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WELLS, PATTERSON

Posted: 23 Jan 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Jun 2001 4:36PM GMT
Surnames: WLLLS, PATTERSON, COUNTRYMAN, REID
Seeking information on Henry SMITH WELLS, b. 1789/1790 in VT or CT, m. Nancy PATTERSON c. 1810, settled on LaRue Island and had a large family; they also had a house in Front of Escott. Children: Emeline, b. 1817, m. Thomas TRICKEY; Amaziah, b. 1820, m. Lucy PRESTON; Henry Smith, Jr., b. 1821 m. Jane FRALICK; Mary Jane, b. c. 1825, m. Johan A. CASSELMAN; Clarissa M., b. 1828, m. Harvey MOSHER; William Patterson, b. 22 Jun 1831 m. Mary Ann MONROE; Eliza Jane, b. 30 Mar 1836 [my gg grandmother] m. Jacob COUNTRYMAN; Richard Henry, b. 1841, m. Jane COMSTOCK. Somehow there is an Aunt living with the Trickeys in Rockport named Elizabeth STEARNS, b. 1797 in the US, but it is not clear whether she was a maternal or paternal Aunt. Any information appreciated.

Re: WELLS, PATTERSON

Posted: 21 Feb 2005 10:42PM GMT
Classification: Query
emaline Wells married Thomas Tickey b 1813 in Mallorytown to Peter P Trickey and Mercy Mallory. The Patterson's were close relatives with two daughters of Daniel Patterson marrying Mallory brother.

Emaline and Thomas Trickey removed to Jefferson co Ny...Wells Island and had five sons and six daughters.

(7) Henry Trickey
(7) nancy Trickey
(7) Lucinda Trickey
(7) Miller Trickey
(7) Wilson Trickey 1845 = Alzina 1853 (1881 census Escott Front Leeds ON)
(8) flora Trickey 1873
(8) Norman Trickey 24 Mar 1876
(8) charles Edward Tickey 18 Sep 1878
(8) William Wilson Trickey 5 May 1881 Rockport ON
(7) Amelia Trickey 1842 living Bellingham WA 1910 = John Henry Bauter b 1841 Orleans Jefferson Co NY ( Henry Bauter c 1815 =Mary Dillenback) (Frederick Bauter 1789 Montgomery co NY d 2 May 1863 = Mary 26 Dec 1785)
(8) Mary Emeline Bauter 1867 = 17 Jul 1886 Manistee MI John Lewis Packett 1862 (Pocquette)
Packett, John Lewis Packett (Canada)24, Mary Emaline Banter 19,Manistee,,17 Jul 1886,,
(9) Six Children
Note: John Pocquette was born to Louis and Mary 30 Aug 1887 Manistee MI
(8) Dora Bauter 1869/70
(8) Rosette Bauter 1879/80 = Adloph close 1877 (Adloph J Close d 1994) (Louis Close 1831 BEL = Rosalie N 1842 BEL)
(7) Lewis Thadius Trickey
NOTE: Lewis T Trickey 1846 Ny enlisted 16 Feb 1864 Civil War Watertown Jefferson co NY 10th NY HA d 1930
NOTE: a Lewis Trickey married 1880 in Lanark ON Dariah Belle Massey 1 Dec 1862 d 18 Feb 1957 Rockford IL (William Massey = Catherine Brown) NOTE: Dariah married again by 1890 so Lewis may have died, she married three more times.
NOTE: Lewis Trickey 23 Mar 1850 = Alice 27 Jun 1870 (living next to Wilson Mallory 27 dec 1858)
Howard Trickey 6 Jul 1894
George Trusdell 25 Mar 1885 living with them
(7) Sheldon Y Trickey 10 Jul 1850 d 1923 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson Co NY = Elizabeth Landon 1853 Wells Island Jefferson NY d 1925 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY (Augustus Landon 10 feb 1833 d 10 Oct 1909 = Harriet Ducolon 1 Jul 1836 d 16 May 1929 ) TRICKEY, SHELDON, (Alexandria Bay) laborer, h and lot off Walton. NOTE: Sheldern Trickey 1845 CAN = Christin 1855 CAN (1880 census Alexandria Jefferson NY)
# 1 enumerated 23 ? August 1860. Alexandria, Jefferson County NY. Augustus Landon age 27 b CAN farmer and Harriett 26 b NY with Thomas 5, Christine 3, James 1 and Eliza Ducolon, 19, born NY, servant. Right after them is Hiram Ducolon, 54, born CAN, farm laborer, and Palma? 48 born NY and Cornelia? (F), 8, born NY.
#2 enumerated 2 October 1860, Orleans, Jefferson Cty NY,
Augustus (24, b CAN) and Harriett (24,B NY) Landon, along with Thomas 8, Christine 6, Mary Jane 4 and James 1, are enumerated next to Hiram (50, B NY) and Sarah ( 50,B NY) Dukland, with Stephen 22, Eliza 20, Sarah 13, Cornelia 10, all born NY--suggesting that Hiram and Sarah/Palma are Harriett's parents. Guess both families must have moved between August and October and were enumerated twice. Its an interesting example though of the errors on census records--note the changes in names, ages, and place of birth between the 2 records
Rose M Trickey 1874 CAN
Charles Trickey 1876 CAN
Bertie E Trickey 1879 CAN
(8) Rose Trickey 1874 CAN
(8) Berton Eugene Trickey 6 Nov 1876 d 15 Jun 1969 bur church St Cem Alexandria NY = Lovilla A Dobbins 11 apr 1888 d 25 Jan 1946 bur church St Cem Alexandria NY
(9) Mercedes E Trickie 21 May 1907 d 29 Mar 1982 bur Church St Cem Alexandria
(8) charles Trickey 1876 d 1955 Highland cem Alexandria Jefferson Co NY = Jennie Hill 1882 d 1961 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY
(9) Charles T Trickey 1940 d 1961 bur St Xavier Cem Jefferson Co NY = clara W b 1941 no death date on stone at St Xavier Jefferson co NY (wife of Charles T)
(8) John R Trickey 1878 d 1936 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY = Blanche L 1888 d 1964 bur Highland Cem

(9) Jack A Trickey 1918 d 1992 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY (son of Jack A & Blanche)
(8) W Ralph Trickey 1876 d 1971 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY = 31 Dec 1940 Goldie E Trickey 19 Jan 1893 d Jul 1973 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Bay Jefferson co NY
(7) Mary Trickey

Re: WELLS, PATTERSON, TRICKEY

Paul A. Russell (View posts)
Posted: 21 Feb 2005 11:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks so much for the information; I have some for you as well, e.g. Sheldon Trickey's obituary: "Sheldon Trickey, died at the home of his son, Berton E. Trickey on Church St., Thursday afternoon, April 12 at 1:05 aged 77 years, 9 months and 2 days. Mr Trickey was born at Escott, Ont., the son of Thomas and Emeline Wells Trickey. His early life was mostly spent at Flint, Mich. In 1872, he married Christine E. Landon, daughter of Augustus and Harriet Duclon Landon. Moving to Alexandria Bay in 1876, he entered the employ of Delos Davis and was later with Charles Walton making daily trips to the Springer sawmill. He also for a number of years furnished coal for the "Island Wanderer" and the "New Island Wanderer." He was for years night watchman and lamplighter of the old village street lights and for some time sexton of the cemeteries in this vicinity. Surviving are his widow, a daughter Mrs. George Ormsby and two sons, Berton E. and Charles Trickey of Alexandria Bay and two sisters, Mrs. Alzina White of Rockport, Ont. and Mrs. George Drake of Alexandria Bay and a brother, Lewis Trickey of Malorytown, Ont. Funeral services were held at the home of his son, Berton E. Trickey and 2 PM on Sunday, Rev. Paul Malefyt officiating, Interment was made in Highland Park Cemetery." and Berton's obituary: " Berton Eugene Trickey, 92, of 121 Church St., retired carpenter and landscape gardener, died Sunday noon in Edward John Noble hospital, where he had been a patient one day following a long illness. Surving are a daughter, Mercedes E. Trickey, and nieces and nephews. Born Nov. 6, 1878 on Wellesley Iland, a son of Sheldon and Christine Landon Trickey, he attended Local schools. On Aug. 25, 1905, he married Lovilla Ann Dobbins in the Reformed Church of the Thousand Island with the late Rev. C.F. Benjamin officiating. She died Jan 25, 1946. He was in the boat bulding business with George Rogers. During World War II, he was employed by Hutchinson Boat Works. For 13 years he worked at the boat livery of Capt. C.S. Thompson. He was employed as a janitor for 19 years at Alexandria Bay Central School and as caretaker at Highland Park Cemetery. He was also employed by Ina Haas. He was a member of Alexandria Bay Masonic Lodge and Modern Woodmen of America. The funeral was Wednesday afternoon at Giltz funeral Home, Alexandria Bay, with Rev Adele Spencer, pastor of the Theresa Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial was in Church St. Cemetery." and Daniel Wesley Quinn's obituary: " Daniel Wesley Quinn, 78, of 820 Leon Ave. retired St. Lawrence River boat captain, died at the Mercy hospital at 8:40 this morning after an illness of three days. Death was due to a heart condition. Mr. Quinn suffered a heart attack last Sunday morning when he was taken to Mercy hospital in a critical condition. Funeral services will be held at the Giltz funeral home, Alexandria Bay at 9, Sat. morning. Burial will be in the Palmyra cemetery. Surviving are a son by a first marriage, Leland Quinn, whereabouts unknown; a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Sweet, Alexandria Bay; a brother William J. Quinn, Alexandria Bay; and a stepdaughter, Mrs. Lawrence (Veda) Christie, 820 Leon Ave. with whom he resided. Born in Alexandria Bay, Feb 16, 1874, the son of William Quinn and Sophronia Trickey Quinn, Daniel Quinn was educated in Alexandria Bay schools. He married the former Lillian Shannon, of Redwood, in 1893. The marrige ended in divorce. In 1914, he married the former Nellie Holmes of Palmyra. She died 25 Dec 1932. On June 5 1935, Mr. Quinn married Setha Belcher, daughter of Eldridge and Ida Robbins of Watertown. She died Mar 2, 1947. Mr. Quinn worked as a river boat guide and captain until his retirement five years ago. He was employed for the most part by owners of large pleasure vessels and once served as caretaker of the Schooner Island property for the late E.H. Morris. He was also captain of the large yacht operated by the late Mrs. Emma Flower Taylor."

Re: WELLS, PATTERSON, TRICKEY

Posted: 22 Feb 2005 2:09AM GMT
Classification: Query
thanks so much. Alzina White a tough one..I can find the name of her husband. She had a daughter Minnie 9 Jun 1885 who married William George Telford Mallory.

I thought her name must have been Christine Elizabeth....she is listed as Christine on one census and Elizabeth on another.

I am trying to prove Lyida Trickey who married James Miller was Thomas Trickey's sister... they lived on Wells Island (Wellesley Island)


Here's Sheldon's brother Peter:

(7) Peter A Trickey 1862 d 1913 bur Walton Street Cem Alexandria Jefferson Co NY son of Thomas and Emeline = Eliza Jones 1860 d 1934 bur Walton Street Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY (wife of Peter A)
Trickey, Peter A., (Alexandria Bay) captain and pilot, James cor. Church.

(8) Clarence Trickey 1885 d 1888 bur Walton Cem Jefferson co NY son of PA Tickey and Eliza
(8) Dora Trickey 1885 d 1888 bur Walton St Cem Jefferson co Ny dau of PA and Eliza
(8) Florence Trickey 1887 d 1888 bur Walton St Cem Jefferson co NY dau of PA and Eliza
(8) Trickey = Thomas Porter
(8) Grace Trickey 1890 d 1942 bur Highland Cem = Duncan Rae 1881 d 1957

(8) Mabel L Trickey 1888 d 1971 = Ralph Flynn (Flinn per cem records) 1880 d 1958 bur Highland Cem
(9) Kenneth R Flynn 1909 d 1911 bur Highland Cem
(9) Howard Flynn 1912 d 1986 = 18 Jul 1943 ruth E Ford 1916 d 1975 bur Highland Cem
(8) Roswell Peter Trickey 9 Jan 1892 Alexandria Jefferson Co NY d 11 Nov 1935 bur Walton St Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY = Louise Patterson
Obituary:
R.P Trickey, 43, Veteran, Expires. Dies in Rochester From Tuberculosis Alexandria Bay Resident Veteran of World War was gassed during the Battle of the Argonne Military Rites at Alexandria Bay Wednesday Alexandria Bay, November 12-Roswell P. Trickey, 43, veteran of the World War and life long resident of the Village, died in Rochester Sunday after a long illness with Tuberculosis. Mr. Trickey was born in the Village of Alexandria Bay on January 19, 1892, a son of Peter and Eliza Jones Trickey. He lived in the village continously until the entry of the United States in the World War when he enlisted in the Army as a volunteer, being a member of one of the first regiments sent to France. Mr. Trickey say service in the Meuse-Argonne campaign and was gassed during the Battle of the Argonne. After his return from the World War Mr. Trickey worked for C.S. Thompson as a ticket seller. Always active in legion affairs, Mr. Trickey was a
promoter of a number of benifit shows for the local legion post.
Surviving Mr. Trickey are his wife, Louise Trickey, his son Peter
Trickey and three sisters, Mrs. Thomas Porter, Mrs. Duncan Rae and Mrs. Ralph Flynn. All of Alexandria Bay. A Militay funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 for Mr. Trickey. The local legion will be represented by their full membership and will provide a military escort as well as a firing squad. Funeral services will be held from the Glitz undertaking home, this village, with the Reverand William Aubry, pastor of the local Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial will be made in the Walton Street
cemetery. Note: This was found in my Grandmothers papers.
Gloria.
Roswell Peter Trickey 11 mar 1925 d 5 Dec 1992 bur St Cyrils Alexandria Jefferson Co NY WWII Vet = 11 Sep 1840 Helen Escridge d 1968
Roswell P Trickey Jr
Malone Trickey (dau)
Mary Lou Trickey = charles Jones

ROSWELL “PETE” TRICKEY (date penned in: December 5, 1992) Alexandria Bay -- Roswell P. Trickey, 67, of 150 Clinton Street, Watertown, formerly of Alexandria Bay, died Dec. 5 at his home. The funeral was scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Cyril’s Church, Alexandria Bay, with the Rev. Thomas Driscoll, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in St. Cyril’s Cemetery. Survivors include a son, Roswell P. Trickey Jr., Malone; a daughter, Mrs. Charles (Mary Lou) Jones, Auburn, and three grandchildren. Born in Alexandria Bay on March 11, 1925, a son of Ross and Louise Patterson Trickey, he was a graduate of Alexandria Bay High School and Paul Smith’s College and attended Syracuse University. He married Helen Escridge on Sept. 18, 1948. She died in 1968. Mr. Trickey served with the Marine Corps from FEb. 26, 1944, to June 28, 1945, in Guam from July 21, 1944, to Aug. 15, 1944, and in Okinawa from Apr. 1, 1945, to June 8, 1945. He was employed with General Electric Corp., Syracuse, as a technical writer in Germany and Turkey.
He was a member of American Legion Colon-Couch Post 821, Clayton, and the Disabled Veterans. He served as a volunteer at Mercy Hospital and Veterans Administration Hospital, Syracuse.

Trying to figure if Harriet ducolon was the daughter of Stephen Ducolon and Salachy Mallory. After Stephen died, Salachy married James Weir and they moved to Michigan.

Re: WELLS, PATTERSON, TRICKEY

Posted: 22 Feb 2005 2:13AM GMT
Classification: Query
PS: Shirley Hackett did a little research and believe Miller Trickey was really "Millie" or Amelia.

Re: WELLS, PATTERSON, TRICKEY

Posted: 22 Feb 2005 2:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 8 May 2005 2:30AM GMT
# 1 enumerated 23 ? August 1860. Alexandria, Jefferson County NY. Augustus Landon age 27 b CAN farmer and Harriett 26 b NY with Thomas 5, Christine 3, James 1 and Eliza Ducolon, 19, born NY, servant. Right after them is Hiram Ducolon, 54, born CAN, farm laborer, and Palma? 48 born NY and Cornelia? (F), 8, born NY.
#2 enumerated 2 October 1860, Orleans, Jefferson Cty NY,
Augustus (24, b CAN) and Harriett (24,B NY) Landon, along with Thomas 8, Christine 6, Mary Jane 4 and James 1, are enumerated next to Hiram (50, B NY) and Sarah ( 50,B NY) Dukland, with Stephen 22, Eliza 20, Sarah 13, Cornelia 10, all born NY--suggesting that Hiram and Sarah/Palma are Harriett's parents. Guess both families must have moved between August and October and were enumerated twice. Its an interesting example though of the errors on census records--note the changes in names, ages, and place of birth between the 2 records

Re: WELLS, PATTERSON, TRICKEY

Posted: 6 Apr 2006 3:54AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: miller, Boyer, Hewitt, Tom, Fuller, O'Leary, Stillwell, Nichols and Perry
James Miller my gr gr grandfather born in Canada West about 1806, married Lydia . (she was related to the Mallory's and Trickey's). Their first four children Sarah Ann born abt 1831 Eliza born; 13 Dec 1833, Charity born: 9 May 1835, Margaret born abt. 1837, Mary born abt 1839, all born at Mallorytown. They then moved to Town of Orleans, Jefferson Co., N.Y. Listed in the 1840 census where the rest of their family was born. Henry Holden born;16 July 1841, Marion born abt 1843, Sheldon Young born; 7 April 1845, Eldridge born abt 1848, Adelbert my gr grandfather was born; 23 June 1853. Their last child Lydia M. was born; 24 May 1854 and that was when the mother Lydia died.
I have the obit for Eliza Miller Hewitt. Lydia M. Miller Perry's death record states that her mothers name was Lydia Trickey. Could Lydia be the sister to Thomas Trickey????

Re: WELLS, PATTERSON, TRICKEY

Mallory Smith (View posts)
Posted: 6 Apr 2006 8:27PM GMT
Classification: Query
Lydia is called Lucinda on the marriage records...marrying James Miller in 1830.

Would love a copy of the obit. One of your cousins contacted me and though Lydia might be Lydia Mallory....it took a little convincing before she also concluded it was Lydia Trickey, daughter of Mercy Mallory.


Brother james Mallory Trickey's marriage to Permila Hoogaboom was witnessed by James Miller. and Jacob Hogaboom. Jacob Hogaboom married Lydia sister Amelia "Milly" Trickey. Sister Nancy Trickey married 4 times:
(6) Nancy Trickey = (1) Thomas Phillip Kenyon (2) 30 Dec 1830 Mallorytown Charles Bugbee c 1809 d 8 aug 1879 (3) c 1880 David Hutchinson (4) 7 Feb 1889 Joseph Barnes Mallory


Yes, Thomas (married Emeline Wells) is one of her brothers. also, Sylvester W Trickey

Parents of Lydia:

(5) Mercy Mallory (Masse) 21 May 1787 Vt = 21 May 1801 Yonge Leeds ON Peter Trickey c 1783 Vt (Christopher Trickey 1750 ) (Note: Thomas Mallory 1846 d 1920 = Sophia M Trickey 1852-1917, Sophia was daugher of James Mallory Tickey) (Catherine Mallory 1829 d 1901 = _____Trickey, tombstone erected by brothers Amasa Whitney Mallory jr and Egbert I Mallory, sons of Amasa Whitney Mallory and Charity Lee)
NOTE: Mercy Trickey ae 84 b US seamstress living in Escott Leeds South with diff surname family 1871 census
"Whereas Peter Trickey and Mercy Mallory both of Yonge and in the County of Leeds were desirous of intermarrying with each other and there being no Parson or Minister of the Church of England living within eighteen miles of them or either of them they have applied to me for that purpose. Now these are to certify that that in pursuance of the powers granted by an act of the legislature of this Province passed in the thirty-third year of His Majesty's reign, I Samuel Wright one of His Majesty's Justicesof the Peace having caused the previous Notice of the Statute required to be given, have this twenty-first day of May 1801 married the said Peter Trickey and Mercy Mallory together aand they are become legally contracted in Marriage. (Signed) Henry Trickey (Signed) Samuel Wright, J.P. (Signed) Daniel Mallory (Signed) Peter Trickey her (Signed) Mercy x Mallory mark Recorded on the 25th day of July 1805 Hamilton Walker Clk of the Peace." Henry Trickey was Peter's father and Nathaniel Mallory was Mercy's father. Trickey's Mills on the site of the village of Waterton was a grist mill established by Henry Trickey who came to the township some time before 1800.


(5) Mercy Mallory (Masse) 21 May 1787 Vt = 21 May 1801 Yonge Leeds ON Peter Trickey c 1783 Vt (Christopher Trickey 1750 ) (Note: Thomas Mallory 1846 d 1920 = Sophia M Trickey 1852-1917, Sophia was daugher of James Mallory Tickey) (Catherine Mallory 1829 d 1901 = _____Trickey, tombstone erected by brothers Amasa Whitney Mallory jr and Egbert I Mallory, sons of Amasa Whitney Mallory and Charity Lee)
NOTE: Mercy Trickey ae 84 b US seamstress living in Escott Leeds South with diff surname family 1871 census
"Whereas Peter Trickey and Mercy Mallory both of Yonge and in the County of Leeds were desirous of intermarrying with each other and there being no Parson or Minister of the Church of England living within eighteen miles of them or either of them they have applied to me for that purpose. Now these are to certify that that in pursuance of the powers granted by an act of the legislature of this Province passed in the thirty-third year of His Majesty's reign, I Samuel Wright one of His Majesty's Justicesof the Peace having caused the previous Notice of the Statute required to be given, have this twenty-first day of May 1801 married the said Peter Trickey and Mercy Mallory together aand they are become legally contracted in Marriage. (Signed) Henry Trickey (Signed) Samuel Wright, J.P. (Signed) Daniel Mallory (Signed) Peter Trickey her (Signed) Mercy x Mallory mark Recorded on the 25th day of July 1805 Hamilton Walker Clk of the Peace." Henry Trickey was Peter's father and Nathaniel Mallory was Mercy's father. Trickey's Mills on the site of the village of Waterton was a grist mill established by Henry Trickey who came to the township some time before 1800. Good Hunting, Lorne
(6) Lydia Trickey (May have married James Miller)
NOTE: Lucinda Trickey married James Miller in 1830.
NOTE: Lydia Trickey or Mallory c 1816 Mallorytown ON d 24 May 1854 Wellesley Island (originally Wells Island) Orleans Jefferson co NY in childbirth with Lydia = c 1832 Leeds ON James Miller c 1806 CAN a james Miller drafted out Theresa Jefferson co NY along with Clinton Van Tassell and Glen Hunter)
(7) Sarah Ann Miller 1832 Mallorytown d Fulton NY = 9 Dec 1871 Brockville ON Francis Boyer
(7) Eliza Miller 13 Dec 1833 Mallorytown d 28 Dec 1916/17 Glen Park Jefferson Co NY bur Hewitt family plot point peninsula Cem = Anson Hewitt Aug 1823 columbia Co NY d 1888 Point Peninsula Jeffersonco NY (Lebbeus Hewitt 30 Dec 1799 Rensselaer Ny d 8 Mar 1867 Point Peninsula Jefferson Co Ny = Charlotte Sanford 13 May 1799 Vt d 28 Aug 1868 Point Peninsula ) (Potter Hewitt)

James Miller my gr gr grandfather born in Canada West about 1806, married Lydia . (she was related to the Mallory's and Trickey's). Their first four children Sarah Ann born abt 1831 Eliza born; 13 Dec 1833, Charity born: 9 May 1835, Margaret born abt. 1837, Mary born abt 1839, all born at Mallorytown. They then moved to Town of Orleans, Jefferson Co., N.Y. Listed in the 1840 census where the rest of their family was born. Henry Holden born;16 July 1841, Marion born abt 1843, Sheldon Young born; 7 April 1845, Eldridge born abt 1848, Adelbert my gr grandfather was born; 23 June 1853. Their last child Lydia M. was born; 24 May 1854 and that was when the mother Lydia died.
I have the obit for Eliza Miller Hewitt. Lydia M. Miller Perry's death record states that her mothers name was Lydia Trickey. Could Lydia be the sister to Thomas Trickey????
(8) William C Hewitt 1855 d 1875 Jefferson Co NY bur Peninsula Pt Cem
NOTE Malinda Fox 9 Apr 1942 d 1904 wife of WH Hewitt bur Peninsula Pt Cem
(8) Frank Edward Hewitt 16 Nov 1860 d 17 Jan 1931 Jefferson Co NY bur Three Mile Bay = Cora Esther Fox 28 Mar 1862 Point Peninsula Jefferson Co Ny d 8 Mar 1953 Jefferson Co Ny bur Three Mile Bay Cem
(9) John christopher Hewitt 7 Jan 1902 Three Mile Bay Jefferson co Ny = 16 Sep 1925 Pleasant Valley Cape Vincent Louise Mary merchant 26 Mar 1899 Cape Vincent d 4 May 1992
(9) Beulah fox Hewitt 22 Mar 1887 Three Mile Bay Jefferson Co NY d 5 May 964 Watertown Jefferson Co NY
(9) Herbert Spencer Hewitt 12 Dec 1889 Three Mile Bay d 3 Jun 1951 Fair Haven St Clair co MI bur New Baltimore Cem Macomb co MI = Lillian Elizaveth Alexander 7 Feb 1896 Onaway Presque Isle d 25 Oct 1989 Mt Clemens Macomb Co MI bur New Baltimore Cem

(8) Minnie Bell Hewitt 1869
(7) Charity Miller 9 May 1835 Mallorytown d 26 Sep 1898 Omar Orleans Twp Jefferson Co NY bur Omar Cem = Robert tom 18 Jun 1827 ENG
(8) Celia Tom 1855
(8) Anna Victoria Tom 3 Nov 1856 Omar NY
(8) Marian A Tom 1854
(8) Mary Tom 1852
(8) Lillie Tom 1850
(7) Margaret Miller 1837 Mallorytown d Fulton NY bur Mount Adna Cem Fulton NY = Newton Fuller
(7) Mary Miller 1839 Mallorytown
(7) Henry Holden Miller Jul 1841 Wellesly Island Orleans Jefferson Co NY = Esther M Avery 1853
(8) Joseph Miller 1871
(7) Marion Miller 1843 Wellesley Island Orleans Jefferson co NY
(7) Sheldon Young Miller 1849 Wellesley Island Orleans Jefferson co NY d 18 Aug 1930 Bellingham WA bur Bayview Cem Bellingham = 12 Nov 1867 Isabella co MI Ann Perkins Stillwell 19 Nov 1852 Midland Midland Co MI
Detroit Public Library: Marriage records of Isabella Co. MI
MILLER, Sheldon T.,21, Union tp.,b. Jefferson Co.,NY, Anie Stilwell, 16, same, b. Midland, MI, m. 12 NOV 1867 in Isabella Co., by Rev. R.P. Sheldon. Wts. J.C. Davis, Ellen Davis, both of Isabella Co. Record 2:01
1880 CENSUS Isabella Co., MI, Union Twp, page 556-A
Page# 556-A
2081 MILLER, Sheldon W M 34 M Laborer NY unk unk
2082 MILLER, Anna W F 27 wife M Keeping House MI NY NY
2083 MILLER, Ida W F 11 dau S At home MI NY MI
2084 MILLER, Leonard W M 8 son S At home MI NY MI
2085 MILLER, Lydda W F 6 dau S MI NY MI
2086 MILLER, Oscar W M 3 son S MI NY MI
2087 MILLER, Willie W M 2mos son S
(8) Ida W Miller 1869
(8) Leonard Miller 1872
(8) Lydia May Miller 10 Feb 1874 Mt Pleasant Isabella Co MI d 7 Oct 1931 Bellingham WA = 20 feb 1890 Middle Branch MI James Arthur Olmstead 10 Jun 1868 OH
(9) Ina Mae Olmstead 19 Jan 1892 Jennings MI d 15 Aug 1969 Whatcom Co WA = George Russell Noice 12 Oct 1888 Listowel ON CAN
(10) Gordon Noice of Seattle
(10) Erma Noice = Pierson of Bellingham
(10) Eileen Noice = Hendricks of Bellingham
(10) Mary Noice = Hinds of Anacortes
(10) Vera Noice = Rothenbuler of Acme WA
(10) Gertrude Noice = Rothenbuhler
(10) Alice Noice = Sessions
(10) George Orville “Rover” Noice 20 Nov 1912 Bellingham WA d 11 Nov 1979 Eugene OR = Elma Clair Van Etten
(10) Linda Marie Noice 9 Jul 1940 WA d 15 Aug 1986 Clovis Curry Co NM bur Oak Hill Cem Eugene Lane co OR = (1) Adrian (2) Ward Stephenson
Steve Stephenson, Springfield, Ore., Gene Stephenson, Clovis; three daughters, Cindy Culp, Fairbanks, Alaska, Andrea Healy, Portland, Ore., and Tina Stephenson, Clovis
(11) Andrea Adrian = Healy of Portland
(11) Steven Stephenson of Sprinfield
(11) Gene Stephenson of Clovis
(11) Tina Stephenson of Clovis
(11) Cindy Stephenson = Culp
(10) Judy Noice = Pratt
Amy Pratt
Kelly Pratt
Teddy Pratt
(10) Phyllis Noice = Dr Thomas Waugh

Obituary:
Noice-G. Orville"Rover"Noice of 2295 Riverview St., Eugene, passed away November 11,1979, at the age of 66, He was born November 20,1912 in Bellingham, Washington and was married June 10, 1938 (incorrect, ARH), in Bellingham, Washington to Elma Clair Van Etten. He had lived in Eugene since 1952 . He was plant manager 27 years for the Callison, Inc. and retired 5 years ago. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Eugene #275 for 27 years and had dual membership with the Mckenzie lodge for 5 years. He was also a member of the Elks #2145 of Springfield. He is survived by his wife, Elma of Eugene; 3 daughters and 2 sons-in-law: Linda and Ward Stephenson of Eugene, Judy Pratt of Eugene, Phyllis and Dr. Thomas Waugh, D.D.S.,of Portland; 1 brother, Gordon Noice of Seattle, 5 sisters: Erma Pierson of Bellingham, Eileen Hendricks of Bellingham, Mary Hinds of Anecortes, Washington, Vera Rothenbuler of Acme, Washington and Alice Sessions of Ashland.; 8 grandchildren: Andrea Adrian, Steven, Gene, Tina and Cindy Stephenson, Amy, Kelly, and Teddy Pratt. He was preceded in death by 1 sister, Gertrude Rothenbuhler. Funeral services will be Wednesday, November 14, 1979, at 1:30 pm in Chapel of Memories Funeral Home, 3745 West 11th ave., Eugene, with Pastor Larry Dittenberner and George Davenport officiating. Interment in Oak Hill Cemetery, 88558 Oak Hill Cemetery Hill Road. Visitation tonight until 8 pm, and Wednesday, 8 am to 12 noon.

Oak Hill
Oak Hill Cemetery Road off Royal Avenue, Eugene
Memorial services for Linda Marie Stephenson will be Wednesday at 7pm at Muffley Funeral Home.
Ken White Jr. will officiate. Muffley Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.
Mars. Stephenson died Friday, August 15,1986, at Clovis High Plains Hospital. She was born Bellingham, Wash,. July 9, 1940.
She moved to Clovis four years ago and was a housewife.
Survivors include two sons, Steve Stephenson, Springfield, Ore., Gene Stephenson, Clovis; three daughters, Cindy Culp, Fairbanks, Alaska, Andrea Healy, Portland, Ore., and Tina Stephenson, Clovis; her mother, Elma Van Etten, Eugene, Ore.; and three grandchildren.

Eugene Register Guard:
STEPHENSON- Linda Marie Stephenson, 46, of Clovis, NM formerly of Eugene, died Aug. 14. Chapel of Memories Funeral Home, Eugene, in charge of arrangements.

STEPHENSON- Linda Marie Stephenson of Clovis New Mexico and formerly Eugene passed away in Clovis, New Mexico August 14, 1986 at the age of 46.
Funeral arrangements entrusted to Chapel of Memories, 3745 West 11th Avenue, Eugene.

Oak Hill
Oak Hill Cemetery Road off Royal Avenue, Eugene
(8) Oscar Miller 1873
(8) Willie Miller ae 2 months 1880 census
(7) James Eldridge Miller 1849 Wellesley Island Jefferson Co NY
(7) Adelbert Miller 23 Jun 1853 Wellesley Island Jefferson co NY d 1 May 1929 Wilberforce ON CAN = 18 Feb 1874 Warrington Simcoe Co ON Mary Ann Nichols 4 Mar 1859
(8) George Sylvester Miller 12 Jun 1875 Bolsover Victoria Co ON d 28 Jun 1956 Wilberforce ON = 25 Dec 1901 Monmouth Haliburton Co ON Margaret dunsford 22 Jul 1877 Peterborough co ON
(9) Mary Edna Miller
(9) Adelbert Miller 10 Jul 1904
(9) Melville R Miller
(9) Mary Ora Miller 22 May 1908
(9) Living Miller
(9) Stanley George Miller 20 May 1916
(9) Living Miller
(8) James Adelbert Miller 28 Apr 1877 Lindsey Victoria Co ON d 7 Sep 1960 Abbotsford BC bur Chilliwack BC bur IOOF cem = 21 Dec 1899 Mission BC Evaline Rose clugsten 14 Mar 1875 Colville Valley WA
(9) Frank Miller (Wetmore) 8 Jan 1894 (Frank Wetmore = Evaline Rose clugsten)
(9) George Clyde (Wetmore) Miller 23 Feb 1896 Seattle WA
(9) James Adelbert Miller 16 Feb 1901 Abbotsford BC
(9) Edward Alpheus Miller 16 May 1903 Vancouver BC
(9) Lila Rose Miller 19 Sep 1905 Vancouver BC
(9) William Henry Miller 31 Aug 1906 Moodyville BC
(9) Violet Isabell Miller 31 Mar 1908 Moodyville BC
(9) Living Miller
(7) Lydia M Miller 24 May 1854 Wellesley Island Jefferson co NY d 22 Dec 1930 Cadillac MI = fulton Oswego co NY David S Perry Sep 1853 NY

By the way I have corresponded further with Sheron Keeley and we are finding some clues that her ancestor James Miller may be related to my ancestor Samuel Miller after all.---if they are related they would probably be brothers. In 1871 there was a Lydia Miller living with my ancestor Samuel & family in Yonge Leeds--I always wondered who she was as I knew she was not a daughter. Turns out Sheron had never been able to find James & Lydia's daughter Lydia in any 1870 US census--the age is right, and Lydia's older sister Sarah [who later married Francis Bowyer] Miller seems also to have been living with [other] Mallorytown relatives in 1871. I found Lydia (Miller) Perry and her daughter Addie in a later US census and they identify as being of German (Canada) backgound, just like my Millers. Sheron has sent me a picture whch belonged to Lydia (Miller) Perry of an unknown relative from "Mallorytown Canada" who I think mught be my grandmother's Great Aunt Sarah Miller, who was also living with Samuel in 1871, and I'm trying to confirm with other couisns. James Miller's eldest daughter was Sarah, his eldest son was Henry. My Samuel's parents were named Henry and Sally (Sarah). So will let you know---if it turns out they are related then Sheron will have finally found her Miller ancestry, thanks to you as you made the connection to my Millers. Shirley
(8) Addie M Perry 18 May 1879 = Robert Bailey
(9) Ward Bailey 5 Aug 1913 d 23 Jun 1986 Cadillac Wexford co MI = Corrine 17 Jul 1917 d 21 Apr 1997 Cadillac Wexford Co MI
(8) Ulysses S Perry Mar 1882 d 1902
(8) Cody W Perry 24 Dec 1889 d 1940 = Mary

3. Peter P. Trickey, born: 1775 in New Jersey/New York, married Mercy Mallory on 21 May 1801 in Yonge Twp., Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada. Mercy was born 21 May 1787 in Dorset, Vermont. Peter was listed in the 1800, 1802, 1804, 1805, 1808, 1810, 1811, 1819, and 1820 Yonge Twp., Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada Census records.. Mercy died on 30 Aug 1876 in Front of Escott Twp., Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada. Their children were:


f. Lydia Trickey, born: ca 1828, Ontario, Canada.
(6) Nancy Trickey = (1) Thomas Phillip Kenyon (2) 30 Dec 1830 Mallorytown Charles Bugbee c 1809 d 8 aug 1879 (3) c 1880 David Hutchinson (4) 7 Feb 1889 Joseph Barnes Mallory
(7) John S Kenyon 1832 d 1855 Mallorytown
b. Nancy Trickey, born: unknown. She married twice. She married first to T. Phillips Kenyon. Children: John Kenyon. Nancy married second to Charles Bugbee on 30 Dec 1830 in Elizabethtown, Ontario, Canada. Charles was born ca 1809. He died 08 Aug 1879, and is buried in the Mallorytown Cemetery, Mallorytown, Ontario Canada.

Dec. 30th.-Charles Bugbee, of Larsdowne, and Nancy Trickey, of Yonge, banns, witnesses Nathaniel R. Mallory, James M. Trickey.
Mallory, Joseph Barnes, 62 res Mallorytown, born Leeds county, tinsmith, son of Joseph Mallory and Mary Patterson,
Spouse: Hutchinson, Nancy 82, res and born Leeds County, daughter of Peter Trickey and Mercy Mallory,
wit. Newton Avery of Leeds Cty and Edward Scott of Mallorytown
Date of Marriage: Feb 7, 1889
Marriage Place: Junetown Leeds
Source Code: 006856
Microfilm Reel Number: 64 (LDS)

JosephBarnes remarried Sept 5 1892, so Nancy must have died by then.
(6) Amelia “Milly” Trickey = 31 Dec 1833 Yonge Leeds Jacob Hogaboom 1805 (John I Hogaboom bp 12 Feb 1769 Claverick Reformed church = 3 May 1789Claverick Reformed Church Columbia Co NY Mary Cain)
Dec. 31st.-Jacob Hogerboon and Milly Trickey, both of Yonge,
banns, witnesses Peter Trickey, William Smart, jr.(William Smart married Sarah Mallory, the daughter of the notorious Canadian traitor Major Benajah Mallory. Sarah had been married twice before and Rev Smart was 73 when they married.)

(7) Mercy Hogaboom 1836 d 4 Apr 1896 = 14 Jan 1865 Lynn ON John L Ferguson 1840 d 16 May 1916 bur Mallorytown Cem
Note: William Ferguson 1 Feb 1820 = mary 11 Aug 1826 (living three houses from Alfred Trickey in 1901
John Ferguson 14 May 1864 = Belle 21 Feb 1871
Robert Ferguson 22 May 1870 widowed
Bertha Ferguson 23 May 1896
Clarence Ferguson 22 Apr 1893
Hogaboom, Mary Residence: Escott Township Spouse: Ferguson, John
Birth Place: Ontario
Residence: Yonge Township

Marriage Date: 1/14/1865
Marriage Place: Lyn
County: Leeds and Grenville
Microfilm Roll: 1030059
(7) Peter Hogaboom c 1838
(7) Alfred A Hogaboom 15 Aug 1842 d 23 Apr 1903 (63 yrs. 6 mos.) bur Mallorytown Cem = (1) 10 Oct 1868 Bockville Eliza F Foley c 1847 d 3 May 1879 (32 yrs. 11 mos. 12 dys.) bur Mallorytown Cem (2) Lorna
Living immediately next door to Sally Mallory 10 Jul 1840 widow and daughter Ette Mallory 2 Sep 1880 1901 census Yonge and Escott ON
Hogaboon, Alfred
Age: 28
Birth Place: Escott Township
Residence: Escott Township
Father: Mr. Hogaboon
Mother: Mrs. Hogaboon

Spouse: Foley, Eliza
Age: 21
Birth Place: Escott Township
Residence: Escott Township
Father: Mr. Foley
Mother: Mrs. Foley

Marriage Date: 10/30/1868
Marriage Place: Brockville
County: Leeds and Grenville
Microfilm Roll: 1030059
(8) Alberta Hogaboom
(8) Jason Hogaboom
(8) Herman Hogaboom 1871 d 1910
(8) Edmund Hogaboom 15 Dec 1872 Rockfied ON d 1905 = 6 Sep 1899 Mallorytown ON = Henrietta “Nettie” M Kelly 8 Aug 1871 Mallorytown ON d 1957 (William Kelly c 1828 NY = Hannah Crump c 1831 CAN) (shedrick Crump and Nellie Swarts) (Shubal Kelly = Lavinia Mallory)
(9) Frank Hogaboom c 1891
(9) Eldridge Kelly Hogaboom 4 May 1901 Yonge twp
(8) Lillie Ann Hogaboom 1878 d 24 Feb 1879
With Lorna:
(8) Annie elva 1904 d 1935
(8) Phyllis Hogaboom
(7) Emily Hogaboom c 1846 = 30 Oct 1868 Brockville John Herbison 25 Aug 1837 (John Herbison = Ann Warren)
John Herbison 44 = Mary 30
George herbison 1870
Irena Herbison 1871
Egbert 1873
Ernal 1878
NOTE: John Herbison wife is listed as Mary b 7 Aug 1849 1901 census Yonge and Escott with son Arnel 3 Aug 1878, Annie May 15 Aug __
Hogaboom, Emily
Age: 28
Birth Place: Escott Township
Residence: Escott Township
Father: Mr. Hogaboom
Mother: Mrs. Hogaboom

Spouse: Herbison, John
Age: 30
Birth Place: Yonge
Residence: Escott Township
Father: J. Herbison
Mother: Mrs. Herbison

Marriage Date: 10/30/1868
Marriage Place: Brockville
County: Leeds and Grenville
Microfilm Roll: 1030059
(7) Mary Hogaboom c 1849 unmarried living with mother Mercy and brother Alfred in 1871.
headstone at Mallorytown Cemetery also shows her as Foley (Alfred’s wife). In the 1871 census the widow Mercy Trickey and widow Amelia Hogaboom are living with Alfred and Eliza and babies Alberta and Jason, along with Amelia's daughter Mary]
(7) alimira Hogaboom c 1851 working as servant for David D Tennant 24 Sep 1824 and wife Mary Simmons 1838, living next to Joseph Mallory and Phebe Cain 1881 census
Betsy Ann Hogeboon died April 13, 1854 aged 29 years, her husband David D Tennant died-----. Yonge Mills Cemetery, Yonge Twp. Their stone is next to that of the "other" Jacob Hogeboom [the one who is about the same age as Peter Trickey and Mercy Mallory's son in law Jacob, but isn't]. The "other" Jacob's wife is Eliza Percival.
d. Amelia "Millie" Trickey, born: unknown. She married Jacob Hogaboom on 31 Dec 1833 in Elizabethtown, Ontario, Canada. Children: Mercy, Peter, Alfred, Emily, Mary, and Almira Hogaboom.

(6) James Mallory Trickey c 1804 d 25 Feb 1878 ae 73 bur Mallorytown Cem = 16 Apr 1833 Yonge Leeds by Rev smart Permelia Hogaboom 1817 d 12 Mar 1895 bur Mallorytown Cem (witness to marriage: Jacob Hogaboom and James Miller
a. James Mallory Trickey, born: ca 1804 in Ontario, Canada. He married Permelia Hogaboom on 16 Apr 1833 in Ontario, Canada. James died on 15 Feb 1878, and Permelia died on 12 Mar 1895. They both are buried in the Mallorytown Cemetery, Mallorytown, Ontario, Canada. Children: Alvin Tuttle, Luke, Julia, Charles Bugbee, Philander Smith, Alanora, and Malcolm Trickey.
(7) Alvin Tuttle Trickey c 1833
NOTE: Alvin C Trickey Druggist 1835 Elizabethtown Brockville =
Alvin Trickey 1835 druggist = Jessie 1844 (1881 census Yonge Front Leeds South ON)
Nelson Trickey 17
Lottie Trickey 15
Jennie Trickey 12
Frank Trickey 10
Leslie Trickey 8 (m)
Lindsey Trickey 6
Clinton Trickey 4
Stuart Trickey 1
NOTE: Alvin D Trickey 1835/36 CAN druggist living in household of Edmund Hall Watertown Jefferson NY 1880
NOTE: Alvin Trickey 11 Aug 1877 living in household of Nathan Kelly 29 May 1859 Yonge & Escott and next to Laura Guilds 5 May 1838 widow and family.
(7) Charles Bugbee Trickey 1841 = 1 Jan 1865 Lafargeville Amelia Hunter 1844 Jefferson Co NY (James Hunter = Sally House) (1880 census Springfield Charles Trickey 39 CAN, Amelia 34 NY, Alice 14 CAN, Florence 1868 WI, Morris 1869 WI ) (actually Norris J who married Jennie Trickey)
Note: Herbert Hunter had a daughter Louisa about the same time as James and Sally Hunter. Dr David Hunter d 6 Dec 1851 ae 37 appears to be related. Poss married Harriet Brewster
This birth recorded same place as Amelia Hunter’s siblings.
House, John D. Isaac, Mary July 23 1848

1850 census-Theresa, Jefferson county, New York
Hunter, James, 36, M, Millwright, VT
Hunter, Sally, 27, F, NY
Hunter, Charles, 7, M, NY
Hunter, Amelia, 4, F, NY
Hunter, Ira, 3, M, NY
Hunter, Christine, 1, F, NY

1860 census-Theresa, Jefferson county, New York
Hunter, Sally, F, Widowed
Hunter, Charles, M, 17
Hunter, Amelia, F, 14
Hunter, Celestine, F, 11
Hunter, Harrison, M, 8

1870 census-Warren, St. Croix county, Wisconsin
pg. 142

Ayers, Charles, 24, M, W, farmer, Canada
Celestine, 21, F, W, keeping house, New York
Frank, 9/12, M, W, Wisconsin
Hunter, Sally, 40, F, W, at home, New York

1870 census-Warren, St. Croix county, Wisconsin
pg. 142
Trickey, Charles, 29, M, W, farmer, Canada
Amelia, 25, F, W, keeping house, New York
Alice, 4, F, W, Wisconsin
Florence, 3, F, W, Wisconsin
Norris, 1, M, W, Wisconsin

1880 census-Springfield, St. Croix county, Wisconsin

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Charles TRICKEY Self M Male W 39 CAN Farmer CAN CAN
Amelia TRICKEY Wife M Female W 34 NY Keeping House CAN NY
Allice TRICKEY Dau S Female W 14 CAN CAN NY
Florrence TRICKEY Dau S Female W 12 WI CAN NY
Morris TRICKEY Son S Male W 11 WI CAN NY
Daniel PHILLIPS Other S Male W 30 NY Clearing Land NY NY
Jones HAGERMAN Other S Male W 22 CAN Doing Farm Work CAN CAN

1880 census-Springfield, St. Croix, Wisconsin
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Eri HUNTER Self M Male W 32 NY Farming NY NY
Polly HUNTER Wife M Female W 28 CAN Keeping House CAN CANADA
Erdine HUNTER Dau S Female W 10 WI NY CANADA
Fred HUNTER Son S Male W 8 WI NY CANADA
Eva HUNTER Dau S Female W 5 WI NY CANADA
Lula HUNTER Dau S Female W 3 WI NY CANADA
Minnie B. HUNTER Dau S Female W 11M WI NY CANADA
John ANDERSON Other S Male W 23 SWEDEN Doing Farm Work SWEDEN SWEDEN
Amos AYERS Other S Male W 27 CAN Driving Team CAN CAN

1910 Spring Valley, Pierce county, Wisconsin census
Hunter, E. H., head, M, W, 63, M, 41yrs, born NY, father born Can., mother born NY, Saloon keeper
Hunter, Mary, wife, F, W, 58, M, 41yrs, born Can, father born Can., mother born NY
Hunter, Reese, son, M, W, 15, S, born Wis., father born NY, mother born Can.

Enlisted in the Civil War Sept. 11, 1862 at Sacketts Harbor, Jefferson county, New York. Mustered out June 23, 1865. Served in 10th NY Heavy Art. Co. F

1900 Federal Census-Springfield, St. Croix county, Wisconsin-Charles Hunter, boarder, born September 1842, age 57, born in New York, mother & father both born in New York, occupation-bartender, unemployed for 2 months, can read, write and speak english.

Death cert. for Charles Hunter Barron CO WI Vol 1 Pg 153
Charles born unkown date 1842; died 24 march 1908 at 11:30 pm at Almena Twp. Barron CO WI; male; white; 66; widowed;
born N.Y.; well driller; parents ______ Hunter (b-UNK) and ___________ Moore (b-UNK); informant was Ezra West of Turtle Lake; cause of death was paralysis second stroke - 3 days, heart disease; buried Hersey WI 27 March 1908 by Mr. Ward of Turtle lake.

Spring Valley Sun
Hersey, Wisconsin
March 26, 1908

Chas. Hunter, a brother of Eri Hunter of this village, died at Turtle Lake last Tuesday; the funeral occurs at Wilson today (Thursday.)

1920 census St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota

Reese Hunter is listed as head of household, single, born in Wisconsin, occupation is baggage man. He is living with his mother Mary Hunter, age 67, born in Canada. (mary Ayers)
I am wondering if any of my Hunters are connected to Huntingdon?
Charles E. Hunter, born in 1842 in New York, was the son of James/Harrison Hunter and Sally House, also born in New York according to census info from Charles. I am wondering if any of my Hunters are connected to Huntingdon?
Charles E. Hunter, born in 1842 in New York, was the son of Harrison (James) Hunter and Sally House, also born in New York according to census info from Charles.
1900 Federal Census
Charles Hunter was listed as a boarder born Sept. 1842, 57 years old, born in New York, mother, father born in New York, occupation bartender, unemployed 2 mo., can read, write and speak English. Can't tell if it denotes not married or divorced. Usually it says single but this enumerator used another symbol I can't read. It is not S or M. Hope this is your guy, there were several listed in WI but this is the only one in St. Croix, Wisconsin.
Sallie
He has been quite elusive for me to track. He and his wife Winnie (Moon) Hunter are listed on the 1880 census for Springfield, St. Croix, WI. He had a son Guy and a daughter Gracie. I know Guy ran away from home when he was about 12 and never had anything to do with the family again. I have always thought Winnie must have died young but I can't find any record of that either. I am not sure what happened to Charles after 1900. If you can shed any extra light on this, I would be very grateful.
Guy Hunter was my g-grandfather.
The Hunter side of the family is sketchy at best. My grandfather, on my mothers side, is Robert D. Hunter. He was born Sept. 2, 1914 in Turtle Lake, WI. He passed away July 29, 2000 in Ontario, Oregon. He is buried next to his wife, Barbara, in Rosedale Cemetery in Payette, Idaho. His father was Guy V. Hunter-born Aug. 9, 1877 in Hershey, WI., died April 1, 1966. Guy married his second wife, Clara Leila Seely, July 17, 1911 in Prentice, WI. Clara was born Aug. 16, 1893 in Iola, WI., the daughter of Willis A. Seely and Tryphena Inis Carter.
Searching back past Guy Hunter is where it goes flat. My grandfather tells me that Guy ran away from home at a young age, and never spoke of his family much, other than a sister, Grace. Other than names, I have no information. Guys parents were Charles E. Hunter and Winifred Moon. Charles was the son of Harrison Hunter and Sally House, and Winifred was the daughter of Lymon Moon and Mahalla Clark, who were both born in Chautauqua county, New York. I have very few dates or places to go with
Clara Leila Seely was the second wife of Guy V. Hunter. His first wife was Clara's sister, Stella Seely. Stella and Guy had 2 children. Charles W. Hunter, born March 12, 1907, died Jan. 20, 1958. The second child was a baby girl that died shortly after birth, on May 2, 1910. A few days later, Stella died on May 5, 1910. Stella and the baby are both buried in the town of True, Wisconsin.
Clara and Stella were the children of Willis Alonzo Seely and Tryphena Inis Carter. They were married Aug. 3, 1878. Willis died Dec. 13, 1908. Willis was the son of Daniel Seely and Mary Oleva Blaisdell McCorrison
Clara Leila Seely was the second wife of Guy V. Hunter. His first wife was Clara's sister, Stella Seely. Stella and Guy had 2 children. Charles W. Hunter, born March 12, 1907, died Jan. 20, 1958. The second child was a baby girl that died shortly after birth, on May 2, 1910. A few days later, Stella died on May 5, 1910. Stella and the baby are both buried in the town of True, Wisconsin.
Clara and Stella were the children of Willis Alonzo Seely and Tryphena Inis Carter. They were married Aug. 3, 1878. Willis died Dec. 13, 1908. Willis was the son of Daniel Seely and Mary Oleva Blaisdell McCorrison. CLICK HERE FOR NEW INFORMATION!!!
Tryphena's parents were Nelson Bracket Carter, born March 26, 1826 in Maine, and Serena Brown, born Jan. 29, 1829 in New Hampshire. They were married Jan. 18, 1852 in Benton, New Hampshire. Nelson died July 21, 1896 in Clintonville, WI. Tryphena died April 3, 1910 in Clintonville, WI.
Nelson Bracket Carter was the son of Steven W. Carter, born Dec. 1, 1794, and Azuba Willoughby. There is considerable information on the Willoughbys in the Ancestral Files of the LDS Family History Center. If you follow the pedigree charts, you can trace some of the lines back to about 60 A.D. According to the listings, the line is full of Royalty. :) It's fun to check out, but I don't think I will be verifying it for myself anytime soon.
The parents of Serena Brown are Richard Brown, born Dec. 18, 1789, and Sarah Kimball, born Sept
Charles E Hunter c 1843
Charles Hunter 38 NY keeps Saloon = Winnie Moon 23 NY (living six houses from Eri and Amelia) (Lyman Moon = Mahala Clark) Lyman may have married Sarah House Hunter, widow of James, second.
Eri married Polly (Mary) Ayers in 1869 in Wisconsin. After Eri was killed by accidental gunshot, Polly moved to Minnesota with her youngest son Reece, but I can't trace them after that. Their son Fred Zeno Hunter was quite well known in Pierce county and married Nefa Isabel Mumford. I show 5 children for them, one of which was killed during WW1.


Gracie M Hunter 1873 WI = Ezra West
Edward P West
Erdine West
Lloyd West
21 i. Edward Percy4 West, born October 29, 1892 in Wisconsin; died January 25, 1971 in Barron, Barron county, Wisconsin. He married Jennie.

Notes for Edward Percy West:
Edward P. West death cert. Barron CO WI Vol 40 Pg 96
Edward died 25 Jan. 1971 at 9:47 am at Barron Memorial Hospital; male; white; 78; born WI; divorced; Salesman/ Drug Supplies; resided Turtle lake; parents unk; informant was the Hospital records at Barron Memorial Hospital; cause of death was pulmonary embolus - 1 hr, pulmonary disease; buried Lake View Cemetery Rice Lake 29 jan 1971 by Cotone Funeral Home of Cumberland.

More About Edward Percy West:
Burial: Lakeview cemetery-Barron county, Wisconsin

+ 22 ii. Katherine Erdine West, born August 17, 1894 in Turtle Lake, Barron county, Wisconsin; died August 06, 1970 in Tacoma, Pierce county, Washington.
+ 23 iii. Lloyd Amos West, born November 08, 1898 in Turtle Lake, Barron county, Wisconsin; died August 07, 1974 in Tacoma, Pierce county, Washington.


Guy Vernon Hunter 8 aug 1877 Hersey St Croix WI d 1 Apr 1966 Coquille OR = (1) 5 Jan 1905 WI Stella Serena Seeley 7 Sep 1882 WI (2) 17 Jul 1911 clara Leila Seeley Prentice Price Co WI 16 Aug 1893 Iola Waupaca WI
Charles W Hunter 12 mar 1907 Glen Flora d 20 Jan 1958 Pt Angeles WA= Viola Zickler
Donna Lee Hunter
Michael Hunter
CHARLES W. HUNTER
Charles W. Hunter, 51, of 1117 E. 5th St., died Monday after a short illness. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 3 p.m. at the Harper Funeral Home with the Rev. Sam McGill officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Angeles Cemetery. Mr. Hunter was born in Glen Flora, Wiscn., March 12, 1906. He came here from Bremerton 11 years ago and followed the house painting trade. He was a member of the Port Angeles local of the Painters Union.
Surviving relatives include his wife, Viola Hunter, daughter Donna Lee Hunter and son, Michael Hunter, all of Port Angeles; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hunter, Bend, Ore.; three brothers, John and Paul Hunter, both of Eugene, Ore. and Robert Hunter of Coquille, Ore. and a sister, Mrs. Erwin Brunner, Coquille, Ore
Baby Girl Hunter 2 may 1910 glen Flora WI
With (2):
Robert Daniel Hunter 2 Sep 1914 Turtle Lake WI d 29 Jul 2000 Ontario OR = 1 Jul 1939 Weiser ID Barbara Belle Clark 31 Jul 1920 Salem marion co OR
Terrence Daniel Hunter 7 Jan 1951 Bend OR d 10 Jan 1951 bur Pilot Butte Cem Bend OR
Livng Hunter (f) = (1) Gagley (2) Davis (3) Guilford
Living Hunter (f) = (1) Rawlins (2) Rothleutner

Lucy W Hunter 28 Aug 1917 Turtle Lake
John E Hunter 21 Nov 1928 Winchester ID
Livng Hunter =Erwin Brunner
Three Brunners’
Paul Hunter = Living Key
Three Hunters

Julia Bailey 1860 Canada doing housework
Hunter, Louisa (Christine) James , Sally June 15 1849 (Sally 1820 on 1860 census)
NOTE: Sally House Hunter may have married second Lyman Moon, widower, and father of Winnifred Moon who married Charles E Hunter.
Hunter, Eri James James, Sally Feb 10 1847
Celestine Hunter 1849 d < 1880 Springfield WI = Charles Ayers 1846 carpenter (Zenos Ayers)
Christine (Celestine) Hunter, daughter to James and Sally, married Charles Ayers, son of Zenis Ayers. They must have died young, because after the birth of their son, I can't locate them again and the son is living with the grandfather, Zenis.
Frank Ayers 1870 Wisconsin living with Grandfather Zenis in 1880
Jane Ayers (divorced) 1823 CAN living with Charles (widowed in 1880)
Sarah Ayers 1857 CAN
Emma Ayers 1859 CAN
FW Ayers 1844 Can Keeping meat market = Viola 1852 PA
Morton Ayers 1875 WI
Floyd Ayers 1878 WI
Harrison Hunter 1852
Eri Hunter ae 14 1860 census Jefferson NY
Amelia Hunter ae 14 Jefferson Co NY
Eri James Hunter 10 Feb 1847 Jefferson Co NY 32 NY = 1869 Mary Polly” Ayers 1852 CAN daughter of Zeno Ayers and Jane Eastman)
Erdine Hunter 1870 WI
Fred Zeno Hunter 1872 WI = Nefa Isabel Mumford
Five Children
35 i. Lawrence L.4 Hunter, born January 30, 1896 in Wisconsin; died May 1973 in La Crosse county, Wisconsin.

Notes for Lawrence L. Hunter:
PIERCE COUNTY IN THE WORLD WAR
Pierce County, Wisconsin
Published September 1919 by the Red Wing Printing Company
Red Wing, Minnesota

HUNTER, Lawrence (picture 17)
Enlisted at Camp Douglas, Wis., May 23, 1917, in Co. C, 3rd Wis. Nat. Guard.
Trained there and at Waco, Texas. Overseas in Feb., 1918, with Supply Co., 128th
Inf., 32nd Div. In action at Alsace, Ainse-Marne, Oise-Aisne, and Meuse-Argonne.
Promoted to corporal.


36 ii. Wellman R. Hunter, born 1898 in Wisconsin; died July 22, 1918 in France.

Notes for Wellman R. Hunter:
Private MS 16th Inf. Co I
Killed in action.

More About Wellman R. Hunter:
Burial: Brookville cemetery-Eau Galle Township, St. Croix county, Wisconsin

+ 37 iii. Harold M. Hunter, born 1900 in Wisconsin; died October 21, 1947 in Wisconsin.
38 iv. Clyde Fredrick Hunter, born September 20, 1904 in Spring Valley, Pierce county, Wisconsin; died May 1972 in Peirce county, Wisconsin. He married Margaret M. Unknown; born 1910.

More About Clyde Fredrick Hunter:
Burial: Oakwood cemetery-Hersey, St. Croix county, Wisconsin

More About Margaret M. Unknown:
Burial: Oakwood cemetery-Hersey, St. Croix county, Wisconsin

+ 39 v. Karl Eri Hunter, born July 16, 1906 in Spring Valley, Pierce county, Wisconsin.


Elva Hunter 1875 WI
Lulu Hunter 1977 WI
Minnie B Hunter ae 11 months 1880 census Springfield St Croix WI
12 i. Erdine3 Hunter, born Abt. 1870 in Wisconsin.
+ 13 ii. Fred Zeno Hunter, born 1872 in Wisconsin; died 1937 in St. Croix county, Wisconsin.
14 iii. Eva Hunter, born Abt. 1875 in Wisconsin.
15 iv. Lula Hunter, born Abt. 1877 in Wisconsin.
16 v. Minnie B. Hunter, born Abt. 1879 in Wisconsin.
17 vi. Flora J. Hunter, born in Wisconsin.
18 vii. Reese Hunter, born Abt. 1895 in Wisconsin.

Notes for Reese Hunter:
1920 census St. Paul, Ramsey county, Minnesota

Reese Hunter is listed as head of household, single, born in Wisconsin, occupation is baggage man. He is living with his mother Mary Hunter, age 67, born in Canada.

19 viii. Ralph Hunter, born June 25, 1889 in Wisconsin; died August 30, 1889 in Wisconsin.

More About Ralph Hunter:
Burial: Oakwood cemetery-Hersey, St. Croix county, Wisconsin

Eri married Polly (Mary) Ayers in 1869 in Wisconsin. After Eri was killed by accidental gunshot, Polly moved to Minnesota with her youngest son Reece, but I can't trace them after that. Their son Fred Zeno Hunter was quite well known in Pierce county and married Nefa Isabel Mumford. I show 5 children for them, one of which was killed during WW1.
SUDDEN DEATH
Eri Hunter is Killed by Accidental Discharge of Gun
NO ONE SAW ACCIDENT
Bullet Penetrated His Brain, Causing Insensibility, and Death Soon Ensued

Eri Hunter died Tuesday forenoon from the effects of an accidental gunshot wound. The accident occurred about half past seven o'clock, in the back room of the meat market. Mr. Hunter expected to go to the slaughter house that morning to kill a hog; he had the gun (a 22 calibre rifle) hanging on the wall, loaded. Just before the accident he was on the street talking with friends, and arranging for a team to go out with; and when he went into the shop he must have tried to take the gun down, when in some way it was discharged, the bullet entering his brain just back of the forehead.
No one heard the discharge. E. C. Wingen went into the shop in a few moments after, and found him lying on the floor in a pool of blood, with the gun, the stock broken by the fall, near him. Although help was called at once, he was beyong aid, and died at half past ten.
Mr. Hunter was one of the first to locate in Spring Valley, over twenty years ago, and has been in business here ever since, mostly in the meat market business. He had a wide acquainsance in this section. He was at the time of his death a member of the board of trustees of the village, a position which he has held several years.
The funeral will be held today at Hersey, where Mr. Hunter's father, mother, sister, son and other relatives are buried. The Masons have charge of the services.

More About Eri James Hunter:
Burial: April 17, 1913, Oakwood cemetery-Hersey, St. Croix county, Wisconsin

Mary Hunter of New Richmond died on July 27, 2001.
She was preceded in death by her husband Harold, parents, and brother Jack.
She is survived by sons Mark (Susan) Hunter of New Richmond, Tim (Debra) Hunter of Baltimore, Md.; grandchildren LaNita, Joshua, and Skye; and nephew Tim Williams of Niagara Falls, N.Y. A memorial service will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 2, 2001 at Bethany Lutheran Church, Star Prairie. remation Society of MN is in charge of arrangements.
From the Genealogical Journal of Jeff. Co. , NY; Family Tree
Publications, Pat James, Editor, 1999 Annual Edition, pg. 83, Vital
Statistics: Marriages Amelia Hunter, age 19, married Charles Trickey, age 23, 1 January 1865,
Lafargeville
NOTE: Norris Trickey 13 apr 1920 d Mar 1971 MN
(8) Alice Trickey 1866
(8) Florence Trickey 1868
(8) Norris J Trickey 1869 = 5 Jun 1885 St Croix co WI Jane “Jennie” Eliza Trickey 1866 d 21 Sep 1920 Springfield St Croix (William silas Trickey 1830 d 28 Nov 1899 Hersey WI bur Oak Wood Cem Hersey WI = Roxanna McDonald Mar 1832 ON) (Isaac Trickey c 1791 = Laura Hunter) (William Trickey 1762 = amey Stevens) (Jonathan Stevens = Jemima Blackman) ( Christopher Trickey)

William Trickey 1830 50 NY = Roxannna 49 CAN (1880 census Springfield)
Charles W Trickey 21 CAN
Peter R Trickey 16 CAN
Jane E Trickey 14 CAN = Norris J Trickey
John Trickey 19 CA = Eliza Jane Neill 21 CAN
George W Trickey 2 Jul 1879 Quebec CAN 11 month 1880 census Springfield WI next to William d 2 Nov 1953 = 20 Mar 1898 Hersey St Croix Co WI Emma Leona Harris 11 Nov 1879 Masonville Delaware co IA d 7 Mar 1966
1. Earl "Ole" Trickey, born: 24 Jan 1899, Hersey, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin, died: 29 Dec 1947, buried in the Omaha Valley Cemetery, Homer, Dakota Co., Nebraska.
2. Delta Marie Trickey, born: 30 Mar 1900, Hersey, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin, married Cornelius Colllins, died: 19 July 1920.
3. Loraine Henry Trickey, born: 02 July 1902, Hersey, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin, married Frances "Mae" Clark. Loraine died on 04 Feb 1979. Both Loraine and Mae are buried in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota.
4. Flora Elizabeth "Flossie" Trickey, born: 22 July 1904, Hersey, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin, married twice. She married first to Cornelius Collins and second to Arthur Pansegrau. Arthur was born on 14 April 1906 in Germany. Flossie and Art both died on 06 Feb 1950, in a car accident near Marshalltown, Iowa. They both are buried in the Omaha Valley Cemetery, Homer, Dakota Co., Nebraska.
5. Samuel Trickey, born: 06 Sept 1906 in Hersey, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin, married Alma Opsal in 1930. Alma was born 10 Dec 1907. Samuel died on 10 Sept 1975. They both are buried in Washington State.
6. Peter Pickett Trickey, born: 31 Dec 1908 in Hersey, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin, married Stella Bobier in 1933 in So. Sioux City, Dakota Co., Nebraska. Stella was the daughter of George Bobier. Peter died 30 May 1962 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. After Peter's death Stella married Gilbert Christensen.
7. Donald Trickey, born: 23 Nov 1910 in Hersey, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin. He drowned in Crystal Lake, So. Sioux City, Dakota Co., Nebraska at the age of 13. He died on 29 Dec 1923, and is buried in the Omaha Valley Cemetery, Homer, Dakota Co., Nebraska.
8. Lester George "Let" Trickey, born: 18 May 1913 in Hersey, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin, married Helen Rogosch on 01 Oct 1932 in Elk Point, South Dakota. Let died on 20 May 1960 in Sioux City, Woodbury Co., Iowa.
9. Emma Johanna Trickey, (See 7th Generation), born: 19 Dec 1916 in Homer, Dakota Co., Nebraska.
Emma Johanna Trickey was born on 19 Dec 1916 in Homer, Dakota Co., Nebraska. She married **Hubert Harvey Treadway** on 08 Sept 1934 in South Sioux City, Dakota Co., Nebraska. Hubert was born on 13 Nov 1911 in Agatite, Hardeman Co., Texas, the son of James Matthew Treadway and Zora Rosina Wardrup. Emma died on 08 Dec 1993, and Hubert died on 26 Mar 1977. They both are buried in the Omaha Valley Cemetery, Homer, Dakota Co., Nebraska.
Benny George Treadway = LaVonne Anne Frame
Randall Scott Treadway
10. Edgar Thomas Trickey, born: Still living.
11. Leona Mae "Babe" Trickey, born: 26 Feb 1921 in Homer, Dakota Co., Nebraska, married Orville Bryant Dalton on 17 June 1961 in Granbury, Texas. Orville was born on 02 Aug 1912 in Cleveland, Missouri, the son of Thomas Dalton and Elizabeth Cooley. Babe died on 28 Dec 1991, and Orville died on 08 July 1988. They both are buried in the Omaha Valley Cemetery, Homer, Dakota Co., Nebraska.

Ida Trickey
Laura Trickey May 1882 = Pat Arnold
Flora Trickey Aug 1885 st Croix
Jennie Etta Trickey 13 Nov 1888 = Oss
William “Billy” Trickey Aug 1890 Hershey WI
Charles Trickey 16 Aug 1892 d 28 may 1893
Margaret Trickey Jul 1893
Lillie Trickey Dec 1896
Golden Louise Trickey 13 Dec 1899 Hersey WI = Duke St Albin
Eva Delores Trickey 28 Jul 1902 = Frank Tino
Isaac Trickey = Laura Hunter
Lydia 1827 ON
Maria Trickey 1832
David Trickey 1837
Louisa Trickey 1838 = 22 Jul 1866 Warren WI John Dempster Peck
Sarah Trickey 1836 = Peter Pherentton
Joseph Miller Trickey = 19 Nov 1854 Mallorytown ON Sarah Plumb
William Silas Trickey was born in 1830 in Ontario, Canada. He was listed in the 1850 Theresa, Jefferson Co., New York Census records in the home of Jacob and Mary Orlander. He married Roxanna MacDonald. Roxanna was born in March of 1832 in Ontario, Canada. Many Trickey lines left Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada and migrated to St. Croix Co., Wisconsin. William and Roxanna were listed in the 1880 Springfield Twp., St. Croix, Wisconsin Census, living next door to his son John. Roxanna was listed in the 1900 Springfield Twp., St. Croix Co., Wisconsin Census widowed. William died on 26 November 1898. Roxanna died on 18 Mar 1874. William is buried in the Oakwood Cemetery, Hersey, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin and Roxanna is buried in the Mallorytown Cemetery, Ontario, Canada. Their children were:
Jennie Eliza Trickey, born: 17 Aug 1866, Ontario, Canada, married Norris J. Trickey on 05 June 1855 in Baldwin, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin. Norris was born in 1869 in Warren, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin, the son of Charles Bugbee Trickey and Amelia Hunter. Jennie died on 21 Sept 1920 in Springfield, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin and is buried in Hersey, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin. Children: Amelia Jane, Howard, Herbert W., and Pearl A. Trickey.
(9) Amelia Jane Trickey 4 Apr 1891Springfield St Croix Co WI = Bryan O Brierley 31 Julo 1886 Coal City IL
(10) Leone Brierley 15 Apr c 1915
(10) Bryan Norris Brierly 5 Aug 1923
Walter E. Brierley Sr., is my grandfather's brother. My Grandfather was Bryan O. Brierley, b. July 21, 1886 at Coal City, Ill.

He married Amelia Jane Trickey, b. April 4, 1891, at Springfiled, Wisconsin. They had two children, Leone b. 4/15 about 1915 and my father, Bryan Norris b. 8/5/23.

My Grandfather worked for Northern States Power Company in Fargo, North Dakota, retiring after 42 years. He started as an oiler and engine room helper in 1910. He was promoted to watch engineer in 1913, and to chief operator in 1926, a position he held until his retirement.

In 1955 he was the first motor vehicle accident death in Cass County, North Dakota, on February 19, 1955. He had parked his car accross the highway from the Standard Oil Station on a trip back to Fargo from Grand Forks with his wife and Mrs. Alfred Bleyer. He was struck by a car traveling about 50 miles per hour and thrown about 80 feet, landing in the snow near the edge of the north driveway to the filling station.

As I child, we traveled to Orofino, ID to visit my Great Uncle Joe Brierley and his wife Mary. I have been told I met Uncle Walter and Aunt Edna, but I have no memory of it. I do remember our trips to visit Uncle Joe and Aunt Mary. Their farm was beautiful and he and Aunt Mary had a cat and dog I loved to play with. They had a beautiful farm house on the river and he would take us to the river to pan for gold. He also owned an interest in the local lumber mill and gave us a tour. Uncle Joe was VERY proud of his prize bull. My parents have told me many times the story about how that bull licked Aunt Mary's hand and her diamond ring was swallowed by the bull. Rather than kill the bull, Aunt Mary patiently waited for the ring to "pass" and she found it!

I have a very extensive family history on most of my family, however my records of the Brierley family history are very weak. Since my Grandfather passed away when I was only two years old and my Grandmother Brierley passed a year later, I did not have the opportunity to hear all the old family stories from them. I would love to hear any information on the family tree on the Brierley side. I don't even know who my Grandfather's parents were.

Any information anyone has on the history of this Brierley family would be much appreciated
Grant co WI
Norris Jessie Merrill 1885-May-15 Boscobel Martin Luther Norris Ada Alma Trickey

(9) Howard charles Trickey
(9) Herbert Trickey
(9) Pearl A Trickey
Norris J. Trickey is my GGrandfater and married his cousin, Jennie Eliza Trickey. Their children were Amelia Jane, Howard Charles (my father), Herbert William, and Pearl A.Jennie Eliza Trickey was the daughter of William Trickey.Springfield, I believe, was later named Warren.Look forward to hearing from you againGrnapples Grnapples@aol.com

My Grandmother was Amelia Jane Trickey, b 4 April 1891. She was the daughter of Norris J. Trickey b 1869 and Jennie Eliza Trickey b 1866.Norris was the son of Charles Bugbee Trickey b 1841 and Amerlia Hunter b 1844.
Charles Bugbee Trickey was the son of James Mallory Trickey b 1804 and Permelia Hogaboom b 1817. Pamela Mortenson birldsl6@qwest.net
1880 census-Springfield, St. Croix county, Wisconsin
Charles TRICKEY Self M Male W 39 CAN Farmer CAN CAN
Amelia TRICKEY Wife M Female W 34 NY Keeping House CAN NY
Allice TRICKEY Dau S Female W 14 CAN CAN NY
Florrence TRICKEY Dau S Female W 12 WI CAN NY
Morris TRICKEY Son S Male W 11 WI CAN NY
Daniel PHILLIPS Other S Male W 30 NY Clearing Land NY NY
Jones HAGERMAN Other S Male W 22 CAN Doing Farm Work CAN CAN
(7) Philander Smith Trickey 8 Jul 1844 d 29 Nov 1946 bur Oakwood Cem Teresa NY =21 dec 1874 Martha Cordelia McLean 27 apr 1853 d 14 Jun 1908 (1881 census Yonge & Escott Rear) (Spelled Trichey on 1901 census) (NOTE: ellen Mclean 34 living next to Norris 1881 census)
(8) Melvin Orville Trickey 19 Sep 1875 = 3 Apr 1895 Jennie Eileen Henderson 20 May 1874
(9) William Earnest Trickey 1 Jan 1896 =
(10) jennie Eileen Trickey
(10) William Arden Trickey
(10) Living Trickey
(9) Violet Margaret Trickey
(9) Elvera Trickey 1903 = Lindon Barkley
(9) Richard Hubert Trickey 30 Oct 1907 Athens Leeds ON d 8 Jul 1967 bur Maple Ridge Cem Winchester ON = 7 Jun 1903 chesterville ON Hilda Robertson
(9) cora Luella Trickey
(8) Solomon cyrus Trickey 31 mar 1877 Athens Leeds ON d 29 Nov 1946 bur Oakwood Cem Theresa Jefferson Co NY = 13 May 1903 Brockville emma A Smith 9 Dec 1878 Fairfield Leeds ON d 21 Mar 1957 bur Oakwood Cem theresa Jefferson co NY
(9) Glen s Trickey = 14 Oct 1932 Watertown NY Marion D Marsh
(9) Glenn S Trickey 9 Mar 1904 Watertown Jefferson Co NY d 9 Jan 1972 Tucson AZ = (1) Jesse Edith Shepard (Lorne Shepard = Ada Bennett)
(10) Joyce Trickey = Grant Cain
(10) Sally Trickey = Joseph/James Hancock
(11) Hancock
(10) Yvonne Trickey = Paul Weaver
Wimmer or Weaver
(10) Corrine Trickey
(10) Dawn Trickey = Stewart
(10) Donald Richard Trickey = Forst
(11) three Trickeys
(10) Teresa Trickey
Male Trickey = Wimmer
(10) Gerald Trickey = Makuch
(11) Six Trickeys
INFANT SON EXPIRES (May 24, 1964) Redwood, May 25. -- Byron Trickey, eight months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Trickey, died Sunday evening in Mercy hospital, Watertown. The funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. Arrangements are with the Quincer funeral home.

(10) Ronald Eugene Trickey = Johnston
(11) three Trickey
(10) Charles T Trickey 1940 d 1961 bur St Xavier Cem Jefferson Co NY = 15 May 1961 clara W Zimmer b 1941 no death date on stone at St Xavier Jefferson co NY (wife of Charles T)
Charles T. Trickey of Redwood an Dies as Plow Falls Off Tractor And Hits His Head
Redwood, Aug. 19. -- Charles Theodore Trickey, 21, Redwood farm worker, was killed Friday at 4:10 p.m., when the two-share plow assembly on the diesel tractor he was driving on Webster Hill road dropped to the macadam surfaced road and bounded upwards, striking him on the back and head. Trickey was rushed to the Edward John Noble hospital at Alexandria Bay where he was pronounced dead on arrival. He suffered a fractured skull and crushed rib cage. According to state and Alexandria Bay village police Trickey was working for Richard Rogers, Redwood tractor and farm implement dealer. Rogers said he and Trickey were taking two tractor and plow assemblies to his farm on the Webster Hill road, which leads to the Butterfield lake area east of Redwood. They planned to wash and polish the equipment to display at the three-day Firemen-Legion field day at Redwood. Rogers said he was ahead of Trickey and had just passed over a bump in the road. Trickey was following at about 15 miles an hour. When his tractor went over the bump, the plow assembly on the vehicle started to bounce. The points on the plow shares dug into the macadam, disengaging the mechanism that held the assembly in place. The whole assembly surged upwards, striking Trickey and knocking him off the tractor. Trickey, married to Miss Clara Zimmer of Redwood on May 15, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Trickey, who live on the old Bickelhaupt farm on the Alexandria Bay-Redwood road. Surviving besides his parents and wife, are: Five sisters, Mrs. Grant (Joyce) Cain, Gananoque, Ont., Mrs. Joseph (Sally) Hancock, Orlando, Fla., Mrs. Dawn Stewart, Watertown, Mrs. Paul (Yvonne) Weaver, Redwood, and Miss Corinne Trickey, at home; three brothers, Gerald, Theresa, Donald, Albany, and Ronald, stationed in the air force in France. He was born in Alexandria Bay on June 29, 1940, the son of Glenn and Edith Shepard Trickey. He attended schools at Alexandria Bay, Antwerp, Redwood and Ogdensburg. The body was taken to the Quincer funeral home, Redwood, where friends may call this evening from 7 to 9 and Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m.
(9) Howard Trickey 3 Oct 1907 Watertown Jefferson co NY d 25 Mar 1947 bur Oakwood Cem Terisa NY = 6 Oct 1927 Clayton Jeffeson Co Ny Nellie E Bartlett
(9) Floyd W Trickey 24 Mar 1911 Watertown Jefferson Co NY d 29 Dec 1986 = 20 Oct 1933 Watertown Jefferson Co NY Gladys Margaret Pilon 3 Sep 1911 d 18 May 1988 bur Riverside Cem Cape Vincent Jefferson Co NY
Riverside Cem Cape Vincent Jefferson Co NY
(10) David Arden Trickey 19 Nov 1934 Watertown Ny d 31 Mar 1948 bur riverside Cem Cape Vincent NY
(10) Living Trickey (m)
(10) Living Trickey = Pooler
(11) Two Living Pooler
TRICKEY,AMANDA L. DAU GARY&MELODY 1977-1981 RIVERSIDE
TRICKEY,DAVID A. SN FLOYD 1934-1948 RIVERSIDE
TRICKEY,FLOYD W. 1911-25SEP1986 mrd.20OCT1933 RIVERSIDE
TRICKEY,GARY H. 1951- RIVERSIDE
TRICKEY,GLADYS M. (PILON)WF.FLOYD W.3SEP1911-18MAY1988 RIVERSIDE
TRICKEY,MELODY G. 1956- RIVERSIDE
TRUMPOUR,JONATHAN R. 23JUN1881 53Y1M19D RIVERSIDE
TRUMPOUR,RICHARD M. 1869-1936

(8) Sarah Cecelia Trickey 16 Jul 1877 or 26 Jul 1878 Yonge Leeds ON = 11 Jan 1899 Joseph A Kirkland 5 Nov 1870
(9) Elsie M Kirkland 29 Oct 1898 = Innes
(8) Wilfred Cameron Trickey Apr 1880 d 31 may 1901
(9) Helen Alberta Trickey = McIntosh
(10) Ronald Arden McIntosh
(10) living McIntosh
(10) living McIntosh
(8) Arden winnifred Trickey 1881
(8) Martha Cordella Trickey 24 Apr 1884 d 9 apr 1968 Owen Sound Grey Co ON = Edward Peter Wills Portland P.O. ON
(9) Wima Elsie Wills 9 Jan 1915 = 16 Sep 1936 Vangard Sask Lawrence Roy Farrow 3 Jul 1904 Kilkarney Manitoba CAN
(10) Three Living Farrows
(9) Margaret Wills 10 Jul 1913 Vangard Sask = 2 Jan 1936 Chris Beattie 27 Aug 1900 Fermanaugh Northern IRE
(10) glen Beattie 22 Jul 1939 London Middlesex ON d 27 Aug 1997 St John’s NB = (1) Urigh (2)
(11) Two livng Beattie
(10) Living Beattie = Mattheson
(11) three Living Mattheson
(9) Luella Wills 26 Mar 1916 Vangard Sask = 24 Oct 1942 Kenneth Brown
‘ (10) six Living Browns
(9) Howard Wills 2 Oct 1918 Vangard Sask = Muriel Brown
(10) Four Living wills
(8) Mary E Trickey 1885 = 1911 Glen Beull ON Robert J Wood
(8) Blanch Luella Trickey 11 Jan 1889 =Swan
(8) Fred wilbert Trickey 26 Feb 1892
(9) Fred McAfee Trickey Mar 1916 = Dorothy
(10) Four Living Trickeys
(9) Margaret Grace Trickey = (1) (2) Garretson
(10) Living Garretson
(10) Living Garretson
(7) Norris Malcom (Mallory) Trickey 11 Jun 1855 =23 Aug 1877 Brockville Sarah Maria Gibson 9 Apr 1856 (1881 census Winchester Norris Trickey 25 barber, Sarah 24, Edmon Trickey 2) (1901 census Winchester Dundas ON)
‘ (8) Mavely B Trickey 26 apr 1881
(8) charles N Trickey 13 May 1883
(8) J Blanche Trickey 9 Oct 1891
(7) Julia A Trickey = Warren
Note: Julia A Warren 7 Mar 1836 widow is lving between Thomas Mallory 3 Dec 1846 on one side and Frank H Mallory 7 Mar 1873 Yonge and Escott 1901 census
(7) Alanora A Trickey d ae 7
(7) Sophia M Trickey 6 Apr 1851 d 15 Oct 1917 Mallorytown = Thomas R Mallory 3 Dec 1846

Sophia Trickey Mallory--we already have Sophia's dates, but in looking at various trees it appears that Sophia daughter of James & Permila and Sophia wife of Thomas Mallory aren't connected as being one and the
same. We know from obit that Sophia (Mrs Thomas Mallory) died Oct 15 1917--this shows she was daughter of James & Permila: death registration (#019039):

Mallory, Sophia died Oct 15, 1917 age 64y 6m 9d
Place of death Mallorytown
Place of birth Mallorytown
Place of burial Mallorytown
Married
Father: James Trickey
Mother: Permila Hogaboom
Cause of death: Epilepsy
Informant: TH Mallory, Mallorytown
Duration of illness: years

3. I came across this when looking for (& was
unsuccessful in finding) Sophia & Thomas' marriage
record--don't think we had date of marriage & full
name of the bride. Wonder why his middle name is
sometimes Mallory, sometimes Malcolm:

Trickery, Norris Mallory
Spouse: Gibson, Sarah Maria
Date of Marriage: Aug 23, 1877
Marriage Place: Brockville
Source Code: 005747
LDS Microfilm Reel Number: 23 THE LANARK ERA Wed. Mar. 3rd, 1920 - death
Obit: Thomas Mallory, who died Fri. Feb. 20th, 1920, was born at
Mallorytown where he lived his life, was buried on Sunday in the
Mallorytown Cemetery. Aged 73 years, he leaves two sons and a
daughter; Frank H. at home; Charles W. of British Whig in Kingston and Mrs. W. H. Larkins of Mallorytown. Also four sisters; Mrs. William Knowles of Lanark; Mrs. A. M. Wright of Toronto; Mrs. Thomas Bennett of Newton, BC and Mrs. Thomas Moore of Phoenix, BC.
THE LANARK ERA

Wed. October 24th, 1917 - death

At Mallorytown, Mon. Oct. 15th, Sophia Trickey, wife of Mr. Thomas Mallory, aged 66 years.
Obit: Mrs. Thomas Mallory, a sister-in-law of Mrs. Thomas* Knowles, of Drummond, she leaves her husband, two sons and one daughter; Frank, Charles and Gertrude, all at home. Burial in Mallorytown cemetery

(9) Mary Mallory (not on 1881 census at home)
With (2) Sophia Tickey:
(9) Francis “Frank” H Mallory 7 Mar 1873 d 15 Oct 1917 = Ida Mae Dawson 14 Feb 1874 (William Dawson 1838 = Mary Ann 1839 of Bastard and Burgess ON)
(8) Velma V Mallory 26 Oct 1898
(8) Edna E Mallory 22 Apr 1900
(8) Cecil Dawson Mallory 8 Apr 1907 Mallorytown ON = 7 Mar 1928 Middlesex ON Margaret Marie Laing
(8) Frank Mallory
(8) Charles Mallory
(8) Geraldine Mallory
(8) William Mallory
Burial date is Oct 17, 1917 (two days after death). Children were Frank, Velma, Gertrude, Charles Mallory, Edna Mallory, Cecil Mallory, Geraldine Mallory and William Mallory. But I have no birth dates on any of them.
(9) Gertrude Mallory 8 Apr 1887 = W H Larkins

(6) Sylvester W Trickey c 1825/27 ON d 23 May 1912 Kalispell MT = (1) c 1847 Esther Cole 1826 d 1875 bur Warren Cem Roberts St Croix (2) 11 Nov 1875 St Croix Susan H Bell (3) anna (could be Susan’s middle name
Am trying to find more info on Trickeys. Am from Minnesota branch. Came from Christopher b. 1750 in NY to son Peter to son Sylvester to son Silas Shipman to son Wm to son Silas W. to son Greg. That's us. Sylvester came to Mn thru Wisc. Don't know the route to Wisc. He left son Silas S. in Mn. and eventually went to Montana where he died at age 98. We know almost nothing of Sylvester or back. Can you help.
email me at annhealy@gvtel.com. Thanks Elly
In the Roberts, Wis cemetery there is an S.W. Trickey buried there,and a Sarah Trickey.
Early Flathead and Tobacco Plains
Marie C. Shea
Flathead County Library Call # 978.68 Shea
Trickey Anna 78
Trickey Sylvester W 78
"The Fabulous Flathead"
As told to Sharon Bergman by J. F. McAlear, President of the Reservation Pioneers
Trickey Margaret McDonald 219

Sylvester had the wanderlust (in more ways than one). He married Esther Cole Abt. 1847 and stayed around long enough to have a few kids in Canada. These were:

1. John K. b. 1849 in Leeds
2. Sarah T. b. 1850 in Leeds = Angus McKay
3. Frederick Lee b. 1853
4. Hiram M. b. 1855
5. Mercy M. b. 1857 = Edward T Sloan
Mallory,
I quote from Joyce Nieman, who helped me get the information on-line: "I'm surprised that I did keep the notes on the cemetery reading. I took copies of the cemetery listings that were taken some years back which I found at the River Falls University history room and then I compared them when I did my walk thru of the cemetery and made corrections, if found, and additions. It appears that these listings were correct as I didn't make any changes to them when I did my walk thru.. Here's what I found from the library and from my walk thru:
Warren Cemetery Roberts St Croix Co WI
Trickery, Esther (wife of S.W.) B. 1826 D. 1875
Trickery, Sarah (wife of A. McKay B. 1850 D. 1886
Trickery, Hiram (son of S. Trickery) B. 1855 D. 1874
Trickery, Frederic Lee (son of S.W. & E.) B. 1808 D. 1820"

So, I would say they may have added that extra "r" to the tombstones (misheard by the stonemason?). It certainly does look like Sylvester's family, however. I really don't know what to think about Frederic Lee - he certainly can't be born in 1808 if his mother wasn't born until 1826.

Hope this helps!
Roxanne


After that Sylvester was on the move. On 28 May 1859, he was in Lisbon, NY where his son Silas Shipman was born. Apparently, he briefly moved back to Canada, because Alfred hall was born there around 1860. By the way, don't put too much faith in where the census says people were born. You'll note that if you follow some people through the census, the birth place often changes. I don't know if that is because people actually forgot where they were born, or because the census taker wasn't listening. Anyhow, by 1866 or so, S.W. (Sylvester) ends up in Warren St. Croix, Wisconsin. Esther Cole is gone, and has been replaced bby a Sarah <Unknown>. Now Sylvester has another child, Sarah, born in Wisconsin about 1867. Apparently Sarah is his daughter by this new wife.
But Sylvester wasn't done yet. On 11 Nov 1875 Sylvester marries for a third time; this time to a Susan H. Bell, born in Massachusetts about 1817. Sylvester lived in north west Wisconsin in the 1880's and most of the 1890's. Diaries from his ex-daughter -in- law's brother mention visiting him and his wife in a 1887 and 1891 diary. Then, sometime before 1900, it was on to a new wife (Anna <Unknown>, and on to Montana. He moved to Kalispell, Montana, where he lived with his daughter, Laura,
according to a 1900 census. He died in Kalispell, Montana. A coupleof notes from Monatana tell the story: There must have been a stop or two for Sylvester before he got to Montana, because his son (Silas Shipman) and his daughter Mercy (now Mercy Sloan) ended up in Alvarado, Minnesota.


KALISPELL, MONTANA, POLK DIRECTORY 1913, PAGE 164
Trickey, Sylvester W., died May 23, 1912, age 85. Trickey, Anna Mrs. 1009 8th Ave W.
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NEWS ITEM
S.W. Trickey, an old and well known resident of the city, died at his home on Seventh avenue West this morning. The deceased was 86 years of age. The funeral will probably be held Saturday afternoon but definite announcement will be made later. There must have been a stop or two for Sylvester before he got to Montana, because his son (Silas Shipman) and his daughter Mercy (now Mercy Sloan) ended up in Alvarado, Minnesota.



e. Sylvester W. Trickey, born: ca 1825, Ontario, Canada. He married three times. He married first to Esther _____. Children: John K., Frederick, Hiram M., Mercy M., Silas P., Alfred Hall Trickey. Sylvester married second to Sarah _____. Sarah was born ca 1830 in Canada. Sylvester and his family were listed in the 1870 Warren, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin Census. Children: Sarah Trickey. Sylvester married lastly to Susan H. Bell on 11 Nov 1875 in St. Croix Co., Wisconsin.
Heard you were looking for a Joseph Trickey. In 1910 there
was a 44 year old Joseph Trickey living in Newport Twp,
Washington Twp, MN. He was born in Wisconsin about
1865. I suspect his father was Sylvester W. Trickey who
died in Montana in 1912 (Kalispell).

(7) John K Trickey 1849 Leeds ON note: a John K Trickey d 1924 MN
NOTE: John Trickey 1849 CAN = Lucy 1848 CAN (1880 census Lu Verne Rock co MN)
Bertha Trickey 1870 WI
Charles Trickey 1873 WI
Olive Trickey 1875 WI
(7) Sarah T Trickey 1850 Leeds ON d 1886 bur Warren Cem Roberts St Criox WI = Angus McKay 1830 PEI (1880 census St Joseph St Croix WI)
(8) Josephine McCay 1872 WI
(7) Frederick Lee Trickey 1853 bury Warren Cem Roberts St Co WI
(7) Hiram M Trickey 1855 d 1874 bur Warren Cem Roberts St Croix Co WI
(7) Mercy M Trickey = Sloan
(7) Silas Shipman Trickey 28 May 1859 Lisbon NY d 1932 MN = (2) c 1907 MN Julia B Olson Aug 1884 MN

WF Trickey = Bernice Irene 1908
Silas William Trickey = (1) Lorraine Elizabeth Witcherman
NOTE: Silas W Trickey d 1909 MN
(8) Living Trickey = Johnson
(10) Four livng Trickey
(8) Living Trickey = Swenson
(9) Three Living Trickeys
(8) Living Trickey = (1) Orsland (2) Helgeson
(9) Three living Helgeson

(8) William Silas Trickey
am trying to connect a William S. Trickey to my family. I know only the middle initial of the William S. Trickey I need info about. My William S. lived in Knapp, Wisconsin about 1880. Thats all I know at this time. Please respond if you care to talk further about this. Grnapples
(9) Silas W Trickey
(10) Greg Trickey
Minnesota Trickey deaths
Francis Lee Trickey 1912
Charles William Trickey 1946
Mrs Eliza Trickey 1940
Joseph Trickey 1939
Peter Trickey 1924
Niedia Mary Trickey 1926
Silas W Trickey 1909
David Trickey 1917
John K Trickey 1919
John Trickey 1940
Delma Elaine Trickey 1938
Hebert W Trickey 1950
Charles Trickey 1937
Mrs Lucy Trickey 1937
Lora E Trickey 1937
William John Trickey 1958
Lois ann Trickey 1961
Carl C Trickey 1964
William David Trickey 26 feb 1922 d Oct 1965 MN
Carol H Tickey (wesner) 1970
Bernice Irene Tickey 19 apr 1908 d May 1979 Crookston Polk co (wife of WF)
William Trickey 1986
Joyce Aileen Trickey 1990
Lyle John Trickey 28 Mar 1899 d 1973
Owen Laverne Trickey 1984 (23 Dec 1913 d Aug 1984 Minneapolis Hennepin MN)
NOTE: Owen Trickey = Waynn Arseneau (Edmund Alphonse
Arneneau 9 Jan 1983 Washburn WI = Rose marie Lalond)
Living Trickey = Anderson
Seven Andersons
Lving Trickey = Jaeger
Five living Jaeger
Joseph Miller Trickey 1957
Clara Belle Trickey 1961
Harold R Trickey 1951(17 Jan 1896 = 5 Oct 1920 Ada Dorothy lunt) (Joseph Miller Tricky Jr = 5 Nov 1888 Baldwin MI Martha Conradson) (Joseph Miller Trickey = Sarah Plumb) (Isaac Trickey = Laura Hunter)
Harold Trickey Jr 7 Dec 1921
Russel Paul Trickey 20 Sep 1923
Silas Shipman Trickey 1932
John Trickey 1921
George Trickey 1925
Jess (Justin) Trickey 1937
Norris James Trickey 1971(3 Apr 1920 d Mar 1971 MN)
Martha C Trickey 1966
Edward Rolin Trickey 1995 (6 May 1930 d 7 Feb 1995)
Marie Trickey 1976
Tim D Trickey 1996 (23 Feb 1957 d 3 Jul 1996 Rancho Sanbernardo San Diego CA)
NOTE: Silas Trickey 1841 CAN = Katherine1854 NC (1880 Washington Buena Vista IA)
Minnie Trickey 1877 IA
Frederick Charles Trickey c 1879 IA = Adele Woodin Dameron 8 Feb 1880 Caledonia Houston co MN d 26 Jun 1959 Los Angeles CA (jesse L Dameron 1831 Pike co MO = Helena Augusta Woodin Dec 1845 Clyde Wayne co NY)
Louisa Marie Trickey 25 mar 1908 Houstin TX d 12 Jul 1998 Pennington NJ = George Chilberg
Marjorie T Trickey 12 may 1909 TX d 18 Nov 1995 claremont Los Angeles Co CA =- George Graham
General No.22
His Name........................ Clinton James CAMPBELL
Age.............................28
Residence when Married..........Mattawa
Place of Birth..................Tp. of Thurso Que.
Bachelor or Widower.............B
Rank or Profession..............Clerk
Fathers Name....................John W. Campbell
Mothers Name....................Cynthia Ann Campbell
Her Name........................ Della Maud TRICKEY 2 Jun 1864/66 Watertown Jefferson Co Ny d 10 Apr 1910 North Bay ON of a fire near Timmons ON
Age.............................18
Residence when Married..........Sturgeon Falls, Ont.
Place of Birth..................Thrucy, New York State
Spinster or Widow...............S
Fathers Name....................Nicholas John Trickey
Mothers Name....................Elizabeth Trickey (Elizabeth Cynthia Warren)
Name and Residence of Witness...Wm. E. Thompson M A, Mattawa
Name and Residence of Witness...Florence Stewart, Mattawa
Date and Place of Marriage......15 January 1883, Mattawa
Religious Den. of Bridegroom....Baptist
Religious Den. of Bride.........Methodist
By whom Married.................S. Huntington
By License or Banns.............L
found your Trickey tree very interesting. I think we corresponded before, and I'm still searching for the ancestors of Nicholas Trickey (Cynthia Elizabeth Warren (wife),children John W., Ida May, Della Maude, and Frances). I found his grave last weekend in Harrowsmith, Ontario (just 20 miles north of Kingston). He is also shown with his family in the 1879 federal census for Theresa, N.Y., which makes me think there must be some connection to your line. The two older girls were also born in Watertown and Theresa. I believe Nicholas was born around 1840 (and not 1822 as earlier indicated). He was 51 when he died in 1891. If you come across anything that might be relevant, please let me know. Thanks

(7) Alfred Hall Trickey c 1860 CAN
with Sarah
(7) Sarah Trickey
(William Trickey = Amey Stevens)
Isaac Trickey = Laura Hunter
NOTE: Joseph Miller Trickey d 17 Nov 1864 Columbia TN Civil War= 19 Nov 1854 Sarah “Sally”Plumb 1830 CAN (festus Nails Plumb = Martha Huntley)
Josephine Aurilla Trickey 1 Sep 1855 Landsdown Leeds co ON = George William Savage
Georgia Savage = Lewis Keys
Joseph Keys = Alvina Korff
Evelyn Keys = Living Worley
Frederick Zodak Trickey 1857 WI d 27 Feb 1925 Hammond St Croix WI
Ada A Trickey 1859 WI = 6 Nov 1879 Luther Noris
Henry J Trickey 20 Jun 1861 Jackson Co WI = Grace Ross
Alice A Trickey Apr 1862 d 1934 = 20 Jun 1891 John Malone
Ella Tricky 1863 Hammond Twp St Croix WI
Joseph Miller Trickey Jr 1865 Hammond St Croix Wi = 5 Nov 1888 Baldiwn MI Martha Conradson
Harold Riber Trickey 17 Jan 1876


John Trickey, brother of Peter P Trickey who married Mercy Mallory, married Mary Ann Miller and had son James who married Margaret Webster; they had Joseph Miller Trickey who married Sarah Plumb.
(NOTE: 1880 census Hammond St Croix WI Sarah 1832 CAN is listed as a widow (widow of Joseph Miller Trickey) Frederick 21 WI, Henry 19 WI, Alice 18 WI, Joseph 15 WI) NOTE: Three houses down: John S Trickey 25 Aug 1868 WI d 1933, Lee M Trickey 1870 WI (d nov 1903) are living in the household of Edward Langdon 1830 CT and wife Martha 1846 CAN, Ranson E Langdon 1863 WI, Mary U Langdon 1867 WI, William H Langdon 1872 WI, Porter S Langdon 1876 WI, Wesley E Langdon 1879 WI, Edward I Langdon ae 3 monts 1880 census) Edward Langdon married Martha Johson, Widow of Jason Trickey)
Festus Nails Plumb 1837 CAN = Elizabeth Trickey (2) Francella “Fannie” Peck 1851 NY (jonathan Peck = Caroline Burbank)
Plumb ae 1 month 1880
Ella Plumb = Alexander Gamble
Charles S Plumb = Minnie Stack

Trickey John Trickey is a native of Hammond, Wis., born August 25, 1868, son of Jason and Martha (Johnson) Trickey, of New York State and Canada, respectively. The parents came to Wisconsin in the early days and settled in Hammond Township, where they became prominent farmers. The father died in 1875 and the mother passed away in 1882. John received a good education in the common schools of his native village and afterward took up farming, renting a place for eleven years. He then bought eighty acres at Emerald, in March 1899, and broke theland, making the usual improvements. He has since continued to carry on general farming and has been uniformly successful in all his undertakings. A Republican in politics, he has served on the side board two years. Mr. Trickey is a member of Glenwood Lodge, No. 148, Independent Order of Odd Fellows. He is a hard working, industrious man, a thorough believer in education, one who is always ready to help in every undertaking that is for the public good. Being one of the substantial men of the township, he is highly respected by the younger generation and well thought of by those of his own age. Mr. Trickey was married March 23, 1892, to Amelia White, daughter of Carl and Charlotte White, of Emerald, but natives of Germany. The parents came to America in 1882 and located in Vernon, Waukesha county, Wis., remaining until 1888, when they came to this township and engaged in general farming in which they have since continued. Mr. and Mrs. Trickey have three childrenZella, born December 9, 1892; Elsie, born March 31, 1894, and Myrtle, born May 8, 1901. All are at home. Mrs. Trickey is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. (taken from "History of the St. Croix Valley", published in 1909)
Plumb
Festus N. Plumb (Festus Nails Plumb) was born in Canada, November 8, 1835, son of Festus (4 Aug 1797) and Martha (Huntley) Plumb (Henry Plumb 18 Apr 1755 d Jul 1828 CAN = Caroline Landon 31 dec 1757d 24 Aug 1825 ) , natives of the United States (Ebenezer Plumb = Patience Nails) , who moved to Canada in early life. The father was a shoemaker by trade, and remained in Canada until his death, August 4, 1844. The mother went to Kenosha county, Wisconsin, in 1857 and remained there until 1860, when she came to live with her son at Hammond. She passed away November 25, 1868, greatly mourned by all who knew her. Festus N. received a good common school education in Canada. After leaving school he followed farming in his native country until 1856, when he went to Kenosha county, this state, and rented a farm which he conducted until 1860, when he came to Hammond and bought eighty acres of land, which he broke and improved. He erected a fine house and outbuildings and has since continued to occupy the place, bringing the farm to a high state of perfection. He raises the usual crops, grade cattle and Cotswold sheep. His wife is a great fancier of fowls and makes a specialty of white Wyandottes. Mr. Plumb was married first to Elizabeth Trickey, of Canada, whose parents were natives of that country. By this union there were two children. Ella married Alexander Gamble, a printer. Mr. and Mrs. Gamble are now deceased. Charles S. is an engineer, now living at Mukwauago, Wis. He married Minnie Stack. Mr. Plumb was married the second time to Francelia Peck, born in Baraboo, Wis., a daughter of Catherine and Jonathan (Burbank) Peck, natives of New York State,. Two children blessed this union. Caroline M. died January 31, 1880, and Mearle is a farmer in Hammond, married to Ida Tweit, now deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Plumb are members of the Methodist church, in which both are active workers, Mrs. Plumb, in particular, being noted for her charity, hospitality and good works. Mr. Plumb has been supervisor of the township of Hammond for several terms and has also served as town assessor and president of the village. He also has an honorable war record. He joined the Union army at Hudson in 1864, serving in Company A, Forty-fourth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, under Colonel Symes and Captain Brown, taking part in the Battle of Nashville, Tenn. He was discharged at the close of the war at Paducah, Ky., July 2, 1865. Mr. Plumb is a good citizen and a true gentleman, who has never descended to any act that was mean or unworthy. He occupies an enviable position in the village of Hammond. (taken from "History of the St. Croix Valley", published in 1909)

William P. Johnson (William Porter Johnson) is a native of New York State, born in old Johnstown, September 9, 1821, a son of David and Maria (Beadle) Johnson, both natives of New York State. The father was a shoemaker and followed that trade until his death in 1823. The next year, the mother moved to Permelia, Jefferson county, N. Y., where she married Timothy Chapman. They resided in Permilia until 1847, and then emigrated to Canada, where the mother died in 1851. William received a common school education in his native state, and went to Canada in 1841, where he followed farming until October 1855. He removed to Kenosha county, Wisconsin, farming until May 28, 1860. June 30, of that year he came to Hammond township and bought eighty acres of land. To this he added several times until he owned 500 acres. He broke about 300 acres of this land and made all improvements, building three houses, besides the usual barns and outbuildings. He carried on a general line of farming, raising the usual crops and breeding Shorthorn, Holsteins and Polled Angus cattle, Poland China and Suffolk hogs, Southdown sheep, Plymouth Rock and Black Leghorn fowls. He conducted this farm until 1906, when he sold the place and retired to Hammond village, where he lives with his son. Mr. Johnson was married in Canada, December 20, 1843, to Parney Plumb (21 Feb 1821) , daughter of Festus and Martha (Huntly) Plumb, whose sketch will be found elsewhere in this volume. Three children blessed this union: Martha M. Married Jason Trickey. M. E. is a merchant at Hammond, Wis. He married Mary Egbert of that place. Sylvnus is a farmer in Illinois. He married Martha McCulluth. Mr. Johnson is a staunch Republican and a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He also has the honor of being a veteran of the Civil war. He enlisted in the Union army in 1863 at Hudson, Wis., serving in Company A, Forty-fourth Regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers, under Colonel Symes and Captain Brown. He took part in the battle of Nashville, Tenn., and other engagements, being discharged July 15, 1865, at Paducah, Ky. Mr. Johnson has served the township of Hammond as clerk and treasurer of School District No. 3, for over a quarter of a century. He has also been an assessor and a member of the town board many years, being chairman of the latter for a long period. He has taken an active part in public affairs and his opinions and advice have always had much weight with his fellow men. He is now enjoying a well-deserved rest, after years of the hardest toil and labor, all of which have been crowned with success. (taken from "History of the St. Croix Valley", published in 1909)


(NOTE: I was reading over the will of my 3rdggrandfather Samuel Miller of Caintown. (see Phema and Lena Wickwire) It was witnessed by S.T. Andress in 1882 and in 1883 he made oath regarding witnessing a codicil to the will and gives his full name as Sylvester Trickey Andress. Curious about who he was--don't see him on the tree here--could he be the guy listed as Sylvester Thomas Andress on the gedcom ? Shirley Hackett)
e. Sylvester W. Trickey, born: ca 1825, Ontario, Canada. He married three times. He married first to Esther _____. Children: John K., Frederick, Hiram M., Mercy M., Silas P., Alfred Hall Trickey. Sylvester married second to Sarah _____. Sarah was born ca 1830 in Canada. Sylvester and his family were listed in the 1870 Warren, St. Croix Co., Wisconsin Census. Children: Sarah Trickey. Sylvester married lastly to Susan H. Bell on 11 Nov 1875 in St. Croix Co., Wisconsin.


(6) Thomas Trickey 1813 Mallorytown d 1881 = 21 Jan 1834 Mallorytown Emeline Wells c 1818 d 24 Jan 1901 bur Rockport cem (Henry Smith Wells 1789 VT = 1810 Nancy Patterson)
Henry SMITH WELLS, b. 1789/1790 in VT or CT, m. Nancy PATTERSON c. 1810, settled on LaRue Island and had a large family; they also had a house in Front of Escott. Children: Emeline, b. 1817, m. Thomas TRICKEY; Amaziah, b. 1820, m. Lucy PRESTON (daughter Amey Wells cole McKee; Henry Smith, Jr., b. 1821 m. Jane FRALICK; Mary Jane, b. c. 1825, m. Johan A. CASSELMAN; Clarissa M., b. 1828, m. Harvey MOSHER; William Patterson, b. 22 Jun 1831 m. Mary Ann MONROE; Eliza Jane, b. 30 Mar 1836 [my gg grandmother] m. Jacob COUNTRYMAN; Richard Henry, b. 1841, m. Jane COMSTOCK. Somehow there is an Aunt living with the Trickeys in Rockport named Elizabeth STEARNS, b. 1797 in the US, but it is not clear whether she was a maternal or paternal Aunt. Any information appreciated
Henry Trickey, born: 1776 in Orange Co., New York, married Elizabeth Mosher on 19 Feb 1801 in Lansdowne, Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada. Elizabeth was born in 1780 the daughter of Lewis Mosher and Mary Freeman. Henry was listed in the 1800, 1802, 1804, 1805, 1808, 1810, 1811, 1819. and 1820 Yonge Twp., Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada Census records. Henry served on the Petit Jury in Johnstown District, Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada in 1801. Henry died on 13 Aug 1846. Elizabeth married second to George Noble Brown. Henry and Elizabeth are both are buried in the Ebenezer Cemetery, Lansdowne, Ontario, Canada. They died leaving no heirs. Below is information on Elizabeth's Will dated 05 March 1857, and registered on 15 October 1866, send to me from Alan Lindsay (Thank you Alan):
She leaves to her 2 stepsons some money and George’s ? daughter a bed etc and gives certain land etc to her adopted son Wm Henry Stearns. She leaves a stove to her nephew Ephriam Kyes and mentions 2 nieces in Alexandria NY they being Elizabeth Bowls and Mary Boulton, both married (daughters of her sister Fanny Larue). She left money to Thomas Trickey (unable to determine his relationship to Henry but he is likely the ancestor of Spencer Trickey) and then ½ of her personal goods to her sister Sarah Yates (Ephriam Kyes’ mother) and the other ½ between her sisters Mary Baucus and Fanny Larue. To 4 brothers Lewis, Reuben, Thomas and Nicholas (Mosher-all living on Wolfe Island) 5 shillings. To Dorothy Phenettan 12 pounds, 10 shillings and same amount to friend Joseph Dowsley. To her brother John (he was living with her on the census of 1861-he had a price on his head in the US because he was involved in the sinking of the Caroline above Niagara Falls in 1837) 20 pounds per year for the rest of his life. The rest of the estate was to go equally to Sarah Yates, Fanny Larue, Ephriam, John and Henry Kyes. (sons of Sarah). Fanny signed off her part to her son James Reuben Larue. (Fanny and Peter Larue were living in Breedsville MI at this time).

1851 census, Escott Twp, Leeds County Ont.
Wells, Henry S, /born USA/Presb/71/farmer/east lot 8 Range 1
Wells, Nancy,/Can.Presb/52
Wells, William/Can/20
Wells, Henry S Jr/Can/29
Wells, Elisa J/Can/15
Wells, Richard/Can/13
1861 census Escott Front

Stearns, Chas? E/born U Can/EM/27/carpenter/
Stearns, Elizabeth/US/EM/65
Stearns, Amelia/U Can/3
Case. Sarah J?/U Can/17
Thomas Trickey was born in Mallorytown, Canada, in 1813. When 19 years old he married Emeline Wells, who resided on Wells Island, in this town, and they had five sons and six daughters, eight of whom survive, namely: Lucinda, Miller, Lewis, Alzina, Sophronia, Mary, Sheldon, and Peter. Sheldon Trickey was born in the village of Escott, Canada, July 10, 1850. When 23 years of age he married Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Augustus Landon, of Wells Island, and they have two sons and one daughter, namely: Rosey M., Charles, and Bertie E. Mr. Trickey resides in Alexandria Bay.
c. Thomas Trickey, born: ca 1813, Mallorytown, Ontario, Canada. He married Emeline Wells on 21 Jan 1834 in Ontario, Canada. Emeline was born ca 1818 in Ontario, Canada, and died 24 Jan 1901. She is buried in the Rockport Cemetery, Ontario, Canada. Children: Henry, Nancy, Lucinda, Wilson, Amelia, Lewis Thadius, Sheldon Y., Mary, Alzina, Saphornia, and Peter A. Trickey.
My mother was a trickey from Alexandria Bay NY. I know as far back as Thomas Trickey Mallorytown Ontario:Born 1813. Any more imformation. Please e-mail or write me at 20038 co. rt. LaFargeville NY 13656. 1(315)6582267 Linda Bazinet

(7) Henry William Trickey c 1845 d 14 May 1874 ae 39 = Christina “ Tina” E Andrus 1845/46 (1880 census Alymer Tuscola MI Tina is married to (20 May 1876) Oliver McNeil and the following children at home, third she married John Gunsell.)
Henry and Tina are in the 1871 Escott Front census, with William, 8,
Jane, 6, Mary Anne 5 and Sarah Jane 2.
TRICKEY,TINA - TRICKEY,MCNEAL,OLIVER - MCNEAL,TUSCOLA,,20 MAY 1876,---,---,---,---
TRICKEY,WILLIAM HENRY TRICKEY,HAYNES,ADDIE - HAYNES,TUSCOLA,,27 APR 1884,---,---,---,---

(8) William Trickey 1863 CAN
(8) James Trickey 19 Sep 1864 CAN d 15 Jul 1922 = 25 Jun 1888 Columbia Twp Tuscola Dorothy Peterson
(9) Adopted child died infancy
(9) Charles Mclellan Trickey
(9) Gertrude McLellan Trickey
(9) Gertrude Dorman Trickey
(8) Mary Ann Trickey 1867 Can
(8) Sarah Jane Trickey 1869 CAN = Patrick J Ryan b Oct 1863 ON
Hello,
I have some Sarah Jane Trickey Information daughter of Christina and Henry W.Trickey.
This is my husbands line,Sarah married Patrick J.Ryan bn Oct 1863 of Ontario,Canada.His parents came from Ireland Dennis E.Ryan.At some point they were in Michigan where I assume Partick and Sarah met.Most of their children were born in Michigan but the last one.Howard Edwin who changed his middle name in his early 20's to Edward.For some reason he was called "Pat".Howard was born 10 April 1895 in hio.Howard is my husbands grandfather.He married Martha Irene Harper bn 18 May 1908 in Tuscarawas Cnty.,Ohio. Partick died 1935 in Massillon,Stark Cnty.,Ohio,Sarah I don't have death dates for yet.I believe they are buried in Massillon City Cemetery. My husband's Uncle Jim may have some pictures of Sarah and Pat.He lives in Arizona and doesn't have a scanner.Uncle Jim also just turned 70 but he does have a computer.Uncle Jim says they had 12 or 13 children,Howard being the last born that I know of. Howard and Martha had 3 children 2 sons James and William( Bill) and a daughter who didn't live but a couple of days or died at birth,The family is unsure.Howard was also married for a couple of years before he married Martha to a Dorothy Hartmanthey divorced..They had at least 1 child. Sarah and Patrick married in Michigan .Sadly I only have the names of 3 other of the children they had
William 1890 Mich.
Jesse F. 1891 Mich
Christina 1893 Mich
I have to email Uncle Jim and see if he knows the names of other children born to them. He is the one I got the Trickey name from.He did know his grandmother.His grandfather Pat died just 2 weeks before he was born in Mar of 1935.
William ( Bill ) is my father -in-law and sadly we are not on speaking terms.So I have to ask any questions of Uncle Jim he doesn't drink and has a fantastic memory.
I have read most of your postings for the Trickey family and printed them out so I can email them to Uncle Jim.He is very happy to know I'm doing their side of the tree.
Please email me at Stacy5449@aol.com instead of the addy above,I would really like to see some of the pictures that you mentioned in one of your postings,so will Uncle Jim.
I thank you for all the information you posted it really helped me out.
Stacy Mitchell-Ryan
(8) Christina Trickey 1873 CAN
(8) charles Trickey 1874 CAN

NOTE: George Trickey 1857 d 1911 bury Dobie Road cem Ingham co MI
Branch Co MI marriages
Luther Trickey, who had been here two or three years: 1840 genesee Co mI

4th MI calvary Civil War
Trickey, Henry Genesee Co. 19
Drummond Island Twp Cem Chippewa Co MI
Bessie E. [TRICKEY]
1889 - 1906
Myrtle M. [TRICKEY]
1915 - 1927
Father
Albert W. TRICKEY
1846 - 1911
Mother
Matilda E. TRICKEY
1855 - 1921

OLIVER EVA VIOLA OLIVER TRICKEY ARTHUR TRICKEY 12 APR 1868
I am searching for information on my great-grandparents, Julius Francis Zinda and Eleanore Blanche Trickey. They were married on 19 February 1912 in Waupun at the home of her uncle, Rufus H. Oliver on Brown Street. Her parents were S.F. Trickey and Emma D. Oliver. Theodore Pepouski and Anna Dennis were the witnesses of the marriage. Theodore worked with Julius at the prison. If I make contact with interested parties, I do have some photos (including one of Julius in his uniform from the prison and a wedding photo with Theodore and Anna) and a photocopy of their wedding book, which includes additional information

Notes:
Henry William Trickey and Tina Andrus had ten children . They moved to Aylmer Township , Tuscola County, Michigan between 1871 and 1873. She re-married to 20 May 1876 (ae 29) Oliver McNeil (ae 53 at marriage) She had two children with Oliver. Her third husband was John Gunsell. This information is from Kevin Trickey.
(7) Nancy Trickey
(7) Lucinda Trickey
(7) Wilson Trickey 1845 d 15 Apr 1883 = Alzina Nowlan Goff 29 Mar 1853 (per 1901 census) 31 Aug 1855 Yonge Mills Leeds ON (1881 census Escott Front Leeds ON) (Nowlan Goff = Huldah Cain)
(8) Flora Trickey 1873
(8) Norman Trickey 1876
(8) charles Trickey 1878
*Robert Cain born 10 March 1856
1891 Census - Yonge Front, Leeds Co.
Robert Cain b. 10 Mar. 1856, Ont. - Meth. Labourer (Isaac Cain c 1796 = Barbary) (John Cain = amey robbins)
(Father b. Ont. - Mother b. U.S.
Married - 3 Sept. 1883 to Alzina (Nolan Goff) Trickey
b. 31 Aug. 1855 at Yonge Mills
(Alzina - widow of Wilson Trickey (b. 1845) --
Trickey Children - Florence (Flora) b. ca 1873;
Norman b. 24 Mar. 1876; Charles Edward b. 18 Sept. 1878;
William Wilson b. 5 May 1881, Rockport, Ont.)
Cain Children - Clara b. ca 1886, Frank Edward b. 1 Mar. 1888, Mallorytown
William Cain b. ca 1869, Ont. - Labourer
(It appears that brother William was living with Robert's family
at time of 1891 census)
Researchers of this family -
Kevin Trickey, 312 Jackson, Delta, Ohio, 43515-1505 and
Sandra Crain, 8278 Maple Rd., Clay, N.Y., 13041
Martin Marzuk
857 S Euclid Elmhurst IL
601226
630 834 4387
mcmazurk@world.net.att.net
Gananoque Cemetery, Leeds County Ontario:
Frances Trickey 1907 - 1961 wife of Robert Henry Cain
Robert Henry Cain 1898-1981 (20 Oct 1897 (Lving next to James Ferguson 16 Sep 1823) (Robert Cain 10 mar 1856 = Alzina 29 mar 1853, Clara 15 Oct 1886, Fred Pearly Cain 12 Aug 1894, Eva May Cain 15 Nov 1893, Mary E Cain 16 nov 1895, Robert H Cain 20 Oct 1897) (Livng three houses from the Nowlans)
his wife June Bauder 1922-1993 [remember Amelia probably Trickey who married the Bauter in Jefferson NY, also sometimes spelled Bauder ?]
June G Bauder 1922-1993 wife of George White ---
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Suppose this George White is connected to Doreen Easter's ancestor George White who married Amelia Trickey's sister Alzina Trickey ?
(8) Florence "Flora" Trickey 13 October 1873 Rockport, Leeds County d 30 April 1960 in Potsdam, New York = 13 December 1892 at Sand Bay, Leeds County Uri Williams. He was born 9 October 1873 in Ontario d 20 December 1945 in Morristown, New York. They are buried at the Chippewa-Ingham (Sand Street Road) Cemetery, Morristown, New York.
(9) Frederick Williams born 2 December 1898 in Sand Bay, Leeds County; died 16 August 1950 in Brier Hill, New York. He is buried at the Chippewa-Ingham (Sand Street Road) Cemetery, Morristown, New York
(9) Raymond Williams 28 May 1902 Alexandria Bay NY d 22 Oct 1987 Jackson MI
(9) Muriel Williams d 1993 bur Evergreen Cem Canton NY
(8) Norman Trickey 24 Mar 1876 Rockfield North Escott ON d 21 Jan 1959 Cummin’s Home Spring Lake New York = 10 Feb 1898 Methodist church Parsonage Seely’s Bay, ON Olive A “Ollie” Covey 29 Dec 1874 Gananoque Leeds Co ON d 13 May 1932 Syracuse NY (Samuel Covey 5 Jul 1848 d 29 Jul 1912 near Athens ON = Hester Ann Donaldson 29 Jun 1845 Donaldson’s Bay Charleston Lake ON ) (Samuel Covey 1811/15 Scotland = Sarah Patterson )Census 1900 - Alexandria Bay, Jefferson County, New York:
EDS Sheet 14B, lines 77-80, #312-340 Trickey, Norman, Olive A., Brice W., Clayton E.
Covey, Alexander N. Y. 04.15.82 Gan. 24 09210/82
(Inf. Wm.)
Covey, James Que. 03.26.77 Y & E Tp 64 07143/77
Covey, William Picton, Ont. 02.22.80 R.Y & E Tp 13 07956/80
1881 Census Lansdowne Rear Township, page 28, Division 2
Samuel Covey, age 34, born Ontario 1848, labourer, origin Irish, Hester Covey, age 34, 1848, George Covey, age 14, Charles Covey, age 12, Mary Covey, age 9, Olive Covey, age 8, Ida Covey, age 7, Rinaldo Covey, age 3, and Adelbert Covey, age 1.
Pam Pratt has a copy of the church marriage certificate for Olive and Norman, obtained from the church in Seely's Bay, Ontario. E-mail Address(es): prattpam@hotmail.com
(9) Brice Wilson Trickey 9 Aug 1898 immigrated 1899 d 12 Oct 1964 North Rose Wayne Co NY = 1921 Watertown NY Evelyn Marie Masters 1902 (23 Oct 1898 d Aug 1980 Los Angeles CA)
(9) Clayton Earl Trickey 12 February 1900 Alexandria Bay, New York d 18 August 1971 Rush Township, Pennsylvania bur Susquahanna Farm Cemetery, Rush Township, Pennsylvania. = (1) 22 April 1917 in Watertown, New York Zada Helen Curry 24 January 1899 Wilna, New York d 25 May 1945 Battle Creek, Michigan. (2) 1938 NY Mrs. Cora Euretta (Stevens) Marsden 12 Dec 1908 Alexandria Bay d 9 Mary 1977 Lyons NY bur Huron Evergreen Cemetery, Wolcott, New York (Charles Augustus Smith Stevens 19 October 1873 CAN = Martha Euretta Hatch) (Thomas Hatch of Depauville NY= Elmira D) (Jeremiah Stevens = Mary Burtch) . Cora first married Herbert J. Marsden. It is unknown how the marriage ended.. Cora is buried in the. He married (3) c 1960 Nina L. Unknown 21 November 1902 in Towanda, Pennsylvania; d 24 January 1997 Montrose, Pennsylvania ae 94 bur Brookdale Cemetery, Liberty Township, Pennsylvania. (1920 Census - Watertown, Ward 9, Jefferson County, New York EDS Sheet 9A, lines 6-9, #135-200 Address: 614 Central Avenue Trickey, Earl, Zada, Gladys, Alice also lines 10, 11 #201Trickey, Brice, Olive)
(10) Gladys Mary Trickey born 3 October 1917 in Watertown, New York; died 15 July 1938 Solon, E. Freetown, New York. = Paul Robinson Garnsey 25 July 1934 in Clayton, New York. He was born 21 August 1911 in Clayton, New York; died 24 March 1992 in same location. I believe Gladys and Paul were divorced. She married (2) Aden Gilbert 17 February 1938 in Great Bend, Pennsylvania. He was born 13 September 1891 in Solon, New York; died 27 October 1968 in Cortland, New York. It is reported that she committed suicide shortly after marrying Aden. She is buried at McGrawville Rural Cemetery, McGraw, New York.
(11) Thomas Feline Garnsey
(11) James Burdette Garnsey Following his mother's death, he was adopted by his aunt, Alice and her husband Leon. This is the same person as James (Garnsey) Bracke)
(10) Alice June Trickey born 13 June 1919 in Watertown, New York.= (1) 7 June 1937 Orleans, LaFargeville, New York Virgil C. Robbins d 12 June 1940 in Watertown, New York. (2) 8 August 1940 North Little Rock, Arkansas Leon Louis Bracke 21 March 1916 in Rochester, New York d 2 August 1997 in Battle Creek, Michigan.
(12) James Burdette Garnsey Bracke Private
(12) Donald Lee Bracke Private
(12)Thomas Michael Bracke Private
(10) John Curry Trickey born 15 November 1920 at Watertown, New York; living in Delta, Ohio. He married Priscilla Harriett Riley 24 November 1943 at Watertown, New York. She was the daughter of Elmer Ceylon Riley and Jennie Pearl Murphy. She was born 23 January 1924 at Watertown, New York; living in Delta, Ohio.
(11) Carol Lee Trickey born Private She married George William Recker Private
(11) John Ralph Trickey born 24 February 1947 in Watertown, New York; died 23 January 1990 in Miami, Florida. He married Donna Rose Sigourney Private He is buried at Brookside Cemetery, Watertown, New York.
(11) Betty Jane Trickey born Private. = (1) Gary VanBrocklin (2) Ronnie Lee O'Connor Private
(11) Kevin Paul Trickey 7 Feb 1965
(11)
(10) Robert Leroy Trickey Private = (1) Ruth Jennings DSP (2) Marilyn Joyce Keefer Private.
(11) Gary Robert Trickey Private = Sandra Quercia Gardner Private
(11) Edward James Trickey Private
(11) Sheila Marie Trickey Private
(10) Clayton Earl Jr. Trickey Private. He married (1)Jo Ann Marie Bettis Private and (2) Debra Jean Rehrauer Private
§ Children of Clayton and Ann:
§ Brenda Jane Trickey Private
§ Michael Dennis Trickey Private
§ David Wayne Trickey Private
§ James Edward Trickey Private
§ Children of Clayton and Debra:
§ Amanda Jo Trickey Private
§ Christina Lynn Trickey Private
§ Rebecca Jean Trickey Private
(8) Charles Edward Tickey 18 Sep 1878 d 23 Jul 1945 =11 Mar 1904 Gananoque ON Margaret Cross 2 Apr 1878 Sand Bay Leeds ON d 20 Aug 1961
(9) Bertha Trickey 1904 d 1981
(9) William Trickey 1905 d 1985
(9) Vernell Trickey c 1906 d 17 Jun 1916
(9) Alzina Trickey c 1907 d 28 Apr 1934
(9) Frances Viola Trickey 8 Jun 1907 Sand Bay Leeds ON d 23 Jul 1961
(9) Robert Trickey 8 apr 1918 Gananoque Leeds ON 11 Jul 1994
(9) Claude Trickey 1920 d 1987
(8) William Wilson Trickey 5 May 1881 Rockport ON d 16 Jun 1953 North Watertown Cem Watertown NY = c 1913 Watertown NY Gertrude May Marks 2 Sep 1890 courtland NY d 15 Mar 1938 625 West Prospect St, Watertown, NY (Charles A Marks = Harriet)
(9) Charles W Trickey 9 Sep 1914 d 14 Jul 2001 Glen Park Jefferson Co NY = 28 Jan 1940 First Presbyterian Chapel Watertown Flossie “Tot” Perrin 4 Jun 1920 Watertown Jefferson Co NY d 2 Jul 1997 Glen Park, Watertown bur Brookside Cem Watertown Jefferson co NY (Nathan Perrin 7 Nov 1885 Ogdensburg = Flossie Augustus 18 Jun 1896 Watertown Jefferson Ny)
(10) Living Trickey (f)
(10) Living Trickey (f)
(10) Living Trickey (f)
(7) Amelia Trickey Dec 1846 living Bellingham WA 1910 res 1817 Julia Ave Bellingham WA d 20 Feb 1916 Port Angeles, WA, age 75 yrs, 9 mos. 9 days - buried Bayview Cemetery, Bellingham = John Henry Bauter Jun 1842 Orleans Jefferson Co NY - died Aug 6, 1909; age 68 yrs, 1 mon, 20 days - buried Bayview Cemetery ( Henry Bauter c 1815 =Mary Dillenback) (Frederick Bauter 1789 Montgomery co NY d 2 May 1863 = Mary 26 Dec 1785)
(8) Mary Emeline Bauter 1867 = 17 Jul 1886 Manistee MI John Lewis Pocquette 1862
Packett, John Lewis Packett (Canada)24, Mary Emaline Banter 19,Manistee,,17 Jul 1886,,
Pocquette, Levi - student; boards at 1817 Cowgill Ave.
Pocquette, Lewis - boomman; home 1817 Cowgill Ave
Pocquette, William - student; boards at 1817 Cowgill Ave
(9) Six Children
Note: John Pocquette was born to Louis and Mary 30 Aug 1887 Manistee MI
Pocquette, John - machinist; boards at 1817 Cowgill Ave
Pocquette, Levi - boards 1817 Cowgill Ave
Pocquette, Lewis - boomman; home 1817 Cowgill Ave

Note: James Pocquette Driver 6813 S Union = Florence 1972 Directory Tacoma WA
(8) Dora Bauter 1869/70
(8) Rosetta Bauter Oct 1879 = Adolph close 1877 (Adolph J Close d 1994) (Louis Close 1831 BEL works in saw mill = Rosalie N 1842 BEL, Fred Close 1875) (1930 census Clallam WA)
NOTE: Adolph Close 14 Sep 1919 d 25 Apr 1994 Clallam WA
(9) Louis “Lewis” Close 19 Apr 1915 d Oct 1982 Bellevue King Co WA
Probate Calendar Manistee co MI
Close, Adolphus Joseph 558-338
Close, Louis Joseph 662-340

Close, Adolph Banters (Bauteis?), Rosella 3 184


1870 Orleans, Theresa Post office, Jefferson County NY

Bauter, John H., 29, b NY, farmer
Bauter, Amelia, 28, born CAN
Bauter, Mary E, 2, born NY
Bauter, Dora, 1, born NY
Trickey, Elzina, 16, born CAN, domestic servant
McDaniel, Edward, 12, born NY, works on farm

1880, Manistee, Manistee, Michigan

Bauter, John, 38, b NY, parents b NY, farmer
Bauter, Amelia, 37, B NY. parents b NY
Bauter, Mary E, 13, daughter, b NY
Bauter, Dora, 10, dau, b NY
Bauter, Rosetta, 7mo b Oct [79] b MI
Ellis, Reuben?, 22?, b CAN, boarder, parents born Eng, labourer
1900 Manistee, Manistee, MI

Bauter, John , 57, b June 1842, b Orleans, fr brn Orleans, mother b NY state, married 34 yrs, carpenter
Bauter, Amelia, 53*, b Dec 1846*, wife, b NY, parents b NY, marr 34 yrs, mother of 3, 3 living
Bauter, Rosetta, 20, b Oct 79, dau
*could be age 58, born Dec 1841, hard to read
City Directory (Bellingham Washington)
1907
Bauter, Frank - laborer, Earle Mill; boards at 1914 Donovan Av
Bauter, John H - carpenter; home 636 21st

Close, Adolph J. - trimmer, E. K. Wood Lumber Co.; home 1126 21st

Pocquette, John - machinist; boards at 1817 Cowgill Ave
Pocquette, Levi - boards 1817 Cowgill Ave
Pocquette, Lewis - boomman; home 1817 Cowgill Ave

1908
Bauter, Frank - resawyer - home 1914 Donovan Ave.
Bauter, John H. - carpenter - home 1006 15th

Close, Adolph - laborer; boards at 928 14th
Close, Adolph J. - machinist; home 1126 21st

Pocquette, Levi - student; boards at 1817 Cowgill Ave.
Pocquette, Lewis - boomman; home 1817 Cowgill Ave
Pocquette, William - student; boards at 1817 Cowgill Ave

1909
Bauter, Frank - sawyer, Puget Sound Mills & Timber Co.; home 1914 Donovan Ave
Bauter, John H. - carpenter; home 1006 15th

Close, Arthur L. - brakeman, Bellingham Bay and British Columbia Railroad; rooms at 905 1/2 Elk

Pocquette, John - fireman; boards at 1312 1/2 McKenzie Ave
Pocquette, Louis - boomman, Puget Sound Mills & Timber Co; home 1312 1/2 McKenzie Ave
Pocquette, William - student; 1312 1/2 McKenzie Ave

1910
Bauter, Amelia (widow John H.); 1006 15th
Bauter, CArrie (widow Frank); 1817 Julia Ave

Close, Adolph J. - laborer, E.K. Wood Limber Co.; boards at 1006 15th
Close, Arthur L. - brakeman, Bellingham Bay & British Columbia Railroad Co.; home 1422 Elk

No Pocquette

Whatcom Co Cemetery records:

Bauter, Amelia (sp John H.) born MI; died Feb 20, 1916 in Port Angeles, WA, age 75 yrs, 9 mos. 9 days - buried Bayview Cemetery, Bellingham

Bauter, Frank - died Mar 3, 1910; age 37 yrs, 2mos, 1 day - buried Bayview Cemetery

Bauter, John H. (sp Amelia) - died Aug 6, 1909; age 68 yrs, 1 mon, 20 days - buried Bayview Cemetery

Bauter, Laurel Melroy, Sr. (sp Maxine) - born Jan 1930 in Bellingham; died Aug 2, 1958 in Renton, WA - buried Bayview Cemetery

The following Bauters are listed in the Whatcom Co Cemetery records:

Charles
Colleen Dickson
J, MArie Hunter
Lee F.
Maureen Lee
Maxine
Roy J.
Ruth Elliott
son

The following Close names are listed in the Cemetery Records:
Abner S.
Alice Isabella
Charles C.
Christina
Eleanor J.
George
Hanna
Katherine E.
Myrtle G.
Richard John
Torisa

Hope this helps.

Rick



1911
Bauter, Amelia (widow John H.); 1817 Julia Ave

Pocquette, Lewis (Mary E.) - boom foreman; 1807 Julia Ave

1912
No Bauter
no Close
no Pocquette
NOTE: 1921 directory of Tacoma WA show a James (jas) Pocquette and wife Florence living at
6813 South Union Ave
1910, Bellingham, Whatcom Washington

Bauter, Amelia, head, 64, Wd?, born NY, parents born NY, mother of 3, 3 living
Pocquette, Mary, 48, marr, born NY, parents b NY, mother of 6, 6 living, marr 23 yrs
Close, Adolph, son in law, 38, born MI, parents born unknown, marr 9 yrs
Close, Rosetta, daughter, 30, born MI, parents born NY, marr 9 yrs, 0 children
Check out Jacob Dillenback who married ___Bauter, daughter of Adam Bauter and Catherine Wagner… Adam is likely brother of Frederick as he was born in Montgomery Co NY 1775. son of Uriah Bauter.

Oh my gosh, my gr grandfather, Sheldon Miller, was living in Bellingham, Whatcom Co., WA, from shortly after 1907 when his wife died until his death in 1930. His daughter, Lydia, had married a James Olmsted and they had moved to Bellingham before 1907.

You're right, on the 1870 New York census it is Bauter. The copy I have is very small and I was trying to read it with a magnifying glass.


MARIA BAUDER b: 24 Jun 1812 d: 12 Feb 1854 married JACOB DILLENBACK b: 6 Dec 1806 Stark, Herkimer Co. d: 25 May 1881 Steuben Co. NY. They were married abt 1830. They had 11 children:
(*)Uriah Bauter was born in Germany or Holland (not sure which) in 1754.
He with two brothers came to America while young men, and he and one
brother engaged in farming while the other brother became a blacksmith,
became wealthy and died a bachelor. Uriah also became prosperous and
owned a large tract of land. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary war
and during his absence in the war, his wife and 5 children were taken
prisoners by Indians and Tories. The wife and 4 children were released
but the oldest son, a boy of 9 years, was taken to Canada and held for
12 years, then he was escorted back to his own home by a Tory, who was
one of the capturing party and who returned before his identity became
known. The young man was accidentally killed, at a raising, soon after
his return.
I am looking for information on John Bauder who was married to Angelica Lasher, who had a son Frederick Bauder bn 7 July 1792 died 3 May 1863, Orleans, Jefferson Co., NY., married Maria Dillenbach 25 Feb 1772 (her parents were John Baltazar Dillenbach and Anna Maria Metzger) 21 July 1811, NY. Their children were:
1. Anna Maria bn Dec 9 1812 Montgomery Co., NY., Bpt. Stone Arabia, NY died 27 Sept 1876 Camden Oneida Co., NY married Stephen Cain (13 Mar 1810) 11 April 1833 Root, Montgomery Co., NY buried in Forest Park Cemetery, Camden Oneida Co. NY
2. Heinrich bn 23 Feb 1816
3. Johann bn 1 June 1818
4. Jacob bn 21 Nov 1819
5. Fredrich bn 16 Jan 1823
6. Angelina bn 24 Sept 1828
7. Malachi bn 25 Jul 1830

(Angeline E Bauter = Alanson West) Angeline was a daughter of Frederick Bauter of Orleans.
Alanson West was born in Lee, Mass., in 1787. When he was young his parents removed to Oneida County, N.Y., and in 1810 he located in Jefferson County. He served in the War of 1812, and participated in the battle of Sackets Harbor. He married Harriet, daughter of Amos Barnes, in 1815, and they had two sons and three daughters, of whom two daughters died in infancy; Adaline C. died at the age of 57 years; and Edwin S. and William L. survive. The latter received a good common school education, and taught school four winters. In 1854 he married Angeline E., daughter of Frederick Bauter, of Orleans, and they have had five children-- a son and a daughter deceased, and Alanson, Arthur, and Mary A., who reside with their parents in this town.
Name Age M/F Race Occ. Land Per. Born Male Over 21Baxter, John H, 29, M, white, Farmer, 200, 600, New York, x Amelia, 28, F " Keeping House Canada Mary E, 2, F " New YorkDora, 1, F " New Y (Father & Mother Foreign BornTrickey, Elzina, 16, F " Servant Canada x McDaniel, Edward, 12, M " Works on farm New York x x
Packett, John Lewis Packett (Canada)24, Mary Emaline Banter 19,Manistee,,17 Jul 1886,,
1880 census Mainistee, Mainistee Co MI John H Banter 38 NY, Amelia 37 NY, Mary E Banter 13 ny, Dora Banter 10 NY, Rosette Banter ae 8 months MI)
In 1870, census, Orleans, Jefferson County NY census, roll 945 page
527A I found Elzina Trickey, 16, born Can, domestic servant. I think
is is likely Alzina d/o Thomas and Emeline. She is not living with
Emeline [who by then is a widow] in the 1871 Ontario census. The family
she is living with is Amelia [28 born CAN] and John [29 born NY] Bauter,
Bauder or Baxter---kind if hard to read. I checked the Jefferson Cty
genweb and all 3 of these surnames are found in the County. Now I'm
wondering if Amelia Bauter/Bauder or/Baxter is Amelia Trickey, older
sister of Alzina. She was born around 1839 per 1851 & 1861 Ont census,
so age 28 in 1870 is close enough for me. I have tried the 1880 census
without much success, although I did find a John and Amelia Baxter in
Antwerp, Jefferson NY & the data is sort of close, but this Amelia shows
both parents born NY. In 1880 the name does appear clearly to be Baxter.

Think I found the Bauters in both 1880 and 1900 census, and now am
> begining to wonder if Amelia Bauter is Amelia Trickey d/o Thomas & Emeline.
>
> In 1880 the Bauters [called "Banter" on the on line index] are farming
> in Manistee, Manistee Michigan p 55b. Amelia now shows her place of
> birth as NY, and both parents born NY.
>
> In 1900 she is a widow, and living in Bellingham, Whatcom Washington
> with two of her daughters and a son in law. Once again she shows that
> she was born in NY as were both her parents.
>
> Amelia Trickey d/0 Thomas & Emeline was born Canada per Ontario
> census records. Might still be her--I'll see what more I can find.

375 BANTER, Frank Minor. John Banter, of East Lake is named Guardian to Frank on 22 Jun 1891. A note is made on a piece of paper that Mrs. Carrie Johnson, widow of Frank Banter, resides at 18214 Wilson Ave. So., Bellingham, WA. There is no date on the paper.
Bauter (Banter?), Frank 276-141
Bauter, Charles Nels 111-56
Josehke (?), Mary C. Banter (?), Frank 3 143

NOTE: Ferdinand Bauter c 1831 also fought in the 10th HA
John Bauter 10th Aug 29 1864 1Y Omar W 1000 S Henry
Orleans NY Inf Jeff Co NY Mary Dillenback dischgd June 23d 1865 with Regt
1841 New York State Private Farmer P.O. Adress Omar NY
BAUTER,HENRY DIED 7JAN1874 57Y 10M 7D SAND HILL
BAUTER, Laurel Melroy "Mel" age 28, of Renton, passed away in Renton Saturday, Aug 2, (1958). Mr. Bauter had formerly resided in Bellingham for 25 years, having resided in Renton for the past three years. Survivors are his widow, Maxine; one son, John and one daughter Nancy, all at home; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bauter of Bellingham; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Elliott; one brother, Alvin E., of Sumas; 3 sisters, Mrs. Lenabelle Belfield of Fairbanks, Alaska, Miss Rosemary Ann Bauter of Renton and Miss Diane Ruth Bauter of Bellingham; grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Hancock of Bellingham. The remains will be received by the Jones Funeral Home where services will be conducted by the Rev. George Ackley Friday, Aug. 8 at 3 p. m., followed by cremation.
BAUTER, Roy J., age 82, of 2219 B St., passed away Sun. Jan. 11, 1987. A lifetime Bellingham resident, he is survived by 3 daughters, Iola "Lenabelle" Bauter of Hamilton, Wa., Rosemary Ann Lindquist of Lynnwood, Wa. & Diane Bauter of Mt. Vernon; 1 son, Alvin Bauter of Sumas; 16 grandchildren; 18 greatgrandchildren; dear friends Hector & Mary Lou Valdez & children; 2 sisters, Eva Wyman & Irma Leonard, both of City; 3 brothers, Bud Johnson, Lee Baxter [Bauter], both of City & Ray Lingbloom of Tacoma. Mr. Bauter was preceded in death by his wife, Ruth Elliott Bauter in Sept. 1980, son, Melroy Bauter, mother Carrie Hancock, sister, Ada Hopcroft & brother Harlem Johnson. At his request no services will be held. Cremation Greenacres Crematorium. Jones Funeral Home. [born June 1, 1904 in Bellingham.]
BAUTER, Ruth E., age 73 of 2219 'B' Street, passed away Mon., Sept. 22, 1980. Mrs. Bauter was a member of Calvary Temple and a 57 year resident of this community. She is survived by her husband Roy J.; son Al & wife Arlene Bauter of Sumas; 3 daughters, Rosemary Goodman, Diane Bauter, both of City; Ole Moore of Hamilton, Wash.; 16 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; 2 brothers, Frank & wife Elaine Elliott of Honolulu, Hawaii; Harry & wife Laura Elliott of Quilcene, Wash.; sister Lena & husband Frank Cammack of City; numerous nieces & nephews. At her request there will be no service. Cremation Greenacres Crematorium. Memorials may be made to the March of Dimes or a favorite charity. Arrangements by Jones Funeral Home. [born April 8, 1907 in Ontario, Canada.]
(7) Lewis Thadius Trickey
NOTE: Lewis T Trickey 1846 Ny enlisted 16 Feb 1864 Civil War Watertown Jefferson co NY 10th NY HA d 1930
NOTE: a Lewis Trickey married 1880 in Lanark ON Dariah Belle Massey 1 Dec 1862 d 18 Feb 1957 Rockford IL (William Massey = Catherine Brown) NOTE: Dariah married again by 1890 so Lewis may have died, she married three more times.
NOTE: Lewis Trickey 23 Mar 1850 = Alice Hollingsworth 27 Jun 1870 Leeds ON d 1946 Leeds (living next to Wilson Mallory 27 dec 1858) (William John Hollingsworth 9 Agu 1841d 9 Mar 1915 Escott ON = 5 May 1868 North Augusta Leeds co ON Harriet Martha Davis
Howard Trickey 6 Jul 1894
George Trusdell 25 Mar 1885 living with them

Wilson Mallory 27 Dec 1858 = Lucy 18 Feb 1864
Wilson B Mallory 31 May 1886
Chester H Mallory 20 Jul 1888
Amy Ann Mallory 15 May 1890
Henry Judd Mallory 13 Apr 1894
Moreen Mallory 6 Jan 1900

1930 census Jefferson co NY
Henry J Mallory c 1894
Mary E Mallory c 1897
Wilson Mallory 1915
Mary V Mallory 1918
Thomas R Mallory 1921
Henry J Mallory 1925
Joseph A Mallory 1927
John A Mallory 1924
Wilson Mallory 1858
Lucy Mallory 1865
Allison Mallory 1882

1887 FETTERLY,WILSON E. 37 THERESA NY ENGINEER ORLEANS FETTERLY,JOHN TIMMERMAN,ALZINA TRICKEY,ELIZABETH 30 THERESA N.Y. CANADA TRICKEY,ORDELL THISMORE, Lucinda

Victoria M Trickey 6 Nov 1896 d 15 Jun 1976 = Michael E Burns 26 may 1986 d 24 Aug 1954 bur Catholic Cem

NOTE: Minnie Trickey 14 Mar 1866 d 17 Oct 1964 bur Omar Cem Jefferson Co NY = Frank Carlisle 13 Dec 1858 Orleans Jefferson Co NY d 30 May 1942 bur Omar Cem Jefferson co Ny (Dr Eber S Carlisle 1814 MA doctor d 5 mar 1889 ae 75 Omar Cem = Lucy P Brown 1819 NY d 28 Jan 1904 bur Omar Cem; Mary E Carlisle 1861 d 1930 )
History of Depauville Jefferson Co NY
the early thirties Dr. Carlisle had a house built near it and started a water cure. He had several invalid boarders but for want of capital and advertising it proved unsuccessful and the house was moved away to be used as a farm house. The water there has the same properties as the Massena spring water. An expert could not distinguish the difference.
Underground Railroad: Florence Leiterman and her mother moved to the Dintleman house across the street from the cemetery entrance from the family farm that was in the civinity of the famed mineral spa operated by Dr. Carlisle in the mid-1800s. Near this place was the farm of the Sternberg family. Major Sternberg was a veteran of the Civil War and, while on duty at a camp near military installations around Washington, returned to the farm after the war and brought with him what was thought to be the first "slave" in the area. He was found hiding near the camp and although only about 10 years old, had run away from the owner of the slaves who were his parents. He was befriended by the soldiers and later returned with Major Sternberg and worked on the farm. He married a woman from Watertown when he grew up.
It was reported that a "station" of the underground railroad was operating in the Perch River section and another such "station" near St Lawrence Corners where runaway slaves could easily cross to freedom in Canada.

Jefferson Co Farm Directory
Carlisle, Frank C. Minnie 4 Owned 150 hay/dairy RFD 1, Alexandria Bay Orleans

Jennie Carlisle 10 May 1903 Fisher’s Landing d 9 Apr 1996 bu Omar cem =29 Aug 1927 Herschel Hotis 15 Nov 1905 d 4 Apr 1971 bur Omar Cem
Lawrence H Carlisle 18 oct 1892 d 14 Aug 1972 bur Omar Cem =24 feb 1917 Hattie R Porter 1898 d 1986 bur Omar Cem (was she daughter of Thomas Porter?)
Lawrence H Carlisle Jr 17 Jan 1928 =11 Jun 1954 Francis L Stanford 1934
NOTE: Raymond F Carlisle 1918 d 17 Feb 1981 bur Omar Cem = 11 Jun 1941 Corrine A Pearce 21 Aug 1923 d 24 Feb 1996 bur Omar Cem
NOTE: Gary C Carlisle 1946 = Sharon M 1943
Lori Sue Carlisle 1970
Brayton C Carlisle 15 Jun 1898 d 14 Apr 1965 = 29 Nov 1929 Winnie C Walrath 31 Jan 1905 d 1 Aug 1982 bur Omar Cem Jefferson Co NY
Allyn B Carlisle 25 Feb 1934 d 5 May 1980 bur Omar Cem
Leslie E Carlisle 1888 d 1969 bur Omar Cem = 5 Dec 1914 Elsie E Greene 1883 d 1963 bur Omar Cem Jefferson Co NY
Farm Directory Jefferson Co NY
Carlisle, Leslie E. Elsie E. WOS 262 hay/oats/dairy RFD 1, LaFargeville Orleans

Arthur P Carlisle 1906 d 4 Jun 1975 = 23 Sep 1929 Margurita L Schultz 20 May 1909 d 9 May 1995 bur Grove Cem (____Schulz = Ina Hofferbeth
Roger Carlisle
There was a special number by the choir and then there came the much looked for event of the day---the service when Roger Carlisle, ten-months old son of Arthur and Margaret Carlisle, was presented for baptism. Interest centered in this because when the church was dedicated on Nov. 17, 1861, Margaret Bickelhaupt was presented by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bickelhaupt, for baptism. Mrs. Margaret Bickelhaupt Offerberth is still alive, in good health and residing in Redwood.
Roger is her great grandson and it was a most unusual event in that members of four generations of the family were present. Besides Mrs. Hofferberth there were present Mrs. Ina Hofferberth Shultz, her daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlisle, parents of the boy. Mrs. Carlisle is Mrs. Shultz’s daughter.

Lafargeville, May 21. -- Mrs. Louise R. Schulz, 75, who resided on a farm on the Carter street road, about four miles from this village, died at 2:45 (ES.T.) this morning in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, where she had been a patient since Wednesday. Death followed a brief illness. Mrs. Schulz had been suffering from a complication of ailments. She was the widow of Karl Frederick Schulz, who died in 1935 at the home of a granddaughter, Mrs. Arthur Carlisle, near Alexandria Bay. She was born in Germany, Dec. 15, 1862, a daughter of the late Michael and Barbara Wolf Vogt. She was married to Karl Frederick Schulz in 1881 and they came to this country the same year. Since then she had resided in this section. Mrs. Schulz was a member of the Evangelical Concordia Lutheran church of Watertown. She was a cousin of the pastor of that church, Rev. Frederick K. Vogt. Surviving her are seven sisters, Mrs. Conrad Poth, Pamelia; Mrs. Conrad Quencer, Evans Mills; Mrs. Lena Quencer, Limerick; Mrs. Henry Flath, Redwood; Mrs. Charles Dorr and Mrs. George Hagen, Lafargeville, and Mrs. Arthur Carlisle, near Alexandria Bay; three great-grandchildren and several nephews and nieces. Her son, Jacob F. Schulz, Lafargeville, died in the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, May 20, 1929, of injuries received when he was kicked by a horse at his farm. Funeral services for Mrs. Schulz will be held t the home Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. (ES.T.) Rev. Mr. Vogt, her cousin, will officiate. Burial will be made in Grove cemetery of this village.

Eugene U Carlisle 29 Aug 1901 Orleans Jefferson co NY d 16 Sep 1992 Watertown Jefferson NY = 3 Oct 1931 Plessis Jefferson Co NY Pauline Sweet 7 May 1907 Alexandria Bay d 29 Jun 1996 bur Omar Cem
"Funeral Is Today for Eugene U. Carlisle, 91

ALEXANDRIA BAY -- The funeral for Eugene U. Carlisle, 91, Route 12, former operator of the Bridge View Motel, will be at 2 p.m. today at T. R. Jetty Funeral Home, Clayton, with the Rev. Joseph De Groote, pastor of the Clayton United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Omar Cemetery. "Mr. Carlisle died Wednesday evening at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown.
"Contributions may be made to the LaFargeville Volunteer Ambulance Fund or the Omar United Methodist Church. "Surviving are his wife, Pauline; a sister, Mrs. Herschel (Jennie) Hotis, LaFargeville, and nieces and nephews. "Four brothers, Lawrence, Brayton, Leslie and Arthur, all of the town of Orleans, died previously. "He was born Aug. 29, 1901, in the town of Orleans, a son of Frank and Minnie Trickey Carlisle. He attended area schools. "He married Pauline Sweet Oct. 3, 1931, in Plessis with the Rev. William Hancock officiating. "Mr. Carlisle was engaged in dairy farming for many years and was a self-employed carpenter. He and his wife also owned and operated the Bridge View Motel on Route 12 for 30 years, retiring in 1974. "Mr. Carlisle was a 50-year member of the Grange and a member of the Demeter Club. He was also a member of the Omar United Methodist Church, the 1000 Islands Senior Citizens Club and the Clayton Masonic Lodge."
(7) Sheldon Y Trickey 10 Jul 1850 d 12 Apr 1923 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson Co NY = 1872 Christine Elizabeth Landon 1853 Wells Island Jefferson NY d 1925 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY (Augustus Landon 10 feb 1833 d 10 Oct 1909 = Harriet Ducolon 1 Jul 1836 d 16 May 1929 ) TRICKEY, SHELDON, (Alexandria Bay) laborer, h and lot off Walton. NOTE: Sheldern Trickey 1845 CAN = Christin 1855 CAN (1880 census Alexandria Jefferson NY) (NOTE: Harriet Ducolon is probably daughter of Stephen Ducolon and Salachy Mallory)
"Sheldon Trickey, died at the home of his son, Berton E. Trickey on Church St., Thursday afternoon, April 12 at 1:05 aged 77 years, 9 months and 2 days. Mr Trickey was born at Escott, Ont., the son of Thomas and Emeline Wells Trickey. His early life was mostly spent at Flint, Mich. In 1872, he married Christine E. Landon, daughter of Augustus and Harriet Duclon Landon. Moving to Alexandria Bay in 1876, he entered the employ of Delos Davis and was later with Charles Walton making daily trips to the Springer sawmill. He also for a number of years furnished coal for the "Island Wanderer" and the "New Island Wanderer." He was for years night watchman and lamplighter of the old village street lights and for some time sexton of the cemeteries in this vicinity. Surviving are his widow, a daughter Mrs. George Ormsby and two sons, Berton E. and Charles Trickey of Alexandria Bay and two sisters, Mrs. Alzina White of Rockport, Ont. and Mrs. George Drake of Alexandria Bay and a brother, Lewis Trickey of Malorytown, Ont. Funeral services were held at the home of his son, Berton E. Trickey and 2 PM on Sunday, Rev. Paul Malefyt officiating, Interment was made in Highland Park Cemetery."
# 1 enumerated 23 ? August 1860. Alexandria, Jefferson County NY. Augustus Landon age 27 b CAN farmer and Harriett 26 b NY with Thomas 5, Christine 3, James 1 and Eliza Ducolon, 19, born NY, servant. Right after them is Hiram Ducolon, 54, born CAN, farm laborer, and Palma? 48 born NY and Cornelia? (F), 8, born NY.
#2 enumerated 2 October 1860, Orleans, Jefferson Cty NY,
Augustus (24, b CAN) and Harriett (24,B NY) Landon, along with Thomas 8, Christine 6, Mary Jane 4 and James 1, are enumerated next to Hiram (50, B NY) and Sarah ( 50,B NY) Dukland, with Stephen 22, Eliza 20, Sarah 13, Cornelia 10, all born NY--suggesting that Hiram and Sarah/Palma are Harriett's parents. Guess both families must have moved between August and October and were enumerated twice. Its an interesting example though of the errors on census records--note the changes in names, ages, and place of birth between the 2 records
Rose M Trickey 1874 CAN
Charles Trickey 1876 CAN
Bertie E Trickey 1879 CAN
(8) Rose Trickey 1874 CAN
(8) Berton Eugene Trickey 6 Nov 1876 d 15 Jun 1969 bur church St Cem Alexandria NY =25 Aug 1905 Lovilla A Dobbins 11 apr 1888 d 25 Jan 1946 bur church St Cem Alexandria NY
(9) Mercedes E Trickie 21 May 1907 d 29 Mar 1982 bur Church St Cem Alexandria
" Berton Eugene Trickey, 92, of 121 Church St., retired carpenter and landscape gardener, died Sunday noon in Edward John Noble hospital, where he had been a patient one day following a long illness. Surving are a daughter, Mercedes E. Trickey, and nieces and nephews. Born Nov. 6, 1878 on Wellesley Iland, a son of Sheldon and Christine Landon Trickey, he attended Local schools. On Aug. 25, 1905, he married Lovilla Ann Dobbins in the Reformed Church of the Thousand Island with the late Rev. C.F. Benjamin officiating. She died Jan 25, 1946. He was in the boat bulding business with George Rogers. During World War II, he was employed by Hutchinson Boat Works. For 13 years he worked at the boat livery of Capt. C.S. Thompson. He was employed as a janitor for 19 years at Alexandria Bay Central School and as caretaker at Highland Park Cemetery. He was also employed by Ina Haas. He was a member of Alexandria Bay Masonic Lodge and Modern Woodmen of America. The funeral was Wednesday afternoon at Giltz funeral Home, Alexandria Bay, with Rev Adele Spencer, pastor of the Theresa Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial was in Church St. Cemetery."
(8) Charles Trickey 2 Jun 1876 d 6 Dec 1955 Highland cem Alexandria Jefferson Co NY =Apr 1902 Saranac Lake Jennie Elmira Hill 21 feb 1882 Clayton Jefferson co Ny d 26 may 1961 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY
(9) Rena Trickey c 1903 alexandria Bay Jefferson co NY d 1986
(9) Glenn E Trickey 19 Oct 1907 d 1 Apr 1987 Glen Park Jefferson NY

NOTE: A Charles W Trickey = 28 Jan 1940 Watertown Jefferson NY flossie Perrin 4 Jun 1920 Watertown NY d 7 Jul 1997 Watertown Ny (Nathan Perrin = flossie Augustus)
NOTE: John Curry Trickey 15 Nov 1920 Watertown Jefferson co NY = 25 Nov 1943 Watertown NY Priscilla Harriet Riley 23 Jan 1924 Watertown NY
Carol Lee Trickey 13 Nov 1944 Watertown NY =19Feb 1966 Watertown NY George William Recker 11 Feb 1943 Quincy IL
Elizabeth Ann Reckner 24 Mar 1968 Quincy iL
Christopher John Reckner 27 Apr 1971
Andrew William Bernard Reckener
John Ralph Trickey 24 Feb 1947 Watertown NY d 21 Jan 1990 Miami FL = 1 Oct 1966 Gouverneur NY Donna Rose Sigourney 21 Aug 1946 Gouverneur NY
Kelly Ann Trickey 5 Oct 1967 Gouverneur NY
Amy Jo Trickey 7 Jul 1970 Rutland Vt = Troy Michael Tortorich
Tristan James Tortorich 11 Dec 1997 Everett WA
Jamie Erin Tortorich 20 Apr 1999 Everett WA
Betty Jane Trickey 2 Mar 1951 Watertown NY = 13 Jan 1974 Ronnie Lee O’Connor
Andrea Michelle O’Connor 18 Feb 1976 Watertown NY
Aaron Marie O’Connor 31 May 1975
John Charles Michael O’connor 20 Jan 1980 Watertown NY
Kevin Paul Trickey 7 Feb 1965 Watertown


NOTE: John Trickey 1815 Ny = Nellie Freer 1819 Ny I am searching for information on John Trickey (born around 1810) possibly from the New England area. He married Nellie Freer who died later in Missouri (1862). They had four children John unmarried, A.I., Alice Looney Bowers, and Elias. A.I. married Gillette Smith daughter of Senator Albert Smith of N.Y. Elias married 1862 to Racheal Walker at Morgan Co. Missouri.
Lots of info down from here but nothing about John & Nellie. Thanks to anyone with info
MISC: PLANTZ, SYLVESTER, of Canton, N.Y., and ALTHA McNEIL of St. Regis Falls, by by Rev. S.M. Warn, of Methodist Episcopal Church of Philadelphia. 9 July 1886. Witnesses, Mrs. D.A. Warn, Master Fred N. Warn; Groom 23 next birthday; common laborer; born Harrisville; son of Nicholas and Sarah Dennis Plantz; first marriage. Bride, 17 next birthday; daughter of George and Lucy Trickey McNeil; born Hopkinton, first marriage.

NOT SURE About:
(8) John R Trickey 1878 d 1936 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY = Blanche L 1888 d 1964 bur Highland Cem
(9) Jack A Trickey 1918 d 1992 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY (son of Jack A & Blanche)
(8) W Ralph Trickey 1876 d 1971 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY = 31 Dec 1940 Goldie E Trickey 19 Jan 1893 d Jul 1973 bur Highland Cem Alexandria Bay Jefferson co NY
(7) Mary Trickey c 1854? = (2) George Drake
(8) Tim Swart (grandson of Drake?)
Note I found Emeline [Wells] Trickey living in Alexandria Bay NY with
her daughter and son in law Mary and George Drake in 1900. Shows her
father was born in England and her mother was born NY----ya can't win !!!

I'll check a little further on Mary and George---he must be the second
spouse. In 1900 they are aged 55 and 46, have been married only 8 years,
yet Mary says she is the mother of 3 (2 living), and there is a
grandson in the household--Tim, Tom or Jim Swartz or Swart, age 7.
Mary J Drake 1920 census Jefferson Co NY
Mary Drake c 1833 1910 census Jefferson co NY
George Drake c 1845 Jefferson Co NY 1900 census

NOTE: A George Drake 14 Jul 1850 Jones Mills Jefferson NY = Mary Briant 14 Jul 1850 d 14 Dec 1914
DRAKE,MARY A. (BRIANT)WF GEO. 1850-1914 EVANS M.N

NOTE: George Drake 1850 Leray Jefferson co NY wife Lottie
Also: George E Drake 1856 widowed living in household of Henry Briant LeRay Jeffersn co NY

Peter Swart = charity d 11 Dec 1826 ae 48 Y bur Oxbow cem

James Swart = Gertrude Thayer
John Swart = Emily Kent d 24 mar 1891 (Benjamin Kent)
Mamie S Swart d 10 Jul 1910 ae 43 y 2 m =7 Oct 1890 Holland Dewey
Gertrude Swart = edgar A Burlingame
JOHN SWART was born in the town of Florida, and came to Clayton in 1856, where he now resides. He married Emily, daughter of Benjamin and Emily (Stephens) Kent, of Clayton, by whom he has two daughters, Gertrude and Mamie. Gertrude married Edgar A. Burlingame, who is one of the merchants of Clayton village.
NOTE: A Charles Swart 1848 NY = Gertrude 1850 (1880 census Alexandria Jefferson NY)
Asa Swart 1875
Charles 1878
Ella L Swart 1882 d 1915
Louis Swart 52 = Samantha 21 next door to charles

SWART,ASA 1875-1905 EVANS M.N
SWART,CHARLES H. 1878- EVANS M.N
SWART,ELLA L. 1882-1915 EVANS M.N

(8) Tim Swart 1893
NOTE: WWI draft Jefferson Co NY
Charles Swart
Charles Alexander Swart
Leon Swart

NOTE: Charles Swart
NOTE: Charles Swart 9 Nov 1897 NY d NOV 1964 FLA
NOTE: Leon Swart 5 Mar 1899 d Oct 1973 Spokane WA
Alexander Swart 1832 = Elizabeth 1838 (1880 Rodman Jefferson NY)
Julia Swart 1864
Charles Swart 6 Jun 1876 d 6 Dec 1953 = 29 Oct 1901 clara Green 19 Feb 1883 d 12 apr 1964
Note I found Emeline [Wells] Trickey living in Alexandria Bay NY with
her daughter and son in law Mary and George Drake in 1900. Shows her
father was born in England and her mother was born NY----ya can't win !!!

I'll check a little further on Mary and George---he must be the second
spouse. In 1900 they are aged 55 and 46, have been married only 8 years,
yet Mary says she is the mother of 3 (2 living), and there is a
grandson in the household--Tim, Tom or Jim Swartz or Swart, age 7.
John Moore was born in Lower Canada, near Elizabethtown. He was twice married, first, to Mary Trickey, who bore him one son, Hiram P., and second, to Angeline Tumery, by whom he had 14 children. Hiram P. Moore came to this town with his grandmother in 1837, and located on Wells Island, where he assisted in clearing 1,000 acres of land, before he was 19 years of age. He married Esther E., daughter of Ebenezer Eddy, one of the early settlers in this town, and they had born to them 15 children, three of whom died in infancy, and 12 survive, namely: Horace W., Thomas T., William W., Hiram N., Charles M., Sylvester T., Marian M., Willard R., Clarence W., Elizabeth L., Minnie E., and Mertie. Mr. Moore has resided upon Wells Island longer than any other person now living here.

(7) Alzina Trickey 18 Dec 1854 bur Rockport Cem d 1938 =3 Sep 1883 George Pennock White 12 Jul 1910
(8) Minnie White 9 Jun 1885 = Willliam George Telford Mallory
(8) Allen White 30 Apr 1896
(7) Sophronia Trickey 1862 d 14 Apr 1901 Alexandria Bay Jefferson Co NY bur Walton Street Cem = William Edward Quinn 1854 Landsdowne ON d 1903 bury Walton St Cem

QUINN,SOPHRONIA (TRICKEY)WF.Wm.E.1862-1901 WALTON ST

NOTE: William Quinn 1856 = Almedia 1858 (1881 Escott Front Leeds ON)
Daniel Quinn 1877
Martha Quinn 1880
Emoline Trickey widow 1817
(8) Daniel Wesley Quinn 16 Feb 1874 Alexandria Bay jefferson NY d 8 Oct 1952 Watertown Jefferson NY of heart ailment bur Palmyra Cem Jefferson Co NY = (1) 1893 (div) Lillian Shannon of Redwood (2) 1914 Nellie Holmes d 25 Dec 1932 (3) 5 Jun 1935 Mrs. Setha (Robbins) Belcher 6 Oct 1888 Jefferson Co NY d 2 mar 1947 (Eldridge Robbins = Ida)
(9) Leland Quinn
Boat Capt Watertown Daily Times - October 8, 1952 DANIEL W. QUINN AGED 78, EXPIRES
Retired St. Lawrence River Boat Captain Dies of Heart Ailment. Daniel Wesley Quinn, 78, of 820 Leon avenue, retired St. Lawrence river boat captain, died at the Mercy hospital at 8:40 this morning after an illness of three days. Death was due to a heart condition. Mr. Quinn suffered a heart attack last Sunday morning when he was taken to the Mercy hospital in critical condition.
Funeral services will be held at the Giltz funeral home, Alexandria Bay, at 9 Saturday, morning. Burial will be in the Palmyra cemetery. Surviving are a son by a first marriage, Leland Quinn, whereabouts unknown; a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Sweet, Alexandria Bay; a brother, William J. Quinn, Alexandria Bay; and a stepdaughter, Mrs. Lawrence (Veda) Christie, 820 Leon avenue, with whom he had been residing. Born in Alexandria Bay Feb. 16, 1874, a son of the late William Quinn and Saphronia (sic) Trickey Quinn, Daniel Quinn was educated in Alexandria Bay schools. He married the former Lillian Shannon, of Redwood, in 1893. The marriage ended in divorce. In 1914, he married the former Nellie Holmes, of Palmyra. She died Dec. 25, 1932.
On June 5, 1935, Mr. Quinn married Mrs. Setha Belcher, daughter of Eldridge and Ida Robbins, of Watertown. She died March 2, 1947. Mr. Quinn worked as a river boat guide and captain until his retirement five years ago. He was employed for the most part by owners of large pleasure vessels and once served as caretaker of the Schooner island property for the late E. H. Morris. He was also captain of the large yacht operated by the late Mrs. Emma Flower Taylor.
(8) Martha Quinn 1880 Alexandria Bay Jefferson Co NY d 1897 Alexandria Bay bur Walton Street Cem
(8) Elizabeth A Quinn 6 Dec 1882 Alexandria Bay Jefferson Co Nyd 22 May 1976 Alexandria Bay Jefferson NY bur Highlands Cem Jefferson NY = 4 Apr 1903 Edward James Sweet 1880
(9) Edward James Sweet JR 9 Mar 1907 marine engineer d 9 Nov 1978 Alexandria Bay Jefferson Co NY
bur Highland Cem = 4 Dec 1926 Alexandria Bay Jefferson NY Helen O’Brien 19 Apr 1910 Clayton Jefferson NY
(10) Living female
(10) Living female
(10) Living female
(10) James R Sweet 3 may 1928 d 28 Oct 1993 bur Highland Cem Jefferson NY
1000 Islands Sun - May 27, 1976
Mary Swan had a brother, Fred Swan, (who) owned a dry dock or shipyard in the Bay where he serviced steamboats and tug boats. Divers would go out and hook them up to the tugboats so they could be pulled into the dry dock. Edward worked part time for Fred as a diver and was also licensed to navigate certain weights. Edward made his first boat trip under Capt. A. R. Hinckley of Oswego. Edward would often roast corn on the boilers of the tourboat he piloted between Rockport (that’s across the St. Lawrence in Ontario, CAN) and the (Alexandria) Bay. Edward, Sr., was a tremendous boat rower. These days, before power boats, if you wanted to get anywhere, you had to row a boat, even downriver to Dark Island. He liked to fish. He married Eliza Quinn, daughter of Sophronia Trickey and William Quinn in 1903 in Plessis. They had one son, Edward James Sweet, Jr., on whom they showered many things that were first in the village. Edward, Jr. had a Harley Davidson motorcycle before any of the other boys in the village, a bicycle, etc. As a marine engineer, Edward Sr. made good money for those times. He often had “get rich quick” schemes. One of these was selling apples. He brought home 5 bushels of apples, figuring he could see them off and make a profit. Grandma Sweet, however, wound up making apple pies, apple butter, etc. because the deal fell through. Edward Sr. was the engineer on a ferry that ran from Alex. Bay to Rockport. Jimmy (is this a clue that someone closely related to James R. Sweet, Edward, Jr.’s son born 3 May 1928, was the person who wrote this piece --- perhaps Greta Slate , Jimmy’s sister, or Marley, another sister?) remembers going with his grandfather many times. Passengers who had brought sweet corn with them found they had to leave it on the boat due to customs restrictions. Often on the ride back, Grandpa Sweet (is the author speaking of Edward, Sr.?) would peel back the husks, dip the corn in river water and put it on the boilers to roast on the way home. They would often take their granddaughter, Greta Sweet, out fishing in the early morning, and made quite an event out of stopping at Mary’s Island for breakfast. (Is this another clue that it was Greta who wrote this?).
These breakfast picnics were memorable events and were a routine of theirs (sic) whenever they went fishing. He is remembered as never coming home empty-handed and Northern pike were his fishing specialty, usually capturing at least three. Edward’s last trip as marine engineer was under Capt. C. A. Massey of this village. (the author is undoubtedly speaking of Edward, Sr. here and 'this village' is probably Alexandria Bay) The last four years of their married life Edward and Eliza were caretakers on Dark Island, near Chippewa Bay. They stayed there summer and winter. Every week or two their son, Edward, would come down and bring them groceries in his in-and-out boat. Grandma Sweet (another clue? that this was written by one of Edward, Jr.’s ch.?) would sometimes come back and stay in the Bay just to get away from the island for awhile. Grandpa Sweet was a hard worker all his life. He worked for a time at the village pumping station, next to the municipal beach. Some days his manual labor would be difficult, especially in the below-zero frostiness of the north. He had several heart attacks in the spring of his last year (1944) while he was putting boats into the water. He died October 8, 1944, at his home on Walton Street in Alexandria Bay of a severe heart attack at the age of 64 and is buried in Highland Cemetery in Alexandria Bay next to Eliza.

With photo MRS. ELIZA SWEET Alexandria Bay -- Alexandria Bay's oldest resident Mrs. Eliza Ann Sweet, 94, of 18 Bethune St., died May 22 at E. J. Noble Hospital here. The funeral was Wednesday at the Giltz Funeral Home, Alexandria Bay with Rev. Betsye Mowry, pastor of the United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Highland Cemetery. Survivors include a son, Edward James Sweet of Alexandria Bay; four grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. A brother, William B. Quinn, died May 15, 1961. Mrs. Sweet was born in Alexandria Bay Dec. 6, 1881, daughter of William E. and Sophronia Trickey Quinn. She attended school in Alexandria Bay and was married to Edward J. Sweet Apr. 4, 1903 in the Plessis Methodist Church. He died Oct. 8, 1944. Mrs. Sweet was a member of the United Methodist Church
(8) William John Quinn 20 Jul 1884 d 15 May 1961 Jefferson Co Hospital
Watertown Daily Times - May 16, 1961 WILLIAM QUINN EXPIRES AT 76

Alexandria Bay, May 16. -- William J. Quinn, 76, a lifelong resident of this village, died Monday at the Jefferson County hospital where he had been a patient for four days. Mr. Quinn had been ill for nearly two years. He entered the Edward John Noble hospital on Jan. 2 and later was moved to the Ivey Nursing home. The funeral will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Giltz funeral home. Rev. Gayle B. Ruoff, pastor of the Alexandria Bay Methodist church, will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Park cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this afternoon and evening. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Edward (Eliza) Sweet, 37 Walton street, Alexandria Bay, and nieces and nephews.
William John Quinn was born July 20, 1884, at Alexandria Bay, the son of William E. and Sophronia Trickey Quinn. He attended the local school and was employed as a gardener for many years at the George C. Boldt estate. He later worked for the J. B. and R. L. Reid Lumber Mill and Putnam and Robinson Coal company.
NOTE: William J Quinn 4 mar 1919 d 18 Jul 1985 bur Highland Cem Jefferson Ny
(8) Almeretta Quinn 1887 d 1900 Alexandria Bay Jefferson Co NY bur Walton Street Cem

QUINN,ALMARETTA DAU.Wm.E.& SOPHRONIA 1887-1900 WALTON ST

(8) Dora Quinn 13 Jun 1885 Alexandria Bay Jefferson Co NY d 13 Jun 1939 Niagra Falls bur Riverdale Cem Nigara Co NY = 8 Jun 1904 Plessis Jefferson Co NY charles Vought Reid 25 Dec 1877 Niagra Falls ON CAN
(9) Lyla Helen Reid 23 Jan 1906 Niagra Falls NY = 1 Mar 1930 St Mary of the Cateract Niagra Falls NY charles Percy Lepresse 29 Jul 1900
(10) Charles Norman Lepresse Nov 1931
(10) Norman James Lepresse 15 Feb 1932
(10) Livng Lepress
(9) Grace M Reid 17 Jul 1904
(9) Living Reid
(9) Joseph Howard Reid 29 Aug 1913 Nigara Falls NY
(9) Livng Reid
(9) Living Reid
(9) Living Reid
(9) Daniel Eugene Reid 28 May 1921 Niagra Falls NY
(9) Living Reid
(9) Elizabeth Reid 26 Jan 1927
(9) Infant Reid 1929
(8) Cambell Quinn 26 Jul 1888 d 24 Sep 1972 bur Highland Cem = Edith Delilah Stevenson 17 Oct 1886 d 17 Dec 1944 bur Highland Cem Jefferson co NY (William Stevenson 12 Oct 1845 avonmore ON d 6 Jun 1924 = 28 Aug 1871 Avonmore ON Nancy Elizabeth Hough 22 May 1852 Avonmore ON) (Peter Stephenson 1822 IRE = nancy Hart 1817 ON)
(9) Sophie Quinn
(9) James Edwinn Quinn
(9) William Edgar Quinn
(9) Mary E Quinn
(9) Verna Quinn
(9) Pearl Catherine Quinn
QUINN,CAMPBELL 1888-1972 HIG

(9) Harold B Quinn 7 Jul 1921 Massena St Lawrence Ny 2 Mar 1979 bur Highland Cem = 4 apr 1941 St Mary’s Waddington NY mary Lees
(10) Howard W Quinn
(10) Elizabeth Quinn = Harold Rookey
(10) Katherine Quinn = Arthur Schwenter
HOWARD QUINN Redwood -- Howard C. Quinn, 57, of Ogdensburg died March 3 of an apparent heart attack at A. Barton Hepburn Hospital, Ogdensburg. A memorial service was held Tuesday at St. Vincent's Chapel at the State Hospital, Ogdensburg.
Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Mary Lees Quinn, formerly of Redwood; a son, Howard W. Quinn of Schenectady, two daughters, Mrs. Harold (Elizabeth) Rookey, Canton and Mrs. Arthur (Katherine) Schwenter of Wainwright, Alberta, and ten grandchildren. Born July 7, 1921, he was the son of the late Campbell and Edith Stevenson Quinn in Massena. He married Mary Lees, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Lees of Redwood, Apr. 4, 1941, at St. Mary's Church, Waddington. The couple lived for several years in Colonie, near Albany, where he was employed as a construction superintendent. They moved to Ogdensburg in 1968 and up to his death he was employed at the Psychiatric Center, State Hospital, Ogdensburg. He served in the European Theatre in World War II. Among those attending the funeral services were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitzsimmons and son, Richard; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Amyot and Tom Lees, Redwood; William Lees, Watertown; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Fitzsimmons of Scotia; Mark Fitzsimmons, Evans Mills; Joseph Fitzsimmons and Mrs. Ray Millett of Alexandria Bay.
(7) Peter A Trickey Nov 1862 d 1913 bur Walton Street Cem Alexandria Jefferson Co NY son of Thomas and Emeline = Eliza Jones May 1860 d 1934 bur Walton Street Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY (wife of Peter A)
Trickey, Peter A., (Alexandria Bay) captain and pilot, James cor. Church.
1900 census Alexandria Jefferson Co NY Trickey, Peter b Nov. 1862, md 17 years, 7 children, 4 living, b Canada, father and mother born Canada, immigrated 1876, naturalized, day labourer
Eliza, b May 1860, b Canada, father born Italy, mother born Ireland, immigrated 1882
Mabel, b Dec 1887 born New York
Grace b July 1890 born New York
Ross [sic] b Jan. 1892 born New York
Leona, b July 1896 born New York
(8) Clarence Trickey 1885 d 1888 bur Walton Cem Jefferson co NY son of PA Tickey and Eliza
(8) Dora Trickey 1885 d 1888 bur Walton St Cem Jefferson co Ny dau of PA and Eliza
(8) Florence Trickey 1887 d 1888 bur Walton St Cem Jefferson co NY dau of PA and Eliza
(8) Trickey = Thomas Porter
(8) Grace Trickey 1890 d 1942 bur Highland Cem = Duncan Rae 1881 d 1957 bur Highland Cem
(9) Andrew R Rae 31 Jan 1922 d 11 Jan 1997 Barnes Settlement Cem = 14 Apr 1946 Evelyn H Hardy 1926 Barnes settlement Cem (9) Bernard E Rae 28 Apr 1929 Alexandria Bay d 11 mar 2005 = 1956 Marilyn B Ecker 11 Nov 1930 d 15 Mar 2004 bur Highland Cem

Bernard E. Rae Painted steel

FISHERS LANDING - Bernard E. Rae, 75, Route 180, formerly of Alexandria
Bay, died Friday at Mercy of Northern New York, Watertown, where he had
resided for three weeks.
For a number of years, Mr. Rae lived in Louisiana, where he painted steel
at high altitudes. He moved back to Alexandria Bay in 1988.

Born April 28, 1929, at Alexandria Bay, son of Duncan and Grace Trickey
Rae, he attended school in Alexandria Bay and served in the Navy during the
Korean War. Surviving are a nephew, Walter Perry, LaFargeville, and great-nieces and
great-nephews. His companion of 49 years, Marilyn B. Rae, died March 15, 2004, and a
brother, Andy, died in 1995. There will be no funeral or calling hours. Spring burial will be in
Highland Park Cemetery, Alexandria Bay. Arrangements are with T.R. Jetty Funeral Home, Clayton.
Donations may be made to Hospice of Jefferson County or the Salvation Army,
State Street, Watertown, N.Y. 13601. Watertown Daily Times 14 mar 2005
(8) Mabel L Trickey Dec 1887 d 1971 = Ralph Flinn (Flinn per cem records) 1880 d 1958 bur Highland Cem
(9) Kenneth R Flinn 1909 d 1911 bur Highland Cem
(9) Everett Flinn
NOTE: Everett Flinn 15 Jun 1907 d Aug 1977 Medina Orleans Co NY
(9) Howard Flinn 9 Oct 1912 d Nov 1986 of Camden Oneida NY = 18 Jul 1943 ruth E Ford 1916 d 1975 bur Highland Cem
(9) Madeline Flinn = Gardner
(9) Marion flinn = Hartman
(9) Ralph H Flinn Jr 17 Nov 1922 Alexandria Bay d 7 Feb 1977 Alexandria Bay Jefferson Co Ny = 20 may 1946 Redwood NY Ruth Hartman
(10) Mark Flinn
(10) susan flinn = Steve Slate
(10) Heather Flinn = Thomas Cole
Abstract of Obit for Ralph H. Flinn, Jr.
Unidentified newspaper - February 7, 1997

Born: Nov. 17, 1922 in Alexandria Bay
Parents’ Names: Ralph and Mabel Trickey Flinn
Marriage: Ruth Hartman - May 20, 1946 - at Redwood, N. Y.
Survivors: Wife, Ruth; son, Mark; two daughters, Mrs. Steve (Susan) Slate and Mrs. Thomas (Heather) Cole; 12 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Predeceased: Brothers, Everett and Howard; two sisters, Madeline Gardner and Marion Hartman
Burial: Body was Cremated
(8) Roswell Peter Trickey 9 Jan 1892 Alexandria Jefferson Co NY d 11 Nov 1935 bur Walton St Cem Alexandria Jefferson co NY = Louise Patterson
Obituary:
R.P Trickey, 43, Veteran, Expires. Dies in Rochester From Tuberculosis Alexandria Bay Resident Veteran of World War was gassed during the Battle of the Argonne Military Rites at Alexandria Bay Wednesday Alexandria Bay, November 12-Roswell P. Trickey, 43, veteran of the World War and life long resident of the Village, died in Rochester Sunday after a long illness with Tuberculosis. Mr. Trickey was born in the Village of Alexandria Bay on January 19, 1892, a son of Peter and Eliza Jones Trickey. He lived in the village continously until the entry of the United States in the World War when he enlisted in the Army as a volunteer, being a member of one of the first regiments sent to France. Mr. Trickey say service in the Meuse-Argonne campaign and was gassed during the Battle of the Argonne. After his return from the World War Mr. Trickey worked for C.S. Thompson as a ticket seller. Always active in legion affairs, Mr. Trickey was a
promoter of a number of benifit shows for the local legion post.
Surviving Mr. Trickey are his wife, Louise Trickey, his son Peter
Trickey and three sisters, Mrs. Thomas Porter, Mrs. Duncan Rae and Mrs. Ralph Flynn. All of Alexandria Bay. A Militay funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 for Mr. Trickey. The local legion will be represented by their full membership and will provide a military escort as well as a firing squad. Funeral services will be held from the Glitz undertaking home, this village, with the Reverand William Aubry, pastor of the local Methodist Episcopal Church, officiating. Burial will be made in the Walton Street
cemetery. Note: This was found in my Grandmothers papers.
Gloria.
Roswell Peter Trickey 11 mar 1925 d 5 Dec 1992 bur St Cyrils Alexandria Jefferson Co NY WWII Vet = 11 Sep 1840 Helen Escridge d 1968
Roswell P Trickey Jr
Malone Trickey (dau)
Mary Lou Trickey = charles Jones

ROSWELL “PETE” TRICKEY (date penned in: December 5, 1992) Alexandria Bay -- Roswell P. Trickey, 67, of 150 Clinton Street, Watertown, formerly of Alexandria Bay, died Dec. 5 at his home. The funeral was scheduled for 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Cyril’s Church, Alexandria Bay, with the Rev. Thomas Driscoll, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in St. Cyril’s Cemetery. Survivors include a son, Roswell P. Trickey Jr., Malone; a daughter, Mrs. Charles (Mary Lou) Jones, Auburn, and three grandchildren. Born in Alexandria Bay on March 11, 1925, a son of Ross and Louise Patterson Trickey, he was a graduate of Alexandria Bay High School and Paul Smith’s College and attended Syracuse University. He married Helen Escridge on Sept. 18, 1948. She died in 1968. Mr. Trickey served with the Marine Corps from FEb. 26, 1944, to June 28, 1945, in Guam from July 21, 1944, to Aug. 15, 1944, and in Okinawa from Apr. 1, 1945, to June 8, 1945. He was employed with General Electric Corp., Syracuse, as a technical writer in Germany and Turkey.
He was a member of American Legion Colon-Couch Post 821, Clayton, and the Disabled Veterans. He served as a volunteer at Mercy Hospital and Veterans Administration Hospital, Syracuse.
(8) Leona Trickey Jul 1896

TRICKEY,BLANCHE L. WF.JOHN R.1888-1964 HIGHLAND
TRICKEY,BRIAN L. 1963-1964 REDWOOD
TRICKEY,CHARLES 1876-1955 HIGHLAND
TRICKEY,CHARLES T. (son of Glen Trickey) 1940-1961 ST.XAVIER
TRICKEY,CLARA W. WF.CHARLES T.1941- ST.XAVIER
TRICKEY,CLARENCE SN.P.A.& ELIZA 1885-1888 WALTON ST.
TRICKEY,DORA DAU.P.A.& ELIZA 1883-1885 WALTON ST.
TRICKEY,ELIZA WF.PETER A.1860-1934 WALTON ST.
TRICKEY,ELIZABETH (LANDON)WF.SHELDON 1853-1925 HIGHLAND
TRICKEY,FLORENCE DAU.P.A.& ELIZA 1887-1888 WALTON ST.
TRICKEY,GOLDE E. (MALE)WF.W.RALPH 1893-1973 HIGHLAND
TRICKEY,JACK A. SN.J.R.& BLANCHE 1918-1992 HIGHLAND
TRICKEY,JENNIE (HILL)WF.CHARLES 1882-1961 HIGHLAND
TRICKEY,JOHN R. 1878-1936 HIGHLAND
TRICKEY,PETER A. SN.THOMAS & EMELINE 1862-1913 WALTON ST.
TRICKEY,ROSWELL 9JAN1892-11NOV1935 WALTON ST.
TRICKEY,ROSWELL P. 11MAR1925-5DEC1992 WWII VET. ST.CYRILS
TRICKEY,SHELDON 1849-1923 HIGHLAND
TRICKEY,W.RALPH 1876-1971 mrd.31DEC1940 HIGHLAND
TRICKIE,BERTON EUGENE SN.SHELDON & ELIZ.6NOV1876-15JUN1969 CHURCH ST
TRICKIE,DORIS INFANT DIED YOUNG CHURCH ST
TRICKIE,LOVILLA ANN (DOBBINS)WF.BERTON E.11APR1888-25JAN1946 CHURCH ST
TRICKIE,MERCEDES E. DAU.B.E.& L.A.21MAY1907-29MAR1982 CHURCH ST
TRICKEY,AMANDA L. DAU GARY&MELODY 1977-1981 RIVERSIDE
TRICKEY,DAVID A. SN FLOYD 1934-1948 RIVERSIDE
TRICKEY,FLOYD W. 1911-25SEP1986 mrd.20OCT1933 RIVERSIDE
TRICKEY,GARY H. 1951- RIVERSIDE
TRICKEY,GLADYS M. (PILON)WF.FLOYD W.3SEP1911-18MAY1988 RIVERSIDE
TRICKEY,MELODY G. 1956- RIVERSIDE

Re: WELLS, PATTERSON, TRICKEY

Helen Lach (View posts)
Posted: 7 Apr 2006 2:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
MRS. ELIZA MILLER HEWITT,
AGED 83, DIES IN GLEN PARK
____________
Native of Canada, She Had Re-
Sided In Jefferson County
Many Years
______________
Glen Park, Dec. 29.- Mrs. Eliza
Miller Hewitt, widow of Anson Hew-
itt, well known resident of Point Pen
insula, died about 8 Thursday even-
ing at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
J.H. Combs, In this village, aged 83
years and 15 days. Mrs. Hewitt was
taken ill about a week ago with pneu-
monia. She had been a sufferer and
practically an invalid for the past 20
yearsfrom rheumatism. She had
been forced to use crutches for the
past 15 years.
She was born in Mallorytown,
Can., a small village near Gananoque
Dec., 13, 1833, daughter of the late
James and Mallory Miller. Her
native town took its name from her
family, who were early settlers in
that locality. She came to this coun-
try when a young girl, making her
home on Wellesley Island, where she
resided until her marriage to the late
Anson Hewitt. Since her marriage
she had lived on Point Peninsula, un-
til two years ago, when she came to
this village to make her home with
her daughter. She was a member of
Point Peninsula Methodist Episcopal
church.
She is survived by one daughter,
Mrs. J.H. Combs, at whose home she
passed away; one son Frank Hewitt,
of Three Mile Bay; one sister Mrs.
Lydia Perry of Michigan, and three
brothers, Henry and Eldridge Miller
residing in the west, and Delbert Mil
ler of Canada.
The funeral will be held at 10 sat-
urday morning from the Combs home
in this village, Rev. Charles T. Hol-
combe, pastor ot Bethany Methodist
Episcopal church, Watertown, officiat-
ing. Interment will be made in the
family plot in Point Peninsula ceme-
tery.


Dear Mallory Smith,
You have sent me so much information to connect my antecedents that I am overwelmed - and joyful. Thank you so much. You have been very kind to me and I want you to know that I so much appreciate your kindness and thoughtfulness.
I had sent all the information that I had to my cousin in Oxford MI
I started gathering info in 1972, when everything was by snail mail and by reading long tedious micofilm from Ottawa. I'm not too swift on the computer, so this is the first time I have posted a message. Sheron has been wonderful about peacing info together for me. So between the three of us what a beautiful peace of work it is. I had replyed to Sherons Gen Forum request
for Miller information on 28 Aug. 2004. My memory is starting to play tricks on me but I will send you a better copy of the picture of your relative in the wheelchair if and when I find it. If I can share in any other way let me know.

Re: WELLS, PATTERSON, TRICKEY

Mallory Smith (View posts)
Posted: 7 Apr 2006 4:11AM GMT
Classification: Query
I'm not related....except very very remotely via two missing links...the parents of Nathaniel Mallory b c 1752 and the parents of Joseph (aka Jasper Mallory) b c 1754.
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