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    1. Re: [HOYT] Fwd: HOYT Family Photograph
    2. Friends-- Regarding the photograph of Albert P Hoyt. Page #153 of the HHH book identifies that he was the son of David W. Hoyt who wrote the HHH history. I am unaware of the DNA testing proving that John Hoyt and Simon Hoyt were not connected. So, I will stand corrected on my statement about Simon being the father of all of the Hoyts. However, I and many other Hoyts have submitted to Y-DNA testing over the past several years, and I don't remember any who were not descended from Simon Hoyt. So perhaps there is another whole line of DNA testing from the line of John Hoyt that I am unaware of. Lastly, as some of you may know, there was a Hoyt Family Association which does not exist any longer. Roy Olsen ( a Hoyt descendant) was the founder of the Association and for medical reasons it was necessary for him to terminate his effort in maintaining the Association and it's periodic publication. However, he hired a researcher in England over ten years ago, who found that some of the information in the HHH book pertaining to Simon Hoyt's background in England was not accurate, or was incomplete. I think that there was no change in the information about Simon Hoyt in the USA. I hope I haven't started WWIII on our Hoyt genealogy !!! Best To All, George Hoyt

    01/07/2012 03:18:16
    1. [HOYT] Fwd: Fwd: HOYT Family Photograph
    2. I believe the Hoyt, Haight and Hight book is available for free download from Google Books. Bobbi Hoyt -----Original Message----- From: Kathleen Vincent <mkvincent@roadrunner.com> To: hoyt <hoyt@rootsweb.com> Sent: Sat, Jan 7, 2012 6:53 pm Subject: Re: [HOYT] Fwd: HOYT Family Photograph Actually he's not related to Simon Hoyt, he comes from John Hoyt of Salisbury, MA family, through dna it was proven that we are not related to Simon Hoyt. Kathleen -----Original Message----- From: GWGEHoyt@aol.com Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2012 6:35 PM To: hoyt@rootsweb.com Subject: [HOYT] Fwd: HOYT Family Photograph Friends-- For those of you who may not be aware of this about the photograph of Albert Pierce Hoyt in the earlier e-mail today about him........ Albert Pierce Hoyt, b. Nov 29 1857 in Brighton MA, was the son of David W. Hoyt, who is the researcher/author of the book "A Genealogical History of the Hoyt, Haight, and Hight Families." The original book had a publication date of 1871 and has 686 pages. It provides most of the information on the earlier Hoyts in the New World. It is in fact the "bible" for old Hoyt information for most Hoyt researchers. George Hoyt (formerly of Stamford CT, and an 11th generation descendant of Simon Hoyt) _______________________________________________ HOYT mailing list HOYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message _______________________________________________ HOYT mailing list HOYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/07/2012 02:57:19
    1. Re: [HOYT] Fwd: HOYT Family Photograph
    2. Many Thanks George for your note!. I sensed the photo connected to David W. Hoyt. I forwarded the e-mail from _cardiels@comcast.net_ (mailto:cardiels@comcast.net) to John E. Hoyt. Hoping prints of the photo may become available to descendants. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY!!! Bert In a message dated 1/7/2012 5:37:09 P.M. Central Standard Time, GWGEHoyt@aol.com writes: Friends-- For those of you who may not be aware of this about the photograph of Albert Pierce Hoyt in the earlier e-mail today about him........ Albert Pierce Hoyt, b. Nov 29 1857 in Brighton MA, was the son of David W. Hoyt, who is the researcher/author of the book "A Genealogical History of the Hoyt, Haight, and Hight Families." The original book had a publication date of 1871 and has 686 pages. It provides most of the information on the earlier Hoyts in the New World. It is in fact the "bible" for old Hoyt information for most Hoyt researchers. George Hoyt (formerly of Stamford CT, and an 11th generation descendant of Simon Hoyt) _______________________________________________ HOYT mailing list HOYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/07/2012 01:01:11
    1. Re: [HOYT] Fwd: HOYT Family Photograph
    2. Kathleen Vincent
    3. Actually he's not related to Simon Hoyt, he comes from John Hoyt of Salisbury, MA family, through dna it was proven that we are not related to Simon Hoyt. Kathleen -----Original Message----- From: GWGEHoyt@aol.com Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2012 6:35 PM To: hoyt@rootsweb.com Subject: [HOYT] Fwd: HOYT Family Photograph Friends-- For those of you who may not be aware of this about the photograph of Albert Pierce Hoyt in the earlier e-mail today about him........ Albert Pierce Hoyt, b. Nov 29 1857 in Brighton MA, was the son of David W. Hoyt, who is the researcher/author of the book "A Genealogical History of the Hoyt, Haight, and Hight Families." The original book had a publication date of 1871 and has 686 pages. It provides most of the information on the earlier Hoyts in the New World. It is in fact the "bible" for old Hoyt information for most Hoyt researchers. George Hoyt (formerly of Stamford CT, and an 11th generation descendant of Simon Hoyt) _______________________________________________ HOYT mailing list HOYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/07/2012 12:51:34
    1. [HOYT] Hoyt-Haight Sites Hope this is of interest
    2. Cheryle
    3. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~fesschequy/Hoyt.html http://books.google.ca/books?id=5ow9k6vp2AYC&printsec=frontcover&source=bl&ots=Ws8zl7wgON&sig=EJ0YIjOf76OtEPf6Hg0ehlEU2io&hl=en&ei=umK1SbvZD6OwMc-95OoE&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false http://books.google.ca/books?id=zNEUAAAAYAAJ&source=gbs_similarbooks From: bobbihoyt@aol.com Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2012 6:57 PM To: hoyt@rootsweb.com Subject: [HOYT] Fwd: Fwd: HOYT Family Photograph I believe the Hoyt, Haight and Hight book is available for free download from Google Books. Bobbi Hoyt -----Original Message----- From: Kathleen Vincent <mkvincent@roadrunner.com> To: hoyt <hoyt@rootsweb.com> Sent: Sat, Jan 7, 2012 6:53 pm Subject: Re: [HOYT] Fwd: HOYT Family Photograph Actually he's not related to Simon Hoyt, he comes from John Hoyt of Salisbury, MA family, through dna it was proven that we are not related to Simon Hoyt. Kathleen -----Original Message----- From: GWGEHoyt@aol.com Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2012 6:35 PM To: hoyt@rootsweb.com Subject: [HOYT] Fwd: HOYT Family Photograph Friends-- For those of you who may not be aware of this about the photograph of Albert Pierce Hoyt in the earlier e-mail today about him........ Albert Pierce Hoyt, b. Nov 29 1857 in Brighton MA, was the son of David W. Hoyt, who is the researcher/author of the book "A Genealogical History of the Hoyt, Haight, and Hight Families." The original book had a publication date of 1871 and has 686 pages. It provides most of the information on the earlier Hoyts in the New World. It is in fact the "bible" for old Hoyt information for most Hoyt researchers. George Hoyt (formerly of Stamford CT, and an 11th generation descendant of Simon Hoyt) _______________________________________________ HOYT mailing list HOYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message _______________________________________________ HOYT mailing list HOYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message _______________________________________________ HOYT mailing list HOYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/07/2012 12:04:56
    1. [HOYT] Fwd: HOYT Family Photograph
    2. Friends-- For those of you who may not be aware of this about the photograph of Albert Pierce Hoyt in the earlier e-mail today about him........ Albert Pierce Hoyt, b. Nov 29 1857 in Brighton MA, was the son of David W. Hoyt, who is the researcher/author of the book "A Genealogical History of the Hoyt, Haight, and Hight Families." The original book had a publication date of 1871 and has 686 pages. It provides most of the information on the earlier Hoyts in the New World. It is in fact the "bible" for old Hoyt information for most Hoyt researchers. George Hoyt (formerly of Stamford CT, and an 11th generation descendant of Simon Hoyt)

    01/07/2012 11:35:57
    1. [HOYT] HOYT Family Photograph
    2. Shelley Cardiel
    3. I've "rescued" an old photograph of A. P. HOYT which was taken at the Jones Studio in Providence, Rhode Island. The photograph appears to have been taken in the 1870's with the young man in the photograph likely in his 20's at the time it was taken. The photograph was recovered along with others belonging to the Class of 1878 from Brown University including both students and faculty. Based on that knowledge I was able locate information regarding Albert Pierce HOYT who was a member of the Class of 1878 at Brown. With limited research I've gathered the following information regarding Albert and his family: Albert Pierce HOYT was b. 29 Nov 1857 in Brighton, MA to parents David Webster HOYT (b. 16 Apr 1833 in Amesbury, MA) and Mary Elizabeth PIERCE (b. 21 Jul 1834 in Roxbury, MA). It appears that Albert was the only child born to this couple, though his father married a second time in 1868 to Martha Jane GUILD and three additional siblings were born including, Elizabeth G.; Harold Williams; and Percival C. HOYT all in Providence, RI between 1870 and 1877. Albert married Anna or Annie Lunette DODGE (dau of Jared C. & Olive P. DODGE) on 15 Apr 1884 in Providence, RI. Albert died 7 Oct 1890 in Providence, RI at the age of 32. Census records provide the following information: 1870 census of Providence, RI: David W. HOYT, age 37, a Teacher, born MA Martha J. HOYT, age 34, Keeping House, born MA Albert P. HOYT, age 12, at School, born MA Elizabeth G. HOYT, age 3 months, born RI + 1 Domestic Servant 1880 census of Providence, RI: David W. HOYT, age 47, born MA, a High School Teacher, parents born MA Martha J. HOYT, wife, age 44, born MA, Keeping House, parents born MA Albert P. HOYT, son, age 22, a Bank Clerk, parents born MA Elizabeth G. HOYT, dau, age 10, born RI, at School Harold W. HOYT, son, age 7, born RI Percival C. HOYT, son, age 3, born RI + 1 House worker + 1 Dressmaker I am hoping to locate someone from this HOYT Family so that the photograph can be returned to its rightful place, with family. If you are a member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley

    01/07/2012 04:41:56
    1. Re: [HOYT] Harry Sylvester Hoyt (1894-1929?)
    2. Your lines are likely related to Simon Hoyt's second family after he moved to Stamford. In 2004 we visited Stamford viewing the downtown area where the old Hoyt Barnum house is located. The Square if filled with old history. Have not been able to locate the burial place for Simon and his wife. Hoping you will find the information you seek Doc! Bert In a message dated 6/30/2011 9:22:50 P.M. Central Daylight Time, genealogyresearch@drdocyoung.com writes: Hello Bert, I appreciate your taking the time to reply, unfortunately I do not see a connection of the Rochester NY Hoyt's to MA. Harry Sylvester Hoyt line goes back to Enoch Hoyt & Sarah Holly, Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT, about 1775-1784. Other NY locations Cairo, Greene Co., and Bergen, Genesee Co.. I am mainly interested a date of death for Harry Sylvester Hoyt, Rochester, after Sep 1928 and before 1930. His son Laverne Harry Hoyt, was born 10 Jun 1929, Rochester, NY, d. 20 Nov 2004, Swain, NY. Doc Regards, D.R. "Doc" Young - drdocyoung.com /about.html Volunteers are our most precious research tool, show your appreciation "Pay It Forward" Same Day Volunteer Researcher of this list/message board http://www.drdocyoung.com/contactme.html Blaschko/Blaskow - Begnal - Perry/Pereira Cardoso - Shaughnessy - Wilson http://drdocyoung.com/personal-lineage.html Our Ancestors Blogspot http://drdocyoung.blogspot.com Of the Greater Salt Lake Valley, UT On 6/30/2011 2:40 PM, Bhoyt1@aol.com wrote: > Am not finding your Harry Sylvester Hoyt in my research Doc. My lines go > back to Nicholas Hoyt, second son of Simon Hoyt (his first family from > England).The second family lines of Simon have NY ancestry. > My lines are from The MA Bay to CT to Deerfield, MA. From there they began > migrating west into OH, > IA, MN and the Dakotas. Some continued on to MT, WA and OR. I believe one > son of Nicholas did move > to NY. Nicholas and his wife died when the boys were quite young in > Windsor, CT. David married Sarah > Wells of Hartford, CT. The line later moved to Deerfield. David Hoyt died > during the 1704 French/Indian > Raid. My relationship is to his son Jonathan who survived capture and > returned to Deerfield about age > 18. Jonathan was of David's marriage to Mary Wilson (second marriage). He > married Mary Field of > Deerfield. David had a third marriage to Abigail Cook. She survived the > capture and remarried. > > My Hoyt lines left Deerfield in the 1800's (Elijah Hoyt and his children > moved to Strongsville, OH). > > Let me know if you not some connections to the lines mentioned above. > > Bert > > > In a message dated 6/30/2011 10:00:51 A.M. Central Daylight Time, > genealogyresearch@drdocyoung.com writes: > > Hello List Volunteers, > > I am looking for information on the death of Harry Sylvester Hoyt, b. > either 4 Jun 1894 or 12 Dec 1894, Bergen, NY, may have died in 1929, > Rochester NY. > > WWI Draft 1917, Rochester, Monroe Co. NY. > > Married to Matilda Offen, 4 Oct 1924. > > Harry is also listed in the U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer > Soldiers, 1866-1938, as follows > > Name: Harry S Hoyt > Birth Year: abt 1895 > Keyed Birth Location: Us > Birth Country: USA > Admitted Year: 1925 > Age at Admission: 30 > State: New York > County: Steuben > City: Bath > Branch: Bath Branch > > And it was sometime after his discharge 24 Jun 1925 and before 1930 > census that Harry died. > > 1920 - Harry& Matilda are living at 27 Franks St. Rochester. > > 1930 - Matilda nee Offen Hoyt, widowed, is living at 126 Cottage St, > Rochester, NY. > > http://drdocyoung.com/others/hoyt-offen/ > > > Thank you, Doc > _______________________________________________ HOYT mailing list HOYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/30/2011 05:10:59
    1. Re: [HOYT] Harry Sylvester Hoyt (1894-1929?)
    2. Doc
    3. Hello Bert, I appreciate your taking the time to reply, unfortunately I do not see a connection of the Rochester NY Hoyt's to MA. Harry Sylvester Hoyt line goes back to Enoch Hoyt & Sarah Holly, Stamford, Fairfield Co., CT, about 1775-1784. Other NY locations Cairo, Greene Co., and Bergen, Genesee Co.. I am mainly interested a date of death for Harry Sylvester Hoyt, Rochester, after Sep 1928 and before 1930. His son Laverne Harry Hoyt, was born 10 Jun 1929, Rochester, NY, d. 20 Nov 2004, Swain, NY. Doc Regards, D.R. "Doc" Young - drdocyoung.com /about.html Volunteers are our most precious research tool, show your appreciation "Pay It Forward" Same Day Volunteer Researcher of this list/message board http://www.drdocyoung.com/contactme.html Blaschko/Blaskow - Begnal - Perry/Pereira Cardoso - Shaughnessy - Wilson http://drdocyoung.com/personal-lineage.html Our Ancestors Blogspot http://drdocyoung.blogspot.com Of the Greater Salt Lake Valley, UT On 6/30/2011 2:40 PM, Bhoyt1@aol.com wrote: > Am not finding your Harry Sylvester Hoyt in my research Doc. My lines go > back to Nicholas Hoyt, second son of Simon Hoyt (his first family from > England).The second family lines of Simon have NY ancestry. > My lines are from The MA Bay to CT to Deerfield, MA. From there they began > migrating west into OH, > IA, MN and the Dakotas. Some continued on to MT, WA and OR. I believe one > son of Nicholas did move > to NY. Nicholas and his wife died when the boys were quite young in > Windsor, CT. David married Sarah > Wells of Hartford, CT. The line later moved to Deerfield. David Hoyt died > during the 1704 French/Indian > Raid. My relationship is to his son Jonathan who survived capture and > returned to Deerfield about age > 18. Jonathan was of David's marriage to Mary Wilson (second marriage). He > married Mary Field of > Deerfield. David had a third marriage to Abigail Cook. She survived the > capture and remarried. > > My Hoyt lines left Deerfield in the 1800's (Elijah Hoyt and his children > moved to Strongsville, OH). > > Let me know if you not some connections to the lines mentioned above. > > Bert > > > In a message dated 6/30/2011 10:00:51 A.M. Central Daylight Time, > genealogyresearch@drdocyoung.com writes: > > Hello List Volunteers, > > I am looking for information on the death of Harry Sylvester Hoyt, b. > either 4 Jun 1894 or 12 Dec 1894, Bergen, NY, may have died in 1929, > Rochester NY. > > WWI Draft 1917, Rochester, Monroe Co. NY. > > Married to Matilda Offen, 4 Oct 1924. > > Harry is also listed in the U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer > Soldiers, 1866-1938, as follows > > Name: Harry S Hoyt > Birth Year: abt 1895 > Keyed Birth Location: Us > Birth Country: USA > Admitted Year: 1925 > Age at Admission: 30 > State: New York > County: Steuben > City: Bath > Branch: Bath Branch > > And it was sometime after his discharge 24 Jun 1925 and before 1930 > census that Harry died. > > 1920 - Harry& Matilda are living at 27 Franks St. Rochester. > > 1930 - Matilda nee Offen Hoyt, widowed, is living at 126 Cottage St, > Rochester, NY. > > http://drdocyoung.com/others/hoyt-offen/ > > > Thank you, Doc >

    06/30/2011 02:21:31
    1. Re: [HOYT] Harry Sylvester Hoyt (1894-1929?)
    2. Am not finding your Harry Sylvester Hoyt in my research Doc. My lines go back to Nicholas Hoyt, second son of Simon Hoyt (his first family from England).The second family lines of Simon have NY ancestry. My lines are from The MA Bay to CT to Deerfield, MA. From there they began migrating west into OH, IA, MN and the Dakotas. Some continued on to MT, WA and OR. I believe one son of Nicholas did move to NY. Nicholas and his wife died when the boys were quite young in Windsor, CT. David married Sarah Wells of Hartford, CT. The line later moved to Deerfield. David Hoyt died during the 1704 French/Indian Raid. My relationship is to his son Jonathan who survived capture and returned to Deerfield about age 18. Jonathan was of David's marriage to Mary Wilson (second marriage). He married Mary Field of Deerfield. David had a third marriage to Abigail Cook. She survived the capture and remarried. My Hoyt lines left Deerfield in the 1800's (Elijah Hoyt and his children moved to Strongsville, OH). Let me know if you not some connections to the lines mentioned above. Bert In a message dated 6/30/2011 10:00:51 A.M. Central Daylight Time, genealogyresearch@drdocyoung.com writes: Hello List Volunteers, I am looking for information on the death of Harry Sylvester Hoyt, b. either 4 Jun 1894 or 12 Dec 1894, Bergen, NY, may have died in 1929, Rochester NY. WWI Draft 1917, Rochester, Monroe Co. NY. Married to Matilda Offen, 4 Oct 1924. Harry is also listed in the U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938, as follows Name: Harry S Hoyt Birth Year: abt 1895 Keyed Birth Location: Us Birth Country: USA Admitted Year: 1925 Age at Admission: 30 State: New York County: Steuben City: Bath Branch: Bath Branch And it was sometime after his discharge 24 Jun 1925 and before 1930 census that Harry died. 1920 - Harry & Matilda are living at 27 Franks St. Rochester. 1930 - Matilda nee Offen Hoyt, widowed, is living at 126 Cottage St, Rochester, NY. http://drdocyoung.com/others/hoyt-offen/ Thank you, Doc -- Regards, D.R. "Doc" Young - drdocyoung.com /about.html Volunteers are our most precious research tool, show your appreciation "Pay It Forward" Same Day Volunteer Researcher of this list/message board http://www.drdocyoung.com/contactme.html Blaschko/Blaskow - Begnal - Perry/Pereira Cardoso - Shaughnessy - Wilson http://drdocyoung.com/personal-lineage.html Our Ancestors Blogspot http://drdocyoung.blogspot.com Of the Greater Salt Lake Valley, UT _______________________________________________ HOYT mailing list HOYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/30/2011 10:40:47
    1. [HOYT] Harry Sylvester Hoyt (1894-1929?)
    2. Doc
    3. Hello List Volunteers, I am looking for information on the death of Harry Sylvester Hoyt, b. either 4 Jun 1894 or 12 Dec 1894, Bergen, NY, may have died in 1929, Rochester NY. WWI Draft 1917, Rochester, Monroe Co. NY. Married to Matilda Offen, 4 Oct 1924. Harry is also listed in the U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938, as follows Name: Harry S Hoyt Birth Year: abt 1895 Keyed Birth Location: Us Birth Country: USA Admitted Year: 1925 Age at Admission: 30 State: New York County: Steuben City: Bath Branch: Bath Branch And it was sometime after his discharge 24 Jun 1925 and before 1930 census that Harry died. 1920 - Harry & Matilda are living at 27 Franks St. Rochester. 1930 - Matilda nee Offen Hoyt, widowed, is living at 126 Cottage St, Rochester, NY. http://drdocyoung.com/others/hoyt-offen/ Thank you, Doc -- Regards, D.R. "Doc" Young - drdocyoung.com /about.html Volunteers are our most precious research tool, show your appreciation "Pay It Forward" Same Day Volunteer Researcher of this list/message board http://www.drdocyoung.com/contactme.html Blaschko/Blaskow - Begnal - Perry/Pereira Cardoso - Shaughnessy - Wilson http://drdocyoung.com/personal-lineage.html Our Ancestors Blogspot http://drdocyoung.blogspot.com Of the Greater Salt Lake Valley, UT

    06/30/2011 02:58:59
    1. Re: [HOYT] Sarah B Hoyt NH/MA 1841-1913
    2. Donna- Thanks much. I'll study it. John Vincnet

    06/16/2011 04:20:48
    1. Re: [HOYT] Sarah B Hoyt NH/MA 1841-1913
    2. Hinds6
    3. Hi, I am going to send you the info on my husband's Vincent family. Just a brief outlook of it, but it can give you some idea. Zachariah Vincent and Mary Elizabeth Aldridge James Vincent, son of William Vincent and Lydia Norman, married Sarah Barnaby Had children [James and Sarah] Letice, Sarah, John, Mary, David, Sydonia, Phineas, Zachariah, Elijah So then we come to Zachariah. Zachariah Sr. born `18 Jan. 1784 [or was christened then???] and married Mary Elizabeth Aldridge[sometimes she went by Mary and sometimes Elizabeth]13 June 1806 Little Saxham, England. She was born about 1788 Little Saxham, Suffolk, England and died 1832 Clinton County, New York. Zachariah went on to marry Phoebe ????? Zachariah died 29 August 1867 Clinton County, New York and is buried at Ellenburg Corners, Clinton Co., NY. Their children: David, Maria, Maria, Mary, Daniel, Emmanuel, Mary, James Abel, Zachariah Jr.. He and Phoebe had Lucy, Daniel, John. David went into Ireland and fought in the Irish Army, and there he met Rosanna McGee and they married 9 Jan. 1830 Belfast, Ireland. with Rev. Alexander officiating. Then they came to the US and David joined the Union Army and fought in the Civil War. enlisted 27 April 1861 as Pvt. at West Chazy, NY and was discharged 18 March 1863 due to disability. Their children: Elizabeth, Mary, David, Lydia, Sarah Ann, and Francis B. Maria christened 8 Feb. 1809 and was buried 12 Feb. 1809. Maria christened 16 Sept. 1810 and died 14 March 1874 Clinton County, NY and buried at Old Clintonville Cemetery. She married 9 June 1828 Fressingfield, England to William Baxter. She is listed as Mariah on most things and someone told me that if they were Catholic it was Maria, but otherwise Mariah???? She is my husband's great great grandmother. William Baxter and Mariah's children: John, David, Mary Ann, Sarah Ann, Daniel, William Henry, Hannah Elizabeth, Samuel, Rosanna M.,Prince Albert, Victoria M., Emily Alia. Rosanna was my husband's great grandmother, and she married Horace Helbert Hinds. Mary christened or born 12 April 1812 and died 2 June 1815 Daniel ----we have no info on him other than date of birth or christening listed as 20 July 1814 Emmanuel born or christened 7 Oct. 1816 and was buried 22 Dec. 1816 Mary born 18 Dec. 1817 James Abel [or Able] christened 23 May 1819 and died 9 October 1877 Clinton County, NY and buried at Methodist Cemetery Ellenburg Corners, NY Married #1 Lucinda Grace and then #2 Joanna Leonard children of James and Lucinda: James Howard, Jerious [Jerry] Ellsworth, and then James and Joanna had Zachariah. Joanna had a son George Rodden by her first marriage, and he died or was killed and James adopted George. Zachariah Jr. born 13 Jan. 1825 and died 22 January 1890 Burke, Franklin County, NY and is buried at Hampson/Ridgeway cemetery there. Married #1 Harriet Twoishmond [not sure of spelling as have seen an couple or so different spellings of her last name] and after she died married Ann Eliza [or Elizabeth] Racey/Rasey. Children of Zachariah Jr. and Harriet: Silas W. [married his cousin, Victoria M. Baxter, daughter of Mariah and William Baxter], Martin V., Sylvia Ann [married her cousin, Prince Albert Baxter, son of Mariah and William Baxter ], Charles Myron, Zachariah III, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Mary Ann, James. children of Zachariah Jr. and Ann Eliza: Daniel David, Bethuel Benjamin, Giles Edgar, Harriet Maria, Temperance Tynnette, Lenora Angela, Willis Worden, Alzina Alleta, Lyman Elmer, Ellen Emogene Myrtle Don't have information of Zachariah and Phoebe's children. Daniel born August 1842 served in the Civil War and was disabled and received a pension. D Co 96th Regt NY Inf. Enlisted 25 Dec. 1861 and discharged Feb. 1865 New Berne, North Carolina John born Feb. 1844 NY and died 1 July 1864 Moranzee, Louisiana. his pension papers said he died of disease there. served in the Civil War enlisted 29 Dec. 1863 Plattsburgh, NY and died of Chronic Diarrhea. It is quite amazing how you family names are so similar. So, my husband's line is Mariah Vincent and William Baxter Rosanna M. Baxter and Horace Helbert Hinds Emerson Drown Hinds and Ruth Emma May Mc Cauley Prince Albert Hinds and Mary Laveta Noice William Dale Hinds and Donna Lou McDougle [me] Keep in touch as it would be interesting to know just where your family came into this. My mother's mother was a Hoyt so I have the Hoyt line too. I was born in 1937 and just turned 74. My husband is 75 until October and he gains a year [???] on me Donna -----Original Message----- From: JLVincent1927 <JLVincent1927@aol.com> To: hoyt <hoyt@rootsweb.com> Sent: Sun, Jun 12, 2011 3:59 pm Subject: Re: [HOYT] Sarah B Hoyt NH/MA 1841-1913 Bert- hanks for your response. I only have a dozen or so Hoyts on my file, all rom around Rockingham, NH. he Hoyts are not a direct line for me but date back to Daniel Hoyt b. 715, probably in NH. 'll keep looking for information on my ancestor David Vincent. ohn Vincent ______________________________________________ OYT mailing list OYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- o unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com ith the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of he message

    06/15/2011 06:26:40
    1. Re: [HOYT] Sarah B Hoyt NH/MA 1841-1913
    2. Bert- Thanks for your response. I only have a dozen or so Hoyts on my file, all from around Rockingham, NH. The Hoyts are not a direct line for me but date back to Daniel Hoyt b. 1715, probably in NH. I'll keep looking for information on my ancestor David Vincent. John Vincent

    06/12/2011 12:56:56
    1. Re: [HOYT] Sarah B Hoyt NH/MA 1841-1913
    2. Thank for you John for your notes!! Have a lot of Sarah Hoyts but none that fit Sarah B. and no entries for the Vincent lines. My lines are through second son of Simon Hoyt, Nicholas Hoyt and his son David Hoyt and his marriage to Mary Wilson. The lines go from MA Bay to Windsor, CT to Deerfield, MA. David Hoyt first married Sarah Wells of the Hartford, CT Wells then Mary Wilson. My line is through son Jonathan Hoyt of Deerfield. Am sure we have a cousin connect, possibly through the second family of Simon Hoyt? DNA results verify many Hoyt men relate to the first and second families of Simon Hoyt who died in Stamford, CT. Let me know if the above notes reveal a way our families connect. Bert In a message dated 6/10/2011 10:51:31 P.M. Central Daylight Time, JLVincent1927@aol.com writes: Seeking information on Sarah B Vincent Hoyt's father, David Vincent (b. abt 1807) who was in 1840 Concord, NH Census with spouse Betsey C Fellows Vincent (b. 12 May 1805) and son George K Vincent (b. 1839). Sarah was b. 22 June 1841 in Concord, NH d. 1913, Newton, MA. (David Vincent may have been b. 21 Aug 1807 Suffolk, Eng. to Zachariah Vincent and Elizabeth Aldridge Vincent) Thanks, John Vincent, Arizona _______________________________________________ HOYT mailing list HOYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    06/11/2011 04:40:38
    1. [HOYT] Sarah B Hoyt NH/MA 1841-1913
    2. Seeking information on Sarah B Vincent Hoyt's father, David Vincent (b. abt 1807) who was in 1840 Concord, NH Census with spouse Betsey C Fellows Vincent (b. 12 May 1805) and son George K Vincent (b. 1839). Sarah was b. 22 June 1841 in Concord, NH d. 1913, Newton, MA. (David Vincent may have been b. 21 Aug 1807 Suffolk, Eng. to Zachariah Vincent and Elizabeth Aldridge Vincent) Thanks, John Vincent, Arizona

    06/10/2011 05:49:50
    1. Re: [HOYT] Betsy Kilbourn married to Aaron Hoyt (?parents?)
    2. Hi Barbara, There are two Hoyt immigrants that virtually all USA Hoyt's descend from. They are John Hoyt who arrived in MA about 1635, and Simon Hoyt who arrived in MA in 1628. These Hoyt's appear to be unrelated to each other. Simon had several more sons than John and so about 2/3's of us are descendants of Simon. However, I have found the following 4th generation John Hoyt descendant: Children of Abner & Hannah Hoyt: 7.) Aaron b. Sep 20, 1771; married Betty Kilborn, Jan 31, 1793; He died March 12, 1853. They lived in Weare, NH. Wid. Betty is still living with her son Hoarce J. (Hoyt). This citation was published in in this form in 1871 by David W. Hoyt. [A Genealogical History of the Hoyt, Haight, and Hight Families; second edition, published originally in 1871. Currently available through the Picton Press in several editions.] In addition from his book is the following reference for this family. Please note that Aaron changed the spelling of his last name to Hoit. This is a common variation among Hoyt descendants. Other children of Aaron & Betty (Kilborn) (Hoyt) Hoit were: 1. Jesse b. 09 Nov 1793 d. same day. 2. Jesse b. 11 Dec 1794; m. Abigail Morgan; Died 11 Sep 1853 3. Abigail, b. 27 Dec 1796; m. Richard Hoyt 4. Kilborn, b. 25 May 1799; m. Asenath Bailey; lived in Dunbarton, went West, and was last heard from in Louisiana or Texas. His wife is living in S. Natick, MS; had 3 or 4 children. 5. Betsy b. 16 Dec 1800; m. Assa Stickney, and 2nd, Heman J. Smith. 6. Aaron b. 03 Sep 1802; died 05 Feb 1803. 7. Mehitable, b. 11 Apr 1804; m. Nathan Blanchard. 8. Aaron, b. 07 Sep 1806; died single, 02 Oct 1832. 9. Hannah, b. 09 May 1809; m. 1st, Joseph Lovekin, and 2nd, Joseph L. Fogg. 10. Emily, b. 19 May 1811; m. William C. Simonds. 11. Horace J., b. 08 Jan 1815; m. Mary Feltch, has children; lives in Weare, NH. You can consider this as a primary source since Prof Hoyt developed the above citation while your Betty Kilborn Hoit was still living. The citation offers no information regarding Betty's parents. I suspect that most of the data you have seen floundering on the internet is taken from this source. I also checked the US Federal Census of 1850, and found Aaron and Betsy Hoit living in Weare, NH. Aaron is listed as 79 yrs, and Betsy is listed as 77 yrs. the date of this Census was July 31, 1850. So Betsy kilborn was born in either 1773 or 1774 in NH. I also saw their son Horace listed on the same census page. Then I found Betsy in the US Federal Census of 1860 living with Horace J. Hoit (her son) in Weare, NH. This census was done on June 12, 1860, and lists Betsy's age as 86. It also lists her birthplace as Massachusetts instead of NH as stated in the 1850 census. The last possible lead is a citation as follows: Betty Kilborn Birth Date: 1773 Birthplace: New Hampshire Vol 96 Page 95 AGBI Source: Gen. Column of the "Boston Transcript". 1906-1941. (The greatest single source of material for gen. data for the N.E. area and for the period 1600-1800. Completely indexed in the Index.): 19 Dec 1928, 7975. I hope this at least confirms your confidence in the assumptions that you are using. Good Luck. Mike Hoyt ---- Bacolbu@aol.com wrote: > For years I have been looking for the parents of Betsy (Betty) Kilbourn > (spelled various ways - Kilourne etc) who married 31 January 1793 Aaron > Hoyt > of Weare, NH and son of Abner Hoyt and Hannah Eastman. Betsy died June 21 > 1862 and is buried at Sugar Hill Cemetery in Weare, NH, next to her > husband, > Aaron Hoyt. Somewhere I got the information that Betsy died at 88 years 8 > months and 2 days. I may have gotten this from her grave stone. If I go on > to the various birth date calculaters her date of birth comes out as > October > 19, 1773. Does this appear correct to you? Anyway when I go on to many > various sites they have her date of birth as May, 1773 but never list a > parent. They only show her as wife to Aaron. So am I the only one who > thinks the > October date may be correct? I have continued to research many Kilbourn > families in New England and found one that "may" be hers. There is a Paul > Kilborn and Mehetabel Nelson who married in Rowley. They had a daughter, > with > the name Elizabeth only her d.o.b is December 19, 1773, different from > Betsy's date of birth by two months exactly. Paul died in 1782 and then a > widow > Mehetibel Kilbourn shows up before 1793 in Weare, NH, same town as Betsy > lives with her Hoyt family. Mehetabel marries a Samuel Hoyt (I wonder if > this Samuel is closely related to Aaron?) and then Samuel and Mehetabel > move > from Weare. Seems like some sort of circumstantial evidence that > Mehetabel > may be Betsy's mother. All of this leads me to suspect that my Betsy > Kilbourn is the daughter of Paul Kilborn and Mehetabel Nelson of Rowley. > (although > I still have the two month gap for the d.o.b.) > > I have never seem anyone write down parents for Betsy. Does anyone have > any > thoughts or information regarding this possibility? I appreciate any > ideas. Thanks in advance > > Barbara > _______________________________________________ > HOYT mailing list > HOYT@rootsweb.com > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/28/2010 04:42:48
    1. Re: [HOYT] Betsy Kilbourn married to Aaron Hoyt (?parents?)
    2. My Hoyt ancestry is back to Simon Hoyt (1629 MA Bay Colony). His son Nicholas had son David who became an early settler in Deerfield, MA. David had son Jonathan of Deerfield. (1688-1779). My lines were only in MA, CT and later migrations west to OH, IA, MN and the Dakotas. My lines did include Samuels but couldn't fit one to Mehitable. familysearch.org has Aaron Hoyt who married Eliz. or Betty Kilborn of Weare, Hillsboro, NH. He was the son of Abner Hoyt and Hannah Eastman as you noted. Abner was the son of Benjamin Hoyt and Mary Collins (1706-1745)(and Mary 1710-. They were of Rockingham, NH. The Eastman line of Hannah goes upward to Jacob and Elizabeth Brown. Jacob was the son of Zechariah Eastman and Martha Thorn or Thone. Elizabeth Brown was the daughter of Ephaim George Brown and Lydia Eastman (1600's). Thus a double connection with the Eastman lines. My apologies for not being much help. Have you tried rootsweb.com ancestry.com or familysearch. org? Sometimes putting married couples in the search panel gives clues to missing connections. Good luck Barbara with your research! Bert In a message dated 3/28/2010 12:58:23 P.M. Central Daylight Time, Bacolbu@aol.com writes: For years I have been looking for the parents of Betsy (Betty) Kilbourn (spelled various ways - Kilourne etc) who married 31 January 1793 Aaron Hoyt of Weare, NH and son of Abner Hoyt and Hannah Eastman. Betsy died June 21 1862 and is buried at Sugar Hill Cemetery in Weare, NH, next to her husband, Aaron Hoyt. Somewhere I got the information that Betsy died at 88 years 8 months and 2 days. I may have gotten this from her grave stone. If I go on to the various birth date calculaters her date of birth comes out as October 19, 1773. Does this appear correct to you? Anyway when I go on to many various sites they have her date of birth as May, 1773 but never list a parent. They only show her as wife to Aaron. So am I the only one who thinks the October date may be correct? I have continued to research many Kilbourn families in New England and found one that "may" be hers. There is a Paul Kilborn and Mehetabel Nelson who married in Rowley. They had a daughter, with the name Elizabeth only her d.o.b is December 19, 1773, different from Betsy's date of birth by two months exactly. Paul died in 1782 and then a widow Mehetibel Kilbourn shows up before 1793 in Weare, NH, same town as Betsy lives with her Hoyt family. Mehetabel marries a Samuel Hoyt (I wonder if this Samuel is closely related to Aaron?) and then Samuel and Mehetabel move from Weare. Seems like some sort of circumstantial evidence that Mehetabel may be Betsy's mother. All of this leads me to suspect that my Betsy Kilbourn is the daughter of Paul Kilborn and Mehetabel Nelson of Rowley. (although I still have the two month gap for the d.o.b.) I have never seem anyone write down parents for Betsy. Does anyone have any thoughts or information regarding this possibility? I appreciate any ideas. Thanks in advance Barbara _______________________________________________ HOYT mailing list HOYT@rootsweb.com ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to HOYT-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/28/2010 12:50:06
    1. Re: [HOYT] Betsy Kilbourn married to Aaron Hoyt (?parents?)
    2. For years I have been looking for the parents of Betsy (Betty) Kilbourn (spelled various ways - Kilourne etc) who married 31 January 1793 Aaron Hoyt of Weare, NH and son of Abner Hoyt and Hannah Eastman. Betsy died June 21 1862 and is buried at Sugar Hill Cemetery in Weare, NH, next to her husband, Aaron Hoyt. Somewhere I got the information that Betsy died at 88 years 8 months and 2 days. I may have gotten this from her grave stone. If I go on to the various birth date calculaters her date of birth comes out as October 19, 1773. Does this appear correct to you? Anyway when I go on to many various sites they have her date of birth as May, 1773 but never list a parent. They only show her as wife to Aaron. So am I the only one who thinks the October date may be correct? I have continued to research many Kilbourn families in New England and found one that "may" be hers. There is a Paul Kilborn and Mehetabel Nelson who married in Rowley. They had a daughter, with the name Elizabeth only her d.o.b is December 19, 1773, different from Betsy's date of birth by two months exactly. Paul died in 1782 and then a widow Mehetibel Kilbourn shows up before 1793 in Weare, NH, same town as Betsy lives with her Hoyt family. Mehetabel marries a Samuel Hoyt (I wonder if this Samuel is closely related to Aaron?) and then Samuel and Mehetabel move from Weare. Seems like some sort of circumstantial evidence that Mehetabel may be Betsy's mother. All of this leads me to suspect that my Betsy Kilbourn is the daughter of Paul Kilborn and Mehetabel Nelson of Rowley. (although I still have the two month gap for the d.o.b.) I have never seem anyone write down parents for Betsy. Does anyone have any thoughts or information regarding this possibility? I appreciate any ideas. Thanks in advance Barbara

    03/28/2010 07:57:49
    1. [HOYT] Daniel Hoyt - Debra Winchell
    2. Margie Florentino
    3. According to the Hoyt family history, Daniel Hoyt was b: 1, Feb., 1773 in NH to Jonathan b: 8, Dec., 1731, d: abt. 1806,m: 1st, Sarah Shepherd of Salisbury MA, 24, Jane., 1753. Some family trees show her as his mo and d: abt. Nov., 1773. Jonathan had 2 other wives and is said to have had 21 chil; the family history says they found the names of only 19, the other two probably died young. 2nd wife - Elizabeth (Eastman) Currier - wid. of Moses, 3rd - Phebe Marshall. Daniel's sibs are: Isreal6, b:1754, Jonathan6, b: 1756, Levi6, b: 1759,, Sarah, b: 1761, Enos6, b: 1764, Phineas6, b: 1766, Benjamin, b:1770, then Daniel. Hope this helps you. dewpoint75

    04/27/2009 07:42:05