Title: 1897 History of Tioga County R. C. Brown Co.
Page: Ch LX Middlebury and Farmington Townships--Nelson, Elkland and Osceola Boroughs
Note: Brown's 1897 History of Tioga Co., Ch 60 - Farmington Twp. "CHARLES OUDERKIRK was born in Onondaga county, New York, September 10, 1816, a son of Nicholas and Catherine Ouderkirk, and came of Dutch ancestry. In 1844 he located in Elkland, Tioga county, Pennsylvania, whence he removed to Farmington township in 1851, locating on the farm now occupied by his son, Linsford. This he cleared and improved, and erected all of the buildings. His wife, Ruby, was a daughter of Linsford and Mary (Taylor) Coates, pioneers of Elkland, who bore him four children, viz: Linsford, Kate, wife of Frank Tubbs; Morgan, and Diantha, wife of Frank L. Hood. Mr. Ouderkirk was a Republican, but took no active interest in public affairs. He died March 20, 1893, and his wife, Ruby, May 26, 1895. Both are buried in Highland cemetery, at Elkland."
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