THE FAMILY TREE
This is an artistic representation of the genealogical relationships between the first 5 Generations of the Cody Family in North America as founded by Philip and Martha of Beverly in the Massachusetts Bay Colony of New England.

The first generation's initials are carved into the trunk, the second's are in green, the third in yellow, the fourth in orange and the fifth in red. Sequentially numbered descendants, the trunk, limbs, branches, sticks and twigs of the tree are listed by family group with married names for the wives. Mouse over the numbers for individual names and bios.

Drawn from the original sources with additional information from "The Cody Family Massachusetts 1698" by Lydia S. Cody (1954) and "Philip & Martha their Sons and Daughters" by Aldus M. Cody (1986). Along with the usual b, m & d, the abbreviation VR is for vital records, CR is for church records, GS is for gravestone and "intpub" is for marriage intentions.

Family Tree...
Philip & Martha
Our Founders

bp Aug 23 1668 St. Pierre Parish Isle of Jersey d early 1743 m Sep 15 1692 Martha LeBrocq b 1668 Isle of Guernsey d after Philip
Famille Lescaude is recorded in parish records for 6 generations before our Philip. At the time of their marriage, Jersey was overpopulated and land was scarse, so they sought opportunity in the Newfoundland fisheries at the service of Philip English, a fellow parishener who had become a prosperous merchant of Salem in the Massachusetts Bay Colony and employed young men and women from Jersey. It's likley they sailed soon after their marriage because the contracts ran for 5-7 years and they bought the Beverly Homestead in 1698. They joined the 1st Church, Mar 4 1704/5 ("Codie" Beverly CR) and their first 4 children were baptised Mar 9 1706/7 ("Codie" Beverly CR). Thomas was baptised Mar 5 1709/10 and like the others, by Rev. Thomas Blowers.
They rented 100 acres in Hopkinton at the corner of Grove St. and Hayden Row and farmed it. Philip signed the Aug 9 1723 petition for a minister of the gospel. They sold the Beverly Homestead by the deed of Dec. 6 1723. Martha was dismissed to the Church of Christ, Hopkinton on Nov 19 1724 ("Codie" Beverly CR). Philip's will was probated Feb 3 1743, Martha survived him, living with Thomas 6 presumably, on Philip's farm.
Children:
  • John 2 b Jan 1 1695/6 ("LeCody" Beverly VR)
  • Joseph 3 b Aug 12 1700 ("LeCody" Beverly VR)
  • Abraham 4 b Sep 21 1701 ("LeCody" Beverly VR) d May 7 1714 ("Coadie May 9 1714" Beverly VR and CR)
  • Isaac 5 b Jan 17 1703/4 ("LeCody" Beverly VR)
  • Thomas 6 b Jun 19 1707 bp Mar 5 1710 ("LeCody" Beverly VR) d 1747 unm
    Thomas joined the church at Hopkinton Jul 1 1733.
  • Mary 7 b May 2 1710 ("LeCody" Beverly VR) unm d before 1739
    She joined the church at Hopkinton April 29 1732.
John 2
(P & M)

b Jan 1 1695 ("LeCody" Beverly VR) bp Mar 9 1706/7 ("Codie" Beverly CR) d 1768 m Dec 3 1717 ("LeCody", "Allis" Beverly VR), to Alice Morgan who was admitted to the church at Hopkinton Sep 29 1728
The first record found of John and Alice is the baptism of their daughter Lucy 8 at Beverly Jun 4, 1723 ("Le Codey" May 5 1723 Beverly VR). At this time they lived in Wenham which adjoins Beverly. They moved to Hopkinton after the baptism of their daughter Susannah 9.
They rented 102 acres of land at the southeast corner of Chestnut St. and Hayden Row (History of Hopkinton) in March 1729. He was chosen constable in 1742, and was assigned to the west end of town for school purposes. A school stood at "John Cody's corner" (History of Hopkinton) He and his brother Joseph 3 owned land in the old cedar swamp in 1745. John's will may be seen in the Massachusetts Archives.
Children:
  • Lucy 8 b May 5 1723 ("Le Codey May 5 1723 d. John and Alles" Beverly VR "Alice" CR)
  • Susannah 9 bp Sep 4 1726 ("[Le] Codie" Beverly CR)
  • Abraham 10 b Mar 18 1729 ("1727/28" Hopkinton VR)
  • Hannah 11 b Mar 24 1730 (Hopkinton VR) dy
  • Mary 12 b Apr 11 1736 ("d. of John and Ales" Hopkinton VR) dy
  • John 13 b Apr 24 1739 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Hannah 14 b Mar 29 1745 ("Coady" Hopkinton VR "Cody" CR)
  • Mary 15 b Feb 27 1746-7 ("Coady" Hopkinton VR "Cody" CR)
Joseph 3
(P & M)

b Aug 12 1700 (Beverly VR) d Jan 1756 at Hopkinton (will probated Feb 5 1756) intpub Oct 20 1722 (Ipswich VR) m to Mary Martin, daughter of Abraham and Sarah Martin of Chebacco, a parish of Ipswich, b about 1700 d Nov 23 1782 ("wid. Joseph Sr." Hopkinton VR)
The second son of Philip and Martha grew up at the Beverly Homestead watching neighbor Benjamin Dike make barrels and helping with the chores. He may have met Mary at the town landing while unloading hay cut at his father's Ipswich saltmarsh, for her father's house was nearby. After their marriage, they lived between her parents' place and the new burying ground. Its likely that Joseph helped build the stone wall around the cemetery.
They sold the house and lot at Ipswich, in the deed for which he is recorded as "cooper." Four of their children were baptized there where the family made their home for about ten years. Soon after his parents moved to Hopkinton, Joseph rented a farm in that village, but did not remove from Ipswich to Hopkinton until later, probably shortly before his wife was admitted to the church at Hopkinton, Apr 29 1733.
Joseph inherited one third of his father's farm, and also property from his unmarried brother Thomas. At his mother's death his holdings were further increased. By his signature, it may be judged that he had a fair education, and from various records he seems to have held the respect of his neighbors and community. Mary his wife was born probably in Ipswich, daughter of Abraham and Sarah Martin, as suggested in the Cheacco Grantor Deed (Jan 16 1723/24 Essex Co. Reg. of Deeds). She died at Hopkinton Nov 23 1762.
    Children:
  • Joseph 16 bp Mar 26 1727 at Beverly ("b Mar 26 1727" Ipswich VR "bp Mar 26 1727" Chebacco Parish CR)
  • Mary 17 mentioned in her father's will, but no birth record found m Nathan Jeffords
  • Philip 18 bp Sep 3 1729 ("bp Apr 20 1729" Ipswich VR Chebacco Parish CR)
  • Jerusha 19 bp Sep 3 1732 (Ipswich VR Chebacco Parish CR)
  • Jerusha 20 bp Oct 27 1734 (Ipswich VR Chebacco Parish CR)
  • Jonathan 21 bp Dec 26 1736 (Ipswich VR Chebaccp Parish CR)
  • Isaac 22 bp June 3 1739 (Hopkinton VR CR)
Abraham 4
(P & M)

b Sep 21 1701 at Beverly d May 9 1714
Isaac 5
(P & M)

b Jan 17 1703/4 at Beverly d about 1737 at Hopkinton m Feb 8 1733 at Hopkinton, Hannah, daughter of Benjamin Carryl Sr. of Hopkinton. She was admitted to the church at Hopkinton, Aug. 7, 1737
His share in his father's estate was inherited by his son Joseph 24, Samuel 23 having died in youth. After the death of her husband, Hannah married 2nd, Samuel Warren.
    Children:
  • Samuel 23 b Mar 30 1734 at Hopkinton dy
  • Joseph 24 b May 2 1736 at Hopkinton d 1787
Thomas 6
(P & M)

b Jun 19 1707 at Beverly d 1747 unm
He joined the church at Hopkinton Jul 1 1733.
Mary 7
(P & M)

b May 2 1710 at Beverly d before 1739 unm
She joined the church at Hopkinton Apr 29 1732.
Lucy 8
(John 2, P & M)

b May 5 1723 ("Le Codey May 5 1723 d. John and Alles" Beverly VR "Alice" CR) bp June 4 1723 in First Church Beverly d unknown m Dec 21 1749 ("int. Lucee Coady" Hopkinton VR) m to John, son of James Nutt of Hopkinton, d Jan 7 1818
Her husband John was admitted to the church at Hopkinton Apr 5 1741, she joined Nov 29 1761.
    Children:
  • unnamed daughter 25 b Aug 2 1750 (Hopkinton VR) d same day
  • John Nutt 26 b Aug 25 1751 (Hopkinton VR Nut CR) d Nov 14 1759 (Hopkinton VR CR)
  • James Nutt 27 b Jun 21 1753 (Hopkinton VR Nut CR)
  • Abraham Nutt 28 b Sep 9 1755 (Hopkinton VR Nut CR) d Nov 1759 (Hopkinton VR CR)
  • William Nutt 29 b Nov 21 1757 (Hopkinton VR Nut CR) d Jul 1794 (Hopkinton VR CR) intpub Feb 18 1786 ("Mellen" Hopkinton VR) m1 Dec 28 1786 ("Lt. William" Hopkinton VR CR) to Abigail Millen, daughter of James Millen, b Oct 14 1762 m2 Polly Walker Feb 28 1792 (Hopkinton VR)
    William was a Captain of Militia.
  • Alice Nutt 30 b Apr 28 1760 (Hopkinton VR Nut CR) d Dec 6 1808 ("Ellis" Hopkinton VR CR)
  • Isaac Nutt 31 b Apr 6 1762 (Hopkinton VR Nut CR)
  • Susannah Nutt 32 b Dec 6 1766 (Hopkinton VR Nut CR)
Susannah 9
(John 2, P & M)

b 1726 at Beverly bp Sep 4 1726 ("[Le] Codie" Beverly CR) d Sep 22 1785 ("Coody 2d w. Phinehas age 64" Grafton VR) m1 Nov 30 1741 ("Goady" Upton VR) Thomas Palmer b 1713 bp Jun 28 1713 (Rowley VR CR) d 1760, son of Samuel and Mary (Felt) (peasesawyer.com/Granger/palmer.html) intpub2 Oct 23 1762 ("Susanna Parlmer of Upton" Grafton VR) m2 Nov 25 1762 Phineas Pratt of Grafton b 1715 d Feb 24 1793 ("1798 in 83rd year" Grafton VR GS)
Like Susannah, Phinehas had been married before, Aug 24 1749, to Susannah Wood ("of Mendon" Grafton VR) and he had children from this forst marriage, Phinehas (b Apr 22 1750 Grafton VR), Thomas (b 1754 Grafton VR CR), Susannah (bp May 9 1756 Grafton VR CR) Levi (bp Aug 15 1756 Grafton VR CR) and Peter (bp Jul 15 1759 Grafton VR CR). Susannah Wood died at 35.
    Children:
  • John Cody Pratt 33 b Aug 16 1763 ("Coady" Grafton VR "Goadly" CR)
  • Lucy Pratt 34 b Mar 10 1766 (Grafton VR)
  • Abigail Pratt 35 d Dec 12 1785 (seems a mistake, Susannah 9 d Sep 22 1785 Grafton VR)
  • Peter Pratt 36 d June 1 1799 (seems a mistake, Susannah 9 d Sep 22 1785 GRafton VR)
Abraham 10
(John 2, P & M)

b Mar 18 1727/28 (s. John and Allis, Hopkinton VR)
Hannah 11
(John 2, P & M)

b Mar 24 1730 (Hopkinton VR) dy
Mary 12
(John 2, P & M)

b Apr 11 1736 (Hopkinton VR) dy
John 13
(John 2, P & M)

b Apr 24 1739 (Hopkinton VR) d Oct 15 1828 (Hopkinton VR)
Hannah 14
(John 2, P & M)

b Mar 29 1745 ("Coady" Hopkinton VR "Cody" CR)
Mary 15
(John 2, P & M)

b Feb 27 1746/47 ("Coady" Hopkinton VR "Cody" CR) d unknown intpub Apr 9 1765 (Hopkinton VR) m at Hopkinton Jun 13 1765 (Hopkinton VR CR) to Solomon, son of Joseph and Elizabeth Goodell of Grafton, b Aug 11 1743 (Grafton VR) d Jun 18 1827 (Grafton VR CR)
Solomon's father, Joseph Goodell Jr., was born Jul 20 1711 (Salem VR),
son of Joseph Sr. b 1668
and Mary (Hutchinson) Goodale. Joseph Sr.'s parents Zacharia and Elizabeth (Beauchamp) had another son, John, born Aug 10 1681 (http://freepages.history.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~historyofmarlborough/genigoodale.htm), who married Elizabeth Witt Sep 8 1703 ("Eliz" Salem VR). Their daughter Elizabeth was born Aug 29 1715 ("Elezebeth" Marlboro VR) and married her first cousin, Joseph Goddell Jr. of Marlboro Sep 26 1733 (Sudbury VR "Elizebeth" MR). They had 11 children, Joseph (b Jun 18 1735), Elizebeth (b Dec 21 1736), Azenbah ("Azubah" in CR b Apr 22 1738), John (b Feb 9 [19 ?] 1740), Thankfull (b Sep 12 1741), Sarah (b Oct 28 1745), Solomon, Mary (b Jan 13 1747/8), Timothy (b Sep 24 1749), Nathan (b May 7 1751) and Hannah (b Mar 25 1753), all in the Grafton VR. The LDS adds one more, Deliverance (b Feb 25 1755).
As a Minuteman for Grafton in the Revolution, he marched to Cambridge Apr 19 1775 on the alarm at Lexington, serving 20 days at the Siege of Boston. He was called to the alarm at Bennington VT, countermanded at Hadley, Aug 21-26 1777 because Burgoyne's raiding party was defeated Aug 16.
    Children:
  • Moses Goodell 37 b Apr 19 1766 (Hopkinton VR)
Joseph 16
(Joseph 3, P & M)

b 1726 bp Mar 26 1727 at Beverly (b Mar 26 1727 Ipswich VR bp Mar 26 1727 Chebacco Parish CR) d Jan 26 1818 (Hopkinton VR CR) m Nov 13 1748 ("int. Coady Jr. Nov 3 1748" Hopkinton VR "Cody" CR) to Mary, daughter of Mark and Tabitha (Mellen) Whitney of Hopkinton, b Oct 4 1731 (Hopkinton VR "Whittney" CR) d at Hopkinton Dec 5 1816 ("Mrs. Mary d Dec 3" Hopkinton VR CR)
He resided at Hopkinton as a farmer, joined the church at Hopkinton Sep 11 1748 & was a soldier in Colonial army, at Fort George New York with troops in 1755. Captain in Colonel Jones' regiment in the French War. His will is dated Jan. 23, 1799 and proved June 25, 1818, he gives his wife one third of income, house and furniture; his son John, real estate and farm implements; daughter Elizabeth all household furnishings after her mother's death, the remainder of the personal property to be equally divided between daughters Mary, Sarah, Hannah, Tabitha, and Esther. Joseph was appointed constable in 1748, and moderator of the town meeting Nov. 1, 1761. He bought land in Hopkinton and Holliston, later bought land at Sheffield and more in Holliston. He was apparently prosperous.
    Children:
  • Mary 38 b Jul 26 1749 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Sarah 39 b Sep 3 1751 (Hopkinton VR) dy
  • Joseph 40 b Dec 25 1753 (Hopkinton VR [Jr.] CR) dy
  • Sarah 41 b Dec 7 1756 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Hannah 42 b Jan 11 1759 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Tabitha 43 b Aug 13 1763 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Ester 44 b Oct 15 1766 (Hopkinton VR) bp Oct 23 1768
  • Elisabeth 45 b Sep 7 1769 (Hopkinton VR "Elizabeth" CR)
  • John 46 b Dec 2 1774 (Hopkinton VR)
Mary 17
(Joseph 3, P & M)

b about 1728 intpub Nov 20 1749 ("Jeffards Coady" Hopkinton VR) m Feb 8 1750 (Hopkinton VR) to Nathan, son of John and Lidia Jeffords, b Mar 30 1727 (Hopkinton VR)
Nathan had brothers and sisters, Daniel (b 1722 Hopkinton VR), John (b 1724 Hopkinton VR), Moses (b 1729/30 Hopkinton VR CR), Lydia (b 1732 Hopkinton VR), Pricila (b 1735 Hopkinton VR "Pricilla" CR)
    Children:
  • Mary Jeffords 47 bp Nov 11 1750 (Hopkinton VR CR)
Philip 18
(Joseph 3, P & M)

b Ipswich bp Apr 20 1729 d 1808 at Partridgefield (Peru) m Nov 12 1754 (Uxbridge VR) to Abigail, daughter of James and Sarah (Locke) Emerson bp Sep 17 1732 (Uxbridge VR)
When a child, his parents moved from Ipswich to Hopkinton, where by his father's will he inherited a home in which he had evidently been living, and in which he continued to live until after the birth of his third child, when they removed to Uxbridge, to be nearer his wife's parents, descendants of Thomas Emerson, an early pioneer to Massachusetts.
After many years of residence in this vicinity, Philip sold his farm known by the deed of sale 1784 to have been in the town of Charlton and by the 1790 census was living in Partridgefield, now known as Peru.
Three of the sons of Philip and Abigail served in the Revolutionary War, David gave his life.
    Children:
  • John 48 b Aug 17 1755
  • Joseph 49 b Dec 10 1757
  • Abigail 50 bp Jan 27 1760 (Hopkinton VR)
  • James 51 bp June 19 1763 (Uxbridge VR)
  • Jerusha 52 bp July 27 1766 (Dudley VR CR)
  • David 53 b May 28 1766 (Dudley VR)
    David enlisted in the Revolution at Charlton 1781, aged 15. He died in service to his country.
  • Mary (Molly) 54 bp Aug 14 1768 (Dudley VR CR)
  • Philip 55 bp Sep 30 1770 (Oxford VR CR)
  • Isaac 56 bp Mar 2 1773 ("bp Mar 21 1773" Oxford VR CR)
  • Martha 57 bp Mar 12 1775 (Oxford VR CR)
  • William 58 bp Mar 29 1778 (Oxford VR CR)
Jerusha 19
(Joseph 3, P & M)

bp Sep 3 1732 (Ipswich VR Chebacco Parish CR)
Jerusha 20
(Joseph 3, P & M)

b 1733 bp Oct 27 1734 (Ipswich VR Chebacco CR) m Aug 2 1753 (Hopkinton VR) to John Dearth of Sherbourne, son of John and Waitstill (Vose) Dearth of Milton whose name was originally DeArth. He was a farmer, born about 1731.
Residence at Hopkinton and Templeton, on Jan 10 1763 John Dearth sold to Joseph Cody 320 acres.
    Children, first six born at Hopkinton, later four at Templeton:
  • Hannah Dearth 59 b Aug 15 1754 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Jerusha Dearth 60 bp Mar 21 1756 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Jerusha Dearth 61 b Aug 30 1757 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Mary Dearth 62 b June 8 1760 (Hopkinton VR)
  • John Dearth 63 b Oct 20 1762 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Martha Dearth 64 b Dec 19 1764 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Oliver Dearth 65 b Oct 5 1767
  • Asa Dearth 66 b Sep 5 1769
  • John Dearth 67 b July 27 1771 at Templeton d Oct 1861 Stewartstown Coos Co. NH
    (http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=haruspex&id=I099199)
  • Joseph Dearth 68 b May 4 1773
Jonathan 21
(Joseph 3, P & M)

b 1735 bp Dec 26 1736 (Ipswich VR Chebacco Parish CR) d Sep 26 1807 ("of lung fever" Hopkinton VR, CR) intpub Apr 28 1760 ("Cody, Twiswell") m Jan 22 1760 (Hopkinton VR CR) to Sarah, daughter of Ebenezer Frizell of Ipswich, b Jun 8 1735 d Feb 25 1816
Jonathan came into possession of some property in Framingham at the decease of his wife's father. He also received from his father's estate a share in a farm in Hopkinton. In Mar 1783, owing to his ill health, his wife Sarah petitioned the Court to have David Cutler appointed conservator of his estate. The petition was granted Mar 12 1783, but owing to his quick recovery the conservator was discharged Jul 9 1784.
    Children:
  • Elizabeth 69 b Jul 2 1760 ("Elezebeth" Hopkinton VR) bp Apr 17 1763 (Hopkinton VR CR) intpub Dec 23 1780 Hopkinton VR) m Mar 1 1781 (Hopkinton VR) to Thomas Fiske ("Fisk of Partrigfield" Hopkinton VR)
    They lived at Bellingham.
  • Anna 70 b May 7 1763 (Hopkinton VR) d Apr 5 1837 unm
    She lived all of her life at Hopkinton.
  • Jerusha 71 b Apr 8 1765 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Martha (Patty) 72 bp Oct 16 1768 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Jonathan 73 b 1769
  • Samuel 74 b Sep 23 1775 (Hopkinton VR) unm
    He went west and was accidentally killed.
  • Rhoda 75 b about 1778
  • Sarah 76 b Mar 28 1784
Isaac 22
(Joseph 3, P & M)

Isaac and Martha joined the First Congregational church at Hopkinton Nov 8 1761 and on that day had their eldest two children baptized. Isaac served in Captain Moulton's company of Minutemen in the Revolution of 1775, and in 1776 he and his son Samuel both enlisted to serve with General Gates in his campaign against Burgoyne, in New York State. In 1799, when 60 years of age, Isaac and his family moved to Vernon NY, then a part of the Oneida Indian Reservation. Here he bought property, and here he and his wife lived out the remainder of their lives.
    Children:
  • William 77 b Sep 10 1758 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Samuel 78 b May 13 1760 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Susannah 79 b Jun 29 1762 (Hopkinton VR "Suze" CR)
  • Lois 80 b Oct 18 1764 (Hopkinton VR)
  • John 81 b Jan 22 1769 ("1768 8 written above in pencil" Hopkinton VR) bp Jan 24 1768 (Hopkinton VR CR)
Samuel 23
(Isaac 5, P & M)

b Mar 30 1734 (Hopkinton VR) dy
Joseph 24
(Isaac 5, P & M)

b May 2 1736 (Hopkinton VR) d 1787 intpub Dec 17 1757 (Upton VR) to Mary, daughter of Elias and Thankful Parmenter of Hopkinton, b Apr 18 1737 ("Parminter" Hopkinton VR)
His father Isaac 5's death in 1737 preceded that of his grandfather Philip 1 and it was at the latter's home where Joseph was living, following his father's decease and the marriage of his mother, Hannah (Carryl Cody) to Samuel Warren in 1738. His grandmother Martha 1 died before he reached his majority and he chose his uncle George Carryl as his guardian. Upon attaining majority he came into possession of the full measure of his father's share (33 acres) of his grandfather Philip 1's estate, his only brother Samuel 23 having died in early youth.
Joseph served in the French and Indian War, being at Crown Point in 1753 and at Fort George 1755. He served also in the Revolutionary War as sergeant in Capt. Gershom Nelson's company which marched on the alarm of Apr 19 1775 to Cambridge and Roxbury. Also as lieutenant in Capt. Samuel Warren's company, Colonel Joseph Reed's 20th Reg., list of officers dated Roxbury May 18 1775. (vol 3, p. 706 "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in Revolutionary War").
Farmer, carpenter, merchant. He lived at adjacent towns, Upton, Milford and Mendon, Upton and Milford having been "set off" from Mendon. He was the first constable of Milford, and called "lieutenant" in the records of that town.
Mary was one of 8 children and of great assistance to her husband in their modest beginning, they later becoming the highest taxpayers in Milford. Apparently they lived near the southern bank of North Pond a few miles south of Philip 1's Hopkinton farm. She managed their country store and often rode to Boston on her horse, exchanging farm produce for merchandise while Joseph attended to the business of the farm. It is said that most of their holdings were lost through Joseph's generousity to relatives and friends, thusly hastening his death at 51. But its true that business was bad for everybody after the war, when paper money "wasn't worth a Continental" and nobody could pay their bills.
Attracted by the westward migration, and with a view to the greater opportunities for her children, Mary Cody, a woman of indomitable courage and great personal charm, in 1794, set out with her family, for the wilderness of central New York State where she purchased 640 acres of the military tract in Onondaga County, at what is now Clintonville. She married for her second husband, Jared Smith of Berkshire Co. MA, who died suddenly. Then she went to live at the home of her son Elijah where she died Mar 1817. It is said that she kept her own saddle horse to the last, and on her 80th birthday wove ten yards of cloth on her hand loom. Various references to Mrs. Cody are found in the "Centenial History of the Town of Marcellus, N. Y."
    Children:
  • Mary 82 b Jan 23 1760 (Mendon VR)
  • Martha (Patty) 83 b Sep 7 1761 (Mendon VR)
  • Sarah 84 b July 7 1763 (Mendon VR)
  • Anna 85 b May 12 1765 (Mendon VR)
  • Hannah 86 b Apr 13 1767 d infancy (Mendon VR)
  • Joseph 87 b Mar 23 1769 (Mendon VR)
  • Hannah 88 b Apr 1 1771 (Mendon VR)
  • Elijah 89 b Dec 27 1775
  • Daniel 90 b Dec 25 1777
  • John 91 b Jan 10 1779
  • Rhoda 92 b May 11 1784
unnamed daughter 25
(Lucy 8, John 2, P & M)

b Aug 2 1750 at Hopkinton d same day
John Nutt 26
(Lucy 8, John 2, P & M)

b Aug 25 1751 (Hopkinton VR "Nut" CR) d Nov 14 1759
James Nutt 27
(Lucy 8, John 2, P & M)

b Jun 21 1753 (Hopkinton VR "Nut" CR)
Abraham Nutt 28
(Lucy 8, John 2, P & M)

b Sep 9 1755 (Hopkinton VR "Nut" CR) d Nov 1759
William Nutt 29
(Lucy 8, John 2, P & M)

b Nov 21 1757 (Hopkinton VR "Nut" CR) d Jul 1794 m Abigail, daughter of James Millen b Oct 14 1762
Alice Nutt 30
(Lucy 8, John 2, P & M)

b Apr 28 1760 (Hopkinton VR "Nut" CR)
Isaac Nutt 31
(Lucy 8, John 2, P & M)

b Apr 6 1762 (Hopkinton VR "Nut" CR)
Susannah Nutt 32
(Lucy 8, John 2, P & M)

b Dec 6 1766 (Hopkinton VR "Nut" CR)
John Cody Pratt 33
(Susannah 9, John 2, P & M)

b Aug 16 1763 ("Coady" Grafton VR "Goadly" CR) m Jun 27 1786 (Grafton VR) Anna, daughter of Ebenezer Wheeler, b Aug 30 1767
    Children:
  • John Cody Pratt b Apr 8 1787 ("Coody" Grafton VR)
  • Luke Morgan Pratt b Oct 1 1788 ("Coody" Grafton VR)
  • Anne Pratt b Sep 6 1790 ("Coody" Grafton VR)
  • Levi Grotius Pratt b Sep 30 1793 ("Coody" Grafton VR)
  • James Pratt b Jan 3 1795 ("Coody" Grafton VR)
  • Lucy Pratt b Oct 27 1797 ("Coody" Grafton VR) d Oct 21 1802 (Grafton VR GS)
  • Phinehas Pratt b May 19 1799 (Grafton VR) d Oct 3 1802 ("s. of John Coody and Anne" Grafton VR GS)
Lucy Pratt 34
(Susannah 9, John 2, P & M)

b Mar 10 1766 m May 14 1786 (Grafton VR) to James H. Miller
Abigail Pratt 35
(Susannah 9, John 2, P & M)

d Dec 12 1785 (from "The Cody Family Massachusetts 1698", not found in Grafton VR, note: Susannah 9 d Sep 22 1785 Grafton VR)
Peter Pratt 36
(Susannah 9, John 2, P & M)

d June 1 1799 (from "The Cody Family Massachusetts 1698", not found in Grafton VR, note: Susannah 9 d Sep 22 1785 Grafton VR)
Moses Goodell 37
(Mary 15, John 2, P & M)

b Apr 19 1766 (Hopkinton VR)
Mary 38
(Joseph 16, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Jul 26 1749 (Hopkinton VR) d Jan 6 1847 ("wife of Edward... ae 97 yrs 5 mos" Fairview Cemetery, Naples NY GS) intpub Mar 20 1767 ("Cibbe of Midway" Hopkinton VR "Kibbey Goudey" Medway VR) m Aug 13 1767 by Rev. Samuel Barrett (Hopkinton VR "Kebbe" Medway VR) to Edward, son of Edward and Abiah (Myer) Kibbe of Medway, b Nov 7 1750 at Medway ("Kibby Oct 27 1751 s. of Edward and Abiah" Medway VR) ("Kebbey s. Edward bp Dec 9 1750" Holliston VR CR) d Jan 3 1827 ("ae 77" Fairview Cemetery GS)
Medway abutts Holliston and these towns settled their bounds Mar 3 1829, annexing parts of each to each other. Perhaps that might explain the different entries of Edward's birth. Rev. Leland of Holliston moved to Partridgefield from Holliston and suggested the name "Peru" for the town.
Edward served 7 years in the Revolutionary War, first as a Private and mustered out at the end of the war as a Captain. For many years he was a Justice and Supervisor, and a Deacon in the Presbyterian Church at Naples NY.
    Children:
  • Joseph Kibbe 93 b Nov 18 1770 m1 Lydia Meade m2 April 5 1821 Mehitabel Parker
  • Abiah Kibbe 94 b Jan 30 1773 ("at Partridgefield" http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/o/g/Richard-Logan-2/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0720.html) d Feb 12 1814 ("at Naples NY" http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/o/g/Richard-Logan-2/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0720.html) m 1792 to Joseph Delap ("at Naples NY" http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/o/g/Richard-Logan-2/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0720.html)
  • John Kibbe 95 b Aug 3 1775 d Aug 17 1847 ("d Aug 17 1847 ae 73 yrs 14 days" Fairview Cemetery GS)
  • Mary Cody Kibbe 96 b Oct 9 1778 d at Hopkinton Aug 1869 m Alexander Heyward b 1780 d Apr 17 1842, they had 8 children
  • Lucina Kibbe 97 b Feb 24 1781 m1 William Dunton m2? Levi Watkins Apr 29 1809
  • James Kibbe 98 b May 19 1783
  • Sally Kibbe 99 b Sep 9 1785 d May 25 1884 m1 Charles Wilcox m2 Charles Anable
  • Elizabeth Kibbe 100 b Nov 5 1789 d infancy
  • Elizabeth (Betsey) Kibbe 101 b Nov 22 1790 m Loring Pottle (Potter)
Sarah 39
(Joseph 16, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Sep 3 1751 (Hopkinton VR) dy
Joseph 40
(Joseph 16, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Dec 25 1753 (Hopkinton VR) dy
Sarah 41
(Joseph 16, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Dec 7 1756 (Hopkinton VR) d in fall 1829 intpub Feb 8 1781 (Hopkinton VR) m1 May 17 1781 to William Faning ("Fanning" Hopkinton CR) d 1787 m2 James Lewis.
After William died she moved from Partridgefield to Ontario County NY where she met James Lewis.
    Children:
  • William Fanning 102 b 1784 (bp Oct 5 1794 Hopkinton VR CR) d Jul 14 1864 m1 Oct 10 1810 Lydia Gilbert m2 Feb 12 1824 Catherine Collins
  • Sarah Fanning 103 m Oct 20 1810 to Stephen Post
  • James Fanning 104 Was accidentally killed at a barn raising, left his widow with a large family
  • Asenath Lewis 105 m James Stanton
Hannah 42
(Joseph 16, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Jan 11 1759 (Hopkinton VR) at Hopkinton m Jacob Benton
    Children, all born at Peru:
  • Eber Benton 106 b Feb 10 1785 (Peru VR)
  • Sally Benton 107 b Apr 26 1790 (Peru VR) m Jan 17 1816 to William Lyman (Peru VR)
  • James Benton 108 b Dec 30 1792 (Peru VR) m Jun 4 1818 to Nancy Lyman (Peru VR)
    • James Dwight 108/1 b Aug 25 1820 (Peru VR)
    • John Nelson 108/2 b Feb 28 1822 (Peru VR)
    • Maryette 108/3 b Jun 24 1824 (Peru VR)
    • Sabrina 108/4 b Oct 7 1826 (Peru VR)
    • Henry 108/5 b Nov 9 1828 (Peru VR)
  • John Benton 109 b Oct 4 1794 (Peru VR) intpub Mar 16 1822 Climena Porter (Peru VR)
    • Mariah Hoit Benton 109/1 b May 24 1823 (Peru VR)
    • Climena Porter Benton 109/2 b Sep 21 1824 (Peru VR)
    • John Fordyce Benton 109/3 b Mar 15 1826 (Peru VR)
  • Polly Benton 110 b Sep 14 1796 (Peru VR)
  • Joseph Benton 111 b Sep 30 1799 (Peru VR)
Tabitha 43
(Joseph 16, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Aug 13 1763 (Hopkinton VR) d 1805 m Jan 28 1788 ("Tabatha" Hopkinton VR CR) to Jonathan Bullock by Rev. E. Fitch
    Children:
  • 43A
  • Bebe Bullock 43B
  • 43C
  • Permelia Bullock 43D b Sep 14 1798 d Mar 1874 Chautauqua Co. NY m Sep 16 1793 Barnabas, son of Barnabas who was son of Barnabas Wellman of Killingworth CT (http://fultonlockefamily.org), d Sep 28 1865
    • Henry Wellman 43D/1 m Alvira Pierce
    • Malinda Wellman 43D/2
    • Alfred Wellman 43D/3 m Theodia Covey
    • Matilda Wellman 43D/4
    • Barnabas Wellman 43D/5 m Harriet Phelps
    • Delila Wellman 43D/6 b Apr 19 1828 Ashville NY d Nov 25 1902 m1 Isreal Millard m2 Seymore Millard b Oct 9 1830 Cattaraugus Co. NY d Mar 31 1904
      They are buried in Titusville PA.
  • (Nichols and Harkrider, Philip and Martha their Sons and Daughters)
Ester 44
(Joseph 16, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Oct 15 1766 (Hopkinton VR) bp Oct 23 1768 (Hopkinton VR CR) m May 1785 at Partridgefield to Michael Keith b about 1766 at Medway
    Children:
  • Ester Keith 44A b Aug 27 1790 at Partridgefield d Jan 4 1856 at Loenides MI m Jun 5 1809 Naples NY to Daniel W. Adams b Sep 26 1786 NY d Jun 17 1849 in MI
  • Micheal Keith 44B b Aug 1792 at Partridgefield d Jul 8 1874 at Paw Paw Grove IL m1 to Clarissa m2 Oct 23 1848 at Burr Oak MI to Polly "Phoebe" Jones
  • John Cody Keith 44C b about 1800 NY m Alma Powers of NY
    In 1850 they lived in Leonides MI and in 1860, Ellington Township MN
  • Joseph Malcolm Keith 44D b Oct 17 1802 at Naples m1 Apr 27 1826 to Pheobe Maria Smith b Feb 24 1808 d Aug 27 1849 m2 Nov 7 1850 Emily Caroline Reynolds d Mar 1 1854 at Leonides MI
(Cody Deese and Cooper, Philip and Martha their Sons and Daughters)
Elizabeth 45
(Joseph 16, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Sep 7 1769 (Hopkinton VR) d Apr 18 1802 (Hopkinton VR) m May 29 1793 ("Howard" Hopkinton VR CR) to Jason, son of Ezekiel Hayward, b 1768 d Jan 24 1826 (of consumption, Hopkinton VR)
Jason was a carpenter and Captain of Militia.
    Children:
  • Joel Hayward 112 b Mar 1 1794 d Feb 26 1796 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Arnold Hayward 113 b Jan 6 1797 (Hopkinton VR) m Abigail Wales of Milford (Hopkinton VR)
  • Samuel Hayward 114 b Nov 1 1798 m Sally Danforth (Hopkinton VR)
  • infant (not numbered) d Feb 4 1801 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Eliza Hayward 115 b April 18 1802 m Nelson Smith (Hopkinton VR)
John 46
(Joseph 16, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Dec 2 1774 (Hopkinton VR) d Oct 11 1821 at Gorham NY, will proved Oct 29 1821 at Canandaigua NY m May 24 1796 ("Nabby" Hopkinton VR CR) to Abigail, thought to be daughter of Jacob and Lydia (Mellen) Chamberlain of Hopkinton, b Oct 29 1767 at Hopkinton (bp May 17 1767 Hopkinton VR CR) d Sep 16 1826 at Newfane NY
As farmers living at Hopkinton, John and wife Abigail joined the church in Hopkinton Nov 8 1812, dismissed June 8 1814 when they emigrated to Gorham NY.
    Children:
  • Cynthia 116 b Mar 28 1797 d Aug 1 1798 ("Synthia" Hopkinton VR CR)
  • Lydia 117 b Sep 21 1798 bp Apr 25 1813 (Hopkinton VR CR)
  • Joseph 118 b Mar 16 1800 bp Apr 25 1813 (Hopkinton VR CR) d May 28 1821 unm
  • James Chamberlain 119 b Mar 3 1802 bp Apr 25 1813 (Hopkinton VR CR)
  • William 120 b June 4 1809 bp Apr 25 1813 (Hopkinton VR CR)
  • Mary Whitney 121 b June 7 1812 (Hopkinton VR) d at Benton NY Aug 20 1874
Mary Jeffords 47
(Mary 17, Joseph 3, P & M)

bp Nov 11 1750 at Hopkinton
John 48
(Philip 18, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Aug 17 1755 ("Coady", Hopkinton VR) d Oct 15 1828 (Hopkinton VR) at Westboro intpub Sep 1782 (Hopkinton VR) m Apr 17 1783 ("Molley" Hopkinton VR CR) to Mary, daughter of John Chamberlain, b Nov 18 1756 d Aug 10 1847
The family moved from Hopkinton to the Uxbridge-Dudley area where John grew to manhood. In the marriage record he is called "of Union CT", but if he ever lived there at all it was not for long. In 1811, at 56, he sold his farm and returned to Hopkinton where he bought the 117 acre farm, situated on both the Sudbury River and Indian Brook, formerly owned by his grandfather, Joseph 3, from Joseph Richards. In 1814 John Cody was transferred from the church at Dudley to the Presbyterian church at Hopkinton, but owing to some controversy regarding baptism, he was excommunicated Feb 9 1817 and went on to the Baptist church where his wife was a member. In 1818 he sold his 117 acre farm to Albert Ellis. He died Oct 15 1828 at Westboro and his wife Mary executed his will.
    Children:
  • Nathan 122 b Aug 23 1784 ("in Union CT" Dudley VR) intpub Oct 8 1810 (Dudley VR) to Rhody Wakefield of Oxford
  • Nancy 123 b Oct 6 1786 m Nov 27 1806 (Dudley VR) to Joseph Jr., son of Joseph Richerds of Hopkinton
  • Sarah 124 b Dec 12 1788 ("Salley in Thompson CT" Dudley VR) d May 1862 intpub Oct 27 1812 m Jan 5 1813 (Hopkinton VR) to Abijah Hill of Athol d Sep 7 1838
    She and her husband joined church at Hopkinton Apr 5 1812, later resided at Athol.
  • Jerusha 125 b May 17 1791 (Dudley VR) m Sep 17 1811 (Dudley VR) to Samuel How
  • Isaac 126 b May 10 1793 at Dudley ("May 10 1799" Dudley VR) d at Dudley Sep 30 1796 ("Sep 30 1802" Dudley VR)
  • Mary (Polly) 127 b Sep 27 1795 (Dudley VR) d at Hopkinton Sep 9 1836
Joseph 49
(Philip 18, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Dec 10 1757 ("Coady", Hopkinton VR) d 1810 at Newmarket ON m 1785 NY State to Sarah Payne b Mar 12 (year unknown) d Mar 12 1842 at Newmarket
His family moved to Dudley about 1765, but he stayed only a short time and returned to Hopkinton where he resided in 1773. As a youth (8-16), he learned blacksmithing and carpentry and later tried farming.
At 18, Minuteman Joseph Cody marched with Col Learned's Reg from Dudley to Cambridge Apr 20 1775 where he joined the Continental Army in Roxbury for 8 months, serving at the siege of Boston and in Peekskill NY. Early in 1777 he re-enlisted as a Corporal (History of the Town of Oxford Mass.) for three years or the duration and was stationed in NY through 1783. Likely he met Sarah during the war and married her when peace came, for their first child was born in 1786.
While in his early 30s, the family left Hopkinton about 1792, perhaps to visit his father and other relatives in Partridgefield, near the NY border. They emigrated to Manlius NY in 1798 and coming to Marcellus NY, he had a carpentry business (old letters refer to his account book there). The family of Joseph 24, had settled in Marcellus at Clintonville in 1794 along with Martha Patty 83, husband Elijah Bowen and their family who lived nearby.
Joseph and Sarah immigrated to Upper Canada in 1799 with their 5 children, settling in the wilderness 28 miles north of Little York (now Toronto) near what became known as Newmarket. Brother James 51 was also there and they were joined by brother Philip 55 and his family. Joseph and Sarah are buried in the old Quaker Cemetery near Newmarket.
    Children:
  • Milla 128 b 1786
  • Joseph 129 b 1788 d 1813 m 1812 Betsey McLeod d 5 weeks after marriage
  • Stephen 130 b May 25 1793
  • Aaron 131 b Aug 10 1795
  • Achsah 132 b Jan 8 1799
  • John Jay 133 b 1806
  • Sarah 134 d infancy
Abigail 50
(Philip 18, Joseph 3, P & M)

bp Jan 27 1760 (Hopkinton VR) m Samuel Sprague
Samuel served 7 years in the Revolutionary War, they moved west to Pittsfield.
    Children:
  • Abigail Sprague 135 b Feb 26 1795 m1 Barney Lawrence m2 Michael Rittenburg
  • Mary (Polly) Sprague 136 m William Wheeler
  • Samuel Sprague 137 settled in MO about 1830
James 51
(Philip 18, Joseph 3, P & M)

bp June 19 1763 (Uxbridge VR) He and brother Joseph 49 immigrated to Upper Canada around 1799
Jerusha 52
(Philip 18, Joseph 3, P & M)

bp July 27 1766 (Dudley VR CR) m Feb 14 1787 (Dudley VR) to Ephraim Bates of Thompson CT
David 53
(Philip 18, Joseph 3, P & M)

b May 28 1766 (Dudley VR) David Cody enlisted in the Revolution at Charlton, 1781 aged 15. Died in service.
Mary (Molly) 54
(Philip 18, Joseph 3, P & M)

bp Aug 14 1768 at Dudley m1 James Whitney m2 Root
Philip 55
(Philip 18, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Jul 1 1770 (Oxford CR) bp Sep 30 1770 (Oxford CR) d Jan 2 1850 Cleveland m about 1796 in NY to Lydia Martin, daughter of Robert and Betsey (Lewis) Martin, d 1847
Philip's family sold their Charlton farm in 1784 and moved west to Partridgefield (Census of 1790) where some relatives already lived.
Both Joseph 24's widow, Mary and Martha Patty 83 with their families moved west in 1794 to NY for new land and maybe Philip 55 tagged along with them, but in NY he met and married Lydia Martin of CT who was there visiting her Pratt relatives.
Philip and Lydia moved to King township in Upper Canada, near the farm of his brother Joseph 49, within 10 miles of York (Toronto). Within two years he sold this farm and moved into a district known as Toronto Turnpike and there along the highway leading southwest, he purchased considerable land and built a tavern for the accommodation of pioneers. He later leased it, turning to surveying and real estate.
His interest in developing this district is evidenced by numerous mentions of his name in the public archives of Ontario noting his services on Jury Duty and as Constable. That he had a special civic interest is proven by a deed dated 1810 by which he gives land "in perpetuity" for the "suitable use of building and erecting a free church of the Protestant religion, a school and other public use as needful." There they built the Dixie Union church, first of logs, then as a small stone church, still standing. A bronze plaque commerates him.
In the early 1820s, Philip and his wife moved to Cleveland and established a home in what is now the center of town and accumulated a fortune in real estate. Philip's life extended over 80 years, some 20 of which were spent in Cleveland. He and Lydia are William F. (Buffalo Bill) 145/4's grandparents and both lie with Lindus 148/2 and Amelia in Lake View Cemetery.
    Children:
  • Elizabeth 138 b Jan 5 1798
  • Alice 139 b June 20 1800
  • Sophia 140 b Sep 10 1801
  • Elias 141 b Aug 12 1804 d 1854 in Canada unm
  • Nancy 142 b Mar 9 1806
  • Elijah 143 b Nov 7 1807
  • Martha 144 b Dec 17 1809
  • Isaac 145 b Sep 15 1811
  • Joseph 146 b Jan 12 1813
  • Lydia 147 b Jun 27 1814
  • Philip 148 b Nov 10 1816
Isaac 56
(Philip 18, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Mch 2 1773 at Oxford bp Mar 2 1773 at Oxford d Oct 30 1848 at Waukegan m1 July 29 1809 to Phoebe Cole b May 21 1786 d May 8 1810 bur First Presbyterian church-yard at Schenectady m2 at Middlefield, Mass., Nov. 10, 1811, Sally, daughter of Joab and Cynthia Robbins, b Aug 27 1788 at Middlefield d Nov 6 1814 m3 Feb 4 1815 Robert Perno Watson b about 1773 at Edinburgh Scotland d June 3 1850 at Waukegan
He left home early in life, locating at Schenectady NY where he was a tutor, preparing young men for Union College, living next door to Dr. Eliphalet Nott, President of the college. This home he purchased in 1812 and sold it in 1824. He was in the flour milling business with Stephen Alexander. He published "Life of Christ" by Farrar, later going to Albany N Y to trade in dry goods. Isaac lost much of this wealth through faulty investments.
In 1818 he moved to Cicero N Y and built the first frame house in that area. There he was in the potash business and real estate. He was postmaster at Cicero in 1820, tavern-keeper and farmer. In 1836 he sold his interests and moved to Cleveland where his brother Philip 55 lived, and then after several years, on to Waukegan.
Isaac's third wife was named for Robert Perno, an old friend of the family. She used the name "Perno" (History of Onondaga Co. NY) By 1818 Cicero Corners had grown enough to warrant Perno opening a store. When the post office was established in 1820, Isaac was appointed postmaster. At this time, mail was carried once a week on horseback. Mrs. Cody visited New York City once a year to buy goods which were brought by schooner to Albany and then on to Cicero by wagon. On these trips she wore the fashionable bombazine dress and wore a moneybelt. Her store was in the building which was also a tavern kept by her husband. From this time on the place was called Cody's Corners. Mrs. Cody was the first 'new' woman in Onondaga County and was the first woman to engage in mercantile business.
    Children of 1st m1:
  • George Milton 149 b Apr 26 1810 at Cicero NY d 1829 at Cicero
    Children of m2:
  • Stephen Alexander 150 b Aug 28 1812 m at Cleveland 1841 Louisa (surname unknown)
  • Caroline 151 b. Oct. 4, 1814, d. few days later.
  • Adeline 152 b. Oct. 4, 1814, d. few days later.
    Children of m3:
  • Nelson Towers Cody 153 b Sep 12 1820
Martha 57
(Philip 18, Joseph 3, P & M)

bp Mar 12 1775 at Oxford m George Watkins
William 58
(Philip 18, Joseph 3, P & M)

bp Mar 29 1778 at Oxford
Hannah Dearth 59
(Jerusha 20, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Aug 15 1754 at Hopkinton
Jerusha Dearth 60
(Jerusha 20, Joseph 3, P & M)

bp Mar 21 1756 at Hopkinton
Jerusha Dearth 61
(Jerusha 20, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Aug 30 1757 at Hopkinton
Mary Dearth 62
(Jerusha 20, Joseph 3, P & M)

b June 8 1760 at Hopkinton
John Dearth 63
(Jerusha 20, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Oct 20 1762 at Hopkinton
Martha Dearth 64
(Jerusha 20, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Dec 19 1764 at Hopkinton
Oliver Dearth 65
(Jerusha 20, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Oct 5 1767 at Templeton
Asa Dearth 66
(Jerusha 20, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Sep 5 1769 at Templeton
John Dearth 67
(Jerusha 20, Joseph 3, P & M)

b July 27 1771 at Templeton
Joseph Dearth 68
(Jerusha 20, Joseph 3, P & M)

b May 4 1773 at Templeton
Elizabeth 69
(Jonathan 21, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Jul 2 1760 bp Apr 17 1763 (Hopkinton VR) intpub Dec 23 1780 (Hopkinton VR) m Mar 1 1781 at Hopkinton to Thomas Fiske and lived at Bellingham
Anna 70
(Jonathan 21, Joseph 3, P & M)

b May 7 1763 d Apr 5 1837 unm She lived all of her life at Hopkinton
Jerusha 71
(Jonathan 21, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Apr 8 1765 (Hopkinton VR) bp Nov 9 1766 (Hopkinton VR CR)
Martha (Patty) 72
(Jonathan 21, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Union Co. CT bp Oct 16 1768 (Hopkinton VR & CR) d 1861 at Peru intpub Aug 13 1798 (Peru VR) m Sep 26 1798 to Samuel Jr., son of Samuel and Sussanna (Travis) of Natick m Sep 11 1766 at Natick (Hopkinton VR) Watkins, Hinsdale
When Patty was 5, her parents moved from Union, CT, to Hopkinton by oxcart over a trail of blazed trees. Taught to read by her father when it was thought unnecessary, but rather harmful for a woman to know too much about books, she read and comprehended much that was unknown to the majority of women. Quick of wit, of good judgment and independent thought, Grandmother Patty's sayings were wise beyond her times.
Samuel's parents lived in Hinsdale, set off from Partridgefield in 1804 (Peru VR), but he and Patty settled near the center of Partridgefield. Here their children were born. Samuel Watkins died in 1855 at the age of 89. Patty died six years later, in 1861, aged 93. They were members of the Congregational Church, both are buried in Peru Hill Cemetery. Their youngest child, Samuel 161 (from descendants of Samuel 161). Hinsdale was set off in 1804 and Partridgefield was renamed Peru in 1806, at the suggestion of Rev. Leland.
    Children:
  • Dolly Watkins 154 b Aug 10 1799 (Peru VR) d Mar 12 1877 unm
  • Cynthia Watkins 155 b Aug 27 1800 (Peru VR) d at Peru Apr 12 1811
  • Isaac Watkins 156 b Mar 3 1802 (Peru VR) m Nov 30 1826 to Eliza McMillan
  • Zenas Watkins 157 b Oct 26 1803 at (Peru VR) d Jan 1 1875 m at Peru Nov 9 1831 Cleopatra Frizell
  • Clarissa Watkins 158 b Apr 6 1805 (Claricy, Peru VR) d Dec 4 1854 intpub Mar 9 1828 (Hinsdale VR) m Mar 25 1828 (Peru VR) to Thomas F. Barker
      Children:
    • Asahel Dewey Barker 158/1 b Oct 10 1830 (Peru VR) d Oct 24 1830 (Peru VR)
    • Martha 158/2 b Dec 29 1833
    • Mary 158/3 b Dec 29 1833
  • Julia Watkins 159 b Aug 15 1806 (Peru VR) d Aug 1 1881 unm
  • Martin Watkins 160 b Dec 6 1808 (Peru VR) d at Peru Jan 22 1888
  • Samuel Travers Watkins 161 b Feb 25 1812 (Peru VR) d at Peru Jun 5 1887 m Oct 30 1842 at Columbia CT to Cordelia Fuller d 1897
Jonathan 73
(Jonathan 21, Joseph 3, P & M)

b 1769 d Nov 14 1834 (hung himself Hopkinton VR & CR) intpub Aug 15 1813 at Hopkinton to Jane Samden ("Senee Saunders" Hopkinton VR) b 1763 d Apr 5 1837 ("Mrs ___ Gody Apr 5 1837 aged 74" Hopkinton VR CR)
Samuel 74
(Jonathan 21, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Sep 23 1775 intpub Apr 3 1799 (as Samuel & Nancy Flagg, but "forbidden by the woman" CR?) unm He went west and was accidentally killed. Perhaps he was one of the 3 Cody boys in Monroe Co. NY.
Rhoda 75
(Jonathan 21, Joseph 3, P & M)

b abt 1778 at Hopkinton d Oct 1 1845 of comsumption (Hopkinton VR) intpub Dec 28 1799 m Feb 23 1800 (Hopkinton VR) to Rufus, son of Israel Jr. (d Mar 26 1823 Hopkinton CR) and Deborah (Tounsend, b Nov 3 1748, int pub Jan 18 1770, m Dec 13, w of Isreal, d Sep 30 1832, Hopkinton CR) Walker, b May 16 1776 (Hopkinton VR)
It's possible that Rhoda was raised on Philip 1's farm, Jonathan inherited land from his father and the Walker family owned adjoining property.
    Children:
  • Dexter Walker 162 b intpub Nov 25 1821 Ruby of Milford (Hopkinton VR)
      Children:
    • unnamed child 162/1 d Jan 31 1824 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Alanson Walker 163 m Dinah Shipley d Dec 1 1828 age 24 (Hopkinton CR) Family tradition holds that they lived at Waltham and had 2 sons, but we find these.
      Children:
    • Charles Walker 163/1 b Jun 18 1825 (Hokinton VR)
    • Jane Walker 163/2 b Jan 14 1827 (Hopkinton VR)
    • James Walker 163/3 b May 6 1828 (Hopkinton VR)
  • Emily Walker 164 b Aug 6 1806 (Emely, Hopkinton VR) res at Upton d Feb 8 1885 m1 May 2 1831 Willard, son of Rev. Benjamin Wood of Upton, b Aug 28 1806 d Feb 10 1838 m2 Hiram Taft of Upton
  • Deborah Walker 165 b Jul 9 1812 (Hopkinton VR) d Sep 1843 m Albert Taft b Sep 30 1809 d Aug 28 1878 2 daugthers and 1 son
  • Elizabeth Walker 166 m Willard Pond
  • Aaron Walker 167 b Aug 23 1822
Sarah 76
(Jonathan 21, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Mar 28 1784 at Hopkinton d Apr 6 1858 intpub Aug 13 1812 (Sally Gody, Mendon VR) m Feb 6 1813 (Hopkinton VR) to Peter Brown of Mendon d Mar 1822
    Children:
  • Newell Brown 168 b 1813 d Feb 1, 1870 unm
  • Martha Brown 169 b Feb 28 1815 m April 14 1834 Samuel Jr. Ward of Woodville (part of Hopkinton) b Dec 6 1813 (b 1811 of Samuel and Nancy Wood m May 19 1808, Hopkinton VR) d Mar 6 1877
      Children:
    • Nancy W. Ward 169/1 b Mar 16 1834 (Hopkinton VR)
    • Jefferson Ward 169/2 b Nov 23 1835 (Hopkinton VR)
    • Abner Ward 169/3 b Dec 9 1837 (Hopkinton VR)
    • daughter 169/4 (mentioned in Cody Family, not in Hopkinton VR)
  • Lovisa Brown 170 b Oct 5 1817 m June 6 1835 to Daniel Whitney (Lovicy R. m Jan 3 1835 Upton VR) b Oct 23 1814 (of Amos Jr. and Nancy, Upton VR) 3 daughters and 3 sons.
  • Dexter Brown 171 b Sep 27 1821 (Hopkinton VR RR) intpub Nov 5 1846 (Hotchkiss of Beverly, Hopkinton VR) m Nov 26 1846 Mary Hodgkiss (Hotchkiss, Beverly VR) b Nov 3 1826 3 daughters, 1 son
William 77
(Isaac 22, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Sep 10 1758 (Hopkinton VR) bp Nov 8 1761 (CR)
Samuel 78
(Isaac 22, Joseph 3, P & M)

b May 13 1760 (Hopkinton VR) bp Nov 8 1761 (CR) d May 7 1854 at Vernon NY m Jun 6 1782 to Susannah Armstrong (Union VR) b Jul 16 1762 at Norwich d Aug 26 1853 Vernon
Raised in Union CT, his family moved to Monson about 1768, then in the spring of 1777 Samuel and his father enlisted in the Continental army, participated in the battle of Saratoga and witnessed the surrender of Burgoyne and his army Oct 17 1777. When General Burgoyne surrendered his sword to General Gates, Samuel stood so near in the ranks that he heard distinctly all that passed between the generals and the officers. Isacc was 38 and Samuel was 17 years old. In his declining years, he enjoyed recollecting and repeating the precise language and describing the appearance of the British army as it marched past him to lay down their arms.
Samuel and Susannah with his parents and the family of Susannah 79 and Joseph Bailey, together with Lois 80 and David Moore's family emigrated to Vernon NY in 1798. He was frugal and temperate in his habits, possessed a mind well stored from observation and general reading and until a very short time before his death, books, periodicals and his pen were his companions and solace. He was a farmer, Justice of the Peace and a highly respected member of the Methodist church known for strict integrity, active zeal and benevolence of heart.
Susannah is thought to be a daughter of Sgt. Elias Armstrong (b Apr 20 1731 m Patience Badger Aug 16 1753, Norwich VR) of Union CT (1790 Census), who was a Revolutionary soldier. For 40 years she was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church and during the days of health and mental vigor was a worthy and exemplary Christian, buried with her husband.
    Children:
  • Lyman 172 b Sep 2 1783
  • Lois 173 b July 24 1785
  • William 174 b Apr 30 1787 d Feb 28 1788
  • Samuel 175 b Apr 7 1789
  • Rhodolphus 176 b Sep 26 1790
  • Isaac 177 b Mar 6 1792 d Aug 9 1796
  • Susannah 178 b Oct 6 1793 d Nov 28 1796
  • Mary 179 b Dec 15 1795 d Feb 15 1796
  • Hiram 180 b Sept 5 1797
  • Lydia 181 b Mch 16 1799 at Vernon NY d Aug 14 1878 at Lisbon Ill m NY State Mar 29 1821 to Jarvis, son of James and Esther (Bixby) Moore of Union CT Jarvis came to Vernon with his family in 1805. Patty 203 married Horace, Jarvis' brother.
  • Lucy 182 b Feb 9 1801 d Feb 19 1825
  • Pitt 183 b Mar 21 1803
  • Thomas Jefferson 184 b Jan 18 1806
Susannah 79
(Isaac 22, Joseph 3, P & M)

b June 29 1762 (Hopkinton VR) ("Suze" in CR) d Jun 30 1833 at Pomfret NY m Oct 6 1779 Joseph Bailey b Feb 18 1757 Sheffield England d Apr 18 1826 at Pomfret NY
Raised in Union CT, her family moved to Monson about 1768. Her father and brother Samuel 78 were Revolutionary soldiers. Susannah married Joseph Bailey, a British deserter. She was only 17 and they were in love! But he was in mortal danger, so they fled to Union CT for the duration. They went west with the Codys and Moores to Vernon NY in 1797, continuing on to Oswego Co. in 1807 and settling in Chautauqua Co. in 1818. Joseph Bailey held office as Town Clerk and Justice of the Peace.
    Children:
  • Patty Anne Bailey 185 b Mar 24 1780 d near Fredonia NY MAR 24 1850. m 1795 James Griffen they had 5 daughters 2 sons
    • Melinda Griffin 185/1 m Oliver Barr
  • Lois Bailey 186 b Apr 18 1785 d Oct 28 i860 m Abel Rice had 5 sons 1 dau
  • Rev. Joseph Bailey 187 b Sep 1 1787 d July 15 1846 m Patty Fuller
    Rev. Joseph and wife Patty had 4 sons and 2 daughters.
  • George C. Bailey 188 b Mar 6 1790 d Dec 26 1868 m Lucy Morey
    Rev. George and wife Lucy had 3 sons and 1 daughter.
  • Alanson Bailey 189 b Jun 22 1793 d Jun 3 1878 m1 Lydia Gratton m2 Martha White
  • Almira Bailey 190 b Jun 16 1796 d Feb 4 1853 m Russel Webster had 3 daughters 2 sons
  • Polly Bailey 191 b Dec 31 1799 d Jun 22 1881 m1 James Garnett m2 James Mott 3 sons 2 daughtera by m1
  • Julia Bailey 192 b Oneida Co. NY Aug 22 1802 d Nov 21 1889 m Chautauqua Co. NY Mch 3 1829 Jesse Emery, son of Joshua and Deborah (Brown) Church b Sep 25 1804 d June 10, 1885 at Marshall MI
    Rev. Jesse was a leading minister of the Christian Church, trustee of Meadville Theological College and supporter of Antioch College. 6 sons, 3 daughters
  • Jarvis Bailey 193 b Oneida Co. NY Aug 22 1802 d Aug 1881 m Eliza Sharp 1 daughter 1 son.
  • Susan Bailey 194 b May 7 1806 d 1886 m Erastus Fox 2 daughters
Lois 80
(Isaac 22, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Oct 18 1764 (Hopkinton VR) d Jan 28 1842 at Savannah NY m Oct 11 1782 (Lois Cady Sep 11 1783, Union VR) to David Moore, son of Thomas Moore and Mehitable Bliss of Brimfield (History of Union CT), bp Sep 18 1768 (History of Union CT)
David's grandfather, James was born in Ireland and lived in Grafton awhile before buying land in Union Dec 19 1739 on the west side of town, in "the Content" neighborhood. The homestead was later known as the "Dexter Moore place" after James' grandson (History of Union CT).
Along with the Codys and the Baileys, Lois and David emigrated to Vernon NY in 1798 and farmed, early settlers on the Oneida Indian reservation.
    Children:
  • Daniel Moore 195 b Jan 11 1784 (History of Union CT) d May 2 1872 m 1811 Cynthia Joslin
  • Isaac Moore 196 b Apr 12 1785 (History of Union CT) d Apr 8 1863 m Susan Mahann
  • Lois Moore 197 b Sep 2 1787 (History of Union CT) d Nov 29 1868 m Isaac Gardner
  • Leonard Moore 198 b Aug 28 1789 (History of Union CT) d Dec 4 1881 m Electa Brigham
  • Mehetable Moore 199 b Oct 26 1792 ("Mehitable", History of Union CT) d Feb 11 1846 m Judge Pomeroy Jones d Jul 28 1884 in 95th year
    He was author of the "History of Oneida County, N. Y."
  • Susannah Moore 200 b Jan 3 1797 (History of Union CT) d Feb 9 1848 m 1818 John Brigham.
  • 201 Anice Moore 201 b Dec 23 1801 m Mar 8 1843 Samuel Stewart
  • Caroline Moore 202 b Apr 29 1805 m Apr 27 1823 B.P. Church
John 81
(Isaac 22, Joseph 3, P & M)

b Jan 22 1768 bp Jan 24 1768 (Hopkinton VR) d Sep 10 1796 at Westmoreland NY m Sep 10 1790 (Sep 8 1790, Westboro VR) to Elizabeth, daughter of Asa and Patty (Beatton) Parker (intpub Apr 5 1769 Asa and Mary Beeton, Westboro VR), b Sep 23 1771 ("Elezabeth" b Sep 5 1775, Westboro VR) d 1863
John was a farmer and after his death Elizabeth married Mr. Scripture.
    Children:
  • Martha (Patty) 203 b May 22 1791 m Horace son of James and Esther (Bixby) Moore of Union CT, b 1786 at Union CT d May 14 1843 at Lisbon Ill
    Horace came to Vernon with his parents, his father was a brother of Lois 80's husband David who lived in Stickney Hill in Union and in 1805, emigrated, settling near Indian Orchard in Stockbridge. Lydia 181 married Jarvis, Horace's brother.
  • Infant 204 b Sep 22 1792 d Sep 26 1792
  • John 205 b Oct 23 1793 d Westmoreland NY Sep 16 1796
  • George Carryl 206 b Mar 10 1796 at Westmoreland NY d Sep 20 1872 at Westmoreland NY m Jan 17 1822 to Rhoda Joslin b Jan 18 1808 in Canada d Jan 23 1883 at Westmoreland NY
Mary 82
(Joseph 24, Isaac 5, P & M)

b Jan 23 1760 (Mendon VR) d Jul 17 1833 ("Polly" Hopkinton VR) m Jun 6 1782 (Milford VR) to Thomas, son of Samuel and Sarah (Kimball) Hiscock (m Dec 19 1751 Hopkinton VR), b Oct 16 1754 (Hopkinton VR) d Jul 15 1820 (consumption, Hopkinton VR & CR)
She was the only one of her parents family who didn't emigrate to Marcellus, continuing to enjoy the early associations of her childhood until her death. Thomas was the great-grandson of Elder William Hiscock, who was eminent in the Rhode Island Founding Baptist Society. Mary and Thomas were devoted Baptists.
It seems that the consumption (now known as TB), that killed Thomas' father, Samuel (d July 7 1801 Sam[ue]l Hiscock, consumption Hopkinton VR & CR), and perhaps his mother (d Nov 29 1796 Mrs. ____ Hiscock Hopkinton VR & CR) spread through the family claiming Mary's husband and her two daughters. Humans can become infected with consumption, or tuberculosis from cattle or raw milk, then transmit it to others through coughing. At this time, the mortality rate was 80% and in London in 1720, 20% of the deaths were from TB.
    Children:
  • Sarah (Sally) Hiscock 207 b June 10 1787 (Hopkinton VR) d Oct 15 1816 (Hopkinton VR, of consumption Oct 16 1816 CR)
  • John Hiscock 208 b July 26 1789 (Hopkinton VR) d Mar 24 1853 unm
  • Mary (Polly) Hiscock 209 b June 30 1792 (Hopkinton VR) d June 9 1817 (of consumption, Hopkinton VR & CR)
Martha (Patty) 83
(Joseph 24, Isaac 5, P & M)

b Sep 7 1761 (Mendon VR) d July 15 1851 at Camillus NY m 1780 to Elijah, son of Valentine Bowen (b Nov 25 1722 at Swansea d Jan 20 1799 at Cheshire m Nov 14 1745 to Jeminah Martin b Dec 23 1717 at Swansea, ormsby.org), b Nov 10 1756 at Swansea (ormsby.org) d May 20 1807 at Marcellus (d Aug 20 1807, ormsby.org)
She was named for her great-grandmother Martha (LeBrocq) Cody, wife of Philip. A woman of superior ability, ambitious, persevering and enterprising, she continued to work the farm after the death of her husband and until her children were grown. She died at home of her daughter Lucina Hawley and is buried at Thornhill Cemetery, Skaneateles NY . Elijah was a farmer and Revolutionary soldier. They emigrated to Marcellus in 1794 along with her family, being some of the first settlers. He too, is buried at Thornhill Cemetery (Rosehill Cemetery, Spafford NY aka Thornhill Cemetery, freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~debsplace/).
    Children:
  • Elijah Bowen 210 b 1782 at Cheshire d Wisconsin Jan 3 1861 m 1804 Sylvia Foster
  • Valentine Bowen 211 b 1783 at Cheshire d 1870 m 1806 Mary Rathbone
  • Sophronia Bowen 212 b July 25 1784 Cheshire d 1863 m Mar 12 1800 William Wheeler
  • Hannah Bowen 213 b Apr 2 1786 Cheshire d Aug 8 1841 m1 Aug 22 1805 David Earrl d 1816 m2 Mar 1822 Henry Hughes 10 children, 5 by each marriage.
  • Delina Bowen 214 b 1788 Cheshire d 1858 m 1803 Dr. David Kingsbury, pioneer doctor of Marcellus
  • Lucina Bowen 215 b 1791 Cheshire d 1865 m 1813 Isaac Agar Hawley
  • Almeron Bowen 216 b 1794 at Pompey NY d Sep 7 1825 unm
  • Lovisa Bowen 217 b Jun 7 1797 in Marcellus NY m Feb 23 1820 Dr. Anson Fay
  • Laura Bowen 218 b 1800 in Marcellus m1 1825 George Clarke m2 1827 Salmon Squires Merriman
Sarah 84
(Joseph 24, Isaac 5, P & M)

b July 7 1763 (Mendon VR) d Jan 1 1844 m Nov 16 1780 to Richard, son of Samuel and Sarah (Kimball) Hiscock (m Dec 19 1751 Hopkinton VR), b Sep 15 1758 ("Hescock", Hopkinton VR) d June 17 1840
Farmer and Revolutionary soldier, Richard was a brother of Thomas Hiscock who married Sarah's sister, Mary 82. Resided 4 years at Hopkinton, 11 years at Wardborough VT, then moved to Pompey, NY in 1794. Both buried in Pompey Hill Cemetery.
    Children:
  • Joel Hiscock 219 b Feb 7 1782 d Oct 3 1854 m May 22 1808 to Anna Spring b 1787 d 1875 six daughters 1 son
  • Cody Hiscock 220 b Apr 20 1783 shoemaker d Aug 4 1835 Tulley NY m Apr 23 1807 to Patty, daughter of John Ball, b Mar 15 1787 d 1860 Alden NY had 4 daughters
  • Mary (Polly) Hiscock 221 b 1792 d Sep 27 1873 Leoni MI m David King b 1795 d Feb 23 1863 at Pompey NY
  • Richard Hiscock 222 b Sep 26 1797 NY state d Mar 26 1889 m May 23 1823 to Cynthia, daughter of Cyrus Harris, b 1799 NY state d 1862 had 4 sons
    Farmer
  • Luther Hiscock 223 b Jan 7 1801 NY state, d May 1 1879 m Mar 7 1832 to Persis Higbee of NY state 4 daughters 3 sons
  • Alanson Hiscock 224 b 1803 d 1831 unm
  • Lucinda Hiscock 225 d about 1820 m Cyrus Messinger d about 1860 3 daughters 4 sons
  • Experience Pede Hiscock 226 m Peter Van Camp
Anna 85
(Joseph 24, Isaac 5, P & M)

b May 12 1765 (Mendon VR) d about 1793 or 1794 intpub Sep 1783 (of Milford, Hopkinton VR) m at Hopkinton Nov 13 1783 to James, son of James and Anna (Kimball) Hiscock b Dec 28 1758 (Hopkinton VR) d Feb 24 1834
Anna's family had a farm and store at the south end of North Pond about 3 miles south of Philip and Martha's Hopkinton Farm. She joined the church at Hopkinton Nov 29 1789. After she died, he married for second wife Elizabeth (Skinner), widow of Abel Midge.
James is a cousin to Thomas and Richard Hiscock who married Anna's elder sisters Mary 82 and Sarah 84. His parents and their parents were brothers who married sisters.
James Hiscock moved from Hopkinton to Marcellus NY and located at Thornhill. He was one of the founders of the Baptist church there, holding the office of deacon until his death.
    Children:
  • Fanny Hiscock 227 d 1806 m Mr. Howard
  • Anna Hiscock 228 m Mr. Parks
  • Polly Hiscock 229 d Mar 15 1850 m Willis Manley
  • Susan Hiscock 230 d May 1863 m Lemuel Smith
Hannah 86
(Joseph 24, Isaac 5, P & M)

b Apr 13 1767 d infancy (Mendon VR)
Joseph 87
(Joseph 24, Isaac 5, P & M)

b Mar 23 1769 (Mendon VR) d Jan 3 1832 Granby NY m about 1790 at Warrensburg NY to Katherine Kane b Charleston NY May 6 1767 d Apr 7 1842
About two years after his father died, around 1787, he moved from Milford to Warrensburg NY where he met Katherine and got married. About 1795 they moved to Pompey and thence to Marcellus in 1797, where he was one of the first settlers. He purchased 640 acres of good farm land there, part of which he sold to brothers Elijah 89, Daniel 90, John 91 and to brother-in-law Jonathan Reed through sister Rhoda 92. They came from Milford with Mother Mary and the children.
In 1797 Joseph was a grand juror, and as early as 1806 he built and kept the first tavern at Clintonville in Onondaga Co. NY. In Mar 1808 he sold all his remaining acres and moved to nearby Granby. There in March 1826, their home was destroyed by fire and he and his wife went to live with their son George.
    Children:
  • John Cody 231 b 1791
  • Joel Cody 232 b 1793
  • George Cody 233 b May 4 1794
  • Barney Cody 234 b Nov 5 1795
  • David Cody 235 b Mar 1797
  • Katherine Cody 236 b Jun 14 1806
Hannah 88
(Joseph 24, Isaac 5, P & M)

b Apr 1 1771 (Mendon VR) d 1836 m 1786 Benajah Bowen, son of Valentine Bowen (b Nov 25 1722 at Swansea d Jan 20 1799 at Cheshire m Nov 14 1745 to Jeminah Martin b Dec 23 1717 at Swansea, ormsby.org), b 1762 at Cheshire
From the record of the 1st Baptist Church at Marcellus: "Sunday, July 30 1806, Hannah Cody was baptised and joined the church. Nov 4 1809, Hannah Cody on a roll of brethren and sistern. Dec 4 1813 voted a letter of recommendation to Sister Hannah Cody."
Benajah was a brother of Elijah Bowen, who married Hannah's sister Martha (Patty) 83. A farmer, they moved from Cheshire to Utica NY in 1791, to Marcellus in 1795 and to Granby in 1817.
    Children:
  • Zalva Bowen 237 b Oct 12 1787 m Ann Matthews
  • Amy Bowen 238 b 1789 m Lewis Johnson
  • Jenkins Bowen 239 b Mar 28 1793 m Catherine Gordon
  • Arvilla Bowen 240 b 1794 m Seth Camp
  • Ira Bowen 241 b 1796 d 1820 unm
  • Lenora Bowen 242 b 1802 m Mr Burton
  • Philonzo Bowen 243 b Jan 20 1806 m Celestia L. Perkins
  • Merrick Bowen 244 b 1808 m Caroline Cady
Elijah 89
(Joseph 24, Isaac 5, P & M)

b Dec 27 1775 at Milford d Sep 21 1828 m1 Mar 10 1800 in Onondaga Co. to Sarah, daughter of Joseph Chapman (of Marcellus b May 19 1776 in MA d Nov 25 1814 at Marcellus, m2 Feb 19 1815 at Skaneateles to Philena, daughter of Isaac and Evelyn Staples, b July 27 1789 in Onondaga Co. d Nov 14 1872 at the home of her son Harrison 261 in Oxford Co. ON Isaac Staples, father of Philena, was a Revolutionary soldier. Raised in Milford, he moved with his family to Marcellus in 1794. Elijah was a millwright, innkeeper, farmer and carpenter. On May 5 1797 in Marcellus, he bought 50 acres of land from Jared Smith (2nd husband of his mother Mary, the widow of Joseph 24) 100 acres from his brother Joseph 87 and 20 acres from Samuel Tyler. He operated a tavern in conjunction with his farm through which ran the Old State Road. He held a captain's commission in the Onondaga Co. Militia in the War of 1812.
On Oct 5 1819 he sold all his land at Marcellus and in May 1820 moved to Oxford Co. ON in Upper Canada. He first settled in West Oxford Turnpike, where he kept a tavern as well as operating his farm. On May 6 1821, the first year of the survey of the townships of East and West Zorra, he bought 200 acres at a dollar an acre and built a good frame barn. In March 1824, he and his family removed to this farm to make it their home. In the early records, he contributed the most time to early road building. They were Baptists, but Elijah was not converted until his 50th year.
Elijah Cody built many barns in the Township of West Zorra, at least two of which were still standing in 1949. He handled the construction work by the precision of his eye, using no instruments. Tradition states that each barn raising was christened with a bottle of whisky broken over the ridge pole. He was building a barn at Burford ON, when taken ill en route home on horseback and was forced to bed at Martin's Old Stand, a tavern some 12 miles from his home. There he died Sep 21 1828 in the presence of his family. He is buried with Philena in the churchyard of the West Oxford Methodist Church (now United Church), one of the very earliest burials in this ancient cemetery.
    Children of m1:
  • unnamed son 245 b Feb 7 1801 d Feb 20 1801 at Marcellus
  • Roxey 246 b Oct 16 1802
  • Elcey 247 b Aug 22 1804 at Marcellus d Apr 1 1814 at Marcellus
  • Sophia 248 b Jun 21 1806
  • Miles 249 b Aug 21 1808
  • unnamed son (twin) 250 b Sep 10 1809 at Marcellus d infancy
  • unamed daughter (twin) 251 b Sep 10 1809 at Marcellus d infancy
  • Alonzo 252 b Jan 16 1811
  • Warren 253 b Jan 12 1812
  • Elijah 254 b Dec 22 1813
    Children of m2:
  • Mervin 255 b Dec 9 1815
  • Charles Grandison 256 b Feb 14 1817
  • James 257 b Aug 14 1819 at Marcellus d July 10 1825 W Zorra Turnpike, buried with parents
  • John 258 b Sep 6 1821
  • Isaac Staples 259 b Jan 6 1824
  • Franklin 260 b Jan 21 1826
  • Harrison Smith 261 b May 21 1828
Daniel 90
(Joseph 24, Isaac 5, P & M)

b Dec 25 1777 at Milford d Sep 10 1846 near Bartlett OH, buried there (markers were erected in 1937 by descendants) m Jan 1 1798 at Marcellus to Hannah, daughter of Luther and Hannah (Benton) Manley of Marcellus, b Jun 8 1781 at Westmoreland Mass. d at Waterford OH, buried with her husband.
Res. Milford, but moved to Marcellus in 1795, thence to Lysander, then back to Marcellus. In 1824 they moved to Alleghany Co., then in 1836 went to Ohio.
Daniel bought 96 acres of land in Marcellus from his brother Joseph 87, and sold all Feb 22 1823. He was a cattle dealer, farmer and founding member of the 1st baptist Religious Society at South Marcellus (Thorn Hill), organized Sep 1 1815 (History of Onondaga). Hannah was baptised Jul 30 1806 in the 1st Baptist Church at Marcellus, Daniel baptised Aug 31 1808.
From the History of Oswego Co.: "In May 1818 first town meeting of the Town of Granby was held and Daniel Cody made commissioner of highways."
    Children:
  • Ziba 263 b May 11 1799 Onondaga Co. d Feb 3 1838 m Jan 10 1820 to Sarah Walker, it is thought after his death she married Mr. Scott.
  • Amanda 263 b Nov 17 1801
  • Melinda 264 b Oct 12 1803
  • Anna 265 b Jun 18 1806
  • Darius 266 b Jun 26 1808
  • Delilah 267 b Mar 18 1811
  • Ada 270 b Oct 16 1813 Onondaga Co. dy
  • Anson Frederick 269 b Jan 19 1815
  • Ansel Manley 270 b Jan 19 1815
  • Elson Bristol 271 b May 29 1816
  • Elta B. 272 b May 29 1816 Onondaga Co. d Sep 7 1837
  • Milo Kemp 273 b Jun 6 1821
John 91
(Joseph 24, Isaac 5, P & M)

b Jan 10 1779 at Milford d May 1834 at Evansville IN m Dec 12 1802 to Mary Foster d 1840
Brought up in Milford, he moved to Marcellus with his family in 1794. He bought 114 acres in Marcellus from his brother Joseph 87 for $40, which he sold Feb 4 1814. From Vol. 3, Council of Military Appointments, 1784-1821: "In the year 1818 John Cody to be Lieutenant 172nd Regiment of Infantry State of New York." Later went west to Indiana.
    Children:
  • Diantha 274 b Nov 24 1803
  • Sylvia 275 b Oct 10 1805
  • Eben 276 b Jul 11 1807
  • Julia 277 b Sep 14 1809 d Aug 21 1812
  • Susan 278 b Oct 9 1811
  • William 279 b 1818 d about age 14
  • Laura Ann 280 b Apr 5 1822
Rhoda 92
(Joseph 24, Isaac 5, P & M)

b May 11 1784 at Milford d Aug 7 1859 at Otto NY m at Thornhill Feb 26 1801 to Jonathan, son of Charles (a Revolutionary soldier) and Katurah (Alger) Reed Jonathan was b Jan 7 1774 in Fairfield Co. CT d Oct 16 1828 at Marcellus
Res. Milford, and Marcellus. Jonathan bought 190 acres of land in Marcellus from his brother-in-law Joseph 87. Records of the First Baptist Church of Marcellus show him a member of long standing. After the death of his father, Jonathan Reed was brought up by Dr. Nehemiah Bull of Lanesboro, and on reaching his majority received a small inheritance. Jonathan removed from Lanesboro to Marcellus between 1795 and 1800. At the time of his death in Marcellus he owned 600 acres of good improved land.
    Children:
  • Mary Reed 281 b Apr 13 1802 at Marcellus d Jan 19 1891 at Otto m Jan 20 1824 Samuel, son of Medad Harvey of Washington Co. Farmer, stock raiser and dairyman, b Mar 28 1801 d Dec 28 1878 Otto 3 sons and one daughter
  • Sarah Reed 282 b Jun 20 1803 at Marcellus d Dec 16 1853 at Marcellus m Jan 1 1828 Lincoln, son of Dr. Elisha and Phoebe (Gates) Chapman of Marcellus, b Jul 2 1802 New Haven CT d Feb 19 1881 at Chicago, buried at Marcellus
    She was a private school teacher, he a leather merchant and farmer. Later he lived in Toledo OH and Chicago, IL. 2 daughters and three sons of this marriage including James Lincoln Chapman, to whom The Cody Family is indebted for the majority of its early records.
  • Thedey Reed 283 b Jan 28 1805 at Marcellus d Jul 18 1889 m Jan 17 1827 John, son of Medad Harvey of Washington Co., b Jun 25 1805 Res. Cattaraugus Co. d Feb 1 1871 3 sons
  • Elpha Reed 284 b Sep 23 1806 at Marcellus d Nov 2 1903 m1 June 30 1831 Walter, son of Hon. Judge Daniel Bradley of Marcellus, b Oct 7 1807 d Oct 23 1839 m2 Oct 28 1841 Edmund, son of Lemuel and Sarah (Thompson) Aiken of Norfolk CT, b Apr 29 1812 d Jan 13 1867
    She was a school teacher and Edmund was a lawyer, educated at Yale and in 1863 founded the First National Bank of Chicago as President. One daughter by her 1st marriage.
  • Minerva Reed 285 b Jun 9 1809 at Marcellus d Sep 30 1887 m Oct 25 1827 Hon. John Field Clark, son of John Clark of Dorchester, b Jul 26 1798 in Adams d May 23 1885 4 sons 1 daughter
    He was Commissioner of Schools, Justice of the Peace and Supervisor in Onondaga Co. In the fall of 1850 he was elected to the State Legislature.
  • Augustus Reed 286 b Apr 9 1812 Marcellus d Jun 18 1875 m1 May 13 1841 Martha, daughter of Daniel Piatt of Skaneateles d Aug 23 1867 m2 Jan 29 1874 Ann Eliza, daughter of Morgan J. and Hannah (Piatt) Trowbridge, b Sep 22 1833 no children
  • Hiram Reed 287 b Mar 30 1817 Marcellus Farmer d Sep 17 1882 at Marcellus m1 May 13 1840 Cordelia Bishop b Jun 18 1822 Marcellus d May 25 1844 at Marcellus m2 at Marcellus Oct 6 1852 Martha Jane Glass b Jun 2 1817 d Jan 15 1892 at Marcellus 1 son 1 daughter each marriage.
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