1857 in Dutchess Co., NY.  She was born Abt. 1845 in Dutchess  Co., NY.

Notes for ISAAC BEVAN NOXON:
1880 United States Census:   Census - Sing Sing, Westchester, New York
Fam Hist Lib Film   1254946
NA Film   T9-0946 --Page   133C

Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace -

 Isaac B. NOXON   Self   M   Male   W   42   NY   Cashier Nat. Bank   NY N
 Estille NOXON   Wife   M   Female   W   35   NY   Keeping House   NY NY
 Gracie T. NOXON   Dau   S   Female   W   11   NY   At School   NY   NY
 Maria CONELLY   Other   S   Female   W   35   IRE   Servant   IRE   IRE

Child of ISAAC NOXON and ESTELLE HALL is:

                   i.    GRACE12 NOXON, b. Abt. 1869, Dutchess  Co., NY; m. UNKNOWN PENTZ, Dutchess Co., New York; b. Abt. 1855, Dutchess  County, New York.

Notes for GRACE NOXON:

Joined the DAR, papers listed in DAR Vol. as to her lineage.

11.  LAWEN FARRINGTON11 NOXON (ANNA10 FARRINGTON, ELIJAH9, JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 1841 in Wappingers Falls, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 02 Apr 1917 in Ithaca, Tomplins Co., NY.  He married FRANCES BERTHA HAIGHT 30 Sep 1863 in Berkshire, Tioga Co., NY, daughter of SAMUEL HAIGHT and MARY CARPENTER.  She was born 25 Jan 1845 in Berkshire, Tioga Co., NY, and died 25 Feb 1936 in Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY.

Notes for LAWEN FARRINGTON NOXON:
1870 United States Federal Census
Name: Lawren Noxon
Est Birth Year: abt 1841   Age in 1870: 29 
Birthplace: New York 
Home in 1870: Caroline, Tompkins, New York
Post Office: Speedsville 
Household Members: Name Age
Lawren Noxon 29
Bertha Noxon 25 
Gardner Noxon 5 
Effie Noxon 3 

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 1880 United States Census
 Census: Ithaca, Tompkins, New York
 Fam Hist Lib Film   1254938
 NA Film   T9-0938 -- Page  232C

Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

 Lawren F. NOXON   Self   M   Male   W   39   NY   Flour-Feed Dealer   NY NY
 Bertha H. NOXON   Wife   M   Female   W   35   NY   Keeping House   NY NY
 Gordner J. NOXON   Son   S   Male   W   15   NY      NY   NY
 Effie E. NOXON   Dau   S   Female   W   13   NY      NY   NY
 Mary H. NOXON   Dau   S   Female   W   2   NY      NY   NY

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Children of LAWEN NOXON and FRANCES HAIGHT are:

                   i.    GARDNER JAMES12 NOXON, b. 05 Nov 1865, Berkshire, Tioga Co., NY; d. Aft. 1899.

Notes for GARDNER JAMES NOXON:

Supposedly ran away from home.  Family SAID they didn't know where he went, but information surfaced he was a teacher, had  been in Pennsylvania for awhile.  Letters now in possession of author corroborate he was in Pennsylvania, then a post card from when  in St. Louis, stating he had plans  to  head for California.

No records or information have  been found---a search of the varying census records through 1930 fail to show him, he may have changed his name.  His letters indicate  a tendency to make friends with strangers, allow them to pay his exepenses for trips, entertainment.  He was meeting up with one such gentleman during the  trek to St Louis, and on to California.

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1880 United States Federal Census
Name: Gordner J. Noxon
Home in 1880: Ithaca, Tompkins, New York
Age: 15  Est birth year: abt 1865
Birthplace: New York
Relation to head-of-household: Son
Father's name: Lawren F.   Father's birthplace: NY
Mother's name: Bertha H.   Mother's birthplace: NY
Marital Status: Single Race: White Gender: Male
Household Members: Name Age
Lawren F. Noxon 39 
Bertha H. Noxon 35
Gordner J. Noxon 15 
Effie E. Noxon 13 
Mary H. Noxon 2 

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                  ii.    EFFIE EDITH NOXON, b. 28 Aug 1867, Speedsville, Tompkins Co., NY; d. 02 Aug 1945, Austerlitz, Putnam Co., NY; m. ARTHUR GATES BRECKINRIDGE, s/oHENRY ADKINS BRECKINRIDGE, his wife, LYCY ANN GATES, his wife, LUC11 Feb 1889, Berkshire, Tioga Co., NY; b. 06 Aug 1864, Binghamton, Broome Co., NY; d. 10 May 1940, Colorado Springs, El Paso Co., CO.

Notes for EFFIE EDITH NOXON:

A tiny lady, with a  lovely,but sad,face.  According to her mother's journal, she was a school teacher,  only friends with the often visiting "Mr B"--whose sisters  also visited at length in the Noxon home. It did appear "Mr B" was more interested in pretty Effie than the other way around.

She was a talented artist-I have some of her handpainted china, collectibles---she was an adept seamstress, making her own clothes, dresses for her much younger sister, May.  She seemed to be active, out and about with, her friends, colleagues, and a caring daughter. sister. Her only granddaughters spent  many summers, vacations with her in Binghamton, but I never heard anything about the relationship between Effie, her own daughters.

I  remember the house up on the hill--the wide porch that overlooked  a large porotion of Binghamton. The yard was huge,dropped off sharply into a small ravine, where Effie (Gt. Grandma B)

1900 United States Federal Census Record
Name: Effie E Breckinridge
Home in 1900: Syracuse Ward 5, Onondaga, New York
Age: 33  --Estimated birth year: abt 1867 
Birthplace: New York
Relationship to head-of-house: Wife 

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1930 United States Federal Census Record
Name: Ellie (Effie) Breckinridge
Age: 63 --  Est birth year: abt 1867
Birthplace: New York
Relation to head-of-house: Head 
Household Members: Name Age
Ellie (Effie) Breckinridge 63 
Edith Breckinridge 37 

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Notes for ARTHUR GATES BRECKINRIDGE:  Reputedly one of the first Journalism graduates of Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY.  He was, for a time,  according to the journal of his mother in law,  a teacher. He  worked  for the Syracuse Herald - later the Syracuse Herald Journal - necessitating the family live in Syracuse.

On their return to Binghamton, Arthur worked for the old Binghamton Sun.  That didn't work out  well, he was, according to family lore, memory, considered "too liberal" and "socialist" in his views, writings, eventually moved to Staten Island, NY where he worked, wrote.

He was courtly, a "perfect gentleman", a great admirer of the ladies.  He wrote essays, poetry for all occasions, some of which have survived til now, as have numerous letters he wrote varying family members.   They show him to have been mannerly, complimentary, concerned, quick to give praise, gentle advice.  Even his  admonishments were couched in kind words, always supportive.

He obviously made excellent money--even during the 30s. It was his funds that supported/ helped support, his daughter, Margurite, her husband and daughters.  He paid often  for his other children, their families, also contributed greatly to the well being of his sisters, his nephew, Edward Graham.  The house up on Ross Park Dr, referred to as "Airy acres" was purchased by him,  put in the name of his wife,Effie.

When Arthur retired, he was not allowed to come home. (the  exact circumstances have not surfaced  - there was no scandal--the journal of Bertha Haight Noxen clearly shows it was  a marraige performed instantly due to her "death bed wish" which may have had some bearing once the children were out and on their own? (Bertha actually lived  into her 90s--however!) so,  it remains somewhat of a mystery/matter of  speculation..

Having read his letters, known how much he did for all his beloved family, the great joy he took in being with, socializing  among--them, I , personally wonder at the isolation in which he spent  the end of his life.

Arthur  went to the Union Printers Home in Colorado Springs, where he died.  His son, Bob,  brought him home,and he is buried in Spring Forest Cemetery with the rest of the Breckinridges. 

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Binghamton High School    Class of 1884
Valedictorian – Kittie V. Simmons

Salutatorian – Henry A. Stephens

Motto – Nulla dies sine linea

ARTHUR G. BRECKENRIDGE    2215 Clarendon Road, Brooklyn, New York.

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Binghamton, New York Directories, 1888-90 Record
Name: Arthur G. Breckinridge
City: Binghamton    State: NY
Occupation: reporter 
Year: 1888 
Business Name: Leader  (lead type setter--)
Location 2: boards 7 Arthur 

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Binghamton, New York Directories, 1888-90 Record
Name: Arthur G. Breckinridge
City: Binghamton    State: NY
Occupation: clerk
Year: 1889
Location 2: boards 7 Arthur 

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Binghamton, New York Directories, 1888-90 Record
Name: Arthur G. Breckinridge
City: Binghamton    State: NY
Occupation: editorial staff
Year: 1890
Business Name: Bing. Republican
Location 2: 84 Chapin 

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1900 United States Federal Census
Name: Arthur Breckinridge
Home in 1900: Syracuse Ward 5, Onondaga, New York
Age: 35    Estimated birth year: abt 1865 
Birthplace: New York
Relationship to head-of-house: Head
Spouse's name: Effie E
Household Members: Name Age
Arthur Breckinridge 35
Effie E Breckinridge 33
Marguerite Breckinridge 9
Edith Breckinridge 7
Robert N Breckinridge 4 

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1920 United States Federal Census Record
Name: Arthur G Breckinridge
Age: 55 years    --  Estimated birth year: abt 1865
Birthplace: New York
Home in 1920: Binghamton Ward 5, Broome, New York
Home owned: Own
Marital status: Married
Relation to Head of House: Head
Able to read: Yes     Able to Write: Yes
Mother's Birth Place: New York
Father's Birth Place: England
Image: 252 

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1920 United States Federal Census
Name: Arthur G Breckinridge
Home in 1920: Binghamton Ward 5, Broome, New York
Age: 55 years   Estimated birth year: abt 1865
Birthplace: New York
Relation to Head of House: Head 
Spouse's name: Effie S
Father's Birth Place: England
Mother's Birth Place: New York
Marital Status: Married
Home owned: Own
Able to read: Yes  Able to Write: Yes 
Image: 252 

Household Members: Name Age
Arthur G Breckinridge 55 
Effie S Breckinridge 55
Edith N Breckinridge 26 
Robert N Breckinridge 23 

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 1930, living in Brooklyn with his nephew, Edward Graham,  Arthur's occupation is listed as proof reader, New York Sun.

                 iii.    MAY (MARY?) HAIGHT NOXON, b. 25 Jul 1877, Berkshire, Tioga Co., NY; d. Aft. 1952, Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY.

Notes for MAY (MARY?) HAIGHT NOXON: Resided in the family home until  her death.  Supposedly did small historical tours.  It is my understanding the house was part of a Historic District, whether that was local or Federal, I have no idea (sss/fss)  I do remember my Mother going to visit there, in what I think was early 50s.  While at Charlotte Valley Central School, Davenport, NY, my social Studies teacher was Donald  Haight.  Altho he admitted we were kin,  knew who "Aunt May Haight" was, he would not share his family line, even when I was grown, married,  a mother, and wrote him on a couple occasions.

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1920 United States Federal Census
Name: Mary H Noxon
Home in 1920: Ithaca Ward 4, Tompkins, New York
Age: 42 years     Est Birth Year: abt 1878
Birthplace: New York
Relation to Head of House: Daughter
Father's Birth Place: New York
Mother's Name: Bertha H
Mother's Birth Place: New York
Marital Status: Single
Able to read: Yes     Able to Write: Yes 
Image: 759 

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1930 United States Federal Census
Name: May Noxon
Home in 1930: Ithaca, Tompkins, New York
Age: 52           Est Birth Year: abt 1878
Relation to Head of House: Daughter
Parent's Name: Bertha H

12.  PHOEBE H.11 NOXON (ANNA10 FARRINGTON, ELIJAH9, JOSEPH EMBREE8, JOSEPH EMBREE7, MATTHEW6, EDWARD (EDMUND)5, EDWARD 'EDMUND'4, CALDWELL3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born 16 Jan 1846 in Ithaca, Tompkins Co., NY, and died 25 Jul 1928 in Syracuse, Onondaga Co., NY.  She married ARCHIBALD (ARCHIE) ABRAMS Abt. 1874 in Tompkins Co., NY, son of HESTER UNKNOWN.  He was born Mar 1831 in Haverstraw, Rockland Co., NY, and died Aft. 1900 in Rockland Co., NY.

Notes for PHOEBE H. NOXON:

States, 1900, she is Mother to 8 children, 7 living as of that date.

Notes for ARCHIBALD (ARCHIE) ABRAMS:
1870 United States Federal Census
Name: Archable Abrams
Est Birth Year: abt 1832
Age in 1870: 38
Birthplace: New York
Home in 1870: Ramapo, Rockland, New York
Post Office: Monsey

Household Members: Name Age
Archable Abrams 38
Eliza Abrams 23    (is this a first wife???)
John W Abrams 5
Arminda Abrams 2 

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1880 United States Census

Name  Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

Archabald ABRAMS   Self   M   Male   W   49   NY   Laborer   NY   NY
Phoebe ABRAMS   Wife   M   Fem   W   43   NY   Keeping House   NY NY
John ABRAMS   Son   S   Male   W   15   PA      NY   NY
Arminda ABRAMS   Dau   S   Fem   W   12   NY      NY   NY
Sanford ABRAMS   Son   S   Male   W   4   NY      NY   NY
Alvin ABRAMS   Son   S   Male   W   2   NY      NY   NY

Census: District 1, Ramapo, Rockland, New York
Fam Hist Libr Film   1254924       NA Film   T9-0924 --  Pg    216C

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New York State Census Collection
Name: Archibald Abrams
RESIDENCE: Ramapo, Rockland, New York
Census Year: 1892
Birth Place: United States of America
Age: 61   Est Birth Year: abt 1831 
Page: 8       Roll: V14_304 

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1900 United States Federal Census
Name: Arch Abrams
Home in 1900: Ramapo, Rockland, New York
Age: 69           Est Birth Year: abt 1831
Birthplace: New York
Relationship to head-of-house: Head 
Spouse's Name: Pheby

Household Members: Name Age
Arch Abrams 69
Pheby Abrams 62
Irving Abrams 18
Alvin Abrams 22 

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Children of PHOEBE NOXON and ARCHIBALD ABRAMS are:

                   i.    SANFORD12 ABRAMS, b. Sep 1875, New York State; m. PHEBY A. UNKNOWN, 1898, Rockland Co., NY; b. Apr 1880, NY.  Living next door to brother, Irving, his wife, dghtrs 1910.

                  ii.    ALVIN ABRAMS, b. 31 Jul 1877, New York State; d. Aft. 1930, Spring Valley, NY; m. MATILDA (MARTHA) UNKNOWN; b. 1874, NY - parnts b. NJ; d. Bef. 1930, Spring Valley, NY.

Notes for ALVIN ABRAMS:
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Alvin Abrams
City: Not Stated 
County: Rockland
State: New York 
Birth Date: 31 Jul 1877  
Roll: 1818812 

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1930 United States Federal Census
Name: Alvin Abrams
Home in 1930: Spring Valley, Rockland, New York
Age: 53            Est Birth Year: abt 1877 
Relation to Head of House: Father 

Household Members: Name Age
Harold Abrams 28
Alvin Abrams 53 
Elizabeth Abrams 66 

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                 iii.    IRVING ABRAMS, b. 11 Jan 1881, Rockland Co., NY; d. Bef. 1930, Rockland Co., NY; m. ELLA (ALICE) UNKNOWN, 1901, Rockland Co., NY; b. 1878, NY; d. Aft. 1930, Rockland Co., NY.

 Notes for IRVING ABRAMS:

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
Name: Irving Abrams
City: Not Stated 
County: Rockland 
State: New York 
Birth Date: 11 Jan 1880
Roll: 1818812 
DraftBoard: 2 

Names wife, Ella, as contact.

WWI Civilian Draft Registrations
Name: Abrams, Irving
Birth Date: 11 Jun 1881
City/County: Rockland# 2 
State: NY 
Ethnicity: W 

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1920 United States Federal Census
Name: Irving Abrams
Home in 1920: Orangetown, Rockland, New York
Age: 37 years               Est Birth Year: abt 1883
Birthplace: New York
Relation to Head of House: Head 
Spouse's Name: Ella
Father's Birth Place: New York 
Mother's Birth Place: New York 
Marital Status: Married 
Home owned: Rent
Able to read: Yes 
Able to Write: Yes 
Image: 818 

Household Members: Name Age
Irving Abrams 37 
Ella Abrams 42
Stella Abrams 19 
Hazel Abrams 13 

 

 

 

 

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