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1. Title:   Social Security Death Index
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3. Title:   1920 U.S. Federal Census
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a. Note:   N32 Hattie Follett was a favorite sister of my great-grandfather Charles. He said she lived in upstate New York and that they were from the Oaks Corners area. My father says Charles corresponded with her regularly and sent Christmas presents, etc. and she was referred to by his dad Leland as "Aunt Hattie". - Hattie was born about a month after her father had died at the age of 33. Although she appears to have lived with her mother Henrietta until Henrietta’s death in 1900 (Hattie would have been age 41 then), my research found records of her later married to a man named Benjamin Bruzee (per ancestry.com).
  1870 U.S. Census shows Hattie N. Follett (age 10) living in Ulysses,Tompkins, New York.
  1880 U.S. Census shows her living with her mother Henrietta and brother John C. Follett.
  1900 U.S. Census shows at age 40 Hattie Follett was living with her mother Henrietta Pinckney Follett (age 71) in Ulysses, Tompkins County,NY.
  It appears that sometime after her mother’s death, she married Benjamin Bruzee. Hattie N. (Follett) Bruzee and ehr husband were buried at Bellona Cemetery Bellona, Yates County, New York USA. _________________________________
  Info from findagrave.com:
  Hattie N. Follett Bruzee Birth: 1859 Ulysses, Tompkins County, New York, USA Death: Oct. 10, 1936 Oaks Corners, Ontario County, New York, USA
  Geneva Advertiser Gazette January 17, 1905
  At Oaks Corners last Thursday occurred the marriage of Benjamin Bruzee and Miss Harriett Follett, in the presence of about forty friends. Rev. David Moore of Geneva tied the marriage knot. His earnestness and very pleasing manner will make it a life-long knot.   Family links:   Parents:   Alexander Follett (____ - 1859)   Henrietta Follett    Spouse:  Benjamin Eugene Bruzee (1866 - 1940)*  *Calculated relationship   Burial: Bellona Cemetery Bellona, Yates County, New York, USA   Created by: Butterfly~Kisses Record added: Oct 19, 2010 Find A Grave Memorial# 60336572 ________________________________________
  1920 U.S. Census:
  name: Hattie N Bruzee residence: , Ontario, New York estimated birth year: 1861 age: 59 birthplace: New York relationship to head of household: Wife gender: Female race: White marital status: Married father's birthplace: New York mother's birthplace: New York
  film number: 1821250 digital folder number: 4442076 image number: 00944 sheet number: 5   Household Gender - Age - Birthplace self Benjamin E Bruzee M 56y New York wife Hattie N Bruzee F 59y New York
  Source Citation "United States Census, 1920," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MV98-MSL
  1930 U.S. Census:
  name: Hattie N Bruzee event: Census event date: 1930 event place: Phelps, Ontario, New York gender: Female age: 70 marital status: Married race: White birthplace: New York estimated birth year: 1860
  relationship to head of household: Wife father's birthplace: New York mother's birthplace: New York enumeration district number: 0049 family number: 4 sheet number and letter: 1A line number: 16 nara publication: T626, roll 1631 film number: 2341365 digital folder number: 4639201 image number: 00979   Household Gender - Age - Birthplace head Benjamin E Bruzee M 64 New York wife Hattie N Bruzee F 70 New York
  Source Citation "United States Census, 1930," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X4RY-ZW7 ______________________________
  Email rec'd Jan. 2006 from Helen Hanson of Sherburn, Minn.:
  I found your website tonight. Very nice ... I am envious! I was wondering if you knew of a Hattie Follett that may have lived in Sherburn, Minnesota in 1913? I see you have a relative by that name but it looked like she lived in upstate NY.
  I have a medal that is stamped with that name and place and date. I grew up in Sherburn and am interested in discovering who Hattie was. The town is only 1000 people, so it won't be too difficult. I have a Sherburn history book from their centennial but unfortunately it is packed away right now.
  Thanks for any info you can give me.
  Helen Hanson [[email protected]@charter.net]


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