Wood Kemble Donne Sands Hart Murray Trail

 


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James Sands and Mary Cornell

 




Husband James Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 1662 - Block Island, Rhode Island
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1732 - Sands Point, Nassau, NY
†††††† Buried: 



 
†††††† Father: James Sands (1622-1695) 1
†††††† Mother: Sarah Walker (1620-1709)



 
†††† Marriage: 1697 - Block Island, RI



Wife Mary Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 1679 - Little Neck, Long Island, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: After 1728
†††††† Buried: 



 
†††††† Father: John Cornwall (1634-1704)
†††††† Mother: Mary Russell (1645-      )





Children


1 F Abijah Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 
†††Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



2 F Mary Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 
†††Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Joseph Sutton (Bef 1695-Bef 1770)
†††††††† Marr: Abt 1715



3 F Zerriah Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 
†††Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Aaron Smith (      -      )



4 F Bathsheba Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 
†††Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Thomas Everit (      -      )



5 F Jerusha Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 
†††Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: John Carman (      -      )



6 M Othniel Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 1699
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1757
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Susannah Lang (      -      )



7 M James Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 1702
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1770
†††† ††Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Rebecca Bailey (      -      )
 
†††††† Spouse: Hannah Haviland (      -      )
†††††††† Marr: 25 Jan 1732 - St. George's Church, Hempstead, LI, NY 2



8 M John Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 1710 - Sands Point, Nassau, Long Island, New York
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1775 - Pennsylvania
†††††† Buried: 
 



9 F Sarah Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 1728
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: John Aspinwall (      -      )




General Notes: Husband - James Sands


Settled at Mantinecock, Long Island. Willed rights in Goshen, Orange county, New York.


General Notes: Child - Abijah Sands


Married a Warring.


General Notes: Child - John Sands


He married Catherine Greiner in 1735. They settled in Pottsgrove, PA , where he assisted William Penn in settling Pennsylvania.
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Edward Sands and Mary Cornell

 




Husband Edward Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 1691 - Block Island, RI
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 9 Mar 1746 - Sands Point, Nassau, NY
†††††† Buried:- Sands Family Cemetery , Sands Point, Nassau, Long Island, NY



 
†††††† Father: John Sands (1649-1712)
†††††† Mother: Sybil Ray (1665-1733)



 
†††† Marriage: 



Wife Mary Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 10 Jul 1703
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 15 Sep 1762
†††††† Buried: 



 
†††††† Father: Richard Cornell (1678-1757)
†††††† Mother: Hannah Thorne (1678-      )





Children


1 F Polly Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 
†††Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



2 F Deborah Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 
†††Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



3 M Henry Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 25 Feb 1725
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1 Jul 1781
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Martha Cornell (1726-1759)
†††††††† Marr: 14 Mar 1749 - St. George's Church, Hempstead, LI, NY 3



4 F Sybil Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 13 Sep 1727 - Sand's Point, Long Island, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1 Mar 1759 - Hempstead, Rockland Cty, NY
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Stephen Thorne (1717-1800)
†††††††† Marr: 27 Jul 1746 - St. George's Church, Hempstead, LI, NY 3



5 M Richard Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 3 Feb 1729
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 26 Oct 1798
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Deborah Griffin (1729-1799)



6 F Mary Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 17 Apr 1733 - Sands Point, Nassau, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 28 Jul 1793
†††††† Buried:- Sands Point, Long Island, NY
 
†††††† Spouse: Gideon Sands (1729-1770)
†††††††† Marr: 10 May 1752 - Oyster Bay, LI, NY 4
 
†††††† Spouse: William Sutton (1734-1780)
†††††††† Marr: 18 Apr 1779 - St. George's Church, Hempstead, LI, NY 5



7 M George Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 19 Apr 1733
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 8 Oct 1816
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Jemima Smith (      -      )




General Notes: Wife - Mary Cornell


Mary was a Quaker. According to the records of the Westbury Meeting House, volume 1.2, pg. 262, found at http://www.swarthmore.edu/library/friends/hazard/fhlreport.php, on December 25, 1754, Mary, widow of Edward Sands, was granted a certificate of transfer to the Mamaroneck Meeting House. 1754 is the year that Mary's daughter, Mary, married Gideon, so that may have precipitated the move to be near her son, Richard, who lived in Mamaroneck, having married Deborah Griffin of Mamaroneck not later than 1751 (when their first child was born).


General Notes: Child - Richard Sands


Although I believe he lived in Mamaroneck for a time, according to his will, at the time of his death, he had returned to and had substantial property on Sands Point. The original recording of the will may be viewed on Ancestry.com in New York, US, Wills and Probate Records, 1659-1999, Wills Records, 1795-1802, images 294-303. The will was probated 14, January 1799 in Queens, NY.


General Notes: Child - Mary Sands


Mary moved to Mamaroneck some time after her marriage, in Hempstead to William Sutton in 1779. She would have had to move because Gideon' s will required the sale of the Sands Point farm stock upon her remarriage . This sale would have provided her funds to buy a farm in Mamaroneck . As discussed under her 2nd husbandís entry, William, had family there. In addition, her brother, Richard, was married to Deborah Griffin , daughter of Benjamin and Mary (Disbrow) Griffin, of Mamaroneck, and resided there. Her son, John, also, was a Mamaroneck resident. Her daughter, Sybil, and her husband, John Davis, also resided there.

Mary's will, dated 1793, recites that she is a Mamaroneck resident and disposes of her land and buildings there. The will is witnessed by Giles Seaman, who was, probably, a next door neighbor. Mary left most of her land to her son, John, who was, also, living in Mamaroneck. When John died in 1807, his executors sold his land. The deed, Liber 30, pg. 263, mentions that the adjoining landholder was Giles Seaman. According to this deed, this farm was 8 acres in size and bordered on two sides by the Westchester Turnpike (now US 1 - W. Boston Post Rd.) and the Old Boston Post Rd. The third border of the farm was the land of Giles Seaman. Seaman is mentioned in "History of Westchester County, New York" by J. Thomas Scharf, Vol. 1 pt. 2 (1886) as a Quaker who owned the site of the John Richbell cemetery and was himself buried there (the land is described as later owned by Thomas L. Rushmore). From this information, the locations of both the Sands and Seaman farms are readily apparent (the Richbell cemetery is now in Harbor Island Park just off Rushmore Ave.). However, there was, possibly, a second Sands property in Mamaroneck, since Mary's son, John, may have been living there before she bought her farm (as described below). As John married Esther Palmer, they may have been living on property located on what is now Sand St. (formerly Sands St.), just off Palmer Ave. The property could have been provided to him by his wife's family. According to the Scharf book mentioned above, the Palmer family were significant land owners in this area and provided the site of the first Quaker meeting house. However, based upon the 1790 census, I think that John and his wife had moved in with Mary by that time.

Mary's will recites that she got her land in Mamaroneck from Bartholemew Haddon (there is no deed in the Westchester Archives). This is, presumably, a reference to Bartholemew Haddon, the younger, son of Job Hadden, who was married to Sarah Guion. She was the daughter of John Guion and Anna Hart (NYGBS Record Jan. 1920 pg. 26-27). Anna's brother was James Hart, the father of Jane, who married Mary's son, Edward. This suggests that Edward met his wife through his mother's Westchester contacts. As Edward married Jane Hart in 1783, this suggests that his mother was already in Mamaroneck by that date.

For more on Mary, see the entry for her second husband, William Sutton


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Richard Cornell and Hannah Thorne

 




Husband Richard Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 26 Feb 1678
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 15 Apr 1757 - Manor of Scarsdale, Long Island, NY
†††††† Buried: 



 
†††††† Father: John Cornwall (1634-1704)
†††††† Mother: Mary Russell (1645-      )



 
†††† Marriage: 1701

Events

1. Occupation: Farmer.

2. Religion: Quaker.




Wife Hannah Thorne



 
†††††††† Born: 25 Oct 1678 - Flushing, Queens, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 



 
†††††† Father: John Thorne (1643-1709)
†††††† Mother: Mary Pearsall (1643-      )





Children


1 F Mary Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 10 Jul 1703
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 15 Sep 1762
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Edward Sands (1691-1746)



2 F Deborah Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 1 May 1705 - Long Island, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



3 M Richard Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 6 Dec 1708 - Long Island, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



4 F Hannah Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 26 Apr 1711 - Long Island, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



5 M Joseph Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 4 Jan 1712 - Long Island, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



6 F Phebe Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 6 May 1715 - Long Island, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



7 F Rebecca Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 30 Sep 1716 - Long Island, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



8 M John Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 15 Jan 1718
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



9 F Elizabeth Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 20 May 1720
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



10 M Benjamin Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 18 Nov 1723 - Long Island, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 




General Notes: Husband - Richard Cornell


He and his wife and five children were "driven from the eastward by the Indians" and received a grant of land on Oct. 3, 1676 from the Governor and Council of 100 acres on the west side of Cow Neck, all of which was claimed by Hempstead. His unfinished house was pulled down by a mob of Hempstead freeholders, who were soon after tried and punished for their violence. The Cornells eventually became one of the leading families of the town. His Will was written at the Manor of Scarsdale on Quaker Ridge, on October 31, 1756 and proved April 21, 1757


General Notes: Child - Mary Cornell


Mary was a Quaker. According to the records of the Westbury Meeting House, volume 1.2, pg. 262, found at http://www.swarthmore.edu/library/friends/hazard/fhlreport.php, on December 25, 1754, Mary, widow of Edward Sands, was granted a certificate of transfer to the Mamaroneck Meeting House. 1754 is the year that Mary's daughter, Mary, married Gideon, so that may have precipitated the move to be near her son, Richard, who lived in Mamaroneck, having married Deborah Griffin of Mamaroneck not later than 1751 (when their first child was born).

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John Cornwall and Mary Russell

 




Husband John Cornwall



 
†††††††† Born: 6 Jun 1634 - Safron Waldon, Essex, England
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1704 - Hempstead, Rockland Cty, NY
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††† Marriage: 1669 - Portsmouth, RI



Wife Mary Russell



 
†††††††† Born: 1645 - Dartmouth, MA
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 



Children


1 M Joshua Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 1677 - Hempstead, Rockland Cty, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Sarah Thorne (1677-      )



2 M Richard Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 26 Feb 1678
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 15 Apr 1757 - Manor of Scarsdale, Long Island, NY
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Hannah Thorne (1678-      )
†††††††† Marr: 1701



3 F Mary Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 1679 - Little Neck, Long Island, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: After 1728
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: James Sands (1662-1732)
†††††††† Marr: 1697 - Block Island, RI



4 M Caleb Cornell



 
†††††††† Born: 1683 - Scarsdale, Westchester, NY
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Elizabeth Hagner (      -      )
†††††††† Marr: 10 Oct 1705 - Hempstead, Rockland Cty, NY




General Notes: Child - Richard Cornell


He and his wife and five children were "driven from the eastward by the Indians" and received a grant of land on Oct. 3, 1676 from the Governor and Council of 100 acres on the west side of Cow Neck, all of which was claimed by Hempstead. His unfinished house was pulled down by a mob of Hempstead freeholders, who were soon after tried and punished for their violence. The Cornells eventually became one of the leading families of the town. His Will was written at the Manor of Scarsdale on Quaker Ridge, on October 31, 1756 and proved April 21, 1757
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John Corvin and Elizabeth Creager

 




Husband John Corvin



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1755 - Augusta Co., VA
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: Abt 1823
†††††† Buried: 



 
†††††† Father: 
†††††††Mother: Susannah Gale (Bef 1740-      )



 
†††† Marriage: Abt 1773 - Probably in Fincastle Co., VA



Wife Elizabeth Creager



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1757 - Frederick Co., Maryland
†† Christened: 
††††††††Died: 10 Apr 1850 - Wythe Co., Va
†††††† Buried: 



 
†††††† Father: Michael Krieger Jr. (Abt 1718-Abt 1807)
†††††† Mother: Susanna Cullup (Abt 1722-      )





Children


1 M Isaac Corvin



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1776 - Wythe Co., Va
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



2 M John Corvin Jr.



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1780
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



3 M Thomas Corvin



 
†††††††† Born: 
†††Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



4 M Samuel Corvin



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1788
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



5 F Elizabeth Corvin



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1790 - Wythe Co., Virginia
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: After 1850
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: John M. Cline (Abt 1770-After 1850)
†††††††† Marr: Abt 1809 - Wythe Co., Virginia



6 M Joseph A. Corvin



 
†††††††† Born: 25 Dec 1795 - Wythe Co., Va
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



7 F Mary Corvin



 
†††††††† Born: 11 Sep 1796
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 




General Notes: Husband - John Corvin


According to "Notes on the Two Krieger (Creger, Cregger, Criggre, etc. ) Families of Wythe County, Virginia" by Clifford R. Canfield, Revise d Ed. 1989, John was said to have fought in both the French and Indian War and the Revolution. Michal Walters testified to this in 1853. John was in both James Finley's and John Stephen's militia companies in 1781.
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Augustus Fitzroy and Elizabeth Cosby

 




Husband Augustus Fitzroy



 
†††††††† Born: 1716
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1741
†††††† Buried: 



 
†††††† Father: Charles Fitzroy 2nd Duke of Grafton (1683-1757)
†††††† Mother: Henrietta Somerset (1690-1726)



 
†††† Marriage: 1734



Wife Elizabeth Cosby



 
†††††††† Born: 
†††Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1788
†††††† Buried: 



Children


1 M Augustus Henry Fitzroy 3d Duke of Grafton



 
†††††††† Born: 1735
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1811 - Euston Hall, Suffolk
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Anne Liddell (      -      )
†††††††† Marr: 1756




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Manners Charles Wood 10th Hussars and Harriet Clara Couper

 




Husband Manners Charles Wood 10th Hussars



 
†††††††† Born: 4 Mar 1852 - Lyndhurst, Hampshire, England
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 12 Sep 1941 - Three Hedges, Yateley, Camberley, Surrey
†††††† Buried:- Littleton



 
†††††† Father: Price Builth Manners Wood (1825-1877)
†††††† Mother: Catherine Anne Jarman (1835-1907)



 
†††† Marriage: 19 Dec 1891 - Dulverton

 
 Other Spouse: Mary Adelaide Barnes (1854-1890) - 22 May 1878 - Horsley, Glocester, England

Events

1. Baptism: 4 Mar 1852, Lyndhurst, Hampshire, England.




Wife Harriet Clara Couper



 
†††††††† Born: 3 Nov 1862 - Bengal, India
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1962
†††††† Buried: 



 
†††††† Father: James Kempt Couper (Abt 1828-1901)
†††††† Mother: Emily Jane (Abt 1834-      )





Children


1 F Harriet Lucy Avice Manners Wood



 
†††††††† Born: 15 Jun 1893 - Dulverton, Somerset, England 6
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 16 May 1984 - Qundle, Northamptonshire, England 7
†††††† Buried: 23 May 1984 - Qundle Parish Church, Qundle, Northamptonshire, England
 




General Notes: Husband - Manners Charles Wood 10th Hussars


89 at time of his death. Commander Xth Royal Hussars; Afghan Medal 1879. He was a Major, according to his wedding announcement in the Western Times, Exeter, Devon, for Tuesday December 22, 1891. According to the Sussex Agricultural Express for Friday July 15, 1892, page 4, he was being given command of the 10th Hussars at that time because of his service in the Afghan War of 1878-1879. According to the Reading Mercury, Oxford Gazette, Newbury Herald, and Berks County Paper for Saturday April 15, 1899, page 3, he started his military career with the old 66th in 1869 and was transferred in 1874 to the 10th Hussars. He commanded the 10th Hussars from 1892 until 1896. He then became an officer of the Royal Beshires Regiment and retired in 1899.
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James Kempt Couper and Emily Jane

 




Husband James Kempt Couper



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1828 - Canada
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 14 May 1901
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††† Marriage: 

Events

1. Occupation: Staff Corps.




Wife Emily Jane



 
††† †††††Born: Abt 1834 - India
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 



Children


1 F Cara G. Couper



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1856
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



2 F Harriet Clara Couper



 
†††††††† Born: 3 Nov 1862 - Bengal, India
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1962
†††††† Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Manners Charles Wood 10th Hussars (1852-1941)
†††††††† Marr: 19 Dec 1891 - Dulverton



3 F Lizzie Couper



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1865
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 




General Notes: Husband - James Kempt Couper


According to a wedding announcement (see entry for son in law Charles), he was a Lieutenant-General and Harriet was his third daughter. He was formerly of the Bengal Staff Corps.
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Charles Couse and Margaret Sands

 




Husband Charles Couse



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1821
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 14 Aug 1876
†††††† Buried: 1876 - Hancock, Delaware, New York
 
†††† Marriage: 



Wife Margaret Sands



 
†††††††† Born: 18 Jan 1829
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: After 1900
†††††† Buried: 



 
†††††† Father: William E. Sands (1795-1872)
†††††† Mother: Percilla Thomas (1810-1877)





Children


1 F Emma Couse



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1849
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 



2 M William K. Couse



 
†††††††† Born: 1851
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1905
†††††† Buried: 
 



3 M Samuel P. Couse



 
†††††††† Born: Nov 1853
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: After 1900
†††††† Buried: 
 



4 M James Couse



 
†††††††† Born: Abt 1857
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 




General Notes: Husband - Charles Couse


Civil War veteran in Company F, 144th NY Regt. On 1870 census, he is listed as age 48, farm laborer, Hancock, NY.


General Notes: Wife - Margaret Sands


Listed as a resident of Hancock, Delaware County, NY on the 1870, 1880, and 1900 U.S. census. The 1880 census lists Charles Howard, age 10, grandson.


General Notes: Child - Emma Couse


Married name was Denniston.


General Notes: Child - William K. Couse


Shown as laborer on 1880 census with wife, Laura J. age 25.


General Notes: Child - Samuel P. Couse


Shown as laborer on 1880 census with wife Emma, age 26, and daughter Margarita M., age 2. Shown as day laborer on 1900 census.


General Notes: Child - James Couse


Listed as age 13 on 1870 census and age 20 (laborer) on 1880 census.
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Alfred Azariah Taft and Emily Ludlow Covel

 




Husband Alfred Azariah Taft



 
†††††††† Born: 27 Dec 1861
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 4 Mar 1936
†††††† Buried: 



 
†††††† Father: Azariah Horton Taft (1830-1877)
†††††† Mother: Caroline Elizabeth Francis (1833-1889)



 
†††† Marriage: 25 Feb 1886



Wife Emily Ludlow Covel



 
†††††††† Born: 17 Feb 1863
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 1948
†††††† Buried: 



Children


1 F Edith Isabel Taft



 
†††††††† Born: 21 Aug 1888 - New Jersey
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Colonel Kenneth Bailey Harmon (1886-1967)
†††††††† Marr: 19 Sep 1911



2 F Marjorie Emily Taft



 
†††††††† Born: 14 Apr 1893
†† Christened: 
†††††††††Died: 
†††††††Buried: 
 
†††††† Spouse: Francis A. Doniat (      -      )



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1 Malcolm Samds Wilson, Descendants James Sands of Block Island (Name: New York, 1949;). .... Rebecca [Peck] Dusenbery, Peck, Adams and Allied Families, Genealiogical & Biographical (Name: New York, American Historical Sociey, 1925;). .... Charles H. Sandys, Dawn to Twilight in American Colonization. .... Rebecca [Peck] Dusenbery, Peck, Adams and Allied Families, Genealiogical & Biographical (Name: Name: New York, American Historical Sociey, 1925;;). .... Malcolm Samds Wilson, Descendants James Sands of Block Island (Name: Name: New York, 1949;;).

2 NYGBS Record, January 1881 pg. 45.

3 NYGBS Record, April 1881 pg. 83.

4 St. George's Episcopal Church Hempstead, LI Marriage Register.

5 NYGBS Record, July 1883 pg. 128.

6 Civil Registration, Northamptonshire, May 1984.

7 obituary London Times May 19, 1984, pg. 30.


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