Niagara County

Queries Jan 1996 to Mar 2000 - C-D

These queries were posted from Jan 1996 to Mar 2000 on this site. As they are so old, the original email links to these researchers have been removed, though snail mail information remains.


I am searching for the CAMP families that were living in Niagara County in 1809. My g g grandfather was Seth Keeler CAMP, records show he was born July 1809, Buffalo Trail Rd., Camptown, or Hanburg, Niagara Co., NY. I have not been able to locate either of these towns in your county, know there was or is a Hamburg in Erie Co., where they later moved. Any help greatly appreciated and thank you.(03 June 1997) - sent in by: Phyllis Hembree, PO Box 643, Twain Harte, CA 95383


I am looking for the family of JAMES CAMPBELL and SUSAN, SUSANNA SLOAN. They were married in Cherry Valley, NY., and removed to the town of Niagra. They had a large family, one of whom was JAMES CAMPBELL who married DEBORAH HOVEY and removed to the town of Seneca, NY. They must have moved to Niagra, somewhere around the early 1800's. Please e-mail any response. Thanks, Nancy. (Fri Nov 7 1997) - sent in by: Nancy Ulrich, 5387 Garrison Circle, San Jose, CA 95123


Seeking any information on the families, ancestors, siblings, descendants of Jasper A. CARL / CARLES who had lived Winslow Township, Jefferson County, PA. in 1898 married Mary Matilda 'Tillie' HETRICK, born 1862 in Jefferson/Clarion County, PA; died September 27, 1906 in Niagara Falls, NY. Death Certificate records funeral director was Cornell & Daggett Fun. Inc., Niagara Falls, New York. Father: Peter Heydrich/ HETRICK Mother: Catharine Himes / HIME (Sat Oct 11 1997) - sent in by: Martha Hetrick Breene, 301 West Third Street, Oil City, Pa. 16301


I am looking for the burial place and date for Aaron CASS. Aaron was born 25 Dec 1761 in Kent, CT, fought in the Revolutionary war ( he was a private in Capt. David Olmsted's Company, having arrived in camp on 3 June 1778), and died while standing in for his son Josiah in the War of 1812. He died while crossing the Niagara River in Oct 1812 at the Battle of Queenston Heights - he was in the Dryden company of the Cayuga County regiment. He had settled on the Dryden tract of bounty land in the town of Ellis Hollow. Any information about him and his family would be appreciated - Jan 2000 - sent in by: Bryan Cass


I am looking for information Jane CHANDLER born about 1840 at Niagara Co., N.Y. Her husband was Ransom (Alphonso) GILLETT. They had one son named William GILLETT born in Canada. If you know anything about my ancestors, write to me - Dec 1999 - sent in by: Mr. Shannon Rathbun, 2679 South Canal Road, Eaton Rapids, Michigan 48827


My ancestor, William CHANDLER, was supposedly born in Genesee County, NY in 1817; however, he may have a Niagara County, NY connection through Felix and Comfort HOLDRIDGE, who were taking care of Chandler's daughter, Caroline, in 1850 in Lenawee County, MI. I have a dictionary inscribed "Feliz Holdridge, October 14, 1827, Royalton, Neagara, New York". I would be interested in hearing from people researching these surnames in Niagara County. (Sat Nov 15 1997) - sent in by: Homer Thiel, 3975 N. Tucson Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85716


CLAPSADDLE, Robert: Looking to find out all of his children's names... Iknow of Dennis, Mary, Anna, and Lindy. Are there others? Also I'd liketo know who his parents are. He was born about 1824 in Niagara Co. He is listed with his wife and children in the 1875 census. Is he listed on earlier census? Where is he buried? If you can help at all, please contact me. (Sep 23 1997) - sent in by: Caron Mosey


Am looking for information of an immigrant great grandfather, Anthony A. CLARK, who settled near the Niagara-Youngstown-Wilson area. He had a son,Herman H. who maried Lucy M. Irish of Raus..ville (Ransomville), New York on 7 July,1895 at Wilson, New York. Herman lived for sometime in Youngstown, N.Y. Anthony A. might have been an immigrant from Ireland/Scotland in the mid1800's. One other brother of Herman's might have been Chatford CLARK. Thank you for your assistance - Jan 2000 - sent in by: Rev. David L. Chatford Clark


Seeking parents of WILLIAM C. CLARK, born Dec 31, 1804 in Sherburne, Chenango County. Removed to Onandaga County where he married Abigail Betts. In 1828, moved to Orleans County, then to Wilson, Niagara County, around 1830. Emigrated to Michigan 1837. I have lots of details to share on his descendants. Thanks. (Mon Aug 11, 1997) - sent in by: Dave Dixon


I am looking for information on my great grandfather and his family: James Nasmith CLEGHORN, born Nov. 22, 1850 or 1852 in Suspension Bridge or Lewiston NY. Father was James CLEGHORN and mother Katherine whose last name was possibly NAISMITH or DE POTAY (or similar spelling). Had a brother Jessie CLEGHORN and sisters, Mary CLEGHORN WILLIS and Elizabeth CLEGHORN WOLFORD. The elder James CLEGHORN became a widower and married Hannah E. PROUD on May 22 1858 in LaPort Co., IN. Jessie CLEGHORN was born of this marriage in April of 1859. James Naismith CLEGHORN was a pioneer settler in Alaska working for the Alaska Commercial Co. both before and after the turn of the century. He married and raised a large family in Alaska. He died in Jan., 1928 in Seldovia, Alaska where he is buried. Oct 1999 - sent in by: Toni Francisco, 7213 Rovenna Street, Anchorage, Alaska 99518


Looking for any information of Rachel (Hough) Colbath, died 7-18-1841 LewistonNY, wife of Dependence Colbath. (Sept 10 1997) - sent in by: S.K. Ruff, 406 E. Poplar St., Seaford, DE 19973


I am looking for information about the family of James COLE, born 1786, died 1840, and Nancy QUICK, born about 1792, died 1891. Known children: Orin Hale COLE (married Lucinda WILSON and Rosanna Olive MONGER), Truman COLE, Laura COLE (married JOHNSON), Clara COLE (married DAILY), Phebe COLE (married LELAND), James D. COLE, William W. COLE (married Helen HOSMER), Lucinda COLE (married YOUNG), Anderson COLE, and Luther COLE. James COLE is buried at the Greenwood Cemetery at Wilson, Niagara County, New York. Orin, Truman, James D., and William moved to Michigan - Barry County, Calhoun County - probably in the 1850's. Other members of the family may have also gone to Michigan - Jan 2000 - sent in by: John McDonald


Seeking any information about Rueben COLE and his son Orin H. COLE. They were listed in the U.S. Census of Population as living in Wilson, NY between 1820 and 1860 before Orin COLE and his family resettled in Michigan. - Mon Jan 19, 1998 - sent in by: Gerald L. Cole, 8 Swallow Circle, Newark, DE 19711


I am trying to find out what cemeteries accepted indigents in the Lockport City area. My maternal grand-father; Stephen Collins [died approx 1940] and his wife Cora Collins nee Siebel [died approx 1938]. Any help would be greatly appreciated - April 1999 - sent in by: Charles S. Valleau, 27124 Patriot Drive, Salisbury Md. 21801


Looking for information on Smith T. CONGDON who is listed in the 1860 census index for Lockport. Trying to tie him to Smith CONGDON who is listed in Springfield, Otsego County, in 1850. Are they the same person? Does anyone have access to the full census to do a lookup on the other members in the household listed in the 1860 Lockport census? Willing to exchange information with anyone researching the CONGDON, WALTER, WILSON, WINFIELD, BEMENT surnames in NYS - Nov 1999. - sent in by: Claudia Bement


Searching for descendants of the CONLIN family in Niagara County, New York from 1856-possibly now. Frank CONLIN died in 1927; and Hannah CONLIN died in 1951 and both are buried in St. Patrick's Cemetery in the City of Lockport. I would appreciate any help. Thank you very much. Sincerely, Nancy C. Adkins at - Wed. April 1, 1998 - sent in by: Nancy C. Adkins, 1035 Noel Drive, Portsmouth, Ohio 45662-2235


I am looking for information on Thomas H. CONNIFF who came from Canada to Lewiston around 1840. He married a Sarah McSpadden in 1842. Looking for Relatives or information on the Conniff line and his military information - April 1999 - sent in by: Alison Vigil


I am looking for information on my GGG-grandparents CONNOR, Patrick and Mary. According to the 1860 Federal Census, Patrick and Mary lived in Pendleton, Niagara County, New York. They were both born in Ireland. Patrick was 40 years old and Mary was 37 year old in 1860. They had four daughters who were born in St. Johns New Foundland. Their names and ages in 1860 were: Margaret, 17 years old; Ann, 14 years old; Mary, 9 years old; and Johanna, 7 years old. They had a son, born in Canada, by the name of James, 5 years old. They also had a daughter and son, born in New York State, named Bridget, 3 years old; and Martin, 8 months old. I am also looking for information on a Miles CONNOR who may have been Patrick's brother - Tues. May 12, 1998. - sent in by: Michael Morrissey
Update to query posted Tues May 12, 1998 The CONNOR family from Pendelton, New York: Patrick was married to Mary DALTON. They were both born in Ireland, according to the 1860 federal census. Their oldest daughter Margaret CONNOR married a Michael J. RILEY from Lockport, NY. Michael RILEY died on October 25, 1892, and his wife died on June 3, 1914. Michael and Margaret had seven children. Their names were Anna l., John., William L., Mary G., Charles., Charles o., Michael J. and Daniel E. Their other daughter Mary CONNOR married a Dan T. MCCARTHY from Lockport, NY. They had two daughters Mary and Jennie. Also according to the 1870 Federal Census, Patrick and Mary had another son born in 1863 by the name of Patrick Jr. - Tues., June 16, 1998 - sent in by: Michael Morrissey


Samuel COOLEY received land patents for Macomb County, MI. His first in 1833 stated he was from Niagara County, NY. Several other COOLEYs were listed in the land patents as well ... Benjamin, Charles, Jonathan, Noah, Rodney and William. I believe Benjamin, Jonathan and William are Samuel's sons (they all received land patents 9 Oct 1835, but their's stated they were from Macomb County). I know for certain he had a son Levi. Samuel married Kaziah HOWARD, possibly of Genessee or Alleghany Counties, NY (as there were HOWARDs in Macomb Co land patents from those counties) - Feb. 1999. - sent in by: Debbie Bailey, 373 Messina Drive, Ballwin, MO 63021


Solomn COOPER and wife Sophia ? may have lived Lockport area prior to coming to Canada about 1835. Solomn had several siblings who may have lived in the area. Any information appreciated. (Wednesday, June 18, 1997 at 19:43:04) - sent in by: Ken Newcombe, 16 Homestead Avenue, Dundas, Ontario, Canada L9H 5Y7


Jeremeih CONROY, I believe may have been born or lived in Niagra county from 1902-1905 until maybe 1920 - June 1999. - sent in by: Tom Stoup, San Diego, California


I am searching for any information on August (Costante) CORAZZA. He was born in Salobbi, Tyrol, Austria in 1883 and immigrated to the United States about 1898. He settled in Freeland, Pennsylvania but left about 1910 for Niagara Falls, New York. He died there circa 1950 - 1960. Any information would be appreciated - Mon. May 11, 1998. - sent in by: Jean Cawley Corazza


Looking for information on the children of Nelson CORNELL (1849-1932) and Elizabeth Paxton (1859-1891). They lived in Lewiston NY and had at least four children: Harriet, Benjamin, James, and Edith. I have information on Harriet. (21/Feb/1997) - sent in by: David Cornell, 12 Berghoff Drive, Fishkill NY 12524


I am looking for info on Elizabeth "Betsy" TAYLOR CORNISH who was in Cambria in 1810. Husband Danielpossibly dead by then. Children John b. 1789 m. EuniceBARNES; Elisa b. 1791; Polly m. Henry ELLSWORTH 1810 Royalton; Aaron b. 1800 m. Laura STONE; Rhodab. 1802 m. Wheeler OVIATT; William b. 1805 m. Betsy?; Hiram b. 1807 m. Orpha BLASDELL; Charles b. ? (12/Feb/1997) - sent in by: Alana Bauman


Seeking information on a James COTTON who lived in Lockport New York and was an innkeeper around 1880. His father, James Cotton, lived in Toronto, Canada. Mother's name Johanna. Jame's uncle Edward W. Cotton lived in Urbana Hammondsport New York - March 1999. - sent in by: Cameron Cotton, P.O. Box 44, Dalton N.Y. 14836


Looking for Maria COTTON wife of ALVAH SHELDON. Maria born Oct 6, 1801 Berkshire Co MA died after Jul 1860 Richland County OH married Alvah SHELDON about 1824/25 NY prob Monroe County. Alvah born Aug 17 1799 VT; died September 1858 Richland County, OH. Children: Nathan born about 1830 near Rochester, NY; Thomas born about 1832 near Rochester, NY; Emma R. born September 20, 1835 Lockport, NY; Mary (Polly) born about 1841 Niagara Co, NY; William born about 1842 Niagara Co, NY; Francis born about 1845 Niagara Co, NY; and Sarah born about 1847 Niagara Co, NY. Maria COTTON emigrated with her uncle from MA to Penfield, NY about 1824/5. She married SHELDON and remained near Rochester for 12 years. They moved to Royalton, Niagara County, NY about 1836/7 and stayed there about 19 years. About 1854 they emigrated to New Philadephia, Crawford Co, OH and lived there 3 years. In the Fall of 1857 they moved to Richland Co OH. If anyone can be of assistance, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks - Jan 2000 - sent in by: Terry Wilson, 40 South Gamble Street, Shelby, OH 44875


Hi All ! I am researching the CRAGLE surname. I have an Elsie CRAGLE who died August 1985 in Niagara Falls, New York. Also a William CRAGLE who died April 1986 in Niagara Falls. Does anyone have any information on these folks or could someone find an obit for me? - Tues. Apr. 7, 1998 - sent in by: Mark Cragle, 5435-19 Avenue North, St. Petersburg, FL. 33710


Seeking information on the John CREAVY family who was living in Lewiston in 1840 through 1858. In 1840 name was spelled on census CRARY. John and Mary PRICE CREAVY had 7 children. Martin CREAVY, Margaret, Mary Ann, Ellen, Son Unknown, Elizabeth, and Harriet Amelia CREAVY. Would like to know what happened to Martin CREAVY? All were born in Ireland, but Harriet Amelia was born in 1839, New York.I have information on the rest of CREAVY family, but none on MARTIN Creavy. (Mon Dec 1 1997) - sent in by: VICKI JOHNSTON, 303 Susan Street, Roseburg, OR 97470


My great great grandparents, James S CREGO and Mary Ann Catherine NASH were married in Royalton, NY in March of 1849. I believe Mary Ann NASH had a brother named Aaron NASH. I'm trying to find out anything I can about these two families, especially the names of their parents. James and Mary Ann CREGO moved to Michigan sometime in the 1850's. Email (Update Wed Aug 13, 1997) - sent in by: Deborah Gosselin, 1015 San Juan SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506


Robert CROOKS may have lived around Newfane in 1850, before coming to Canada about 1852. He is thought to have had relations in the Lockport area, and may have married his wife Harriet COOPER there. Any information appreciated. (Wednesday, June 18, 1997) - sent in by: Ken Newcombe, 16 Homestead Avenue, Dundas, Ontario, Canada L9H 5Y7


I am searching for birth and marriage information regarding Lester E. CROSS, SR. and his wife Elma or Alma Sloane. Both are said to be New York natives. Lester E. Cross, Sr. was admitted to the bar in the State of NY. On March 24, 1842 their eldest son Lester E. Cross, Jr., was born in Lockport, NY. In 1845 Samuel was born. In 1848 the Cross family left Lockport for the State of Michigan and remained there until 1876. Upon his retirement he moved to Stockton, CA. The sons, Lester, Jr., Samuel, Harry, and Ira also migrated to Stockton. Any information would be appreciated. I have information to share regarding desendants - Fri. May 15, 1998. - sent in by: Peggy Cross


I am looking for additional information on my gr gr grandfather John CROWDER and his family. He migrated to Niagara County NY circa 1855. Enlisted with Company G 151 NY Infantry on September 2, 1862. He was naturalized in Lockport on Octtober 19, 1864. He is living in Genesee County, MI by 1870. (22/Sep/1996) - sent in by: D. Sue Kissel, 3299 Rose Lane, Prescott, AZ 86301, Researching: Crowder(CAN>NY>MI>SD), Keene(ME>MI), Long(CAN>NY>MI),Lutzke(GER>MI), Lou(c)ks(CAN>MI), Mallette(CAN>NY>MI), McFee(CAN>NY>MI>SD), Paine(ME>MI), Smith(NY>MI)


William H. Cummings, (parents and siblings names unknown) born in Niagara County November 2, 1829, moved with family to Michigan (place unknown)at age 5, where he lived until aged 21, then moved to Illinois, where he married Caroline Brown, March 16, 1854, and that year came to California with a brother, (name unknown) seeking gold. I am looking for connections to the family in New York who have information on this line to fill in the parentheses. Thanks for your help - Jan 2000 - sent in by: Earle William Cummings, 9118 Neponset Drive, Elk Grove CA 95624

CUMMIN(G)S, Stephen

CUMMIN(G)S Family of New York. Working on a book of the descendants of Stephen Cummings (5) 1736 to about 1815 of Attleboro, Mass., then of Coventry, RI; then of Pownal, VT removing to OTSEGO Co., New York in 1791. He was the son of Abraham Jr. (4) Abraham Sr. (3) John (2) Isaac (1) of Ipswich/Topsfield, Mass by 1630. Stephen was in New Lisbon/Pittsfield, Otsego Co. NY from 1790 to at least 1810, probably 1815. Children removed to STUEBEN, NIAGRA, ERIE, ORLEANS, GENESEE, WYOMING, MONROE, CHAUTAUQUA, ONTARIO, WAYNE Cos.,and other UNKNOWN Cos., NY and then to Michigan and other points west. CHILDREN: 1. Thomas b. 1758 d. 1846 Troupsburg, NY m #2 Lodema BLANCHARD 2. Hannah b. 1763 d. West Burlington, NY m. Benjamin CARD 3.Jacob b. 1763 d. 1842 Newstead, Erie Co., m. #1 Ester GALLOP #2 Hannah GARDNER 4. Elizabeth b. 1765 d. 1859 Knoxville, Tioga Co., PA m. John WAKLEY or WAKLEE 5. Elijah b 1764/67 d 1857, Newstead, Erie Co., NY m.#1 Martha (Mary) EVIN #2 unknown #3 Hannah GARDNER 6. Stephen b. 1772 d. 1850 Clarence Center, Erie Co., NY m#1 Ruth Gregory #2 Lydia (RANDALL?) 3. Martha Johnson may have also resided in COURTLAND Co., NY as one daughter is called of there 7. Levi b. 1786 d 1863, Clarence, Erie Co., NY m Martha_______? at least 10 Cummin(g)s children. Other allied NY surnames associated with this Cummings family: BLANCHARD, CARD, GALLOP, WAKLEY, EVIN, GREGORY, JOHNSON, MATTESON, CROSSMAN, WINSLOW, PALMER, PORTER, POTTER, SPENCER, COOK, MURDOCK, SCHOONOVER, EDSON, MONTGOMERY, NICHOLSON, McCOMB, WHEELER, COLLINS, COLE, STRAIT, HARRINGTON, BOWDISH, PRATT, POND, BATES, CARMER, PENDER, WILLIAMS, SHERMAN, BARNEY, DANCER, STRICKLAND, ELDRICH. Have more than 5,000 decendants in data-base willing to share with family members - Jan 2000 - sent in by: Barry C.K. Moravek


I am looking for information about William CURTIS who was married to Ruth E. Kelly. William died in 1963 and Ruth died in 1972. They moved to Tonawanda shortly after my mother Mary Ellen Curtis was born in 1931. They had four other children: William W., Walter S., Lona, and Grace. I don't have any information about where or when William and Ruth were born or who their parents were. Any information would be greatly appreciated. I will gladly pay for copying and postage, thank you - Jan 2000 - sent in by: Barbara Robertson, 6500 Montgomery NE #301E, Albuquerque, NM 87109


John DAKER 1823-1852 wife Ruth RICHARDSON 1827-1905 m. 23 Nov 1848 in England, first son born Lockport, William Henry DAKER 5 Sep 1849; John DAKER 5 Oct 1851 (also Lockport?); Robert DAKER 1852. Father John DAKER d. 23 Nov 1852 in Lockport? I'm interested in ANY and ALL information on this family. (Sep 23 1997) - sent in by: Bill Scholtes, 314 Palisades Drive, Henderson, NV 89014


Looking for information on Frances Marion DANIELS. Married Henry MARLIN Oct. 25, 1883 in Lockport by Dr. Foster Ely. Any information on these three would be greatly appreciated - Feb 1999. - sent in by: Bradford S. Marlin


I am searching for a place and time of death for forth-Grandfather. His name was William Seward DAVIDS. He was married to a lady by the name of Mary Main. William was killed in some kind of accident in Niagra, Youngstown, New York. I would appreciate any information you may have about this. He would have been killed around the 1860s. Thanks Jackie - Mon Feb 2, 1998. - sent in by: Jackie Britton, 1949 Terri lane, Schererville, IN 46375


I am looking for William Davis married to Miriam Coon in 1799and listed on the record as, of Niagara. I have found one record of them listing several children, but only one has a name. that is the first child George, born in 1800, he is listed as ,,New York. Seven other children are listed as, of Niagara, New York. And one other listed like George, New York. I would like to know the names of these children. (07/Feb/1997) - sent in by: Sharon Sypherd, 5538 Glen Drive, Paradise, Ca 95969


Seeking information on the descendants of Frederick W. DEAN, born in England 1799, came to US (Detroit area)around 1821. Married a widow, Barbara RONE TROY, who already had three children. Family moved to Niagara Falls around 1848. Children of Frederick and Barbara DEAN: Emma md. James WAGGONERand 2nd) Benjamin FOOSE, Frederick Jr. (died young), Edmund md. Emmeline COLBATH, Ann md.Thomas H. PECK (went to CA in the Gold Rush), William H. md. Ada BROOK, and Lucy May md.Benjamin BROWN (in CA). Frederick DEAN died 1880 in Lewiston NY, and Barbara DEAN died 1892in Youngstown NY. Both buried Oakwood Cemetery, Niagara Falls. (Sep 22 1997) - sent in by: Nancy Sicotte, 2047 Byron Street, Palo Alto CA 9430l


Looking for any information on John DECKER, who worked on docks or was involved in shipping on great lakes. Any information on this name would be appreciated. (11 May 1997) - sent in by: Donald J. Decker, 61 Keywester Drive, Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403-5910


I am seeking all references to the above surname. Members of this family settled in Niagara area of Upper Canada. I have a reference to William Winn DEFIELD born 1798 Lewiston, New York, s/o William DEFIELD and Mary WINN. I don't know the source of this information and am trying to find it. William Winn DEFIELD's family were Roman Catholic but others in Upper Canada were Baptist Feb. 1999. - sent in by: Debra R. Mann, P. O. Box 47, Maxwell, Ontario N0C 1J0


About 1862 John Delevan had a daughter, Corintha Delevan in the County of Niagra. His wife's name is Phoebe. These Delevan's did not stay long in Niagra County as a daughter was born in Wayne County in 1864. I would estimate that they were in this area from after the 1860 census to the summer of 1864. What I would like to know is if John and Phoebe got married in Niagra County, and if there is anyway I could maybe get a birth record for Corintha - March 2000 - sent in by: Patricia Eckardt


I am looking for any information on the families of DELL or Heywood. My husband's grandmother was Martha Estella DELL. She was born in Niagara Falls, NEW YORK on January 20, 1896. She had quite a few brothers and sisters. Her father was Levi DELL and her mother, Charlotte Heywood. I have found a relative living in Erie County by the last name of DELL. Could you help me with any other information? Thanks - Tues Feb. 3, 1998 - sent in by: Sheila Stratton-Peel, 3905 Bell Street, Niagara Falls, NY 14305


I am seeking information about the family and descendants of George and Elizabeth (Bennage) DERSHEM. They were born in Union County, PA about 1818. George died in Niagara County about 1895 - Wed. April 29, 1998. - sent in by: Bill Rudy


My very Irish DEVLIN gg grandfather, Dennis (b.1857) died in 1914 in Buffalo. He lived most of his adult life in Niagara either in Canada or the U. S. He was separated from his wife, Edith DEAN also living in Niagara. Dennis was probably not financially stable. I'm trying to located where Dennis is buried. Did he have brothers or sisters who also lived in the area? I would be more than happy to share any information I have with descendants of DEVLINs in the area! Thank you! - sent in by: Jamie Hunter


Looking for info on my mother's family, DILLABOUGH. Specifically, on the parents of Manford Silas Dillabough. His father was Barney Isiah Dillabough b1853 in Matilda, Ontario and mother, Elvina (Armina) Sullivan b 1854, died of Typhoid? about 1884. I would be thrilled with any information! - sent in by: Marty Ivy

DODGE, Alvin A.

I am looking for the history of Alvin A. DODGE (1846 - 1922) born in Pekin, Niagara County, New York. He was my husband's GGrandfather. Would be happy to share what little I have - April 1999. - sent in by: Wanda Worthington Peacock, P. O. Box 115, Maitland, MO 64466

DODGE, Leicester

Seeking brothers and sisters of Leicester DODGE? Abram DODGE married Lydia NORTH possibly in Onondaga. His son Leicester (B. 1808) earned his teaching certificate in Niagara County, Wilson Township. Also seeking ancesters of Abram DODGE and Lydia NORTH. Thanks - Feb 2, 1998! - sent in by: Cynthia Rush

DODGE, Roy Wright

My name is Kathy (Dodge) Hendershott and I am doing genealogy on the Dodge family in Sanborn-Pekin area. My father, Daniel Dodge, grandfather and I believe great-grandfather is from this area and owned a farm. I have a birth date for Roy Wright Dodge as being 3/02/1884. This is the only piece of information we have and wanted to know if this sounds familiar. Any information would be very helpful. I did find a Catharine Dodge name in a cemetery listing for Mount Calvery Cemetery in Lockport, but this is as much as we are able to uncover at this point. Thanks....Kathy - June 1999. - sent in by: Kathy (Dodge) Hendershott, 175 Main Street Attica, New York 14011


Frank DOLTON born ca 1876, married 1897 and buried 1951 in Lewiston, NY. Frank worked for the D L & W railroad. His wife was Minnie?. Looking for ANY information on the DOLTON's. They possibly moved from Cayuga County. Thanks for your help. - Sat, June 7, 1997 - sent in by: Marina Wilson, 30 Leonard St., Gansevoort, NY 12831


I am looking for information on William H. DOYLE; born 6 March 1811; died 27 December 1881. William H. DOYLE was married to Sarah F.Ganson; born 19 June 1812. They are buried in Presbyterian Cemetery, Youngstown, NY, Niagara County. William H. DOYLE appears in the 1860 Federal Census for Niagara County in the town of Porter. Daniel R. Gannon / - Wed. Oct. 14, 1998 - sent in by: Daniel R.Gannon, Charleston, SC


Looking for information on David B. DRAPER who lived in Lockport 1845-66. His obituary indicates his funeral was from the Universalist Church in Lockport, but I have not been able to locate his grave. Wife, Catherine, died 1876/77?. Possibly ten children, including Mary Ann (VAN WAGONER), Harriett (BOND), and Anson DRAPER who lived in Newstead Township, Erie County, NY. - sent in by: Elwyn D. Draper, 1873 Bluehill Drive NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525


Searching for all DRINKWALTER family information in the areas surrounding the town of Wilson. Names include - Almon and his son Oscar, living near Wilson in the mid to late 1800's. Also looking for Stephen DRINKWALTER, and his son Roderick who was born 30 OCT 1814 in NY, (where?). Another son, Levi Stephen DRINKWALTER born 1 June 1832 in PA, married to Emeline AVERILL in Iowa (my GRTGRT Grandparents). Roderick's son, Pratt DRINKWALTER was born 30 July 1839 in Newark, NY, served in the Civil War and latter moved to Minnesota and married Sena SCHOLER. Another son of Stephen's was Isaac Pratt DRINKWALTER born 25 Jan 1822, died in Lee County, ILL 6 AUG 1849. Isaac married to Amanda Couborn AVERILL 23 OCT 1847, had one daughter Eudora Emeline DRINKWALTER born abt 1848 in Illinois. What happened to Eudora?? After her parents died, she was raised by Levi and Emeline, her uncle and aunt, in Hamilton County Iowa. Would like to correspond and exchange information with anyone interested in these family lines. - Sat. June 14, 1997 - sent in by: Charlene Kolterman, 1909 Maurer Drive, Norfolk, NE 68701


Looking for information on ELLEN DUCKETT, born Preston, Lancastershire, 18 April 1878. Last known to be living in household of Alex CUNNINGHAM at 141 Lake St., Niagara Falls, NY in 1900 Census - Feb 1999. - sent in by: Cynthia Vogel, 5615 Alameda Avenue, Richmond, CA 94804-4878


Patrick and Catherine DUFFY may have been from Dublin [Ireland]. Daughter, Catherine born in Reynales Basin. She had one sister known, but she was the black sheep and her name is not known. ANY information on Patrick, Catherine or family needed. Daughter, Catherine married Thomas Mansfield who lived and died in Onondaga County - Jan 2000 - sent in by: John Neary


Any information about Thomas DUNKLING. 1850 census shows him with wife Ann, children Elizabeth, Thomas, Susan, Mary and Sarah. Also Mother-in-law ? Elizabeth Knight. Place of birth for all is England. (Fri Dec 5 1997) - sent in by: Homer Scott

DUNN, James

Does anyone have info about Jephtha DUNN who was in Hartland in 1809? I have a James DUNN and wife Mary "Polly"(PAGE) who were in Royalton until 1812. He died in Battle of Queenston Heights, and she and her parents moved to Canada by 1813 when Mary Polly married Major David SECORD of St Davids Niagara Co Ont Can as her second husband - Mon., June 15, 1998. - sent in by: Rosemary Warlick, 7 Heather Lane, Ormond Beach FL 32174

DUNN, Sarah

I am searching for the marriage record and ANY other information about my 3rd Great-Grandparents, Frank & Sarah DUNN MACK. Both immigrated, separately from County Mayo, Ireland, during the famine years. They met and married in Lockport, New York. Sarah arrived with her sister, Elizabeth, and brother-in-law, Mr. Quinlan. Their religion was Irish Catholic. Their first-born son, Christopher, was born in 1861 at Jamestown, Chautauqua County, New York. Please email me at "" or write to me at 474 W. North Avenue, E. Palestine, OH 44413 - Wed. Nov. 11, 1998. - sent in by: Julie Mack Liebendorfer

DUNN, William E.

Looking for information on William E. Dunn, b. 1869? possibly Somerset, NY.(17 April 1997) - sent in by: Walter E. Dunn, 195 Glenwood Ave., Medina, NY 14103


I'm looking for information on Joseph Fredrick DUNNING and Fannie SCHOLFIELD. Joseph was born March 15, 1854 and died December 10, 1917 in Wheeling, WV. Fannie was born in Lockport, NY, February 14, 1860 and Fannie and Joseph were married in Lockport on June 08, 1880. Fannie died in Niagara Falls, NY, on August 23, 1912. They had five children: Fred was a manager for the telephone company; Joe was a chemist for DuPont; Don was gassed in WWI; consequently, he spent most of his time in Fairmont, WV. Don married a Margaret. Mildred married a James ALLEN; and Norma Leslie (my grandmother) married Walter Hardman WOLFE. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks in advance, Jim Wolfe - Dec. 1998. - sent in by: Jim Wolfe


I am looking for information regarding the family of Jeremiah DYER and his wife Mary Jane (Smith) Dyer. They were married in New Berlin, Chenango County (NY) in 1806. They moved to Jefferson County (NY) during the War of 1812, then to Lewiston, Ransomville, and finally, by the mid 1820s to Lockport. They are both buried in Cold Springs Cemetery. I am looking particularly for Mary Jane Dyer's parents, James Smith and Catherine (Southard) Smith. There is a chance that they lived with Jeremiah and Mary Jane Dyer in their old age, but I have been unable to locate them - March 2000 - sent in by: Ken Brown

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