Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Potters...... there and everywhere..., gleanings.

List of Officers & Men of Middlesex (MA) Militia who served in the Revolutionary War:

Rheben Potter,  Enoch Potter, Joseph Potter, Gilbert Potter, Robert Potter

Portrait & Biographical History of Orange County, New York

p. 240:  Mary Potter, of Highland Falls, m. Jerome DENNA  in June 1878; she was b. 15 Feb 1860 in Orange Co, d/o George and Nancy Potter.

p. 423:  George W. FLOOD, b. 8 Oct 1863 in Highland Falls,  m. Charlotte Potter, a native of Ft. Montgomery, NY, ten children.

p. 838:  Restcome Potter CONKLIN, b. 14 Oct 1847, in Chester, Orange County, is a descendant through his mother of Judge Platt Potter, "eminent jurist and author."

p. 1316:  Byron S. Dayton, b. 12 Jul 1847 in Napanoch, Ulster County, NY, m. Lydia Potter in Omaha, NE, in 1870;  she was b. in Potterville in Ulster County, d/o Francis Potter, "a lumberman of that county."

p. 1435:  William Reid THOMAS, on 30 Jun 1872, was ordained a Deacon by the Rt-Rev. Horatio Potter, Bishop of New York.

Genealogies of Long Island Families (From the NYG&B) comp. by Henry Hoff, 1987

p. 446:  James Addison Potter, of Lansing, MI, m. Phebe GELSTON, d/ Rev. Maltby GELSTON. She was b. 15 Sep 1803; d. 29 Apr 1841; m. 11 Dec 1821 and had these children:  Clark, Addison, Maltby Gelston, Maltby, Betsey, George Washington, Henry Martin, James Additon, and Phebe Jane.

p. 473:  Richard HARCURT, b.ca. 1623, d. aft. 2 May 1696, m. (1) ca. 1651 Elizabeth POTTER, b.ca. 1535, d/o Robert and Isabel (ANTHONY) Potter.

p. 559:  Hannah HAUGHWOUT, b. 1809, d/o John (1770-1843) and Nancy DAVIS, m. 1831 to James Potter.

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