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My great grandmother, Augusta (Smith) Akers at about age 16.  She was born August 13 1866 in Chautauqua, NY, to Edgar Smith and Harriet (Foster) Smith, and married William John Akers December 31, 1881.  They moved to Seattle in Washington State in 1889, where they lived until their deaths, and most of their descendants still live there. - Source:  Marilyn King

My great grandfather, William John Akers, born Feb 26 1862, to Rev. John Akers and Caroline (Godard) Akers. - Source:  Marilyn King

Achsah Nichols Birth: 18 APR 1799 in Orange, VT. Dau of Revolutionary War
Soldier, Jonathan NICHOLS and Phene SACKETT
Death: 21 MAY 1871 in DeSota, IA.
Marriage Benjamin Cummings AMSDEN b: 14 NOV 1790 in Henniker, NH.
Married: 1817 in RIPLEY, Chautauqua CO, NY.
Children AMSDEN
a, Benjamin Monroe Amsden b: 18 DEC 1818 in Chautauqua CO., NY.Death  28 JAN
1903 in Manchester, IA (M. B. & R. A. Amsden lot)Tombstone Records of Delaware County, Iowa
b Noah Cummings Amsden b: 6 SEP 1820 in Chautauqua CO., NY.Death: 1891 in Minneapolis, MN
c Harriet Newell Amsden b: 21 AUG 1824Death: ABT. 1891 in IL m REED
d Jonathan Nichols Amsden b: 6 SEP 1826 in Chautauqua CO., NY. Death: 27 JUL 1891 in Lupton, Colorado
e Lovisa Ann Amsden b: 12 DEC 1829 in Chautauqua CO, NY m Sidney COLLINS d IL
f Achsah Lavantia Amsden b: 4 MAY 1832 in Chautauqua CO, NY Death: 1904 in Belvidere, IL
g Fanny Prudence Amsden b: ABT. 1835 in Ripley, NY Death: 1898 in Belvidere, IL

Born April 8, 1809, Chautauqua County, N.Y. Came to Utah Oct. 9,1853, Appleton
Harmon Company. Patriarch. Farmer and Stockraiser.
Source: Prominent men of Utah; provided by Dolores Davidson.

BARRUS, EMERY (son of Benjamin Barrus, born April 4, 1784,Richmond, N. H., died 1864, Chautauqua, N. Y., and BetsyStebbins, born March 21, 1787, in Massachusetts, died July 20,1828, in New York). He was born April 8, 1809, Chautauqua county,N. Y. Came to Utah Oct. 9, 1853, Appleton Harmon company.Married Huldah Abigail Nickerson (daughter of Freeman Nickerson, born Feb. 19, 1779, Dennis, Mass., and died Jan. 22, 1847, Chariton Point, Iowa, while on theway to Utah, and Huldah Chapman, born1780 in Connecticut, came to Utah, 1850, died 1860, Provo, Utah). She was born April 16, 1816, in Pennsylvania. Their children: Lydia b. Oct. 22, 1834, m. Festus Sprague April 1, 1857; Betsy N. b. March 28, 1836, d. Jon. 12, 1839; Benjamin Franklin b. May 30,1838, m. Lovina Ann Steele Sept. 29, 1861; Emery Freeman b. March13, 1841, died; Mary Huldah b. April 8, 1843, m. Charles Bailey; Orrin Elezer b. Sept. 14, 1845, m. Catherine Wilson; Emery Alexander b. March 27, 1848, d. Nov. 16, 1858; Ruel Michael b. Nov. 14, 1850, m. Ida Pearl Hunter; Owen Henry b. Dec. 28,1853, m. Olive Deseret McBride Feb. 18, 1877, m. Mary Ann Hunter Dec.21, 1892; Sarah Abigail b. April 9, 1856, m. Eleazer Freeman Nickerson; John Nickerson b. June 1, 1858, m. Alice Burton; Eliza Alvira b. Sept. 15, 1860, m. Charles Post. Married Jane Zerildah Baker (daughter of Benjamin Baker, pioner 1857).She was born Nov. 3, 1841. Their children: Emeline Abigail b. Nov. 30, 1859, m. Henry Tanner; James Baker b. Aug. 7, 1862, m. Charlotte Ann Mathews; William Taylor b. June 1, 1864, m. Matilda McBride; Thomas b. July 20, 1866, and Freeman b. Oct. 12, 1869, died; Chauncey Baker b. Jan. 15, 1872; Catherine Rozena b. Feb. 24,1877, m. Henry Watson. Family home Grantsville, Utah. Highpriest; patriarch. Carpenter; stockraiser; farmer. Seventy. Died Oct. 5, 1899

Born Aug. 11, 1821, Villenova, Chautauqua
Co., N. Y. Came to Utah Oct. 15, 1854.
Seventy. Lieutenant Co. C, Mormon
Source: Prominent men of Utah; provided by Dolores Davidson. (

BARRUS, RUEL (son of Benjamin Barrus and Betsy Stebbins). BornAug. 11, 1821, at Villanova, Chautauqua county, N. Y. Came to Utah Oct. 15, 1854, with others of Mormon Battalion Married Ellen Martin Aug. 10, 1859 (daughter of Samuel Martin, pioneer Sept.25, 1855, Richard Ballantyne company, and Priscilla Layton, who died in St. Louis), She was born Sept. 23, 1844. Their children: Ellen P. b. Feb. 12, 1861, m. Charles Schaeffer; Betsy A. b. Nov.11, 1862; Zeltha A. b. March 28, 1864; Fannie I. b. June 11,1866, m. William Sanford; Lona b. Aug. 12, 1870, m. Charles Nelson; Ruel M. b. March 14, 1873, m. Angeline Anderson; Darias M. b. April 20, 1876, m. Lizzie Ratcliffe; Royal L. b. June 27,1879; Essie Glee b. March 13, 1885. Seventy; second Lieutenant Company B, Mormon Battalion; major in Echo Canyon campaign.

Benedict, Dr. Odin. b. Aug. 20, 1805 Skaneatelas, Onondaga Co., NY. d. Mar. 11, 1874 Erie Hotel, Dunkirk, NY. bd. Lot 270 G - 3. Age 68. s/o Dr. Isaac & Sarah (Bass) Benedict. Isaac came from Conn. Dr. Benedict md. Dec. 4, 1826. Sarah "Sally" Ann Copp. Dr. Benedict studied medicine under Dr. Samuel Porter of Shaneatelas and received his diploma in the spring of 1826, when he settled in Ellery, where he had a large professional business until 1850. In 1851 he moved to Dunkirk. He was supervisor of Ellery 18 years and elected to the assembly in the fall of 1839 and again in 1842. He mostly engaged in banking until 1867 when he resumed practice of medicine again. Benedict, Sarah "Sally" Ann (Copp). d. Sept. 26, 1874 Ellery. bd. Lot 270 G - 2. Age 68. d/o John E. & Mary (Ashford) Copp. w/o Dr. Odin Benedict. Child of Dr. Odin & Sarah "Sally" Ann (Copp) Benedict was: William Copp Benedict. 1827-1906. bd. Bemus Point Cemetery. md. Mary M. Griffith.

See Biography.

A lifelong resident of Portland, Chautauqua Co, NY, was born in 1843 in Stockholm Sweden, and emigrated with his parents to this country when he was about 4 years old. When a small boy, he was adopted by Asa BLOOD of Portland, and through his natural ability acquired a superior education for those times. Early in life he became a teacher, and taught in Portland and for a short time in Illinois, During his sojurn in Illinois, he was united in marriage with Miss Hattie LaDUE, the dau of U.S. LaDUE of Portland NY. In 1862 he enlisted in Co G of the 112th NY and served his country until he was mustered out in 1865. Returning to the village of Brocton, he was associated in business with U. S. LaDUE, in buying cattle and livestock. He afterward went into the mercantile business and while pursuing this occupation, was appointed postmaster.. In 1891 he was elected Supervisor of the town of Portland. The last 15 years of his life were quiet because of physical infirmity, He departed this life, January 26th, 1926 at his residence in the village of Brocton. He left surviving 5 children, Mrs. Cora TUCKER of Brocton, Mrs. Mary ROBERTS of Flushing NY, Luther BLOOD Dunkirk, Ralph BLOOD of Dunkirk and Walter BLOOD of Brocton NY

Son of Benjamin Brown and Sarah Mumford. Born Feb. 2, 1823, Chautauqua, N. Y.
Source: Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah; provided by Dolores Davidson.

BROWN, LORENZO, Married Frances Crosby March24, 1844, Nauvoo, Ill. (daughter of Joshua Crosby and Hannah Cann, pioneers Sept. 10, 1853). She was born Oct. 21, 1817, inNova Scotia. Their children: Benjamin b. March 22, 1845; m. Jane Goheen, 1865; Edward Mumford b. Jan. 1, 1849, m. Ella J. Dodge,Oct. 14, 1869; Sarah Hannah b. Aug. 18, 1851, m. George H.Crosby, April 4, 1868; Lorenzo John b. May 20, 1854, m. Nina M.Young, 1872. Family home Salt Lake City.

Austin P. CAVE
b. Jan 12, 1850, Fredonia, Chautauqua, NY; d. Aug 3, 1914, Dunkirk, Chautauqua, NY
Wife Catherine RUSCH
b. Mar 27, 1852, NY; d. Apr 11, 1915, Fredonia, Chautauqua, NY
From Left: Frank CAVE, b. Mar 1874, Fredonia, Chautauqua, NY d. Nov 30, 1940, Dunkirk, Chautauqua, NY married to Ella HAYES, Bertha Hanert and Millie Ely
Thomas K. CAVE, b. Apr 1879, NY d. Aug 27, 1938, Sistersville, Tyler County, West Virginia m to Edith Richter of Chautauqua Co Ny
Charles CAVE. b. Oct 1880, NY

Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001. (

Born: 2 August 1836 in Stockton, Chautauqua Co., New York
         Died: 4:00 pm 3 July 1900 in Jerseyville, Illinois
Buried: Oak Grove Cemetery, Jerseyville, Illinois
Wife:of Prentiss Dana Cheney
 Born: 31 October 1838
         Married on 6 July 1859 in Jerseyville, Illinois.
                 (Ceremony performed by Reverand E.R. Fairchild, D.D.)
Died: 23 April 1877 in Jacksonville Florida (She went there for her health)
         Buried: Oak Grove Cemetery, Jerseyville, Illinois


Edward D'Arcy Cheney
Born: 24 April 1862
Died: 11 August 1862

Edward D'Arcy Cheney
Born: 28 June 1865
Died: 21 April 1868
Buried: in Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Newark, New Jersey

Alexander Murray Cheney, MD
Born: 18 September 1868 in Mendham, New Jersey
Died: Unknown

Caroline Teese Cheney
Born: 11 October 1875 in Jerseyville, Illinois
Died: 26 May 1877
Buried: in Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Newark, New Jersey

Isabel (LESHER) Cobb, (GGG Grandmother to Dolores Davidson) born ca 1814-15, died in Dewittville, Chautauqua Co NY, 1902 Her father thought to be George or Garrit / Garrett Lesher, b NY her mother, Isabel maiden name unknown is buried at Fentonville, Chautauqua CO NY b ca 1783 died Fentonville, March 1873 age 89-9-29
Isabel Lesher married as second wife to Joseph COBB in NY, probably at Fentonville, Jan 14, 1845 His first wife was her sister Tabitha Lesher; this Isabel Lesher Cobb is buried at Dewittville Cemetery, near her daughters and their husbands graves; , Elizabeth Ann Cobb (1847-1912) wife of Asa Waterman (1848-1926) and and Evelyn Evanith "Nettie" Cobb (1853-1903) wife of Norman Waterman, (1849-1929)
Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001. (

Sarah Jane COBB, born Fentonville, Chautauqua Co NY April 26, 1835 died in Vancouver WA at sons house March, 26,1921 she was the daughter of Joseph COBB (1804-1860) and his 1st wife, Tabitha LESHER (ca 1804-1844). Sarah Jane, is buried at Colona Cemetery, Colona, Ouray Co. Colorado next to her husband, whom she married March 1, 1853 in Fentonville, Chautauqua Co NY.
Roswell Andrew HOTCHKISS b November 21, 1829 Prattsburg, Steuben Co., NY. died in Ridgeway, Ouray Co Colorado, May 12, 1907 a town settled first by Roswell and his brothers, Enos T. and Preston Hotchkiss, The towns of Lake City and Hotchkiss CO are also named for his brother Enos Throup Hotchkiss, founder of the Golden Fleece mine at Lake City CO.
Sarah Jane Cobb was the half sister of my GG Grandmother, Olive Augusta Cobb
Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001. (

Son of Thomas Curtis and Purcy Baldwin.
Born Dec. 30, 1834, Chautauqua County, N.Y.
Came to Utah Sept. 15, 1852, Captain
Walker Company. High Priest.
Source: Prominent Men of Utah; provided by Dolores Davidson. (

CURTIS, SAMUEL THOMAS , Married Mary Augusta Sheffield Jan. 29, 1866, Salem, Utah (daughter of Anson Sheffield and Mariah Mott of Payson, Utah). She was born July 27, 1848. Their children: Purcy Mariah, d. Sept.26, 1869; Lura Augusta, m.William Hartell; Thomas, d. Sept. 28, 1870; Jasper Delano; Mary Alice, d. March 22, 1873.Married Sarah Olive Butler Feb. 23,1874, Salt Lake City (daughter of Kennion Taylor Butler and Olive Durfey of Spanish Fork, Utah, pioneers 1852, Captain Miller company). She was born Nov. 15, 1855. Their children: Sarah Olive b. Dec. 24, 1874, m. Edmond Loveless; Charity Lovisa b. Feb. 21,1876, m. Henry Dickman; Francetta b. Jan. 2, l878, m. George H.Pepper: Emma Jane b. Nov. 12, 1879, m. Gilbert Loveless; Samuel Thomas b.Nov. 27, 1881, m. Nina Johnson; George Washington b. Feb. 22, 1883, m. Minnie Christensen; William Henry b. Sept. 13, 1885, m. Tillia Stratford; Kennion Taylor b. Oct. 29, 1887, m. Emma Taylor. Family home Salem, Utah.Councilorin elders' quorum; high priest in Mormon church; ward teacher. Justice of peace; jailer; pound-keeper; road supervisor. Indian war veteran 1853-67. Farmer.


Source:  Nora Cutting Shreve, 2008

Family photo; Dearing, Reardon and Cobb, in Chautauqua Co. NY
Source: Dee Davidson, 2001 (

Emily Jane ELDRIDGE born about 1843 and her brother Edwin Eldridge, dau of Sylvester Eldridge Jr, of Gerry NY 1816-1874 and Olive LESHER 1821-1886 of Fentonville both born Chautauqua Co NY

Emily Jane ELDRIDGE and her brother, Edwin Sylvester ELDRIDGE, they are 2 of 8 of the children of Olive LESHER b ca 1820 d 9/21/1886 Linwood, Butler Co NE born Chautauqua Co NY and Sylvester S. ELDRIDGE JR son of Sylvester W. b 7/26/1816 died 5/24/1874 Butler Co Nebraska; He was raised in Gerry, Chautauqua Co NY.
Dau Emily Jane married to James DORSEY and died Feb 1923 in Tulare, CALIF.
Edwin married to Ella Agnes Weiss/ WISE and had 9 Eldridge Children.
Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001.(

FESSENDEN Family Reunion, 1916.

This is a photo of Ralph Cushman Fessenden (1851-1917), my great-great grandfather. His grandfather, Reuben Fessenden (1786-1866), came from Vermont in 1816 and settled on a farm in Gerry. His descendants lived on the family farm until 1920. Ralph is buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Sinclairville.

FESSENDEN, ROBERT & ELLEN (Kimbel), date unknown.Robert & Ellen Fessenden lived on Old Rt. 60 in Sinclairville.

FESSENDEN, ROBERT & ELLEN (Kimbel) with children.
back row (L to R): Gladys Ellen (my grandmother), Charles Robert, Jennie Carolyn.
seated in front (L to R): Horace Kimbel, Jessie Mae.
The photo was taken ca. 1919. The family lived on Old Rt. 60 in Sinclairville.

Carrie Kimbel Hooker (R) and her mother Ellen Lake Kimbel (L) taken in Dec. 1885. Ellen was wife of Horace Kimbel. Their son (Carrie's brother), Charles, was the father of my great grandmother, Ellen Kimbel Fessenden. The family lived in Charlotte Center.
Source:  Robert Lowe, 2004

This is the old Kimbel homestead in Charlotte Center, date unknown. My Great  Grandmother, Ellen Mahala Kimbel Fessenden (1887-1981), grew up in this  house. Her father, Charles E. Kimbel, died the same year she was born. He  was only 24. I know very little about Ellen's family. I know her mother,  Ella J. Dibble (1862-1915) never remarried so Great Grandma was an only  child.  When Great Grandma & Grandpa Fessenden married, they moved to Mount  Morris, New York to be near the TB hospital Ella was in and where she  eventually died. The 2 women on the porch could very well be Ella Dibble  Kimbel and daughter, Ellen Kimbel Fessenden.

Elnor is my great great aunt. Born April 6, 1847 in Busti NY, died March 25, 1869 in Busti. Buried in Lot 41 Busti Village Cemetery, Busti Chautauqua Co NY She is the daughter of Albert and Mary Jane Andrews Mattison.

Enos Pascal Fuller is my great-great grandfather. Born Feb 5, 1810 in
Moretown VT , married Nov 1, 1846 to Sarah Bliss Rogers, died Dec 19, 1882
in Ceredo, Wayne Co WV and is buried there.

Sarah Bliss Rogers Fuller is my great-great grandmother. She was born Dec 7, 1826 in Springfield MA, died Oct 17, 1874. Daughter of Gurdon Rogers Jr. and Sarah Smith Rogers.
Source: Paul & Bonnie Kidder, 2001.

Flora Lorinda White Fuller, born Aug 15, 1854 in Sardinia NY, died May 27, 1936 in Kennedy, Chautauqua Co NY She was the daughter of Albert Thomas White and Jane C. Thompson White.

Frederick Mortimer Fuller, born Dec 15, 1858 in Maysville KY, died Oct 20, 1940 in Kennedy, Chautauqua Co NY He was the son of Enos Pascal Fuller and Sarah Bliss Rogers Fuller. He married Flora Feb 11, 1892 in Garland, Warren Co PA They both are buried in the Presbyterian Cemetery, Garland PA.

They are the great grandparents of Bonnie Sandeen Kidder. They lived in Bemus Point NY and Kennedy NY. He was a barber
Source: Paul & Bonnie Kidder, 2001.

CHARLES RUFUS HARVEY (Rufus,6 Jonathan,5 William,4 Thomas,3 William,2 Thomas1). Born at Wardsboro, Vt., 19 Jan., 1799, he was only eight years old when his father, his surviving parent, died. About 1821 he settled in Jamestown, Chautauqua county, N. Y., where he lived until 1835 or '6, when he removed to Pokeepsie, N. Y. During his residence in these towns he was engaged with his brother Thomas William in iron industries, the building of machinery, etc. In 1843 he removed to Somerville, N. J., where he was connected with a screw manufacturing Co. His death occurred at his home in New York city 14 Sept., 1878 During his residence in Jamestown and Pokeepsie Charles Rufus Harvey was connected with the New York State militia, and attained the rank of Colonel. Charles R. Harvey was a man of heavy build, stout and muscular. He became bald in middle life, and thereafter wore a wig. His eyes were brown Charles Rufus Harvey was married (1st) at Wardsboro, Vt., 1 Jan., 1821, to Olive Willard (b. 3 March, 1800), younger sister of his brother-in-law Oliver Willard, Jr.; she being the eighth child of Oliver and Asenath (Newell) Willard. [See page 112 ante.] Olive died at Jamestown, N. Y., 5 April 1829.

Charles Rufus Harvey was married (2d) at Jamestown, N. Y., 12 Oct., 1829, to Rebecca Hayward (b. Pomfret, Conn., 15 Aug., 1801), youngest child of Charles Hayward (b. Jamestown, N. Y., 2 Jan., 1766; d. there 2 Sept., 1846) and his wife Rebecca Coates (b. (???); md. 18 Dec., 1788; d. Pomfret, Conn., 1 March, 1829). Charles Hayward was the son of Caleb and Polly (Morton) Hayward. Several children from his marriages were in Chautauqua Co history; and his brother, Thomas W Harvey (see Bio at )

Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001.(


Albert "Bert" Howard Haskins and family, about 1912. Dairy farmer, “Breezy Heights” farm, Winch Road, Lakewood, New York. L-R: mother, Ellen B. "Nellie" (Higgins) Haskins; back, son Henry Higgins Haskins; front, son Mark John Haskins; back, son Gilbert Patrick Haskins.

Source: John Haskins, 2013


CHARLES T. HASKIN(S) has been identified with the agricultural and lumber interests of Clark County since 1871. He is a native of Chautauqua County, New York, born February 21, 1841, and is a son of William and Aurilla (Vosburgh) Haskin, also natives of the Empire State. The parents emigrated to Wisconsin in 1847, and settled in Waudesha County, at the town of Wukesha, where they resided until 1857 thence they removed to Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, where the father passed the remainder of his days the mother is still living, at the age of seventy-six years. He was a carpenter by trade, but in the later years of his life devoted his time to farming. The family consisted of five children: Horace, Elizabeth, William E.,
Charles T. and Frank H. Charles T., the subject of this notice, was a young child when his parents brought him to the wilds of the frontier, and there he grew to manhood, surrounded by all the vicissitudes and privations of pioneer life. He received his first lessons in the primitive log schoolhouse, and during the vacations assisted his father in the work at home. When he was sixteen years old he went with his parents to Fond du Lac County, and there he began farming on his own account. He remained there until 1871, and then came to Clark County, and purchased eighty acres of timber land which he has since made his home. As his means would admit he has invested in land until he now owns 280 acres, situated on sections 11 and 12, Beaver Township and section 34, Green Grove Township. Fifty acres of this land have been converted from the wild state in which nature left them, to one of advanced cultivation. To accomplish this has been an undertaking of no small magnitude. It should be remembered, too, that Mr. Haskin has been unaided by any financial assistance in his business, and that all his success is due to his own merit.

In 1864, December 15, this worthy gentleman was united in marriage to Miss Mary R. Woodworth, of Fond du Lac County. She was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 17, 1846, and is a daughter of Harvey and Emaline (Brush) Woodworth, natives of the State of New York. They removed to Wisconsin in 1844, and located in Milwaukee thence they went to Fond du Lac County, and about the year 1874 they moved to Nebraska, where they are now making their home.

Mr. and Mrs. Haskin have had born to them five children: Laura, deceased Rosa, William, John and Charles T.

Source: Dolores Davidson, 2003.(

Katherine, "Kate" HASKINS dau of Hiram Haskins and Caroline Cadwell of Ellery Chautauqua Co NY widow of Ira Haskins Lewis.
Kate seated and standing next to her is her Granddaughter Katherine Collins (daughter Jessie's daughter from her first marriage to ?Collins) Back row L-R as you look at photo: William Louis Ames and Jessie Marie (Lewis) Ames (Kate's Dau) and William's 1/2 brother Walter Ames.
Photo from Alita Marchand and Dee Davidson, 2001 (


George was born in Oneida Co., NY in 1802. Died 1883. Rhoda is a Powers born 1806, died 1900. Her obit says they were pioneers in the Harmony/Panama area on Goshen Road. Both are buried in Panama Union Cemetery. – William Hawkins 2010

Here is Rebecca (Hayward) Harvey wife of Charles Rufus Harvey. She was born Aug 15, 1801 in Pomfret, CT and died May 21, 1857. Daughter of Charles Hayward and Rebecca (Cotes). Charles Hayward b. Jan 2, 1766 Roxbury, MA m. DEC 15, 1788 Pomfret, CT. He is buried in Lakeview Cemetery. Jamestown, NY and his wife is buried in Sabin Cem. Pomfret, CT. She was b. Apr 11, 1761, Pomfret, CT and died there Mar 1, 1829. Rebecca Cotes was dtr of Pynson Cotes (Coates) and Rebecca Holmes. Charles Hayward was son of Caleb Hayward and Polly (Mary) Morton
Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001. (

Holtz family portraits of Sheridan.  Owned by Sophia Holtz Towne. (Submitted 2009)

Andrew Hunt, b Pomfret or Portland, Chautauqua Co NY, Son of Orrin Hunt (1805-1865) and Margaret Thayer,(1808-1887) born November 27, 1827 Died January 28, 1894 Albion MI, buried Riverside Cemetery, Albion MI. Wife, Hepsibah Kelley, born ca 1828 in Pomfret, Dau of Richard Kelley and Hepsybah Lee died in Albion MI January 27, 1897. Andrew and "Hepsy" as she was called had 7 HUNT children, 5 reaching maturity and married Hepsibah Kelley was the sister of my GG Grandfather, Leander Kelley of Pomfret;
Source: Dee Davidson, 2001 (

He was born in Chautauqua County in 1829 but most of his adult life seems to be spent in Wisconsin.  Biography - from Biographical History of La Crosse, Monroe and Juneau Counties, Wisconsin.  Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company 1892.  Source:  Susan Williams

Harriet Jane Kelley was born in at Kelley's Corners, Stockton Chautauqua Co. NY, July 03, 1848 died February 06, 1929 dau of Franklin Kelley, (1822-1881) Son of Richard and Hepsybah Lee Kelley) and Marie (Mary) McGregor (ca1820-1925) Harriet married to Jacob TURK born September 3, 1833 in Stockton,died May 06, 1908 son of Jacob Turk (1801-1872) and Abigail "Nabby" Blodgett (1801-1882).
Harriet and Jacob were the parents of Edith M Turk, 1869 d 1870.
Elverton Merton Turk 1889 d 1961 and Ormond Jacob Turk, 1872 d 1957 all born Stockton.
Both Harriet Jane and Jacob Turk are buried at Kelley Hill Cemetery, Pomfret.
Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001 (


Dr. Laton KANISTANAUX, born ca 1834 Steuben Co NY probably of the Oneida tribe, was a Dr of herbs and healing, quite famed and he lived the most part of his life in Stockton, Chautauqua Co., NY where he died about 1910, he was married to Mar-le-ah Moulton who also died in Stockton dau of ELI Moulton and Dr Mrs. Tal Ic Awk, aka/ Katie. His brother Isaac KANISTANAUX also a DR died in Fredonia, after 1920;

This is my own family and I have quite a bit of data to share;
Source: Dee Davidson, 2001

Norman Wilson Ingerson was born on December 19, 1872, in Ellery Township, Chautauqua County, N.Y. He was the son of John Wilson Ingerson b 10/8/1841 d 5/2/1910 Son of Azariah Ingerson and Susan Waterman of Ellery, and Cornelia Jane Haskins dau of David Goodrich Haskins and Jane Carpenter also of Ellery. Norman married 17 Nov 1896 to Estelle "Stella" MURDOCK of Spartansburg, Crawford County, PA.
Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001 (

Born Feb. 19, 1823, Pomfret, Chautauqua, Co., N.Y. Came to Utah Sept.. 21, 1851, Alfred Cardon Company. Bishop. Physician.
Source: Pioneers and Prominent Men of Utah; provided by Dolores Davidson.

If you know more about these young ladies I would love to add them to my Jones/Hall families files.

March 20, 1880

Written on Back

Jennie Tuckerman; Alice M. Havens; Helen Jones; Margaret N. Hall; Lillian K. White; Josephine Sprague; Emma C. Jones; Carrie J. Jones and Mary C. Hall.


Carrie Joie Jones (sisters) – Daughter of Sydney Jones and Anna Sophia Dickey b. 09 Jul 1865 m. 21 Aug 1894 Major Frederick William Hyde (editor of Jamestown Journal) d. 1956 buried Lakeview Cemetery

Emma C. Jones (sisters) – Daughter of Sydney Jones and Anna Sophia Dickey b. 23 Dec 1863 m. William Archie Kent of Prescott, AZ’

Third Cousins with:

Mary Cheney Hall (twin) – Daughter of Erie Hall and Sarah Jane Marvin b. 27 Jul 1864

Margaret Newland Hall (twin) – Daughter of Erie Hall and Sarah Jane Marvin b. 27 Jul 1864 d. 17 Jun 1901

3rd Cousin to Carrie/Emma/Mary and Margaret:

Jennie Tuckerman – Daughter of George Tuckerman and Mary Maria Hall b. 1864

No direct relationship:

Helen Teresa Jones – Daughter of Robert Jones and Caroline Brewster Willard  b. 26 Nov 1863 m. A. Wilson Dods

No known relation

Alice M. Havens b. abt 1863 found in 1870 Census with Addison Shearman Family

No known relation

Lillian K. White b. abt 1865 found in 1880 Census with L.E. and Bella H. White Family

Josephine Sprague

No known relation

No data

Source:  Terry Heismann, 2013.

Samuel Partridge Kidder and Flora Angeline Wyman Kidder - SPK: b. Apr. 18, 1868 d. Oct 1, 1942. FAWK: b. Oct 25 1873, d. Nov 5, 1942. Married Oct 25, 1894. Samuel Partridge Kidder and wife were the founders of Kidder Memorial Methodist Church - ????
Elliot Hall Kidder, son of Samuel P. and Flora Kidder, was born April 29, 1913 in the town of Kiantone, NY and died Jan 17th, 1990 in Jamestown, NY.
Source: Paul & Bonnie Kidder, 2001.

Katherine "Kate" HASKINS shown here was born Ellery, Chautauqua Co NY June 5, 1851 died Erie , Erie Co PA May 23, 1930. Daughter of Hiram HASKINS 1816-1889 and Caroline CADWELL 1819-1851. Also shown here is her husband, Ira Haskins LEWIS son of Benjamin F LEWIS and Sally Ann HASKINS his birthdate not known he died BEFORE 1930. Kate HASKINS first husband was Liscomb Weeks of Ellery; He died before 1880. Kate was the mother of 2 children WEEKS born before 1880 and 2 Children LEWIS, Edson Lewis b ca 1885 and Jessie Marie b ca 1888
Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001. (

President of the Poudre Valley Bank of Fort Collins, is one of the pioneers of Colorado who have achieved financial success through attention to business and determination of will. He was born in Chautauqua County, N. Y., December 17, 1829, and was next to the youngest among twelve children, all but one of whom attained maturity and eight are still living. His father, William, a native of York state and a member of an old eastern family, settled in Ohio in 1834 and from there in 1840 went to Iowa, locating near Fairfield, Jefferson County, where he engaged in farming until his death at sixty-six years. His wife, who was Sylvia  MORTON, was born in New York and died in Birmingham, Iowa.

Full Bio on the Message Boards

Added notes;
Sylvia MORTON was born 15 JUL 1790 Athol MA , married to William LOOMIS
b Birth: 25 JUL 1788
there were 12 children born here in Chautauqua Co
they were
Theodore Sedgwick LOOMIS b: 6 SEP 1814 in Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York
Charles MORTON LOOMIS b: 20 DEC 1815 in Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York
William Edwin LOOMIS b: 19 JUL 1817 in Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York
Gilbert Percy LOOMIS b: 8 MAR 1819 in Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York
Polly Warren LOOMIS b: 31 MAR 1821 in Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York
Hannah Bond LOOMIS b: 23 JUL 1822 in Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York
Andrew Jackson LOOMIS b: 10 JAN 1825 in Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York
Adoniram Judson LOOMIS b: 8 MAY 1826 in Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York
Leander Vaness LOOMIS b: 11 JUL 1827 in Fredonia,
Abner WASHINGTON LOOMIS b: 17 DEC 1829 in Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York
Orrin Sage LOOMIS b: 3 MAY 1831 in Pomfret, Chautauqua, NY
Sylvia MORTON LOOMIS b: 20 SEP 1832 in Pomfret, Chautauqua, NY
data from family files LOOMIS< I am not sure the birth places are all correct.
Source:  Dolores Davidson, 2003.

Rockton, PA. July 1900

The caption reads as follows:

Children in Front:
Selburn (son of Herbert), Laverne (son of Van), Margaret (daughter of Henry), Alice Dunlap, Ruth Sheeser, Clara Dunlap, Tressa, Maggie, & Floyd Murray (children of Abbie), Ralph & Claude (sons of Scott). (Shirley son of Henry was asleep in upstairs bedroom.)

First Row Seated:
Herbert, Otis, Henry, Lavander, Grandpa Hezekiah Spinney Luce, Grandma Mary (May) Elizabeth (Rankin) Luce, Abbie (Luce) Murray, Alda (Luce) Sheeser(holding her daughter, Marie Sheeser), Scott Luce, (holding his son Wayne), -- Phillip Luce (standing).

One son, Charles, not at reunion, one daughter Ada, died in Childhood. Lavander (oldest) Charles & Henry were born at Houlton, Aroostook Co., Maine. Rest born at farm near Rockton. PA., Clearfield Co. (Great aunt Margaret's letter said Luce's didn't go to Rockton untill 1885. They are in Goshen, PA. on the 1880 Census. That would mean, Scott, Otis, Herbert, Alda, and Abbie were born in Goshen.)

Standing 1st Row:
Mrs. Wilson (Clearfield), Mrs. Shankle, Jerusha Brubaker (wife of Otis > Luce) and son Merlin, Elva (Brubaker) Luce (wife of Henry) and son Earle H., Rebecca McCracken (wife of Lavander (Van), Mrs. Mary Dunlap, Lu McCrackin, Flora (Brubaker) Luce (wife of Herbert), Mrs. Haag, Grace Sheeser (sister of Sheridan), Lottie Wilson, Ella (Peoples) Luce (wife of Scott).

Second Row (standing behind):
Mrs. Graham & baby, Mrs. Hannah Gelnett, Fred Luce (son of Van Luce), Mrs. Jane Ireland & baby (she had 21), Mr. Thad Ireland, William Murray (husband of Abbie), Sheridan Sheeser (husband of Alda).



My great great great great grandparents are buried in the Westfield Cemetery - Isaac and Amy Briggs Mallory. Isaac Mallory attended the first town meeting of Westfield in 1829 and was elected "fenceviewer". The 1830 census records show that Isaac Mallory was present in Portland and the later census records for Federal and State show him to be a resident of Westfield until he died in 1867. Isaac and Amy had 8 children, most of whom left Westfield and settled in various places in the West. Their oldest daughter, Anna Mallory married Lorenzo Bliss and they are both buried in the Westfield cemetery. Their son Emmett stayed in Chautauqua County, married Caroline Walker, then Jane Scofield and is buried in the Scofield plot in the Mayville cemetery. Their daughter Esther Mallory married Dr. Charles Gillis and both are buried in the Westfield cemetery. Also daughter Finette Mallory who married Albert Manley, is buried next to her parents. Their son, Allen Mallory, who with Emmett was a one time proprietor of the Glen Mills, is my direct ancestor. His daughter, Phoebe Adelaide Mallory, was born in Westfield. Her mother, Harriet Chapin Mallory, died at age 32 and is buried in the Westfield cemetery next to Isaac and Amy Mallory. Both Allen Mallory and daughter Addie Mallory Curtis are buried in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Source: Luanne P. Hale -

Albert Mattison is another great-great grandfather. He was born April 24, 1819 in Busti, Chautauqua Co NY, the son of Henderick Dow and Hannah Merry Mattison. He married Mary Jane Andrews Oct 25, 1840. He died June 12, 1892 in Busti. He is buried in Lot 41 Busti Village Cemetery.

Mary Jane Andrews is another great-great grandmother. She was born Jan 19, 1821 in Busti, Chautauqua Co NY , the daughter of Asahel and Lucy Ann Merry Andrews. She died Aug 18, 1863. She is buried in Lot 41 Busti Village Cemetery, Busti, Chautauqua Co NY.
Source Paul & Bonnie Kidder, 2001.

Thomas Patrick Mattison was born in Cherry Grove, Warren Co PA, March 17, 1886. He moved to Bemus Point, Chautauqua Co NY in 1908, where he worked at the Skillman and Ingerson Store ( It is the Skillman Store in July of 2001).
From 1916-1922, Tom Mattison was post master of Bemus Point, NY Post Office. Ben Haskin and Tom bought the Sullivan- Barrett Store, in Bemus Point, in 1922. They bought the Danielson Funeral Home and grocery business in Kennedy, Chautauqua Co NY in 1925. Tom lived the rest of his life over this business, and when he died, January 29, 1975, it was called the Mattison Funeral Home, Kennedy, NY, then owned by his son Frederick E. Mattison. Tom is buried in Pine Hill Cemetery, Falconer, Chautauqua Co NY He was active in many community organizations.

Tom met his wife, Ruth Kathleen Fuller, in Bemus Point, NY. They married in a United Brethren Church, Buffalo, Erie Co NY, May 24, 1912. Tom and Ruth had seven children, six were born in Bemus Point, NY and one in Kennedy, NY.

Ruth Kathleen Fuller Mattison, was born in Youngsville, Warren Co PA, December 10, 1893. Her family moved to Bemus Point, Chautauqua Co NY in 1908. Before Ruth married she worked at the Lenhart Hotel in Bemus Point, NY. She died October 15, 1988, at Heritage Village Health Care Center, Gerry, Chautauqua Co NY. She is buried in Pine Hill Cemetery, Falconer, Chautauqua Co NY For many years Ruth was active in organizations in the community.
Tom and Ruth Fuller Mattison are Bonnie Sandeen Kidder's maternal grandparents.

Source: Paul & Bonnie Kidder, 2001.

Picture taken Christmas of 1913, in Sugar Grove, Warren Co PA.
BACK ROW: left to right
Merry ( Murray) Mattison,
b. Parker's Landing, Butler Co PA, August 23, 1876
d. Sugar Grove, Warren Co PA, October 11, 1949
buried: Maple Grove Cemetery, Ashville, Chautauqua Co NY.
Thomas Patrick Mattison
b. Cherry Grove, Warren Co PA ,March 17, 1886
d. Kennedy, Chautauqua Co NY, January 29, 1975
buried: Pine Hill Cemetery, Falconer, Chautauqua Co NY.
Millard Eugene ( Gene) Mattison
b. Sugar Grove, Warren Co PA, June 21, 1892
d. Gowanda, Cattaraugus Co NY, March 16, 1963
buried: Liberty Park Cemetery, Cattaraugus, Cattauaugus Co NY.
( Gene was born four months after his father died)
Albert Fleming Mattison
b. Parker's Landing, Butler's Co PA, June 15, 1878
d. Buffalo, Erie Co NY, December 1942
buried: Cherry Hill Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Warren Co PA.
MIDDLE ROW: left to right
Addie Pickard Mattison, wife of Merry
b. April 7, 1875
d. December 1928
buried: Maple Grove Cemetery, Ashville, Chautauqua Co NY.
Ruth Fuller Mattison, wife of Tom
b. Youngsville, Warren Co NY, December 10, 1893
d. Gerry, Chautauqua Co NY, October 13, 1988
buried: Pine Hill Cemetery, Falconer, Chautauqua Co NY.
Margaret Meehan Mattison
b. Brady's Bend, Armstrong Co PA, April 17, 1854
d. Sugar Grove, Warren Co PA, December 25, 1931
buried: Cherry Hill Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Warren Co PA.
Anna Meehan Nyce- sister of Margaret M. Mattison
b. 1852
buried: ?
Elizabeth (Bess) Provin Mattison, wife of Albert
b.Smethport, McKean Co PA, December 11, 1883
d. Buffalo, Erie Co NY, March 16, 1978
buried: ?
The child is Helen Beatrice Mattison, daughter of Tom and Ruth Mattison.

FRONT ROW: left to right, daughters of Eugene and Margaret M. Mattison
Carrie Elnor Mattison
b.Cherry Grove, Warren Co PA, July 31, 1883
d. Sugar Grove, Warren Co PA, October 16, 1918
buried: Cherry Hill Cemetery, Warren Co PA.
Anna Jane Mattison
b.Sugar Grove, Warren Co PA, October 11, 1888
d. Jamestown, Chautauqua Co NY, March 19, 1956
buried: Cherry Hill Cemetery, Sugar Grove, Warren Co PA.



Margaret Meehan Mattison's husband, who is not in the picture, was Eugene Mattison.
Eugene Mattison traveled to logging camps in northwest Pennsylvania as a harness maker. His wife is Margaret (Maggie) J. Meehan Mattison.
b. Busti, Chautauqua Co NY, November 17, 1842
d. Sugar Grove, Warren Co, PA, February 4, 1892
buried: Busti Village Cemetery, Busti, Chautauqua Co NY.
Margaret ( Maggie) Mattison raised her children in Sugar Grove, Warren Co., PA.
Merry, Tom, Gene and Anna lived in Chautauqua Co NY during parts of their lifetime.
Eugene and Maggie Mattison are Bonnie Sandeen Kidder's great grandparents.
Tom and Ruth Fuller Mattison are her maternal grandparents.
The house is where Maggie Mattison raised her children in Sugar Grove, Warren Co PA. It is on Forest Street. I believe it is was the Exchange House at 19 Forest built in 1831 by Lemuel Pierce. My reference is "A Sojourner's Sketch of Sugar Grove" by Gregory Wilson, 2000

Source: Paul & Bonnie Kidder, 2001.



Duane H. Nickerson 19 Dec 1929 - 1 Jan 2007.


Source:  Tammy Nickerson Austin, 2007


b. 23 Jan 1801 in Stonington, CT.  Daughter of Samuel Nunn.
m. 15 Jun 1824 to Nathaniel Warner III
d. 6 Jun 1893 in Hamlet, Chautauqua Co., NY
buried in Hamlet Cemetery.

Source: Jay Priest, 2001

She died 11 May 1865.  She was the Aunt of Richard W. M. Da Lee.  She was born in 1769 in Rhode Island.

Martha Da Lee Haidek

OSTRYE (OSTROWICKI) family of French Creek

Peter Ostrye

Source:  Charlotte C. Smith, 2009.

Helen Eleanor "Nellie" (Reardon) Dearing daughter of Dennis William Reardon, and Olive Augusta Cobb born February 08, 1877 in South Dakota, Died Dec 6,1951 married in Chautauqua Co NY to Frederick Edmond Dearing born Mayville NY January 23, 1869 died December 30, 1926 Jamestown NY
Source: Dee Davidson, 2001 (


Harriet (Foster) Smith, my great great grandmother.  Born October 28, 1836, in NY, died June 23, 1917 in Seattle WA.  She was married in Chautauqua county, to Edgar Smith, son of Milton and Jane (Woodward) Smith and lived there until she came to Washington State with her daughters.  Her husband  had died in 1879. - Source:  Marilyn King

Jennie Smith, my great aunt, (Augusta Akers' sister) who lived to be 96 years old.  She was born in Chautauqua NY also, May 16, 1857, and died in Seattle Washington in 1953.  I remember her quite well.  - Source:  Marilyn King

Milton Smith 1810-1888
Supervisor of the Town of Stockton, NY 1848-53
Elected Sheriff of Mayville, NY 1854
Son of Eunice (Unis) COBB 1786-11-6-1847 age 64
Calvin SMITH 1786-12-8-1864, age 80
Milton and wife Jane Woodward and his parents are buried at Greenwood Cemetery Stockton
Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001. (

Scammel STAPLES, b 12/29/1798 m to ,Minerva MEAD of Marcellus NY, 4 children.
Read a letter by Scammel Staples written in 1873! And find out more about this family.
Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001 (

Carlton A. Stearns, owner of Stearns grocery in front of his company car on Main Street Forestville New York.
Carlton, son of Arthur Stearns, grandson of Moses Stearns, great grandson of Benjamin Stearns.
Source: Pat Stearns, 2002.  Photo taken abt 1920.

Henry Farnham Stearns, on Main Street in Forestville.  In the background is the gazebo that used to be at the fork in the road at Lodi and Pearl Streets.
Henry was the son of Ernest Francis Stearns, grandson of Arthur Stearns, great grandson of Moses Stearns, great great grandson of Benjamin Stearns .
Source: Pat Stearns, 2002.  Photo taken 1921.


Owen Sullivan

Source:  Charlotte C. Smith, 2009.

Plumer & Martha (Mason) Taggart
Taggart Family Reunion, 1919 (photo key)

Source: Karen (Taggart) Simms, Huntersville, NC, 2007

Charles Terry, yardmaster for the Erie Railroad , Jamestown Chautauqua Co NY ca 1887.
No information on his identity.
Source: Dolores Davidson, 2001. (

From left; John William Testrake, born 8/17/1867
Winterswijk, Holland died Ripley NY Oct.1957 holding infant son Carl William Testrake born 1911-died June 2000
Wife Della Mae Pratt b 1/29/1880 Mina died 8/27/1950 Ripley
 far right Della's Grandmother,  Mary Ann (Doan) PRATT born August 9, 1826,
Crowland Ontario Canada, died Westfield NY Feb. 12, 1921 widow of Richard Edward Pratt.,
My G G Grandmother
Source: Dolores Davidson (

James Louis Thompson
Born Jan. 22, 1818, Pomfret, Chautauqua Co., N.Y. Came to Utah November, 1852,
Capt. Bullock Company. Member Zion's Camp.

Source: Pioneers and Prominent men of Utah; provided by Dolores Davidson. (

Information and photogarphs of the White and allied families on Pomfret.

Source:  Dorothy Newman, 2004.

John Franklin "Frank" Wyman and Katharine Ann Van Arsdale Wyman. Taken before 1899.

John Franklin Wyman and his children about 1901 (after Katharine died). Back Row: L-R are Flora Angeline Wyman (Kidder), Clyde Robbins Wyman, and Lois Allegra Wyman (Shearman). Front Row: L-R are Laura Arvilla Wyman (Hart), Mary Francis Wyman (Rymer), and John Franklin "Frank" Wyman.
Descendants of John Franklin Wyman
1 John Franklin Wyman b: May 9, 1841 in Poland Center, Chautauqua Co NY d: April 29, 1930 in Jamestown, Chautauqua Co NY Burial: April 29, 1930 Section 3, Lot 180, Maple Grove Cemetery, Frewsburg Chautauqua Co NY
. +Katherine Ann VanArsdale b: April 5, 1852 in Chautauqua Co NY m: December 25, 1869 d: January 19, 1899 in Bradford, McKean Co PA Burial: Section 3, Lot 180, Maple Grove Cemetery, Frewsburg Chautauqua Co NY
.......... 2 Laura Arvilla Wyman b: August 18, 1871 in Town of Carroll, Chautauqua Co. NY d: May 31, 1947 in 104 Brad Street, Jamestown, Chautauqua Co. NY Burial: June 3, 1947 Section 3 Lot 148, Maple Grove Cemetery, Frewsburg. Chautauqua Co. NY
.............. +John Sidney Hart b: 1870 m: January 1892 d: May 28, 1905 in Lynndon Burial: June 1, 1905 Section 3 Lot 148, Maple Grove Cemetery, Frewsburg. Chautauqua Co. NY
.......... 2 Flora Angeline Wyman b: October 25, 1873 in Town of Carroll, Chautauqua Co NY d: November 6, 1942 in Town of Kiantone, Chautauqua Co NY Burial: November 8, 1942 FAO93 WT 1SE, Lakeview Cemetery, Jamestown, Chautauqua Co NY
.............. +Samuel Partridge Kidder b: April 18, 1868 in Town of Kiantone, Chautauqua Co NY m: October 25, 1894 d: October 1, 1942 in Town of Kiantone, Chautauqua Co NY Burial: October 4, 1942 FAO93 WT 2SE, Lakeview Cemetery, Jamestown, Chautauqua Co NY
.......... 2 Clyde Robbins Wyman b: March 24, 1881 d: June 10, 1903 in Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Co. WA
.............. +Nettie Neese m: June 30, 1902
.......... 2 Lois Allegra Wyman b: March 3, 1885 in Bradford, McKean Co PA d: Aft. 1985 in Oregon
.............. +Raymond H. Shearman m: September 24, 1905 in Vancover, WA
.......... 2 Mary Frances Wyman b: July 26, 1892 d: July 4, 1925 in Grant's Pass, OR
.............. +Joseph Rymer m: December 28, 1911 in Portland, OR

Source: Paul & Bonnie Kidder, 2001. [John Franklin and Katharine VanArsdale Wyman are Paul Kidder's great grandparents and their daughter Flora Wyman Kidder is his paternal grandmother.]

"Early Settlers" who moved to Chautauqua County NY from New England Standing (L-R): Harmin Willard, J.C. "Deacon" Jones, Bernard Holbrook. Seated (L-R): Sanford Holbrook, William Hall (father of Elliot Hall, Minister of Jamestown First Congregational Church after whom Elliot Kidder was named), Ezbai Kidder (Elliot Kidder's Great Grandfather), Abner Hazeltine.


Source: Jamestown Post-Journal; images provided by Paul & Bonnie Kidder, 2001.