Note: man, Moses D., Harris J., and Stanton Cummings."History of Otsego Co.", 1878, p. 220, New Lisbon section:"An honored pioneer and prominent citizen was Elias Cummings, who located on lands north of New Lisbon Centre. Three sons reside in the Co.; Harris in Plainfield, and Leman and Moses D. in this town. The latter has retired from active business, and is a resident of Garrattsville.""Elias Cummings was reared a farmer boy by his mother and stepfather. They died on their farm, one-half mile from Garrattsville, when advanced in years. The parents of Moses D. Cummings were farmers in this town all their lives. They were married December 4, 1803, and had born to them ten children, two dying in infancy, five sons and three daughters growing to mature years. There are now  only two of them living, viz: Lemon, the first-born, now living in the village of Garrattsville, in his eighty-ninth year; and Moses D., the subject of this sketch. Elias Cummings served as Justice of the Peace some years, and also held other offices. He left a good farm and other property. The religious views of his parents were of the broad Universalist faith, and their moral character was of the highest and purest type."Biographical Review of Otsego Co., New York, p. 663.
Note: !Son of Moses and Patty (Harris) Cummings. Husband of Lucinda (Church) Cummings. Father of Le
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