Biography of Judge Elbert Osborne Hand

Judge Elbert Osborne Hand, long a distinguished member of the Racine bar and for thirteen years occupying the bench of the County court, passed away June 19, 1915, an occasion which carried with it a sense of deep regret and sorrow to many who have been his associates and contemporaries. He was then nearing the

Esselstyne Farm Cemetery, Clavernack, Columbia County, New York

Esselstyne Farm Cemetery, Clavernack, Columbia, New York, on the road from Martindale to Harlemville Esselstyne Jacob, March 31, 1850, 87-11-2 Mary Van Deusen, wife, Dec. 12, 1843, 65-6-21 Caroline Stoor, wife, of Jacob, Aug. 27, 1805, 35-8-7. Harriet, Oct. 1, 1860, 57 y. 8 m. Cornelius, April 11, 1847, 77 y. 6 m. Clarissa, wife,

Harlemville Methodist Cemetery, Harlemville, Columbia County, New York

Allworth Mary, wife of Thomas, 8 Feb 1847, 98 yrs 9 mos Ashton Eddie, son of Rev. E. and C. L., 23 Jun 1864, 2 yrs 2 mos 9 dys. Bancroft Henrietta Ash, wife of Rev George C., 7 Sep 1846, 32 yrs 11 mos. Becker Jacob, 1800-1838. Elenor, wife, 1809-1900. Sanford, 1833-1921. Dency, wife,

Biographical Sketch of Daniel Hyde

Daniel Hyde came in from Claverack, Columbia county, in 1801, and settled two and one-half miles north of Afton, at what is known as Ayrshire or North Afton, on the farm now occupied by Edward Wilkinson, where he died. His children were: Edward, who married Lydia, daughter of Nathan Bateman, and settled in the same

Biography of Henry Chase Bradbury

Henry Chase Bradbury. It is truly a fortunate man who can come to his seventy-third year with a record of so much good accomplished, with many responsibilities discharged and burdens bravely sustained as have been part and parcel of the life and experience of Henry Chase Bradbury, now living at Lincoln. Rev. Mr. Bradbury is

Benjamin Todd of Hillsdale NY

Benjamin Todd4, (Benjamin3, Michael2, Christopher1) born April 10, 1730, died Nov. 1755 on the Crown Point expedition, married by Isaiah Tuttle, Justice of the Peace, Sept. 3, 1755, Lois, daughter of Ezekiel and Susannah (Merriman) Tuttle, who was born Feb. 14, 1737-38. She married second Dec. 9, 1756, James, son of Caleb and Lydia (Benham)

Armenia Todd Carver of Copake NY

CARVER, Armenia Todd9, (Wilbur8, Martin7, Abraham6, Abraham5, Abraham4, Jonah3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Jan. 8, 1883, married Martin L. Carver, who is a Methodist Clergyman and was given a pastorate in Copake, N. Y. Child: I. Dewitt Clayton, b. April 7, 1912.

Biography of John P. Clum

John P. Clum, of San Bernardino, was born in Claverack, Columbia County, New York, in 1851, and his childhood and youth were passed on the banks of the historic Hudson. At the age of nineteen he graduated at the Hudson River Institute, and entered the freshman class of Rutger’s College, New Brunswick, New Jersey. After

Biographical Sketch of Charles Henry Bump

Charles Henry Bump, third child, was born in Hudson, New York, September 8, 1848, and died in April, 1921. He received a thorough education at Spencertown Academy and at Hudson Private Institute. In 1874 he married Emma Weeks, born in 1854, died in May, 1904; daughter of Robert Weeks, and they became the parents of

Biographical Sketch of James Allen Bump, Jr.

James Allen Bump, Jr., their son, was born in 1817 and died in 1880. He was the first agent for the New York Central Railroad Company at Hudson, New York; he furnished wood for the company and was the first conductor on the Hudson & Berkshire Railroad. He married, in 1842, Mary Augusta Shattuck, and

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