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LAST NAME FIRST NAME AGE SEX ARRIVAL DATE PLACE OF LAST RESIDENCE
TOMLINSON ANN 9 m F 15 May 1856
TOMLINSON GEORGE 4 M 15 May 1856
TOMLINSON JANE 27 F 15 May 1856
TOMLINSON THOMAS 28 M 15 May 1856  
Green, Jane (I629)
 
2
name : James Lindley
event: Census
event date: 1880
event place: Potsdam, St. Lawrence, New York, United States
gender: Male
age: 59
marital status : Married
occupation : Carpenter
race or color (original) : White
ethnicity (standardized) : American
relationship to head : Other
birthplace : Canada
birthdate : 1821
father's birthplace : Canada
mother's birthplace : Canada
page : 276
page character : C
entry number : 4536
nara film number : T9-0927
gs film number : 1254927
digital folder number: 004243471
 
Landly (Lindley), James (I900)
 
3
name: Dorothy Lindley
residence: Canton, St. Lawrence, New York
age: 75
estimated birth year: 1830
birthplace: Canada French
relationship to head of household: Inmate
race: W
page number: 33
line number: 40
digital folder number: 4296302 
Runy (Rainey), Dorothy (Dolly) (I901)
 
4 1850 Federal Census Michigan, Genesee, Flint Tupper, David (I785)
 
5 1850 Federal Census Michigan, Genesee, Flint Croff, Louise (I786)
 
6 1860 Census Michigan, Genesee, Flint Tupper, Edward M (I783)
 
7 1892 Martha Blanchard age 51, wife of William, living in Erwin, New York in 1892 census. Son James age 20, and Harriet age 31 living with her.  Wessels, Martha (I979)
 
8 1900 Federal Census Michigan, Ogemaw, Edwards Tupper, Mason L (I778)
 
9 According to the Shenandoah County, Virginia Minute Book, on March 10, 1800, Mary Delawter charged Elijah Evans as being the father of her bastard child, and Evans was order to pay 80 dollars. The last will and testament of Lawrence Delawter, the father of Mary Delawter, included Elijah Evans in his will. The family tree that I have in my possession shows Elijah Evans and Rosanne Delawter as being the father and mother of Elijah Evans and that he was adopted by them, however there is no documentation supporting the family tree. Evans, Elijah (I290)
 
10 Albany County Militia, Kinderhook Also Abraham Blanchard

1790 Census, Abiathar Blanchard, 12 persons 
Blanchard, Abiathar * (I1024)
 
11 Alice Hanlon, spinster, aged 20, arrived in New York City on May 16, 1860 aboard the ship Australia from Liverpool England. Born in Ireland. Hanlon, Alice (I642)
 
12 Also spelled Delawder Delawter, Mary (I291)
 
13 Born 1841 in Steuben County N.Y. 1860 U.S. Census Wessels, Martha (I979)
 
14 Buried in Floral Hill Cem. Hoopeston , Ill Flack, Mary Ann (I136)
 
15 Buried in Floral Hill Cem., Hoopeston, Ill Evans, Elijah (I135)
 
16 Captured by the indians about 1759, along with his brothers, Jacob and Gabrial. Taken to Scioto area in what is now Ohio, where his younger brother Gabrial died the first winter. Christopher and Jacob were finally released along with about 200 other settlers in about 1765.

His mother and four sisters were killed by the indians during the capture. His father had previously died or escaped, depending on which version of the story you believe. 
Halterman, Christopher (I142)
 
17 Christening Jan 13,1673 in Snaptwell, York Co, England Cooper, Elizabeth (I515)
 
18 Clemendza Cooper - Admission & Death - MI. Old Soldiers' Home
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Clemendza Cooper - Admission & Death - MI. Old Soldiers' Home
Cyan16 (View posts)
Posted: 5 Oct 2003 8:13PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Blanchard, Cooper, Place, Seymour, Vanscoy
Her is the Admission and Death record from the Old Soldiers' Home in Grand Rapids, MI. for Clemendza L. (BLANCHARD) COOPER, b: 1828 in Stueben Co. NY.
She married Benjamin Asasu COOPER, 9 Aug 1844 in Stueben Co. NY. The 1865 NY census lists this as her 2nd marriage, his first.
If anyone can give me information on who her parents may have been it would be a great help!


REGISTER NO. 110

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION

TO

Home for Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines,

THEIR WIVES AND MOTHERS

OF

Clemendza L. COOPER
_____________________________________________________

STATE OF MICHIGAN
County of Kent

On this 30th day of August, A.D. 1898 , personally appeared before me, Emil A. DAPPER , a Notary Public in and for the County and State aforesaid, Clemindzia L. COOPER, a resident of The township of Walker, Kent County , in the State of Michigan, and who being by me first duly sworn deposes and says she is the wife of Benjamin A. COOPER who served as a Private in the Union Army during the Civil or Mexican War, as follows:
First enlisted August 1864, in Co. F. 50th Regiment of New York Engineers was discharged June 1865, in Co F. 50th regiment of New York Engineers .
Note-- When the applicant does not know the military history demanded it can be obtained by writing to the Adjutant General of the State from which he served.
That they were married on or about the 9th day of August 1844 , that they have lived together as husband and wife continually since said marriage until the present time excepting when her husband was in the Army or in the Soldiers Home at Grand Rapids Mich.
That there has been born to them the following children who are now alive and who's names and ages are as follows:
Angelia SEYMOUR, 52 years old, Mary Angeline PLACE, 50 years old, Melissa R. VANSCOY, 48 years old, James A COOPER, 46 years old, Francis A COOPER, 44 years old, William E COOPER, 38 years old, Lilly M COOPER, 34 years old.
That she has not remarried.
That she is now 70 years old and unable to earn her own living for the reason that she is now suffering from the following disability:
Neuralgia, Asthma
That she has no property or means of support, and has no relatives of sufficient ability to maintain her who are legally liable for her support.
That she therefore makes application to be admitted to the Home for Soldiers, Sailors and Marines, their Wives and Mothers, of the Michigan Soldiers' Home.

PENSION CLAUSE
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That if admitted to said Home, she will abide by and obey all and singular rules and regulations of said Home, and will do and perform such duties as she may be called upon to do the best of her ability.

DECLARATION WHEN THE HUSBAND OR SON DID NOT SERVE IN A MICHIGAN REGIMENT

That she first became a resident of the State of Michigan on the 10th day of April 1866.
That I am now and have been an actual resident of the State of Michigan for the following years last past, to-wit: 1866
Witnesses:
Emil A. DAPPER
Arthur? LOWELL
(Her mark) *
Clemindza L. COOPER
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th day of August 1898, and I hereby certify that the foregoing application was read and fully explained to the said Clemendza L. COOPER before she executed the same.
Emil A. DAPPER
Notary Public
Kent County Michigan
STATE OF MICHIGAN
County of Kent

Wm. J. THOMAS being duly sworn deposes and says that he has carefully examined the proofs exhibited by Clemindza L. Cooper. That he has good reason to and does believe that they are true. That the applicant is the identical person named therein. That she has no property or means of support, and is destitute and dependant upon public charity for a support, and is at this time an actual resident of Walker Township (or ward) Kent -- County (or city) Grand Rapids in the 16th Senatorial District, State of Michigan.

Wm. J. THOMAS
County Clerk

Note -- This can be signed by either the supervisor of the Township or Ward in which the applicant resides, the County Clerk or Judge of Probate of the County in which the applicant resides, or any member of the Board of Managers, and must not be signed as Notary Public.

Sworn and subscribed to me, this 7th day of September 1898

Harry JEWELL?
Judge of Probate

Note -- Persons of unsound mind are not eligible.

SURGEONS CERTIFICATE

I hereby certify that I have carefully examined Clemendza L. COOPER who is an applicant for admission to the Family Dormitory of the Michigan Soldiers‚?? Home, and that I find her present physical condition to be as follows (be particular in stating whether of sound or unsound mind):
Senile decay

Dr. A. R. HICKS
Note -- Where the Surgeon is a U.S. examining Surgeon, no Jurat is required
*Please give in full the exact physical condition of the applicant.

Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of September A.D. 1898, and I hereby certify that Albert R HICKS , who made and signed the above certificate is known to me as Surgeon in actual practice and of good standing in his profession.
Emil A. DAPPER
Notary Public Kent Co. Mich.



CERTIFICATE TO BE SIGNED BY THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF MICHIGAN. W. R. C.

We, the undersigned committee of Custer? Post No 27 of grand Rapids Mich., hereby certify that we have made a careful investigation of Clemindza L. COOPER, who ahs signed the foregoing application, and find that she is a resident of Grand Rapids, County of Kent, State of Michigan. That she is in indigent circumstances and unable to support herself, and we believe the representations made by her in the foregoing application are true. That she is worthy and a proper person to be admitted to the Home.

Louis M. BROWN, ?************?
E. S. HUMPHREY, Ch. Annex Com.

LOCATION OF THE APPLICANT

Post office Station A. Grand Rapids Michigan
Railroad Station Junction
On what Road G. R. I. R. R.

ORDER FOR ADMISSION

The foregoing applicant is hereby --------------- approved, and said applicant will ----------------- be admitted to the Michigan Soldiers‚?? Home.

John NORTHWOOD
Chairman Board of Managers of the Michigan Soldiers‚?? Home


Record #110

Clemendza L. COOPER

RELATIONSHIP TO SOLDIER: Wife

NAME OF SOLDIER: Benj. A. COOPER

RANK: Priv.

CO.: F

REGIMENTt: 50 N.Y. Inf.

RESIDENCE WHEN ADMITTED: Township of Walker

RATE OF PENSION: None

AGE: 70

DATE OF ADMISSION: Nov 11, 1898

DATE OF DISCHARGE: Sep. 30, 1900

DATE OF READMISSION: Jan 26, 1903 at 2 P.M.

CAUSE OF DISCHARGE: Own request

DATE OF DEATH: Jan 26, 1903 at 9 P.M.

CAUSE OF DEATH: Heart failure in connection with Gall Stones

GENERAL REMARKS

NAME AND ADDRESS OF NEAREST RELATIVE: *none given*

Died in Hospital at Womens Building on 26th day of January 1903 at 9 A.M. (?). General services were conducted by Rev. D. W. Parsons. Buried in Soldiers Home Cemetery.


NewRe: Clemendza Cooper - Admission & Death - MI. Old Soldiers' Home
J_Gillmet (View posts)
Posted: 30 Apr 2010 6:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Blanchard
Cindy - I have some confirmation and new info on Clemence (Clemendza) Blanchard... I'm pretty sure she was born in East Quebec (Canada), about 1827. Please drop an email, if you're still out there.

NewRe: Clemendza Cooper - Admission & Death - MI. Old Soldiers' Home
cardog16 (View posts)
Posted: 2 Feb 2011 3:10AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi - I have been folowing Clemendza - she is my great grandmother, married to Benjamin Cooper. What infor do you have? I know her sister was Hannah Blanchard, and she had a brother, William Blanchard. I did not know she was from Canada which might explain why I can't find her. I have pension records to share. Sharon Cooper Pope
 
Blanchard, Clemenza (I967)
 
19 Died from Inflamation of the Lungs Blanchard, Thelma Lucile (I671)
 
20 Died Nov 17,1871 aged 61 years  Vance, George (I742)
 
21 Died of complications after having his gall bladder removed. He went into the hospital after taking too much medication for excess water in his system.  Blanchard, Charles Roy (I012)
 
22 Died of Diphtheria Blanchard, Hazel (I010)
 
23 Ezekiel Blanchard, son of Abner Blanchard, born in New York in 1777. Tax Tables of Tioga county 1800 show him being 23 years old.

1820 Census for Tioga, Elkland, Pennsylvania, 26 to 46 years old
3 males under 10 
Blanchard, Ezekiel (I1016)
 
24 Henry Vance moved to Michigan from Tonawanda, New York in about 1890. Some of Henry's and Matilda's children stayed there. The family picture shows the ones who came to Michigan with them. Henry owned a cheese factory in New York. One of the daughters who stayed in New York married a man who manufactured pre-cut homes. They shipped a home to Henry and Matilda. Vance, Henry (I269)
 
25 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Lindley&GSiman=1&GSst=36&GSob=c&GRid=42167648&df=p& Runy (Rainey), Dorothy (Dolly) (I901)
 
26 ID: I0241
Name: *ABIEL BLANCHARD
Sex: M
Birth: 4 OCT 1748 in Killingly, Windham., Conneticut
Death: BEF. 1810
Military Service: Revolutionary War
Religion: Congretional Church
Census: 1790 Chittenden, Vermont
Census: 1800 Charlotte, Chittenden, Vermont
Occupation: yeoman
Reference Number: TG3-78
Note:
SOURCES: Early Connecticut Marriages, 5th Book, pg. 39
Fletcher Blanchard, owner/manager
BLANCHARD-L at RootsWeb

When Abiel's father, William, died in 1769, it was
Abiel and his mother, Thankful, who received most of
his property which they sold on Mar 14, 1771. This was
the start of Abiel's real estate career. The following
is a list of his transactions:
1. Apr. 20, 1771. Abiel of Killingly, CT. bought 3
parcels in Shutesbury, MA from Benjamin & Jean Green.
2. May 22, 1771, he sold 6 acres of the above.
3. May 4, 1777, Abiel & Elizabeth of Shutesbury, MA,
sold 113+ ac. in Shutesbury to S. Wild.
4. Jan. 10, 1778, Abiel, this time from Worthington,
MA, bought 100 acres in W. from James Warren, of
Deerfield, MA
5. May 15, 1782, Abiel, still of Worthington, sold his
mortgaged land there to Nathan Morgan of Windham, CT.
6. May 15, 1783, Rutland Co., VT...Abiel, of
Clarendon, bought 1/2 share in Shrewsbury and then
sold it to his brother Asahel.
7. Apr. 7, 1783, Rutland Co., VT...Abiel witnessed a
purchase by his brother Asahel, of Clarendon.
8. Oct. & Dec. 1783, Abiel, of Clarendon, VT, bought &
sold 1 Right in TWP of Cornwall; sale was to Samuel
Crosby, of Worthington, Hampshire Co., MA.
9. Sept. 20, 1785, Chittenden Co., VT...Abiel of
Clarendon, bought land in Charlotte TWP. As a resident
of Charlotte, he sold the parcel in 1788.
10. There were numerous transactions thru 1794.
Other than that, he also served in the Revolutionary
War from 1775-1777 as a private with several militia
groups, and he served at Prospect Hill, Deerfield, and
Ticonderoga. In Aug. , 1777, as a private in Lt. C.
Webster's Company, he marched to reinforce the army at
Bennington. In 1798abiel helped to choose a
representative for Congress. Shortly thereafter he
moved his family to Onondaga, New York . Abiel died in
in 1807 in Bennington, Vermont.


Father: *WILLIAM BLANCHARD b: 16 MAY 1708 in
Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Mother: *THANKFUL WEBSTER b: 1713 in Hartford,
Conneticut

*BLANCHARD, ABIEL

Marriage 1 *ELIZABETH CHURCH b: 23 APR 1744 in
Killingly, Connecticut
ēMarried: 15 MAR 1770 in Killiingly, Windham,
Conneticut
Children
1. Dorastus Blanchard b: 22 JUN 1771 in Shutesbury,
Franklin, Massachuchetts
2. Roswell Blanchard b: 28 JUN 1773 in Shutesbury,
Franklin Co., Massachu
3. Webster Blanchard b: 9 AUG 1775 in Shutesbury,
Franklin Co., Massachu
4. John Church Blanchard b: 3 APR 1778 in
Massachusetts
5. *William Blanchard b: 16 MAY 1779 in Worthington,
Hampshire Co., Massachusetts
6. Ira Blanchard b: 2 SEP 1781 in Worthington,
Hampshire Co., Massachusetts
7. Ashcha Blanchard b: 1783 in Clarendon, Rutland
Co., Vermont
8. Erepta Blanchard b: 23 APR 1786 in Clarendon,
Rutland Co., Vermont
9. Thomas Blanchard b: 9 AUG 1792 in Charlotte,
Chittenden Co., Vermont
 
Blanchard, Abiel* (I1028)
 
27 Jane (Green) Tomlinson came on the ship Henry Clay from Liverpool, England. Aged 27, wife, arrived on May 15,1856 Green, Jane (I629)
 
28 JOHNSTON JOSEPH LONEY JOHNSTON MARION B THEYHAND 00 XXX 1895  Fahan, Marion (I798)
 
29 Living in Bloomer, Wisc. in 1870 with wife Caroline, ages 83 and 81 respectively.  Gray, Ephraim Carpenter (I749)
 
30 Living in Springville, Adams, Wisconsin in 1860 Gray, Ephraim Carpenter (I747)
 
31 Living in Wellington, Monroe, Wisconsin in 1860 Gray, Ephraim Carpenter (I749)
 
32 Looking for Susan HEADING, born abt. 1802, St. Lawrence County, New York. Married John MILLER b. abt 1795 - 1798 Canada. Lived in Williamsburg, Dundas, Ontario, Canada and then moved to St. Lawrence County, NY.

Susan had previously married a Crawford as well as a Lindley and had a son, James Lindley before marrying John Miller. 
Landly (Lindley), James (I900)
 
33 Monday October 27th A.D. 1851

......

In the matter of George Whaley
a Revolutionary Soldier

It is hereby certified that satisfactory evidence has
been exhibited before the Court of Common Pleas aforesaid, at their
October Term A.D. 1851, that George Whaley who in his life time
claimed a Revolutionary Pension, died in Jackson County, Ohio, on
the Fourth day of July Eighteen Hundred and Twenty-two, leaving
surviving as his widow, Mary Whaley, and that the said Mary
Whaley died in Adams County, Ohio, on or about the fourth day
of October, Eighteen Hundred and Twenty Six, leaving as surviving
children of the said George Whaley and Mary Whaley deceased
the following named persons, to wit: Silas Whaley, Joseph Whaley,
William Whaley, Abner Whaley and Mary Shuster; and that they
are the only surviving children of the said George and Mary or
either of them, all which is ordered to be of recorse.

Ordered that Court adjourn until nine O'clock tomorrow
morning.
Thomas Vaughan

Book G, pg. 98 1851 Court of Common Pleas record, Jackson County, OH 
Wells, Mary Kathrine (I146)
 
34 Monday October 27th A.D. 1851

......

In the matter of George Whaley
a Revolutionary Soldier

It is hereby certified that satisfactory evidence has
been exhibited before the Court of Common Pleas aforesaid, at their
October Term A.D. 1851, that George Whaley who in his life time
claimed a Revolutionary Pension, died in Jackson County, Ohio, on
the Fourth day of July Eighteen Hundred and Twenty-two, leaving
surviving as his widow, Mary Whaley, and that the said Mary
Whaley died in Adams County, Ohio, on or about the fourth day
of October, Eighteen Hundred and Twenty Six, leaving as surviving
children of the said George Whaley and Mary Whaley deceased
the following named persons, to wit: Silas Whaley, Joseph Whaley,
William Whaley, Abner Whaley and Mary Shuster; and that they
are the only surviving children of the said George and Mary or
either of them, all which is ordered to be of recorse.

Ordered that Court adjourn until nine O'clock tomorrow
morning.
Thomas Vaughan

Book G, pg. 98 1851 Court of Common Pleas record, Jackson County, OH 
Whaley, George (I145)
 
35 My ggg-grandfather was John Miller, German, (His father was a Loyalist from
NY, but no solid evidence) born 1797 Canada, died Dec. 6 1885 was married to
Susan Crawford (Lindley) this was her third marriage. (Susan C. L.'s son,
James Lindley was a half brother to the Millers) His son was John Christopher
Miller born 8/21/1845 in Hopkinton, St. Lawrence County, NY 1st wife was
Mary Goodnow 2nd wife was Emma Louisa Bowen born 11/16/1853 in South
Mountain, Ontario, Canada. Emma and John Christopher Miller were married
9/24/1890I don't know much about the Millers but they moved to Louisville St.
Lawrence County NY. and lived along the river.  
Landly (Lindley), James (I900)
 
36 name: Michael Toben
titles & terms:
event: Census
event date: 1875
event place: E.D. 5, Lenox, Madison, New York, United States
gender: Male
age: 40
relationship to head of household:
estimated birth year: 1835
family number: 204
page: 21
line number: 24
film number: 408498
digital folder number: 004857926
image number: 00149
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Michael Toben M 40
Alice Toben F 30

name : Michael Toban
event: Census
event date: 1880
event place: Oneida, Madison, New York, United States
gender: Male
age: 40
marital status : Married
occupation : Laborer
race or color (original) :
ethnicity (standardized) : American
relationship to head : Self
birthplace : Ireland
birthdate : 1840
spouse's name : Alice Toban
spouse's birthplace : Ireland
father's name :
father's birthplace : Ireland
mother's name :
mother's birthplace : Ireland
page : 247
page character : A
entry number : 2827
nara film number : T9-0860
gs film number : 1254860
digital folder number: 004242142
image number: 00345
Household Gender Age Birthplace
self Michael Toban M 40 Ireland
wife Alice Toban F 26 Ireland
daughter Catharine Toban F 5 New York, United States
daughter Mary Ann Toban F 1 New York, United States 
Tobin (Toban), Michael (I641)
 
37 William Reed BEATTY 03 Oct 1827 03 Jan 1913
OBITUARY: An Aged Man Gone
Died at his home near Fordsville, Ohio County, Kentucky, January 3, 1913, after a short illness. William R. BEATTY, the oldest brother of the late M. M. and A. J. BEATTY, of this county. Uncle Billie was born in Grayson County, October 3, 1827, being 85 years and 9 months old on the day of his death. Besides a wife 82 years old, and six children, he leaves one brother J. R. BEATTY of Breckinridge, two half brothers, Tram BEATTY of Breckinridge Co. and Henry BEATTY of Ohio County. His remains were laid to rest January 4 in the old family burying ground in Hancock County. We extend sympathy to the bereaved family and relatives. May their loss be his gain.
 
Beatty, William Reed (I521)
 

  

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