Ancestors of Margaret Euleta Kenote

Fourth Generation (Great Grandparents)

8. Peter Kenote Knoth-[157], son of Mr Kenote Knoth-[1662] and Mrs. Kenote Knoth-[2313], was born in 1816 in , , Hesse Kassel, Germany died on 3 Jan 1892 in Bellwood, Blair, PA, at age 76, and was buried on 6 Jan 1892 in Beilwood, Blair, PA.

General Notes: !CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Federal Population Census Napanoch, Town of Warders, Ulster, NY page 201 dwelling number 1439, family number 1256 Family History Center Salt Lake City, UT, Film number 803872 Ulster part of Warders. Census indicated two additional family members, Rohler an 18 year old male and Caroline a 6 year old female.
!CENSUS: 1870 U. S. Federal Population Census Fallsburgh, Sullivan County, New York, p. 51 line 33, dwelling number 363, family number 390, Family History Library Santa Monica, CA, Film #M593 Roll 1102, no record of George or Charles Kenote. Parents listed and other siblings. Census indicates, that Catherine, Henry, and Frig cannot read or write. John and Louisa can read and write.
!BIRTH: Place of birth listed as Hesse on 1870 U.S. Federal Population Census. This could mean Hesse, Germany. Intention to become a citizen denounced Duke of Hesse Cassel, Germany.
!CENSUS: Checked 1875 New York State Census for Fallsburgh, Sullivan, New York, no record. Need to check complete county, checked several towns, no Kenote listed.
!CENSUS: 1880 U.S. Federal Population Census, Fallsburgh, Sullivan, New York, Supervisor's District 4, Enumeration District 92, Page 12, line 1, Dwelling 107, Family number 114. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, (T-9, Roll 837) Film 1254936
!IMMIGRATION: Intention to become a Citizen of the United States and the renounce allegiance to the Duke of Hesse Cassell, 13 Sep 1856, State of New York.
!IMMIGRATION: Charles F Kenote, a son was listed in the 1910 U.S. Federal Census gives the year immigrated to the United States as 1843, naturalized in 1856 or 1857. He was also listed as a naturalized citizen .The date of immigration is before Charles F. Kenote's birth. The naturalization date has been listed at 1856 and 1857.
!CHURCH RECORDS: Jefferson Congregation Punxsutawney, Jefferson County, NY. Charles and Nancy Kenote were listed in the Church Minutes, Punsutawney, August 10, 1888. US/CAN Film item 10-12. Mr. Charles Kenote, Mrs. Nancy Kenote his wife, Mr Peter Kenote...presented letters asking for admission to this Church. Their letters being found in order their requests were granted.
!CHURCH RECORDS: Logan Valley Church Presbytery of the Huntingdon, Minutes of Bellwood, PA Oct 31, 1891, and the following on certificate viz, Mr. Peter Kenote, Mr C. F. Kenote, Mrs. Amanda Kenote and Miss Sophia Hartmeir. (She is Amanda's niece.)
!LAND: Purchased land 18 September 1864, Lackawack and Roundout Creek, in Warders, Ulster County, NY
!LAND: Sold land 26 March 1867 to Havry Morse, the parcel in Lackawack and Roundout Creek in Warders Ulster County, NY
!LAND: Sold land 9 March 1869 to Harny Morse another parcel of land from the Rochester Patent granted by the trustees of Rochester, NY
!CEMETERY: Pictures of plot with gravestone for Peter Kenote. Gravestone inscription "Father of C. F. Kenote Sr. 1816-1892." Pictures in possession of Joyanna Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240.
!FAMILY TRADITION: Immigrant ancestor Peter Kenote came from Germany. The 1870 census states place of birth for immigrant ancestor, Peter Kenote, is Hesse, Germany. George was not listed with the family in the 1870 US Federal Population Census.
!DEATH DATE AND PLACE: "Blair County Pennsylvania Church Records Logan Valley Presbyterian, Bellwood, PA. 1837-1934 " Blair County Genealogical Society, 1988, p. 51 and 108.
Time Line for Peter Kenote Knoth Ancestors of Margaret Euleta Kenote
1816 Abt Born in Hesse Kassel, Germany
1841 Abt Married in Hesse Kassel, Germany
1842 Abt Rohler Kenote Knoth born in Hesse Kassel, Germany
1846 Abt Henry Kenote Knoth born in Hesse Kassel, Germany
1848 George Kenote Knoth born in Hesse Kassel, Germany
1849 Charles F. Kenote Knoth born in Hesse Kassel, Germany
1851 Frederick or Fritz Kenote Knoth born in Hesse Kassel, Germany
1854 Caroline Kenote Knoth born in Hesse Kassel, Germany
1856 September 13, 1856, "Intention to become a citizen, renounce "Duke of Hesse Cassel," Germany
1860 US Federal Population 1860 Census, Napanoch,WardersWawarsing, Ulster County, NY
1863 John and Louisa Kenote born in LackawackWarders Wawarsing, Ulster County, NY
1864 September 17, 1864, purchased land in LackawacWardersf Warwarsing, Ulster County, NY
1867 March 26,1867, sells Lackawack land to Harvy Morse.
1869 March 10, 1869, sells land another parcel to Harvy Morse
1870 US Federal Population 1870 Census, Fallsburgh, Sullivan County, NY
1880 US Federal Population 1880 Census, Fallsburgh, Sullivan County, NY
1889 Punxsutawney Presbyterian Church (Shiloh) accepted into the congregation with Charles F. Kenote, Punxsutawney, Jefferson County, NY
1889 Newspaper, "Sorely Afflicted Family," Charles Kenote's father was ill and survived, Punxsutawney, Jefferson County, PA
1891 October 31, 1891, accepted into the congregation in The Logan Valley Presbyterian Church, Bellwood, Blair County, PA
1892 January 3, 1892, died in Bellwood, Blair County, PA Tombstone in Logan Valley Cemetery, Bellwood, Blair County, NY

Peter married Kunigunda Kate Hicks-[158] [MRIN:19] in 1841 in , , Hesse Kassel, Germany.

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:
i. Rohler Kenote-[7299] (born in 1842 , , Hesse Kassel, Germany)
ii. Henry Kenote-[159] (born about 1846 , , Hesse Kassel, Germany - died before 1939)
4 iii. George Kenote-[16] (born in May 1848 , , Hesse Kassel, Germany - died on 7 Feb 1891 in Roulette, Potter, PA)
iv. Charles Frederick Kenote Sr.-[160] (born on 3 May 1849 , , Hesse Kassel, Germany - died on 20 Oct 1911 in Beilwood, Blair, PA)
v. Frederick, Fritz Kenote-[161] (born in 1851 , , Hesse Kassel, Germany - died before 1941 in , , NY)
vi. Caroline Kenote-[7466] (born in 1856 , , Hesse Kassel, Germany)
vii. Louisa Kenote-[163] (born in 1863 , Sullivan, NY - died before 1953)
viii. John Kenote-[7109] (born in 1863 , Sullivan, NY)

9. Kunigunda Kate Hicks-[158], was born in 1819 in , , Hesse Kassel, Germany and died before 1892 in , , PA.

General Notes: !CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Federal Population Census Napanoch, Town of Warders, Ulster, NY page 201 dwelling number 1439, family number 1256 Family History Center Salt Lake City, UT, Film number 803872, Ulster part of Warders. Census indicated two additional family members, Rohler an 18 year old male and Caroline a 6 year old female.
!CENSUS: 1870 U.S. Federal Census Population Schedule, Town of Fallsburgh, Sullivan County, New York, p. 51 line 33, dwelling number 363, family number 390. Family History Library Santa Monica, CA, Film #M593 Roll 1102, no record of George. Parents listed and other siblings. The census indicates that Peter, Catherine, Henry, and Frig cannot read or write. John and Louisa can read and write.
!BIRTH: Place of birth listed as Hesse on 1870 U.S. Federal Population Census. This could mean Hesse, Germany. Hesse usually is associated with Hesse Kassel, Germany. Naturalization papers for Peter Knothe (Kenote) in 1856 state place of residence was Hesse Kassel, Germany.
!CENSUS: 1880 U.S. Federal Census Population Schedule, Fallsburgh, Sullivan, New York, Supervisor's District 4, Enumeration District 92, page 12 Line 1, Dwelling Number 109, Family Number 114. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah (T-9, roll 837), Film 1254936.
!IMMIGRATION: 1856 year immigrated as the biographical sketch for son Charles F. Kenote states that he came to America well after 6 years of age. The US Federal Population Census for 1910 their for son, Charles F. Kenote states the year he immigrated was 1856 and that he was a naturalized citizen.
!CCEMETERY Pictures of plot with gravestone for Peter Kenote husband. Gravestone inscription "Father of C.F. Kenote Sr. 1816-1892." Next to Peter Kenote's gravestone is "Mother." It is assumed that this is Peter Kenote's wife (Kunigunda Catherine Hicks) and mother of Charles F. Kenote Sr. Pictures in possession of Joyanna Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240.
!FAMILY TRADITION: Immigrant ancestor Peter Kenote came from Germany. The 1870 Census state place of birth for immigrant ancestor, Peter Kenote, is Hesse, Germany. George was not listed with the family in the 1870 census. Intent to Naturalize states that Peter Knoth ddenouncedthe Duke of Hesse Cassel.

Kunigunda married Peter Kenote Knoth-[157] [MRIN:19] in 1841 in , , Hesse Kassel, Germany.

10. James George Kelly-[20], son of George Joseph Kelly-[6] and Mrs George Joseph Kelly-[4], was born in Nov 1823 in , Leitrim, Connaught, Ireland died on 5 Aug 1901 in Coudersport, Potter, PA, at age 78, and was buried in Aug 1901 in Coudersport, Potter, PA.

General Notes: !CENSUS: 1850 U.S. Population Schedule, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 119, Family Number 124. Microfilm number M432, Roll 602. Family History Center, Santa Monica, CA.
!CENSUS: 1855 New York State Population, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 123, Family number 123. Microfilm number 838,341. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA.
!CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Population Schedule, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 653, Family number 649, page 81-82. Microfilm number M653, Roll 866. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA.
!CENSUS: 1865 New York State Population, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 178, Family Number 178. There is a daughter Sarah 3 1/2 years old who fits into the family.
!CENSUS: 1880 U.S. Population Schedule, Town of Rockland, Sullivan County, New York. Supervisor's District 4, Enumeration District 109, Page 18, Dwelling number 109, Family number 170. Microfilm T9, Roll 936. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA.
!CENSUS: 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Eulalia Township, Coudersport Borough, Potter County, Pennsylvania, Supervisor's District No. 11, Enumeration District No. 104, Sheet 10 Dwelling 187, Family number 208. Mother of 9 children 7 living in 1900. Mary cannot read, write or speak English. Microfilm number M523, Roll 1482. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA.
!IMMIGRATION: 1860 U.S. Federal Census states place of birth Ireland. 1900 U.S. Federal Population Census shows immigration in 1849, naturalized in 1850. Residency in must be 5 years prior to petition for naturalization.
!OCCUPATION: Hay Laborer until 1850.
!OCCUPATION: 1850 Tanner and 1880 hay laborer. This was according to the censuses.
OBITUARY: Potter County Journal, Coudersport, PA, Wednesday, August 21, 1901, "James Kelly, Sr Dead."
"On Saturday evening, at his home on Third street, Mr. James Kelly, Sr., died after a long illness, aged 76 years. Mr. Kelly was born in the County Leitrim, Ireland, and came to this country when a young man, first living at Catskill, N.Y., and then at Livingston Manor, where he was employed by the tanning firm of Frank Hammond. When the tannery was built there, Mr. Kelly came to serve his old employer, and for sixteen years has been a resident of this place. He has been engaged by Mr. Hammond until the tannery changed hands a few years ago. This speaks highly for Mr. Kelly's value as a workman, showing that his fidelity to his employer was not without recognition."
"He sought retirement from his labor about five years ago, to enjoy the results of a life well spent, and to devote his untiring care to an invalid wife, who still survives him. Seven children also mourn there father's death,--Mrs. John Lyndon Livingston Manor, N.Y.; Mrs. Catherine Brady, Olean; William Kelly, Mrs. Jane Whitcomb, James Kelly, Jr., Mrs. Martin McNulty, J. S. Kelly, of Coudersport."
"A Requiem Mass was celebrated at the Catholic Church on Tuesday morning for the repose of the departed soul, and the remains were followed to St. Eulalia cemetery by a large concourse of relatives and friends."
DEATH; Death Certificate, Died August 5, 1901, Coudersport, Potter County PA. This certificate was not recorded until December 28, 1901.
CEMETERY: St. Eulalia Cemetery, Coudersport, Potter, PA
RELIGION: Catholic. A Requiem Mass was celebrated at his funeral. Some of the other children are buried in the St. Eulalia Cemetery.
Time Line
1825--Born, County Leitrim, Ireland, obituary and family records.
1850-- Immigration into United States, Census records 1900.
1850--Catskill, Greene County, NY, obituary.
1850--Catskill, Greene County, NY, Mary Ann Kelly born.
1851-- Livingston Manor, Columbia County, NY, obituary.
1852--Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan County, NY Catherine Kelly born.
1853--Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, William M. Kelly born.
1855--Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, State Census.
1857--Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, Jennie Jane Kelly born.
1858--Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, Margaret Kelly born.
1860--Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, Federal Census.
1863-- Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, Sarah Kelly born.
1865--Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, State Census.
1866--Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, James H Kelly born.
1867--Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, John Stoddard Kelly born.
1872--Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan County, NY, Tad Kelly born.
1880--Rockland, Sullivan County, U.S. Federal Population Census
1882--Coudersport, Potter County, PA, from obituary employer Hammond Tannery
1896--Coudersport, Potter County, PA, retired obituary 45 years as tanner.
1900--Coudersport, Potter, PA U.S. Federal Population Census
1901--Died in Coudersport, Potter, PA obituary

James married Mary McGovern-[21] [MRIN:7] in 1849 in , Leitrim, Connaught, Ireland.

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:
i. Mary Ann Kelly-[693] (born in 1850 Livingston Manor, Columbia, NY - , died in , , NY)
5 ii. Catharine Kelly-[17] (born in 1852 Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, NY - died after 1928 in Olean, Cattaraugus, NY)
iii. William M Kelly-[694] (born on 10 Apr 1854 Grahamsviile Neversink, Sullivan, NY - died on 10 Feb 1928 in Coudersport, Potter, PA)
iv. Jennie Jane Kelly-[695] (born in Apr 1857 Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, NY - died on 5 Nov 1929 in Coudersport, Potter, PA)
v. Margaret Kelly-[5] (born in 1858 Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, NY)
vi. Sarah Kelly-[7740] (born in 1863 Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, NY)
vii. James H Kelly-[696] (born on 14 Feb 1865 Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, NY - died on 19 Feb 1925 in Coudersport, Potter, PA)
viii. John Stoddard Kelly-[697] (born in Nov 1867 Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, NY - , died in , , NY)
ix. Elizabeth Kelly-[698] (born on 23 Feb 1868 Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, NY - died on 3 Apr 1939 in Coudersport, Potter, PA)
x. Tad Kelly-[707] (born in May 1872 Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, NY)

11. Mary McGovern-[21], daughter of Mr McGovern-[7803] and Mrs McGovern- [7804], was born in Nov 1828 in , Leitrim, Connaught, Ireland died on 1 Jul 1903 in Coudersport, Potter, PA, at age 75, and was buried on 5 Jul 1903 in Coudersport, Potter, PA.

General Notes: !CENSUS: 1850 U.S. Population Schedule, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 119, Family Number 124. Microfilm number M432, Roll 602. Family History Center, Santa Monica, CA.
!CENSUS: 1855 New York State Population, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 123, Family number 123. Microfilm number 838,341. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA.
!CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Population Schedule, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 653, Family number 649, page 81-82. Microfilm number M653, Roll 866. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA.
!CENSUS: 1865 New York State Population, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, Dwelling number 178, Family number 178. There is a Sarah Kelly 2 1/2 years old. She fits in with her age.
!CENSUS: No records in 1870 Checked Sullivan County, of James or Mary McGovern Kelly. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA
!CENSUS: No record 1875 New York State Population, Neversink, Sullivan County, New York, of James or Mary Kelly.
!CENSUS: 1880 U.S. Population Schedule, Town of Rockland, Sullivan County, New York. Supervisor's District 4, Enumeration District 109, Page 18, Dwelling number 109, Family number 170. Microfilm T9, Roll 936. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA.
!CENSUS: 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Eulalia Township, Coudersport Borough, Potter County, Pennsylvania, Supervisor's District No. 11, Enumeration District No. 104, Sheet 10 Dwelling 187, Family number 208. Mother of 9 children 7 living in 1900. Mary cannot read, write or speak English. Microfilm number M523, Roll 1482. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA.
!IMMIGRATION: 1860 U.S. Federal Population Schedule states birth place Ireland. 1900 U.S. Federal Census lists immigration 1849, naturalized in 1856.
!OBITUARY: Potter County Journal, July 8, 1903, "Mrs Mary Kelly. The funeral of Mrs. Mary Kelly, whose death occurred last Wednesday morning, was held at the Catholic Church on Friday, and the remains were laid to rest beside her husband in St Eulalia Cemetery. Mrs. Kelly, who was 67 years old, had been a great sufferer from rheumatism, having been unable to walk for the past fourteen years, and being confined to the bed most of the time, but she bore her burden uncomplainingly and with great fortitude. The following children survive her: William Kelly, James Kelly, Mrs. Whitcomb, Mrs. Martin McNulty, of this place; Mrs Margaret Lyden, of Livingston Manor, N.Y., and Mrs. Catherine Brady, of Olean."
!CEMETERY: St. Eulalia Cemetery, Coudersport, Potter, PA Mary McGovern Kelly
Time Line
1828 Born November 28 ,County Leitrim, Connaught, Ireland
1848 Immigration from ,County Leitrim, Connaught, Ireland
1849 Marriage,Sullivan County, New York
1850 Federal Population Census Neversink ,Sullivan, New York
1850 Dau born Mary Ann Kelly Livingston Manor, Columbia, New York
1852 Dau born Catherine Kelly Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, New York
1854 Son born William M Kelly Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, New York
1855 New York State Census Neversink, Sullivan, New York
1857 Dau born Jennie Jane Kelley Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, New York
1858 Dau Margaret Kelly Born Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, New York
1860 Federal Population Census Neversink, Sullivan, New York
1865 Son born James H Kelley Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, New York 1865 New York State Census Neversink, Sullivan, New York
1867 Son born John Stoddard KelleyGrahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, New York
1868 Dau born Elizabeth Kelly Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, New York
1872 Son born Tad Kelley Grahamsville Neversink, Sullivan, New York
1885 Husbandâââ¢s ObituaryMoved to Coudersport, Potter, Pennsylvania
1900 Federal Population CensusCoudersport, Potter County, Pennsylvania
1903 Died obituary Coudersport, Potter, Pennsylvania
1903 BuriedEulalia Cemetery, Coudersport, Potter, Pennsylvania
IMMIGRATION: The 1900 census indicates that James Kelly immigrated to the United States was 1849. He was naturalized in 1850. For Mary there is a date of Naturalization of 1856. A letter from Mabel (Kelly) O'Malley states: "Your grandmother had a uncle who had fought in the British Army in India in the days of the Sepoy rebellion and he won the Victoria Cross for exceptional bravery and was the hero of some of Rudyard Kipling's poems so they printed in the paper. I was to his grave in Hamilton, Ontario and the Cross is cut right into his grave monument and he was the hero of their celebration there on their memorial day. His name was John McGovern and other brothers of his were among the first who worked in New York City putting in the subways and then to Wilkes-Barre and Scranton to open up the first Anthracite Coal mines. They were the hardy Irish and not afraid of hard work." Mabel was a cousin to Margaret Euleta (Boh) Hoff. John McGovern an uncle to Mary was a member of the British Army which was involved with the British East India Company.

Mary married James George Kelly-[20] [MRIN:7] in 1849 in , Leitrim, Connaught, Ireland.

12. Martin Nicholes Boh-[31], son of Martin Boh-[30] and Catherine Kappler-[36], was born on 11 Nov 1841 in Beinheim, Wissenbourg, Alsace, France1 died on 28 Nov 1928 in Utica, Oneida, NY, at age 87, and was buried on 30 Nov 1928 in Utica, Oneida, NY.

General Notes: BIRTH DATE AND PLACE: Birth date and place are written on original record of Derrick William Boh. Original document is possession of Joyanna Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240.
BIRTH PLACE: Listed in newspaper as place of birth Beinheim, Wissenbourg, Alsace, France. He was born of French descent.
!MARRIAGE DATE AND PLACE: Marriage date and place are written on original record of Derrick William Boh. Original document is possession of Joyanna Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240.
MARRIAGE: In New York City by the Rev Robt Mc Gonigle, F.W. Baptist --- Taken from The Department of Interior, Bureau of Pensions Jan 15, 1898. Testimony given by Martin Boh. He states that he got a certificate.
CENSUS: 1870 U.S. Federal Population Census, Trenton, Holland Patent, Oneida, New York. Supervisor's District, Enumeration District, Page 01. Dwelling 489. Family Number 478. Page 754. Two children listed David and Kipolet sic. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm 552558.
CENSUS: 1880 U.S. Federal Population Census, Morehouse, Hamilton County, New York, Supervisor's District 6, Enumeration District 17, Sheet 6, line 10. Dwelling number 37. Family number 40. Lists wife and 4 children all born in New York. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm T9, Roll 1837.
MILITARY: Bryan Lee Dilts, 1890 NEW YORK CENSUS INDEX OF CIVIL WAR VETERANS OR THEIR WIDOWS, (Index Publishing, Salt Lake City, UT, 1984) P 35 index. A copy of this page is in possession of Joyanna Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba, Downey, CA 90240.
MILITARY: 1890 New York Census, Special Schedule, Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines and Widows, etc. Morehouse, Hamilton County, New York. Supervisor's District No. 6, Enumeration District No. 25, line 7, Page 5. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm 338210. Index Locale Arietta. Special Schedule Morehouse, Hamilton County, New York.
CENSUS: 1892 New York State, Election District, Morehouse, Hamilton, New York page 5, Line 37. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm 550033, Item 1.
CENSUS: 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Population Schedule, Morehouse Township, Hamilton, New York, Supervisor's District 7, Enumeration District 31, Sheet 7A. Dwelling 108. Family number 108. Census Enumerator Martin Boh. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. New York, Microfilm T623, roll 1039.
CENSUS: 1905 New York State, Election District, Morehouse, Hamilton, New York. Page 1 line 1. Enumerator Martin Boh. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm 550033 Item 2.
CENSUS: 1910 U. S. Federal Census, Population Schedule, Morehouse, Hamilton, New York, Supervisor's District 9, Enumeration District 41, sheet 1. Dwelling number 25. Family number 25. line 92. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm T624 roll 935, (Delaware and Hamilton Counties), very bad copy. Rechecked in Family History Library Salt lake City, UT. Obtained acceptable copy.
CENSUS: 1915 New York State Enumeration of Inhabitants, Hamilton County, Morehouse, State Road, First sheet page 2, line 33. US/Can Film 521998 Item #2. Family History Library Salt Lake City, Utah Birthplace France. Number of years in United States 68, Citizen.
CENSUS: 1920 U.S. Federal Census Population Schedule, Morehouse Town, Hamilton, New York, Supervisor's District 11, Enumeration District 45, Sheet 1A. Dwelling number 13, Family number 13, line 49, "Main Road". Family History Library Santa Monica, CA..Microfilm T625, roll 1112.
!CENSUS: 1925 New York State Enumeration of Inhabitants, Hamilton County, Morehouse, Sheet 2, line 8. Permanent Residence, Main Road. US/Can Film 052401. Family History Library Salt lake City, Utah. Age 83, Nativity France, Number of years in United States 79, Naturalized 1860 in NY.
!MARRIAGE-SON-WIFE: Town of Orleans, La Fargeville, NY 13656, Letter from the Town Clerk, Mrs. Ramona J. Bretsch, November 22, 1968, extract, "From the search of the old records, I have found the marriage of Derrick W. Boh on August 8, 1888, a railroad agent, 21 years old, resident of Town of Orleans, born in New York City, the son of Martin Boh and Mary Hairmaker(?) to Hattie Timmerman, resident of Town of Orleans, age 20, born in Town of Orleans, the first marriage being performed by Eugene L. Wade, clergyman and marriage was registered on August 9, 1888." Letter in possession of Joyanna Hoff Carlton, 9325 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240.
!MILITARY-GOVERNMENT-FRENCH HEADS OF FAMILIES-FIRE WARDEN OF MOREHOUSE-FARMER: Ted Aber and Stella King, THE HISTORY OF HAMILTON COUNTY (Lake Pleasant: Great Wilderness Books, 1965), pgs. 91, 564, 877, 888, 893, and 894. Los Angeles Public Library, Los Angeles, CA. Copied of these pages from this book are in possession of Joyanna Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240.
IMMIGRATION: 1900 U.S. Federal Population Census immigration 1849. Naturalized 1856. 1910 Census immigration 1849 naturalized 1850. Naturalization cannot begin until after 5 years of residency. 1925 New York State Enumeration of Inhabitants, Martin Boh Naturalized 1860 or 1860 in NY.
PICTURE Martin Nicholas Boh handwriting stating: "From your father Martin Boh, Born Nov 11,1841 Alsace France. Private Co "C" 34th Regt N.Y. Vol Infty, 1st Brigade 2d Div 2d corps Army of the Potomac, Enlisted, May 7th 1861. Dischd June 30, 1863 (Wounded - Antietam Sept 17, 1862.) and Sergt--Compy "F" 16th Regt N.Y. Harty Army of James & Ferry Army of N.C. 24th & 10th Corps (Wounded Feb 22, 1865 near 2 branch Cape Fear River.) Dated Morehouse July 24th 1904 Martin Boh"
MILITARY: Lieutenant L. N. Chapin, TO SACRIFICE,TO SUFFER AND IF NEED BE DIE, THE REGIMENTAL HISTORY OF THE 34TH NYS VOLUNTEERS. p 120 "BOH, Martin --age 20 years. Enlisted, May 7 1861, at Graysville, to serve two years; mustered in co "C" June 15, 1861, wounded, September 17, 1862, at Antietam, Md.: mustered out June 30, 1863, at Albany, N.Y. Also borne as Martin Boah and Boath."
PENSION: Pensioned $8.00 per month as of June 1878 for chronic rheumatism. Ted Aber and Stella King, HISTORY OF HAMILTON COUNTY, 1965, Great Wilderness Books, Lake Pleasant, New York, p 90-91.
OCCUPATION: Martin Boh was the Fire Warden in 1898. The tremendous fire of 1908 charred the forest of Morehouse as elsewhere. A full forty-eight men went into action....Martin Boh, J. S. Boh. Ted Aber and Stella King, HISTORY OF HAMILTON COUNTY, 1965, Great Wilderness Books, Lake Pleasant, New York, p 888-889.
AGE: Martin Boh farming in 1905, age 68. 1910 on the State Road in the western part of town were the farmers, Martin Boh, age 73 and John Hart age 61. Ted Aber and Stella King. HISTORY OF HAMILTON COUNTY, 1965 Great Wilderness Books, Lake pleasant, New York, p 892-893 and 894-895.
TOWN CLERK: Martin Boh was the census taker in 1892, 1900, and 1905. He was also the town clerk in 1881.
Time Line
1841--Born Beinheim, Wissenbourg, Alsace, France
1845--Came to U.S. According to 1925 Census
1861--Civil enlisted at Graysville
1862--Wounded at Antietam, MD 1863--Discharged from Militia. He was a private.
1863--Mustered out in June 30 1863
1863--Re enlisted Dec 28 1863 in Co F 16 Regt of New York Heavy Artillery, promoted Corp Jan 19, 1864, and Sergt May 1864.
1865--Wounded Cape Fear River, Virginia, mustered out August 21, 1865
1865-1868 lived in New York City. Written by Martin Boh on his Declaration For Pension, on 20 day of November, 1911.
1866--Married New York City. Pension records states married in New York City, got certificate.
1868--Son Derrick William born New York City, NY. Derrick writes on his pictures that he was born in New York City, New York. No record of son's birth in NYC.
1868-1880 Declaration for Pension completed by Martin Boh stated that he was in Prospect, Oneida, New York during this time period.
1869--Son Hypolyte Fernand Koplet born Gang Mills, Steuben, New York.
1870--Trenton, Holland Patent, Oneida, New York, U.S. Federal Population Census.
1872--Son Gilbert Nelson Boh born Prospect, Oneida, New York.
1874--Daughter Eleanore M Boh born Morehouse, Hamilton, New York.
1880--Morehouse, Hamilton, New York, U.S. Federal Population Census.
1881--Morehouse, Hamilton, new York, Town Clerk.
1882--Son George Martin Boh born Morehouse, Hamilton, New York.
1890--Surviving Soldiers Census Morehouse, Hamilton, New York
1892--Son John Steuben Boh born Morehouse, Hamilton, New York.
1892--New York State Census, Morehouse, Hamilton, New York.
1898--Morehouse, Hamilton, New York, Fire Warden
1900--Morehouse, Hamilton, New York, U.S. Federal Population Census Enumerator for census.
1905--Morehouse, Hamilton, New York, New York State Census Enumerator for census.
1910--U.S. Population Census listed in Morehouseville, Hamilton, New York
1925--Morehouse, Hamilton, New York, New York State Census, retired.
1928--Died at Eleanor Boh Hart, his daughter's home In Utica, Oneida, New York.
IMMIGRATION: Martin Boh came to the United States in 1845. This is based on the newspaper article. No other proof has been obtained.
BIRTH: Date conflict. Civil registration Beinheim, Wissenbourg, Alsace, France states 27 Nov 1841. A picture of Martin states 11 Nov 1841. Declaration For Pension stated that Martin was born November 7th 1841 Alsace, France.
Newspaper article Jan 13, 1921. Prospect, Oneida, New York
VETERAN VISITS FRIENDS IN PROSPECT, HIS HOME TOWN.
Martin Boh is Given Welcome By Those Who Knew Him In Earlier Years.
Prospect Jan 13, 1921-- Martin Boh was the guest this week of his son, Bert Boh, and family and called on a few of his many friends who were very happy to welcome him. Mr. Boh has for many years been a member of Post Thomas, G.A.R., of this place. On May 1, 1861, he enlisted at Gray, N.Y., and was immediately sent to Washington, and was very soon in action with his regiment in The Thirty-fourth New York, he helped to guard the chain bridge at the battle of Bull Run. After this he participated in the following battles;Yorktown, Fair Oaks, Peach Orchard, Ball's Bluff, Antietam, Savage Station, Fredericksburg, White Oak Swamp, Nelson Farm, Malvern Hill, Dutch Gap, Signal Hill, Darby Town Road, three days at Fort Fisher, Chapins Farm and N.E. Cape Fear River beside many minor battles. He was in the trenches before Petersburg for 30 days continuously. June 30, 1863 he was mustered out, his time having expired, but he was on guard duty in Albany until late in July and re enlisted in the Sixteenth heavy Artillery at Little Falls, December 18 1863, and served until the close of the war, being honorably discharged August 28, 1865. 30At the battle of Antietam he was wounded in the right shoulder. At his our request he was allowed to stay with his company, though he was unable to carry a gun for a month. Afterward he was wounded in the left leg at the battle of N.E. Cape Fear River which pursuing Gen. Joseph Johnson. At that time 12,000 Union Prisoners were released.
Though Mr Boh is in his 80th year he is mentally the equal of a young man. It is remarkably interesting to hear him relate the history of his experiences during the war, of the long,wearisome marches, the poor, insufficient food, the horrors of battle and all the joys, as well as the sorrows which go to make up the soldier's life. He is an intensely loyal American and is thankful that he was allowed to have a share in the hardships of those days, which form the most critical time in American history. He was born of French parents at Beinheim, Wissenbourg, Alsace, France, and has followed the history of the World War with the greatest interest. In 1848 he came to America with his parents. He has voted the straight Republican ticket at each presidential election since 1864, when he voted for Abraham Lincoln while serving in the army, before located at Chapin's Farm, Virginia at that time.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Martin Boh was 5 feet 8 inches tall, complexion dark, hair black, and eyes black. This is from the pension papers completed by different physicians. Copies are in possession of Joyanna Margaret Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240
Letter Written by Martin Boh March 29,1921 Morehouseville, NY, March 29 1921
Honor Geo M Sallzaber Dear Sir:
I am trying to write and see as I was told long ago that I was entitled to full pension my Cert no is 153592. I am nearly 80 yrs old without a dollar to burry me with, no wife and no home for nearly 3 years. My pension being used for all expenses. I am nearly totally blind, have been severely troubled with rheumatism vertigo and blood pressure in my head and sever numbness in the legs below the knees and kidney troubles. I served 2 enlistments in Co C 34th N Y M (New York Militia) and Sergt Co F 16th N Y H A (New York Heavy Artillery). So I wrote directly to you, what few hundred I had I used up during the last expenses of my dear wife, and since then reiming (remaining). Very Respectfully, Martin Boh
DEATH: Letter written to Disbursing Clerk Bureau of Pension Washington. I hereby notify you of the death of my father Martin Boh, 1425 Steuben Street, Utica New York. November 18th, 1928 owing to my father's long siege of disability and illness any such due him from the Pension Bureau would be gratefully received and could be sent to me his daughter or to his executor William W. Hart, 1128 Downer Ave, Utica, N.Y. (Eleanor Boh) N.Y. Died Nov 18, 1928, Paid 90 Dollars, Nov 4, 1928. Dropped and reported.
OBITUARY:
Civil War Hero Dies at Four Score Seven
Martin N. Boh, father of Albert Boh of Camden, Passes Away in Utica.
Martin N. Boh, a recent visitor in Camden at the home of his son Albert Boh, died Sunday Morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs Charles Hart, Steuben Street, Utica, after one week's illness.
Mr. Boh was born November 11, 1841, in Alsace, France, and came to American when he was about twelve years old. His boyhood was spend in New York City where his parents located upon arriving in this country. May 7 1861 the deceased enlisted in Company C, Thirty-fourth Regiment and went to the front in the Civil war. During the conflict he was twice wounded, first at Antietam, Md., September 17 1862, and again at Fort Fisher, N.C., February 25, 1865, near the east branch of Cape Fear river.
Following the close of the war he lived on a farm in Morehouseville until his wife, formerly Mary Haremaker, died in 1918. Surviving to mourn his loss, besides his daughter mentioned above, are four sons: Derrick W. Boh of Emmunclaw, Wash; Geo Boh, Hornell; John Boh, Moreshoueville, Albert Boh, Camden. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boh of Camden attended the funeral which was held Tuesday at the home of the daughter; Mrs. Hart, in Utica. interment was made in Prospect Cemetery. November 18, 1928
LAND & PROPERTY: Bethune is a parcel of land in the town of Morehouse.
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF MARTIN BOH, 1425 Steuben Street, Utica, N.Y.
I, Martin Boh, of the City of Utica, Oneida County, N. Y. being of sound mind and memory do make, ordain, publish and declare this to be my last will and testament as follows:
I. I direct my Executor hereinafter named to pay all my just debts and funeral expenses.
II. I direct my Executor hereinafter names to see that my remains shall be buried by the side of my wife in the Cemetery at Prospect, Oneida County, New York.
III I hereby give and bequeath all my wearing apparel unto my grandson Raymond Boh or Northwood, N. Y.
IV. All the rest, residue and reminder of my property I give, bequeath and devise unto my children to be equally divided between them, their names and addresses being as follows: Derick W. Boh, of Enumclaw, Washington; George M. Boh, 14 Florence Street, Hornell, N. Y.; Hornell, N. Y.; Albert M. Boh, Prospect, N. Y., John S. Boh, Morehouseville, N. Y., and Eleanore B. Hart, 1425 Steuben Street, Utica, N.Y.
V. I hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my grandson William M. Hart, 1425 Steuben Street, Utica, N. Y. , Executor of this my last will and testament, hereby granting unto him full power and authority to sell real estate, and I direct that he shall not be compelled to give any bond or other security because of his acting as Executor under this will, and I hereby revoke all wills by me made.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this 27th day of December, 1922
Martin Boh
The foregoing will was subscribed, published and declared by Martin Boh, as and for his last will and testament, in our presence and in the presence of each of us, and we, at the same time, at his request, in his presence and in the presence of each other, hereunto subscribe our names and residences as attesting witnesses.
Eugenia M Duffy Residing at 1792 Sunset Ave, Utica, N Y
Wm. O Learey, Residing Utica City, N. Y.
Picture of Martin Boh taken in about 1900 and in 1916

Martin married Mary Anna Haremaker-[32] [MRIN:22] on 4 Apr 1866 in New York City, New York, NY2.

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y
Department of Interior Bureau of Pensions, Washington D.C. January 15, 1899.
First. Are you married? If so, please state your wife's full name and her maiden name.
Answer. Mary Anna Boh, Mary Anna Haremaker.
Second. When, Where, and by whom were you married?
Answer. 4th April 1866, NY City, Rev. Robt McGonigle F. W. Baptist Ministers.
Third. What record of marriage exists?
Answer. We have got a certificate.
Fourth. Were you previously married?
Answer: No

Children from this marriage were:
6 i. Derick William Boh-[18] (born on 10 Apr 1868 New York City, New York, NY - died on 17 Aug 1944 in Enumclaw, Pierce, WA)
ii. Hypolyte Fernand Koplet Boh-[23] (born in Dec 1869 Gang Mills, Steuben, NY - died on 10 Dec 1883 in Morehouseville, Hamilton, NY)
iii. Albert Nelson Boh-[22] (born on 29 Apr 1872 Morehouseville, Hamilton, NY - died on 19 Jan 1947 in Rome Oneida, NY)
iv. Eleanore M Boh-[33] (born on 10 Jan 1874 Morehouseville, Hamilton, NY - died on 9 Dec 1929 in Utica, Oneida, NY)
v. George Martin Boh-[34] (born on 4 Feb 1882 Morehouseville, Hamilton, NY)
vi. John Steuben Boh-[35] (born on 27 Jan 1892 Morehouseville, Hamilton, NY - died about 1928)

13. Mary Anna Haremaker-[32], daughter of Peter Haremaker-[37] and Eleanor Marache-[38], was born in 1850 in , , , Holland died on 5 Nov 1918 in Morehouseville, Hamilton, NY, at age 68, and was buried on 9 Nov 1918 in Prospect, Oneida, NY.

General Notes: !BIRTH: MARRIAGE: DEATH: Transcribed from record of Derrick William Boh. Originals in possession of Joyanna Carlton, 9325 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240.
!CENSUS: 1850 U.S. Federal Census Population, Morehouse, Hamilton, New York, page 24, Dwelling Number 352, Family Number 361, page 24. Line 41. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, Film 17087.
!CENSUS: 1870 U. S. Federal Population Census, Trenton, Holland Patent, Oneida, New York Page 01. Dwelling number 459. Family number 478. Page 754. Two children listed David and Koplet. Spelling of children's names as listed on census. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm 552558.
!CENSUS: 1880 U.S. Federal Population Census, Morehouse, Hamilton County, New York, Enumeration District 17, Sheet 6, line 10. Dwelling number 37. Family number 40. Lists wife and 4 children all born in New York. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm T9, roll 837.
!CENSUS: 1892 New York State, Election District, Morehouse, Hamilton, New York, line 38, page 5. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm 550033, Item 1.
!CENSUS: 1900 U.S. Federal Census, Population Schedule, Morehouse Township, Hamilton, New York, Supervisor's District 7, Enumeration District 31, Sheet 7A, Dwelling number 108. Family number 108. Census Enumerator Martin Boh. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm T623, roll 1039.
!CENSUS: 1905 New York State, Election District, Morehouse, Hamilton, NY. Line 1, page 1. Enumerator Martin Boh. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm 550033. Item 2.
!CENSUS: 1910 U. S. Federal Census, Population Schedule, Morehouse, Hamilton, New York. Supervisor's District 9, Enumeration District 41, sheet 1. Dwelling number 25. Family number 25. Line 93. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA. Microfilm T624, roll 935.
!CENSUS: 1915 New York State Census, Morehouse, Hamilton County, New York, Sheet 1 page 2 line 34. US/Can Film 521998 Item #2. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT. Born in United States, Citizen.
!MARRIAGE-SON-SPOUSE-PARENTS: Town of Orleans, La Fargeville, NY 13656, Letter from the Town Clerk, Mrs. Ramona J. Bretsch, November 22, 1968, extract, "From the search of the old records, I have found the marriage of Derrick W. Boh on August 8, 1888, a railroad agent, 21 years old, resident of Town of Orleans, born in New York City, the son of Martin Boh and Mary Hairmaker(?) to Hattie Timmerman, resident of Town of Orleans, age 20, born in Town of Orleans, the first marriage being performed by Eugene L. Wade, clergyman and marriage was registered on August 9, 1888." Letter in possession of Joyanna Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240.
!SURNAME: Haremaker extract, "Aber and King's 'The History of Hamilton County' (Lake Pleasant, N. Y. 1965) was a community in the Town of Morehouse established in 1834. It was named for Andrew K. Morehouse, an early settler. There were three road districts in 1845. In a list of residents of Road District 2, one Peter Haremaker is mentioned. His name appears again as one of five Dutch-born residents. There are no vital statistics records here in our Library for Hamilton County People." New York State Historical Association, Cooperstown, N. Y. 13326. Letter in possession of Joyanna Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240.
LETTER: Written by Mary Ann to her granddaughter Margaret Eleanor Boh. Morehouse June 12, 1918
My Dear Granddaughter;
Please do not imagine that I have forgotten to answer your very kind letter. I have been thinking of you very much and of what you said about becoming a nurse as that would separate you from your children and I am hoping that George will not be drafted or bothered in any way in regard to this war a man may sometimes do his Patriotic duty just as well by staying at home and doing some useful work. Poor William I guess (he) is quite near the fighting in France and the poor fellows are all longing for the time when they can return home, he says France is a beautiful country and the land seems to be tilled and very little is allowed to be without crops. The people in American have been very kind to the people of the Allied Nations and this will never be forgotten this will become History and will be known all over the world. I am both proud and Happy to be able to say I am an American. I am sure that you and all your Dear Family feels the same way. This war has caused much grief and unhappiness and also much inconvenience but I hope the Lord will help and I uphold the people in this struggle and make them endure until they win and Righteousness shall prevail in this world once more.
I often wonder if George has ever met Charles Percival Kreuzer, he is in the same kind of business and is a fine young fellow and he is a distant cousin of yours, he had a very nice wife and your father knew her father his name was Woodman and this young couple have a sweet little Daughter. I wish John and Euleta (Margaret Euleta Kenote) could spend their vacation with us, the hills and the open fields would seem quite wonderful to them and they would never forget their visit to the great woods. I hope Euleta will get rested and strong during vacation so that she will be able to continue her studies.
Berts girls are having the measles and it is really too bad that this should happen just at the end of the term. Rena (Lorena) has been here over three weeks. She has attended school a part of the time. I was not able to get meals and the men got her to help out. She seems to be willing to do what she can.
Your Father has sent a picture of himself and Emily and the little boy and also of their home which looked comfortable and cosy. I agree with you in what you say about Emily. I think is a nice and good woman and am glad you Father met her and that they took a liking to each other. Some men can do very well alone but your Father hallways seems to be best off when he has a companion he is very much of a home man.
Uncle George is well and quite busy but Bernice says she has been sick during the whole of May. She is getting tired of this war bread business and I do not blame her for preferring the good old style. Your Aunt Nellie is in a dreadful state of anxiety about William and she writes a great many letters to him. Many more young men are going from her neighborhood so there will be plenty of mothers to grieve with her.
This is not much of a letter hope I do better next time.
Have been having new ralegia (neuralgia) in my head am some better. Good bye and I hope this will find you all well and that God will Bless the whole Family.
With best love from,
Grandma (Mary Ann Haremaker Boh)
Picture of Mary Anna Haremaker taken about 1890.
Canvas charcoal drawing of Mary Anna Haremaker is in possession of Joyanna
Margaret Hoff Carlton at 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240
OBITUARY:
Morehousevile
The community has been saddened by the passing away of Mrs Mary H. Boh, whose death occurred on November 5th. The funeral took place on the 7 ultimo and burial was made in Prospect Cemetery, Prospect, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs Boh have resided in our midst for more than thirty-five years, where may warm friendships had been formed. Mrs. Boh possessed an interesting personality and refined manners. She was absolutely devoted to her husband and children, and her going away is indeed an ineffable loss, not only to her loved ones, but also to her many friends, whose lives have been made better and happier for having known dear, kind hearted, Mrs. Boh. She has only gone into another room of God's great home, where her loved ones are even dearer to her than before, and where she will greet his own when their work is finished. It is comforting to feel that her spirit lives, blessing the lives of those she loved so dearly.
There survive; her husband, four sons William D., who lives in the State of Washington, George of Hornell, Albert of Prospect, John B of Morehouse; and one daughter, Mrs. Charles Hart of Trenton, N. Y.  November 7, 1918

Mary married Martin Nicholes Boh-[31] [MRIN:22] on 4 Apr 1866 in New York City, New York, NY2.

14. George H Timmerman-[441], son of Henry F Timmerman-[423] and Elizabeth Miller-[432], was born on 3 Mar 1843 in Orleans, Jefferson, NY died on 3 Mar 1876 in Orleans, Jefferson, NY, at age 33, and was buried in Mar 1876 in Orleans, Jefferson, NY.

General Notes: !BIRTH: MARRIAGE: DEATH: Carolyn Timmerman Sidenius. Descendants of Lieut. Henry Timmerman of Herkimer County, New York. Snell- Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion,Inc. Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, New York 1988 P 23, 56
!DEATH: Gravestone
!BIRTH:1855 New York State Population Census Town of Orleans Jefferson County, New York, p 6, Dwelling number 103, Family Number 141, line 17, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, microfilm 0895242,. Copy in possession of  Joyanna Margaret Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240
!BIRTH: 1860 U.S. Federal Population Census, Town of Orleans, Jefferson County, New York. p 61/419 Dwelling number 481, Family number 481, line 37, Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA film number 593, Roll 945. Copy in possession of Joyanna Margaret Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA, 90240
!BIRTH: 1865 New York State Population Census, Town of Orleans, Jefferson County, New York. page 2, Dwelling number 18, Family number 18, line 27, Film 0895242. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA Film 0895242. Copy in possession of Joyanna Margaret Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Santa Monica, CA 90240
!BIRTH: 1870 U.S. Federal Population Census, Town of Orleans, Jefferson County, New York. p 24 Dwelling number 200, Family number 203, line 37, Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA film number 593, Roll 945.
!BIRTH: RELATIONSHIPS: DEATH: John & Ellen Bartlett. Town of Orleans Cemetery Inscriptions Jefferson County, New York, New York, 1993, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah US/CAN 974.757/01 V3b. p 55. Copy in possession of Joyanna Margaret Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240
!BIRTH:, MARRIAGE: DEATH: RELATIONSHIPS: Geographical Gazetteer of Jefferson County, N. Y. 1684-1890, compiled by Hamilton Child, Syracuse, N. Y. The Syracuse Journal Company, Printers and Binders, July 1890, US/CAN74.757 E5ch. Film Number 851120 Item 2, p 591
Henry F. Timmerman was born in Manheim, Herkimer County, March 8, 1811, whence he removed to this town in 1834. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Peter Miller, and they had 10 children, via.: Charlotte, Fidelia, Mary M., Anson and Byause (twins), George H., Grandison C., Cornelius and Conrelia (twins), and one who died in infancy. Grandison C. received a common school education, and worked on the farm until he attained his majority. He also engaged in cheese making for about two years. In 1869 he married Maria.. Daughter of William Hilliker, of Dexter village, in Brownville. November 10, 1885, Mr. Timmerman was appointed postmaster of Orleans Four Corners. The father of Mrs. Timmerman can to this country from Wiltshire, England in 1837. Mr. Timmerman is of German Descent.

George married Lucille Izora Payne-[25] [MRIN:23] in 1867 in , Jefferson, NY.

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y

Children from this marriage were:
7 i. Hattie Sarah Timmerman-[19] (born on 10 Oct 1868 Orleans, Jefferson, NY - died on 12 Feb 1904 in Salamanca, Cattaraugus, NY)
ii. Carrie E Timmerman-[446] (born on 5 Jul 1870 Orleans, Jefferson, NY - died on 16 Apr 1961 in Orleans, Jefferson, NY)

George next married Almeda Chester-[670] [MRIN:368], daughter of John Chester- [149] and Rebecca McIntosh-[1855], in 1875 in , Jefferson, NY. Almeda was born on 2 Mar 1855 in , Jefferson, NY, died on 2 Oct 1924 in , , NY, at age 69, and was buried in Oct 1924 in , , NY.

Marriage Notes: 2 _PREF Y
General Notes: !BIRTH: MARRIAGE: DEATH: Carolyn Timmerman Sidenius. Descendants of Lieut. Henry Timmerman of Herkimer County, New York. Snell- Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion,Inc. Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, New York 1988. P 56
!DEATH: Gravestone
!NAME: Name on 1875 New York State Census is listed on census is Henriette.

Children from this marriage were:
i. Henry F Timmerman-[620] (born on 25 Mar 1875 South Hammond, St, Lawrence, NY - died on 13 Jul 1969 in Utica, Oneida, NY)

15. Lucille Izora Payne-[25], daughter of William Payne-[276] and Emily Herrick-[277], was born on 19 Oct 1843 in , Jefferson, NY died on 12 May 1872 in Orleans, Jefferson, NY, at age 28, and was buried in May 1872 in Orleans, Jefferson, NY.

General Notes: !BIRTH: !MARRIAGE: DEATH: Carolyn Timmerman Sidenius. Descendants of Lieut. Henry Timmerman of Herkimer County, New York. Snell- Zimmerman-Timmerman Reunion, Inc. Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, New York 1988. P 56.
!BIRTH: Listed on the gravestone reads "Lucina M., his wife, died May 12, 1872, aged 28 years, 6 months & 23 days" Born October 19, 1843. Letter sent to Joyanna Margaret Hoff Carlton from Carolyn Sidenius at 7A Valley View Court, Little Falls, N.Y. 13365.
!GRAVESTONE: Buried in Orleans Corners Cemetery, Town of Orleans, Jefferson County, N.Y.
!BIRTH: 1850 U.S. Federal Population Census, Town of Orleans, Jefferson County, New York. p 8/165, Dwelling number 211, Family number 225 line 19. Family History Library, Santa Monica,CA microfilm M432 Roll 515.
!BIRTH:1855 New York State Population Census Town of Orleans Jefferson County, New York, Dwelling, p 20, Dwelling number 100, Family Number 101, line 3, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, microfilm 0895242,. Copy in possession of Joyanna Margaret Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240
!BIRTH; 1860 U.S. Federal Population Census, Town of Orleans, Jefferson County, New York, page 57, Dwelling number 448, Family number 448, line 16. Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA microfilm M6523 Roll 761
!BIRTH: 1870 U.S. Federal Population Census, Town of Orleans, Jefferson County, New York. p 24 Dwelling number 200, Family number 203, line 37, Family History Library, Santa Monica, CA film number 593, Roll 945.
!BIRTH: RELATIONSHIPS: DEATH: John & Ellen Bartlett. Town of Orleans Cemetery Inscriptions Jefferson COunty, New York, New York, 1993, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah US/CAN 974.757/01 V3b. p 55. Copy in possession of Joyanna Margaret Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240
!BIRTH: RELATIONSHIPS: DEATH: John & Ellen Bartlett. Town of Orleans Cemetery Inscriptions Jefferson County, New York, New York, 1993, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah US/CAN 974.757/01 V3b. p 51 Copy in possession of Joyanna Margaret Hoff Carlton, 9326 Orizaba Avenue, Downey, CA 90240
!BIRTH:, MARRIAGE: DEATH: RELATIONSHIPS: Geographical Gazetteer of Jefferson County, N. Y. 1684-1890, compiled by Hamilton Child, Syracuse, N. Y. The Syracuse Journal Company, Printers and Binders, July 1890, US/CAN74.757 E5ch. Film Number 851120 Item 2, p 595. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT.
!William Payne was born in Dearfield Corners, near Utica. His father died when he was two years old, and he lived with his grandfather until he was 16, attending the common schools winters and working upon the farm summers. At the age of 17 years he removed to the town of Pamelia. When 22 years of age he married Emily daughter of Alvin Herrick, of Le Ray, by whom he has had 11 children, namely: Saryette, Spencer, Almira, Edward, Adelbert Frank, Fidelia, Lucina, Adeline, Alvin, and Josephine. The last five are deceased. Spencer Payne lived at home and attended school until he arrived at the age of 17. At the age of 20 her married Fidelia, daughter of Abram Shimmel of Le Ray, and they had two sons, Herman and Clarence. For his second wife he married Mary Garner, of Orleans, in 1868 and they have one son, Elmer, and reside near the old homestead on road 55.

Lucille married George H Timmerman-[441] [MRIN:23] in 1867 in , Jefferson, NY.
 

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