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This page will contain photogaphs found of Family Descendants through son Thomas Doremus, b. abt April 11, 1687


Fransoes (Francis) Doremus
Ref. #E00127
War of 1812

Fransoes (Francis) Doremus, b. 20 Aug 1787, at Montville, Morris County, N.J., (Montville was prob. a new name for Doremustown), son of Capt. Thomas C. Doremus, and his wife, Rachel Spier;

m. 1st. 24 Dec. 1808, Phoebe Smith, b. 2 Mar. 1789; d. 10 Dec. 1814, and she was bur. in St. Mark's church yard, New York City;
m.2nd., 5 Aug. 1815, Eliza DeHart Canfield, of Morris Plains, N.J., b. 28 Mar. 1791, dau. of Isaac Canfield and Margaret Caldwell, the latter being the dau. of the Rev. James Caldwell, "Fighting Parson," of Springfield, N.J.

Francis Doremus was a merchant, in New York, and had the misfortune to be burnt out twice, the second time most disastrously, in the great fire of 1835.


He served as adjutant on the staff of Col. J. Ward, in the New York militia in the War of 1812.

He was of a sweet disposition, beloved by all his family, and respected by all who knew him. He was a finely-educated man, and mingled in the first literary circles of the metropolis, counting such men as William Cullen Bryant among his intimate friends.

He d. 12 Sept. 1876, at Palisades, N.Y., she d. 3 Feb. 1866


Elias Osborn Doremus
Ref. # E00633

 


William Littell Doremus
Ref. # E00636

 


Augustus Boyd Doremus
Ref. # E00639
Doctor Augustus Boyd Doremus was born on the 4th of July 1842 in St. Landry's Parish, Louisiana. Doctor Doremus enlisted in Company A 28th Louisiana Infantry as a second Lieutenant. Doremus served as adjutant to General Pemberton during the siege of Vicksburg. After Vicksburg surrendered on July 4th, 1863, Doremus was paroled and later exchanged.
Following the war, he received his degree in dentistry and eventually settled in Santa Barbara in 1891. In recognition of his service on the Santa Barbara Parks Board, he is known as the Father of Santa Barbara's many parks. Doctor Doremus died November 22, 1937, and is buried in the Santa Barbara cemetery.

Source: http://www.scvcalifornia.net/DEADERICK.htm


Rhoda Augusta Doremus
Ref. # E00641

 


Thomas Lampson Doremus
Ref. # E00643

 



Ref. # E00658

Henry Meade Doremus, -- also known as Henry M. Doremus -- of Newark, Essex County, N.J. Republican. Mayor of Newark, N.J., 1903-07; delegate to Republican National Convention from New Jersey, 1904, 1916, 1920. Interment at Fairmount Cemetery, Newark, N.J.

 


Sarah Platt Haines Doremus

 


William Nelson
William Nelson originally authored our family tree. A lawyer, historian and member of Historic Society published

 


Contributed by
Stan Doremus

Stanley Doremus
This was a holiday family gathering. Easter, I think. Got to wear my new Eisenhower Jacket. In this picture are my cousins with me on the far left.
The car in the background was an uncles brand new car. Pretty spiffy!

 

 



 

 

 


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