1588. Daniel Carpenter
Number 1038 in the Carpenter Memorial.
Family on page 288 (# 351).
Nineteenth Century Jury List, Ontario County to 1855
Copyright: Ontario County 2005
LASTNAME FIRSTNAME YEAR TOWN EXCUSE
CARPENTER ANDERSON 1812 SODUS
CARPENTER BENJAMIN 1853 SOUTH BRISTOL CARPENTER BENJAMIN 1854 SOUTH BRISTOL CARPENTER BENJAMIN C. 1854 SOUTH BRISTOL CARPENTER DANIEL 1812 SENECA
CARPENTER JOHN 1813 CANANDAIGUA CARPENTER LOT C. 1847 FARMINGTON CARPENTER LOTT C. 1849 FARMINGTON CARPENTER PLATT 1840 VICTOR
CARPENTER PLATT 1839 VICTOR
CARPENTER PLATT 1844 VICTOR
CARPENTER PLATT 1850 VICTOR
CARPENTER PLATT 1852 VICTOR
CARPENTER PLATT 1854 VICTOR
CARPENTER PLATT 1855 VICTOR
CARPENTER PLATT 1854 VICTOR
CARPENTER POWELL 1804 SENECA
CARPENTER RICHARD 1804 CANANDAIGUA
CARPENTER ROSWELL 1816 JERUSALEM
Number 1029 in the Carpenter Memorial.
1610. Elizabeth Catherine Carpenter
Re: CARPENTER Family St. Mary's Co., MD c 1750-1800
Posted by: Frank Bradner (ID *****9290) Date: November 07, 2002 at 16:49:28
In Reply to: CARPENTER Family St. Mary's Co., MD c 1750-1800 by Pat Obrist of 6256
PAT --- here is some more Maddox material to chew on ------ Catherine Kate Maddox (1854-1930, bur Chaptico, MD), dau of George & Elizabeth Maddox marr Oscar Garner Hayden (1839-1903, Bur Chaptico, MD). Oscar Garner Hayden was the son of Elizabeth Catherine Carpenter (1823-1893, bur Christ Church, Chaptico, St Marys, MD) and Hezekiah Garner Hayden. Elizabeth Catherine Carpenter was dau of Charles Carpenter (ca 1790-98 - Oct 1823) and ____ Cahill. Charles Carpenter was the son of Capt John Carpenter & Susanna Turner.
4157. George E. Carpenter
CENSUS: 1880 US Census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
George E. CARPENTER Self M Male W 67 NY Notion Dealer NY NY
Enily B. CARPENTER Wife M Female W 61 NY Keeping House MA NY
Clara E. CARPENTER Other S Female W 57 NY NY NY
Census Place Elmira, Chemung, New York
Family History Library Film 1254817
NA Film Number T9-0817
Page Number 323B
4163. Clara C. Carpenter
In 1880 US Census with brother George.
1616. Matthew Carpenter Maj. Gen.
Number 8324 in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 782.
Family on page 784 and 785 (# 1676).
Tombstone inscriptions: Maj. Gen., Matthew Carpenter, Died, Oct. 6, 1839, In
the 81 year of his age., Catherine wife of, Maj. Gen. M. Carpenter, died Oct.
28, 1830, Aged 65 years.
Matthew Carpenter went to Newtown, Tioga county, New York, now Elmira, Chemung county, New York, in 1793 and bought a large tract of land in what is now the center of the city of ElMira. A stream, Newton creek, ran through one large tract of his land 200 acres, on it was the first fulling mill in these parts and he owned a wollen mill.
He was a member of the assembly in 1799 and 1823. He was a delegate from the county to the Constitutional Convention of 1821. It was when he was in the legislature that the name of Newtown was changed to Elmira after the name of his favorite daughter Amira usually written Almira or Elmira.
He also held the office of clerk for the county for 19 years, receiving his
appointment from Gov. Clinton. He was very promiment in the legislature.
On difficult questions his opinions were concidered the best.
He built the first sawmill, wool carding and cloth dressing mill in that
county. When in the legislature he rode on horseback back and forth with
saddle and saddle bags though the woods, conciderable part of the way (with)
nothing to guide him (the) indian trail and marked trees.
He was appointed the state surveyor of the public lands in New York.
He was also appointed general by the govenor, of a regiment of militia after
Newtown, Tioga county, New York became: Elmira, Tioga County, New York about 1821 (or there abouts). Elmira, Tioga, NY became Elmira,Chemung, NY in 1836.
NAME: Last name either Mathers or Matthews
SEE: Web Page that has the newspaper notice date for this person:
Carpenter, Mrs. Catharine died at Elmira NY posted 10 Nov 1830.
4166. John Carpenter
Number 8344 in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 784.
4167. Catherine Carpenter
Number 8354 in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 785.
4168. Hannah Carpenter
Number 8355a in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 785.
4169. Jane Carpenter
Number 8348 in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 785.
Residence: Southport, NY.
4170. Julia Carpenter
Number 8352 in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 785.
4172. Rachel or Lockey Carpenter
Number 8355 in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 785.
!NAME: Sometimes called "Lockey".
Probably married a Lawrence. Possibly this person is two daughters, one who
married a Lawrence. No birth date given. Possible gaps in mother's birth
pattern gives probablity to about 1784, 1795 or 1803. 1795 picked as middle.
Probably a brother to Robert Lawrence of Naples, NY. - or the same person?
4173. Eliza Matthews Carpenter
Number 8350 in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 785.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 9
Mrs. Rachel Lawrence Shepard Chapin.
DAR ID Number: 8535
Born in New York.
Wife of Louis Chapin.
Descendant of George Shepard, of Connecticut.
Daughter of Erastus Shepard and Eliza Mathews Carpenter, his wife.
Granddaughter of George Shepard and Abigal Mix, his wife.
George Shepard, 1776, turned out for the defense of New York in the Fifteenth
Regiment of militia.
4175. Amira Carpenter
Number 8349 in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 785.
It was when her father was in the legislature that the name of Newtown
was changed to Elmira after his favorite daughter Amira usually written
Almira or Elmira. Chemung county was created in 1836 out of parts of Tioga
SEE: Web page that gives Elmira as the marriage location and date:
Carpenter, Amira marriage published in the Elmira NY Newspaper to Robert H.
Thompson in the 6 Jan 1819 issue date.
Carpenter, Amira Elmira NY Robert H. Thompson 6 Jan 1819
4176. Sally Carpenter
Number 8353 in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 785.
4177. Caroline Carpenter
Number 8351 in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 785.
1621. Henry Carpenter
Not in the Carpenter Memorial. Father on Page 86.
SEE: Colonial Famlies of the United States, pages 109 to 113, by George Norbury MacKenzie.
MARRIAGE: Married by Rev. Dr. Norr. (page 111).
Elizabeth "Betsy" Mascraft
Daughter of John Mascraft.
1629. Hannah Carpenter
Number 975 on page 160 in the CARPENTER MEMORIAL.
Notice descrepancy in birth dates. One is wrong? My guess is that the IGI entry is wrong. See 2) below.
IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
Hannah CARPENTER Female
Birth: 21 JAN 1791 Goshen, , Chenango, New York
Father: Benjamin CARPENTER
Mother: Mary PUGSLEY
Spouse: MR Family
Marriage: 1808 , , New York
Hannah Carpenter Female
Birth: 21 JAN 1791 Goshen, Orange, New York
Death: 29 JUN 1875
Father: Jesse Carpenter
Mother: Sarah or Sally Seeley
1632. Daniel Carpenter
Number 978 on page 160 in the CARPENTER MEMORIAL.
BIRTH: 29 Oct 1785 as per above.
Born the 9th day of Oct 1745 as per below.
The Family Bible of Daniel Carpenter
SURNAMES: CARPENTER, PERLEE, HUNTTING, WINANS, HOAG
From The Holy Bible containing the Old and New Testaments together with the Apocryphatranslated out of the original tongues, and with the former translations diligently compared and revised by the special command of his majesty King James I of England.Printed and Published by M. Carey, No 12 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, 1813Marriages:Daniel Carpenter, son of Benjamin and Mary CarpenterBorn the 9th day of Oct 1745Died 3 May 1853Zayde Perlee, daughter of Edmond and Zayde PerleeBorn Friday Jan 10th 1783Died 5 April 1853Daniel Carpenter & Zayde Perlee were married Thursday, the 6th of January in the year 1814Zada Winans & Edmond Perlee (Major General) Aug 15, 1779Benjamin Carpenter & Tamma E. Huntting were married Oct 29th 1840Edmond P.L. Carpenter & Frances E. Hoag were married Nov 26th 1844Samuel P. Carpenter & Hannah Huntting were married Aug 27th 1846Births:Samuel P. Carpenter son of Daniel and Zayde Carpenter Born Friday Dec the 1st 1814Died March 17th 1886Benjamin Carpenter son of Daniel and Zayde CarpenterBorn Tuesday Feb 27th 1817Died 1856Edmond Carpenter son of Daniel and Zayde CarpenterBorn Tuesday May the 26th 1818Died Sept 22, 1906Note:Newspaper obituary found in this Bible states Edmond PerLee Carpenter was born in the Smithfield section of Amenia and died in Amenia. He "followed the vocation of a farmer. "He was a man of sterling integrity and high character and very much respected - In early manhood he joined the Smithfield Presbyterian Church and was for many years a ruling elder in that church in whose affairs he ever bore a leading part. Always taking a great interest in public affairs, he kept up an intelligent observation of current events even up to the last years of his advanced age. He was a strong republican and a good citizen, a man greatly esteemed by a wide circle of friends."Zayde Eliza Carpenter daughter of Daniel and Zayde Carpenter Born Thursday 11 May 1820Died Feb 27th 1891Note from the bible's current owner:This is one of three family bibles I received after my father's sister, Amanda Frances Haviland McCaw, died. She had been living in her father's house in Millville, NJ and he (Virgil Haviland) had apparently inherited all of them from his father, Girard P. Haviland.Daniel Carpenter is my 3 great grandfather. According to the History of Dutchess Co by J. H. Smith, p 442 and the Commemorative Biographical Record, p 21 his grandfather, Daniel Carpenter, for whom he apparently was named, came to Dutchess Co. from Long Island in 1752. He and his wife, Sarah Hall, lived in Crum Elbow, Hyde Park until his death in 1777. They had 6 children, one of whom, Benjamin, b. 11 July 1749, d. 17 Jan 1837, was the father of the owner of this bible.Benjamin lived in Crum Elbow on land given him by his father. He later purchased land in Stanford, where he died in 1837. He was a Patriot and was persecuted by the Tories for raising a company for the Colonial army. His home was robbed 3 times and on other occasions he was saved by his "immense greyhound". He married, 9 September 1773, Mary Pugsley, daughter of Samuel Pugsley of Westchester. They had 8 children.Their son, Daniel, owner of this family bible, resided in Amenia. He and his wife, Zayde PerLee Carpenter are buried in the Smithfield Burying Ground.Their son, Benjamin, and Tamma E. Huntting, had a daughter, Amanda Carpenter. Amanda married my great grandfather, Girard P. Haviland. See Girard P. Haviland family bible.
Ann Haviland Amadori
She was the daughter of Edmond and Zayde Perlee.
4182. Samuel P. Carpenter
Number 2244 on page 282 in the CARPENTER MEMORIAL.
4183. Edmund Perlee Carpenter
Number 2245 on page 282 in the CARPENTER MEMORIAL.
NAME: Edmund as above and Edmond as per Father's bible record.
Note:Newspaper obituary found in this Bible states Edmond PerLee Carpenter was born in the Smithfield section of Amenia and died in Amenia. He "followed the vocation of a farmer. "He was a man of sterling integrity and high character and very much respected - In early manhood he joined the Smithfield Presbyterian Church and was for many years a ruling elder in that church in whose affairs he ever bore a leading part. Always taking a great interest in public affairs, he kept up an intelligent observation of current events even up to the last years of his advanced age. He was a strong republican and a good citizen, a man greatly esteemed by a wide circle of friends."
1635. Morgan Carpenter Judge
Number 981 on page 160 in the CARPENTER MEMORIAL.
Family on page 282 and 283 (# 339) More info in book.
Ref: Carpenter Chronicles, Vol. 23, 1995, page 9 BB Topp. information taken
from The History of Dutchess County New York.
Morgan Carpenter was appointed by Governor Seward in 1841 "one of the County
Judges for Duchess Co." served one term of 4 years and declined a
re-appointment. In 1852 he removed from Stanford (note there is a difference
in spelling of Stanford, Sanford for an earlier time?) where he had lived
thus far, to the city of Poughkeepsie, In which he resided until his death. As
a large landed proprietor he was energetic and enterprising in business
affairs. His sterling integrity and high regard for principle always
commanded respect. His unusually sound judgment made him a most trusted
counselor, while a tender and sympathetic heart rendered him a kind friend a
revered parent. A firm believer in the truths of revelation he exemplified
it's precepts in the uprightness of his life, and was ever a reverent attendant
upon the worship of the church and a Liberal contributor to it's support.
Thoroughly devoted to his country, in all questions of a public nature he took
a warm interest and on all such questions, whether pertaining to City, County,
State or Nation, he was always found advocating an honest and liberal
policy. While as a member of the Whig and Republican parties, he was earnest
in the advocacy of political positions and on one or two occasions declined
nominations tendered him for important offices. His ambition was not to hold
office, but to do his duty to his
country and neighborhood to the best of his ability, and so through a long life
he acquired and retained the respect and esteem of all who knew him.
4186. Catherine Bockee Carpenter
Number 2247 on page 282 in the CARPENTER MEMORIAL.
The CM has birth date as 25 Nov. 1821 but this is in error. See Carpenter
Burial ground notes in father's notes.
4187. Benjamin Platt Carpenter
Number 2248 on page 282 in the CARPENTER MEMORIAL.
The first child of Morgan Carpenter and Maria Bocke, a boy of unusual ability
and promise combined with great amiability, died while at school in Warren CT.
The CM states he died at Stanford.
4188. Catherine Bockee Carpenter
Number 2249 on page 282 in the CARPENTER MEMORIAL.
4192. Lois Smith Carpenter
Number 2253 on page 283 in the CARPENTER MEMORIAL.
4193. Sarah Maria Carpenter
Number 2254 on page 283 in the CARPENTER MEMORIAL.
She was for a long time one of the state board of commisioners of charity, and
a very active member. She took much interest in local doings and was well
known as a woman of remarkable ability and good judgement.
1636. John Carpenter Col.
Number 941 in the Carpenter Memorial. Page 157.
Family on page 280 (# 330). He held the office of Colonel.
4196. Delia Carpenter
Number 2218 in the Carpenter Memorial. No family listed. They had one
daughter. Birth and death stats may be for husband?
4197. Daniel Carpenter
Number 2219 in the Carpenter Memorial. No family listed except in notes.
1642. Benjamin Carpenter
NAME: Middle initial may be T.
CENSUS: 1850 US Census - See image: RIN 91017 Benjamin Carpenter 1850.jpg
Name: Benj Carpenter
Event Date: 1850
Event Place: Thompson, Sullivan, New York, United States
Birthplace: New York
Estimated Birth Year: 1776
Dwelling House Number: 569
Family Number: 572
Line Number: 8
NARA Publication Number: M432
NARA Roll Number: 603
Film Number: 444319
Digital Folder Number: 004215526
Image Number: 00088
Collection: United States Census, 1850
Household Gender Age
Benj Carpenter M 74
Martha Carpenter F 77
"United States Census, 1850," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MZM3-Y8C : accessed 21 April 2012), Benj Carpenter in household of Benj Carpenter (Thompson, Sullivan, New York, United States).
NAME: Maiden name may have been Mance.