Location: New Haven County CT

Biography of Guy Patten

Guy Patten, Mayor of Vinita, is also well known in other connections, being an extensive oil operator and one of the leading agriculturists and stock raisers of northeastern Oklahoma, and in every line of activity to which he has directed his attention he has gained a position of leadership through his ability and tireless energy, which never falls short of the attainment of its purpose. He was born at Keokuk, Iowa, on the 11th of January, 1883, and is a son of F. P. and Emma (Richmond) Patten, both natives of Illinois. The father has devoted his entire life to agricultural pursuits, first following that occupation in Iowa, after which he removed to Illinois, locating near the city of St. Louis, Missouri, and in 1904 he came to Oklahoma. He is now operating a farm near Chelsea and the mother also survives. Discover your family's story. Enter a grandparent's name to get started. choose a state: Any AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY INTL Start Now In the acquirement of an education Guy Patten attended the grammar schools of Pike County, Illinois, and the...

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Biography of Charles Rudolph Nesbitt

Although one of the younger representatives of the legal fraternity of Miami, his years seem no bar to the progress of Charles Rudolph Nesbitt, who has already attained a clientele and a reputation that many an older practitioner might well envy. He was born at Colony, Kansas, May 24, 1892, his parents being Frank W. and Mary (Halley) Nesbitt, both natives of Ohio. They removed from that state to Kansas, in which the father followed the occupation of farming. In religious faith he was a Methodist and his demise occurred in 1892. The youngest in a family of five children, Charles R. Nesbitt attended the grammar schools of his native city and the high school at Garnett, Kansas. In 1907 he entered the University of Kansas, which conferred upon him the Bachelor of Arts degree in 1911, while in the following year he received the M. A. degree, on the completion of a course in economics, winning a scholarship which gave him the privilege of attending Yale University. For two years he was a law student at that institution, which conferred upon him the master’s degree, and during that period he became a member of the Acacia Club. He continued his studies by a year’s attendance at the University of Wisconsin and while acquiring his legal training was connected with the state railroad commission. In 1916 he came to...

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Collins, Patrick Howard – Obituary

Union, Oregon Patrick Howard Collins, 48, of Seaside and formerly of La Grande and Union, died Nov. 19 in Seaside. A memorial service is planned for 1 p.m. Saturday at Coastline Christian Fellowship Church in Olney. Prior to the service, visitation will take place from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday at Caldwell’s Luce-Layton Mortuary in Astoria. Mr. Collins, known as Pat, was born Sept. 11, 1958, in Waterbury, Conn., to Theodore M. and Mary E. Brooks Collins. He grew up and was educated in Anaheim, Calif. In 1974 he moved to Clatsop County and began a career in the drywall business with a brother-in-law. On May 11, 1983, he married Diana I. Pender in Warrenton. In the early 1990s he and his family moved to Eastern Oregon, where he continued his construction business and worked for McReynolds Cabinets and Pine Eagle Freight Lines in La Grande. The family moved to Union in 1992 and lived there until 2001, at which time they returned to Clatsop County. They made their home in Seaside, where he owned his own company, Pat Collins Construction. He was a member of and served as a deacon at the Bread of Life Fellowship Church in La Grande, and was a member of the Coastline Christian Fellowship Church in Olney. He will be remembered as a hard-working person, devoted to his wife and family. He...

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Chloe Todd Tuttle of Middletown CT

TUTTLE, Chloe Todd5, (Titus4, Benjamin3, Michael2, Christopher1) born Jan. 26, 1763, died in 1810, married first Samuel, son of Samuel and Sarah (Humiston) Tuttle, who was born in 1759, died July 9, 1802; killed by falling from a load of hay and was run over. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary war. They lived in Middletown, Conn., until his death, when soon afterwards, his widow removed to North Haven, Conn., and married second(???) Granniss. Children: I. Sally, b. Sept. 15, 1787, d. Oct. 18, 1864, m. Oct. 4, 1813, William Way, who d. July 30, 1868. They lived in Colesville, Broome County, N. Y. II. Edward, b. in New Haven, Conn., d. in Tooele City, Utah, July 1867, m. Sally Clinton. III. Lyman, b. June 15, 1790, in North Haven, Ct., m. Martha, Dau. of Jude Tuttle, who was b. Mar. 7, 1794, in Rowe, Mass. They lived in Hartford, Ct. IV. Maria, m. Daniel Todd; they had issue: (1) Cornelia; (2) Chloe; (3) Samuel; (4) Edward. V. Samuel, b. June 7, 1795, d. Dec. 12, 1834, of sunstroke at Baiou Barou Chunneville, La., m. Lucille Thorpe, who afterwards m. second(???)Burr, of New Haven, Conn. He was a carriage maker in New Haven, Ct., until 1832, when he removed to Louisiana, where he worked at the business for about two years, when he died. VI. Titus Todd, d....

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Titus Todd of North Haven CT

Titus Todd4, (Benjamin3, Michael2, Christopher1) born July 16, 1730, died June 28, 1806, married first April 17, 1750, Elizabeth, daughter of Deacon Isaiah and Susanna (Doolittle) Tuttle of North Haven, Ct., who was born June 7, 1736. He married second June 7, 1758, Esther Barnes, who was born 1736, died Aug. 5, 1812. He was a deacon in the North Haven church, having been chosen March 1, 1787, to fill the vacancy caused by the removal of his brother Jesse Todd to Springfield, Mass. The diary of Ezra Stiles, President of Yale College from 1782 to 1785 has been published by order of the Yale Corporation and edited by F. B. Dexter. In Vol. 1, page 177, there is a list of “Families in New Haven in 1760.” There are mentioned twelve families of Todd’s including Titus Todd, who is mentioned with the Tuttle’s under the heading “West side of river.” “In 1792 there appear for the first time the names of the Congregational “Choristers:” Caleb Blakesly, Thomas Cooper. Justus Bishop, Titus Todd, Jairus Sanford, Thos. Pierpont, Ezekiel Jacobs. They were authorized to take the lead in singing and three pounds was appropriated to hire the singing master.” From North Haven Annals. Children by Elizabeth Tuttle: 180. Ichabod; removed to Russell, Mass, in 1784, apparently at or about the time as did his brother Benjamin. *181. Benjamin, b. March...

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Timothy Todd of East Guilford CT

Timothy Todd4, (Jonathan3, John2, Christopher1) born Mar. 3, 1722-23, died Jan. 3, 1779, of small-pox, married May 16, 1751, Abigail, daughter of Capt. Joseph and Mary (Couch) Crane, who was born April 3, 1730, died Sept. 30, 1806. Mr. Todd graduated from Yale College, 1774; was a merchant and magistrate in East Guilford, (now Madison) Connecticut. “Timothy Todd, Esq., was one of a committee appointed December 14, 1776, to confer with committees from other towns or governments to receive charitable donations for the distressed poor in Boston, who were suffering in the Common cause.” – From Fifty Puritan Ancestors, by Elizabeth Todd Nash. Timothy Todd was a member of the Coast Guards enlisting as Sergeant May 15, 1780 and served 150 days. Children: 115. Sarah Todd, b. March 30, 1752, died March 30, 1810, married James Evarts, of Sunderland, Vermont. Children: I. Jeremiah Evarts, b. Feb. 3, 1781, d. May 10, 1831, m. Mehitabel, daughter of Roger Sherman Barnes, of New Haven, Conn., graduated from Yale, 1802; lawyer, the Cong. minister, Sec. A. B. C. F. M.; editor of the Panoplist. Resided in New Haven, later in Boston, Massachusetts. II. Sarah Evarts, b. April 26, 1786, d. March 15, 1841, m. Hercules, son of Josiah and Phebe (Cushing) Washburn, of Randolph, Vermont., who was b. Nov. 3, 1788, d. Nov. 23, 1849. III. Mary Evarts, died aged 16. IV. Jonathan...

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Stephen Todd of Wallingford CT

Stephen Todd4, (Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born Dec. 4, 1702, died 1772 in Wallingford, Conn., married May 26, 1726 Lydia, daughter of Deacon and Ensign Samuel and Ruth (Atwater) Ives, who was born Mar. 1709. Children: 126. Jehiel, b. March 13, 1727. 127. Ruth, b. Feb. 26, 1729. *128. Jonah, b. April 28, 1731. *129. Caleb, b. April 12, 1733. *130. Stephen, b. March 23, 1735. *131. Noah, b. Nov. 29, 1736. 132. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 16, 1739. *133. Sybil, b. Nov. 17, 1740. *134. Lydia, b. Nov. 21, 1744. 135. Charles, b. Sept. 6, 1746, d. Aug. 12, 1779. 136. Asa, b. Aug. 5, 1750. 137. Mary,...

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Solomon Todd of Zoar MA

Solomon Todd5, (James4, James3, Samuel2, Christopher1) baptized in 1768, died April 13, 1857, married Aug. 10, 1789, Lydia Sacket, who was born 1772, died Oct. 16, 1849. He was born in Fair Haven, Conn. He with two other families removed to Zoar, Mass., in 1811 or 1812 in which town he passed the remaining days of his life. Children: *376. Charlotte. *377. Lydia. 378. Vincie, m. Abel Potter. *379. Eli, b. about 1798. *380. Electa. 381. Eunice. 382. Beda. *383. Uriah, b. May 11, 1808. *384. Solomon, b. Aug. 31, 1811. *385. Evelyn, b. about...

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Samuel Todd of Waterbury CT

Samuel Todd4, (Samuel3, Samuel2, Christopher1) born March 6, 1716-17, died June 10, 1789, married Aug. 31, 1739, Mercy, daughter of Rev. Peter Evans, of Northfield (Mass.?). He graduated from Yale college in 1734; ordained May 7, 1740, as the first minister at Waterbury, Conn., Northbury Parish; dismissed Aug., 1764; installed pastor at Plymouth, 1766; removed to Lanesborough, Mass., remaining there two years; organized First Church at Adams, Mass. and remained there as pastor until 1778; Moved to Orford, N. H. where he died. “He possessed a mind of more than ordinary strength, and great decision of character. His religious sentiments and feelings were strictly evangelical. The revivals of 1740, he warmly approved and exerted himself to promote.” From the History of Berkshire County, Mass. It was his approval of these revivals which led to his dismissal from Northbury. His church became Episcopalian. “He was a clergyman of much note. I shall not forget how he used to shake his large white wig, when any of my good mothers little flock made a mistake in the old Westminister Catechism.” From The Foote Genealogy, by Erastus Foote. After repeated attempts and failures, the people of Plymouth were at last successful in being separated from Waterbury, by the October session of the General Court, 1739, to be known and called the Parish of Northbury. The society thus formed, at once set about...

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Michael Todd of Hartford County CT

Michael Todd4, (Michael3, Michael2, Christopher1) born Aug. 10, 1729, died May 6, 1776, married first Aug. 10, 1749, Eunice, eldest daughter of Capt. James and Mary (Hitchcock) Peck, of New Haven, Ct., who was born Feb. 14, 1731-32, died Nov. 1765; second Sept. 15, 1766, Mary, eldest daughter of John and Hannah (Smith) Rowe, of East Haven, Conn., who was born March 22, 1744, died about 1789. She married second(???)Holt. Mr. Todd fulfilled his fathers desires as expressed in his will and testament and graduated from Yale college in 1748. He afterward became an extensive merchant in New Haven, Conn. His estate was inventoried at œ2083. In his will he appointed his son Michael, the executor and guardian of the three youngest children. Children by Eunice Peck: 215. Michael, b. June 11, 1750, d. Nov. 3, 1750. 216. Michael, b. Sept. 24, 1752, was lost at sea while on a voyage from the West Indies, about 1797. Children by Mary Rowe: 217. Eli, b. July 22, 1769, d. Nov. 17, 1833, m. first Aug. 9, 1796, Rhoda Hill, of Farmington, Conn., who d. March 1825; second Catherine Hill, a sister of his first wife, Nov. 1828; graduated from Yale college in 1787. He was a physician; President of the Med. Soc. of Conn. in 1813. He lived at Farmington, Conn. until 1819, where he held a very large practice....

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John Todd of Stamford CT

John Todd4, (John3, John2, Christopher1) born Nov. 13, 1709, married Hannah(???). He removed from Branford, Conn., to “Long Ridge,” in the town of Stamford, Conn., where he bought land, March 22, 1739, passed the remaining days of his life, and died there. He was the only settler in the town of Stamford by the name of Todd, at that time, and interesting entries may be found in the town records, of the different tracts of land bought by him at “the South end of ye Long Ridge.” He seems to have inherited a taste for the milling industry, for now (1914) there are ruins of two mills at Long Ridge, one for grain, the other a saw-mill, both owned and operated by him during his residence there. He became one of the leading and influential men of that region. It is not known who he married, except that her given name was Hannah. Children: 109. John Todd, b. Jan. 8, 1731. 110. Hannah Todd, b. April 23, 1734. 111. Mindwell Todd, b. Sept. 8, 1736. 112. Elnathan Todd, b. Jan. 20,...

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Jonah Todd of New Haven CT

Jonah Todd3, (Samuel2, Christopher1) born Dec. 16, 1684, in New Haven, Ct. died Aug. 29, 1730, married April 20, 1709, Hannah, daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Tuttle) Clark, who was born April 6, 1685. He was buried in the New Haven cemetery and the following is engraved on his gravestone. Here lyeth the body of Mr. Jonah Todd who died August ye 29th A. D. 1730 in the 45th year of his age. Child: *60. Abraham, b. Feb. 18,...

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John Todd of New Haven CT

John Todd2 (Christopher1) baptized Dec. 2, 1642, married (1) Nov. 26, 1668, Sarah, daughter of Matthew (one of the “seven pillars” of the church in New Haven, Ct.) Gilbert, who died April 1672; (2) Aug. 20, 1677, Sarah, daughter of James and Mirriam (Wheeler) Blakeman and grand-daughter of Rev. Adam Blakeman, she was born April 25, 1658, died Dec. 16, 1688. Child by Sarah Gilbert: 8. Sarah Todd, b. Aug. 27, 1670, d. Sept. 1670. Children by Sarah Blakeman 9. Sarah Todd, b. May 13, 1678: d. Oct. 19, 1678. 10. John Todd, b. May 11, 1679. *11. Jonathan Todd, b. Feb. 20, 1680. 12. Sarah Todd, b. Mar. 12, 1682; d. June 26, 1682. 13. Mary Todd, b. Sept. 26, 1683; d. Aug. 8, 1706. 14. Joseph Todd, d. Mar. 7, 1709. *15. Josiah Todd. 16. Daughter, b. and d. Dec. 16,...

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John Todd, Jr. of New Haven CT

John Todd3, (John2, Christopher1) born May 11, 1679, died Sept. 21, 1723, married Feb. 9, 1708-09, Hannah Butler, who married (2) Caleb, son of Thomas and Hannah Powell; who was born Aug. 29, 1674, by whom she had (1) Joshua; (2) Stephen. She was a daughter of John Butler, of Branford, Conn. In 1748, when the church society employed John Curtis to preach, Caleb Tuttle and wife and David Punderson and wife, Thankful, conveyed a half acre and 17 rods, fronting 100 feet on Elm St., for a parsonage lot. Caleb and his wife Hannah had become owners of two-thirds of it by deed from her sons Joseph and John Todd in 1726. This was the Blue Meeting house parsonage lot, and is now the site of St. Thomas Episcopal Church. Mrs. Hannah Tuttle died Oct. 27, 1748, in her 65th year. Children: 37. John Todd, b. Nov. 13, 1709. 38. Joseph Todd, b. Nov. 1, 1711, married Feb. 27, 1739, Sarah, daughter of William Punchard, who was born Feb. 19, 1717-18. Children: I. William Todd, b. Dec. 27, 1740. II. Joseph Todd, b. Aug. 20, 1743. 39. Thankful Todd, b. July 18, 1717, married Dec. 20, 1739, David Punderson. Children: I. Hannah Punderson, b. Oct. 21, 1740. II. Charles Punderson, b. July 14, 1742. III. Susannah Punderson, b. Aug. 16, 1744. IV. Sarah Punderson, b. May 30, 1746....

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Gideon Todd of North Haven CT

Gideon Todd4, Capt. (Gideon3, Michael2, Christopher1) born Nov. 3, 1737, Died March 22, 1817, married first Dec. 31, 1761, Prudence, daughter of Daniel and Phebe (Beach) Tuttle, who was born July 6, 1746, died Dec. 10, 1798, being a sister of Jabez Tuttle who married Mary Todd, see No. 202. “A very remarkable woman.” He married second March 7, 1799, Eunice Brockett, who was born Feb. 21, 1744, died March 27, 1810. Married third July 4, 1816, Eliza Brockett, a sister of his second wife. Prudence Tuttle was from Wallingford, Conn., her father being an officer there under the King. Gideon Todd was born in North Haven, Conn. Their marriage created a sensation in Colonial society. The Tuttle’s were a wealthy and aristocratic family and when young “Gid” Todd asked their daughters hand in marriage, he was haughtily refused. He was their equal by birth and lineage, but had his fortune yet to make, and they had other views for their daughter. One winter day, there was consternation and dismay in the Tuttle mansion; Prudence was missing and investigation revealed the fact that she had eloped, mounted on a pillon, behind her lover, they had ridden to North Haven and were married. Her parents disowned her and her name was never to be mentioned. As time passed, reports reached them that Gideon Todd was getting on in a remarkable...

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