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A witness to the sale was Isaac Coffing whose connection, if any, has not yet been established. His widow Rachel was named executrix of his property,which was divided equally among his four daughters. In September 1736, George Wilson of Philadelpha, Joyner and Robert Hindwere named intestate administrators. He married Sibyl--and located in town on the farm now occupied by Everard Fenner. General Notes: One account states that Isaac had 4 sons and 4 daughters (Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Rock, Green, Grant, Iowa and Lafayette, Wisconsin, publ. Early census records of Herkimer County (1810, 1820, 1830) seem to indicate 4 sons and 5 daughters as follows: 1 son born 1800-1804; 1 son born 1805-1810; 2 sons born 1810-1815; 2 daughters born 1800-1804; 1daughter born 1805-1810; 2 daughters born 1810-1820. Coffinson - Isaac Coffinson - Benjamin Franklin Coffinson - Jacob Coffingranddaughter - Helen Percivillefriend/witness - Alansing Barneywitness - Nelson B. Jacob married Sally Claflin, daughter of Allen Claflin and Mary Tyler, about 1812 in Douglas, Worcester, Massachusetts. Coffin was born on in Massachusetts, died on in Herkimer County, New York, and was buried on in Newport Cemetery, Newport, Herkimer, New York. Ann Eliza Coffin was born on , died on in New York, and was buried in North Gage Cemetery, Deerfield, Oneida, New York. I hereby nominate and appoint Thaddeus Wilson of Depeyster the executor of this my will and testament. Edward Thornton The above and foregoing will of Edward Thornton consists of three pages was signed by him in our presence in the presence of each other and the said executor in our presence and in the presence of each other acknowledged said paper so subscribe by him as aforesaid to be his Last Will and Testament and we at his request have become, and are subscribing witnesses to said will and testament. It was in this latter year that Farr drove cattle to Michigan City, Indiana, whence they were shipped by lake to Dunkirk, New York, thatbeing the first cattle shipped by lake from that point. They were the first cattle shipped byrailroad into New York City. I am considering the possibility that Isaac was the son of Jacob and Sarah Coffing of Philadelphia and Bucks County, Pennsylvania. In 1740 or 1741 there was a statementthat: At the request of Arnold Koster and Rachel, his wife, we have vieweda plantation or farm, in the county of Bucks, containing about 100 acres(now in the tenure of William Novle) and belonging to the estate of Jacob Coffin, deceased, which we appraise at 80 pounds." Witnessed by ISAACCOFING, Jonathan Dungan and Joseph Dungan. Edward Coffin was born in 1741 in Fishkill, Dutchess, New York, died on in Deerfield, Oneida, New York, and was buried in First Baptist Church, Newport, Herkimer, New York. He cleared the land and built a house on the hill near the place where the upper barn now is. To Edward and Sibyl were born a large family: Isaac, who once owned the John Sherman place; Joseph, who lived on the road between the stone school house and Brayton's Corners, Edward and Jacob, who lived in Deerfield; John, who kept a "tavern" in Deerfield; Abram and Benjamin, also Deerfield residents; Anna, who married Cady Howe, father of Manson Howe of Poland; Mrs. Elizabeth Cuyler Burnett was born on in Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York, was christened on , and died on in Hyde Park, Dutchess, New York. Margaret Burnett was born on in Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York and was christened on . Sarah Burnett was born on in Rhinebeck, Dutchess, New York and was christened on . 1901 - page 231-232), and another states that he had 5 sons and six daughters (Portrait & Biographical Record Winnebago & Boone Cos., IL. Isaac married Margaret Patten, daughter of Benoni Patten and Edith Cole, from 1800 to 1805 in Newport, Herkimer, New York. Rowley He wrote that he was seventy-five when he wrote his Will in February of1860, giving an approximate birth date of 1784. Sally was born on in Douglas, Worcester, Massachusetts, died on in Deerfield, Oneida, New York, and was buried in Newport Cemetery, Newport, Herkimer, New York. In witness whereof I have hereto subscribe my name and seal this 15th day of August A. His Business Grew It was there that the work of Algernon Farr began to grow and expand.
But the wealth of the man who was once apoor farm boy amounts to over 0,000. Farr was not only a large land owner but one of the most prominentstock raisers in Sangamon County, and was a big stock holder in the Illinois National Bank at the time of his death. She was twice married; her first husband being Henry H. He had not been attended by a physician for the past three weeks and Coroner Dodd was notified, but on investigation decided that death was due to natural causes and no inquest will be held. Sophronia was born about 1824 in Herkimer County, New York.
His buildings were all commodious and comfortable and hisresidence, erected in 1878, was kept an attractive and substantialfashion. General Notes: Taken from History of Herkimer County by George A. In 1870 he purchased a farm near Newport, which he sold, then purchased the farm of eighty acres where he now resides.
Sweetheart Cherished While he made few close friends, those that he had were lasting. He also owns two hundred acres of land in the town of Schuyler.
Fenner, who changed it to a factory for the manufacture of cotton yarn, candle wicking, etc. They carried on the business a few years and sold out to Jenks Benchley and Abraham Coffin, who sold it to Seymour Bullock and Rev. Surrogates Court St Lawrence County Be it remembered that heretofor to wit on the 19th day of January A. Lawrence deceased applied to the surrogate of the County of St. Thornton, Danforth Thornton,and Anias Thornton, Maria Smithers, Charles W. Clarissa Streeter, Warren Wainwright, Spencer Wainright, of Dekalb N. Also my wooded lot in the town of Macomb containing twenty eight acres. The said Last Will and Testament and codicil thereto are hereby recorded signed and certified by me pursuant to the provisions of the revised statutes this 27th day of May A. Nancy was born on in Herkimer, Herkimer, New York and died on in Newport, Herkimer, New York. General Notes: Joseph Denny & Eliza (Cummins) ROPER of Springfield, Illinois named one of their daughters Ardelia Farr ROPER (she married William Q. The romance of the West with its glorious opportunities for advancementand for wealth has often been pictured in fiction, but no story exceedsthe self sacrifice, the heroic effort and the final fruitage thatcharacterized the life of the late Algernon Farr of Sangamon County. The proceeds of the 711-acre farm will be divided among the distant heirswho are Ottille M. Theboundless prairies that gave forth its showers of grain that were coinedrapidly into gold beckoned to him. Coffin was born on in New York and died on in Ohio, Herkimer, New York. Elizabeth Lawton, whose funeral was held from her late home last Tuesday, was one of the oldest and most favorably known residents of this section. She is survived by her husband, William Lawton; one son, Henry Coffin of North Gage; a step-son, Benton Coffin of Cold Brook; one step-daughter, Mrs. On there was a marriage between a Hopestill Bradford and Rebecca Luther, and we know that this Ann Eliza married Thomas Wait some time before 1842. Barlow Esq., Hopestill Bradford of Newport and Ann Eliza Coffin of Deerfield.
Births, Deaths, Marriages from Gouverneur, NY Herald, St. General Notes: Probate of the last will and testament codicil thereto of Edward Thornton, late of Oswegatchie deceased. Wilson executor named in the Last Will and Testament of the Edward Thornton late of Oswegatchie in the County of St. Squires Special Surrogate of said County and another supplemental citation was issued by him and afterwards to wit: on the 26th day of April A. 1892 at Ogdensburg aforesaid satisfactory evidence having been presented with said special surrogate of the service of the said citations in the mode prescribed by law on said widow and all said legatees devisees heirs at law and next of kin and said matter having been adjourned from time to time and said will contested until May 27th 1892 at Ogdensburg N. Lawrence County New York do hereby make this to be my Last Will and Testament hereby revoking all previous Wills and Testaments madeby one at any time.1st, After my just debts and funeral expenses are paid and after my decease I hereby give devise and bequeath unto Warren Thornton my nephew my home farm in the Township aforesaid and was occupied by me containing one hundred fifty two and one half acres of land more or less. It appearing from the proofs duly taken in respect to the Last Will and Testament and codicil thereto of Edward Thornton late of Oswegatchie in the County of St. That the said will and codicil were duly executed and that the said Edward Thornton at the time he executed the same was in all respects competent to devise real estate and not under restraint. The one he left was so little burned that it was discovered to be a stranger, and they were consequently enabled to pursue the incindiary, by knowing the horse upon which he had escaped. The Coffin Inn, located between Route 8 and Newport on the North Gage Road, was a stage coach stopping place. 41Lists John as a son of Edward and Sybil Coffin, and states that he kept a "Tavern" in Deerfield John married Nancy Allen, daughter of Isaac Allen and Lydia Brown. Coffin was born in Oct 1815 in Deerfield, Oneida, New York and died on in Newport, Herkimer, New York. Abigail Waterman Coffin was born on in Deerfield, Oneida, New York, died on in Castle Rock, Dakota, Minnesota, and was buried in Corinthian Cemetery, Dakota County, Minnesota. Jane Sybil Coffin was born on in Deerfield, Oneida, New York and died on in Altmar, Oswego, New York. Ardelia Brown Coffin was born about 1822 in Deerfield, Oneida, New York and died on in Sangamon County, Illinois. This was a portion of the estate ofa man who, when a boy, worked as a farm hand, who knew hardships andprivation, but whose persistency, good judgment and close application ledhim to prove the gold in the farms of Illinois. Not long ago his wife died, andno direct descendent remained to enjoy the store of riches. At night he dreamed dreams of the great west of which he had heard. Elizabeth Lawton, a Highly Esteemed Resident Cold Brook, July 20 - Mrs. She was born in Germany 78 years ago, but from childhood she had lived in the neighborhood of Cold Brook. Lawton was twice married, her first husband being the late Worden Coffin of North Gage. Lawton also leaves 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. It is likely that this is the Ann Eliza Coffin referred to. Lamont married Living Lamont next married Celestia L. Celestia Barney Waite, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs.