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1  Family: F2698
 
2 (Source: Marriage Notices of Ontario, by William D Reid, HunterdonHouse, Lambertville, New Jersey, 1980.) Family: F6120
 
3 /D. Bullock/, Justice of the Peace Family: F1024
 
4 1 JUL 1834 Family: F26456
 
5 11 children
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Family: F5538
 
6 15 MAY 1855 Family: F26411
 
7 1860 US Census 06.19.1860 Massachusetts-Boston, Suffolk Co u nty Dwelling# 53 6 / Family# 618 Line# 25: William G Ladd Jr - Head of Household - Ag e 3 5 - Married -Sewing Machine Manufacturing Line# 26: Adeline D Ladd - Wife - Age 30 - Married Line# 27: Edward B Ladd - Son - Age 4 - Single Line# 28: William L add - Son - Age 1 - Single Line# 29: Catharine O Cushing - Unknown Relation - Age 55 Line# 30: Thomas C Ladd - Brother - Age 29 - Married - Cle r k Line# 31: Mary E Ladd - Wife of Brother - Age 29 - Married Line# 32: Almira R Ladd - Daughter of Brother - Age 3 - Si n gle Line# 33: William R Ladd - Son of Bro ther - Age 1 - Single 1870 US Census 07.05.1870 New York-Brooklyn, Kings Count y Dwelling# 589 / Family# 663 Line# 33: Wm G Ladd - Head of Household - Age 4 5 - Marri e d - LubricatingCompany Line# 34: Adeline Ladd - Wife - Age 40 - M arried - House K e eping Line# 35: Edward Ladd - Son - Age 14 - Single Line# 36: William Ladd - Son - Age 11 - Single Line# 37: Francis Ladd - Son - Age 9 - Single Line# 38: Homer Ladd - Son - Age 3 - Single 1880 US Census 06.11.18 80 New York-Brooklyn, Kings County Dwelling# 15 / Family# 20 Line# 35: Wm G L add - Head of Household - Age 55 - Marri e d - ShippingBusiness Line# 36: Ada line Ladd - Wife - Age 50 - Married - House K e eping Line# 37: Frank P Ladd - Son - Age 18 - Single - Brokers O f fice Line# 38: Homer Ladd - Son - Age 1 3 - Single Line# 39: Thomas C Ladd - Brother - Age 50 - Married - Dea l er in Illegible 1900 US Census 06.22&25.1900 New York-Brooklyn, Kings County Dwelli ng# 129 / Family# 184 Line# 07: William A Ladd - Head of Household - Age 75 - Ma r ried 50yrs Line# 08: Adelia D Ladd - Wife - Age 70 - Married 50yr s - C hildren 6/2 Line# 09: Edward B Ladd - Son - Age 43 - Married 2yrs - Cl e rk Line# 10: Georgina E Ladd - Daughter In Law - Age 33 - Mar r ied 2yrs -Childr en 1/1 Line# 11: George H Ladd - Grand Son - Age 1 - Single Line# 12: William Ladd - Son - Age 40 - Single Family: F1503
William Gardner LADD
 
8 1860 US Census 06.19.1860 Massachusetts-Boston, Suffolk Co u nty Dwelling# 53 6 / Family# 618 Line# 25: William G Ladd Jr - Head of Household - Ag e 3 5 - Married -Sewing Machine Manufacturing Line# 26: Adeline D Ladd - Wife - Age 30 - Married Line# 27: Edward B Ladd - Son - Age 4 - Single Line# 28: William L add - Son - Age 1 - Single Line# 29: Catharine O Cushing - Unknown Relation - Age 55 Line# 30: Thomas C Ladd - Brother - Age 29 - Married - Cle r k Line# 31: Mary E Ladd - Wife of Brother - Age 29 - Married Line# 32: Almira R Ladd - Daughter of Brother - Age 3 - Si n gle Line# 33: William R Ladd - Son of Bro ther - Age 1 - Single 1870 US Census 07.05.1870 New York-Brooklyn, Kings Count y Dwelling# 589 / Family# 663 Line# 33: Wm G Ladd - Head of Household - Age 4 5 - Marri e d - LubricatingCompany Line# 34: Adeline Ladd - Wife - Age 40 - M arried - House K e eping Line# 35: Edward Ladd - Son - Age 14 - Single Line# 36: William Ladd - Son - Age 11 - Single Line# 37: Francis Ladd - Son - Age 9 - Single Line# 38: Homer Ladd - Son - Age 3 - Single 1900 US Census 06.22&25 .1900 New York-Brooklyn, Kings County Dwelling# 129 / Family# 184 Line# 07: W illiam A Ladd - Head of Household - Age 75 - Ma r ried 50yrs Line# 08: Adelia D Ladd - Wife - Age 70 - Married 50yr s - C hildren 6/2 Line# 09: Edward B L add - Son - Age 43 - Married 2yrs - Cl e rk Line# 10: Georgina E Ladd - Daugh ter In Law - Age 33 - Mar r ied 2yrs -Children 1/1 Line# 11: George H Ladd - Grand Son - Age 1 - Single Line# 12: William Ladd - Son - Age 40 - Single Family: F1512
William LADD
 
9 1860 US Census 06.19.1860 Massachusetts-Boston, Suffolk Co u nty Dwelling# 53 6 / Family# 618 Line# 25: William G Ladd Jr - Head of Household - Ag e 3 5 - Married -Sewing Machine Manufacturing Line# 26: Adeline D Ladd - Wife - Age 30 - Married Line# 27: Edward B Ladd - Son - Age 4 - Single Line# 28: William L add - Son - Age 1 - Single Line# 29: Catharine O Cushing - Unknown Relation - Age 55 Line# 30: Thomas C Ladd - Brother - Age 29 - Married - Cle r k Line# 31: Mary E Ladd - Wife of Brother - Age 29 - Married Line# 32: Almira R Ladd - Daughter of Brother - Age 3 - Si n gle Line# 33: William R Ladd - Son of Bro ther - Age 1 - Single 1880 US Census 06.11.1880 New York-Brooklyn, Kings Count y Dwelling# 15 / Family# 20 Line# 35: Wm G Ladd - Head of Household - Age 55 - Marri e d - ShippingBusiness Line# 36: Adaline Ladd - Wife - Age 50 - Marri ed - House K e eping Line# 37: Frank P Ladd - Son - Age 18 - Single - Brokers O f fice Line# 38: Homer Ladd - Son - Age 13 - Single Line# 39: Thomas C La dd - Brother - Age 50 - Married - Dea l er inIllegible Family: F1506
Thomas Cushing LADD
 
10 1900 Census Family: F3981
 
11 1910 US Census 04.15&16.1910 New York-Manhattan, New Yor k C ounty Dwelling# / Family# 281 Line# 99: Waldo C Ladd - Head of Household - Age 34 - Ma r ri ed1 2yrs -Hotel Press Agent Line# 100: Mary V Ladd - Wife - Age 33 - Married1 2yrs Family: F1509
Waldo Emerson LADD
 
12 1930 U S Federal Census - Living in Allenton section of North Kingstown, Washington Co., RI Family: F1699
Oscar Luke LAFRENIERE
 
13 1930 U S Federal Census - Living in Allenton section of North Kingstown, Washington Co., RI Family: F1700
Ethel Colson GARDNER
 
14 19:33:33 Family: F21292
 
15 19:37:24 Family: F21291
 
16 19:39:03 Family: F21288
 
17 19:39:03 Family: F21332
 
18 19:41:01 Family: F21282
 
19 19:41:01 Family: F21318
 
20 19:44:17 Family: F21283
 
21 19:44:17 Family: F21327
 
22 19:47:31 Family: F21293
 
23 2 nd wife of Daniel Owen Family: F4768
 
24 2 nd wife of Daniel Owen Family: F934
 
25 2 nd wife of Daniel Owen Family: F1883
 
26 2/3/99 # JEDEDIAH D BRIGGS (1800- 1869) FRANCES ALBRO BRIGGS (1803-1839) 1800 Born in Rhode Island son of SAMUE L FISKE BRIGGS and AMY or ANNIE MUMFORD BRIGGS 1803 FRANCES ALBRO BORN daught er of STEPHEN ALBRO. She was the 2nd wife of JEDEDIAH 1820 Oliver Mumford o f South Kingston is appointed guardian to the persons and estate of Nathaniel Briggs,Eliza Briggs,Colonel R Briggs, and Emeline Briggs(minors) children of SAMUEL BRIGGS. Oliver Munford (1778-1823) married Mary Whitehorn (1794-1840) buried S.K. brother-in law to Samuel. 1822 Around August JEDEDIAH BRIGGS ap pointed guardian to the persons and estates of Eliza Briggs,Ray Briggs, and Em eline Briggs children of SAMUEL BRIGGS late of South Kingston, he gave bond in the sum of $1000. with William Terry and Davis Mumford,sureties (from SK pro bate records Probate and Town Council Records Vol 1-3 1704-1743) JEDEDIAH D BRIGGS guardian to Eliza,Ray and Emeline Briggs minors and children of SAMUEL BRIGGS, deceased, having been empowered by the General Assembly to sell 3/5 o f 9 Shares in the Grist Mill at Mumford Mills (1932 name changed to Usquepaug Village SK Washington County on Usquepaug River south end of Glen Rock reserv oir) directed to sell the same in one rate,public or private sale, and that he invest the same in one public place in each of the towns of South Kingstown, Richmond and Exeter, and that he give bonds in the sum of one thousand doll ars, with Thomas R Hazard as surety for the lawful obligation of the monies of such sale 1823 For $192.36 JEDEDIAH BRIGGS to George W Hazard of Richmond 1/ 5 part of 9 Shares of corn mill plus water and water privilege.JEDEDIAH and FRANCES BRIGGS, 15 Apr 1823 (SK 13-512) also at same time Oliver Mumford sold a lot to George W Hazard of Richmond same area for $250 (SK 13-511) 1828 Sar ah Elizabeth Briggs born. 1828 In August FRANCES and JEDEDIAH BRIGGS sell 1/4 acre lot near Mumford Mills for $15 (SK 14 535)purchased 16 February 1828 fro m Ebenezer Smith for $10 (SK 14-534) bounded westerly by Jimmy Robinson,Thom as Hazard and Rowland Hazard 31 October 1828 to Issac T Hopkins from JEDEDIAH BRIGGS for $22 two lots near Mumford Mills including house on north side of road. signed by FRANCES and JEDEDIAH BRIGGS witness was STEPHEN ALBRO. (SK 14-552) (SK 14-551) $22 Eliza M Briggs to Issac T Hopkins near Mumford Mills b ordered by Augustus Mumford 3 Oct 1828 (SK 14-533) $160 Eliza M Briggs of Cove ntry County of Kent 1/5 share to Elisha Potter Grist Mill 182.50 (SK 15-98) SAMUEL of Richmond,Washington County JEDEDIAH BRIGGS yeoman 1825; Oct sessio n General Assembly sold land for $321.40 to Elisha R Potter sold estate of Ra y and Emeline Briggs 2/5 of 9 shares Grist Mill and lot Mumford Mills 11 Nov 1828. George W Hazard and George L hazard were real estate men in the area. i n 1846 Margery Schunke's gggf bought a tavern in Usquepaug from one of them. Elisha Reynolds Potter, banker father and son from Kingston area. ERP's son B .M. Potter built a fairly large mill east of river on route 138. Made stockin gs and sent them out to cottages to be heeled and toed. During the Civil War made jerseys mill later burned (per Margery Shunke notes Aug 5,1988 to SFB) 1830 Census living in Westerly,Washington County,RI 1837 STEPHEN ALBRO's will dated 2 Apr 1837 South Kingston Washington County RI (1837 SK 10-201) states that FRANCES ALBRO was second wife of JEDEDIAH BRIGGS. From SK 5B-305 will o f Stephen Albro again places doubt on Jedediah's character as Stephen Albro left $100 to daughter Frances to be held by her sister Betsy Davis and only g iven to Frances when needed at the discretion of Betsy 2 April 1837. 1838 STEEPEN A BRIGGS born Nov 1839 Frances Albro Briggs died 20 Feb 1839, Stonin gton,Ct age 36 years buried Williams Cemetery Lantern Hill rd just off Rt 184 Old Mystic 1839 Married Lucy Davis Hempstead H Family: F1691
JEDEDIAH D BRIGGS
 
27 2/3/99 SAMUEL FISKE BRIGGS (1772-1822) 1772 Born son of JOSEPH BRIGGS (144) and MARGERY DODGE BRIGGS(143) 15 Apr 1772. Was a sailor and appeared to be extremely close to older brother Nathaniel as he acted as attorney for sis ter in law Bathsheba Briggs in 1804 after death of Nathaniel. Also SAMUEL na med a son Nathaniel and their children were in business together. 1810 Cens us living in New Shoreham,Newport County, RI Nathaniel Briggs (1758-1802) He was the older brother of SAMUEL FISKE BRIGGS by 14 years. Son of JOSEPH BRIGG S and MARGERY DODGE BRIGGS and was sometimes called Capt Briggs 1758 Born Ne w Shoreham, Block Island 18 Aug 1758 1793 Married Mary Collins (159) daughte r of John Collins from Hopkington,RI. 27 Aug 1793 1795 Mary Collins Briggs die d at 25 years buried Block Island Cemetary. born 21 Feb 1795 1797 Married Bat hsheba Gardiner (160) daughter of John Gardiner of Washington County,RI. 10 D ec 1797 1800 Owned principle mercantile store on island 1802 Both Bathsheba and Nathaniel died Livermore History of Block Island: Nathaniel was a man of sterling worth and unblemished character. Active member in the Baptist Church . Mr Briggs built a home known as "The Great House" located south of "Woonsock et House" In 1802 visited NYC for medical treatment and died there. His son M anasseh from first wife Mary Collins became active in coal and shipping with f irm of Briggs & Co. 90 Wall St History of Block Island 1514-1876 from "Archive s of Briggs Family" by Sam Briggs 1880. Nathaniel born abt 1758 held the con fidence and esteem of the whole community. The principle part of the mercantil e business of the island was transacted at his store. His son Collins G Brigg s was born Block Island 30 Sept 1798 and in WAR of 1812 served his country in the U. S. Navy, subsequently entering the merchant service until he removed t o Exeter, Otsego County NY died 12 Nov !874 Bowen Farm German, Chenango Count y,NY Eathon Briggs (1775- 1775 Born 11 Oct 1775, New Shoreham,Block Island Younger brother of SAMUEL FISKE BRIGGS by 3 years was born on Block Island a nd lost at sea at an early ageHis son Eathon C became a master of a ship and sailed from NY for several years. Later he entered the mercantile business in NYC. In 1894 he and his family moved to Kingsman,Trumball County,Ohio to purs ue farming. Jeremiah Briggs (1792-1876) Born Block Island 30 Dec 1792. He was the older brother of SAMUEL FISKE BRIGGS and uncle to JEDIDIAH BRIGGS. Durin g the war of 1812 Jeremiah commanded a US gunboat spending several years in t he merchant service. Along with his cousin Capt Nathaniel Briggs he founded t he J N Briggs Transport Co. which operated between New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Later they acquired the Camden Amboy Transport Line and the new company became "Briggs Swiftsure Line" which they operated for about 40 yrs. (1830-1870). Although precise evidence is lacking it is probable that Jededi ah worked for the family firm. Jeremiah became wealthy and was a generous bac ker of "Seaman's Fund and Retreat" on Staten Island. In the 1850 US census J edediah is listed as living at Seaman's Retreat. Jeremiah was also prominentl y identified with the Marine Society of the Port of New York. He resided at a fine farm on Jamaica Turnpike at Richmond Hill LI died 28 Jun 1876. The Ma rine Society was founded 7 March 1770. The Society had the power to loan mone y for land and goods. Members were elected by ballot and 3 black balls meant exclusion. The funds were primarily used to support widows and children of th e members. In 1791 there were 1000 beneficiary's receiving aroun 400 lbs ann ually (NY Directory 1791 by William Duncan) Nathaniel Briggs (1803-1876) Was involved in Brooklyn√ôs Christian Aid Society, the selection of a parade and p ark ground in Brooklyn, directorship of Nassau Water Co. He was a trustee of St. John√ôs M.E. Church. He married Elizabet Bowe Family: F1693
SAMUEL FISKE BRIGGS
 
28 3 rd wife of Daniel Owen Family: F2708
 
29 3 rd wife of Daniel Owen Family: F927
 
30 3 rd wife of Daniel Owen Family: F1873
 
31 6 children
Names? 
Family: F8441
 
32 According to Roberta Bailey of the Dundas Historical Society Esther JaneBayne fo Ashfield, Ontario married David Saunders. Family: F25419
 
33 According to Source No. 38 - Elizabeth Patience Gardiner is the daughter of William H. and Patience A. (Hendrick) Gardiner. Family: F1697
Elizabeth Patience GARD(I)NER
 
34 Address: Gary Wayne & Michelle Eynon Family: F2669
 
35 Address: Gary Wayne & Michelle Eynon Family: F151
 
36 Address: Wayne Herbert & Loretta Jane Eynon Family: F5849
 
37 Address: Wayne Herbert & Loretta Jane Eynon Family: F229
 
38 After Hicks went to New Netherland, and possibly before, Herodias went to live with George Gardiner of Newport as his common-law wife and had a numerous family. Family: F3565
 
39 After Hicks went to New Netherland, and possibly before, Herodias went to live with George Gardiner of Newport as his common-law wife and had a numerous family. Family: F2
 
40 Angus was a partner in the firm of H. McNally, C. Clemens & Co., woolen manufacturers at Blair, Ontario, Canada. Family: F22675
 
41 B; Rev Benjmin Hazelton Family: F4183
 
42 Baptist Church Family: F2396
 
43 Both Hellen and Margaret were born deaf. Family: F22670
 
44 By: Benjamin B. Cottrell, Minister Family: F589
 
45 By: Gardiner Thruston, Second Baptist Church of Newport Family: F3617
 
46 By: George Cornell Family: F8873
 
47 by: Rev John Mason Family: F8054
 
48 By: Rev. E.B. Bradford Family: F8402
 
49 By: Rev. Gardiner Thurston Family: F8885
 
50 By: Rev. Samuel Towie Family: F3235
 

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