Sarah Wells

F, #111698, b. circa 1792, d. after 1833
  • Reference: W015
  • Married Name: circa 1820; Mrs. Sarah Tanner (Wells); married Joshua Tanner

Samuel Wells

M, #111699, b. circa 1810
  • Reference: W015

Lydia Wells

F, #111700, b. 1815
  • Reference: W015
  • (Witness) Note: 7 July 1832; named guardian for Samuel and Lydia WELLS; Principal=Nathan Arieal Royal Wells
  • Name Variation: circa 1835; Mrs. Nathan Arieal Buck (Wells);
    Spouse

    Photo
    Walter Buck

    1812–1852

Antham Wells

M, #111701, b. 1800, d. after 1860
  • Name Variation: Austham Wells
  • (Head of Household) Census*: 1860; Queensbury, Warren Co., New York, USA; 1860 United States Federal Census

    Name:      Antham Wells
    Age:      60
    Birth Year:      abt 1800
    Gender:      Male
    Birth Place:      Canada
    Home in 1860:      Queensbury, Warren, New York
    Post Office:      Glens Falls
    Dwelling Number:      1351
    Family Number:      0
    Occupation:      Laborer
    Real Estate Value:      600
    Household Members:      
    Name      Age
    Antham Wells      60
    Rachael Wells      54
    Elias S Wells      36; Witness=Rachel _____, Witness=Elias S Wells

Family: Rachel _____ b. 1806, d. a 1860

Rachel _____

F, #111702, b. 1806, d. after 1860
  • Married Name: circa 1820; Mrs. Wells (_____)
  • (Witness) Census: 1860; Queensbury, Warren Co., New York, USA; 1860 United States Federal Census

    Name:      Antham Wells
    Age:      60
    Birth Year:      abt 1800
    Gender:      Male
    Birth Place:      Canada
    Home in 1860:      Queensbury, Warren, New York
    Post Office:      Glens Falls
    Dwelling Number:      1351
    Family Number:      0
    Occupation:      Laborer
    Real Estate Value:      600
    Household Members:      
    Name      Age
    Antham Wells      60
    Rachael Wells      54
    Elias S Wells      36; Head of Household=Antham Wells

Family: Antham Wells b. 1800, d. a 1860

Elias S Wells

M, #111703, b. 1824
  • (Witness) Census: 1860; Queensbury, Warren Co., New York, USA; 1860 United States Federal Census

    Name:      Antham Wells
    Age:      60
    Birth Year:      abt 1800
    Gender:      Male
    Birth Place:      Canada
    Home in 1860:      Queensbury, Warren, New York
    Post Office:      Glens Falls
    Dwelling Number:      1351
    Family Number:      0
    Occupation:      Laborer
    Real Estate Value:      600
    Household Members:      
    Name      Age
    Antham Wells      60
    Rachael Wells      54
    Elias S Wells      36; Head of Household=Antham Wells

Franklin Wells

M, #111704, b. 30 September 1816, d. 10 December 1824
  • Reference: W015

Samuel Wells

M, #111705, b. 9 July 1807, d. 4 August 1820
  • Reference: W015

Sarah Wells

F, #111706, b. 1797, d. 30 November 1823
  • Reference: W015

Nathan Arieal Wells (1)

M, #111707, b. June 1814, d. 30 April 1816
  • Reference: W015

George Henry Wells

M, #111708, b. 26 June 1843, d. 19 August 1849
  • Reference: W015
  • Birth*: 26 June 1843; prob., Luzerne, Warren Co., New York, USA
  • Death*: 19 August 1849; prob., Luzerne, Warren Co., New York, USA; U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, 1850-1885

    Name:      George H Wells
    Gender:      Male
    Estimated Birth Year:      abt 1842
    Birth Place:      New York
    Age:      7
    Death Date:      Aug 1849
    Cause of Death:      Diarrhea
    Census Year:      1850
    Census Place:      Luzerne, Warren, New York, USA
    LINE:      9

Edmund Welles

M, #111709, b. circa 1770, d. after 3 October 1833
  • Reference: W015
  • Nam-Std: Wells

Sybil A Black

F, #111710, b. circa 1830
  • Birth*: circa 1830
  • (Bride) Marriage*: 1856; prob., Bolton, Warren Co., New York, USA; Wells, Henry, p. o. Bolton, was born in Queensbury, June 21st, 1826, and settled in Bolton on
    his present homestead in 1875. Was married in 1856 to Miss Sybil A. Black, and they have
    two children, Frederick and Nelson. Frederick was married in 1882 to Miss Ella Gates, and
    they have one son, Charles H. Mr. Wells was a son of Benjamin and Anna (Dean) Wells.; Groom=Henry Wells
  • Married Name: 1856; Mrs. Wells (Black)

Family: Henry Wells b. 21 Jun 1826

Frederick Wells

M, #111711, b. circa 1857

Nelson Wells

M, #111712, b. circa 1860

Helen Jarse

F, #111713, b. 1843, d. 2 September 1922
  • Birth*: 1843; prob., Moreau, Saratoga Co., New York, USA
  • (Bride) Marriage*: 1 March 1865; prob., Warren Co., New York, USA; Wells, J. Freeman, son of Benjamin T. Wells, was born September 10th, 1844, in Horicon.
    Is a farmer and owns a farm of 125 acres, comprising the homestead. Is prominently identified
    with the public affairs of Horicon. Is serving his second term as justice of the peace and is
    supervisor of his town. He owns the finest livery on SchroonLake. March 1st, 1865, he mar-
    ried Helen Jarse, of Glens Falls, and they have two children, Benjamin T. and Cora; Groom=James Freeman Wells1
  • Death*: 2 September 1922; Horicon, Warren Co., New York, USA
  • Name Variation: Ellen M Jarse
  • Married Name: 1 March 1865; Mrs. Wells (Jarse)

Family: James Freeman Wells b. 10 Sep 1844, d. 23 May 1907

Citations

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    OF



    WA RREN COUNTY



    WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
    OF SOME OF ITS PROMINENT MEN AND PIONEERS



    EDITED BY

    H. P. SMITH



    SYRACUSE, N. Y.

    D. MASON & CO.. PUBLISHERS

    1885
    History of Warren County, New York with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers.

Benjamin Thomas Wells

M, #111714, b. 16 November 1882, d. 8 March 1968
  • Reference: W010
  • Milt-Event: 1942; Schenevus, Otsego Co., New York, USA; U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942

    Name:      Benjamin Thomas Wells
    Gender:      Male
    Race:      White
    Residence Age:      60
    Birth Date:      16 Nov 1882
    Birth Place:      Adirondack, New York, USA
    Residence Date:      1942
    Residence Place:      Schenevus, New York, USA
    Relationship to Draftee:      Head
    Military Draft Date:      1942
    Occupation:      Self
    Height:      5 10
    Eye Color:      Brown
    Hair Color:      Black
    Weight:      160
    Complexion:      Ruddy

Family: Jane M Emeny b. 10 May 1883, d. 1958

Cora Wells

F, #111715, b. circa 1868
  • Reference: W010

Helen Pauline Weatherhead

F, #111716, b. 14 February 1835, d. 1929
  • Married Name: 1 January 1855; Mrs. Wells (Weatherhead)

Family: Thomas B Wells b. 7 Jun 1833, d. 7 Oct 1909

George T Rockwell

M, #111717, b. circa 1810
  • Birth*: circa 1810; prob., Luzerne, Warren Co., New York, USA
  • (Groom) Marriage*: 12 September 1831; prob., Luzerne, Warren Co., New York, USA; Rockwell, Chas. L., p. o. Glens Falls, was born in Luzerne on the 22d day of March, 1849.
    His brothers, George and Hiram Rockwell, began the construction of the Rockwell House at
    Glens Falls, in 1871. Before the building was completed Charles Rockwell bought out the in-
    terest of George Rockwell, and in company with Hiram finished the house and in 1872 opened
    it for the reception of guests. In January, 1878, he became sole manager of the business. His
    father, George T. Rockwell, is the venerable and widely known proprietor of Rockwell's-
    Hotel in Luzerne. The mother of Charles L. Rockwell was, before her marriage with George
    T. Rockwell, Miss Eunice Wells. In 1870, Charles L. married Miss Helen Lapham, of Glens-
    Falls. They have three children : Bertha B. George T., and Helen Rockwell.; Bride=Eunice Wells1

Family: Eunice Wells b. c 1810

Citations

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    OF



    WA RREN COUNTY



    WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
    OF SOME OF ITS PROMINENT MEN AND PIONEERS



    EDITED BY

    H. P. SMITH



    SYRACUSE, N. Y.

    D. MASON & CO.. PUBLISHERS

    1885
    History of Warren County, New York with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers.

Eunice Wells

F, #111718, b. circa 1810
  • Reference: W015
  • Birth*: circa 1810; prob., Luzerne, Warren Co., New York, USA; Nathan A. Wells, a lumberman, dwelt in the building now occupied by Peter Pulver.

    George T. Rockwell became his son-in-law on the 12th of Septem-
    ber, 1 831. William H. Wells and Reuben Wells were sons of Nathan A. Wells.1
  • (Bride) Marriage*: 12 September 1831; prob., Luzerne, Warren Co., New York, USA; Rockwell, Chas. L., p. o. Glens Falls, was born in Luzerne on the 22d day of March, 1849.
    His brothers, George and Hiram Rockwell, began the construction of the Rockwell House at
    Glens Falls, in 1871. Before the building was completed Charles Rockwell bought out the in-
    terest of George Rockwell, and in company with Hiram finished the house and in 1872 opened
    it for the reception of guests. In January, 1878, he became sole manager of the business. His
    father, George T. Rockwell, is the venerable and widely known proprietor of Rockwell's-
    Hotel in Luzerne. The mother of Charles L. Rockwell was, before her marriage with George
    T. Rockwell, Miss Eunice Wells. In 1870, Charles L. married Miss Helen Lapham, of Glens-
    Falls. They have three children : Bertha B. George T., and Helen Rockwell.; Groom=George T Rockwell1
  • Married Name: 12 September 1831; Mrs. Rockwell (Wells)

Family: George T Rockwell b. c 1810

Citations

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    OF



    WA RREN COUNTY



    WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
    OF SOME OF ITS PROMINENT MEN AND PIONEERS



    EDITED BY

    H. P. SMITH



    SYRACUSE, N. Y.

    D. MASON & CO.. PUBLISHERS

    1885
    History of Warren County, New York with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers.

James Wells

M, #111719, b. circa 1820
  • Occupation*: 1848; Foundry Owner, Glen Falls, Warren Co., New York, USA; Sold Foundry to a Mr. Dix and Mr. Hopkins

    The oldest manufacturing business now in Glens Falls is the foundry and
    machine shop of J. L. & S. B. Dix. The business was established about the
    year 1844 by James Wells. In 1848 Hopkins & Dix bought out Wells, and
    continued the business until 18541

Citations

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    OF



    WA RREN COUNTY



    WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
    OF SOME OF ITS PROMINENT MEN AND PIONEERS



    EDITED BY

    H. P. SMITH



    SYRACUSE, N. Y.

    D. MASON & CO.. PUBLISHERS

    1885
    History of Warren County, New York with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers.

Rev. George B Wells

M, #111720, b. circa 1810
  • Occupation*: between 1836 and 1838; Warren Co., New York, USA; In 1836 George B. Wells was made a licentiate, and in 1838 was ordained.

Joseph Wells

M, #111721, b. circa 1790
  • Birth*: circa 1790; of, Thurman, Warren Co., New York, USA; early settlers include Joseph Wells

    History of Warren County.

    The town was taken from the old town of Thurman on the 6th of April,
    1805. The records for the first two years are not to be found. The officers for
    1807, however, are given, as it gives a good partial list of the early settlers here:
    Supervisor, John Richards; assessors, Norris Hopkins, Archibald Noble, Henry
    Allen ; highway commissioners, Joseph Wilcox, Edward Noble, Nathaniel
    Trumble ; constable and collector, Joseph Hopper ; constable, Lyman Lee ;
    fence viewers, Andrus Weaver, William Leach ; overseers of the poor, Rob-
    ert Armstrong, James Parker ; committee to build pound, Joseph Hopper,
    Lemuel Humphrey, John Thurman ; pathmasters. Job Wood, Reynolds
    Weaver, Joseph Wells, Lemuel Harndon, Charles J. Wetmore, Edward Noble,
    Samuel Morehouse, David Kibby, Samuel Somerville, Samuel Ross, Samuel
    Baxter, John Pasco, Richard Stratton, Archibald Washburn, Archibald Noble,
    Abiram Galusha.1

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    OF



    WA RREN COUNTY



    WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
    OF SOME OF ITS PROMINENT MEN AND PIONEERS



    EDITED BY

    H. P. SMITH



    SYRACUSE, N. Y.

    D. MASON & CO.. PUBLISHERS

    1885
    History of Warren County, New York with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers.

Hiram Wells

M, #111722, b. circa 1790
  • Note*: circa 1847; Warren Co., New York, USA; " Among the pioneers in thfs church were Elmore Pratt and wife, Hiram
    Wells and wife, Joseph Wells, Isaac Cole, Linus Bishop, Rev. R. M. Little,
    the Swartout family, the Burnhams, Isaac Hill, Alexander Robertson, William
    McEchron, D. C. Holman and others." — Holden. ... George C Wells.1

Citations

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    OF



    WA RREN COUNTY



    WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
    OF SOME OF ITS PROMINENT MEN AND PIONEERS



    EDITED BY

    H. P. SMITH



    SYRACUSE, N. Y.

    D. MASON & CO.. PUBLISHERS

    1885
    History of Warren County, New York with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers.

Joseph Winslow

M, #111723, b. circa 1780

Family: Polly Wells b. c 1780

Citations

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    OF



    WA RREN COUNTY



    WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
    OF SOME OF ITS PROMINENT MEN AND PIONEERS



    EDITED BY

    H. P. SMITH



    SYRACUSE, N. Y.

    D. MASON & CO.. PUBLISHERS

    1885
    History of Warren County, New York with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers.

Polly Wells

F, #111724, b. circa 1780
  • Married Name: 24 November 1805; Mrs. Winslow (Wells)

Family: Joseph Winslow b. c 1780

Citations

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    OF



    WA RREN COUNTY



    WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
    OF SOME OF ITS PROMINENT MEN AND PIONEERS



    EDITED BY

    H. P. SMITH



    SYRACUSE, N. Y.

    D. MASON & CO.. PUBLISHERS

    1885
    History of Warren County, New York with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers.

Capt. C W Wells

M, #111725, b. circa 1830
  • Milt-Event*: circa 1863; Co. C, 118th New York Volunter Regiment; Company C. — Captain, C. W. Wells, brevet major N. Y. V.1

Citations

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    OF



    WA RREN COUNTY



    WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES
    OF SOME OF ITS PROMINENT MEN AND PIONEERS



    EDITED BY

    H. P. SMITH



    SYRACUSE, N. Y.

    D. MASON & CO.. PUBLISHERS

    1885
    History of Warren County, New York with Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers.

Hough Wells

M, #111726, b. circa 1750
  • Milt-Event*: circa 1776; Co. F, New York, Revolutionary War, Warren Co., New York, USA; Company F:
    Edward A. Tanner and Fayette Selleck, sergeants
    Abram Austen, Daniel Bennett, Thomas Bemis, Jonathan Brown, jr., Elnathan Bristol, Samuel B. Cutts, James I. Darling, Patrick Ford, James H. Gray, Lewis, Hamlin, Robert Martin, George McDonald, Edward Story, Wesley Scofield,
    Jesse B.. Thompson, Francis L. Tanner, Joseph Woodman, Hough Wells.

Sally J Wells

F, #111727, b. 1835
  • Reference: W010
  • (Household Member) Census: 1855; Horicon, Warren Co., New York, USA; New York, State Census, 1855
    View New York, State Census, 1855

    Report issue

    Name:      Benjamin ? Wells
    Birth Year:      abt 1810
    Age:      45
    Gender:      Male
    Relation to Head:      Head
    Residence:      Horicon, Warren, New York, USA
    Household number:      83
    Line Number:      25
    Household Members:      
    Name      Age
    Benjamin ? Wells      45
    Thankfull Wells      40
    Sally J Wells      20
    Harry Wells      16
    Freman Wells      10
    Dwight H Prouty      16
    Mary E Whitney      24; Head of Household=Benjamin Thomas Wells