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History of Delaware County, New York : with illustrations, biographical sketches and portraits of some pioneers and prominent residents

History of Delaware County, New York : with illustrations, biographical sketches and portraits of some pioneers and prominent residents

Source : FamilySearch

History of Delaware County, New York : with illustrations, biographical sketches and portraits of some pioneers and prominent residents

History of Delaware County, New York : with illustrations, biographical sketches and portraits of some pioneers and prominent residents

Source : FamilySearch

Results : ODELL


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Odell, John K., Residence, Hobart 305


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Odell, John K., Stamford 296


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Odell, Mrs. John K., " 296


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follow. Delhi: J. B. Yendes, Henry Odell, George Fisher, M. L. Farrington, Edmund Rose, Mrs. Harder, Charles A. Foote, A.


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Clelland, killed at Sackett's Harbor, Isaac Odell, killed at Stony Creek, Benoni Robinson, Samuel Rot>inson.


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Vrooman, John Stewart, C. Stewart, Charles Odell and James Mc Alpin, Stamford, Charles Wotten, Kortright, Thomas H. Redfield, Franklin, August


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now occupied by his son Henry Odell. just above the fair ground, on the opposite side of the river.


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Jeremiah Odell came herein 1792, and settled upon territory up the river then belonging to


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Henry Odell. He sold to Jeremiah Odell in 1801, and bought forty acres just above Bridge street bridge, Delhi, on


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the farm now owned by Henry Odell. He sold to Jeremiah Odell in 1801, and bought forty acres just above


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In 1801 Jeremiah Odell, who lived where Henry, his^son, lives, lost a hog that weighed about 200


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from the river road below Mr. Odell's. Mr. John Denning's bear trap was borrowed and carefully set by the carcass


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Maxwell "tried his hand" on Jeremiah Odell's barn, and was successful , it was raised, contrary to the expectation of


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barn on the farm of Henry Odell.


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203, Benjamin Odell, 205, David Wilcox , 207 and 208, Andrew Richey, 210, Stephen Churchill, 219,


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1859, Allen Gibbs, 1862,1865, Michael Odell, 1862,1869,1874,1877 , Thomas H. Smith, 1804, 1867,1871, James Loughran, 1865, John S. Baldwin,


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P. Shaw, Willard Mulford and Isaac M. Odell.


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Isaac Hardenbergh, commissioners of schools, John Odell, Rogers Bouton, Joshua Wight, Solomon Persons, Jonas Larawa, Jonas More, Stephen Mervin, Joseph


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Samuel Maynard, Noah Buck, David Odell, Marshall Cowley, Joshua Basset, J. T. Cowles, Lewis Morton, Thomas Beckley, Selah M.


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JOHN K. ODELL, JOHN K. ODELL was born in the town of Harpersfield, August 3d, 1821. His father


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A. L. Hagar, secretary, Mrs. John K. Odell, treasurer, Mrs. Julia A. Grant, conductress, Mrs.


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Mary Reed, worthy matron, Mrs. Mary Odell, associate matron, A. L. Hagar, secretary, Mrs. John K. Odell, treasurer, Mrs. Julia


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until 1814, when Henry and Philip Odell sub-leased that part between Delhi and Jericho. This early mail ser-