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Pellets of Paupack PA; Orange Co., NY; Sussex Co., NJ

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Posted: 12 Dec 2000 10:54AM GMT
Edited: 26 Mar 2005 9:38AM GMT
John Pellet b. 4 Apr 1715 (vr) Canterbury, Connecticut bpt 1 May 1715 Canterbury Congregational Church son of Richard Pellet and Ann Brooks m. 12 Nov 1741 (vr) at Canterbury, Hepsibah Felch
b. 20 Feb 1715/16 (vr) Canterbury bpt 23 July 1738 Canterbury Congregational Church daughter of John Felch and Elizabeth Johnson. John and Hepsibah were members of the Canterbury Congregational Church where their children were baptised.

John became interested in lands on the Susquehanna River in the Wyoming Valley at what is now the present area of Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. "The subscribers Inhabatants of Farmingtown Windham Canterbury Plainfield and Volingtown (Voluntown) in several other Towns and all In the Colony of Connectt Humbly Sheweth that whereas there is a Large Quantity of Land Lying upon a River called Suscohannah (Susquehanna) River and also at a Place Calld Quiwomock and that there is no English Inhabatants that Lives on sd Land Nor near thereunto and the Same Lyes about Seventy mills westerly of Dilleway (Delaware) River and as wee sopose within the Charter of the Colony of Connectt and that their is a number of Indians that Lives on or near the Place of Land afor Said who Lays Claim to the Same and wee the Subscribers to the number of one Hundred fifty Persons who are very desirous to Go and Inhabate the afor sd Land . . . dated this ye 29th day of March Anno domino 1753" (The Susquehannah Company Papers Vol I 1750-55 pp. 16-18).

Though the name of John Pellet appears on the list of of subscribers in 1753 there is no record of the Pellet family removing from Connecticut until twenty one years later when in 1774 they settled on Wallenpaupack Creek in present Pike County, Pennsylvania. The entire party consisted of several families. John Pellet was nearly sixty years of age and accompanied sons William and John, William being married with children. We have no record if Hepsibah made the journey or had died previously in Connecticut. It is uncertain if they were headed for the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania where several hundred families were residing on what was then the frontier or decided on settlement at Wallenpaupack, having made prior arrangements to settle there. The Indian trail by which the first settlers from Connecticut reached the Wyoming Valley passed through the Wallenpaupack, westward through CobbÂ’s Gap to the Lackawanna Valley and on to the Susquehanna River and Wyoming Valley. The original settlement at Wallenpaupack in 1774 contained about thirty families. "The Wallenpaupack settlement seems to have been made very independently. They did not derive any title from Connecticut, although it is probable the Connecticut claim led them to this country. They took no pains to obtain any titles from Pennsylvania and purchased no title from the Indians, but simply proceeded on the old theory that title is acquired by the first occupant. They found the beautiful Paupack flats, with a small Indian clearing, and here they located." The tract upon which they settled, contained twelve thousand one hundred and fifty acres and was surveyed 14 Oct 1751 "for the use of the proprietaries of Pennsylvania" called "The Wallenpaupack Manor." Titles to these lands were not secured by the settlers until 1804 and prior to this no deed had been held by an occupant for a single acre. As soon as the settlers located at Wallenpaupack they built a fort for protection, which contained about one acre within the enclosure and a "never-failing" spring of water. From their arrival in 1774 until 1777 they lived in relative peace. During the years 1777 and 1778 the settlers were often harassed by Indians and those loyal to Britain. On 3 July 1778 the battle of Wyoming occurred in which over three hundred settlers were killed by Indians and ButlerÂ’s forces of Loyalists. Preparations were hastily made for departure from the Wallenpaupack and before sunset on 4 July 1778 the entire settlement was on their way to the Delaware River. The Pellet families settled at a location later known as Pellet's Island near Goshen, Orange County, New York. It is related that after a few weeks in their new settlement, John Pellet Jr., Walter Kimble, Charles Forsythe, and Uriah Chapman, Jr., returned to Wallenpaupack to survey any damages. The fort and homes were still standing and they spent several days there harvesting crops and were working on the last farm when Indians surprised them. Except for Uriah Chapman being shot in the arm, they escaped and returned to Goshen, New York. Again in the spring of 1779 five young men went back to the settlement and found their homes still intact and made preparations to make maple sugar. Again, Indians surprised them and the men escaped. No further attempt would be made by the settlers to return for a few years. The following letter from Captain James Bonnel to Captain Westfall shows the condition of affairs in 1782.

Minisink, 31 August, 1782.
Dear Sir:
"I am exceeding happy to inform you that my scouts, which returned last evening and this morning from Shelolah, Bluminggrove and Laqueway, have made no discoveries of any savages or other Enemies. They inform me, that there is fourteen Houses Standing at Laqueway and that the grass and weeds have grown through the cracks of the Flour, and that they are confident from the appearance of things that there has not been any Enemy there this Summer."

Laqueway (Lackaway) was the Wallenpaupack settlement. It is related that seventeen families of the original settlers returned to the Wallenpaupack in 1783 among them the elder John Pellet and his son John Pellet Jr. John and HepsibahÂ’s son William and his family remained in Orange County, New York and did not return to the Wallenpaupack. John d. 15 Feb 1801 in the 86 year of his age (ts), Bingham Cemetery, Paupack. Hepsibah was living 20 July 1761 in the distribution of her father's estate, but there is no record of her after that date, her date of death and place of interment unknown and as previously stated it is unknown if she accompanied the family to Pennsylvania from Connecticut.

The Wallenpaupack first settled by these hardy pioneers has been changed forever. The farms are all gone and lay under the huge Wallenpaupack Lake which was created when a dam was built and is now a popular recreation resort.

Children of John Pellet and Hepsibah Felch:
1. William Pellet b. 17 Aug 1742 (vr) Canterbury, Connecticut.
2. Ann Pellet b. 28 Oct 1745 (vr) Canterbury bpt 30 Nov 1746.
3. John Pellet Jr., b. 2 Feb 1747/8 (vr) Canterbury bpt 20 Mar 1747/8.
4. Elizabeth Pellet b. 15 June 1750 (vr) Canterbury.
5. Sybil Pellet b. 15 Sept 1753 (vr) Canterbury bpt 5 Nov 1752.
6. Mary Pellet b. 5 Apr 1755 (vr) Canterbury bpt 8 Mar 1755.
7. Abigail Pellet b. 12 Dec 1757 (vr) Canterbury bpt Apr 1757.

The last three children's baptisms occur before their dates of birth, obviously an error in the church records or the town birth records.


























SECOND GENERATION


1. William Pellet b. 17 Aug 1742 m. 17 Aug 1767 Mary Bradford b. 1 Mar 1744 (vr) Canterbury, Connecticut bpt 2 June 1744 (Canterbury Congregational Church) daughter of William Bradford and Mary Cleveland and a descendant of William Bradford of the Mayflower. William and Mary were members of the Congregational Church in Canterbury. They removed in 1774 with other members of the Pellet family to Paupack, Pike County, Pennsylvania and in 1778 they fled eastward to Orange County, New York after the battle of Wyoming and outbreak of Indian hostilities. They settled at a place that later became known as Pellet's Island now in the town of Wayawanda, Orange County, New York near Denton, New York. William Pellet and his family remained in Orange County and did not return to Wallenpaupack with his brother and father in 1783. Enumerated in the town of Goshen, Orange County in 1790 with 4 males of age 16 and upwards, 2 males under age 16, and 4 females. Will of William, farmer, dated 4 Dec 1799 town of Minisink, Orange County, New York named wife, Mary; sons, William and Obadiah; grandchildren, William, Obadiah, Thomas, and John Crane. Will proved 15 Jan 1800.

William Pellet was buried in a cemetery on the heights overlooking the Walkill River. The cemetery was completely undermined in 1956 by the Orange County Sand and Gravel Company. The Orange County Sand and Gravel Company petitioned to have the markers and bodies removed to the Ridgebury Cemetery. Judge Raphael A. Egan ruled on 30 Dec 1955 that "application of the petitioner . . . is hereby granted, and that the remains of the deceased persons enumerated in the petition who have been interred in the cemetery at Pellet's Island, Town of Wayawanda, Orange County, New York, be removed to and reinterred in the Ridgebury Cemetery owned by the Ridgebury Association, a properly kept cemetery in the same town . . ." The order also specified that the petitioner was to bear the expenses of removal. The markers were removed to Ridgebury Cemetery, but the bodies were not and the article disclosing this information appeared in the Middletown Times Herald, July 19, 1956. William's marker is the only one cited in the article, bearing the inscription Dec 21, 1799 aged 87 years. A shovel operator for the excavating firm, John Leinweber, reported he had unearthed the remains of more than forty bodies. "They even missed one of the stones," Mr. Leinweber said, ". . . you can even read the markings on it."

Mary Pellet went to live with her only surviving child, Obadiah at Pellettown, Sussex County, New Jersey and d. 8 June 1829 88y (ts) buried Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Wantage township, Sussex County, New Jersey.

William and Mary had three known children and perhaps others who died in infancy or childhood.
8. William Pellet b. 20 Mar 1771 (bible) Canterbury, Connecticut bpt 11 Oct 1772.
9. Asenath Pellet bpt 11 Oct 1772 Canterbury.
10. Obadiah Pellet b. 7 June 1775 (ts) Paupack, Pennsylvania.

3. John Pellet Jr., b. 2 Feb 1748 removed in 1774 from Connecticut with other family members for the Wyoming Valley (present Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania area), but settled on Wallenpaupack Creek in present Pike County, Pennsylvania before reaching the Wyoming Valley. John is related to have served in the American Revolution for the American cause and is related to have participated in a battle on Long Island. The Pellet families remained four years at Wallenpaupack before Indian hostilities during the American Revolution drove them east to Orange County, New York. They settled at a location later known as Pellet's Island near Goshen. It is also related that after a few weeks in their new settlement, John Pellet with some other men, Walter Kimble, Charles Forsythe, and Uriah Chapman, Jr., returned to Wallenpaupack to survey any damages and spent several days there harvesting crops and were working on the last farm when Indians surprised them. Except for Uriah Chapman being shot in the arm, they escaped and returned to Goshen, New York. John Pellet Jr., and his father returned to Wallenpaupack in 1783 after the Revolution and the threat of Indian hostilites had ceased. John m. c. 1788 Nancy Bingham b. 15 Dec 1767 daughter of Hezekiah Bingham and Phebe Boynton who had also removed from Connecticut to Wallenpaupack. The family was enumerated in Wallen Papack Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania in 1790 with 3 males of age 16 and upwards, 2 males under 16 years, and 1 female. Upon the death of his father, John came into the possession of lots 5, 8, 11, and 1/2 of 12. John was a lumberman and farmer. John d. 18 Sept 1838 90y 7m 16d (ts) and Nancy d. 15 Feb 1843 in the 76 year of her age (ts) buried Bingham Cemetery, Paupack, Pennsylvania.

11. Richard Pellet b. 1/4 Aug 1789.
12. John Pellet b. 14 Dec 1791.
13. Abigail Pellet b. 31 Mar 1794.
14. George Pellet b. 29 Apr 1797.
15. William Pellet b. 2 Jan 1802.
16. Calvin Pellet b. 13 Aug 1804.
17. Gurdon Pellet b. 1 Nov 1806.
18. Nancy Pellet b. 17 Oct 1809.
19. Ira K. Pellet b. 2 Dec 1812.

4. Elizabeth Pellet b. 15 June 1750 m. 1 Dec 1771 Phineas Lester b. 17 Nov 1748 son of Andrew Lester and Priscilla Stevens. In 1787 Phineas and Elizabeth with their seven children removed from Canterbury, Connecticut to Wallenpaupack, Pennsylvania where her father and brothers had settled several years earlier. Elizabeth d. 1816 buried Bingham Cemetery. Phineas had a marker which became illegible and has been replaced by a marker that reads - "Phineas Lester PVT, Clarks Co. Latimer's Conn Mil. Rev. War."

20. Lucinda Lester b. 16 Feb 1773 Canterbury, Connecticut.
21. Mary Lester b. 14 Feb 1775 Canterbury.
22. Priscilla Lester b. 3 Apr 1777 Canterbury.
23. Andrew Lester b. 28 May 1778 Canterbury.
24. John Lester b. 18 July 1781 Canterbury.
25. Abigail Lester b. 8 June 1783 Canterbury.
26. Hepzibah Lester b. 31 Oct 1787 Canterbury.
27. Orrin Lester b. 11 Jan 1790 Paupack, Pennsylvania.

6. Mary Pellet b. 5 Apr 1755 (vr) Canterbury bpt 8 Mar 1755 m. Stephen Purdy.

7. Abigail Pellet b. 12 Dec 1756/7 m. 13 Apr 1783 (Goshen, New York Presbyterian Church record) Benjamin Whitaker. He was perhaps the Benjamin Whitaker who was a son of Richard Whitaker of Orange County, New York. In the battle of Minisink, Benjamin Whitaker was shot through the arm and breast and placed under the shelter of a rock with others, yet he was still able to flee. He reached and crossed the Delaware River, crawled up a hill among the laurel and secreted himself under a fallen tree, when he found he was likely to be overtaken by and Indian on his trail. The twilight rendered all objects indistinct. The Indian got on the tree under which Whitaker lay, and after standing and listening awhile returned, greatly to the relief of the wounded and bleeding man. Whitaker lived many years, resided in Deposit, New York a long time and afterward went back to Orange County, New York where he died. While in Deposit he lived on Manin Street and served as a cobbler. His brother, John, also escaped, after having seven balls shot through his clothes, with but slight flesh wounds.







THIRD GENERATION


8. William Pellet b. 20 Mar 1771 m. 7 Feb 1795 Phebe Meeker b. 20 June 1771. An Orange County, New York deed (G:182) places William Pellet at Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, New York in Nov 1799. Liber 91:301 refers to a mortgage of 1801 naming William Pellet and wife, Phebe. Phebe was the mother of two daughters and died sometime after the birth of the second daughter, 17 May 1800. William m. 13 May 1806 (bible) (2)Mary Corwin b. 4 Mar 1781 (bible) Walkill, Orange County, New York daughter of Daniel Corwin and Anna Hulse. One month after his second marriage William d. 19 June 1806 (bible). Tradition has it that his death resulted in a fall from a horse on a return from Sussex County, New Jersey where he and brother Obadiah had purchased land. He was buried beside his father in the cemetery (now destroyed) at PelletÂ’s Island. Letters of administration (C:182) dated 3 July 1806 on his estate. A petition dated 3 June 1810 for Asenath and Eliza Pellet, minors under 21, by David M. Westcott, their guardian, and Harriet Pellet, also a minor under 21, by Daniel Corwin, her guardian, showeth that the petitioners are seized in fee simple in the right of their father, William Pellet the younger, deceased, each 1/6 part and Obadiah Pellet, yeoman, of Sussex County, New Jersey, 3/6 part of said William Pellet, deceased, owned in his right of the last Will of his father, William Pellet, Elder, deceased. Mary Corwin Pellet m. 22 Sept 1818 (2)Howell Reeve b. 1777 son of Joshua Reeve as his second wife who had m. (1)Elizabeth Wood b. 1783 and she d. 11 July 1816 32y 9m (ts) Reeve Cemetery. Howell d. 8 Nov 1853 76y 28d (ts) and Mary d. 3 Mar 1873 92y 11m 29d (ts) Hohokus, New Jersey buried with Howell and his first wife in Reeve Cemetery. They are the only ones buried in the private family cemetery located in a field on the west side of Route 284 less than one mile north of the intersection of Whitbow Road.

Children of William and Phebe:
28. Asenath Pellet b. 10 Jan 1797 (bible).
29. Eliza Pellet b. 17 May 1800 (bible).

Child of William and Mary:
30. Harriet Pellet b. 29 Jan 1807 (bible).

Children of Howell and Mary:
Gabriel Reeve b. 21 Jan 1820.
Elizabeth Reeve (twin) b. 29 Mar 1823.
Howell Reeve (twin) b. 29 Mar 1823.

9. Asenath Pellet bpt 11 Oct 1772 m. 22 Dec 1791 (Goshen Presbyterian Church record) Benjamin Crane b. 12 Feb 1769 son of Stephen Crane. Asenath d. sometime after the birth of her youngest son in the spring of 1797 and before 4 Dec 1799 the date of her father's Will. Benjamin m. (2)Nellie Owen and she d. 3 May 1808 28y of apoplexy (Goshen Presbyterian Church record). Benjamin m. 7 Apr 1810 (Goshen Presbyterian Church record) (3)Sally Lusk. Benjamin m. (4)Eve Millspaugh. Benjamin d. 26 Mar 1821 of consumption (Goshen Presbyterian Church record), age 52 at Goshen, Orange County, New York buried Webb Cemetery near Goshen. Eve was a member 29 Oct 1831of the Goshen Presbyterian Church, d. 18 Sept 1841.

Children of Benjamin and Asenath:
31. William Crane b. 31 Oct 1792.
32. Obadiah Crane b. 16 Mar 1794.
33. Thomas Crane b. 1795.
34. John Nelson Crane b. 31 Mar 1797.

Children of Benjamin and Nellie:
Mary Crane b. Mar 1799.
Elizabeth Crane.
Sarah Crane b. 1801.
Ellen Crane b. 1806.
Horace Crane.

Children of Benjamin and Eve:
Asenath Crane.
Michael Jackson Crane.

10. Obadiah Pellet b. 7 June 1775 m. 9 Dec 1797 (Goshen Presbyterian Church record) Mary Crane b. 17 June 1778 perhaps a sister of Benjamin Crane who m. Obadiah's sister, Asenath. Mary d. 22 Mar 1800 buried in the cemetery (now destroyed) at Pellet's Island, Orange County, New York. On 1 May 1801 Obadiah and his brother, William purchased a 600 acre tract of land on a branch of the Walkill River in neighboring Sussex County, New Jersey. At some point Obadiah removed permanently from PelletÂ’s Island in Orange County, New York to neighboring Sussex County, settling in Frankford Township where he and his brother had purchased land. Obadiah m. 18 June 1804 (Sussex County, New Jersey marriage record and First Baptist Church of Wantage record) (2)Charlotte Westbrook b. 30 Nov 1782 (ts) daughter of Richard Westbrook and Mary Wilson of Sussex County. Papakating (later known as Pellettown) was situated in one of the most beautiful valleys in Frankford. It is three miles in length and about two in width. The soil in this valley is exceedingly fertile." In 1807 (corner stone) a home was built, which was torn down in 1862 to make way for another. A grist mill was set up, a blacksmith shop, and even a store in 1812. The site of these activities was known as Pepocotting (became Papakating), after the stream on which they had located, but gradually adopted the name Pellettown. Obadiah added to his earlier purchase and soon acquired vast tracts of real estate in Frankford and Wantage Townships. He became very successful in his business enterprises and owned slaves. Though this is a dark part of our history, it is related that when they were set free, they begged to remain as servants, because of ObadiahÂ’s kindness and consideration. Obadiah was a Congregationalist and perhaps attended the Beemer Meeting House near their residence. Enumerated in Frankford Township in 1830 with 3 males of age 5 and under 10, 2 males of age 10 and under 15, 3 males of age 20 and under 30, 1 male of age 50 and under 60, 2 females of age 15 and under 20, 1 female of age 40 and under 50. Lengthy Will of Obadiah dated 14 Jan 1846 with bequests of large tracts of real estate to his children and the payment of $950 annually to his wife. Obadiah d. 12 May 1849 (ts and Sussex Register, May 19, 1849). Charlotte was enumerated in Frankford Township in 1850 residing with son Richard. Charlotte d. 19 Apr 1854 (ts and Sussex Register, May 20, 1854) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Wantage township, Sussex County, New Jersey.

DIED, In Frankford, on the 12th inst, Obadiah Pellet, in the 75th year of his age (New Jersey Herald, May 19, 1849).

Child of Obadiah and Mary:
35. William Crane Pellet b. 17 Nov 1798.

Children of Obadiah and Charlotte:
36. Mary Pellet b. 14 Nov 1804.
37. Emeline Pellet b. 25 Feb 1806.
38. Luretta Pellet b. 25 Sept 1807.
39. Obadiah Pellet b. 23 Apr 1809.
40. Charlotte Pellet b. 23 Jan 1811.
41. Emily Pellet b. 26 Aug 1812.
42. Asenath Pellet b. 28 Jan 1814.
43. John W. Pellet b. 6 Apr 1815.
44. Richard Westbrook Pellet b. 24 June 1816 d. 5 July 1816 11d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery.
45. Bradford Cleveland Pellet b. 19 Aug 1817.
46. Eliza J. Pellet b. 6 Mar 1819 d. 26 Sept 1820 1y 6m 20d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery.
47. Stephen Jackson Pellet b. 18 May 1820.
48. LeGrand Warren Pellet b. 9 Apr 1822.
49. Richard Westbrook Pellet b. 25 Feb 1826.

11. Richard Pellet b. 1/4 Aug 1789 m. Fanny McGowan and he d. 15 Apr 1829 39y 8m 15d (ts) Bingham Cemetery, Paupack, Pennsylvania. Fanny m. (2)James Stewart.

50. Lucinda Pellet.
51. Adelbert Pellet.
52. Richard Pellet Jr., b. Jan 1829.

12. John Pellet b. 14 Dec 1791 m. Laura Ansley (Ainslee) b. 4 Jan 1807 daughter of Joseph Ansley and wife Polly of Paupack, Pennsylvania. John d. 6 Sept 1831 buried Bingham Cemetery, Paupack. Laura m. (2)Labenus (or Lebbeus) Bennet of Paupack b. 1803 d. 1 July 1863.

53. Polly A. Pellet b. 1826 d. 6 July 1829 3y 3m (ts) Bingham Cemetery.
54. Oliver Pellet b. 20 Sept 1827 d. 22 Aug 1828 11m 27d (ts) Bingham Cemetery.
55. Abigail Pellet b. 1829.

13. Abigail Pellet b. 31 Mar 1794 m. Asa Kimble b. 10 Aug 1791 son of Ephraim Kimble and Eunice Ansley of Paupack, Pennsylvania. Resided on a farm two miles north of Honesdale, Wayne County, Pennsylvania on the Dyberry. Asa d. Feb 1847 and Abigail d. 4 Feb 1879 buried Glen Dyberry Cemetery near Honesdale.

56. Nancy P. Kimble b. 18 Aug 1815 Honesdale, Pennsylvania.
57. Ephraim Kimble b. 31 Aug 1817 Honesdale.
58. Olive Kimble.
59. George Kimble.
60. John P. Kimble.
61. Isaac R. Kimble b. 1827.
62. William Kimble b. 1832.
63. Martin K. Kimble b. 1835

14. George Pellet b. 29 Apr 1797 m. Elizabeth Roberts b. 24 Feb 1802 daughter of Samuel Roberts. George d. 20 May 1875 (ts) buried Bingham Cemetery, Paupack, Pennsylvania. George and son Albert have names on same marker.

64. Edilda B. Pellet b. 12 Jan/1 Dec 1822.
65. Albert Pellet b. 24 Sept 1824.
66. Lucy Ann Pellet b. 2 Dec 1826.
67. Oliver Pellet (twin) b. 3 Apr 1829, single, d. 31 May 1883 in Florida.
68. Olive Pellet (twin) b. 3 Apr 1829 d. 12 July 1852 Paupack.
69. John Pellet b. 7/17 Aug 1831.
70. Urban R. Pellet b. 28 Jan 1834.
71. Orren Hall Pellet b. 28 Mar 1836, single, d. 4 Feb 1862.
72. Sarah Pellet b. 17 Oct 1839.
73. Samuel R. Pellet b. 18 Oct 1841.
74. Abigail Pellet b. 30 Dec 1844, single, resided Bronson, Florida.

15. William Pellet b. 2 Jan 1802 m. 6 Oct 1823 Adeline Killam b. 11 Mar 1804 Paupack, Pennsylvania daughter of Silas Killam of Paupack, Pennsylvania. Removed from Paupack to Mendon, Michigan. William d. 25 Dec 1870/5 Sept 1871 and Adeline d. 7 Sept 1878 Mendon.

75. Sarah Pellet b. 13 July 1824.
76. Nancy Pellet b. 18 July 1825 d. 6 Oct 1826.
77. Harriet N. Pellet b. 19 Aug 1826.

16. Calvin Pellet b. 13 Aug 1804 m. 12 Jan 1834 Eunice Kimble b. 10 Dec 1810 (ts) daughter of Ephraim Kimble and Eunice Ansley of Paupack, Pennsylvania. Calvin d. 3 Aug 1865 (ts) and Eunice d. 14 May 1871 (ts) at Paupack, Pennsylvania buried Bingham Cemetery, Paupack.

78. Helen Mar Pellet b. 13 Mar 1835.
79. William Wallace Pellet b. 26 May 1836.
80. Ezra Bingham Pellet b. 7 June 1839.
81. Nancy Genung Pellet b. 8 June 1841.
82. Ephraim Kimble Pellet b. 24 Mar 1843.
83. Theodore Frelinghuysen Pellet b. 27 Dec 1844.
84. Milcena Mahoney Pellet b. 12 Dec 1846.
85. Obadiah Pellet b. 20 Mar 1849 (family record) 20 Apr (ts calculation) d. 12 May 1849 (family record) 23d (ts) Bingham Cemetery.
86. Calvin Oscar Pellet b. 3 Jan 1853.
87. Eunice Ida Pellet b. 31 May 1856 d. 9 May 1857 11m 9d (ts) Bingham Cemetery.

17. Gurdon Pellet b. 1 Nov 1806 m. 17 June 1838 Sybil Kimble b. 10 Apr 1820 daughter of Burnham Kimble and Ann Brown. Gurdon d. 10 Nov 1874 (ts) and Sybil d. 25 July 1888 (ts) Bingham Cemetery, Paupack, Pennsylvania. Family bible gives dates of birth, marriage, dates of death for Gurdon, Sybil, and children.

88. Ira P. Pellet b. 5 Jan 1840.
89. Burnham Kimble Pellet b. 22 Oct 1842.
90. Chester A. Pellet b. 30 Oct 1844.
91. Susan Kimble Pellet b. 30 June 1847.
92. Franklin B. Pellet b. 22 Oct 1849.
93. Clara B. Pellet b. 20 Jan 1852, single, d. 6 Nov 1923.
94. Ada G. K. Pellet b. 16 Sept 1854.
95. Augusta C. Pellet b. 17 Jan 1859 d. 26 Apr 1860 1y 3m 9d (ts) Bingham Cemetery.

18. Nancy Pellet b. 17 Oct 1809 m. Meacham Kimble son of Jacob Kimble and they removed to Mendon, Michigan in the year of their marriage and then about 1855 they removed to California.

96. Gurdon Pellet Kimble.
97. Irving Kimble.
98. Newell Kimble.
99. Asa K. Kimble.

19. Ira K. Pellet b. 2 Dec 1812 m. 7 Mar 1843 Lydia Ansley and she d. 10 Apr 1872 Mendon, Michigan.

100. George P. Pellet b. 3 May 1844.
101. Nancy P. Pellet b. 7 Oct 1845.
102. Horner A. Pellet b. 19 Nov 1853.
103. Olive M. Pellet b. 20 Dec 1859.

FOURTH GENERATION


28. Asenath Pellet b. 10 Jan 1797 m. 2 Apr 1814 (Sussex County marriage record) Abiah Westbrook b. 13 June bpt 7 Aug 1796 (Clove Church Record) Wantage township, Sussex County, New Jersey son of Richard Westbrook and Mary Wilson. Abiah d. 21 Oct 1846 51y 3m 8d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Wantage township. Several children of whom three are given below.

104. William Westbrook b. 23 Apr 1820 d. 24 July 1846 26y 3m 1d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery.
105. Emaline Westbrook b. 1829 d. 21 Aug 1846 17y 6m 21d (ts).
106. John S. Westbrook b. 1839 d. 17 May 1845 5y 9m 16d (ts).

29. Eliza Pellet b. 17 May 1800 m. 5 Apr 1817 (Sussex County marriage record) John Rafskinder Sayre (not Sears per marriage record) b. 21 Feb 1793 son of Jedediah Sayre and Elizabeth Rafskinder of Sussex, New Jersey. John was a grocer and he d. 23 Oct 1856 and Eliza d. 11 Apr 1877.

106a.William Pellet Sayre b. 4 July 1819.
106b.Jedediah Sayre b. 6 May 1821 drowned 27 July 1831.
106c.Mary Elizabeth Sayre b. 17 Apr 1824.

30. Harriet Pellet b. 29 Jan 1807 m. 14 Oct 1828 (bible) at Milford, Pennsylvania, Gilbert Moore b. 14 Oct 1800 (bible) as his second wife. His first wife, Catherine d. 23 Jan 1827 29y 10m 26d (ts) Hillside Cemetery, Middletown, Orange County, New York. Harriet d. 28 Aug 1848 (bible and ts) at Walkill, Orange County, New York buried Hillside Cemetery. Gilbert m. (3)Hester. Gilbert d. 25 June 1869 68y 8m 11d (ts) buried with Catherine and Harriet.

Child of Gilbert and Catherine:
Martha Moore b. 30 Dec 1823 (bible) d. 9 May 1843 (bible and ts).

Children of Gilbert and Harriet:
107. William Pellet Moore b. 17 June 1830 (bible).
108. Charles Moore b. 13 Mar 1833 (bible) d. 1 Apr 1835 2y 18d (bible and ts).
109. Theodore Moore b. 15 Mar 1836 (bible).
110. Mary Moore b. 28 Aug 1842 (bible) d. 5 Jan 1843 4m 8d (bible).

31. William Crane b. 31 Oct 1792 m. Elizabeth Smith b. 17 Feb 1797. Elizabeth d. 28 Apr 1857 60y 2m 11d (ts) and William d. 1 Mar 1858 66y 4m 1d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Wantage Township, Sussex County, New Jersey. Marker should read 65y.

111. William B. Crane d. 16 Oct ____ 38y 6m 15d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery.
112. Emeline Crane d. 22 Sept 1825 1y 7m 18d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery.

32. Obadiah Crane b. 16 Mar 1794 m. Sarah Roy b. 25 July 1797 daughter of Andrew Roy and Susannah McCoy. Obadiah d. 31 Dec 1863 69y 9m 15d (ts) and Sarah d. 20 Nov 1868 71y 3m 25d (ts). Both have markers with same dates in Frankford Plains Cemetery, Frankford Township, Sussex County and Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Wantage Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.

114. Andrew Roy Crane.
115. Alanson G. Crane b. 1833.
116. Luretta Crane b. c. 1826.
117. Susan Crane b. 1820.
118. Elmira Crane.
119. Mary Crane.
120. William Crane.
121. Jane Crane.
122. Obadiah Pellet Crane.
123. Asenath M. Crane b. Dec 1816.
124. Malinda Crane.
125. Eliza Crane.
126. child d. young.

33. Thomas Crane b. 1795. Wife, Elizabeth.

34. John Nelson Crane b. 31 Mar 1797 m. Susannah Roy b. 18 Mar 1802 daughter of Andrew Roy and Susannah McCoy. John d. 16 Apr 1859 62y 16d (ts) and Susananah 24 Oct 1873 71y 7m 6d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Wantage Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.

126. Mary Crane b. 1819.
127. Stephen Roy Crane b. 25 Nov 1820.
128. Benjamin H. Crane b. 7 Mar 1823.
129. Alvah Crane b. 1825.
130. Meribah Crane b. 1827.
131. John N. Crane b. 1829.
132. William B. Crane b. 1831.
133. Asenath Crane b. 1833.
134. child b. 1835.
135. Virgil Brinson Crane b. 11 Feb 1837.
136. Obadiah Crane b. 1839.
137. Susan Crane b. 1841.
138. Amzi Crane b. 1843.
139. Margaret Elizabeth Crane b. 3 May 1845.

35. William Crane Pellet b. 17 Nov 1798 m. c. 1819 Mary Price b. 4 July 1800 Frankford township, Sussex County, New Jersey daughter of Zachariah Price and Sarah Price. Sometime in the late 1830's or very early 1840's they removed to South Bend, Indiana. It is related that Mary wrote home indicating she was homesick. Her father in law, Obadiah Pellet sent William's brother, Stephen to bring the family home when he was twenty one, which evidently was in the year 1841. Stephen found his brother keeping store and remained two weeks preparing to return to Sussex County with the family. William remained to settle business while Mary and her three children accompanied Stephen back to New Jersey. William Pellet was reportedly never heard from again, either beginning a new life or dying enroute to New Jersey. Mary and her two children living in 1850 were enumerated in Frankford Township, Sussex County with property valued at $29,604. When William and Mary's son, Obadiah was in his thirties he set out for South Bend in search of some record of his father, but was unsuccessful and upon his return to New Jersey was stricken with pneumonia at Scranton, Pennsylvania and died. His uncle, Stephen Pellet journeyed to Scranton and returned to New Jersey with his body. This information was in a letter to Judson W. Cook from J. B. Pellet dated 5 Oct 1834. Will of Mary dated 1 Sept 1873. Mary d. 24 Nov 1873 (Sussex Register, December 4, 1873).

Dates of birth for William and Mary and their first seven children recorded on an embroidered sampler in possession of John E. Chance of Upper Montclair, New Jersey.

140. Obadiah Pellet b. 1 July 1820.
141. Sarah Maria Pellet b. 17 July 1822 killed by lightning in South Bend, Indiana.
142. Zachariah Pellet b. and d. 26 June 1825 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery, Frankford township, Sussex County, New Jersey.
143. Mary Ann Pellet b. 21 Feb 1827 d. 9 Sept 1830 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery.
144. Samuel Price Pellet b. 9 Mar 1829 d. 11 Sept 1830 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery.
145. Francis Henry Pellet b. 30 Nov 1831 d. 9 Apr 1833 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery.
146. Eliza Jane Pellet b. 25 Dec 1835.
147. William Bradford Pellet b. perhaps c. 1837/8 was living 14 Jan 1846 (date of grandfather Pellet's Will) and d. before 18 Apr 1849 (date of grandfather's codicil).

36. Mary Pellet b. 14 Nov 1804 m. 8 Mar 1822 William Armstrong b. 13/18 Feb 1794 (bible) Frankford township, Sussex County, New Jersey son of Thomas Armstrong and Martha Britten. Resided Lafayette, Sussex County. William d. 10 Jan 1877 (ts) and Mary d. 20 Dec 1878 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery, Frankford township.

148. Obadiah Pellet Armstrong b. 3 Sept 1823, single, d. 30 Aug 1895.
149. Thomas Britten Armstrong b. 3 Mar 1825, single, d. 31 July 1854 Terra Haute, Indiana.
150. Martha Jane Armstrong b. 26 Nov 1826.
151. Mary A. Armstrong b. 1 July 1828 d. 14 Mar 1830.
152. William Bishop Armstrong b. 10 Aug 1830.
153. Mary Elizabeth Armstrong b. 5 Nov 1832 d. 29 Jan 1863 (ts) of typhoid fever buried Frankford Plains.
154. Bradford Cleveland Pellet Armstrong b. 1 May 1835.
155. John Beach Armstrong b. 1 Apr 1837.

37. Emeline Pellet b. 25 Feb 1806 m. 10 Dec 1823 (Sussex County marriage record) Jonathan Whitaker. Jonathan d. 10 Feb 1876 and Emeline d. 3 May 1880.

156. Charlotte Whitaker b. 7 June 1826 d. 13 Aug 1842 16y 2m 6d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Wantage township, Sussex County, New Jersey.
157. Margaret Whitaker b. Aug 1828 d. 1 Nov 1829 1y 2m 20d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery.
158. Maria Whitaker b. 1830.
159. John Whitaker b. 1833 d. 31 Mar 1835 1y 5m (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery.
160. perhaps Jonathan Whitaker d. age 21.
161. Sarah Elizabeth Whitaker b. 1838, single, resided with sister, Emeline in Port Jervis, New York and after her death she continued to reside with her brother in law, Wade Buckley and kept house for him.
162. Emeline V. Whitaker b. 1840.

38. Luretta Pellet b. 25 Sept 1807 m. 9 Mar 1827 (bible) Robert VanClief Armstrong b. 15 Sept 1803 (bible) son of Thomas Armstrong and Martha Britten. Resided Sussex, Sussex County, New Jersey. Thomas d. 23 Oct 1883 81y 1m 8d (bible) and Luretta d. 26 June 1890 82y 9m 1d (bible) buried Branchville Cemetery.

Dates of birth from Armstrong bible record.
163. Thomas Armstrong b. 12 Oct 1827.
164. Charlotte P. Armstrong b. 16 Feb 1829, single, d. 26 Sept 1868 (bible).
165. John Armstrong b. 5 Nov 1830 d. 13 Nov 1830.
166. James D. Armstrong b. 13 Sept 1831.
167. Martha Maria Armstrong b. 2 May 1833.
168. George Northrup Armstrong b. 19 Oct 1834.
169. Robert VanClief Armstrong Jr., b. 28 Mar 1836 d. 17 Jan 1864 27y 9m 20d (bible).
170. Sarah E. Armstrong b. 15 Sept 1839 d. 3 Apr 1844 4y 6m 19d.
171. Sarah E. Armstrong b. 30 Mar 1844.

39. Obadiah Pellet b. 23 Apr 1809 m. Emma Jane Beemer b. 3 Aug 1810. Enumerated in Frankford Township in 1850 with property valued at $14,000. Obadiah d. 20 May 1891 (Sussex Register, May 27, 1891). In his obituary he was survived by brothers LeGrand of Ross Corners, Richard W. on homestead, John of Bradford County, Pennsylvania, and one sister, Emily Lantz of Franklin. Emma d. 10 Aug 1898 buried with Obadiah in Newton Cemetery.

172. Obadiah Pellet b. 20 Oct 1828 Frankford Township.
173. Martha J. Pellet b. c. 1833.
174. Oakley B. Pellet b. c. 1835.
175. William Pellet b. c. 1839.

40. Charlotte Pellet b. 23 Jan 1811 m. 27 Feb 1830 James Dunning b. 11 Nov 1808. James d. 2 Mar 1832. Charlotte m. 18 Nov 1839 (2)John Titman b. 6 July 1807 son of Jacob Titman and Elizabeth Mayberry of Bridgeville, New Jersey. Charlotte d. 19 Sept 1881 and John d. 22/26 Feb 1883.

Child of James and Charlotte:
176. Elizabeth Dunning b. 16 July 1830.

Children of John and Charlotte:
177. Ann Eliza Titman b. 28 Dec 1841.
178. Jacob Obadiah Titman b. 2 Nov 1847.
179. John J. Titman b. 20 Aug 1849, single, d. 22 Dec 1870.

41. Emily Pellet b. 26 Aug 1812 m. 9 Jan 1830 Jacob Lantz b. 8 July 1806 (ts). Jacob d. 25 Sept 1867 (ts) and Emily d. 4 Apr 1900 (ts) North Church Cemetery, Hardyston township, Sussex County, New Jersey.

180. John Lantz b. 29 Aug 1833 d. c. 1907.
181. Charlotta Lantz b. Nov 1835 d. 16 Mar 1840 4y 3m 24d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Wantage township, Sussex County, New Jersey.
182. Asenath Ann Lantz b. 3 Feb 1836/7.
183. Charlotte Lantz b. 23 Nov 1838 d. 16 Mar 1840.
184. Emma B. Lantz b. 15 June 1840.
185. Obadiah Pellet Lantz b. 2 Apr 1842, served during Civil War in Company I, 15th New Jersey volunteers, d. 19 Feb 1863 20y 10m 17d (ts) at Washington, DC buried North Church Cemetery, Hardyston township.
186. Charlotte Martha Lantz b. 12 July 1844 d. 30 Mar 1846 1y 8m 18d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery.

42. Asenath Pellet b. 28 Jan 1814 m. 8 Dec 1837 Alpheus Howell b. 22 Dec 1816 son of John Howell and Martha Tharpe of Wantage, Sussex County, New Jersey. Asenath's father gave them a farm at Woodbourne and here they lived. About 1858 they removed to Deckertown, maintaining a store. Asenath d. 22 Feb 1888 and Alpheus d. 7 Oct 1895 buried Sussex.

187. Charlotte Elizabeth Howell b. 3 May 1839, schoolteacher, single, resided with her parents and after her father's death went to reside with brother, Obadiah in Port Jervis, New York. After his death she resided with her sisters, d. 30 May 1919 buried Sussex.
188. John C. Howell b. 18 May 1842 Woodbourne, New Jersey.
189. Obadiah Pellet Howell b. 13 June 1846 Woodbourne.
190. Martha E. Howell b. Nov 1852 Woodbourne.
191. Mary Loretta Howell b. 7 Dec 1858.

43. John W. Pellet b. 6 April 1815 m. Sarah Ann Wyker b. 1815 Sussex County, New Jersey the eldest child of Henry Wyker and Mary VanSickle. John, farmer, resided Pellettown, Sussex County, New Jersey. He was bequeathed a total of 336 acres of land in the will of his father, appointed guardian of a niece and nephew, and was one of the three executors of his father's Will dated 14 January 1846 to which was added a codicil 18 April 1848. His father died 12 May 1849 and was buried in the Beemer Meeting House Cemetery near Pellettown. John and Sarah had a son die in March and a daughter die in April of the same year who are buried beside their grandfather. Enumerated in Frankford Township in 1850 with property valued at $12,000. In 1853 a son died who was buried beside his brother and sister. John's mother died 19 April 1854. Seven days after his mother's death, John sold his land in Pellettown and removed with his wife and five children to the central part of Wells township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania where many Sussex County, New Jersey families had settled. In May 1854 John purchased 216 acres of land from William S. Ingals and in July 1857 he purchased 54 acres of land from John F. Gillette. The Pellet farm was located on the main road between Coryland and Mosherville and their dwelling house was on the west side of the road. Their daughter, Mary married in 1854 George W. Noble who resided on the Noble farm situated two farms south of the Pellet farm. John and Sarah Ann perhaps attended the Presbyterian Church at Aspinwall (now Coryland) in Wells township where their eldest son was buried who died in 1860 and in 1863 another son died who was laid to rest beside his elder brother. In 1864 John and Sarah Ann sold the 54 acres to Aranthus Hyatt and in 1865 they sold the farm of 216 acres to Daniel Dalrymple. In 1869 the name of John W. Pellet appears on a list of names of those who contributed money to move the Presbyterian Church at the state line to French Mills (now Mosherville), John contributing $2. At this time the family perhaps attended the church which had been removed to French Mills as it was in closer proximity to their residence. Daughter, Alice died in 1873 and is buried in the Mosherville Cemetery. John and Sarah lost six of their nine children in death before attaining adulthood. Sarah Ann was alive in 1880 when she was enumerated in that year's census, but when she died is unknown. Every possible record has been researched and many individuals contacted. She presumably died sometime in the 1880's or 1890's. John d. 3 July 1892 and is buried in the Mosherville Cemetery. No monument marks his grave or that of his wife. Buried on the same lot is daughter, Alice and son, John A. Pellet and his wife, Mary Elizabeth Davy and John and Mary's daughter, Charlotte who died in 1873. Neither John or Mary have monuments, only Alice and Charlotte.

192. Bradford Cleveland Pellet b. 6 Aug 1835 Pellettown, New Jersey d. 20 Mar 1860 (ts and Sussex Register, April 16, 1860) buried Coryland Cemetery, Wells township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
193. Mary Maria Pellet b. 28 Feb 1837 Pellettown.
194. Charlotte Rebecca Pellet b. 23 Dec 1839 Pellettown.
195. Henry Jansen Pellet b. 8 Aug 1842 Pellettown d. 23 Mar 1849 (ts and Sussex Register, May 5, 1849) buried Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Wantage, New Jersey.
196. John Allen Pellet b. 14 May 1845 Pellettown.
197. Emily Pellet b. 23 May 1848 d. 20 Apr 1849 (ts and Sussex Register, May 5, 1849) buried Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Wantage.
198. Jacob Lantz Pellet b. 18 June 1850 Pellettown d. 12 Sept 1853 (ts and Sussex Register, October 15, 1853) buried Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Wantage.
199. Charles Warren Pellet b. 2 July 1853 Pellettown d. 13 Feb 1863 buried Coryland Cemetery.
200. Alice Luretta Pellet b. 20 Sept 1856 Wells township d. 7 Oct 1873 (ts and Sussex Register, October 23, 1873) buried Mosherville Cemetery, Wells township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.

Died - In Wells, Bradford County Pa. on the 20th ult. Bradford C. son of John W. and Sarah A. Pellet age 24 years, 7 months, 15 days, formerly of Sussex County (Sussex County Register, April 6, 1860).

45. Bradford Cleveland Pellet b. 19 Aug 1817 m. Mary Westfall b. c. 1823. Mary d. 1854/5 age 33 (Sussex Register, January 16, 1855). Married twice after her death. Bradford d. 3 Apr 1881 (Sussex Register, April 14, 1881).

201. John C. Pellet b. c. 1844.
202. Cleveland Bradford Pellet b. 4 Feb 1844 d. 7 Aug 1845 1y 6m 3d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery, Sussex County, New Jersey.
203. Augustus G. Pellet b. c. 1845.
204. Charlotte A. Pellet b. c. 1847.
205. Bradford Cleveland Pellet b. 19 Apr 1852 d. 20 Mar 1853 11m 1d (ts) Beemer Meeting House Cemetery.

47. Stephen Jackson Pellet b. 18 May 1820 m. 7 Dec 1843 Margaret McCoy b. 10 Oct 1823 Wantage Township, Sussex County, New Jersey daughter of William McCoy and Sarah Haggerty. Enumerated in Frankford Township, Sussex County in 1850 with property valued at $12,000. In the 1860 census enumeration personal property valued at $4,000 and real estate at $20,000. Stephen served in the Civil War. Stephen d. 9 Sept 1886 (ts and Sussex Register, September 15, 1886) and Margaret d. 10 May 1908 (ts) Sussex buried Deckertown Union Cemetery, Wantage township.

Died Pellet - May 11, at Papakating. Mrs. Margaret McCoy Pellet; aged 85 years (New Jersey Herald, Newton, New Jersey, Thursday, May 21, 1908). Schuyler Chronicle published May 14, 1908 in Schuyler County, New York where son William resided also recorded a death date of May 11 at Deckertown.

206. William McCoy Pellet b. 1844.
207. Jackson Brainard Pellet b. 4 Aug 1847.
208. Sarah Ella Pellet b. 7 Dec 1851.
209. Frank Edwin Pellet b. 26 Sept 1859.

48. LeGrand Warren Pellet b. 9 Apr 1822 m. 22 Feb 1849 Emeline Longcor b. 8 Mar 1831 daughter of George Longcor and Hannah Clark. Farmer, Hamburg, Sussex County, New Jersey. LeGrand d. 11 Feb 1903 (ts) Sussex and Emeline d. 24 Jan 1908 (ts) buried North Church Cemetery, Hardyston, Sussex County, New Jersey.

210. Emeline Jane Pellet b. 5 Apr 1850.
211. Thomas Warren Pellet b. 2 Dec 1851.
212. John William Pellet b. 11 Feb 1854 Frankford (vr).
213. George A. Pellet b. 26 Jan 1856.
214. Alice G. Pellet b. 13 June 1858 Wantage (vr).
215. Frederick M. Pellet b. 31 Aug 1860 Wantage (vr) d. Aug 1860 (Wantage Recorder, August 17, 1860).
215a.Frederick M. Pellet b. 13 June 1861 Wantage (vr).
216. Ada L. Pellet b. 3 Dec 1862 Wantage (vr).
217. LeGrand W. Pellet b. 16 Sept 1868.
218. Obadiah Pellet b. 9 Oct 1869 d. 2 Mar 1883 (ts and Sussex Register, March 14, 1883) buried North Church Cemetery.
219. Albert Pellet b. 1872.

49. Richard Westbrook Pellet b. 25 Feb 1826 m. 26 Apr 1849 Margaret Couse Dennis b. 1832 daughter of Peter Dennis of Augusta, New Jersey. Enumerated in Frankford Township in 1850 with property valued at $14,000. They began housekeeping in the family homestead and where they continued to reside for over sixty years. Richard d. 27 Dec 1916 (ts) and Margaret d. 25 June 1918 (ts) Fairview Cemetery, Hamburg, Sussex County, New Jersey.

Monday of this week Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Pellet of Papakating, celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of their wedding at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Charles Wilson, in the Borough of Sussex. The event was quietly observed, their children, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Charlotte Cannon, Mrs. John J. Stanton, and their grand children and great grand children with a few close friends being in attendance and making the day one of pleasure to the aged and highly esteemed couple. Mr. Pellet was the youngest of fourteen children, and was a son of Obadiah Pellet, who owned about 3,000 acres of land in the heart of the Papakating Valley. Each of the children was given a well stocked farm upon starting in life. Mr. Pellet receiving the homestead farm, a familiar place to every traveler of the Deckertown turnpike. Here Mr. and Mrs. Pellet have resided during their sixty years of married life. Mr. Pellet is now in his eighty-fourth year, and Mrs. Pellet, who was the daughter of Captain Peter Dennis of Augusta, is seventy-eight years of age. Both are enjoying the best of health, with every promise of passing more wedding anniversaries than is usually allotted to one in a lifetime (New Jersey Herald, Thursday, April 29, 1909).

220. Charlotte E. Pellet b. 16 Apr 1850 (age 3/12 on 1850 census and not born 1851 per some records).
221. Emeline Pellet b. 15 Feb 1853 Frankford (vr).
222. Peter James/Dennis Pellet b. 8 Aug 1855 Frankford (vr) d. 28 Feb 1884 (ts) Fairview Cemetery.
223. Margaret Pellet b. 26 June 1860.

50. Lucinda Pellet m. Bestwick Wyatt.

51. Adelbert Pellet m. Mary Jane Ainsley, daughter of Mifflin Ainsely. He was a carpenter and resided at Salem, Pike County.

224. Anna Pellet.

52. Richard Pellet Jr., b. Jan 1829 m. Ellen Decker and he d. 25 Sept 1853 24y 8m 12d (ts) Bingham Cemetery.

55. Abigail Pellet b. 1829 m. George Williams.

225. Charles P. Williams.
226. Harold B. Williams.
227. John G. Williams.
228. Newell B. Williams.
229. Hudson H. Williams.
230. Lyman V. Williams.
231. Marilla Williams.
232. Clara Williams.
233. Hattie Williams.
234. Nettie Williams.

56. Nancy P. Kimble b. 18 Aug 1815 m. Ezra M. Genung of Honesdale, Pennsylvania b. 14 May 1814. Ezra d. 8 Nov 1873 and Nancy d. 21 Jan 1901 buried Glen Dyberry Cemetery near Honesdale.

235. Olive Amanda Genung b. 29 Mar 1839.

57. Ephraim Kimble b. 31 Aug 1817 m. Millie Schoonover daughter of William Schoonover. Hotel proprietor, resided Dyberry, Pike County, Pennsylvania. Ephraim d. 18 Sept 1880 buried Glen Dyberry Cemetery near Honesdale.

236. Asa Kimble.

59. George Kimble m. Phebe Schoonover daughter of Daniel Schoonover, resided Dyberry, Pennsylvania.

60. John P. Kimble m. Joanna Schoonover daughter of Daniel Schoonover. Miller in Dyberry.

61. Isaac R. Kimble b. 1827 m. Mary A. Scandleberry b. 1840, resided Dyberry. Mary d. 1892 and Isaac d. 1914 buried Glen Dyberry Cemetery near Honesdale, Pennsylvania.

62. William Kimble b. 1832 m. Miriam Warner b. 1844 daughter of Peter Warner. Resided Dyberry. William d. 1912 and Miriam d. 1916 buried Glen Dyberry Cemetery near Honesdale, Pennsylvania.

63. Martin K. Kimble b. 1835 m. Mary H. Robinson b. 1833 daughter of James Robinson, resided Honesdale, Pennsylvania. Martin d. 1909 and Mary d. 1911 buried Glen Dyberry Cemetery near Honesdale, Pennsylvania.

64. Edilda B. Pellet b. 12 Jan/1 Dec 1822 m. Charles Snyder, resided Bradford, Pennsylvania. No children.

65. Albert Pellet b. 24 Sept 1824 m. Sarah Jane Shiner daughter of Abraham Shiner. Proprietor of Wayne County House in Hawley, Pennsylvania. Jane d. 2 Apr 1869 and Albert d. 5 July 1873 (ts) Bingham Cemetery, Paupack, Pennsylvania.

66. Lucy Ann Pellet b. 2 Dec 1826 m. Frank Arnold.

69. John Pellet b. 7 Aug 1831 m. Alice Davis.

70. Urban R. Pellet b. 28 Jan 1834 m. Martha Darling. Urban d. 6 Apr ___ (ts) buried Bingham Cemetery, Paupack, Pennsylvania.

72. Sarah Pellet b. 17 Oct 1839 m. James Fowler, a blacksmith of Hawley, Pennsylvania and had ten children.

73. Samuel R. Pellet b. 18 Oct 1841 m. Alice Boneham. Samuel d. 19 May 1885 43y 7m 1d (ts) Bingham emetery, Paupack, Pennsylvania.

75. Sarah Pellet b. 13 July 1824 m. Andrew Leland.

237. William P. Leland.
238. George W. Leland.
239. Charles W. Leland.

77. Harriet N. Pellet b. 19 Aug 1826 m. _______ Langden (2)______ Bornbee.

78. Helen Mar Pellet b. 13 Mar 1835 m. Andrew Jackson Kimble b. Paupack, Pennsylvania son of Burnham Kimble and Ann Brown . Helen d. 30 Sept 1866 Koshkonong, Wisconsin and Jackson m. her sister Nancy for his second wife.

240. Hattie Kimble.
241. Howard Kimble.
242. Addie Kimble b. 22 Mar 1865.

79. William Wallace Pellet b. 26 May 1836 m. Ann K. Edwards daughter of Henry Edwards and wife Caroline and he d. 13 Dec 1866 (ts) Paupack, Pennsylvania buried Bingham Cemetery. No children.

80. Ezra Bingham Pellet b. 7 June 1839 m. 24 May 1864 at Hawley, Pennsylvania, Mary Ann Lord b. 30 Mar 1835 Honesdale, Pennsylvania. Removed to Murphysboro, Illinois soon after their marriage.

243. William S. Pellet b. 19 Aug 1866.
244. Eunice Isa Pellet b. 24 June 1869.
245. Albert Lord Pellet b. 31 Mar 1874.
246. Sarah Jessup Pellet b. 1 June 1877.

81. Nancy Genung Pellet b. 8 June 1841 m. Andrew Jackson Kimble as his second wife b. Paupack, Pennsylvania son of Burnham Kimble and Ann Brown. His first wife was Helen Mar Pellet, sister of Nancy.

247. Helen Mar Kimble b. 15 May 1869.
248. Eunice Pellet Kimble b. 21 Aug 1871.
249. Cora Maude Kimble b. 11 Oct 1873.
250. Anna Bune Kimble b. 21 Oct 1875.
251. Clara Belle Kimble b. 21 June 1878.

82. Ephraim Kimble Pellet b. 24 Mar 1843 m. Josephine Prickett b. 3 Mar 1855 Edwardsville, Madison County, Illinois and he d. 5 May 1881 Murphysboro, Jackson County, Illinois.

252. Bessie Louise Pellet b. 6 Oct 1880.

83. Theodore Frelinghuysen Pellet b. 27 Dec 1844 m. Esther Bennett. Resided Murphysboro, Jackson County, Illinois.

253. child.
254. Katie Pellet.

84. Milcena Mahoney Pellet b. 12 Dec 1846 m. Fred P. Grant. Resided Knoxville, Marion County, Iowa.

255. William Grant.
256. Nellie Grant.
257. Carrie Grant.
258. Edna Grant.

86. Calvin Oscar Pellet b. 3 Jan 1853 m. 24 Nov 1874 at Murphysboro, Jackson County, Illinois, Emma Jane Tippett b. 22 Mar 1856.

259. Ralph Pellet b. 13 Oct 1877.
260. Eunice Pellet b. 5 Aug 1880.
261. Ethel Pellet b. 19 Dec 1887.
262. Florence Pellet b. 21 Aug 1889.
263. Robert Pellet b. 16 June 1892.
264. Susanna Pellet b. 31 Dec 1895.

88. Ira P. Pellet b. 5 Jan 1840 m. 4 July 1864 (bible) Matilda Ansley and she d. 27 Jan 1894 (bible).

265. Winnie B. Pellet.
266. Clarence Pellet.
267. Grace K. Pellet.
268. Augusta C. Pellet b. 8 Dec.
269. Bessie D. Pellet b. 27 June.

89. Burnham Kimble Pellet b. 22 Oct 1842 served Company B, 151st Pennsylvania Volunteers, m. 29 Aug 1869 (bible) Bella M. McClellan b. 1850 daughter of Ellis McClellan and wife Mary. Burnham d. 9 Feb 1881 (bible) Knoxville, Virginia. Belle d. 1911 (ts) buried with Burnham in Bingham Cemetery, Paupack, Pennsylvania.

270. Gurdon Ellis Pellet b. 27 Dec 1869
271. Edith May Pellet b. 1 July 1871, single, d. June 1969 Erie, Pennsylvania.
272. Edmund Burnham Pellet b. 21 Nov 1873 Paupack, Pennsylvania.

90. Chester A. Pellet b. 30 Oct 1844 m. 8 Dec 1875 (bible) Augusta A. DePue b. May 1852. Chester d. Aug 1929 (ts) and Augusta d. Nov 1945 (ts) Bingham Cemetery, Paupack, Pennsylvania.

273. Gertrude Pellet b. 1876 d. 1968 buried Bingham Cemetery.
274. Sybil Pellet.
275. Arthur Pellet b. 1885 d. Jan 1970 buried Bingham Cemetery.
276. Mabel Pellet b. July 1891.

91. Susan Kimble Pellet b. 30 June 1847 m. 27 Jan 1869 (bible) Edmund Burnham Hardenberg b. 1846. Susan d. 30 Apr 1911 (bible) and Ed d. 1919 buried Glen Dyberry Cemetery near Honesdale, Pennsylvania.

92. Franklin B. Pellet b. 22 Oct 1849 m. 17 Oct 1876 Ann Bishop.

277. Lucy Pellet.

94. Ada G. K. Pellet b. 16 Sept 1854 m. 16 Sept 1874 William Waite.

















FIFTH GENERATION

106a.William Pellet Sayre b. 4 July 1819 m. 9 Sept 1856 at Newark, New Jersey, Mary Louise Body b. 5 Nov 1838 Madison, New Jersey. In grocery business with his father, later a jeweler in Jersey City and Newark, New Jersey. William d. 20 Jan 1889 and Mary d. 13 Dec 1893.

106c.Mary Elizabeth Sayre b. 17 Apr 1824 m. 21 May 1845 Stephen P. Mockridge, a jeweler of Newark, New Jersey. Mary d. 8 May 1853 and Stephen d. 22 Mar 1894.

114. Andrew Roy Crane m. 5 Dec 1840 (Sussex County marriage record) Cornelia Reeve.

115. Alanson G. Crane b. 1833. Wife, Catherine B., d. 7 July 1865 31y 6m 5d (ts) and Alanson d. 17 Apr 1886 52y 11m 18d (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery.

William A. Crane d. 24 Oct 1859 4m 2d (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery.

116. Luretta Crane b. c. 1826 m. Halsey Wyker b. c. 1824 son of Henry Wyker and Mary VanSickle. Merchant in Wantage and later a farmer in Frankford Township, Sussex County, New Jersey. Luretta d. 1879 buried Beemerville, Sussex County, New Jersey.

Deckertown Items
Mrs. Luretta, wife of Halsey Wyker, of this village, was suddenly stricken with an apoplectic fit on Wednesday morning last and died within fifteen minutes after the attack. She was sitting in a chair conversing with a lady friend who had called on her when she suddenly complained of a pain in the
head and felt unwell. Scarcely had a minute elapsed before she dropped forward in a state if unconsciously rfom which she never rallied. A physician was immediately summoned, and restoratives were applied, but without avail, and she died without a struggle. Her husband reached the scene just in time to witness her death. Mrs. Wyker's maiden name was Luretta Crane. She was the daughter of the late Obadiah and Susan Crane of this township, and was about 53 years of age. She was one of twelve children, eight of whom survive her. Those living are Andrew R. and Alanson of this vicinity, Obediah Jr., now of Newark; Susan, wife of John Coursen, of Bradford, Pa.; Elmira, widow of Hezekiah Smith, formerly seward of the Sussex County Alms House but who is now dead; Mary, wife of Wm. Vansickle of Delaware, Ohio; Eliza, the present wife of Mahlon Predmore, of Michigan; and Malinda, wife of Henry Decker, who is now stopping at Mr. Wyker's, in this village. Those dead are William; Jane, former wife of Mahlon Predmore (who has married two sisters) and Asenath, who married Hewey Bedell, of Branchville. This family is one of the oldest and most widely connected in this neighborhood. The father, Obediah Crane, married Sarah, sister of Stephen Roy, of this township. He died about twelve years ago, near Wykertown, on the farm where Wm. McDanolds now resides. His widow has since died. Mrs. Wyker was pre-eminently a Christian woman, actively engaged in everything pertaining to the Christian religion, and since her residence in this place has taken an active interest in the welfare and advancement of the Presbyterian church, in which her loss will be severely felt. She was a most excellent lady and was highly esteemed by all who knew her. Mr. Marcus R. Wyker, who is now engaged in business in Delaware, Ohio, is the only son, and to him the loss of his mother is a serious affliction. The funeral took place last Sunday morning at the Presbyterian Church, which was filled to its utmost capacity by the numerous relatives and friends of the deceased. Rev. E. A. Hamilton officiated. Interment at Beemerville Cemetery (Sussex Register, May 8, 1879).

Marcus R. Wyker.

117. Susan Crane b. 1820 m. John B. Coursen b. 6 Feb 1816. Resided Wells Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Susan d. 3 May 1882 61y 8m 25d (ts) and John d. 18 July 1898 (ts) Judson Hill Cemetery.

William P. Coursen b. 17 Apr 1852 d. 25 Jan 1896 (ts). Judson Hill Cemetery.
Linn R. Coursen b. 1858 d. 30 Apr 1859 11m 23d (ts) Mosherville Cemetery.
George H. Coursen, Civil War veteran, buried Judson Hill Cemetery.
Obadiah P. Coursen, private Company B 188th Regiment killed 1 July 1864 at Petersburg, Virginia during Civil War.

118. Elmira Crane m. Hezekiah Smith.

119. Mary Crane m. William VanSickle, resided Delaware, Ohio.

120. William Crane.

121. Jane Crane m. Mahlon Predmore.

122. Obadiah Pellet Crane m. 11 Nov 1857 (Sussex County marriage record) Sarah Perigo.

123. Asenath M. Crane b. Dec 1816 m. Henry J. Bedell as his second wife. His first wife Mary Ann d. 15 July 1863 (ts). Asenath d. 20 May 1873 56y 4m 27d (ts) and Henry d. 7 Sept 1884 78y 1m 4d (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery, Frankford Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.

124. Malinda Crane m. Henry Decker.

125. Eliza Crane m. 10 Apr 1877 (Sussex County marriage record) Mahlon Predmore as his second wife.

126. Mary Crane b. 1819 m. Alvah Quick.

127. Stephen Roy Crane b. 25 Nov 1820 m. 25 Jan 1845 Margaret Wyker and she d. 9 Feb 1849 24y 18d (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery, Frankford Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.

129. Alvah Crane b. 1825 m. Harriet.

130. Meribah Crane b. 1827 m. John H. Roe.

131. John N. Crane b. 1829. John d. 11 Aug 1883 54y 8m (ts) and wife Mary J. d. 5 July 1915 80y 1m 6d (ts) Papakating Cemetery, Wantage Township.

133. Asenath Crane b. 1833 m. Evi Potter.

135. Virgil Brinson Crane b. 11 Feb 1837 m. 23 Nov 1860 Elizabeth H. Longcor daughter of Peter Longcor and Sarah Cramer. Virgil d. 12 June 1912.

Charles Albert Crane b. 23 Jan 1861 Deckertown, New Jersey d. 4 Dec 1933 Wantage, New Jersey.
Margaret Bertine Crane b. 17 July 1864 m. a Wyker.
Emerson A. Crane b. 21 Aug 1867 d. 1943.
Peter P. Crane b. 5 Jan 1870 d. 1962 Belleville, New Jersey.
Asa Crane b. c. 1872.

137. Susan Crane b. 1841 m. George Armstrong.

139. Margaret Elizabeth Crane b. 3 May 1845 m. 23 May 1864 in Port Jervis, New York, William Sharpe McCoy son of John McCoy and Margaret Haggerty. Margaret d. 12 Oct 1896 Wantage, Sussex County, New Jersey.

William Sharpe McCoy m. 12 Mar 1896 Jane Stickney daughter of Charles Stickney and Louisa Dennis and he d. 20 Apr 1940 Wantage, New Jersey.
Jennie Asenath McCoy b. 24 July 1902 Bloomfield, New Jersey.

140. Obadiah Pellet b. 1 July 1820 m. Hannah Sophia Westbrook daughter of Andrew Westbrook of Sandyston Township, Sussex County, New Jersey. Obadiah set out for South Bend, Indiana in search of some record of his father, but was unsuccessful and upon his return was stricken with pneumonia at Scranton, Pennsylvania and died in 1856 (Sussex Register, January 10, 1857) before his arrival in New Jersey. His uncle, Stephen Pellet journeyed to Scranton and returned to New Jersey with his body. This information was in a letter to Judson W. Cook from J. B. Pellet dated 5 Oct 1834. Hannah, age 22, m. Sept 1859 (Stillwater Presbyterian Church) Amos Kays, age 27, widower.

146. Eliza Jane Pellet b. 25 Dec 1835 m. Henry Beemer Cook b. 1829. Harness maker in Beemerville, Sussex County and then removed to Pennsylvania. Eliza d. 5 May 1885 and Henry d. 1902 when he fell from a tree while picking apples.

Emma Antoinette Cook.
Ella Cook m. Augustus Doty.
Anna M. Cook m. Vociferi Sayre.
James A. Cook.
Henry Jansen Cook m. Josephine Beemer.
Obadiah Cook b. 1871 d. 1886 of diptheria.
Frances A. Cook m. Percival E. Chance.
John Wesley Cook.
Lillian Jane Cook.
Judson Wesley Cook b. 10 Dec 1876.

150. Martha Jane Armstrong b. 26 Nov 1826 m. 5 May 1857 (Sussex County marriage record) John Cummins b. 1813 and she d. 31 Jan 1863 (ts) of typhoid fever buried beside sister Mary in Frankford Plains Cemetery. John d. 1892.

William B. Armstrong b. 14 Jan 1859.
Martha Elizabeth Armstrong b. 25 Nov 1860, single, living 1937.

152. William Bishop Armstrong b. 10 Aug 1830 m. 14 Mar 1859 Virginia Thome b. 7 June 1837. William d. 12 June 1908 and Virginia d. 16 Sept 1916.

William Armstrong b. 17 Jan 1860.
Mary Eliza Armstrong b. 22 Nov 1862.
Anna T. Armstrong b. 30 Mar 1875 m. 25 Apr 1900 Arthur Smith.

154. Bradford Cleveland Pellet Armstrong b. 1 May 1835 m. 20 May 1858 (Sussex County marriage record) Cornelia Miller Northrup b. 23 Mar 1837 Joseph Northrup Jr., and Jane Elizabeth Beekman. Resided Lafayette, New Jersey. Bradford served in the Civil War and d. 12 Oct 1865 of typhoid fever buried Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Cornelia d. 13 Sept 1913.

Mary Cornelia Armstrong b. 13 Aug 1859 m. 23 Apr 1879 Jacob Martin Demarest b. 9 Dec 1855 d. 23 Mar 1928.
Obadiah Ellsworth Armstrong b. 11 Mar 1861.
Martha Josephine Armstrong b. 21 Aug 1863 m. John N. Calvin and she d. 1900.

155. John Beach Armstrong b. 1 Apr 1837 m. 14 Nov 1867 (Sussex County marriage record) Sarah Dorcas Price b. 7 Sept 1847 daughter of Zachariah Hull Price and Sarah Titman. John d. 14 Feb 1899 (ts) and Sarah d. 29 Oct 1920 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery, Frankford Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.

William Armstrong b. 20 Nov 1868, single, d. 29 June 1923.
Sallie Price Armstrong b. 30 May 1872.
Cornelia Miller Armstrong b. 20 June 1878 m. 4 June 1910 Robert Louis Martenis b. 1879 d. 1945 (ts) and Cornelia d. 1951 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery.
John Bishop Armstrong b. 11 Nov 1881 m. 30 Oct 1929 Ellen J. Thomas b. 1881 d. 1943 (ts) and John d. 1958 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery.

158. Maria Whitaker b. 1830 m. 1855 Charles E. Wade and she d. 13 Apr 1894.

Emma Wade b. 23 Dec 1855.
Charles Edward Wade b. 11 Oct 1859.

162. Emeline V. Whitaker b. 1840 m. 15 Mar 1870 (Sussex County marriage record) Wade Buckley as his second wife. Wade m. 30 Mar 1856 Anna Westbrook b. 1831 daughter of Hugh Westbrook and wife Margaret. Wade was a business man in Port Jervis, New York, one of his interests being a glass factory. Emeline had studied at Cooper Institute in New York and was considered an exceptional artist. In their home was a portrait of her grandfather Obadiah Pellet, later owned by a descendant Clare Wade Gordon.

163. Thomas Armstrong b. 12 Oct 1827 m. Martha J. Pellet b. c. 1833 daughter of Obadiah Pellet and Emma Jane Beemer.

Charles B. Armstrong.
Frank Armstrong.
Edward Armstrong.
John Armstrong.

166. James D. Armstrong b. 13 Sept 1831 m. Emeline Dennis b. 1834. James d. 1910 (ts) and Emeline d. 1921 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery, Frankford Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.

Luretta Pellet Armstrong b. 8 Oct 1854 m. 6 Mar 1873 in Trenton, New Jersey, George Washington Kimble son of Daniel Kimble and Mary Smith. Luretta d. 11 Jan 1943 Hardyston, Sussex County, New Jersey.
Mary Kimble b. 21 June 1874 d. 3 Sept 1961.
Judson Kimble b. 30 Apr 1876 d. 25 Apr 1894 Camden, New Jersey.
Elizabeth Armstrong Kimble b. 6 Dec 1877 m. 28 June 1905 Edgar B. Havens son of John Havens and Emma Cox and she d. 19 Mar 1915 Loughman, Florida.
Dorothy Edna Havens b. 16 June 1907 m. 4 Sept 1932 Willam B. Wheeler.
Mildred Ruth Havens b. 16 Feb 1909 d. 2 Dec 1933.
George A. Armstrong d. June 1926.
Dennis V. Armstrong b. 1858 m. and d. 1886 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery.
Emeline R. Armstrong b. 1885 d. 1891 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery.
Westbrook P. Armstrong b. 1860, single, d. 1927 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery.
Jacob Armstrong d. young.
Elizabeth D. Armstrong b. 1862, single, d. 1946 (ts) Frankford Plains Cemetery.
James Armstrong d. young.

167. Martha Maria Armstrong b. 2 May 1833 m. 26 Nov 1853 Henry McDanolds b. 17 July 1828 son of Henry McDanolds and Catherine Stevens. Henry d. 11 Aug 1891 Passaic, New Jersey and Maria d. 12 May 1906 Passaic.

Charles McDanolds b. 1 Sept 1854 d. young.
Alice McDanolds b. 8 Aug 1856 d. young.
Catherine L. McDanolds b. 11 Jan 1858 Branchville, New Jersey m. 19 Oct 1881 William E. Wright of Passaic, New Jersey who d. Mar 1887. Catherine was living 1940. All of their children d. infancy.
Helen McDanolds b. 22 Feb 1860 d. young.
Helen Luretta McDanolds b. 12 Jan 1862 m. 13 Sept 1893 Dr. George Rundle and she d. 1896.
Robert McDanolds b. 1863 d. 1864.
Edward McDanolds b. 1865 d. 1866.
Anna McDanolds b. 1867 d. 1870.
Charlotte McDanolds b. 12 Jan 1869 m. William I. Drake.
George Armstrong McDanolds b. 12 Apr 1871 Passaic, New Jersey m. 8 Dec 1898 Kate Eliza Roe b. 2 Apr 1876 Augusta, Sussex County, New Jersey. George d. 13 Oct 1924 Littleton, New Hampshire and Kate d. 2 May 1966 Haverhill, New Hampshire.
Anna Jane McDanolds b. 16 Dec 1872 Passaic, New Jersey, single, d. 5 Nov 1980.
Mary McDanolds (twin) b. 1875 d. young.
William McDanolds (twin) b. 1875 d. young.
Harry McDanolds b. 1876 d. 17 June 1879.

168. George Northrup Armstrong b. 19 Oct 1834 m. Susan Crane.

Robert Armstrong b. 24 Aug 1863.
William Armstrong.

172. Obadiah Pellet b. 20 Oct 1828 m. Emma J. Beach daughter of John Beach (2)Catharine Jarvis. Obadiah d. 15 Nov 1902 Pompton Plains, New Jersey.

Obadiah Pellet, 3d, Jr., formerly of this county, died at his home at Pompton, NJ on Saturday last, November 15th. Deceased was a son of the late Obadiah Pellet, of Newton, and a grandson of Obadiah Pellet, of Papakating. He was born October 20th, 1828, in Frankford township and was in his 75th
year. He was the oldest of four children, all of whom are now dead with the exception of Mrs. Martha J. Armstrong, wife of Thomas Armstrong of this town. The other children were Oakley B. of Chicago, and William, for many years a resident of Newton. He was twice married, his first wife being Emma J.,
daughter of the late Dr. John Beach, of Branchville. Two children, John B. and Eva J. of Dover, NJ. His second wife was Catharine Jarvis, who with two children, George and Joseph, still survive him. They reside at Pompton Plains. Mr. Pellet was well and favorable known in this county, where the greater part of his life was passed. The funeral was held at Pompton Plains, on Tusday, November... (Sussex Independent, November 21, 1902).

Clarence Pellet, insurance agent in Chicago, Illinois possible son.

Children of Obadiah and Emma:
John Beach Pellet b. 16 Apr 1855 Frankford Township.
Joseph T. Pellet b. 27 Dec 1856 Frankford Township d. 20 Nov 1860 (ts and Sussex Register, November 23, 1860) buried Frankford Plains Cemetery.
Eva Jane Pellet b. 19 Feb 1862 Newton..

Children of Obadiah and Catharine:
George Pellet.
Joseph Pellet.

173. Martha J. Pellet b. c. 1833 m. cousin Thomas Armstrong. See no. 163.

174. Oakley B. Pellet b. c. 1835 m. Mary B. Martin daughter of Hon. Lewis J. Martin and Eleanor Ann McCoy. Oakley was secretary and treasurer of the Sussex County Mutual Insurance Company from 1868-71. Oakley had a store in Newton, Sussex County, New Jersey and then removed to Chicago, Illinois.

175. William Pellet b. c. 1839 is perhaps the William Pellet who m. 31 Oct 1860 (LDS film 868759) Mary Elizabeth Cox b. 16 Sept 1840 daughter of Luther Cox and Laura Hammond and she d. 3 Feb 1900. William resided Newton, New Jersey.

177. Ann Eliza Titman b. 28 Dec 1841 m. 13 Jan 1864 William Hoagland b. 29 Oct 1837 Danville, New Jersey son of Amos Hoagland and his wife Phebe Larning or Laming. William and Ann Eliza lived on a farm in Pequest Valley between Great Meadows and Oxford. Ann Eliza d. 22 Jan 1921.

Walter Hoagland b. 10 Feb 1870.
Edith Hoagland b. 6 Sept 1875 m. 31 Dec 1914 Joseph J. Buchanan son of James Buchanan and Josephine Mott. Edith living in 1936. No children.

178. Jacob Obadiah Titman b. 2 Nov 1847 m. 23 Dec 1884 Emily H. Howell b. 25 Nov 1849. Resided Bangor, Pennsylvania. Jacob d. 17 May 1905 and Emily d. 19 July 1909.

John Titman b. 3 June 1886 d. 30 Apr 1910.

182. Asenath Ann Lantz b. 3 Feb 1836/7 m. 20 Feb 1860 James Huston Simpson b. 29 Nov 1833. Merchant, resided Dover, New Jersey. James d. 23 Apr 1910 and Asenath d. 30 Sept 1912.

Edward Simpson b. 11 Dec 1861 d. 6 Mar 1862.
Charles C. Simpson b. 4 Apr 1863 m. c. 1895 Lillian Yanges and he d. 5 May 1896 and she d. before 1936.
Fred Irving Simpson b. 20 Nov 1866 m. 20 Jan 1892 Gertrude Sickles b. 25 Aug 1868 and he d. 1936-8.
Emma Lantz Simpson b. 21 Aug 1869.
James Simpson b. 18 May 1871 m. 8 June 1891 Jessie Richards daughter of Robert Richards and Nell Wiggins.
Anna Asenath Simpson b. 28 June 1873.
Bessie R. Simpson b. 14 May 1877.
Clarence Simpson b. 28 Dec 1880.

184. Emma B. Lantz b. 15 June 1840 m. James Gordon Case and she d. 1880.

188. John C. Howell b. 18 May 1842 served in the Civil War, m. 16 May 1870 Sarah E. Dildine b. 23 Mar 1846 daughter of Ralph Dildine of Huntsburg, New Jersey. Resided Newton, New Jersey where John was connected with Merchants National Bank d. 1 June 1906 and Sarah d. Mar 1915.

Ralph Howell b. 17 May 1872.
Sarah Asenath Howell b. 5 July 1876 graduate of Wellesley College, engaged in social work, single, resided Port Jervis, New York, living 1940.

189. Obadiah Pellet Howell b. 13 June 1846 was sent to school in Suffield, Connecticut where he graduated valedictorian, went to Ann Arbor, Michigan and studied law. At the age of twenty two he began the practice of law in Port Jervis, New York. Obadiah m. 20 Jan 1870 Frances Dennison Gallup of Pequonoc Bridge, Connecticut. A successful lawyer, prominent in political affairs, president of the village of Port Jervis, Judge of Orange County, New York and Surrogate. Obadiah d. 28 Apr 1909 Port Jervis. Frances d. 14 Feb 1932 Syracuse, New York at the home of their eldest daughter. Buried Laurel Grove Cemetery, Port Jervis, New York beside their son(s).

son b. and d. Mar 1871.
Fannie Asenath Howell b. 15 Dec 1872.
Sarah Edna Howell b. 20 Mar 1874.
Lucy Gallup Howell b. 8 Nov 1878.
Bradford Gardiner Howell b. 11 July 1885 d. 12 Nov 1892 of diptheria buried Laurel Grove Cemetery.

190. Martha E. Howell b. Nov 1852 m. 1874 David Kern who d. 12 Dec 1874. After his death she resided with her father at Sussex and received an appointment as Postmistress of that town, m. 13 Apr 1887 (2)John Cox, as his second wife, b. 1 Nov 1838. Resided Hackensack, New Jersey and John d. 30 Sept 1893. She went to reside with sister Maretta at Newton and d. there 23 Aug 1931 buried Sussex.

Elizabeth Kern b. 31 Mar 1875 Sussex m. 10 Dec 1919 at Newton, William Willson, as his second wife.

191. Mary Loretta Howell b. 7 Dec 1858 took the course of a trained nurse and practiced nursing until she m. 13 Nov 1890 Emerson B. Potter, M.D. He practiced allopathic and homeopathic medicine. Resided Newton, New Jersey where Emerson d. 15 Feb 1912. Maretta as she was known d. Newton. No children.

193. Mary Maria Pellet b. 28 Feb 1837 m. 1856 town of Southport, Chemung County, New York, George W. Noble b. 29 May 1832 Bainbridge (that portion that is now Afton), Chenango County, New York son of Alonzo C. Noble and Aurelia Landers who removed to Wells township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania in 1833. George and Mary resided on the Noble farm in central Wells. George was a farmer, justice of the peace, school director, and auditor. He d. 6 Oct 1904 at the family home in Wells. Mary Noble removed to Webb Mills, town of Southport, Chemung County, New York to reside with her daughter and there d. 2 Jan 1909. George and Mary are buried Baptist Hill Cemetery, Columbia township, Bradford County.

GEO. W. NOBLE.
Death of One of the Wealthiest and Most Respected Citizens of Wells Township.
George W. Noble died of heart trouble at his home near this place last Thursday evening. Although he had not been in good health for a number of years, he was not confined to the house but a few days. Mr. Noble was the senior member of the firm of G. W. Noble Son, who were extensive dealers in thoroughbred stock, and was the owner of the best stock farm in this section. He was justice-of-the- peace for the past twenty years, and united with the Baptist church in early manhood, where he was a deacon at the time of his death. Mr. Noble was a devoted christian man and few men have a larger circle of friends than he. He was seventy-two years of age, and is survived by his wife, one son and one daughter, Mrs. Edward Joralemon of Pine City and Alonzo P. Noble of Wells. Funeral services were held at his late home last Sabbath afternoon, and were largely attended. The Rev. Francis Shearer of Elmira conducted the service. Text: 2nd Timothy 4, 6-8. Miss Wilcox sang two beautiful solos, "Lead, Kindly Light," and "Abide With Me." Funeral director Miller of Millerton was in charge. Interment at Baptist Hill cemetery (The Troy Register, Troy, Pennsylvania, Thursday, October 13, 1904).

George W. Noble one of the best known and most extensive farmers and stockmen of western Bradford, died at his home in Wells, Oct. 6, of heart disease, in his 73rd year. He was born in Chenango county, N. Y., May 29,1832, and came with his father, Alonzo C. Noble, to Wells in 1833. He was a prominent member of the grange, had served several terms as school director and auditor and was Justice of the Peace for more than a quarter of a century. In early life he united with the Baptist church and lived an upright christian life. He married Mary Pellet of Southport, N. Y., who with one daughter, Mrs. Edward Joralemon and one son, Alonzo P. Noble, survive him (undated obituary from scrapbook).

Mrs. Mary M. Noble, widow of George Noble, died Saturday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Joralemon at Webb Mills, aged seventy-one years. Besides her daughter she is survived by one son, Alonzo P., of Wells, Pa., and one brother, J. A. Pellet, of Webbs Mills. A prayer service will be held at the home of her daughter Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. The body will be taken to the Baptist Hill Church in the town of Columbia, Pa., where services will be held at 1 o'clock. Burial will be in the Baptist Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Noble lived all her life in the town of Wells. For four years she had lived at the home of Mrs. Joralemon in Webbs Mills. She was well known and highly respected (Elmira Star-Gazette, Elmira, New York, Monday, January 4, 1909).

NOBLE IN NAME; NOBLE IN DEED Webbs Mills, Jan 6 - Mrs. Mary M. Noble, widow of George Noble, was buried yesterday, the funeral being held from the Baptist Hill Church in Columbia X Roads. Burial was in the Baptist Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Noble died Saturday night at the home of her daughter Mrs. E. W. Joralemon in this village with whom she had lived for four years. Besides her daughter she is survived by one son Alonzo P. of Wells and a brother J. A. Pellett, also of Webbs Mills (Elmira Star-Gazette, Elmira, New York, Wednesday, January 6, 1909).

Ella Mary Noble b. 3 Sept 1857 Wells towsnhip, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
Alonzo Pellet Noble b. 13 May 1865 Wells township.

194. Charlotte Rebecca Pellet b. 23 Dec 1839 m. 1 Jan 1861 at Elmira, New York by Dr. Hull, Foster Garrison b. 30 Nov 1835 Pumpkin Hill, Jackson township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania son of William Garrison and Harriet Updyke. Foster Garrison enlisted Sept 1862 in the Civil War and was discharged 17 June 1865 with the rank of quartermaster sergeant. Purchased a farm in Wells township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania in 1865 on his return from the service. United with the Baptist Church of South Creek in 1868. Charlotte Garrison d. 22 June 1869 (ts and pension application) Wells township buried Jobs Corners Cemetery, Jackson township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania. Foster m. 8 June 1870 at the bride's home in Wells township, Malvina Harriet Queal b. 7 May 1844 daughter of Robert Queal and Sarah J. Gordon. Enumerated in South Creek township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania in 1880. Purchased a farm in Sullivan township, Tioga County in 1881 near Elk Run. Foster and Melvina became members of the Elk Run Methodist Episopal Church. Foster applied for a pension, which he received and was residing at Elk Run, Sullivan township, Tioga County, Pennsylvania, Sept 1897 and Oct 1903. In 1904 removed to Mansfield. He d. 15 Nov 1904 Mansfield, Tioga County, Pennsylvania buried Jobs Corners Cemetery. Malvina resided at Mansfield and d. 21 Jan 1926 buried with Charlotte and Foster in Jobs Corners Cemetery.

Foster Garrison was born in Jackson township, Nov. 30, 1835. On a point of what is called Pumpkin Hill. At the age of 26 years he married Charlotte R. Pellet; but before a year had passed the excitement of war was so great that his heart could not withstand its yearnings, and loyal to his country he enlisted to its call for volunteers in September, 1862, in the 16th cavalry. He served there nearly three years; was engaged in several battles or skirmishes, and was a brave and true soldier. After his return home he embraced religion and united with the Baptist church of South Creek in 1868. In 1865 after his return from the service, he bought a farm in the township of Wells. Here with his wife he entered upon the duties of a farmer, tilling the soil and caring for his family, which consisted of his wife and two children, Ottie Carl and George E. There he lived a prosperous life until June 8, 1869 his wife died, and he was left to care for his children alone. This he could not do and in June 1870 he was again married to Melvina H. Queal of Wells. Three children were born to them, Herman D., Henry F., and Burke E. In 1881 he bought a farm in Sullivan known as the Hodge farm. He and his wife united with the Elk Run M. E. church, where they walked hand in hand in the Master's vineyard, toiling not for the riches of earth, but for the treasures of heaven. For twenty years or more he bore the heat and burden of farm life. He reared up his boys and saw them all married to good and noble wives. He was kind and devoted father, and his and noblest ef For a number of years Mr. Garrison worked under failing health and finally gave up farming entirely. In 1904 he left the farm and moved to Mansfield where he lived only a few months until he died Nov. 5, 1904. He joined the M. E. church in Mansfield by letter, and though not able to attend many of its means of grace, his heart and prayers were ever with the church he so much loved. He was an earnest, thoughtful christian man, ever loyal and true to the church he served for many years. His words of kindness and acts of love to pastors and their families, to neighbors and friends or any one whom he had an opportunity to help in any way, showed him to be a noble christian man. As his health failed he relied more and more upon the work Jesus Christ had done for him. His prayers were for the happiness of his loved ones, whom he knew he must soon leave. His last days were spent with his dear ones who tenderly cared for him, and when his last moments came, he passed quietly from earth to dwell with Christ. The funeral services were held at Jobs Corners and were conducted by Rev. D. Stoker, W. H. Yard, of Horseheads, and Rev. Paul Smith. His remains were laid to rest in the cemetery at that place (Mansfield Advertiser, Mansfield, Pennsylvania, August 30, 1905).

Mrs. Melvina H. Garrison died at the home of her son, Herman Garrison, of Austinville, Pa., Thursday afternoon at 4:50 o'clock, aged eighty-one years. She is survived by the following sons: Herman, of Austinville, Pa.; Harry, of Mansfield, Pa.; and Burke, of Elmira. The funeral will be held Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Job's Corners church. Burial in Job's Corners cemetery. The Rev. C. G. . McConnell, of Centenary M. E. church of Elmira will officiate (obituary).

Children of Foster and Charlotte:
Ottie Carl Garrison b. 3 Sept 1861 d. 22 Mar 1863 buried Jobs Corners Cemetery.
George Edwin Garrison b. 23 May 1867.

Children of Foster and Malvina:
Herman D. Garrison b. 17 Oct 1871 was a farmer near Austinville, Columbia township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania in the 1900 Columbia township directory.
Henry F. Garrison b. 11 Apr 1875.
Emet Burke Garrison b. 15 Dec 1881.

196. John Allen Pellet b. 14 May 1845 m. 1868 Mary Elizabeth Davy b. 1848 daughter of Norman A. Davy and wife Jeanette of Wells township. John A. Pellet purchased 2 acres in Wells township from Strong and Sabrina Seeley, April 1870 and 20 acres in Wells township from F. S. Ranney, Aug 1870. Sometime after the spring of 1871 John A. Pellet with his wife and daughter removed to Elmira, New York and there a second daughter was born who died at age four months and thirteen days, buried at Mosherville Cemetery, Wells township. John A. Pellet of the City of Elmira purchased 50 acres in Wells of Norman A. Davy, Jan 1874. Also, in Jan of 1874 John A. and Mary E. Pellet sold the 20 acres . purchased in 1870 to Arvine Barrett. They evidently soon removed after that date to Wells, when in Apr 1874 John A. and Mary E. Pellet of Wells sold the 2 acres purchased in 1870 to Frank Robinson. John and Mary Pellet resided on their farm of 50 acres in Wells which land bordered on the New York and Pennsylvania state line and was accessed by way of Bird Creek Road in the town of Southport. John A. Pellet purchased 71 acres in Wells from the Henry Johnson estate in 1889, adjoining the land he purchased in 1874. Mary Pellet d. at their residence in Wells in 1890 age 41 years of tuberculosis and was buried at Mosherville. John m. fourteen months after the death of his first wife on 3 Feb 1892 in the town of Southport, Mary Elizabeth McWhorter of the town of Southport b. Mar 1851 town of Southport, Chemung County, New York daughter of David McWhorter and Huldah Mosher. John A. Pellet purchased 51 acres in Wells from Jeanette Davy estate in 1895, adjoining the previous purchases of 50 and 71 acres. His farm now comprised 172 acres and was abundant with orchards and many varieties of fruit. Soon after his second marriage he removed to the village of Webb Mills in the town of Southport, but continued to maintain the farm in Wells. John A. Pellet d. 25 June 1912 11 o'clock in the evening at his home in Webb Mills and was buried June 28.

John A. Pellet, a resident of Webb Mills over half a century, died at the family home in that place yesterday morning, aged sixty-seven years. He had been an officer in the Pine City Baptist church many years and was a respected citizen. The decedent is survived by his widow and three daughters, Mrs. E. M. Knapp of Webb Mills, Mrs. F. L. Whitney of Austin, Texas, and Mrs. W. G. Snyder of Southport Corners. The funeral will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the family home, the Rev. Mr. Ripley of Pine City to officiate. Burial at Mosherville, Pa (obituary).

No monuments mark the burial of John A. and Mary E. Davy Pellet in Mosherville Cemetery. They are buried beside their daughter, Charlotte "Lottie." His parents and sister, Alice are also buried on the same lot.

Mary Elizabeth Pellet sold the Pellet farm in Wells in consideration of $1 to Edith M. Knapp, Ella Snyder, and Grace Whitney, 15 July 1912. She d. 1943 buried Webb Mills Cemetery on her parents lot.

Edith May Pellet b. 20 Feb 1871 Wells township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.
Charlotte Pellet b. 28 Apr 1873 Elmira, New York d. 10 Sept 1873 Elm Street, Elmira, New York buried Mosherville Cemetery.
Grace Pellet b. 10 June 1878 Wells township.
Ella Noble Pellet b. 29 Jan 1883 Wells township.

206. William McCoy Pellet b. 1844 removed to Watkins Glen, Schuyler County, New York and m. 6 Mar 1872 Esther A. Lockwood b. 19 Mar 1850 Sugar Hill, Schuyler County daughter of Robert and Jane Lockwood. In the 1875 state census enumeration, William was a banker. In the 1893 Schuyler County directory, William was a partner with Mott B. Hughey in the wholesale and retail trade of boots, shoes, trunks, and bags on the east side of Franklin Street near Fourth and he was a partner with Heman D. Skiff in fire, life, and accident insurance on the west side of Franklin near Fourth. Esther d. 3 Jan 1917 at their home at corner of Decatur and Second Streets, Watkins Glen and William d. 25 Nov 1930 Watkins Glen buried Glenwood Cemetery.

Robert Lockwood Pellet b. 2 Dec 1873 Watkins Glen, law student in the 1893 directory.
Margaret M. Pellet b. 27 Jan 1875 m. 20 Dec 1900 (Watkins Review, December 26, 1900) Roswell S. Nichols son of Amasa H. Nichols and wife.
William Waldo Pellet b. 2 Apr 1879.
Frank Fenno Pellet b. 8 Sept 1884.
Dorothy Pellet b. 1891 m. 22 Oct 1913 Clarence F. James b. 26 June 1890 son of Olin L. James and Mary Featherly. Clarence was partner with his father-in-law in the insurance business and mercantile store. Clarence d. 12 May 1957 Watkins Glen and Dorothy d. 5 Feb 1974 Fullerton, California buried with her parents and infant son.
William Bradford James d. 24 Nov 1917 5d.
William Pellet James.
Robert James.
Dorothy James m. Kloppel.
Margaret James m. Ketchum.

207. Jackson Brainard Pellet b. 4 Aug 1847 m. 8 Dec 1880 Margaret Rembert Laurence b. 5 June 1859 daughter of Thomas Laurence and Margaret Rembert. Jackson studied medicine at Columbia University and in 1871 began practice at Hamburg, New Jersey. After 63 years he retired turning his practice over to son, Thomas. Jackson d. 3 May 1939 at Hamburg and Margaret d. 25 Sept 1944 buried North Church Cemetery, North Hardyston. Dr. J. B. Pellet's grandson is Dr. John Pellet of Wisconsin. Ruth Armstrong gave him Pellet pictures in 1986.

Jackson Sayre Pellet b. 30 May 1883 d. 1964 (ts) Papakating Cemetery.
Thomas Laurence Pellet b. 8 Dec 1886 m. Elizabeth M. Rowan b. 1891. Thomas, M.D., d. 1968 (ts) and Elizabeth d. 1972 (ts) North Church Cemetery.
Russell Laurence Pellet b. 3 Oct 1890 m. Mary Miller b. 1892. Russell d. 1963 (ts) and Mary d. 1985 (ts) North Church Cemetery.
Katherine Laurence Pellet b. 31 Aug 1892 m. J. Burton Wiley b. 1879 d. 1974 (ts) and Katherine d. 1990 (ts) North Church Cemetery.
Margaret Rembert Pellet b. 5 Nov 1895 m. Robert A. Watt and she d. 1992 (ts) Papakating Cemetery.
Staats Morris Pellet b. 3 Sept 1899 m. Lucy Ann Morrrison b. 1902 d. 1955 (ts) and (2)Edith Hard Chandler b. 1899 d. 1993 (ts) and Staats d. 1996 (ts) North Church Cemetery.
Charlotte Pellet b. 17 Aug 1902.

208. Sarah Ella Pellet b. 7 Dec 1851 m. 8 Oct 1873 (Sussex County marriage record) John Moore b. 1843, M. D., of Sussex. John d. 7 May 1920 and Ella d. 1944 (ts) buried Deckertown Union Cemetery.

Margaret McCoy Moore b. 4 Apr 1881.
John Raymond Moore b. 12 Oct 1882.
William M. Moore b. 8 May 1884 m. Roberta Sly.
Walter Moore b. 1 Apr 1889 m. Gene Stewart of Knoxville, Tennessee.

209. Frank Edwin Pellet b. 26 Sept 1859, lawyer in Paterson, New Jersey, m. 16 Mar 1893 Frances Drake of Syracuse, New York b. 1867. Frank d. 31 Jan 1924 and Frances d. 1954 (ts) buried Deckertown Union Cemetery, Wantage Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.

Mary Bradford Pellet.
Florence M. Pellet b. 1901 m. Donald C. Smith b. 1902 d. 1971 (ts) and Florence d. 1988 (ts) Deckertown Union Cemetery.
Donald C. Smith II b. 1931 d. 1994 (ts) Deckertown Union Cemetery.
Frances Pellet b. 1902 d. 1997 (ts) Deckertown Union Cemetery.

210. Emeline Jane Pellet b. 5 Apr 1850 m. Martin W. Mabie b. 27 Sept 1842 son of Robert Mabie and Eliza Ackerson of Sussex. Emma d. 9 Jan 1905 (ts) and Martin d. 7 Mar 1926 (ts) North Church Cemetery, Hardyston, Sussex County, New Jersey.

Elizabeth Ann Mabie b. c. 1875 m. John Reilly son of Thomas Reilly and wife Bridget of Sussex. Residing Syracuse, New York in 1942. No children.
Fred L. Mabie.
Alice W. Mabie.
Charlotte M. Mabie.
Jessie G. Mabie b. 24 Jan 1887 d. 5 June 1887 (ts) North Church Cemetery.

211. Thomas Warren Pellet b. 2 Dec 1851 m. 11 May 1876 at Hamburg, New Jersey, Sarah Conklin Bellew b. 13 Feb 1855 Hamburg. Resided Newburgh, New York. Sarah d. 26 May 1926 and Thomas d. 14 Dec 1940 Newburgh.

LeGrande Warren Pellet b. 22 Sept 1877 Hamburg, New Jersey.
Stanley Pellet.

212. John William Pellet b. 11 Feb 1854 m. Sadie Carpenter daughter of Alexander Carpenter, (2)Cora Miller b. 15 May 1868 daughter of Joseph Miller and Hannah Dobelle of Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania. John d. 23 Apr 1904 Sussex. Cora was residing in 1938 in Sussex.

Children of John and Cora:
Sadie Pellet b. 5 July 1888 near Dover, New Jersey d. 12 Feb 1905 (ts) Fairview Cemetery.
Eva/Helen Pellet b. 5 Aug 1899.

213. George A. Pellet b. 26 Jan 1856 m. 1878 at Butler, New Jersey, Mary Stewart Cross b. 12 Apr 1862 Mamaroneck, New York daughter of Richard S. Cross and Sarah Ann Stewart. Removed to Akron, Ohio where George d. 27 Dec 1897. Mary d. 4 Apr 1898.

Walter Stewart Pellet b. 12 Aug 1879 last heard from in 1923.
Raymond Pellet b. Hoboken, New Jersey perhaps d. infancy.
Lila Jean Pellet b. Hoboken, New Jersey perhaps d. infancy.
Helen Irene Pellet b. 1885 Hoboken, New Jersey m. William Graham. No children.
Sidney Pellet (female) b. Akron, Ohio perhaps d. infancy.
Viola Pellet b. Akron, Ohio perhapd d. infancy.
Earl George Pellet b. 4 Mar 1891.
Myrtle Pellet b. June 1892 Hoboken, New Jersey m. 1919 Roy Jeffs of Toronto, Canada and she d. Apr 1924. No children.

214. Alice G. Pellet b. 13 June 1858 m. 28 Dec 1876 (Sussex County marriage record) Clarkson Bird Jr. Resided Sussex, New Jersey. Fanny d. 5 Nov 1940.

Lulu Bird.
Emma L. Bird.
Fred E. Bird.
Edyth G. Bird.
Elizabeth Bird.

215. Frederick M. Pellet b. 1 Aug 1860 m. 10 Nov 1883 Mary Adeline Deazley b. 21/26 Nov 1857 daughter of David Deazley and Martha Ross of Newton, New Jersey. Mary d. 23 Oct 1936 Lafayette, New Jersey. Fred d. 19 Jan 1940 buried Newton Cemetery.

Maude L. Pellet b. 26 June 1884.
Obadiah A. Pellet b. 26 Aug 1890.

216. Ada L. Pellet b. 3 Dec 1862 m. 25 Mar 1885 William Backman/Barkman b. 18 Feb 1860 son of Levi Backman and Matilda Hunt of Sparta Township, Sussex County, New Jersey. William d. 2 Jan 1897 Sussex. Ada resided Hillsdale, New Jersey in 1940.

Ernest C. Backman b. 20 Oct 1885 Sussex d. 10 Feb 1914 Hackensack, New Jersey.
. Edna Backman b. 21 May.. 1888.
Mabel L. Backman b. 6 July 1890.
Florence E. Backman b. 17 Nov 1893.

217. LeGrand W. Pellet b. 16 Sept 1868 m. Mary F. Newell. Resided Bordentown, New Jersey in 1940.

Mary Louise Pellet.
LeGrand Pellet.
Percy Pellet.
Holmes Pellet.

219. Albert Pellet b. 1872 m. Lillian Snook and resided Sussex, New Jersey. Bert d. c. 11 Dec 1941.

Charles B. Pellet.

220. Charlotte E. Pellet b. 16 Apr 1850 m. 11 Nov 1872 (Sussex County marriage record) Frederick M. Cannon. Frederick was a physician.

Emma Cannon.
Harry Cannon.

221. Emeline Pellet b. 15 Feb 1853 m. 13 May 1884 Charles A. Wilson as his second wife, b. 20 Oct 1840 only child of Philetus Wilson and Clarissa Wilson. Businessman in Sussex. Emma d. c. 21 Jan 1934.

223. Margaret Pellet b. 26 June 1860 m. 20 Oct 1886 John L. Stanton b. 1857. Newspaper man in Sussex. John d. 13 Mar 1940 and Margaret d. 19 Apr 1942.

Charles Richard Stanton m. and was involved in advertising, resided Red Bank, New Jersey in 1942.

224. Anna Pellet m. John Andrews.

Adelbert Andrews.
Lena Andrews m. Allen Kirby.
Marjorie Andrews m. George Samson. In 1939 she was postmistress at Lake Ariel, Pennsylvania.
Densy Andrews.

235. Olive Amanda Genung b. 29 Mar 1839 m. C. C. Brown and she d. 25 Feb 1864 buried Glen Dyberry Cemetery near Honesdale, Wayne County, Pennsylvania.

Amanda Brown b. 20 Feb 1864 d. 9 Mar 1864 buried Glen Dyberry Cemetery.

237. William P. Leland m. Sarah Clark.

Clark Leland.
Edna Leland.
Rosie Leland.
Mabel Leland.

238. George W. Leland m. Cassie Clark (2)Lydia Henbach.

239. Charles W. Leland m. Addie Singsley.

Ray Leland.
Lola Leland.

242. Addie Kimble b. 22 Mar 1865 m. Altee Bingham and she d. 6 Dec 1885

270. Gurdon Ellis Pellet b. 27 Dec 1869 m. 1900 Emma Kip.

Mary E. Pellet.
Helen K. Pellet.

272. Edmund Burnham Pellet b. 21 Nov 1873 m. 1902 Elizabeth Parker b. 30 June 1878 Forked River, Ocean County, New Jersey daughter of Winfield Scott Parker and Gertrude Smock. Elizabeth d. 1927 and Edmund d. 1951 buried Laurel Grove Cemetery, Totowa, Passaic County, New Jersey.

274. Sybil Pellet b. 1879 m. _____ Anness and she d. 1965 buried Bingham Cemetery, Paupack, Pennsylvania.

276. Mabel Pellet b. July 1891 m. Frank Z. Jones and she d. Oct 1918 buried Bingham Cemetery, Paupack, Pennsylvania.

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