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Volume 3   LINCOLN, NEBR   Number 4







Genealogical Material Wanted


   THE NEBRASKA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY will be glad to consider for Publication in the Nebraska and Midwest Genealogical Record

    FIRST. Manuscript genealogical records of family lines including record of the original settler in America and the first five succeeding generations of his descendants, provided such material has not been completely published elsewhere, or where such material is a correction of matter previously published. References to printed authorities, giving volume and page should when possible accompany such material.

    SECOND. Manuscript genealogical records of the last four or five generations, accompanied by a transcription of Bible records or tombstone inscriptions to substantiate the dates of birth, death and marriage.

    THIRD. Verified church records including vital records of births, baptisms, marriages, deaths and burials.

    FOURTH. Verified transcriptions of old burying ground inscriptions.

    FIFTH. Verified transcriptions of old wills, provided they have not previously published elsewhere.

    SIXTH. Transcriptions of Bible records of single families prior to 1850.

Mrs. William Rogers, Lincoln, Nebr.
Mrs. B. G. Miller, Crete, Nebr.
Mrs. Charles L. Sprague, Beatrice, Nebr.
Mrs. D. O. Cleghorn, Chadron, Nebr.
Mrs. Mary W. Ferris, Newberry Library, Chicago, Ill.
Mrs. R. J. Kilpatrick, Beatrice, Nebr.
Mr. J. V. Thompson, Uniontown, Pa.
Mrs. S. D. Kilpatrick, Beatrice, Nebr.
Mrs. C. R. Peterson, University Place, Nebr.

The Nebraska and Midwest Genealogical Record

Copyrighted October, 1925, by the Nebraska Genealogical Society




No. 4 

   Published by the Nebraska Genealogical Society. Issued in quarterly numbers at two dollars a year. Single copies, seventy-five cents.

   The Nebraska and Midwest Genealogical Record is a magazine of History and Genealogy. Manuscripts, data and queries upon these subjects are solicited and will be given careful consideration.

   Contributors should attach to their manuscripts their full names, together with the authority for the statements made therein. Address; all correspondence to the managing editor.

   Send all communications concerning the magazine to the managing editor.

   Send all dues to Mrs. C. C. Waldo Treasurer 826 South 14th st., Lincoln, Nebr.


Note: The original publication had no table of contents.

Nebraska Genealogical Society, qrtly meeting Jul 1925


Ancestry of One Branch of the Calhoun Family in the US (MA, NY, OH, NE)


Seeley Family (Robert, Engld, MA, CT, NY)


Ancestry of the Gaylord Family (Wm of Engld, MA, CT, OH)


Saunders Family (family Bible) MO


Miller (con't from Jul 1925)


Upper Missouri Historical Expedition


Royce Family Baptism Records (Meriden, CT)


Rosedale Cemetery, Phoenix, AZ (con't from Jul 1925)


Green Family Bible Records (RI)


Book Notices


Queries (Norton-Reed)


MRS. E. B. CROWNOVER, Managing Editor
1229 South 27th st., Lincoln, Nebr.

MRS. C. H. JENKINS,'28, 2040 E st., Lincoln, Nebr.
MRS. THEODORE WESTERMAN, '28, Bronxville, N. Y.
MRS. H. B. MARSHALL, '28, Lincoln, Nebr.
MRS. VICTOR F. CLARK, '27, Diller, Nebr.
MRS. B. M. ANDERSON, '27, Omaha, Nebr.
MRS. C. R. PETERSON, '27, University Place, Nebr.
MRS. S. D. KILPATRICK, '26 Beatrice, Nebr.
MRS. Y. A. HINMAN, '26, North Platte. Nebr.

   The Genealogical Society met July 24, 1925, for luncheon at the Chamber of Commerce. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Rush, the corresponding secretary called the meeting to order, and Mrs. Samuel Avery was elected temporary chairman. Mrs. Crownover was authorized to print in the October number of The Record the index of the past three years.

   Members are requested to bring to the October meeting interesting old records or curios and explain the same. Miss Katherine Green was elected chairman of the finance committee. A program followed the business meeting.

(Continued from July, 1925)


   WILLIAM ANDREW3 CALHOUN (William Barron,2 Andrew1), born May 5, 1841, Springfield, Mass., married April 11, 1866, at Bradford, Pa., Emogene Holmes. Children:

1 May3 Calhoun, b. July 13, 1868.




2 William4 Calhoun.
3 Bertha4 Calhoun,

   CHARLES KINGSBURY3 CALHOUN (William Barron,2 Andrew1), b. March 30, 1844, married June 21, 1876, at Springfield, Mass., Mary W. Morris. They were married by the Rev. Simeon Howard Calhoun. Children:

1 Charles Morris4 Calhoun, b. July 20, 1877, Brookfield, Mass.
2 Margaret4 Calhoun.

   SIMEON HOWARD3 CALHOUN (Charles,2 Andrew1), born May 27, 1834, married Aug. 30, 1864, at Nebraska City, Nebr., Matilda McMechan, born Jan. 26, 1845, at Glasgow, Howard county, Mo. Her mother was a Ballentine. Children:

1 John Charles4 Calhoun, b. July 23, 1865.
2 Annie4 Calhoun, b. May 9, 1867; m. Jan. 25, 1888, at Nebraska City, James H. Clarke, who d. April 23, 1888, at   Arkansas City, Kansas.
3 Howard4 Calhoun, b. May 23, 1869: d. Dec. 22, 1902, Denver, Col.
4 Alexander McConnell4 Calhoun, b. May 1, 1871.
  All the above children were born in Nebraska City, Nebraska.

   MARIA3 CALHOUN (Andrew Hamilton,2 Andrew1), daughter of Andrew Hamilton2 Calhoun and his first wife, Maria Yates; born March 21, 1826, married Sept. 16, 1851, at Oswego, N. Y., Robert Norris Brown, born May 28, 1821, Brownville, N. Y., died in Europe, 1887.

   ANDREW3 CALHOUN (Andrew Hamilton,2 Andrew1), son of Andrew Hamilton2 Calhoun and his second wife, Catherine Dickie; born March 16, 1851, married July 17, 1876, at Brooklyn, N.Y., M. Grace Brooks. They were married by the Rev. E. P. Ingersol, of Brooklyn. Children:

1 Maude Hamilton4 Calhoun, b. 1877, Brooklyn, N. Y.
2 Grace4 Calhoun
3 Kitty4 Calhoun

   CATHERINE3 CALHOUN (Andrew Hamilton,2 Andrew1), born Sept. 17, 1854, daughter of Andrew Hamilton2 Calhoun and his second wife, Catherine Dickie, married Feb. 21, 1881, Robert Morrow. Mrs. Morrow died Feb. 18, 1882, in Brooklyn, N.Y. Mr. Morrow was killed on a railroad, six months after the death of his wife. Their infant son died nine months after the death of the mother.




   GEORGE HENRY3 FREY (Susan2 Calhoun, Andrew1), born Dec. 19, 1825, married July 8, 1851, at Springfield, Ohio, Jane Quigley Ward, born at Hopewell, Cumberland county, Pa., and died April 12, 1881, at Springfield, Ohio. Children:  1 Isaac Ward4 Frey, b. Nov. 22, 1852.
 2 Samuel Howard4 Frey, b. Sept. 30, 1854; d. May 20, 1861, Springfield, O.
 3 George Harrison4 Frey, b. Aug. 27, 1856.
 4 Mary Rodgers4 Frey, b. Nov. 2, 1858: d. June 28, 1877, Springfield, O.
 5 Frederick Hamilton4 Frey, b. Sept. 30, 1860: d. Feb. 25, 1895, Asheville, N. C.
 6 Albert Calhoun4 Frey, b. June 14, 1863.
 7 Andrew Barron4 Frey, b. Jan. 27, 1866: d. April 30, 1881, Springfield, O.
 8 Robert Rodgers4 Frey, b. Jan. 27, 1866.
 9 Susan Howard4 Frey, b. May 25, 1868.
10 Richard Maurice4 Frey, b. May 25, 1868: d. Aug. 7, 1868, Springfield, O.
11William Quigley4 Frey, b. Oct. 2, 1871: d. Nov. 15,1872, Springfield, O.
12 Rachel Janet4 Frey, b. Oct. 2, 1871: d. Feb. 14, 1881.
   All the above children were born in Springfield, Ohio.

   HARRIET MALVINA3 CALHOUN (Henry,2 Andrew1), born May 5, 1827, married April 3, 1851, New York City, Michael Allison, born June 22, 1809, New York City, died April 5, 1876, at Tappan, N. Y. They were married by the Rev. Gardner Spring, D. D. Harriet Malvina (Calhoun) Allison died Nov. 25, 1899, Beatrice, Nebraska, and is buried there. Children:

1 Howard Calhoun4 Allison d. Feb. 19, 1853, in New York City.
2 Harriet Calhoun4 Allison
3 Michael Calhoun4 Allison
4 Leila Calhoun4 Allison
5 Irving Allison
6 Winthrop Allison
7 Elliott Condiet Allison
8 Mabel Hitchcock Allison
     All the above children were born in New York City

   WALTER HENRY3 CALHOUN (Henry,2 Andrew1), born Feb. 20, 1831, married Feb. 24, 1857, New York City, Estelle A. Cropsey, born Sept. 1, 1832, Jamaica, L. I. (N. Y.); died Oct. 15, 1870, New York City. She was the daughter of Jasper F. and Henrietta (Dowling) Cropsey. Their child:

1 Walter Henry4 Calhoun, jr., b. Nov. 30, 1857, New York City.

MARTHA3 CALHOUN (Henry,2 Andrew1), born Oct. 16, 1832, married Jan. 4, 1854, New York City, Thomas Benjamin Rich-




ards, born March 28, 1833, New York, and died there Sept. 8, 1890. Children, all born in New York City:

1 Artha Calhoun4 Richards, b. Oct. 14, 1854.
2 Eliza Malvina4 Richards, b. March 28, 1856: d. Oct. 29, 1858, New York City.
3 Martha Calhoun4 Richards, b. April 8, 1859: d. Aug. 15, 1860, New York city.
4 Bertha Calhoun4 Richards, b. Oct. 9, 1860.

(To be continued)

Contributed by Mrs. R. J. Kilpatrick, Beatrice, Nebr.


   ROBERT1 SEELEY, born in England. Married first Mary -----, born in England. Married second Mary (Manning) Walker, widow, Dec. 22, 1666. Resided in Watertown, Mass., 1631-4; Wethersfield, Conn., 1635; New Haven, Conn., 1639; Saybrook, L. I., N. Y., 1662; Huntington, L. I., N. Y., 1666. Died October, 1667. Administration of estate, Oct. 19, 1668. Children by first wife:

1 Obadiah,2 m. Mary, widow of John Miller, Stamford, Conn.: died Aug. 25, 1657.
2 Capt. Nathaniel,2 m. first Oct., 1649, Mary Turney; m. second, 1674, Elizabeth (Burr) (Olmstead) Gilbert. Died Dec. 19,1675.

   OBADIAH2 SEELEY (Robert1) married Mary (Angel) Miller, widow of John Miller. Resided in Stamford, Conn. Died Aug. 25, 1657.a Inventory of estate Dec. 24, 1665; distribution of estate Sept. 3, 1666. Children:

1 Obadiah3 (under 21 years in 1666); m. Esther
2 Cornelius3 (under 21 years in 1666), born about 1650; m. Priscilla Osborn
3 Jonas3 (under 21 years in 1666); m. first ------; m. second Mary -----, widow, Waterbury.
4 Habakuk3 --------------: died in Stamford, Conn., June 13, 1658

   OBADIAH3 SEELEY (Obadiah,2 Robert1) married Esther -----, who married after her husband's death, Moses Jackson, sr., as his second wife. Inventory of estate, Nov. 2, 1680 a Resided in Stamford, Conn. Children:

1 Obadiah,4 m. Dec. 6, 1692, Susanna Finch:d d. Sept. 4, 1745.a
2 Benjamin,4 b. about 1673: d. Sept. 5, 1696, aged 25 years. Inventory of estate, Oct. 31, 1696, by brother Obadiahd


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