Brick Walls

Arabella (Hamill) Aldrich

I will try and update these as I can… hopefully we can knock these walls down!

AARON ALDRICH, b. Abt. 1810 in NY. Married Almira LOCKWOOD bef. 1835 prob. in NY. Children: George William, Susan, & Anna. George m. Arabella HAMILL in St. Charles, Saginaw County, MI; Susan m._____ALBACH of West Milbrook; Anna m._____CORNELL of Washington.

ARABELLA HAMILL (Photo to the right is Arabella, can’t remember where I got it from or who); b. August 14, 1850 in Lansing, MI. Married George ALDRICH on February 18, 1866 in St. Charles, Saginaw County, MI. d. August 07, 1920 in Pontiac, MI. Her parents were William D. & Triphena Arabella [MORTON] HAMILL. However she was adopted. Her real name was Faith Charity. There was also a little boy that was adopted by William & Triphena. Would like info on both her adopted family and her biological family.

ALMIRA (or ELMIRA LOCKWOOD), b. March 04, 1823 in NY. Married (1) Aaron ALDRICH/ALDRIGE/ALDRIDGE Bef. 1835 prob. in NY. Married (2) William CRAIG in Michigan. d. June 28, 1901 in Corunna, Shiawassee County, MI. Death Record in Shiawassee County Court House says her parents were Mr. DOGE of Corunna and Unknown. But the 1850 Sharon, Washtenaw County, MI census says that Mary LOCKWOOD lived with Aaron & Almira ALDRIGE at the age of 50 being born in NY. The 1860 of St. Charles, Saginaw County, MI census say Mary LOCKWOOD lived with William & Almira CRAIG at the age of 63 being born in NY. Any information on the parentage of Almira/Elmira or Mary LOCKWOOD would be appreciated.

BERT (ALBERT) GARNER, d. at age of 29, cause of death: consumption. Sister was Mrs. James (Harriet) NEFF. Harriet was b. on November 24, 1863 in NY. Parents were Charles & Mary [CONLEY] GARNER. Lived in Chesaning, Saginaw County, MI at time of death. Need info on Bert and his parents and other siblings, I have his obit, but little information is in it and it was cut out of paper so unknown what year or month he died, also can’t find a death record or burial.

Richard L. Vincent & his wife Elizabeth James;

RICHARD L. VINCENT, son of L. (Levi ?) Vincent, was born on 4 May 1815 in Michigan or New York, (Census, 1860 & 1880 says born in New York; 1870 & 1900 says born in Michigan.) died on 25 Mar 1906 in Brant, Saginaw County, MI, and was buried in Brant Cemetery, Old Part, Brant, Saginaw County, MI. Richard married ELIZABETH JAMES, daughter of John & Jane James (could of live in Gawler, Australia), sometime between 1851 to 1853. Elizabeth was born on 8 Jan 1832 in England, died on 7 Jul 1920 in Marion Springs, Saginaw County, MI, and was buried in Brant Cemetery, Old Part, Brant, Saginaw County, MI.(Her stone says ‘Mother’ next to Richard’s grave and the cemetery index says that it is her.) Now my brick wall is Richard’s & Elizabeth’s parents and their children. They had 8 children; Adelene/Adella (married to a William ?), Louisa (can’t find her at all, only in a census), Levi (married to Elizabeth F. Cobblie?), Henry (again only found in census), John (married to Charity Mae Wilson), James (married to Evaline Wilson), Mary Jane (married to William Allen Wilson & Abram Charles Coon) and William (married to Almyra Aldrich).
Phebe Dowd or Phebe Lash; birth mother of John Henry Lash. John Lash was born illegitimate on 20 August 1869 in Richfield Township, Genesee County, MI. His birth mother was ‘Phebe Dowd of Forest Township’ – Forest Township is also in Genesee County. John was adopted by LYMAN C. LASH and his wife MARY REINHART, and is in the 1870 census as Frederick born Aug 1869. All other census show his first name as John or John H. Lash. Lyman’s sister Betsey married Sylvester Austin Felt and in several census’ Phebe is living with them. In 1850 Perinton, Monroe County, NY household of Austin Felt, Phebe is listed as being born in NY and is 8 years old (b. circa 1842); in 1860 Victor, Ontario County, NY household of Austin Felt Phebe Lash is listed as ‘Domestic’ and is 17 years old, born in NY (b. circa 1843) and finally in the 1870 Grand Blanc, Genesee County, MI census, household of Austin Felt, she is listed as Phebe Dowd and is as ‘Keeping House,’ she is 29 (b. Circa 1841) still born in NY, and listed right below her is an ETTIE DOWD 4 years old and born in Michigan. **Just a note Lyman C. Lash & Betsey (Lash) Felt have 3 other siblings, Peter, Anson & Joseph (or Josiah). Peter & Anson all of their children have been found, so we are thinking that Phebe Lash is the daughter of Joseph (or Josiah) Lash but can not confirm or deny that.
….and since we are talking sorta about John Henry Lash, his wife DELIA LANE. Her & John’s son Dee died in 1918 and John was listed as a widower. She may have owned land in Colorado on an Indian Reservation (that is just a family ‘story’). She is found in 1910 in Juanita Township, Tuscola County, MI with her husband John, is is 37 years old, married for 18 years, born in MI and both her parents were born in NY and she has had 5 children that are all still alive at that time. In the 1900 Juanita Township, Tuscola County, MI with her husband John, 27 years old and her birthday in August 1872 in Michigan, married 7 years, 4 children, and parents still born in NY. Next I found a Marriage Record for John Lash and Delia Lane, in Richfield, Genesee County, MI on 6 December 1892. Delia was 20 years old and was from Hadley, Lapeer County, MI. Her father was Isaac Lane from Lapeer County, MI. So I naturally go looking for Isaac Lane in Lapeer County…. I found in 1880 in Elba, Lapeer County, MI an Isaac Lane, 41 years old, born in NY with wife Elsie (31 years old), and children Maggie (age 10), Cordelia (age 6), William (age 5), Charles (age 3) and Minnie (age 1), Now is this the Isaac in the marriage record… I don’t know… but it looks like it to me.
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