Early Settlers Town of Lenox, Madison Co., NY
Early Settlers
Town of Lenox

    Early settlers in the Town of Lenox taken from 1784 "History of 
Chenango & Madison Counties, NY" by James H Smith; pub. 1880.
  [Tried to use year, where stated, person and where they were from.]  
 
     Lenox was formed from Sullivan March 3, 1809. 
Early settlements of the town were made almost entirely by the 
descendants of the early Dutch settlers along the productive valley 
of the Mohawk.  They started migration as early as 1790. 
 
 1792- 
Conrad KLOCK & sons Joseph, John & Conrad 
The SNYDERs,   MOOTs,   FORBES,   TUTTLEs,   BUYEAs,  KILTs,   BETSINGERs 
 
  about beginning of present century- 
Myndert WEMPLE 
William SPENCER 
 
 about 1800- 
Angel DeFERRIERE, born Niort, France 
 
 1808- 
Deacon Stephen NORTHROP, Sr. & son, Stephen, Jr 
David NORTHOP 
 
 1822-William E. FISKE, born Mass; moved to Canastota in 1826 

Provided by: Sandy Goodspeed, Maryland, NY

Date: Friday, July 09, 1999 10:08 PM

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