Royal H. Tupper
1Fred Cox, The Illustrated Historical Souvenir of Bethel, Vermont, p. 87 (1895).
"1. Royal H. TUPPER was born about 1810.1 He died on 26 Nov 1881.2 Came from Rochester to Bethel in 1864, and located in Bethel village, residing in the house now owned by Mrs. William Wright. Although not a merchant in this place was actively engaged in buying and selling wool and hops in this section, and for serveral years was president of the White River National Bank.Royal H. TUPPER and Sarah FARRINGTON were married.3 Sarah FARRINGTON died on 22 Feb 1850 in Rochester, Windsor, Vermont.4 Royal H. TUPPER and Sarah FARRINGTON had the following children:+2 i.John R. TUPPER, born on 4 Dec 1841 2; married Susan RAYMOND5.3 ii.Robert TUPPER was born on 26 Mar 1843.2 He died on 25 Aug 1855. 2+4 iii.Sarah Frances TUPPER, born on 26 Nov 1848 2; married F. P. HOLDEN 6.Royal H. TUPPER and Martha ROGERS were married on 9 Jun 1851.2 Martha ROGERS was born. Royal H. TUPPER and Martha ROGERS had the following children:+5 i.George H. TUPPER, born on 4 Jun 1855, Rochester, Windsor, Vermont 7; married Nellie M. GRAHAM, on 25 Jan 1882 2,8.".
Dr. Abijah Hubbard +
1Martha Perry Magill, Hubbard Cemetery.Credit: Copied July 29, 1965; K.P. Kellogg, C.W.FegleyThis information was contributed by Martha Perry Magill."
"Town of Junius, Seneca County, New YorkSouth side of the Dunham road, west of County Road 107
Notes from the contributor:-Enos Rogers resided in Eaton, MI in 1880.-Franklin Rogers was married in 1825 in Seneca County.-Osker (Oscar) Stevenson was the son of Norman B. (1807-1881) and Susannah Barden Stevenson (1816-1897). Norman bought more land in Junius in 1852 from Susan and Philo Rich, who are probably descendants of or related to the Rich listed below.
Baxter, Parces, mother of Tyler Smith, d. Sept. 22, 1853, ae 84 yrs.
Boyd, Salmah W., d. Aug. 22, 1843 ae 26 yrs.
Buck, Amos, d. Apr. 10, 1840 in the 44th year of his ageLovina, wife of Amos Buck, d. May 11, 1836 in the 34th year of her ageSarah G., dau. of William & Eliza Buck, d. Jan. 19, 1861, ae 12 yrs. 9 mo.* Charles, d. Mar. 19, 1864 ae 4-7-25* Addie, d. Apr. 2, 1864 ae 3 yrs. 24 da.* Children of Perry T. & Emeline Buck
Burch, Martha, dau. of Laurence D. & Martha Burch, d. Aug. 6, 1844 in her 19th year
Daily, Sarah, wife of Samuel Daily, d. Sept. 24, 1827 ae 83 yrs
Disbrow, Nancy L., wife of James Disbrow, d. Apr. 20, 1836 ae 41 yrs
Dunham, William H. 1840-1919Martha P.H. 1848-1915George, infant sonMartha L., 1869-1936
Hubbard, Dr. Abner, d. June 18, 1826 ae 65 yrsMartha, wife of Dr. A. Hubbard, d. Sept. 3, 1832 ae 76 yrs
Following all on one large four-sided monument:Hubbard, Orlando, b. at Whitehall, N.Y. Mar. 26, 1796, d. at Waterloo, N.Y. Feb. 11, 1871Susan Stuart, his wife, b. at Whitehall May 25, 1806, d. Aug. 4, 1879* Martha M., d. Feb 22, 1837 ae 3 mo.* Orlando Jr., d. Feb. 5, 1846 ae 7 mo.* Orlando A., d. Jan. 14, 1848 ae 10 mo.* Infant b. & d. Nov. 30, 1850* Children of Orlando & Susan Hubbard
Following all on one stone:Hubbard, John L., b. Mar. 31, 1791, d. Feb. 11, 1859 ae 67-10-11Sarah E., wife of J.L. Hubbard, b. Nov. 26, 1796, d. Feb. 23, 1871George C., son of John L. & Sarah E. Hubbard, b. June 3, 1830, d. Feb. 19, 1848 ae 17-8-16
M'Elwain, Lucinda, wife of Alex M'Elwain and dau. of Aaron Hamilton, b. in Tinmouth, Vt. Sept. 22, 1795, d. in this town Sept. 24, 1848
Miller, Samuel F., d. Dec. 24, 1850 in his 50th yearLouisa, wife of Samuel F. Miller, d. Mar. 22, 1850 in her 42nd yrCharlotte, d. Jan. 19, 1850 in her 22nd yearNorman B., d. Mar. 10, 1850 in his 20th yearCharles H., son of S.F. & L. Miller, d. May 1, 1850 ae 5 mo. 8 da.
Preston, Ira, d. Aug 24, 1847 ae 79 yrs. 11 mo.
Rich, Betsey, wife of Richard Rich, d. Nov. 14, 1829 ae 22 yrs.
Following all on one stone:Rogers, Franklin, b. Billerica, Mass. Jan 31, 1802, d. Sept. 23, 1860Lerna, wife of Franklin Rogers, b. at Benson, Vt. Oct. 1, 1798, d. atSyracuse, Neb. Feb. 10, 1877Infant b. & d. Oct. 10, 1834Franklin Jr. d. Dec. 2, 1857 ae 19-11-13Jacob O., d. Dec. 17, 1857 ae 17-2-1Martha, only dau. of Franklin & Lerna Rogers, b. Aug. 19, 1836, d. May 14, 1862
Rogers, Betsey, (Our Mother), d. July 2, 1839 in her 76th yearMary Ann, wife of Enos Rogers, d. Oct. 13, 1857 ae 35-2-20(Small strip) Children of Enos & Mary Ann Rogers (stone gone)Joel Almon, son of Joel & Mary A. Rogers, d. Apr. 15, 1863 ae 3-7-18Sarah, d. July 2, 1847 ae 32 yrs. 1 da.
Smith, Catherine, wife of Tyler Smith, d. May 10, 1859 ae 71 yrs. 6 mo.? (another stone, face down)Charles A., son of Tyler & Catherine Smith, d. Jan 5, 1837 in his 25th year
Snary, Henry, d. Jan. 12, 1844 ae 42 yrs.Alice J., dau of Henry & Luviann Snary, b. Oct. 18, 1834, d. Jan 22, 1864William H., son of H. & L. A. Snary, d. June 17, 1856 ae 19-7-?Anna B., dau. of Henry & Luvia A. Snary, d. Nov. 13 1858 ae 19-3-25John A., son of H. & L. Snary, d. June 9, 1843 ae 9 mo.? Stone face down
Southward, Mary, D. May 19, 1845 ae 53 yrs. 2 da.
Stevenson, Osker L., son of N.B. & S. Stevenson, d. May 16, 1848 ae 9 mo. 14 da.
, Benjamin, d. July 24, 1844 ae 54 yrs 3 mo.James, d. July 2, 1856 ae 18(?)-4-26(These two stones on the ground in a thicket and partially buried)
Stuart, Addison, b. at Addison, Vt. Aug. 20, 1777, d. at Fort Ann, N.Y. June 10, 1860Prudence, b. at Whitehall, N.Y. Nov. 4, 1787, d. Sept. 15, 1862Thornton, Nehemiah, who departed this life Aug. 15, 1828 in the 60th year of his age.Upright, William E., son of Edmon & Laura Upright, d. May 27, 1852 ae 1-8-27
Van Schaick, Elizabeth, wife of Timothy Van Schaick, b. Mar. 6, 1829, d. July 28, --- (year gone)
Watkins, Abijah, d. Dec. 12, 1844 ae 89 yrs.Ellen, d. June 7, 1853 ae 86 yrs.(Stone broken across middle, partly buried)
Weyburn, Levy, d. Nov. 16 1845 in her 76th year.
This cemetery is in a disgraceful condition. It has been used as a pasture and stones have been knocked over, trampled on and defiled by cattle and horse droppings.
URL = https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nyseneca/hubbard.htm.
2Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War, pp. 423-424 (1901).
"HUBBARD, ABIJAH. Private, Capt. William Cannon's co., Col. David Leonard's regt.; service, 70 days; company drafted, and marched to Ticonderoga May 6, 1777, and returned home July 14, 1777; roll sworn to at Blandford and also at Westfield; also, Private (also given Fifer), Capt. Daniel Sackett's co., Col. Ruggles Woodbridge's regt.; enlisted Aug. 20, 1777; discharged Nov. 29, 1777; service, 3 mos. 10 days, in Northern department.".
Schuyler H. Buck
1Jail Otoe's Civic Leader: Ex-Mayor and Bank President Charged with Embezzling $600 in School Funds, Omaha World Herald, 20 Dec 1932.
"Schuyler H. Buck, 66, president of the failed Bank of Otoe and once leading citizen of Otoe, Neb., was arrested here today on a charge of embezzling six hundred dollars from the Otoe school district, of which he was treasurer.
Former state senator, former mayor, and a trustee of the town's leading church, Buck was a member of the school board continuously for 33 years. He lived in Otoe for 40 years.
. . .
Buck's bank failed in 1931, and its affairs have been under investigation since. Buck left Otoe about a month ago, supposedly to make his home in Minneapolis. Sheriff Ryder said he had heard Buck was in Buffalo and Minneapolis, but expected that he would return to Omaha before Christmas. The charge was filed several days ago.
Buck came here to see his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul King, 5011 Webster street.
. . .
Buck is married and has five children, all grown.
Sheriff Ryder left the police station at 2 o'clock today with Buck, to return him to Nebraska City.".
2Schuyler Buck, Ex-Otoe Banker is Found Guilty, Omaha World Herald, 2 March 1933.
"Nebraska City, March 2, (AP). -- A district court jury here today convicted Schuyler Buck, former president of the failed bank of Otoe, of embezzlement of $638.50 in Otoe school district funds while treasurer of the district. The jury recommended leniency.
Buck will have three days in which to seek a new trial and was released on $1,500 bond. He indicated he will appeal.
On the witness stand in his own defense yesterday, the former banker admitted appropriating the school funds to his own use but said he intended to restore them whenever the district needed the money. He said had not his bank failed shortly afterwards, the money would have been replaced. With failure of the bank his credit was destroyed, he said, and he was unable to raise the amount.".