Daniel D Clemons

Daniel D Clemons

Male 1866 - 1949  (82 years)

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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Daniel D Clemons was born on 7 Nov 1866 in Three Mile Bay, Jefferson, New York (son of Oliver Clemons and Louisa Smith); died on 18 Feb 1949 in Remsen, Lewis County, New York.

    Notes:

    Dec 19, 1949 Utica Paper name unknown

    Daniel Clemons
    Remse-Daniel Clemons died unexpectedly Feb. 18, 1949 in the home of his son Leroy Clemons.
    He was born Nov. 7, 1886, at Three Mile Bay, N.Y., son of the later Oliver and Louise Smith Clemons. Mr Clemons had been a farmer most of his life. He was twice married, his first wife being Mary Elizabeth Olmstead. After her death, he married Ada Moyer.
    He leaves six sons, Leroy D., Morris F., Loren A. , Remsen; Frank K., Whtesboro, Ernest, Pulaski; Kenneth, cold Brook; six daughters, Mrs. Wallace Thomas, Remsen; Mrs. Paul Anna, Newport; Mrs. Ethel Hall, Inlet; Mrs. Howard Bowie, Cold Brook; Mrs. Elmer Letso, Utica; Mrs. James Moore, Port Leyden, 31 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren,
    The funeral Will be held fro the Thompson Funeral Home at 1p.m. Monday with burial in Glenfield. The Rev. Ernest Bragg will officiate.

    Family/Spouse: Mary Elizabeth Olmstead. Mary was born on 16 Jul 1872; died on 14 Apr 1910. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Children:
    1. Ernest Theodore Clemons was born on 13 Oct 1906 in Watson, Lewis, New York; died on 27 Nov 1983 in Orwell, Oswego, New York.
    2. Morris Floyd Clemons was born on 6 Feb 1897 in Chase, Oltesgo, New York; died on 7 Jun 1954 in Utica, Oneida, New York.
    3. Minnie Belle Clemons was born in 1900; died in Nov 1964.
    4. Frank Clemons
    5. Roy Clemons
    6. Lauren Clemons

    Family/Spouse: Ada Bates. Ada was born in 1876; died on 9 Oct 1918; was buried in Cape Ucha Cemetery, Steuben, Onieda County, New York. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]

    Family/Spouse: Georgia Williams. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Oliver Clemons was born in 1843 (son of Daniel O. Clemons and Hannah Weaver); died before 1880.

    Oliver married Louisa Smith. Louisa was born in 1850 in Canada. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 3.  Louisa Smith was born in 1850 in Canada.

    Notes:

    Lowville Journal and Republican Jan 10 1913

    Mrs. Louise Conners is very ill at her home at Parkers. She Is being cared for by her daughter Katie, of Adams.

    Lowville Journal and Republican May 25, 1916

    Jesse Clemons, of Adams, spent a couple of days with friends in town. He brought the body, of his mother, who died at Adams last winter, here for interment.

    Children:
    1. 1. Daniel D Clemons was born on 7 Nov 1866 in Three Mile Bay, Jefferson, New York; died on 18 Feb 1949 in Remsen, Lewis County, New York.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Daniel O. Clemons was born on 14 Jul 1819 in Oppenheim, New York (son of Oliver Clemons and Hannah Unknown); died on 9 Apr 1900 in Chases's Lake, Lewis County, New York; was buried in Gardner's Corners Cemetery, Town of Montague, Leiws County, NY.

    Notes:

    Daniel came to Lyme, Jefferson County, New York in 1850

    1860 Federal Census Daniel Clemens [Clower] dwelling number 917, family number 906
    1870 Federal Census Daniel Clemonds

    Lowville Journal and Republican Apr 12 1900

    Daniel O. Clemmons died of paralysis Monday at his home near Chase's Lake, aged 80 years. He had been sick about a month. Mr Clemmons came from Montgomery county to Lewis county and located on the hill west of Lowville. He had, however, been a resident of Chase's Lake for several years, where he was engaged in farming. He was the father of Richard Clemmons, of Chase's Lake, Orrin Clemmons, of Felts Mills, Tiffany and Eli Clemmons of Parkers, Mrs. Sophia Granno, of Lowville, Mrs. Stephen Waldron and Mrs. George Anson, of Watson.

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    CLEMONS FAMILY REUNION-
    Held at Forest Park, Lowville-

    Mr. Editor- the first Clemons family reunion was held at Forest Park, Lowville, September 15, in honor of Daniel and Hannah Clemons, and it was a very pleasant occasion. Friends came from far and near until there were about one hundred present. At 12:30 all sat down to a sumptious dinner, which was served in floral hall. The table was well laden with good things to eat, including a cake made by Mrs. Daniel Clemons, of Holland Patent, in honor of the occasion, being beautifully decorated in colors, with the following inscription: "Clemons reunion." Cut flowers were used in decorating the table. After enjoying dinner all went to the grandstand, where a fine programme was given, including songs , reading , recitations and a drama. All taking part did well. A biography of Daniel Clemons and wife was read, which stated that there were 131 descendants. After enjoying the programme the following officers were elected: president, Mrs. Ezra Waldron, Lowville; vice-president, Ernest Clemons, Felts Mills: secretary, Mrs. William Schwendy, Lowville: treasurer, Mrs. Philip Flint, Lowville: historian , Daniel Clemons of Holland Patent. the executive committee chose the following committees; On refreshments, Ruth Waldron, Watson, chairman; Mrs. Philip Flint, Mrs. William Schwendy, Mrs. Ezra Waldron, Lowville; table committee , Mrs. Abram Waldron, Lowville; chairman; Mrs. Alvah Moore , Rector; Mrs. Herman Bonner, Pulaski; Mrs. Walter Ryan, Rices; programme, Mrs. William Brown, Lowville, chairman; Mrs. Daniel Clemons , Holland Patent; Mrs. Ernest Clemons, Felts Mills; Mrs. Elkanah Waldron, Watson; sports, Tiffny Clemons, Lowville, chairman; Daniel Clemons , Holland Patent; Milton Clemons , Carthage; Orin Clemons , Denmark. It was voted to hold the next reunion at Forest Park, Lowville, Tuesday July 1, 1924. After the business meeting they all enjoyed some fine sports for which prizes were given to the winners and booby prizes were also given, which caused much laughter and fun. Prizes were given to the oldest personpresent., being Eli Clemens, Rector, 76; The youngest, Betty Snyder, Pine Grove, seven months; one that came the farthest, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Merry, Frankfort; father of the largest family, Daniel Clemons, Holland Patent, 16 children. All reported a good time as good-bys and hand shakes were passed from one to the other, each one expressing a desire to be present another year.

    Daniel married Hannah Weaver in 1845. Hannah was born on 20 Sep 1820 in Montgomery County, New York; died on 3 Mar 1886 in Montague, Lewis County, New York; was buried in Gardner's Corners Cemetery, Town of Montague, Leiws County, NY. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 5.  Hannah Weaver was born on 20 Sep 1820 in Montgomery County, New York; died on 3 Mar 1886 in Montague, Lewis County, New York; was buried in Gardner's Corners Cemetery, Town of Montague, Leiws County, NY.
    Children:
    1. Eli Clemons was born on 14 May 1847; died on 11 Oct 1935.
    2. 2. Oliver Clemons was born in 1843; died before 1880.
    3. Salinda Clemons was born on 5 Sep 1849 in Lyme, Jefferson, New York, United States; died on 13 Jun 1929 in Watson, Lewis, New York, United States.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Oliver Clemons was born on 19 Aug 1787 in Swanzey, New Hampshire (son of Abijah Clemons and Elizabeth McIntire); died on 18 Mar 1839 in Oppenheim, Fulton County, New York; was buried in Chatsey Cemetery, Oppenheim, Fulton County, New York.

    Oliver married Hannah Unknown in 1808. Hannah was born in 1786; died on 29 Jan 1844; was buried in Chatsey Cemetery, Oppenheim, Fulton County, New York. [Group Sheet] [Family Chart]


  2. 9.  Hannah Unknown was born in 1786; died on 29 Jan 1844; was buried in Chatsey Cemetery, Oppenheim, Fulton County, New York.
    Children:
    1. 4. Daniel O. Clemons was born on 14 Jul 1819 in Oppenheim, New York; died on 9 Apr 1900 in Chases's Lake, Lewis County, New York; was buried in Gardner's Corners Cemetery, Town of Montague, Leiws County, NY.