Stewarts of New York

Anna Maude Kinsman

Female 1879 - 1904  (~ 25 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Anna Maude Kinsman was born in Jan 1879 (daughter of Hiram Kinsman and Emoline Johnson); died on 19 Nov 1904.

    Notes:

    Newspaper Article - Wednesday, November 30, 1904 Pulaski Democrat - Pulaski, New York - Fraicheur - Last Tuesday, November 21st, occurred the funeral of Mrs. Warren Jacobson, aged 25 years. She leaves besides a husband a little baby one week old, a little girl 5 years old, a mother and two brothers, Herbert Kinsman, of this place and Monroe, of Rochester.

    Anna married Warren Jacobson in 1897. Warren was born in May 1870; died on 30 Jun 1937. [Group Sheet]

    Notes:

    Newspaper Article - Wednesday, June 9, 1897 Pulaski Democrat - Pulaski, New York - Fraicheur - Married, at Kasoag, Mr. Warren Jacobson and Miss Maude Kinsman. Supper was served to a few invited friends of the bride and groom. We wish them many years of success and happiness.

    Newspaper Article - Wednesday, June 9, 1897 Pulaski Democrat - Pulaski, New York - Kasoag - Married, June 6, by Justice A. G. House at his residence, Warren M. Jacobson and Miss Maud Kinsman, both of Parish.

    Children:
    1. Gilda Jacobson was born about 1900.
    2. Leon Jacobson was born on 11 Nov 1904; died in Feb 1974 in Avon, Livingston, New York, USA.
    3. Lila Mae Jacobson was born on 1 Oct 1899; died on 1 Aug 1963.
    4. Unknown Jacobson was born in 1902; died in 1902.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Hiram Kinsman was born in Mar 1834 in Parish, Oswego, New York, USA (son of Andrew Kinsman and Jemima Delong); died on 11 Jul 1901 in Kasong, New York.

    Notes:

    Newspaper Article - Rome Daily Sentinel Friday, July 12, 1901 - Mrs Adell A. Randall and daughter Eva attended the funeral of Mrs. Randall's brother Hiram Kinsman, which occurred at Kasoag yesterday.

    Hiram married Emoline Johnson in 1858 in New York, USA. Emoline was born in Mar 1843 in New York; died on 7 Feb 1913. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Emoline Johnson was born in Mar 1843 in New York; died on 7 Feb 1913.
    Children:
    1. Bertha Kinsman was born about 1870 in New York.
    2. Homer Kinsman was born about 1860.
    3. Walter Monroe Kinsman was born in Apr 1860 in Parish Oswego New York; died on 20 Jun 1935 in Victor NY.
    4. Herbert Kinsman was born in May 1877 in New York; died in in Victor, Ontario, New York.
    5. 1. Anna Maude Kinsman was born in Jan 1879; died on 19 Nov 1904.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Andrew Kinsman was born in 1806 in Cooperstown, Otsego, New York (son of Thomas Kinsman and Susannah Sarah Jones Paul); died about 1882.

    Notes:

    He was a Boot Shoe repairer/ shoemaker.

    Otsego Hearld & Western Advertiser and Freeman's Journal - April 20, 1829 - April 12, Cooperstown, Andrew Kinsman of Cherry Valley to Jemima Delong of Middlefield.

    Andrew married Jemima Delong on 12 Apr 1829 in Cooperstown, New York. Jemima (daughter of John Delong and Diadema Babcock) was born in Feb 1812 in Middlefield, Otsego, New York, USA; died on 6 Jul 1902 in New York, USA. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Jemima Delong was born in Feb 1812 in Middlefield, Otsego, New York, USA (daughter of John Delong and Diadema Babcock); died on 6 Jul 1902 in New York, USA.

    Notes:

    Newspaper Obituary - Tuesday, July 8, 1902 Syracuse Journal - Mrs. Jemina Kinsman died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Julia Sobles, of this village, Sunday morning, aged 91 years. Mrs. Kinsman was born at Middlefield, Otsego County, and was the daughter of John Delong. Her husband died about 20 years ago. Since that time she has lived with her daughter. She leaves three children, Lester Kinsman of Sandy Creek, Nelson Kingsman of Bradford, PA, and Martha Kinsman of Herkimer County. Mrs. Kinsman had been an invalid for many years.

    Children:
    1. Rosalie Kinsman was born about 1844 in New York, USA; died after 1850 in New York, USA.
    2. Lester Delong Kinsman, Sr. was born in Nov 1832 in Otsego, New York, USA; died on 1 Mar 1906 in Sandy Creek, Oswego, New York; was buried in Parish, Oswego County, New York, USA.
    3. Martha Kinsman was born on 1 Jan 1830 in New York; died on 6 Nov 1911 in Wisconsin.
    4. Mira Olivia Kinsman was born in 1840 in New York, USA; died on 11 Feb 1883 in Auburn, Cayuga, New York, United States.
    5. 2. Hiram Kinsman was born in Mar 1834 in Parish, Oswego, New York, USA; died on 11 Jul 1901 in Kasong, New York.
    6. Julia E. Kinsman was born in Jan 1836 in New York, USA; died on 2 Jan 1925 in Parish, Oswego, New York, USA.
    7. Nelson D. Kinsman was born on 26 Aug 1848 in Parish New York; died on 4 Aug 1909 in Bradford, McKean, Pennsylvania, USA.
    8. Ada Adelle Kinsman was born on 26 Jul 1850 in Amboy, Oswego County, New York, USA; died on 12 Aug 1948 in Mohawk, New York.
    9. Montcello Aka Benjamin D. Kinsman was born in 1858 in New York, USA; died after 1900.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Thomas Kinsman was born on 8 Dec 1756 in Norwich, New London, Connecticut, United States (son of Robert Kinsman and Bethiah Doggett); died after 1821 in Shaftsbury, Bennington, Vermont, United States.

    Thomas married Susannah Sarah Jones Paul on 4 Dec 1785 in Dighton, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. Susannah (daughter of James Paul and Sarah White) was born on 1 Jan 1763 in Connecticut, United States; died in in Shaftsbury, Bennington, Vermont, United States. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Susannah Sarah Jones Paul was born on 1 Jan 1763 in Connecticut, United States (daughter of James Paul and Sarah White); died in in Shaftsbury, Bennington, Vermont, United States.
    Children:
    1. George Kinsman was born on 19 Jun 1792 in Shaftsbury, Bennington, Vermont, United States (family from Scotland); died on 16 Sep 1878 in Southport, Chemung, New York, United States.
    2. 4. Andrew Kinsman was born in 1806 in Cooperstown, Otsego, New York; died about 1882.
    3. Nancy L Kinsman was born on 27 Apr 1807 in Arlington, Bennington, Vermont, United States; died on 10 Feb 1881 in Farmingon, Ontario, New York, United States.
    4. Betsey Kinsman was born on 7 Apr 1784.
    5. Thomas Kinsman was born on 20 Nov 1786.
    6. James P. Kinsman was born on 31 Jul 1790 in Shaftsbury, Bennington, Vermont; died on 5 Feb 1872 in Towanda, Bradford, PA.
    7. Polly Kinsman was born on 24 Jun 1798; died on 13 Sep 1872 in Rushville, Ontario, New York, United States.
    8. Sally Kinsman was born on 22 Apr 1800 in Vermont, United States.
    9. Lydia Kinsman was born on 8 Jan 1802.
    10. Susanna Kinsman was born on 2 Apr 1796.

  3. 10.  John Delong was born on 26 Mar 1780 in Otsego, New York (son of James Delong and Aaltje Mary Cronkhite); died on 1 Mar 1864 in New York, USA.

    Notes:

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    The census of 1790 shows over twen-
    ty De Longs living in New York State,
    who were married and heads of families.
    Most of these were residents of Albany
    county, although some were in Ulster and
    Dutchess counties. The town of Half
    Moon (now Saratoga county) was the
    home of several of the name at that time.
    The ancestor is said to have been a
    French Huguenot, who fled from France
    to Holland, married there and came to
    New York with his family during the last
    half of the eighteenth century. He was
    first in New Jersey, then in Dutchess
    county, New York, going thence to Cen-
    tral New York, settling on a farm in the
    Cherry Creek Valley, not far from Rich-
    field Springs. His son, James, born Oc-
    tober 24, 1749, married Mary Cronkite, of
    Holland ancestry, and they were the par-
    ents of John De Long, grandparents of
    Damon H. De Long, and great-grandpar-
    ents of Dr. F. S. De Long, of Utica, New
    York.

    There is standing in Otsego county,
    New York, near Richfield Springs, in
    what has long been known as the De
    Long district, a house which John De
    Long, grandfather of Dr. F. S. De Long,
    built on land he cleared, and from brick
    made on the farm by men brought from
    Albany to mould and burn them.

    James De Long, son of the founder of
    the family, was an ensign in the Albany
    County Militia of the 9th New York Re-
    giment, and on December 19, 1775, was

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    commissioned captain. He married Mary
    Cronkite, daughter of James Cronkite,
    born in 1728, and granddaughter of James
    Cronkite, born in Holland in 1685, died
    in 1777, in the old Sugar House, New
    York, used as a prison by the British.
    Captain James and Mary (Cronkite) De
    Long were the parents of John De Long,
    born March 26, 1780, died on the De Long
    homestead farm near Richfield Springs,
    Otsego county, New York, March 1, 1864.
    John De Long married Diadanna Bab-
    cock, born April 7, 1783, died June 5,
    1836, and they were the parents of Damon
    H. De Long, father of Dr. F. S. De Long.

    Damon H. De Long was born at Rich-
    field Springs, New York, September 11,
    1825, and died February 20, 1901. He was
    educated in the country district schools
    and cultivated the old homestead farm,
    located on the Stewart patent, in Fly
    Creek township, Otsego county, and there
    lived the peaceful life of the prosperous
    agriculturist until 1881, when he retired
    from farming and moved to Richfield
    Springs, there built a substantial resi-
    dence and lived until his death, two de-
    cades later. He was a widely known and
    highly respected citizen, enjoying the
    confidence and esteem of his very large
    circle of acquaintances. He was interest-
    ed in church and school, and in a quiet
    way aided these twin causes, giving them
    the aid and support of his influence and
    his personal effort. He was, for a long
    time, a school trustee and a member of
    the Universalist church of Richfield
    Springs for many years. He lived more
    than the Scriptural "three score years and
    ten," and his passing was deeply regretted
    by his community.

    Damon H. De Long married, November
    8, 1876, Mary J. Black, born in Vernon,
    Oneida county, New York, daughter of
    James and Elizabeth Stansfield (Austic)

    Black. James Black was born in New-
    port, New York, in 1812, son of Colin
    Black, born in Aberdeen, Scotland, March
    19, 1765, who came to America during the
    War of the Revolution. He married, in
    1792, Sarah Meecham, born in 1772, and
    in 1776-1777 she was taken by her mother
    to Fort Herkimer, where they were quar-
    tered for protection from the British and
    Indians. Her father, James Meecham,
    born in Connecticut, was a soldier of the
    Revolution. To Damon H. and Mary J.
    (Black) De Long a son was born, Faust
    S. De Long, of this review.

    Faust S. De Long was born in Rich-
    field Springs, New York, September 15,
    1877, son of Damon H. and Mary J. (Black)
    De Long, both representatives of ancient
    New York families. He began his edu-
    cation in the public schools, finishing in
    high school, then prepared for Richfield
    Academy, and later prepared for the medi-
    cal profession at the College of Physicians
    and Surgeons, Columbia University, New
    York City. He received his M. D. with
    the graduating class of 1901, and until
    1903 served as interne at Faxton Hospital,
    Utica, New York. In 1903 he began prac-
    tice in Utica and there continued in honor
    and success until 1907, having during that
    time served upon the surgical staff of
    Faxton Hospital, also caring for a large
    private practice. He is an ex-president of
    the Utica Medical Club, member of the
    Medical Library Association, Oneida
    County Medical Society, and the New
    York Medical Society. While his profes-
    sion was the great interest of his life, and
    nothing was allowed to interfere with his
    duty as a physician while practicing, Dr.
    De Long acquired business responsibili-
    ties and became president and treasurer of
    the Utica Steam Engine and Boiler
    Works, and an official of the Universal
    Boiler Compound Company, these inter-

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    ests later drawing him from professional
    work.

    John married Diadema Babcock. Diadema (daughter of George Waite Babcock and Susannah Sheldon) was born on 7 Apr 1783 in Springfield, Otsego, New York, USA; died on 5 Jun 1836 in Springfield Center, Otsego, New York, USA. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Diadema Babcock was born on 7 Apr 1783 in Springfield, Otsego, New York, USA (daughter of George Waite Babcock and Susannah Sheldon); died on 5 Jun 1836 in Springfield Center, Otsego, New York, USA.
    Children:
    1. 5. Jemima Delong was born in Feb 1812 in Middlefield, Otsego, New York, USA; died on 6 Jul 1902 in New York, USA.
    2. Clarissa Delong was born about 1829.
    3. Robert Delong was born on 6 Jun 1810.
    4. Marietta Delong was born on 28 Aug 1823.
    5. Damon Hatch Delong was born on 12 Sep 1825; died on 20 Feb 1901.
    6. James Delong was born on 13 Nov 1803.
    7. Hannah Delong was born on 26 Mar 1806.
    8. Orange Delong was born on 11 Dec 1814.
    9. Octavia Delong was born on 18 Jun 1821.
    10. Polly Delong was born on 11 Mar 1808; died on 10 Jan 1836.
    11. Emeline Delong was born on 6 Mar 1817.
    12. Harriet Delong was born in May 1819 in Ostego, Ostego, New York, USA; died in 1900 in Otsego Co NY.
    13. Margette Delong was born about 1826.



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