Charles Manning Todd8, (Eugene M.7, Manning S.6, Samuel B.5, Gideon4, Gideon3, Michael2, Christopher1) born May 8, 1868; he is married and lived in Fairfield, N. Y. Child: 2436. Leon.
Edwin Hunter Todd8, (Eugene M.7, Manning S.6, Samuel B.5, Gideon4, Gideon3, Michael2, Christopher1) born June 4, 1870, married June 28, 1913, Charlotte Gladys Stevens. They lived in Dodgeville, N. Y. Child: 2437. Eugene Francis, b. March 1, 1914.
Morris Todd8, (Allen7, David6, Abraham5, Abraham4, Jonah3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born in 1830, in Herkimer County, N. Y., died in 1902, in Quasqueton, Iowa, married about 1853, Clara F. Finlayson, who was born in 1836, in Onondaga County, N. Y. In his early life, Mr. Todd learned and worked at the shipwright trade. Removing to Michigan,
Richard Gird is the well-known owner of the Chino Ranch, San Bernardino County. The few facts obtained in regard to his life and successful career form an interesting chapter in this Memorial History. Mr. Gird was born in Herkimer County, New York, in 1836. His father, John Gird, was a native of New Jersey, a
ALBERT BARNES WATKINS IN THE broad and varied interests of education, and as possessing intellectual powers admirably fitted for the practical application of knowledge to the wants of our young men and women engaged in the courses of study, no man in Albany has earned a more excellent reputation than Dr. Albert B. Watkins, of
Almost the only living individual among those earliest settlers who came to Rock Island County in the thirties and forties, when the present City of Rock Island was a small village, known as Stephenson, is Sylvester Washington McMaster, a man whom nearly every man, woman and child throughout Rock Island County knows, either personally or
This is a transcription of a cemetery on road from Palatine Bridge to Stone Arabia just outside village in center of a field in Palatine Bridge, Herkimer County, New York. BAKER William, d. 12 May 1868, ae. 47 yrs., 7 mos., 11 days. DIEFENDORF Nancy Ann, d. 2_ Aug. 1841, ae. 28 yrs. Wife of
The following names have been copied from monuments found in Woods, Pastures, Fence corners, Stone walls, Barnyards, and small family plots. All are cemeteries are found in the town of Stark, Herkimer county, New York. FIKES Adam, d. 27 Apr. 1834, ae. 55 yrs., 6 mos., 28 days. Son of Adam Fikes. Christina, d. 15
Tombstone inscriptions of the Otsquak Cemetery. This is the first burial place of the early settlers of the town of Stark. In this cemetery was located the first church in this section. It was built in 1798 and the presiding minister was John Christopher Welting. He is buried in the Fort Plain cemetery (in the
DR. W.C. McKAY. – One by one the pioneers who braved the wilderness and its dangers, in order that their posterity might enjoy the fruits of their hazardous conquests of the domain of the savage are passing away. As the poet sang of the valorous knights of the days of chivalry, “Their souls are with