Ward Hall

M, #4241, b. circa 1853
     Ward Hall was born circa 1853 in NY.1,2 Alternatively, Ward Hall was born in Feb 1863.3

Ward Hall married Annette "Nettie" Quigg, daughter of Richard W. Quigg and Augusta Wheeler, circa 1888.4 Ward Hall was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1892 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Annette "Nettie" Quigg and Minnie Hall.5 Ward Hall was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1900 in Binghamton, Broome Co., NY with others in the household: Annette "Nettie" Quigg and Minnie Hall.3 Ward Hall was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1905 in Binghamton, Broome Co., NY with others in the household: Annette "Nettie" Quigg and Minnie Hall.6 Ward Hall was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1910 in Binghamton, Broome Co., NY with others in the household: Annette "Nettie" Quigg and Minnie Hall.2 Ward Hall was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1920 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Annette "Nettie" Quigg.1 Ward Hall was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1925 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Annette "Nettie" Quigg, Clyde W. Griswold and Minnie Hall (his wife, son-in-law, and daughter.)7

Child of Ward Hall and Annette "Nettie" Quigg

Citations

  1. [S681] US1920.
  2. [S663] US1910.
  3. [S555] US1900.
  4. [S730] Oswego Daily Times, Oswego Co., NY, Monday Evening, February 26, 1917. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Daily Times.
  5. [S1532] NY1892.
  6. [S1068] NY1905.
  7. [S1527] NY1925.

Patrick Otis1

M, #4242, b. circa 1820, d. 15 Nov 1877
     Patrick Otis was born circa 1820 in Ireland.2

Patrick Otis married Mary Green.1 Patrick Otis and Mary Green emigrated from Ireland on 10 Mar 1847 on the ship "Hottinguer", Ira Bursley, Master. Their surname was recorded as Oats.3,4 Patrick Otis was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1850 in New York, New York Co., NY with others in the household: Mary Green, Catherine Otis and Mary Otis (his wife and 2 daughters.)5 Patrick Otis was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1855 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Mary Green, Catherine Otis, Mary Otis and Ann Otis.6 Patrick Otis was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1860 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Mary Green, Catherine Otis, Mary Otis, Ann Otis, Thomas Otis, John W. Otis and George Otis (his wife, 3 daughters, and 3 sons.)7 Patrick Otis was naturalized on 29 Sep 1860 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA.8

Patrick Otis served in 1861 in Company F, 69 N.Y. State Militia for 3 months. (Recorded as Oatis.)9 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1865 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Mary Green, Catherine Otis, Thomas Otis, John W. Otis and Mary E./Minnie E. Otis.10 Patrick Otis was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1870 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Mary Green, Thomas Otis, John W. Otis and Mary E./Minnie E. Otis (his wife, 2 sons, and daughter.)2 Patrick Otis was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1875 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Mary Green, Thomas Otis, John W. Otis and Mary E./Minnie E. Otis.11

Patrick Otis died on 15 Nov 1877 in Auburn, Cayuga Co., NY.12

Children of Patrick Otis and Mary Green

Citations

  1. [S735] Oswego Palladium-Times, Oswego, NY, Tuesday, December 30, 1947. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Palladium-Times.
  2. [S497] US1870.
  3. [S996] Patrick Otis family entry; Hottinguer Passenger and Immigration Lists, 10 Mar 1847, Roll #66; in Records of the U.S. Customs Service-M237 (Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration).
  4. [S555] US1900.
  5. [S414] US1850.
  6. [S585] NY1855.
  7. [S402] US1860.
  8. [S1045] P. William Filby, editor, Philadelphia Naturalization Records: an index to records of aliens' declarations of intention and/or oaths of allegiance, 1789-1880, in United States Circuit Court, United States District Court, Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Quarter Sessions Court, Court of Common Pleas, Philadelphia (Detroit, MI: Gale Research Company, c1892), The Declaration of Intent date was 29 Sep 1858 and the Oath of Allegiance date was 24 Aug 1861. Hereinafter cited as Philadelphia Naturalization Records, 1789-1880.
  9. [S756] (Original data: National Archives and Records Administration), Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (National Park Service (NPS)), Soldier's Rank-In Pvt; Soldier's Rank-Out Pvt; Film Number M551 roll 105.
  10. [S516] NY1865.
  11. [S664] NY1875.
  12. [S994] Auburn NY Weekly News and Democrat, Auburn, NY, Issue of Thursday, Nov 15, 1877. Hereinafter cited as Auburn NY Weekly News and Democrat.

Mary Green

F, #4243, b. circa 1826, d. 28 Nov 1901
     Mary Green was born circa 1826 in Ireland.1 Alternatively, Mary Green was born in Nov 1822.2

Mary Green married Patrick Otis.3 Mary Green and Patrick Otis emigrated from Ireland on 10 Mar 1847 on the ship "Hottinguer", Ira Bursley, Master. Their surname was recorded as Oats.4,2

Mary Green was enumerated in the censuses of 1850 in New York, New York Co., NY5 She was enumerated in the census of 1855 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY in the household of Patrick Otis6 and of 1860, in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY all in the household of Patrick Otis (her husband.)7

Mary Green was living in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY, from 1860 to 1900.1 She was enumerated in the census of 1865 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY in the household of Patrick Otis.8 Mary Green was enumerated in the census of 1870 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY in the household of Patrick Otis.9 Mary Green was enumerated in the census of 1875 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY in the household of Patrick Otis.10

Mary Green was widowed on 15 Nov 1877.11

Mary Green was enumerated as Head of Household in the censuses of 1880 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY, with others in the household: Mary E./Minnie E. Otis, Thomas Otis and John W. Otis (her daughter and 2 sons),12 Mary Green was enumerated in the census of 1892 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY in the household of John W. Otis (her son)13 and of 1900 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY.2

Mary Green died on 28 Nov 1901 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY.1

Children of Mary Green and Patrick Otis

Citations

  1. [S730] Oswego Daily Times, Oswego Co., NY, Friday Evening, November 29, 1901. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Daily Times.
  2. [S555] US1900.
  3. [S735] Oswego Palladium-Times, Oswego, NY, Tuesday, December 30, 1947. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Palladium-Times.
  4. [S996] Patrick Otis family entry; Hottinguer Passenger and Immigration Lists, 10 Mar 1847, Roll #66; in Records of the U.S. Customs Service-M237 (Washington, DC: National Archives and Records Administration).
  5. [S414] US1850.
  6. [S585] NY1855.
  7. [S402] US1860.
  8. [S516] NY1865.
  9. [S497] US1870.
  10. [S664] NY1875.
  11. [S994] Auburn NY Weekly News and Democrat, Auburn, NY, Issue of Thursday, Nov 15, 1877. Hereinafter cited as Auburn NY Weekly News and Democrat.
  12. [S496] US1880.
  13. [S1532] NY1892.

George W. Hood

M, #4244, b. circa 1855, d. 28 Feb 1900
     George W. Hood was born circa 1855.1

George W. Hood was a member of the Pennsylvania state senate from 1885-1888. He was one of the most prominent lawyers in Pennsylvania in Indiana, Indiana Co., PA.2,1

George W. Hood married Adaline M. Quigg, daughter of James D. Quigg and Julie E. Wells, on 22 Dec 1888 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY, at the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. J. E. Quigg.2

George W. Hood died on 28 Feb 1900 in Indiana, Indiana Co., PA, at seven o'clock on Wednesday evening, after a short illness.1

Child of George W. Hood and Adaline M. Quigg

Citations

  1. [S730] Oswego Daily Times, Oswego Co., NY, Saturday Evening, March 3, 1900. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Daily Times.
  2. [S583] Oswego Palladium, Oswego Co., NY, Monday, December 24, 1888. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Palladium.

George Wells Hood Jr.

M, #4245, b. 3 Jul 1895, d. 23 May 1959
Relationship
3rd cousin 1 time removed of Lester Milton Barlow
     George Wells Hood Jr. was born on 3 Jul 1895 in Indiana, Indiana Co., PA.1,2 He was the son of George W. Hood and Adaline M. Quigg. George Wells Hood Jr. was enumerated in the census of 1900 in Indiana Co., PA in the household of Adaline M. Quigg.3 George Wells Hood Jr. was enumerated in the census of 1910 in Winnebago Co., WI in the household of Walter C. Hewitt.4

The first draft registration for World War I was for men born between June 5, 1886 and June 5, 1896. George Wells Hood Jr. filled out a draft card on 5 Jun 1917 in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY. He was tall, of slender build, with blue eyes and brown hair. He was single and living at 382 Franklin, Buffalo, NY. He was a Student Auto Engineer at the Pierce Arrow Motor Car Company.2

George Wells Hood Jr. died on 23 May 1959 in Marin Co., CA, at age 63.5

Citations

  1. [S730] Oswego Daily Times, Oswego Co., NY, Saturday Evening, March 3, 1900. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Daily Times.
  2. [S365] "WWI Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918"; National Archives - Northeast Region; New York, NY, Form 1444, No. 119. Hereinafter cited as "WWI Draft Registration Cards."
  3. [S555] US1900.
  4. [S663] US1910.
  5. [S867] Death Registration from original data: State of California. California Death Index, 1940-1997. Sacramento, CA, USA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics (2000), Ancestry.com, Provo, UT. Hereinafter cited as California Death Index.

Walter C. Hewitt

M, #4246, b. circa 1860
     Walter C. Hewitt was born circa 1860 in MI.1

Walter C. Hewitt married first Myra R. Redfield in 1884.2 Walter was head of the Mechanical Department of the Oshkosh Normal School in Oshkosh, Winnebago Co., WI.3

Walter C. Hewitt was widowed on 29 May 1908.4

Walter's second marriage was to Adaline M. Quigg, daughter of James D. Quigg and Julie E. Wells, on 23 Jun 1909 in Buffalo, Erie Co., NY.5,3 Walter C. Hewitt was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1910 in Winnebago Co., WI with others in the household: Adaline M. Quigg and George Wells Hood Jr.1

Citations

  1. [S663] US1910.
  2. [S1456] Elkhart Truth (Elkhart, IN), Elkhart, IN. Hereinafter cited as Elkhart Truth (Elkhart, IN).
  3. [S731] Oswego Daily Palladium, Oswego Co., NY, Friday, October 17, 1913. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Daily Palladium.
  4. [S1456] Elkhart Truth (Elkhart, IN), Saturday, May 30, 1908.
  5. [S1456] Elkhart Truth (Elkhart, IN), Friday, July 30, 1909.

father Quigg

M, #4247
Relationship
3rd great-grandfather of Lester Milton Barlow
Charts
Lester M. Barlow Pedigree
     The relationship of these two is based on a newspaper article about the death of Adaline Quigg (b. 1860), a granddaughter of Richard Quigg (b. c1800). It says she was the cousin of Richard Quigg, a hardware dealer in Oswego. This would be Richard W. Quigg (b. 1840), a son of James Quigg (b. bef 1800.)1 This 'father' provides a place to group siblings whose father is unknown to me.

Children of father Quigg

Citations

  1. [S731] Oswego Daily Palladium, Oswego Co., NY, Friday, October 17, 1913. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Daily Palladium.

William H. Bishop

M, #4248, b. Sep 1840
     William H. Bishop was born in Sep 1840 in England.1 In Jun 1863 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY, he registered for the draft. He was a single 25-year-old, born in England, and an Engineer.2

William H. Bishop married Agnes Martin. William H. Bishop was naturalized before 1865.3 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1865 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Agnes Martin and Fred Bishop.3 William H. Bishop was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1870 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Agnes Martin and Fred Bishop.4 William H. Bishop was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1875 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Agnes Martin and Fred Bishop.5

William's second marriage was to Alice J. Quigg, daughter of William Quigg and Martha <...>, on 1 Jul 1879 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY.6 William H. Bishop was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1880 in Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Alice J. Quigg and Fred Bishop.7 William was a Marine Engineer.1,7 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1892 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Alice J. Quigg and Fred Bishop.8 William H. Bishop was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1900 in Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Alice J. Quigg, Fred Bishop and Analiza Quigg.1 William H. Bishop was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1905 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Alice J. Quigg and Fred Bishop.9 William H. Bishop was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Oswego, Oswego Co., NY.10

Child of William H. Bishop and Agnes Martin

Citations

  1. [S555] US1900.
  2. [S1743] "U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865," Index and images, Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com : accessed 29 Oct 2015), Citing Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrations, 1863-1865. Records of the Provost Marshal General’s Bureau (Civil War), Record Group 110. National Archives at Washington D.C., p. 47.
  3. [S516] NY1865.
  4. [S497] US1870.
  5. [S664] NY1875.
  6. [S730] Oswego Daily Times, Oswego Co., NY, Wednesday Evening, July 2, 1879. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Daily Times.
  7. [S496] US1880.
  8. [S1532] NY1892.
  9. [S1068] NY1905.
  10. [S1248] Cemetery Marker in Riverside Cemetery (NY), Oswego, Oswego Co., NY, Section Y, Lot 23.

Harrison W. Wallace

M, #4249, b. 18 Sep 1837, d. 4 Sep 1906
     Harrison W. Wallace was born on 18 Sep 1837 in Palermo, Oswego Co., NY.1 He was the son of George Wallace and Eliza Ann B. Hoxie.2

Harrison W. Wallace moved to Oswego, Oswego Co., NY, in 1849. with his family.1 He was enumerated in the census of 1850 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY in the household of George Wallace. Harrison was associated with his father in the grocery business. In February, 1889, his father disposed of his interest in the firm (George Wallace & Son) and turned it over to him.1 He was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1860 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY.

Harrison W. Wallace married Abbie E. <...> circa 1862.3 Harrison W. Wallace was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1865 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Abbie E. <...>4 Harrison W. Wallace was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1870 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Abbie E. <...> Harrison W. Wallace was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1880 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Abbie E. <...> Harrison W. Wallace was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1892 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Abbie E. <...>5 Harrison W. Wallace was enumerated as Head of Household in the census of 1900 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY with others in the household: Abbie E. <...>

Harrison W. Wallace died on 4 Sep 1906 in Oswego, Oswego Co., NY, at age 68 at four o'clock, at his summer home, "Bilque Cottage," on the Boulevard.1 His funeral was held at the Trinity M. E. Church at 2:30 in the afternoon on 7 Sep 1906.6

Citations

  1. [S730] Oswego Daily Times, Oswego Co., NY, September 5, 1906. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Daily Times.
  2. [S738] William Wallace, George Wallace Family (Private email), 1 Oct 2005.
  3. [S555] US1900.
  4. [S516] NY1865.
  5. [S1532] NY1892.
  6. [S731] Oswego Daily Palladium, Oswego Co., NY, Thursday, September 6 1906, page 5. Hereinafter cited as Oswego Daily Palladium.

Philip Truck

M, #4250, b. Jan 1817, d. after 1900
     Philip Truck was born in Jan 1817 in Germany.1 He was naturalized in 1830.1 He was enumerated in the census of 1900 in New Haven, Oswego Co., NY in the household of Henry C. Wheeler.1

Philip Truck died after 1900.1

Child of Philip Truck

Citations

  1. [S555] US1900.