Family and Ancestors of Mark D. Aubrey - aqwg71

Family and Ancestors of Mark Dana Aubrey


Kenny HAMMOND.

Rhonda UMPLEBY [Parents].

They had the following children.

  F i Molly HAMMOND.

Edward CARTER.

Ellen Ann UMPLEBY [Parents].


Patrick Charles WILSON [Parents].

Vickie PITMAN.

They had the following children.

  F i Sherri WILSON.
  F ii Shanell WILSON.

Joseph WILSON [Parents].

Terry PITMAN.

They had the following children.

  F i Julia Ann WILSON.

William Howell WILSON [Parents].

Linda TRIPPETT.

They had the following children.

  F i Anglia WILSON.
  M ii Trevor WILSON.

Jerry HAPNEY.

Loretta Sue WILSON [Parents].

They had the following children.

  F i Jennifer HAPNEY.
  M ii Gerrald HAPNEY.
  M iii Eric HAPNEY.
  M iv Joshua HAPNEY.

Joseph MAJOR Jr. [Parents] was born in Mar 1884 1 in New York, United States. He died 2 on 21 Jan 1965. He was buried 2 in Lewiston, Niagara, New York, United States. Joseph married 3 Maria Delia COULOMBE on 19 Oct 1904.

Joseph worked 3 as Machinist - Iron Works. He was counted in a census in 1900 in Champlain, Clinton, New York, United States. He was counted in a census in 1910 in Champlain, Clinton, New York, United States. He was counted in a census in 1915 in Champlain, Clinton, New York, United States.

1900 US Census:
"United States Census, 1900," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MS6P-CWZ : accessed 18 April 2018), Joseph Majon in household of Joseph Majon, Champlain Township Champlain village, Clinton, New York, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) 10, sheet 8A, family 159, NARA microfilm publication T623 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1972.); FHL microfilm 1,241,018.

1910 US Census:
"United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M5QQ-5TZ : accessed 18 April 2018), Joseph Major Jr., Champlain, Clinton, New York, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) ED 9, sheet 1B, family 21, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1982), roll 932; FHL microfilm 1,374,945.

1915 New York State Census:
"New York State Census, 1915," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K9F1-25F : 8 November 2014), Joseph Major Jr, Champlain, A.D. 01, E.D. 01, Clinton, New York, United States; from "New York, State Census, 1915," database and images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : 2012); citing p. 10, line 48, state population census schedules, 1915, New York State Archives, Albany.

Maria Delia COULOMBE was born 1 in Cal 1886 in New York, United States. Maria married 1 Joseph MAJOR Jr. on 19 Oct 1904.

Maria was counted in a census in 1910 in Champlain, Clinton, New York, United States. She was counted in a census in 1915 in Champlain, Clinton, New York, United States.

1910 US Census:
"United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M5QQ-5T8 : accessed 29 May 2018), Delia Major in household of Joseph Major Jr., Champlain, Clinton, New York, United States; citing enumeration district (ED) ED 9, sheet 1B, family 21, NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1982), roll 932; FHL microfilm 1,374,945.

1915 New York State Census:
"New York State Census, 1915," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:K9F1-25N : 8 November 2014), Delia Major, Champlain, A.D. 01, E.D. 01, Clinton, New York, United States; from "New York, State Census, 1915," database and images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : 2012); citing p. 10, line 49, state population census schedules, 1915, New York State Archives, Albany.

Marriage Notes:

MARRIAGE:
Plattsburgh Sentinel and Clinton County Farmer - Friday, October 28, 1904
Joseph Major, and Miss Maria Delia Coulombe, were married Oct. 19, by Rev. Father Chagnon . . . .

They had the following children.

  M i Orval James MAJOR.

Samuel D. PHILLIPS was born in Cal 1809 in Glasgow, Scotland. He died on 4 Feb 1896 in Clinton, New York, United States. He was buried in Mooers, Clinton, New York, United States. Samuel married Emily RICHARDSON.

Samuel worked 1 as Lawyer. He was counted in a census in 1870 in Mooers, Clinton, New York, United States. He was counted in a census in 1892 in Mooers, Clinton, New York, United States. He was interred at the Mooers Riverside cemetery in Mooers, Clinton, New York, United States.

Other marriages:
HURLBUT, Lucy Catherine

1870 US Census:
"United States Census, 1870," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:M8FF-C8Y : 12 April 2016), S D Philips, New York, United States; citing p. 3, family 18, NARA microfilm publication M593 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 552,418.

1892 New York State Census
"New York State Census, 1892," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MQ9P-367 : 6 November 2014), Samuel Phillips, 1892; citing Mooers, E.D. 01, county offices, New York; FHL microfilm 863,412.

WILL:
Clinton County, New York
page 216

S. D. Phillips
Will

  In the Name of God, Amen,  I, Samuel D. Phillips of Mooers N.Y. being of sound mind and memory and considering the uncertainty of this life, do therefore make, ordain, publish and declare, this to be my last will and testament.  That is to say, First, after all my lawful debts are paid and discharged, I give and bequeath to my grand child Madge E. Hodlin the looking glass and old clock that were bought by her grand mother.  To my grand son Elevin Phillips all my law books.  To my wife the use of all my personal property during her life time (and of my real estate if she so elects).  To my children Emma J. and Pliny F. Phillips in consideration of thier taking care of their mother during her lifetime and giving her a suitable burial, I give and bequeath all my real estate and personal property of which I may ??? possessed.  It is my wish that the real estate be kept intact during my wife's lifetime.
 Likewise, I make, Constitute and appoint George E. Phillips to be Executor of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former will by me made.
 In witness thereof, I have hereunto inscribed my name, and affixed my seal the twenty???? day of April in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety four

Samuel D. Phillips
X his mark

Witnesses
W. ?. Taylor
Laura L. Lavalley

page 217
 The above instrument, consisting of one sheet was at the date thereof subs???ed by Samuel D. Phillips the testator named in the foregoing will, in the pressence of us and each of us, and at the time of making such su??iption the above instrument was declaired by the said Testator to be his last Will and testament and each of us, at the request of said testator and in our pressence, and in the pressence of each other sign - name as witness hereto at the end of the will.
W. Y. Taylor residing at Mooers, N.Y.
Laura L. Lavalley residing at Mooers, N.Y.

For proof of will see book S of proof page 154

renunciation of of Executor
Surrogate's Cour, Clinton County

In the matter of the probate of the last will and testament of S. D. Phillips, deceased.

  I, George E. Phillips of Ansonia, Conn, Executor named and appointed in and by the last will and testament of S. D. Phillips, late of Mooers, Clinton County, New York deceased, do hereby renounce the said appointment and all right and claim to letters testam????y in the last will and testament, or to act as executor thereof.
 Dated  Ansonia Conn, June 30, 1896
 George E. Phillips

State of Connecticut
County of New Haven

On This 30 of June, 1896 before me the subscriber, personally

page 218
appeared George E. Phillips, to me proven, and known to me to be the person named in and who executed the foregoing instrument, and he acknowledged that he executed the same
Vermice Munger
Justice of the Peace

State of Connecticut
County of New Haven
County Clerk's Office

  I, Edward A. Auketell, Clerk of the Superior court and Ex-officio of the County Court, the same being court of record and authorized by law to certify the records of said county court, whithin and for New Haven County, and keeper of the seal thereof, and of the Commission of Justices of the Peace and of the Comminssioner's of the Superior Court for said county and of Noraries Public, hereby certify IThat Verrence Minger Esquire, was on the 30th day of June 1896, ever since has been and now is a Justice of the Peace within and for and residing in said county, duly appointed, commissioned and sworn, having full powers and authority, by the Laws of this Sate, to take the acknowlegemnt of deed and other instruments and to certify the smae; als, to administer oaths, to take affidavits and depositions out of court, and to give certicates thereof; that full faith and credit may and aught to be given to this offical acts and attestations that the signature to the instrument

page 219
hereto annexed, purporting to be his, I believe to he his genuine official signature that I am well acquainted with his handwriting and that said instrument is executed, acknowleged and duly authenticated according to the laws of this State.
 In testimony thereof, I hereunto set my hand, and affix the seal of said Court at New Haven, in said County and State, on this 1st day of July A.D. 1896.

Edward A. Auketell clerk

John H. Booth
Surrogate

OBITUARY: An obituary of Samuel D. Phillips

'THE PLATTSBURGH SENTINEL', Feb. __, 1896

Samuel D. Phillips
 Samuel D. Phillips was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1809, and died at his home in Mooers, N.Y., Tuesday, February 4th, 1896.
 When a mere boy his parents removed from Glasgow to Kilmarnock, some twenty miles distant, his father, mother, and sister going by stage.  George, an elder brother, drove the team with the household goods, while Samuel, William and James traveled the distance on foot, carrying a basket containing the pet cat and kittens.
 At an early age he was apprenticed to learn the shoemaker's trade at Kilmarnock.  At the age of nineteen he became enthused with the military, and enlisted in the British Army, serving 15 years and 5 months, in the Queen's service.  In 1844, he was stationed at Laprarie, P.Q., from there he deserted the army and came to the United States by way of Champlain, N.Y., and from there he went to Isle La Motte, Vt.
 June 10th, 1847, he was married by the Rev. Townsend, to Miss Lucy Hulbert and removed to Westport, N.Y., and a little later removed to Plattsburgh, N.Y., and in 1849, came to Mooers.  His wife died in 1850.   By the marriage there were two children, James and Susannah Katherine.  Susannah K. married S.D. Hodlin and died Feb 15th, 1895, aged 40 years.  In 1851 he married Miss Emily Richardson, who survives him.  By this marriage there was seven children, George E, William, Lucy Parmella, Deane E., Emma J., Samuel D., and Pliny A., all of whom survive him, except Lucy Parmella who died July 11th, '62 aged 8 years and 8 months.
 For a short time he worked at his trade of shoemaking, at Mooers, after which he served 13 years and 5 months as a trusted keeper at Dannemora state prison.  Returning to Mooers he was elected overseer of the poor, holding that position for several years, and afterward was elected and re-elected to the office of justice of the peace, in each of these places of trust proving a faithful official.
 In politics he was a staunch believer in the principles of the Republican party.
 August 1st, 1887, he received pardon, through the clemency of the Queen, for desertion from the British Army.
 By his genial, kind and sympathetic disposition, he won the admiration of all with whom he came in contact.  In sickness he was an excellent nurse, in trouble of whatever nature, he was always ready to respond and render assistance.
 He was frank and ingenuous in his opinions, full of enthusiasm in any undertaking.  He always wore a smile, and his genial Scotch nature served him many a good turn.
 For fifty years he was a faithful servant of God, a strong believer in the principles of right and truth.  He was a devoted member of the Methodist Episcopal church, bearing the burdens in the interest of the Master and the church of his choice, holding the office of steward and trustee.
 After a long and useful career his strength and nature yielded to infirmities and for several years his illness was severe and tedious to bear.  His last testimony for the Master was rich and full of love.
 The funeral was held from the M.E. church, Friday afternoon, Feb 7th, the pastor, Rev. J. G. Gooding, officiating, preaching from the text Psalm 23:4.  A very large number of friends gathered to pay this last tribute of respect.

------------------------------------------------------------------

An obituary of Samuel D. Phillips

copy located in the Chazy (Clinton Co., New York) Town Historian's office.

"Notes Taken From Old Newspapers In The Possession of Mrs. Boire, Moores, NY."

Page 2

Samuel D. Phillips 1 1/2 miles east of Moores Village age 87.  Mr. Phillips came over the "picket line" about 50 years ago as a deserter from  the British Army.  Spent a short time in Vermont, was keeper in Dannemora prison a few years, then settled in Moores.   Justice of the Peace and Overseer of the Poor.  He, himself, came from Glasgow, Scotland to America and only a few years before he died he had been able to find trace of his relatives.

BURIAL:
Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 10 April 2018), memorial page for Samuel D Phillips (1809–1896), Find A Grave Memorial no. 121469570, citing Mooers Riverside Cemetery, Mooers, Clinton County, New York, USA ; Maintained by Don (contributor 46972513) .

Emily RICHARDSON was born 1 in Cal 1825 in New York, United States. She died in 1898. She was buried in Mooers, Clinton, New York, United States. Emily married Samuel D. PHILLIPS.

Emily was counted in a census in 1892 in Mooers, Clinton, New York, United States. She was interred at the Mooers Riverside cemetery in Mooers, Clinton, New York, United States.

1892 New York State Census:
"New York State Census, 1892," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MQ9P-3Q6 : 11 March 2018), Emily Phillips, 1892; citing Mooers, E.D. 01, county offices, New York; FHL microfilm 863,412.

BURIAL:
Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 10 April 2018), memorial page for Emily R Phillips (1825–1898), Find A Grave Memorial no. 121469610, citing Mooers Riverside Cemetery, Mooers, Clinton County, New York, USA ; Maintained by Don (contributor 46972513) .

They had the following children.

  M i
George H. PHILLIPS was born 1 in Cal 1856 in New York, United States.
  M ii Dean PHILLIPS was born in Cal 1859.
  F iii Emma J. PHILLIPS was born in Cal 1861. She died on 27 Aug 1956.
  M iv
Samuel D. PHILLIPS was born 1 in Cal 1863 in New York, United States.
  M v
Pliny A. PHILLIPS was born on 12 Feb 1864 2 in Mooers, Clinton, New York, United States 1, 2. He died 3 on 9 Aug 1915 in Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States. He was buried 3 on 13 Aug 1915 in Dalton, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, United States.

Pliny was counted in a census in 1892 in Mooers, Clinton, New York, United States. He was interred at the Main Street cemetery in Dalton, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, United States.

1892 New York State Census:
"New York State Census, 1892," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MQ9P-36W : 11 March 2018), Phiny Phillips, 1892; citing Mooers, E.D. 01, county offices, New York; FHL microfilm 863,412.

OBITUARY:
Berkshire Evening Eagle
Monday, 09 August 1915

Dalton Man Dies Suddenly At G.E. Plant

Pliny A. Phillips Had Been Sufferer from Heart Trouble for Some Time

  Pliny A. Phillips, aged 52, of Dalton, died suddently at the General Electric plant this morning about 9 o'clock, death being due to heart trouble with which he had suffered for some time, althou this morning he appeared to feel in unusually good health until stricken.
 He was taken ill about 8:30 and was removed to the emergency room of the plant where he was attended by D.r R. A. Woodruff, who had been treating him for the malady off and on for some time and Dr. C.H. Richardson of Hillcrest Hospital.  They could do nothing for him, however.  The medical examiner was not called, as owing to the fact that Mr. Phillips had been suffering from heart trouble and was attended by a physician when he died, that official's services were not needed.  The body was removed to W. N. Jones' undertaking rooms to be prepared for burial.
 Mr. Phillips was born in Moore's N.Y, and had live in Dalton for about a year and a half, boarding with his niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ringie.  Previously for a time he had boarded in this city.  He was employed as a shear cutter in the puch press department at the General Electric plant.  he was a member of the Dalton Methodist church.  He came to this city from Middletown, Conn., where he was a foreman in an industrial school.
 Mr. Phillips has two brothers and a sister, all of who are now in Denver, Col., on a visit.  They are George of Ansonia, Conn., William of Denver, Col.,  and Miss Emma Phillips of Middletown, Conn.  They have been notified and the funeral arrangements will not be made until word has been heard from them.

-----

Berkshire Evening Eagle
Tuesday, 10 August 1915

Pliny A. Phillips

  The arrangements for the funeral of Pliny A. Phillips of Dalton, who died suddenly at the local branch of the General Electric company yesterday morning of heart trouble, have not yet been completed but it will probably be held on Thursday afternoon.

-----

Berkshire Evening Eagle
Thursday, 12 August 1915

Pliny A. Phillips

  The body of Pliny A. Phillips, who died suddenly at the local branch of the General Electric plant on Monday, was removed to his home in Dalton yesterday afternoon.  The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Methodist church in Dalton.  Rev. Leigh Diefendorf will officiate.  Burial will be in the Main street cemetery in Dalton.

BURIAL:
Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 20 April 2018), memorial page for Pliny A Phillips (1864–1915), Find A Grave Memorial no. 170852781, citing Main Street Cemetery, Dalton, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA ; Maintained by William Herrick (contributor 47354460) .

James D. PHILLIPS [Parents] was born 1 in Cal 1848 in New York, United States. James married Phoebe J. _____.

James worked 2 as Factory worker.

Phoebe J. _____ was born 1 in Cal 1851 in Vermont, United States. Phoebe married James D. PHILLIPS.

They had the following children.

  M i
Russell PHILLIPS was born 1 in Cal 1872 in New York, United States.
  M ii
Junius R. PHILLIPS was born 1 in Cal 1874.
  M iii
Emmett PHILLIPS was born 1 in Cal 1879 in New York, United States.

Samuel WILLIAMS was born 1 on 12 Sep 1875 in Ohio. Samuel married Sofronia LITTLETON.

Sofronia LITTLETON [Parents] was born 1 on 1 Oct 1879 in West Virginia, United States. Sofronia married Samuel WILLIAMS.

They had the following children.

  M i
Arthie WILLIAMS was born 1 on 15 Jun 1897.
  F ii
Annie WILLIAMS was born 1 on 15 Jun 1899 in Ohio.

Home First Previous Next Last

Surname List | Name Index