Ellen Georgina DeWolf: Birth: ABT 1813.
Title: 1860 U.S. Census
Title: See Burial Information
Title: Cooley, LaVerne C., Tombstone Inscriptions from Abandoned Cemeteries & Farm Burials of Genesee Co. (NY: Batavia, 1952)
Note: [email protected] [email protected] Sun, Jun 27, 2010 at 5:25 PM subjectWorldConnect: Post-em posted Database: trees4u Individual: I37140 Link: http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=trees4u&id=I37140 Name: Fletcher Trice Email: [email protected] URL: URL title: Note: Undoubtedly we are related through the DEWOLF line though you will not be able to connect us until you identify the name of my great grandfather correctly - Anson Peter DeWolf 1848-1944. Anson's family research has helped you greatly since you quote me several times. I got much of my DeWolf information from my grandfather, Levant Prior DeWolf (1894-1981) who finally completed the SAR and Mayflower goals his father Anson set out to accomplish. You evidently quote 1860 census data which was the year 12 year old Anson moved to MI with the family. Check the other 3 sources noted on Ancestry which all say, Anson. This is my close family not distant cousins - my mother was a DeWolf and well knew her parents and grandparents. Please let me know what information you need. Thank you! _________________ Gazetteer and biographical record of Genesee County, N.Y., 1788-1890 By Vose, J.W., and Co Page 648. John De Wolf, born near Hartford, Conn., married Lucy Jackson, and they had 12 children. In April, 1805, he moved to Batavia, when there were but two framed houses there—James Cochran's and William Keyes's. He was a cabinetmaker, and carried on that business there. In 1814 he located in Stafford, on road 29) on the farm now owned by John Mullen. He died in 1868, aged 86 years. Five of his children are living: Harlow and Peter reside in Michigan ; Zorada (Mrs. James. Manning) resides in Batavia; and John and Orin reside in Stafford. Orin was born April 6, 1804, in East Bloomfield, and came to Batavia in 1805. He has resided here since 1814. He married Zobede Perkins, and they have had 14 children, of whom 11 are living. Mr. De Wolf is a blacksmith, and settled on the place where he now lives in 1830. carrying on the business since. He was deputy postmaster under Mr. Gilbert, at Transit (now Stafford), and served as constable in 1835 and '36. He was elected justice of the peace in 1852, and has held the office ever since, being elected six times without opposition. John, his brother, was born October 10, 1805, married Eliza Fales, and had a family of 10 children. He is a farmer.
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