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History and directory of Yates County : containing a sketch of its original settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the lessee company and others, with an account of individual pioneers and their families, also of other leading citizens, including church, school and civil history, and a narrative of the Universal Friend, her society and doctrine (Volume 1)

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History and directory of Yates County : containing a sketch of its original settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the lessee company and others, with an account of individual pioneers and their families, also of other leading citizens, including church, school and civil history, and a narrative of the Universal Friend, her society and doctrine (Volume 1)

History and directory of Yates County : containing a sketch of its original settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the lessee company and others, with an account of individual pioneers and their families, also of other leading citizens, including church, school and civil history, and a narrative of the Universal Friend, her society and doctrine (Volume 1)

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History and directory of Yates County : containing a sketch of its original settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the lessee company and others, with an account of individual pioneers and their families, also of other leading citizens, including church, school and civil history, and a narrative of the Universal Friend, her society and doctrine (Volume 1)

History and directory of Yates County : containing a sketch of its original settlement by the Public Universal Friends, the lessee company and others, with an account of individual pioneers and their families, also of other leading citizens, including church, school and civil history, and a narrative of the Universal Friend, her society and doctrine (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : UNDERWOOD


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married Susan, a sister of John Underwood. She died at Hinsdale, Michigan. His third wife was Sarah, daughter of James


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George married Mary, sister of John Underwood. They have a daughter. Rachel married Martin Henshaw. They live on the Isaac


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the farm now occupied by David G. Underwood, and moved from thence to the one now owned by Edi ward


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(then Augusta) in 1802, married David G. Underwood of Middlesex. They settled on the old Warhani Williams homestead, where they


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Vt., in 1806. His father, David Underwood, set-tled in Middlesex in 1524, and died there at the age of sixtyeight.


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Oliver Lucy married Thomas Underwood of Middlesex, where they now live. He is a farmer, heretofore a merchant.


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1864, Thomas Underwood.


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1847, David G. Underwood.


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were David G. Underwood, R. E. Aldrich, Thomas Seamans, M. B. Van Osdol. Daniel B. Lindsley,


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Fountain, Samuel Fisk, Francis Francisco, David G. Underwood, Marvin Gage, P. D. Peters, R. D. Peters, P. Fisk, G. 13.


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1869, it contained one store, Thomas Underwood, merchant , two physicians, Drs. F. C. Hawley and William Allen. William Prouty


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1841. He was succeeded by David G. Underwood, Eli Foote and Thomas Underwood. The office is now held by John


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David Underwood, Eli Foote and Thomas Underwood. The office is now held by John Perryman.


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homestead, and subsequently bought the John S. Underwood farm in Jerusalem and resided there through life. He died at seventy-two.