Ada Goodrich1

F, b. 10 May 1795, d. 6 September 1826
     Ada was born on 10 May 1795 at Lanesboro, Massachusetts.2 She was the daughter of Thomas Goodrich. She married Abraham Hollis on 14 February 1816 at Lanesboro, Massachusetts.1 Ada died on 6 September 1826 at Sherburne, Chenango County, New York, at age 31.3

Children of Ada Goodrich and Abraham Hollis

Citations

  1. [S290] Hollis, Alonzo, Lisle Gleaner.
  2. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 43.
  3. [S373] Sherburne, Quarter Burying Ground.

Daniel Hollis

M, d. circa 1816
     Daniel in 1809 was a Juror in Sherburne, Chenango County, New York.

      Susanna was listed in Daniel's will and the land she acquired as Susanna Hollis was later sold to Mr. J. Lace. Her name on this transaction was Susanna Rogers.

      The Sherburne Quarter Cemetery is located north of town on the road to Earlville. The Hollis records are very much in evidence on the many tumbstones in this Cemetery. There is an old cemetery cast of Sherburne in which one or more Hollis has been buried. No stones were found in the East Sherburne Cemetery. He married Abigail Goodrich. He married Susanna NN----.1 Daniel was born. Daniel died circa 1816.2 Daniel had his will probated on 27 September 1816 at Sherburne, Chenango County, New York.

Child of Daniel Hollis and Abigail Goodrich

Citations

  1. [S547] Prob. will.
  2. [S374] Prob. Will 1816.

Thomas Goodrich

M, b. before 18 November 1753 (chr., d. 24 July 1831
     He married an unknown person .1 Thomas was born before 18 November 1753 (chr. at Middletown, Massachusetts. He was christened on 18 November 1753 at Middletown, Massachusetts.2,3 He was the son of James Goodrich and Susannah Hale. .4 Thomas died on 24 July 1831 at Lanesboro, Massachusetts.4

Children of Thomas Goodrich

Citations

  1. [S60] Lafayette Wallace M.D. Case, Goodrich Family in America, pg 111.
  2. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 43,.
  3. [S60] Lafayette Wallace M.D. Case, Goodrich Family in America, pg 66.
  4. [S59] Hale House, Jacobus/Waterman , pg 43.

Luman Sweetland1,2,3

M, b. 1788, d. 2 December 1865
     War of 1812 Served under Capt. Daid Seymour's Company, New York Militia

The War of 1812 is one of the forgotten wars of the United States. The war lasted for over two years, and while it ended much like it started; in stalemate; it was in fact a war that once and for all confirmed American Independence. The offensive actions of the United States failed in every attempt to capture Canada. On the other hand, the British army was successfully stopped when it attempted to capture Baltimore and New Orleans. There were a number of American naval victories in which American vessels proved themselves superior to similarly sized British vessels. These victories coming after victories in the Quasi War (an even more forgotten war) launched American naval traditions. Luman Sweetland was described as 5 feet, 8 inches, dark brown hair, blue eyes, light skin. Luman was born in 1788 at Plymouth, Litchfield County, Connecticut.4 He was the son of Jonah Swetland and Mary Harris. He married Catherine Clark on 22 October 1815 at Triangle, Broome County, New York.5 His body was interred in 1865 at South Street Cemetery, Barker, Broome County, NY. Luman died on 2 December 1865 at Barker Township, Broome, New York.6

Children of Luman Sweetland and Catherine Clark

Citations

  1. [S280] War of 1812, White, Virgil D.
  2. [S290] Hollis, Alonzo, Lisle Gleaner.
  3. [S577] Doug Sweetland, Swetland Fam 1560-1997, pg 304 + 362.
  4. [S312] Sweetland, Luman, War 1812 Pension.
  5. [S315] War of 1812 Pension, Clarke, Catherine.
  6. [S376] Pension Papers War of 1812, April 1878.

Catherine Clark1

F, b. circa 1796, d. 27 January 1879
     Catherine was born circa 1796. She was the daughter of Samuel Clarke and Rhoda Waugh. She married Luman Sweetland on 22 October 1815 at Triangle, Broome County, New York.2 Catherine died on 27 January 1879 at Barker Township, Broome, New York.3 Her body was interred in 1879 at South Street Cemetery, Barker, Broome County, NY.

Children of Catherine Clark and Luman Sweetland

Citations

  1. [S280] War of 1812, White, Virgil D.
  2. [S315] War of 1812 Pension, Clarke, Catherine.
  3. [S377] Surrogate's Court of the County of Broome Co., Petition 18 March 1881.

Samuel Clarke1,2

M, b. 2 February 1772
     Samuel was born on 2 February 1772. He was the son of NN---- Clarke. He married Rhoda Waugh. Marcus Hart was one of the first, perhaps there very first settler of the hill, and lived in a log house which stood on the south side of the road near the corners. He set out the orchard now owned by Charles Johnson. As his death approached he made a special request to be buried between two of the apple trees, which was fulfilled. Decaon William G. Shuart came to this locality in 1835 and bought forty-eight acres of Samuel Clark and Samuel jr. and forty acres from Marcus Hart, just alluded to . It is believed that Hezekiah Austin first owned the Clark property. The two Clarks mentioned went to Michigan and died there. The old house standing back of Deacon Shuart's present dwelling was built by Marcus Hart; the present house was built in 1860. The old barn back of the old house has stood for many years, and was once used by the early stage drivers for an exchange stable. For many years a four-horse daily stage passed here each way. (Daniel Saxton was a native of Smithtown, LI came in 1823 (p. 356-357)



Timothy Clark came in and lived on what was long known as the Guy E. Baker estate; he became quite prominent and was a justice of the peace. His brother David Clark, commonly known as Colonel Clark, came about the same time and built where the widow R.E. Hall lived until recently. He started the tannery lately owned by Nathaniel Hays, and also built the first tavern in the place; it stood a little west of the site of the present hotel, and has been changed into a private dwelling occupied by G.G. Saxton. Colonel Clark sold out and went to Greene, where he died. these two brothers originally owned all of the land on which the village now stands and considerable surrounding-some 700-800 acres. The place was first called "Clark Settlement;" afterward "Clark's Corners".3 Samuel Clarke Sr. Came from broome Co., NY to Oakland Co. Michigan, then to "Kearsley Twp. in Genesee co. (1840 census.)4

Children of Samuel Clarke and Rhoda Waugh

Citations

  1. [S606] Letter, unknown author to unknown recipient, 1935.
  2. [S607] H.P. Smith, Hist of Broome Co, p.356.
  3. [S607] H.P. Smith, Hist of Broome Co, p. 356.
  4. [S605] Perry, Perry Archives-Genesse County, MI.

Rhoda Waugh

F, b. circa 1781
     Rhoda was born circa 1781 at Litchfield, Connecticut.1,2 She was the daughter of Capt. Alexander Waugh and Elizabeth Throop. She married Samuel Clarke.

Children of Rhoda Waugh and Samuel Clarke

Citations

  1. [S76] Camden, NY, Microfiche , pg 502.
  2. [S602] Census Clark, 1850 NY , Name: Rhoda Clarke Age: 79 Estimated birth year: abt 1771 Birth place: Connecticut Gender: Female Home in 1850
    (City,County,State): Flushing, Genesee, Michigan Page: 237 Roll: M432_350.

Alvan Sweetland

M, b. 1817, d. 14 March 1876
     He married Emeline Dickinson. Alvan was born in 1817 at Barker Township, Broome, New York. He was the son of Luman Sweetland and Catherine Clark. Alvan died on 14 March 1876 at Barker Township, Broome, New York.

Anson Sweetland

M, b. 10 January 1818, d. 19 February 1901
     He married Elizabeth Abbott. Anson was born on 10 January 1818 at Barker Township, Broome, New York. He was the son of Luman Sweetland and Catherine Clark. Anson died on 19 February 1901 at Triangle, Broome County, New York, at age 83.

Mary Sweetland

F, b. circa 1820
     She married Silas Hayes. Mary was born circa 1820 at Barker Township, Broome, New York. She was the daughter of Luman Sweetland and Catherine Clark.

Rhoda Sweetland

F, b. 1821
     Rhoda died. She married Cyrus Burdick. Rhoda was born in 1821 at Barker Township, Broome, New York. She was the daughter of Luman Sweetland and Catherine Clark. Her body was interred on 6 December 1889 at Triangle, Broome County, New York.

Ira Sweetland

M, b. March 1822, d. 4 November 1904
     Ira was born in March 1822 at Barker Township, Broome, New York. He was the son of Luman Sweetland and Catherine Clark. He married Amanda Gross on 4 January 1848. Ira died on 4 November 1904 at Greene, Chenango Co., New York, at age 82.

Freeman B. Sweetland

M, b. 26 February 1828, d. 8 August 1906
     He married Calphronius Holcomb. Freeman was born on 26 February 1828 at Barker Township, Broome, New York. He was the son of Luman Sweetland and Catherine Clark. Freeman died on 8 August 1906 at Sayre, Bradford County, Pennsylvania, at age 78.

Warren Clark

M, b. September 1837, d. 1923
     Warren was born in September 1837 at New York.1 He was the son of Edward Clark and Mariah Baker.
     
     
      D.J. Van Auken and Freegift Tuthill opened a store about 1850 in New Hope, N.Y., and kept it a little more than a year. Peter H. Van Schoick opened one about 1853, and kept it a little more than two years, when he removed his goods to Sempronius. He was succeeded by Warren S. Clark, a native of Sempronius, whence he came in 1858, and commenced the business he still continues.
     
     
      Warren S. Clark's saw and cider-mill, a half mile below the village, contains one muley saw, a planing-mill, shingle mill, lath saw and heading turner. The works are propelled by water from Bear Swamp Creek, with a thirty feet head. Mr. Clark has this fall introduced machinery for the manufacture of butter firkins.
     
     

Warren Clark died in 1923 at Bur Glenwood Cemetery, Homer, NY.

Citations

  1. [S220] Census Clark, 1850 NY.

Emiline Clark

F, b. 12 July 1838
     Emiline was born on 12 July 1838 at New York.1 She was the daughter of Edward Clark and Mariah Baker.

Citations

  1. [S220] Census Clark, 1850 NY.

Betsy Clark

F, b. 1841
     Betsy was born in 1841 at New York.1 She was the daughter of Edward Clark and Mariah Baker.

Citations

  1. [S220] Census Clark, 1850 NY.

Lucinda Clark

F, b. 1846
     Lucinda was born in 1846 at New York.1 She was the daughter of Edward Clark and Mariah Baker.

Citations

  1. [S220] Census Clark, 1850 NY.

NN---- Clark

M
     NN---- died.

Child of NN---- Clark

Jonas Baker

M, b. 12 May 1791, d. 25 September 1884
     Jonas was born on 12 May 1791 at Killingly, Connecticut.1,2 He was the son of Jonas Baker and Polly NN----.
     
     
      Jonas Baker, who was born in Connecticut in 1791, also came in 1813. He was a soldier in the war of 1812, and is now living on lot 40, a little east of New Hope (1789 History of Cayuga County, NY, pg 445)

      Jonas Baker, son of Jonas and NN---- Baker and grandson of Thomas and Rebecca (Kelsey) Baker. He served in the war of 1812 at New London, Connecticut as a private in Capt. Solomon Sikes's Company, Col. Williams' Regiment of Connecticut Militia from June 21 to July 15, 1813 His certificate of pension for this service is number 25, 538 and was received long after the war when he was living in New Hope, New York, age 88 years old and almost blind. In 1815 this family went westward with their first baby (Wilbur), travelling in a covered wagon and settled in Sempronius, Cayuga County, New York. He was a prosperous farmer and in 1879 resided on lot 40, containing 81 acres, located a little east of New Hope (Niles), New York.

He married Phebe Smith circa 1814. Jonas died on 25 September 1884 at New Hope [Niles], New York, at age 93.3

Children of Jonas Baker and Phebe Smith

Citations

  1. [S378] Killingly Vital Records Vol 1 pg 256,.
  2. [S221] Baker, 1850 Census.
  3. [S80] Warren, Arthur, Foster, Warren W. , (ADDENDA BY FLORENCE ASHLEY).

Phebe Smith

F, b. 1796, d. 8 May 1881
     Phebe was born in 1796 at Killingly, Connecticut.1,2 She was the daughter of Abijah Smith and Lydia Warren. She married Jonas Baker circa 1814. Phebe died on 8 May 1881 at New Hope [Niles], New York.3

Children of Phebe Smith and Jonas Baker

Citations

  1. [S80] Warren, Arthur, Foster, Warren W. ,,.
  2. [S221] Baker, 1850 Census.
  3. [S80] Warren, Arthur, Foster, Warren W. , (Addenda by Florence Ashley).

Rose Crocker

F, b. 9 November 1795
     Rose died. Rose was born on 9 November 1795 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Morton Crocker and Elizabeth Scudder.

Citations

  1. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 122.

Ebenezer Crocker

M, b. 12 June 1797
     Ebenezer died. Ebenezer was born on 12 June 1797 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Morton Crocker and Elizabeth Scudder.

Citations

  1. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 122.

George Crocker

M, b. 20 March 1799
     George was born on 20 March 1799 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Morton Crocker and Elizabeth Scudder. George died at West Indies.1

Citations

  1. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 122.

Catherine Crocker

F, b. 15 January 1801
     Catherine died. Catherine was born on 15 January 1801 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Morton Crocker and Elizabeth Scudder.

Citations

  1. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 122.

Asa Crocker

M, b. 5 July 1804
     Asa died. Asa was born on 5 July 1804 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Morton Crocker and Elizabeth Scudder.

Citations

  1. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 122.

Joseph Crocker

M, b. 22 September 1806
     Joseph was born on 22 September 1806 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Morton Crocker and Elizabeth Scudder.

Citations

  1. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 123.

Ezekiel Crocker

M, b. 4 November 1808, d. 9 April 1831
     Ezekiel was born on 4 November 1808 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Morton Crocker and Elizabeth Scudder. Ezekiel died on 9 April 1831 at "Warrior" at age 22.1

Citations

  1. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 123.

Elizabeth Crocker

F, b. 4 July 1811
     Elizabeth was born on 4 July 1811 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 She was the daughter of Morton Crocker and Elizabeth Scudder.

Citations

  1. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 123.

Joseph Crocker

M, b. 15 April 1748, d. 3 July 1825
     His body was interred at in Marston Mills Cemetery. Joseph was born on 15 April 1748 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.1 He was the son of Benjamin Crocker and Bethsheba [Barshua] Hall. He married Mary Hinckley in April 1770 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts.2





Taken from Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, - Vol. I-XVII

Name:
Crocker, Joseph.
Source Info:
Volume 4 page 123
Information:
Crocker, Joseph. Capt. Micah Hamlen's (Matross) co., Col. Nathaniel Freeman's regt; service, 8 days, on an alarm at Dartmouth, Bedford and Falmouth, in Sept., 1778; also, Private, Capt. Hamlen's detachment from militia of the town of Barnstable, Col. Freeman's regt; service, 2 days, guarding prisoners belonging to British ship “Somerset” from Barnstable to Sandwich and Plymouth, Nov. 9, 1778; also, Corporal, Capt. Hamlen's co., Col. Freeman's regt; service, 3 days, on an alarm at Falmouth in March, 1779; also, same co. and regt; service, 2 days, on an alarm at Falmouth in April, May or Sept., 1779

In 1779, the British ship-of-war Somerset was stranded, and cast away on the back side, near Truro. The crew were taken as prisoner, and marched through this town on their way to Boston. They were supplied with provisions, which were paid for by the government.
The number of men required of the town for the continental service was enlisted, and ten silver dollars paid to each of them, in addition to the government wages.

Joseph Crocker began military service on 6 September 1778 at Crocker, Joseph. Private, Capt. Ebenezer Jenkins's co., Col. Freeman's regt; service, 10 days, on an alarm at Falmouth and Dartmouth Sept. 6, 1778. Roll dated Barnstable.. Joseph died on 3 July 1825 at Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, at age 77.2

Children of Joseph Crocker and Mary Hinckley

Citations

  1. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 48.
  2. [S48] Crocker Genealogy, Walter, William A. , pg 78.