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THE THOMAS BARBER GENEALOGY
Formerly, The CONNECTICUT BARBERS

Genealogy of the Descendants of Thomas Barber of Windsor Conn.
This is the Third Edition, now entirely on-line. All of the additions and corrections are being transferred into this book from their present location, at “Additions and Corrections”.
A list of references and abbreviations is given on a separate page.

Part 7

Families 354-399
INDEX

Heads of family; birth year; family number:

Aaron, 1795, 356

Abi O, 1831, 376

Abner K, 1818, 389

Abraham J, 1828, 389

Alfred E, 1837, 363

Alice, 1847, 362

Alsen, 1812, 360

Alva, 1791, 383

Amanda C, 1848, 363

Amos M, 1800, 387

Ansel, 1804, 359

Benjamin, 1808, 391

Benjamin F, 1838, 360

Benjamin O, 1848, 391

Beriah, 1795, 389

Calvin, 1804, 366

Calvin O, 1817, 366

Calvin S, 1843, 376

Caswell, 1842, 375

Celestia, 1836, 392

Charles, 1838, 370

Charles B,1839, 376

Charles H, 1839, 398

Charles S, 1834, 366

Chauncey, 1810, 370

Chester, 1810, 363

Clamenza A, 1832, 394

Clara, 1850, 362

Daniel J, 1836, 397

Edward A, 1826, 371

Edwin L, 1831, 372

Edwin N, 1806, 354

Electa, 1833, 367

Elias W, 1844, 380

Elijah, 1867, 398

Elisha W, 1810, 381

Eliza A, 1844, 361

Elizabeth, 1825, 379

Eron A, 1845, 392

Francis B, 1801, 367

Frank J, 1864, 397

Franklin, 1852, 362

George, 1808, 380

George C, 1809, 393

George T, 1850, 393

Grandison, 1793, 369

Hallett, 1798, 379

Harlow, 1798, 372

Hattie S, 1860, 393

Heman H, 1801, 386

Horace A, 1811, 382

Humphrey H, 1853, 386

James, 1829, 378

James H, 1842, 364

James N, 1800, 357

James W, 1797, 399

Jared B, 1793, 371

Jarvis, 1804, 373

Jarvis E, 1837, 375

Jeannette P, 1834, 370

John, 1794, 378

John S, 1820, 355

Joseph, 1807, 395

Joseph A, 1813, 390

Joseph A,1839, 390

Joseph B, 1800, 358

Julia G, 1828, 385

Leonora A, 1840, 392

Levi, 1815, 389

Levi K, 1815, 362

Louisa J, 1834, 394

Lovina, 1820, 379

Lucie A, 1818, 383

Lucretia, 1827, 388

Luman, 1793, 384

Lyman, 1830, 361

Marian E, 1835, 392

Marinda, 1820, 389

Mary, 1820, 369

Mary E, 1855, 354

Mary J, 1835, 381

Mary L, 1849, 382

Mary M, 1829, 365

Merritt W, 1835, 391

Minerva B, 1829, 361

Myron F, 1811, 377

Nancy, 1841, 393

Nealie, 1846, 363

Noel, 1805, 392

Olive, 1843, 393

Orlena, 1853, 393

Orrin, 1807, 361

Orrin T, 1805, 394

Ralph, 1795, 385

Rhoda V, 1853, 390

Roswell M, 1803, 376

Russell, 1810, 374

Ruth A, 1845, 393

Samuel C, 1795, 365

Samuel C, 1804, 388

Serepta H, 1817, 368

Sophronia A, 1835, 376

Stephen S, 1812, 375

Sullivan T, 1834, 395

Sylvester, 1845, 376

Sylvester A, 1813, 396

Theresa, 1841, 392

Theron L, 1857, 376

Thomas, 1788. 368

Urania, 1831, 379

Wanton C, 1847, 360

William B, 1834, 389

William H, 1869, 364

William P, 1837, 399

Zelpha, 1850, 362

SPOUSES, Birth date, Family number:

Barber, Mercy, 1810, 359

Berry, Hannah A, 1822, 362

Bigelow, Ann E, 1823, 389

Blanchard, Lucy, 1837, 389

Bolton, John, 1824, 388

Boyd, Philo W, 1812, 383

Bratt, Mary A, 1816, 396

Bratton, Cyrus W, 1828, 393

Brockway, Isaac, 183?, 376

Brooks, William S, 184?, 393

Brown, Electa, 1809, 395

Brown, Ominda, 1805, 387

Brownell, Julia F, 1838, 397

Burgess, Jane, 1841, 390

Bushnell, David E, 1826, 392

Butler, Myranda O, 1811, 376

Callahan, Minerva J, 184?, 376

Carver, Sophia, 1811, 375

Case, Elsie, 1803, 372

Case, Sarah, 1804, 358

Chapman, Marvin, 1827, 394

Clark, David, 1839, 363

Clark, Helen J, 1853, 393

Clark, Matilda, 1843, 380

Cole, Orange, 1827, 361

Corey, Phoebe, 1818, 360

Crawford, Minerva, 1834. 389

Curtis, Lucy, 1813, 394

Cuykendall, Eunice A, 1856, 386

Danser, Hannah D, 1849, 376

Derthick, Caroline, 1831, 371

Dunn, William H, 1838, 392

Emery, Rose G, 1866, 391

Fisher, Pamela, 1816, 374

Fitch, Emeline C, 183?, 375

Francis, Laura, 1800, 369

Gardner, Merritt, 185?, 393

Gillett, Electa, 1791, 369

Goodwin, Chester, 1817, 369

Greenough, William P, 185?, 354

Guild, Jerusha, 1806, 386

Haley, Anna E, 1870, 398

Harringa, Emma, 1875, 364

Hatch, Edward, 1821, 368

Hawes, Alice A, 184?, 360

Henry, Robert, 183?, 361

Herold/Harrold, Anna M, 1860, 376

Hodge, Elizabeth M, 186?, 397

Hoover, Barbara A, 184?, 376

Houghton, George F, 1834, 381

Hubbard, Hannah, 1788, 368

Hull, Phebe L, 1793, 366

Humphrey, Susan, 1847, 373

Jameson, Rachel A, 1841, 372

Jennings, Clarissa, 1813, 390

Jewett, Julia C, 1843, 398

Johns, Mary, 180?, 388

Johnson, Jonas, 1825, 379

Kellogg, Lucy, 1792, 383

Knapp, George K, 1833, 370

Knapp, Willard, 1812, 389

Lee, Amanda, 1812, 363

Luce, Lyman, 1828, 367

McCabe, John J, 1841, 382

McClave, John C, 1849, 362

McManus, Mary, 1796, 378

Millard, Harry S, 187?, 397

Millman, Norman, 183?, 392

Moulton, William, 185?, 390

Murlin, Hannah C, 1807, 388

Noyes, Nancy L, 1822, 355

Parker, Loraine, 1802, 399

Pitkin, Jennie L, 1843, 399

Prentice, Minda, 184?, 375

Ransom, Benjamin S, 1844, 362

Ransom, Electa, 1798, 365

Ransom, Rebecca, 1805, 367

Reed, Clarine E, 1822, 354

Reed, James C, 1832, 376

Roberts, Catherine E, 1831, 391

Root, Dora, 1855, 362

Rose, Sylvia, 1807, 361

Scribner, George Z, 185?, 393

Sherman, Delight, 181?, 374

Sherman, Selina A, 1820, 382

Stafford, Henry, 184?, 393

Steven, Nancy, 1802, 357

Stevens, Clarissa E, 184?, 376

Stites, William, 183?, 394

Sumner, Emeline E, 1844, 364

Suttenfield, Jane, 1817, 377

Sutton, Myron L, 1843, 361

Thompson, Abigail, 1841, 395

Thompson, Francena, 1819, 393

Thompson, Olive, 1816, 392

Thorp, Betsy, 179?, 356

Turner, Electia, 1799, 371

Tyler, Myron, 182?, 379

Van Buskirk, Cornelius, 1828, 385

Vining, Sarah E, 1802, 379

Waterbury, Emeline S, 1812, 381

Wetmore, Samuel W, 1832, 365

Wilcox, George, 1852, 362

Witham, Lewis, 1820, 379

Wright, Caroline, 1809, 391

Wright, Pliny, 184?, 392

Young, Roxanna, 1806, 373




SEVENTH GENERATION
354. EDWIN NOYES7 BARBER (Noyes6), b Groton CT 28 Nov 1806; d Marshall IL 4 Jul 1890; m Paris, Stark Co OH 11 Oct 1839 Clarine Elizabeth REED, b OH 14 Aug 1822, d 4 Apr 1885, daughter of Timothy and Elizabeth Franklin (BURDICK) REED, and granddaughter of Walter and Elizabeth (FRANKLIN) BURDICK, the same grandparents as Edwin, making them first cousins; r Paris, Stark Co OH, and Marshall, Clark Co IL.
Edwin was in the Union Army from Illinois during the Civil War. He was a farmer in civilian life. Clarine’s mother, widowed, lived with them in Marshall, Clark Co IL in 1870. Edwin was a clerk in 1860, a farmer later. [~1850,60,70,80 census: Marshall~] [~ IGI:OH; CT Hist Soc:Burdick Gen; CT State Lib:Dennison Gen; Gen & Biog of New London; Windsor Hist Soc:Manuscript; 1850 census:Marshall ~]

Children of Edwin and Clarine:

601 i NOYES8, b Paris 19 Jul 1840; m Sarah N ADAMS.

ii ADELAIDE R8, b Feb 1842; unmarried in 1900, she lived with her brother Noyes’ family in Howard, Elk Co KS. In 1910 she was

single, lived with her sister Mary GREENOUGH in Marshall IL.
iii ?WEM C (?sp), b IL 1843/4

iv HENRIETTA C8, b IL 16 Feb 1844; d Sep 1932; m Clark Co IL 16 May 1864 John SHAW, b York, Carroll Co IL 2 Oct 1837; d

Kansas City MO 28 May 1893, son of Nineveh and Mary (LATSHAW) SHAW; r Kansas City MO. John was a bookkeeper in

1870, and a plumber in 1880. [~ 1870,80,1900 census: Kansas City ~]

Children of Henrietta and John, born in Missouri:

i Edwin SHAW9, b Sep 1870; m Kansas City MO 9 May 1894 Mariam Carrie WEBSTER, b MO Dec 1870, daughter of

Samuel S (b Canada) and Mariam Jane (STEELE) (b KY) WEBSTER; r Independence MO in 1900, where Edwin was

a bookkeeper. In 1930 they were in Militia, Chatham Co GA, where Edwin was Secretary of a Lumber Company.


ii Earnest SHAW9, b Sep 1870; a bank clerk in Kansas City in 1900.

iii Nettie B SHAW9, b Sep 1875; d Marshall, Clark Co IL 1953; m Jackson Co MO 17 Nov 1897 Newton Truman BOOTH,

b IL 25 Aug 1865; d Marshall IL 8 Mar 1939, son of Lyman and Fayette Ann (WHITLOCK) BOOTH. Lived in

Marshall; Newton was a Clothing Merchant - called “Gents Furnishings” in 1920.


iv HERBERT8, b 16 Aug 1849; d 14 Jul 1853.

v MARY ELLEN8, b Marshall 26 Jul 1855; d Los Angeles CA; m 8 Dec 1874 William P GREENOUGH, b IL 1851/2, died before 1900, son of J K and Eliza ( ) GREENOUGH of Marshall, Clark Co IL. William was a dry-goods clerk. In 1910 Mary, a widow, lived in Marshall IL.

Children of Mary Ellen and William:

i Russell Barber GREENOUGH9, b IL 1877/8; d Marshall 17 Aug 1884.

ii Clarine GREENOUGH, b Marshall IL 18 Oct 1880; m Canton A DIXON, Lived in Marshall IL; Canton was a Retail Merchant of

Implements, and in 1920 was Proprietor of the Store.



355. JOHN STARR7 BARBER (Noyes6), b Groton CT 23 Apr 1820; d 15 Jan 1865 d off of Fort Fisher, New Hanover Co NC; buried at Groton; m Stonington CT (John “of Groton”) 2 Sep 1841 Nancy Lord NOYES of Stonington, b there 13 Mar 1822, daughter of Joseph and Eunice (CHESEBOROUGH) NOYES; r Groton. Nancy m/2 1866 Robert S TAYLOR. A Nancy BARBER, probably not the same Nancy, m 1852 Benjamin F HILLIARD.
John died in combat in the Civil War. He was on the ship Tosca, when its troops were called upon to storm Fort Fisher in North Carolina. [~ Barbour Index; CT church rec; Noyes Gen; CT State Lib:Chesebrough Gen; Gen & Biog of New London; Vital rec:No.Stonington; IGI:CT ~][~ Ancestry WorldTree: Tamara ONeal ~]

Children of John S and Nancy:

i MARY NOYES8, b Stonington, New London Co CT 22 Jul 1842; d 1910-1920; m North Stonington CT 15 Sep 1861 Henry Farley BENTLY, Jr, b North Stonington, New London Co CT 12 Oct 1838, d NJ before 1910, son of Henry F and Mary Haskell (WHEELER) BENTLY of North Stonington; r Meriden CT in 1880, Stonington in 1900. Harry was a single carpenter in 1860, but by 1880 he was a dentist. In 1900 he was a dentist in Jersey City NJ, divorced. [~ census; William Kennedy FamTree at ancestry.com ~]

Children of Mary and Henry:

i Mary Annette “Nellie” BENTLY9, b CT 1862/3; worked in a printing office.

ii Lucy Annie BENTLY9, b CT Sep 1866; m Charles A EBERHARDT; r NY.

iii Susie Tiffe BENTLY9, b CT 1869/70

iv Robert Thomas BENTLY9, b CT Sep 1872; d Chester, Middlesex Co CT 26 May 1958. He was a day laborer in 1900, Stonington.


v Billie P BENTLY, b CT 1873/4

vi Lillian Fedora BENTLY9, b CT Sep 1876

vii Bessie Louise BENTLY9, b NJ or NY Mar 1879; m Edgar Henry COLLINGTON; r Mystic, Groton, New London Co CT.
602 ii NOYES8, b Groton 5 Feb 1844; m Abby A WILCOX.

iii PHILURA/PHEDORA8, b Groton CT 27 Sep 1845; d there 3 Mar 1850.

iv ANNA8, b Groton 20 Jan 1847. The Anna Starr BARBOUR who m 1870 Edward Payson HATCH was daughter of James G and Anna M (STARR) BARBOUR. James G was reportedly son of Moses and Emma (HASTINGS) BARBOUR.
v WILLIAM EDWARD8, b Groton 20 Jul 1849; d 20 Jan 1850.

356. AARON7 BARBER (Sanford), baptised CT 23 Aug 1795; d Albion, Oswego Co NY 22 Jun 1867; m Norwich, New London Co CT 11 Apr 1809 Betsey THORPE, b CT Apr 1791, d Oswego Co NY 3 Jul 1835. The 1840 census of Albion, Oswego Co NY shows 1 boy (David) age 15-20; 2 boys (John and Bela), age 20-30; 2 girls (including Celeste), age 10-15; 1 girl age 15-20, 2 girls age 20-30. In 1850 Aaron had no wife, but his mother-in-law Elizabeth THORP, age 87, lived with him. Aaron ?m/2 Betsy COLE. By 1860 he was married/3 to Eunice EGGLESTON, b Whitestown, Oneida Co NY 7 Nov 1801, daughter of Ezekiel and Anna (BRAINERD) EGGLESTON. Aaron farmed in Herkimer Co NY, then to Albion, Oswego Co NY. In 1870 Eunice lived in Mexico, Oswego Co with the family of her brother Jeremiah and Alzina/Rosina EGGLESTON. [~ Hollis FamTree and Desroches FamTree at ancestry.com ~] [~ Godfrey Mem Lib:History of Oswego Co NY; 1810 census:Warren ~]

Children of Aaron:

i JOHN8, b Herkimer Co NY 1814/5; d Albion NY 30 Oct 1899; m/1 Julia Ann THOMAS, b Jefferson Co NY 1814/5; d Albion Jan

1882; r Albion. John was a farmer. [~ censuses; Kenneth Calman; Wallace FamTree at ancestry.com ~]

Children of John and his first wife, born in New York:

i DEVEREAUX P9, b Ellisburg, Jefferson Co NY 1839/40; m Amanda Melvina PARMENTER, b New Hartford, Oneida Co NY 31 Aug 1843, probably daughter of Dana and Theresa PARMENTER. In 1863 Devereaux was a private in Company F, NY Heavy Artillery Regiment. In 1870 they were in Waltham, Middlesex Co MA, living next to her probable parents. He was a crayon manufacturer. In 1880 he was a farmhand in Kirkland, Oneida Co NY, living with an Ellinwood family. Also in 1880 Amanda lived in Boston MA with her son William D.

Children of Devereaux and Amanda:

i ELIZABETH P10, b 27 Apr 1863; d 30 Jan 1865.

ii WILLIAM DEVEREAUX DELANEY10, b MA 10 Aug 1866; d MA 30 Jul 1951; m Boston 5 Sep 1888 Eva Willis RUSSELL, b Boston 27 Jan 1871, d MA 6 Apr 1949, daughter of George Waldron and Martha Jeanette (KNOX) RUSSELL; r Medford and Malden, Middlesex Co MA. In Medford, 1900, William was conductor on an “electric street railroad”. In Malden in 1910 he was a shipper for a grocery. In 1920 he was a steam fitter for a gas company. In 1930 he was a traveling salesman for a lumber company.

Children of William and Eva:

i BERTHA OTIS11, b Boston 31 Dec 1890; d San Diego CA 14 Mar 1976; m/1 Malden 26 May 1908 William Martell MACKAY, b Rockland, Knox Co ME 1879; she m/2 Malden 12 May 1915 Geatone SPINELLA, b Italy 27 Sep 1887, d Bellflower, Los Angeles Co CA 26 Sep 1993.

Children of Bertha and William:

i Leslie Delancey MACKAY12, b Malden, Middlesex Co MA 21 Feb 1909; d San Diego CA 27

Aug 1982; m 17 Feb 1963 Ellen F Conklin GARRISON.

ii Walter Martell MACKAY12, b Malden 29 Mar 1910; d Beaumont, Jefferson Co TX Aug 1972.
Child of Bertha and Geatone:

iii Anna Jeannette SPINELLA12, b Middlesex Co MA 25 Mar 1916; d Long Beach CA 5 Dec 1996; m Lindel Pierce RILEY.


ii LAFAYETTE D9, b Albion 3 Dec 1841; d Albion 11 Nov 1933; m Calcadana S WADE, b Albion 15 Oct 1846, d there 1928, daughter of Renselear and Elizabeth C (BOWEN) WADE; r Albion, where Lafayette worked in a sawmill;

he farmed in 1900. He enlisted in Company C, 147th Infantry 28 Aug 1862, and mustered out 7 Jun 1865.

Child of Lafayette and Callie:

i CORA10, b NY 1865/6; probably died young, after 1870.


iii JULIA PERMELIA9, b Oswego Co NY Dec 1844; d Albion, Oswego Co 17 Aug 1915; m Albion 13 Sep 1874 Sylvester

A COLE. She was a widow in 1900, living with her brother Nathan BARBER. Julia had 1 child.


iv AMANDA9, b 1846/7

v GEORGE D/E9, b Nov 1848; d Albion, Oswego Co 16 Apr 1928; single, farming with his brother Wesley in 1900

Albion.
vi WESLEY9, b Oct 1851; m/1 Minerva ---, b NY 1855/6, d before 1900; he m/2 1903/4 Sarah ---, b NY 1856/7; r

Richland, Oswego Co NY. Wesley farmed. Sarah had 3 children by her first marriage.


vii DESTIN LORENZO9, b NY Apr 1861; d Oswego Co NY 20 Jan 1920; m 1894 Clara M SERVICE.
Children of John and Julia:

viii NATHAN9, b Feb 1864, single in 1900, 1910, and 1920, living with his sister Julia P COLE until 1910 at least.

He was a farmer in Albion.
ix EDWIN9, b 1866/7; probably the one b May 1867; m 1893/4 Lillian BELL, b NY Jun 1873, daughter of --- and

Mary E BELL; r Syracuse NY. Edwin was a machinist. [~ 1900 census ~]


Child of John and Julia:

x ELSIE H9, b Utica, Oneida Co NY 19 Jan 1885; d Oxford, Chenango Co NY 27 Oct 1939; m Herkimer, Herkimer

Co NY 15 Oct 1910 Charles Clark ASHMAN, b Clayville, Oneida Co NY 27 Sep 1879, d Bainbridge, Chenango

Co Nov 1943, son of Alanson and Sara L (CRANE) ASHMAN. [~ Ancestry WorldTree: LaMont Bankson ~]

Child of Elsie and Charles:

i Kenneth Winston ASHMAN10, b Herkimer 27 Nov 1911; m Charlotte Marion STAPLES.


ii BELA8, b NY 7 May 1818/19; d Albion Mar 1904; m Betsy TAYLOR, b NY 1823/4; d Albion 27 Apr 1903; r Albion. Bela was a

farmer. Farmed next to his brother John in 1880. In 1880 a grandson, Chester BURLEIGH, age 10, lived with them.

[~ 1850,60,70,1900 census: Albion ~]

Children of Bela and Betsy:

i JOSEPH C9, b Oswego Co NY Oct 1839; m 1880 Annis Eliza PARKS, b NY 1843/4; farming and living with his widower

father in Albion in 1900. In 1910 he lived with his wife. They had no children.


ii HARRIET9, b 1841/2

iii LEWIS A9, b 1844/5; d Oswego Co 22 Nov 1852.

iv ALVARIA9, b Oswego Co NY 12 Sep 1848; d Altmar, Oswego Co 17 Jan 1920; m 3 Jul 1866 Atwell O PRAY, b Apr

1845.
v AARON9, b 1855/6; d Hannibal, Oswego Co 2 jul 1900; m 1877/8 ?Susan or Mary? ---, b NY 1857/8; r Albion in 1880

with wife Susan, Oswego in 1900 with wife Mary. Aaron a farmhand. [~ 1880, 1900 census ~]

WILLIAM10, 1878/9; lived with his father in 1900, both farmhands.

BESSIE10, 1888/9
vi MARY9, b 1857/8
603 iii DAVID8, ; m/1 Harriette L KELLOGG; m/2 Caroline GEORGE.

Also in the Albion 1850 census are: Ira, Jane E, and John Barber, all heads of household.


iv CERENE8, b NY 1826/7

v ALVARA8, b c 1830; d 3 May 1845.

Child of Aaron and Betsy Thorp: (1810 census shows 1 girl b 1800-1810):

357. ?JAMES N7 BARBER (David6), b NY 1799/1800; m Nancy STEVEN, b NY 22 Feb 1802, daughter of George and Margaret (MOYER) STEVENS; r Little Falls, Herkimer Co NY. [~ 1830,40,50 census:Little Falls ~]

Children of James N and Nancy:

i ?LEROY D8; b NY 1824/5; m Jane ELLIS, b MA 1829/30, daughter of Catherine ELLIS, r Little Falls in 1850, which is the reason he is placed here. This entry may be an error. The 1840

census in Little Falls shows James N with one son, age 5-10 (James W); one daughter 5-10 (Harriet G), and 2 daughters 15-20.

They lived in Little Falls, Herkimer Co NY in 1850. In 1870 Jane was in Little Falls, keeping house for the family of David WARD,

b England c 1820. [~ 1850 census:Little Falls: Catherine Ellis, b NY 1804/5, living with them ~]

Child of Leroy D and Jane:

i EDWIN J8, b NY 1848/9


ii JAMES W7, b NY 1831/2; a clerk in 1850.

iii HARRIET GUELMA8, b Little Falls NY 10 Dec 1834; d 7 Mar 1907; m 4 Sep 1872 Silas Belden GREGORY, b Sand Lake,

Rennselaer Co NY 28 Oct 1826, d 7 May 1880, son of Joseph and Rachel (BULLOCK) GREGORY. Harriet was his 3rd wife. He

m/1 Emma ---, b England 1815/6, died after 1870, and had children, born in CT: William B, 1838/9; Jane A, 1840/1; Silas W,

1843/4, George, 1845/6; Frederick, 1846/7; Thomas, 1851/2; James W, 1855/6.
Silas m/2 28 Aug 1856 Martha HUNTINGTON, b 1822, and had Emma Huntington, b NY 1857, and Clara Louise, b NY 1861.

Silas was a farmer in 1850, and a grocer later. He died about census time in 1880 (June 5), in Sacramento CA, where they

lived. In 1870 she was with her mother in Little Falls, Herkimer Co NY. [~ 1850,60,70,80 census; George Mustain, and Victor Hillard, Jr at Rootsweb Worldconnect ~]

Children of Harriet and Silas:

i Silas Barber GREGORY9, b Little Falls 5 Jun 1873; d Alameda Co CA 3 Mar 1951; m 1 Dec 1896 Lillian Bell CASLER, b

15 Oct 1872, d Alameda Co CA 7 Mar 1959. Res. Berkeley, Alameda Co CA. In 1910 thru 1940 Silas was Manager

of the Electric Company.
ii John Milton GREGORY9, b Lansington NY 10 Nov 1875; m 14 Sep 1901 Mary Fernald BELL, b NV 1880/1 (father b

Toronto Canada) In 1910 they lived in Tonopah, Nye Co NV; John was a Bank Accountant. They were in Oakland,

Alameda Co CA in 1920 and 1930; John was an Analyst for the State Banking System. They were in Los Angeles

City in 1940; John was an Insurance Examiner.


iv AMELIA E7, b NY 1840/1

358. JOSEPH BILLINGS7 BARBER (James Noyes6), b Norwich CT 28 May 1800; d Ashtabula Co OH 4 Aug 1856; m 1825 Sarah “Sally” CASE, b Kinsman, Trumbull Co OH 12 Jan 1804; d OH 10 Jan 1892; r Wayne, Astabula Co OH. [~ 1850 census:Wayne ~] [~ Cassandra Hanson: hanson26 at ida.net; 1840, 1870 census: Wayne, Ashtabula Co OH; Smith and Matuska FamTree at ancestry.com ~]

Children of Joseph and Sally:

i ROGER8, b 1820/1; m Lucy M DANIELS, b OH or Schoharie Co NY 1823/4. Lived in Pittsfield, Otsego Co NY 1855 and Wayne OH. Roger was a carpenter.

Children of Roger and Lucy:

i N9, b 1844

ii P9, b 1847

iii W9, b 1848

iv L9, b 1853


XX 604 ii ?JOEL8, b OH about 1826; m Maria ?LIVINGSTON.

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