Thomas Hadley1,2

(1728 - 1 Sep 1781)
Biography*"Active in the Revolution"3
Father*Joshua Hadley1,2 b. 3mo 6d 1703, d. circa 1760
Mother*Mary Rowland2 b. 1706, d. 1733
Birth*17283
Marriage*4mo 13d 1750; Londongrove Meeting, Chester Co., Pennsylvania4
Marriage4mo 13d 1750; New Garden, Chester, Pennsylvania; Principal=Mary Thompson1,3
Death*1 Sep 17813

Family

Mary Thompson

Citations

  1. New Garden Monthly Meeting Marriage Records, 1704-1765, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (US/CAN 0020466). Page 171.
  2. Notes on the Quaker Family of Hadley by Chalmers Hadley, 1916 (Carson-Harper Press: Denver CO), Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (US/CAN 1017403). Page 22.
  3. Delaware Quaker Records, Early Members of Northern New Castle County, compiled by Herbert C. Standing, May 1980 (copy includes handwritten corrections & additions by original compiler), Friends Historical Library, Swarthmore College, 500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, Delaware Co., Pennsylvania.
  4. Collection of Family Data #35 by Gilbert Cope Delaware Quaker Records, Hadley Section, Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 2207 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (FHL US/CAN Film 517028).

Thomas Hadley1

(10 Dec 1763 - )
Father*Joshua Hadley1 b. 05mo 23d 1743
Mother*Ruth Lindley1 b. 3mo 25d 1745
Birth*10 Dec 1763; Orange Co., North Carolina; likely now part of Alamance County1

Citations

  1. Collection of Family Data #35 by Gilbert Cope Delaware Quaker Records, Hadley Section, Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 2207 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (FHL US/CAN Film 517028).

William Hadley1

(20 Dec 1768 - )
Father*Joshua Hadley1 b. 05mo 23d 1743
Mother*Ruth Lindley1 b. 3mo 25d 1745
Birth*20 Dec 1768; Orange Co., North Carolina; likely now part of Alamance County1

Citations

  1. Collection of Family Data #35 by Gilbert Cope Delaware Quaker Records, Hadley Section, Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, 2207 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (FHL US/CAN Film 517028).

Menassa Haggert1

( - 1864)
Father*Simeon Buck1 b. 14 May 1773, d. 13 Jun 1861
Mother*Martha Spear1 d. 23 Jun 1853
Marriage*Principal=Mehitable Harrison1
Death*18641

Family

Mehitable Harrison d. 9 Sep 1856

Citations

  1. Annis Buck and D.E. Washburn, Buck, A History of a part of the Family and Near Connections (Felchville, Vermont: D.E. Washburn, 1906).

Addison Hains1

Marriage*25 Jul 1843; Principal=Mary Ann Megeath1

Family

Mary Ann Megeath b. 17 Sep 1812, d. 1843

Citations

  1. Morna Howell & Marilyn Buist, History of the McGeath Family (Leesburg, Virginia: Charles S. Monroe Vocational Technical Center, 1987), page 141.

Mary Stone Hake1

Marriage*Principal=Judge James William Eaton1

Family

Judge James William Eaton b. 6 Sep 1839

Citations

  1. Nellie Zada Molyneux, History Genealogical and Biographical of the Eaton Families (Syracuse, New York: C.W. Bardeen, 1911), page 649.

Baird Weaver Hale

Marriage*Principal=Mathilda Cato1

Family

Mathilda Cato
Child

Citations

  1. "Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Winfred Dwight Hale & Ruth Jane Hilles, Belmont County, 2 Sep 1930.

Winfred Dwight Hale1

(18 May 1900 - 14 Sep 1975)
Father*Baird Weaver Hale
Mother*Mathilda Cato1
Birth*18 May 1900; Indiana2,3
Marriage*8 Sep 1918; Arkansas; Principal=Thelma Tatum4,3
Marriage*2 Sep 1930; Belmont Co., Ohio; Bride=Ruth Jane Hilles1
Death*14 Sep 1975; Arlington, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts5

Family 1

Thelma Tatum b. circa 1900

Family 2

Ruth Jane Hilles b. 21 Mar 1904, d. 13 May 1998
ChartsFREDD, John (Descendants)

Citations

  1. "Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Winfred Dwight Hale & Ruth Jane Hilles, Belmont County, 2 Sep 1930.
  2. Winfred Hale, Sep 1975, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), online www.ancestry.com.
  3. Winfred Dwight Hale, Phillips Co., Arkansas, C3-1-38, World War I Draft Registration (1917-18), online www.ancestry.com.
  4. "Arkansas County Marriages Index, 1837-1957," database, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com), Winfred D Hale & Thelma Tatum, 8 Sep 1918.
  5. "Ohio Obituary Index," database, Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center (http://index.rbhayes.org/), Winfred Hale, Barnesville Enterprise, 25 Sep 1975, page 2.

Carrie Hall1

Marriage*Principal=William C. Sturgeon1

Family

William C. Sturgeon
ChartsSTURGEON, Jeremiah (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Claudius T. McCoy, A Genealogical History of the Sturgeons of North America (Cincinnati, Ohio: n.pub., 1926).

Elizabeth Hall1

(circa 1756 - 10 May 1841)
Birth*circa 17562
Marriage*27 Aug 1787; Frederick, Frederick Co., Maryland; Principal=David Barnes1,3
Death*10 May 1841; Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio2,3

Family

David Barnes
Family BiographyBarnes Family
ChartsBARNES, David (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Jordon Dodd, "Maryland Marriages, 1655-1850," online www.ancestry.com , David Barnes & Elizabeth Hall, Frederick Co., 27 Aug 1787 , Maryland Historical Society records, Baltimore, Maryland, 2006,.
  2. Francis Hamilton Hibbard, Obituaries and Miscellaneous Records Relating to Families of Barnesville, Belmont County, Ohio, Barnesville Hutton Memorial Library, 308 East Main Street, Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio. Combined obituary for Nancy Barnes and Elizabeth Barnes, St. Clairsville Gazette, 31 May 1841.
  3. Francis Hamilton Hibbard, Obituaries and Miscellaneous Records Relating to Families of Barnesville, Belmont County, Ohio, Barnesville Hutton Memorial Library, 308 East Main Street, Barnesville, Belmont Co., Ohio. Obituary for Elizabeth Barnes, Belmont Chronicle, 25 May 1841.

Mary E. Hall1

Marriage*Principal=John McCartney1

Family

John McCartney
Child

Citations

  1. "Ohio County Marriages, 1789-1994," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Harry Rolland McCartney & Georgeanna Hilles, Belmont County, 21 Aug 1912.
  2. Harry Rolland McCartney, Ohio Certificate of Death Belmont County, State File Number: Not Marked (13 Feb 1963), Family History Library's FamilySearch, www.familysearch.org.

Abel C. Halladay1

(1829 - 18 May 1905)
Father*David Halladay2 b. 18 Feb 1799, d. 1 Apr 1858
Mother*Nancy H. Carpenter2 b. 10 Apr 1799, d. 1 Feb 1880
Birth*1829; Marlboro, Windham Co., Vermont1,2,3
Marriage*26 Nov 1850; Clinton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts; Principal=Rosabella Galy3
Burial*East Sebewa Cemetery, Sebewa, Ionia Co., Michigan1
Death*18 May 1905; Sebewa, Ionia Co., Michigan1,2

Family

Rosabella Galy b. 1833
FindaGrave*107381891
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ChartsCARPENTER, Peter (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Judith, "East Sebewa Cemetery Find-A-Grave Memorial (Sebewa, Ionia Co., MI)," dated Apr 2005, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 18 Mar 2011) online www.findagrave.com , Abel C. Halladay, 1905, #10738189.
  2. "Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995," database, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Abel C. Halliday, 18 May 1905, This index is an electronic database of information compiled from a variety of sources including Family Records, Church Records, Civil Registration.
  3. "Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Abel Halladay & Roseabella Galy, Clinton MA, 26 Nov 1850, Sources include digital images from marriage records & registers at the Massachusetts State Archives and various town clerks.

Anna Halladay1

(18 Jun 1805 - )
Father*Daniel Halladay Junior1 b. circa 1761, d. 22 Nov 1849
Mother*Hannah Phelps1 b. circa 1762, d. Feb 1842
Marriage*Principal=Joseph Willis1
Birth*18 Jun 18051

Family

Joseph Willis

Citations

  1. Ephraim H. Newton, The History of the Town of Marlborough, Windham County, Vermont (Montpelier, Vermont: Vermont Historical Society, 1930), Daniel Halladay, page 179.

Anna Halladay

(circa Feb 1825 - 4 Nov 1858)
Father*David Halladay b. 18 Feb 1799, d. 1 Apr 1858
Mother*Nancy H. Carpenter b. 10 Apr 1799, d. 1 Feb 1880
Birth*circa Feb 1825; Marlboro, Windham Co., Vermont; died at age 33 years, 9 months1
Marriage*23 May 1846; Ware, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts; Principal=Burton Humphrey Ruggles2
Death*4 Nov 1858; Groton, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts; died of Child Bed Fever1

Family

Burton Humphrey Ruggles b. 11 Feb 1823
Children
ChartsCARPENTER, Peter (Descendants)

Citations

  1. "Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Anna Ruggles, Groton, 4 Nov 1858, Sources include digital images from death records & registers at the Massachusetts State Archives and various town clerks.
  2. "Massachusetts Marriages, 1695-1910," database, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Burton H. Ruggles & Anna Halliday, Ware, 23 May 1846, This index is an electronic database of information compiled from a variety of sources including Family Records, Church Records, & Civil Registration.
  3. "Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Infant Ruggles, birth, 28 Mar 1847, Sources include digital images from death records & registers at the Massachusetts State Archives and various town clerks.
  4. "Illinois Deaths & Stillbirths, 1916-1947," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Emma Ruggles Sperry, death, 4 May 1933, "The record consists of one-page pre-printed death certificate forms filled in by hand or typed."
  5. "Massachusetts Births and Christenings, 1639-1915," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Franklin Ruggles, Springfield, 25 Jun 1852, This index is an electronic database of information compiled from Family Records, Church Records & Civil Registration.
  6. "Massachusetts Deaths, 1841-1915," digital image, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Anna Jane Ruggles, birth, 28 Oct 1858, Sources include digital images from death records & registers at the Massachusetts State Archives and various town clerks.

Apollos Halladay1

(21 Jan 1801 - )
Father*Daniel Halladay Junior1 b. circa 1761, d. 22 Nov 1849
Mother*Hannah Phelps1 b. circa 1762, d. Feb 1842
Marriage*Principal=Annis Whitney1
Birth*21 Jan 18011

Family

Annis Whitney b. 15 Sep 1825

Citations

  1. Ephraim H. Newton, The History of the Town of Marlborough, Windham County, Vermont (Montpelier, Vermont: Vermont Historical Society, 1930), Daniel Halladay, page 179.

Clarissa Halladay1

(13 Mar 1795 - )
Father*Daniel Halladay Junior1 b. circa 1761, d. 22 Nov 1849
Mother*Hannah Phelps1 b. circa 1762, d. Feb 1842
Birth*13 Mar 17951
Marriage*31 Dec 1817; Principal=Obadiah Church1

Family

Obadiah Church

Citations

  1. Ephraim H. Newton, The History of the Town of Marlborough, Windham County, Vermont (Montpelier, Vermont: Vermont Historical Society, 1930), Daniel Halladay, page 179.

Daniel Halladay1

(4 Mar 1791 - )
Father*Daniel Halladay Junior1 b. circa 1761, d. 22 Nov 1849
Mother*Hannah Phelps1 b. circa 1762, d. Feb 1842
Birth*4 Mar 17911
Marriage*1 Dec 1817; Principal=Mary Sawtell1

Family

Mary Sawtell

Citations

  1. Ephraim H. Newton, The History of the Town of Marlborough, Windham County, Vermont (Montpelier, Vermont: Vermont Historical Society, 1930), Daniel Halladay, page 179.

Daniel Halladay

(24 Nov 1826 - 1 Mar 1916)
Photograph by Walter E Fred
Biography*Pioneer of Sourther California
Windmill Inventor, Bank President, Mechanic
Photo*Photo from "History of Orange County, California" by Samuel Armor (1921)1
Father*David Halladay1 b. 18 Feb 1799, d. 1 Apr 1858
Mother*Nancy H. Carpenter1 b. 10 Apr 1799, d. 1 Feb 1880
Birth*24 Nov 1826; Marlboro, Windham Co., Vermont1,2
Marriage3 May 1849; Ludlow, Hampden Co., Massachusetts; Principal=Susan Spooner1
Death*1 Mar 1916; Santa Ana, Orange Co., California1
Burial*Fairhaven Memorial Park, Santa Ana, Orange Co., California; Section: Lawn R2

Family

Susan Spooner b. 31 Aug 1826, d. 26 Dec 1908
Child

Biographical Notes

Bio Note*DANIEL HALLADAY.- Among the honored pioneers of Southern California who have contributed largely to the growth and advancement of this section of the state through their excellent business judgment and public-spirited service, the name of Daniel Halladay ranks high. Coming to Santa Ana in 1880, Mr. Halladay at once actively identified himself with the development of the locality, interesting himself to some extent in agriculture, but it was in the world of finance that his greatest accomplishments were achieved.

The lineage of the Halladay family dates back for several generations in the history of New England, and its representatives were always in the forefront of the progressive life of their communities. A native of Vermont, Daniel Halladay was born in Marlboro, November 24, 1826. His parents were David and Nancy (Carpenter) Halladay, both natives of the same state. Daniel Halladay's early days were spent at his birthplace, but when he was twelve years of age his parents removed to Springfield, Mass., later settling at Ware, in that state, and in these places Daniel received his education in the public schools. Always of a mechanical bent, at the age of nineteen years he apprenticed himself to learn the machinist's trade, continuing as an apprentice and journeyman for six years. During the latter half of this period he was foreman in the American Machine Works at Springfield, Mass., and the machine works of Seth Adams & Company, in South Boston, Mass. After closing his work with the last-named firm he returned to his former position with the American Machine Works at Springfield, and while there he had charge of the construction of the caloric engine invented by John Ericsson, well known to history as the designer of the famous Monitor. During the World's Fair in London in 1851, it was a part of the American exhibit in the Crystal Palace, Mr. Halladay superintending its erection and exhibition there.

Returning to the United States, Mr. Halladay became a partner in a machine manufacturing concern at Ellington, Conn., but the connection lasted but a short time, Mr. Halladay then going to South Coventry, Conn., where he engaged in the manufacture of machinery under the firm naime of the Halladay Wind Mill Company, the greater part of the machines turned out being of his own invention. The company's plant was removed to Batavia, I11., in 1863, and here the business of the plant grew to a large volume, so that when Mr. Halladay decided to retire from it in order to come to California, he was able to dispose of it at a handsome figure.

Locating at Santa Ana in 1880, Mr. Halladay entered at once into the upbuilding of the county, his clear vision making plain to him its great possibilities. Two years later, in 1882, when the Commercial Bank of Santa Ana was established, he was made its president, and this was the beginning of many years of service in the banking field, in which his wisdom, integrity and wide grasp had a large part in putting it on its present sound, progressive, yet conservative basis. After serving a* the bank's president for a number of years he was made vice-president, always keeping a guiding hand on the affairs of the institution. He was also one of the incorporators of the Bank of Orange, serving on its directorate until it changed hands; at one time he was a director of the Orange County Savings Bank. All of these institutions benefited greatly by Mr. Halladay's wise counsel, as was evidenced by their constant growth, both in number of depositors and amounts of deposits, and his sound judgment has left its impress on their policies to the present day. Interested in every project that made for the material progress of the community, Mr. Halladay entered enthusiastically into the plans for furnishing Santa Ana with illuminating gas, being one of the incorporators and directors of the Santa Ana Gas Company. He was also instrumental in the promotion of the Santa Ana, Orange & Tustin Street Railway, and was one of its directors throughout the existence of the company. Mr. Halladay's marriage, which occurred in Ludlow, Mass., May 3, 1849, united him with Miss Susan M. Spooner, born at Belchertown, Mass., and, like her husband, a descendaint of an old New England family. She passed away on December 26, 1908, at Santa Ana. One child was born to them, a son who died in infancy. Mrs. Halladay was a charter member of the Presbyterian Church at Santa Ana and very active in its circles. Mr. Halladay spent the last few years of his life in retirement from active duties, although he always maintained a wide interest in the affairs of the community and nation, being particularly concerned in the cause of temperance, of which he was ever a stanch advocate. His death occurred on March 1, 1916, at his home on East First Street, being survived by his adopted daughter, Mrs. Susie M. Rutherford.1
FindaGrave*589683532
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ChartsCARPENTER, Peter (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Samuel Armor, History of Orange County California with Biographical Sketches The Leading Men and Women of the County Who have been Identified with its Growth and Development from the Early Days to the Present (Los Angeles, California: Historic Record Company, 1921), pages 215-217.
  2. Tony & Cindy Lloyd, "Fairhaven Cemetery Find-A-Grave Memorial (Santa Ana, Orange Co., CA)," dated 20 Sep 2010, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 18 Mar 2011) online www.findagrave.com , Daniel Halladay, 1 Mar 1916, #58968353.

Daniel Halladay1

(circa 1866 - )
Father*Monroe Halladay1 b. 8 May 1831, d. 1917
Mother*Rocelia S (?)1 b. circa 1843
Birth*circa 1866; Michigan1
ChartsCARPENTER, Peter (Descendants)

Citations

  1. M.D. Halladay household, 1880 U.S. Census, Santa Ana, Los Angeles Co., California, ED 27A, page 244 (stamped), lines 50 & 1-6, dwelling 9, household 9, 8 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2011.

Daniel Halladay Junior1

(circa 1761 - 22 Nov 1849)
Birth*circa 17611
Marriage*20 Oct 1785; Principal=Hannah Phelps
Death*22 Nov 18491

Family

Hannah Phelps b. circa 1762, d. Feb 1842
Children

Citations

  1. Ephraim H. Newton, The History of the Town of Marlborough, Windham County, Vermont (Montpelier, Vermont: Vermont Historical Society, 1930), Daniel Halladay, page 179.
  2. Ephraim H. Newton, The History of the Town of Marlborough, Windham County, Vermont (Montpelier, Vermont: Vermont Historical Society, 1930).

David Halladay1

(18 Feb 1799 - 1 Apr 1858)
Father*Daniel Halladay Junior1 b. circa 1761, d. 22 Nov 1849
Mother*Hannah Phelps1 b. circa 1762, d. Feb 1842
Birth*18 Feb 17991
Birth19 Feb 17992
Marriage*3 Dec 1821; Brattleboro, Windham Co., Vermont; Principal=Nancy H. Carpenter3,1,4,5
Death*1 Apr 18582
Burial*East Sebewa Cemetery, Sebewa, Ionia Co., Michigan2

Family

Nancy H. Carpenter b. 10 Apr 1799, d. 1 Feb 1880
Children
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ChartsCARPENTER, Peter (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Ephraim H. Newton, The History of the Town of Marlborough, Windham County, Vermont (Montpelier, Vermont: Vermont Historical Society, 1930), Daniel Halladay, page 179.
  2. Judith, "East Sebewa Cemetery Find-A-Grave Memorial (Sebewa, Ionia Co., MI)," dated Apr 2005, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 18 Mar 2011) online www.findagrave.com , David Halladay, 1 Apr 1858, #10738183.
  3. General Index to vital records of Vermont, early to 1870; (Montpelier, Vermont: Vermont Secretary of State), Family History Library Films 0027455-0027741, Nancy Carpenter, Marriage (Bride Index), 2 Dec 1821.
  4. William Richard Cutter, New England Families and Memorial, Third Series, Volumes I-IV (Lewis Historical Publication Company: New York, 1915), volume III, pages 1308-1311.
  5. Judith, "East Sebewa Cemetery Find-A-Grave Memorial (Sebewa, Ionia Co., MI)," dated Apr 2005, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 18 Mar 2011) online www.findagrave.com , Nancy Halladay, 1 Feb 1880, #10738185.
  6. "Michigan Marriages, 1822-1995," database, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Daniel R. Calkin & Roxana Halladay Clark, 25 Jul 1889, This index is an electronic database of information compiled from a variety of sources including Family Records, Church Records, Civil Registration.
  7. Samuel Armor, History of Orange County California with Biographical Sketches The Leading Men and Women of the County Who have been Identified with its Growth and Development from the Early Days to the Present (Los Angeles, California: Historic Record Company, 1921), pages 215-217.
  8. "Michigan Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995," database, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Abel C. Halliday, 18 May 1905, This index is an electronic database of information compiled from a variety of sources including Family Records, Church Records, Civil Registration.
  9. "Vermont Births and Christenings, 1765-1908," database, FamilySearch Internet (www.familysearch.org), Monroe Halladay, Marlboro, 8 May 1831, viewed 15 Jul 2010, "Index entries derived from digital copies of originals housed in various repositories throughout Vermont."

Elihu Halladay1

(4 Mar 1797 - )
Father*Daniel Halladay Junior1 b. circa 1761, d. 22 Nov 1849
Mother*Hannah Phelps1 b. circa 1762, d. Feb 1842
Marriage*Principal=Anna Lincoln1
Birth*4 Mar 17971

Family

Anna Lincoln

Citations

  1. Ephraim H. Newton, The History of the Town of Marlborough, Windham County, Vermont (Montpelier, Vermont: Vermont Historical Society, 1930), Daniel Halladay, page 179.

Guy W. Halladay1,2

(circa 1879 - 1898)
Father*Monroe Halladay1 b. 8 May 1831, d. 1917
Mother*Rocelia S (?)1 b. circa 1843
Birth*circa 1879; California1
Death*18982
Burial*Santa Ana Cemetery, Santa Ana, Orange Co., California2
FindaGrave*102792362
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ChartsCARPENTER, Peter (Descendants)

Citations

  1. M.D. Halladay household, 1880 U.S. Census, Santa Ana, Los Angeles Co., California, ED 27A, page 244 (stamped), lines 50 & 1-6, dwelling 9, household 9, 8 Jun 1880, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2011.
  2. Shiver, "Santa Ana Cemetery Find-A-Grave Memorial (Santa Ana, Orange Co., CA)," dated 4 May 2004, Find A Grave Photos (viewed 18 Mar 2011) online www.findagrave.com , Guy W. Halladay, 1898, #10279236.

Hannah Halladay1

(24 Jun 1787 - )
Father*Daniel Halladay Junior1 b. circa 1761, d. 22 Nov 1849
Mother*Hannah Phelps1 b. circa 1762, d. Feb 1842
Marriage*Principal=Artemas Pratt1
Birth*24 Jun 17871

Family

Artemas Pratt

Citations

  1. Ephraim H. Newton, The History of the Town of Marlborough, Windham County, Vermont (Montpelier, Vermont: Vermont Historical Society, 1930), Daniel Halladay, page 179.

Harrow M. Halladay1

(circa Jan 1886 - )
Father*Monroe Halladay1 b. 8 May 1831, d. 1917
Mother*Rocelia S (?)1 b. circa 1843
Birth*circa Jan 1886; California1
ChartsCARPENTER, Peter (Descendants)

Citations

  1. Monroe Halladay household, 1900 U.S. Census, Santa Ana, Orange Co., California, ED 148, page 181 (stamped), lines 13-15, dwelling 168, household 171, 25 Jun 1900, viewed online at www.ancestry.com, 15 Mar 2011.