Descendants of Daniel Daine

Source: Sandra Trapp email swt39@comcast.net

 

Generation No. 1 

1.  DANIEL6 DAINE  (LEMUEL5 DAIN, ZACHARIAH4 DEANES, OXENBRIDGE3 DEENS, EPHRAIM2 DAYNES, ABRAHAM1) was born Abt. 1798 in Connecticut (Source: 1850 census for Centerville, Allegany, New York, Family 233, Page 298.), and died April 18, 1869 in Probably Centerville, Allegany, New York (Source: From his gravestone found on a personal visit to his grave at Elmwood Cemetery in Pike, Wyoming, New York.).  He married MARY ELLEN HAMER Abt. 1822 in New York (Source: Marriage date is based on the birth of first known child and birthplace..), daughter of JOSIAH HAMER and CHARITY ALLEN.  She was born May 8, 1803 in Livingston/Allegany, New York (Source: (1) 1855 and 1865 censuses for Centerville, Allegany, New York., (2) Minnesota Cemetery Inscriptions Index/Minnesota Burials by John Dalby on Ancestry.com.), and died January 4, 1880 in Minnesota (Source: Minnesota Cemetery Inscriptions Index/Minnesota Burials by John Dalby on Ancestry.com.). 

Notes for DANIEL DAINE:

August 9, 1817, Stockbridge, Rutland, Vermont Town Records - Dan Dain warned out. 

 

Allegany County Land Records:

1842 - Dan Dain from Farmers Loan Trust Company, Volume 9, Page 320, town 6, range 1,

      tract HC, Lot 41

1850 - Daniel Dain by Sheriff to John Pinwick, Volume 26, page 536, town 6, range 2, tract HC,

       lot 8

1857 - Dan Dain from John Renwick, Volume 47, page 577, town 6, range 2, tract HC, lot 8

1872 - Daniel Dain by referee to John G. Kimball, Volume 92, page 416, town 6, range 2,

      tract HC, lot 8

 

I have seen on the internet references to Dan's middle name as being Harris.  I have probate, census, and land records and I have not seen anything to verify this.  On these documents, he is listed as Dan Daine or Daniel Daine/Dain.

 

More About DANIEL DAINE:

Burial: Elmwood Cemetery, Pike, Wyoming, New York (Source: From his gravestone found on a personal visit to his grave at Elmwood Cemetery in Pike, Wyoming, New York.)

Residence 1: 1820, Pittsfield, Rutland,  Vermont

Residence 2: 1830, Pike, Allegany, New York

Residence 3: 1840, Hume, Allegany, New York

Residence 4: Bet. 1850 - 1865, Centerville, Allegany, New York

 

Notes for MARY ELLEN HAMER:

From "Minnesota Burials" by John Dalby on Ancestry.com:  Mary is buried with George W. and Flora Daine Wells in cemetery no. 109 EE 29, Section SE.

 

More About MARY ELLEN HAMER:

Residence 1: 1820, Pittsfield, Rutland, Vermont

Residence 2: 1830, Pike, Allegany, New York

Residence 3: 1840, Hume, Allegany, New York

Residence 4: 1850, Centerville, Allegany, New York

Residence 5: 1855, Centerville, Allegany, New York

Residence 6: 1860, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

Residence 7: 1870, Centerville, Allegany, New York

 

 

Marriage Notes for DANIEL DAINE and MARY HAMER:

Several letters found at the Allegany County and Wyoming County Historians' offices from Andreas Brown, a descendant of Mary's, indicate that she was the Mary Hamer that married Daniel Dain, and that she was the daughter of Josiah Hamer and Charity Allen.  A Charity Hamer living with Dan and Mary is listed as mother on the 1865 census for Centerville, Allegany, New York.

 

Children of DANIEL DAINE and MARY HAMER are:

2.                i.       BETSEY ANN7 DAINE, b. October 1, 1822, New York; d. October 26, 1905, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin.

                  ii.       SARAH ANN DAINE, b. Abt. 1827 (Source: 1870 census for Centerville, Allegany County, New York, Family 224, Page 546..).

 

Notes for SARAH ANN DAINE:

Sarah is assumed to be a daughter of Dan and Mary because she is listed in a deed found on LDS film 484,101, page 416, as one of the defendants along with other known children of theirs.  On this deed she is listed as Sarah Ann Dayton.  Sarah is listed with Mary on the 1870 Centerville census as Sarah A. Dain.  She is not listed on other census records with Dan and Mary, but she would have been old enough to have been married before 1850.

 

3.              iii.       ALMIRA L. DAINE, b. Abt. 1831, Allegany, New York; d. May 25, 1886, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin.

4.              iv.       LORILLA DAINE, b. February 3, 1833, New York; d. October 2, 1885, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin.

5.               v.       ADA DAINE, b. Abt. 1836, New York; d. Aft. 1880.

                  vi.       NANCY DAINE, b. Abt. 1836, New York (Source: 1850 census for New York, Allegany County.).

 

Notes for NANCY DAINE:

Nancy is assumed to be a daughter of Dan and Mary Daine because she is listed on the 1850 census for Centerville with them.  She is not listed on subsequent census records with them, nor is she listed on the deed that lists other known children of theirs.  However, there is a James Blodgett listed on this deed, who may be the husband of a deceased Nancy.

 

6.             vii.       MARY ELIZABETH ELLEN DAINE, b. July 1838, Allegany County, New York; d. August 31, 1921, Probably  Los Angeles, California.

7.            viii.       WILLIAM A. DAINE, b. March 1841, Allegany County, New York; d. November 8, 1927, Meeker County, Minnesota.

8.              ix.       FLORA A. DAINE, b. November 15, 1846, Allegany County, New York; d. February 28, 1926, Minnesota.

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  BETSEY ANN7 DAINE (DANIEL6, LEMUEL5 DAIN, ZACHARIAH4 DEANES, OXENBRIDGE3 DEENS, EPHRAIM2 DAYNES, ABRAHAM1) was born October 1, 1822 in New York (Source: Betsey's death certificate, Rock County, Wisconsin, Volume 3, Page 475, Reel 118, Image 2032, #323890.), and died October 26, 1905 in Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin (Source: Betsey's death certificate, Rock County, Wisconsin, Volume 3, Page 475, Reel 118, Image 2032, #323890.).  She married HUBBARD F. ROBINSON June 1, 1844 in Rushford, Allegany, New York (Source: Western New York Genealogical Society Journal, March 1994, Volume XX, No. 4; "Western Luminary," a Universalist weekly paper published in Rochester, N.), son of AARON ROBINSON.  He was born Abt. 1821 in Wyoming County, New York, and died 1889 (Source: (1) Betsey's death certificate, Rock County, Wisconsin, Volme 3, Page 475, Reel 118, Image 2032, #323890, says that she was a widow., (2) Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Rock, Green, Grant, Iowa & Lafayette, Wisconsin, by J. H. Beers & Company, Newberry E4902.183..).

 

More About BETSEY ANN DAINE:

Burial: Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin (Source: Betsey's death certificate, Rock County, Wisconsin, Volume 3, Page 475, Reel 118, Image 2032, #323890.)

Residence 1: 1850, Pike, Wyoming, New York

Residence 2: Bet. 1860 - 1900, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

 

More About HUBBARD F. ROBINSON:

Occupation: Bet. 1850 - 1880, Shoemaker

Real Estate Value: 1850, $800

 

Marriage Notes for BETSEY DAINE and HUBBARD ROBINSON:

From the Western New York Genealogical Society Journal, March 1994, Volume XX, No. 4:

"The following marriages are from the "Western Luminary," a Universalist weekly paper published in Rochester, New York - Volume 3 (1844).  Taken from a film copy at the Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Cambridge, Massachusetts, courtesy of Rev. Alan Seaburg, curator of manuscripts:  Robinson-Dane.  In Rushford (Allegany County) by Rev. Ichabod B. Sharp, Hubbard Robinson of Pike and Betsey Ann Dane of Centreville, June 1, 1844.

 

Children of BETSEY DAINE and HUBBARD ROBINSON are:

                   i.       JUDSON LEGRAND8 ROBINSON (Source: Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of rock, Green, Grant, Iowa & Lafayette, Wisconsin, by J. H. Beers & Company, Newberry E4902.183 gives his middle name.), b. May 17, 1844, Pike, Wyoming, New York (Source: Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Rock, Green, Grant, Iowa & Lafayette, Wisconsin, by J. H. Beers & Company, Newberry E4902.183..); m. HATTIE KNOFF, April 21, 1880 (Source: Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Rock, Green, Grant, Iowa & Lafayette, Wisconsin, by J. H. Beers & Company, Newberry E4902.183..).

 

Notes for JUDSON LEGRAND ROBINSON:

From "Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Rock, Green, Grant, Iowa & Lafayette, Wisconsin," by J. H. Beers & Company, Newberry E4902.183:  Judson LeGrand Robinson, one of the prosperous and representative farmers of Rock county, owns a well-cultivated farm in Section 10, Janesville township, which he has acquired as the fruit of his arduous labors.  Judson LeGrand Robinson was born in Pike, Wyoming Co., N.Y., May 17, 1844, a son of Hubbard and Betsy Ann (Daine) Robinson, natives of New York State.  The father of Hubbard Robinson, Aaron Robinson, was a native of Massachusetts, of English descent, was a shoemaker, farmer and tanner and in time amassed a large fortune.  Nine children were born to him and his good wife, and he was over seventy at the time of his death.  During his lifetime Aaron Robinson was in the State militia, and in every way proved himself a worthy man and good citizen.  The maternal grandfather of our subject, Daniel Daine, a native of New York State, of English descent, followed the occupation of farming.  He had a family of nine children, and was about seventy-five years old when he passed away.  The maternal grandmother, whose maiden name was Hammer, lived to be 108 years old, and was a very worthy and highly esteemed lady.  Hubbard Robinson, the father of our subject, was a shoemaker by trade, at which he worked until a few years prior to his death.  While in New York State he was a member of the school board in the village where he lived, and also served in the State militia.  In 1852 Hubbard Robinson came West, locating in Rock county, Wis., in 1856, and buying a home of eleven acres in Janesville, on the west side of Rock river, in Section 10, where he resided until his death in 1889, at the age of seventy-one.  Mrs. Robinson still survives, a very estimable old lady, and a consistent member of the M. E. Church.  Three sons were born to this good couple, two of whom are now living: Judson L. and Cornelius Wayne, of Janesville township.  Judson LeGrand Robinson lived in New York State until twelve years old, when he came to Rock county with his parents, and has since resided in this locality.  Until the Civil war broke out Mr. Robinson followed farming and shoemaking, attending the district schools when opportunity offered; but as soon as old enough he enlisted, in 1864, in Company A, 43rd Wis. V.I., and served until the close of the war, participating in the battle of Johnsonville and a number of skirmishes.  After the close of the war Mr. Robinson followed his trade about two years, then engaged in farming, and now owns the fine farm of 190 acres where he resides.  On April 21, 1880, Judson LeGrand Robinson married Miss Hattie Knoff, daughter of William and Catherine M. Knoff, and nine children have been born to them, four sons and five daughters: Roy LeGrand, Arthur Wayne, Benjamin Harrison, Judson, Eva Dett, Maude, June, Flora and Luella.  Politically Mr. Robinson is a Republican in sentiment, and he has been called upon to serve his fellow citizens in several offices, having acted as justice of the peace one term, and constable several times.  Socially Mr. Robinson is an honored member of W. H. Sargent Post, G.A.R.  Both he and his wife are good representatives of the agricultural population of Rock county.

 

More About JUDSON LEGRAND ROBINSON:

Military: Civil War Company A, 43rd Wisconsin, V. I.

 

                  ii.       CORNELIUS WAYNE ROBINSON (Source: Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of rock, Green, Grant, Iowa & Lafayette, Wisconsin, by J. H. Beers & Company, Newberry E4902.183 gives his middle name.), b. November 23, 1847, Pike, Wyoming, New York (Source: (1) 1860 census for Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin, family 1256, page 340A.., (2) Family Data Collections at Ancestry.com..); m. BELLE A..

                 iii.       FRANK E. ROBINSON, b. Abt. 1863, New York (Source: 1860 census for Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin, family 1256, page 340A..); d. Bef. 1900 (Source: 1900 census for Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin, Family 65, Page 166B, says that Betsey was the mother of 3 children, two living..).

 

Notes for FRANK E. ROBINSON:

In the book, "Commemorative Biographical Record of the Counties of Rock, Green, Grant, Iowa & Lafayette, Wisconsin," by J. H. Beers & Company, Newberry E4902.183 it says that the only surviving children of Hubbard and Betsey are Judson and Cornelius.

 

3.  ALMIRA L.7 DAINE (DANIEL6, LEMUEL5 DAIN, ZACHARIAH4 DEANES, OXENBRIDGE3 DEENS, EPHRAIM2 DAYNES, ABRAHAM1) was born Abt. 1831 in Allegany, New York (Source: 1855 census for Belfast, Allegany, New York, Family 247. Newberry Library Film 338, Reel 4..), and died May 25, 1886 in Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin (Source: Janesville Gazette dated May 28, 1886.).  She married AMON H. FAIRBANK Abt. 1850 in New York (Source: 1850 census for New York, Allegany County.), son of JOSHUA FAIRBANK and LUCY DAIN.  He was born February 9, 1824 in Pittsfield, Rutland, Vermont (Source: The Fairbanks Family in America by Lorenzo Fairbanks.), and died Aft. 1897.

 

Notes for ALMIRA L. DAINE:

From "Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Wisconsin," by Bernie Farmer:  Almira Fairbanks, Block 47, Lot 1, Grave 6.

 

More About ALMIRA L. DAINE:

Burial: May 1886, Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin (Source: (1) Janesville Gazette dated May 28, 1886., (2) Almira's tombstone in Oakhill Cemetery, Janesville, Wisconsin.)

Residence 1: 1850, Centerville, Allegany, New York

Residence 2: 1855, Belfast, Allegany, New York

Residence 3: 1860, Pike, Allegany, New York

Residence 4: 1870, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

Residence 5: 1875, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

Residence 6: 1880, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

 

Notes for AMON H. FAIRBANK:

It is not known where Amon died.  Probably in New York.  Amon last appears in the Janesville, Wisconsin city directory for 1892-1893.  The book, "The Fairbanks Family in America" by Lorenzo S. Fairbanks published in 1897 states, "lives in South Stockton, New York, with his brother, Stillman Duane."  He is not on the 1892 or 1900 census with Stillman. 

 

Found at the Rock County courthouse in Janesville, a paper dated June 23, 1888, indicating the sale of Amon's land due to foreclosure. 

 

His son, Henry Joshua's, military pension records indicate that he asked for leave from August 24 - 27, 1898.  This may be when Amon died.

 

"The Fairbanks Family in America" by Lorenzo S. Fairbanks implies that Amon was born in Barnard; however, in 1824, Joshua is listed as being of Pittsfield, Rutland, Vermont, on land records.

 

More About AMON H. FAIRBANK:

Occupation 1: Bet. 1878 - 1885, Teamster

Occupation 2: 1850, Blacksmith (Source: 1850 census.)

Residence 1: 1850, Centerville, Allegany, New York (Source: 1850 census.)

Residence 2: 1855, Belfast, Allegany, New York

Residence 3: 1870, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

Residence 4: 1875, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

Residence 5: 1880, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

 

Children of ALMIRA DAINE and AMON FAIRBANK are:

                   i.       CORETA BELL8 FAIRBANK, b. April 1849, Allegany County, New York (Source: (1) 1900 federal census for Iowa., (2) 1855 census for Belfast, Allegany, New York, Family 247. Newberry Library Film 338, Reel 4..); d. June 16, 1904, Union Township, Adair, Iowa (Source: Death records at Adair County Courthouse, Greenfield, Iowa.); m. RICHARD F. MURPHY, August 17, 1886, Lincoln Township, Union, Iowa (Source: Marriage record from Union County, Iowa, Book 1, 1880-1892, Page 76.); b. October 19, 1846, County Kilkenny, Ireland (Source: (1) Richard's gravestone gives the birth date.., (2) The "History of Union County", 1908, by George Ida says that the family was in County Killarney, Ireland until after the birth of Richard..); d. May 15, 1907, Creston, Union, Iowa (Source: History of Union County, 1908, by George A. Ida, page 658.).

 

More About CORETA BELL FAIRBANK:

Burial: Hill of Zion Cemetery, Zion, Adair, Iowa (Source: Death records at Adair County Courthouse, Greenfield, Iowa.)

Residence 1: 1860, Pike, Wyoming, New York

Residence 2: 1870, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

Residence 3: 1875, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

Residence 4: 1880, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

Residence 5: 1895, Union Township, Adair, Iowa

Residence 6: 1900, Union Township, Adair, Iowa

 

Notes for RICHARD F. MURPHY:

1900 federal census:  can read and write, speak English

Owns farm with mortgage.

Year of immigration - 1847, naturalized.

 

History of Union County, 1908 says:  Richard's family came to the United States in 1849, settling first in Orange County, New York, where they lived for about five years, and in 1854 they moved to Wisconsin, making their home in Rock County for a number of years.  In 1875 they came to Iowa.

 

More About RICHARD F. MURPHY:

Occupation: Farmer in Iowa

 

                  ii.       PHILOTUS H. FAIRBANK, b. March 1852, Allegany County, New York (Source: (1) 1900 census for Pennsylvania, Crawford, Beaver township, Family 108 or 171, Sheet 7, Page 19.., (2) 1855 census for Belfast, Allegany, New York, Family 247. Newberry Library Film 338, Reel 4..); d. Aft. 1920, Probably Harrison, Arkansas.

 

Notes for PHILOTUS H. FAIRBANK:

On the 1920 census, Philotus is listed as an inmate.  This does not appear to be a prison, probably a home for mentally ill or indigent.  He is also listed as a widower on this census.

 

More About PHILOTUS H. FAIRBANK:

Occupation 1: Teamster - 1878 - 1879

Occupation 2: 1889-1890 - Worked at J.S. Draper

Occupation 3: 1892 - 1895 - Station Engineer

Occupation 4: Laborer - 1880

Occupation 5: 1900, Day Laborer

Occupation 6: 1910, Engineer stationary

Residence 1: 1900, Beaver, Crawford, Pennsylvania

Residence 2: 1910, Boise, Ada, Idaho

Residence 3: 1920, South Harrison, Boone, Arkansas

 

                 iii.       HENRY JOSHUA FAIRBANK, b. October 24, 1869, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin (Source: Military pension records from NARA, Case no. 2524286.); d. September 20, 1939, Hines, Cook,  Illinois (Source: Illinois death certificate, registration district no. 162, certificate registration no. 743.); m. EMMA SUSANNA CASE, October 16, 1904, Spaulding, Union,  Iowa (Source: Marriage certificate, Union County, Iowa, No. 139, Book 6, Page 139.); b. February 5, 1884, Creston, Union, Iowa (Source: Marriage record from Union County, Iowa No. 139, Book 6, Page 139.); d. June 7, 1934, Chicago, Cook,  Illinois (Source: Illinois death certificate registration no. 16171.).

 

More About HENRY JOSHUA FAIRBANK:

Burial: September 22, 1939, Graceland Cemetery, Creston, Union, Iowa (Source: Illinois death certificate, registration district no. 162, certificate registration no. 743.)

Medical Information:

Military 1: Veteran of Spanish-American War (Source: Military pension records from NARA, Case no. 2524286.)

Military 2: United States Army 1898 - 1903 (Source: Military pension records from NARA, Case no. 2524286.)

Occupation 1: Streetcar conductor in Chicago (Source: Obituary.)

Occupation 2: Bet. 1889 - 1890, Worked at Janesville Cotton Mills (Source: Janesville Directory.)

Occupation 3: 1910, Mail carrier, rural route

Occupation 4: Bef. 1920, Mailman in Creston, Iowa (Source: Obituary.)

Residence 1: Bet. 1869 - 1890, 98 Centre Avenue, Janesville, WI (Source: Janesville Directory.)

Residence 2: 1910, Spaulding, Union, Iowa

Residence 3: 1915, Bellafonte, R. R. 1, Arkansas (Source: Information found on post card sent by Jackie Bonus..)

Residence 4: Bet. 1920 - 1930, Chicago, Cook, Illinois

 

More About EMMA SUSANNA CASE:

Burial: June 8, 1934, Graceland Cemetery in Creston, Union, Iowa (Source: Illinois death certificate registration no. 16171.)

Occupation: Housewife

 

More About HENRY FAIRBANK and EMMA CASE:

Minister: Rev. I S. Lavely (Source: Marriage certificate.)

Witnesses: A. F. Murphy and M. N. Emmons (Source: Marriage certificate.)

 

4.  LORILLA7 DAINE (DANIEL6, LEMUEL5 DAIN, ZACHARIAH4 DEANES, OXENBRIDGE3 DEENS, EPHRAIM2 DAYNES, ABRAHAM1) was born February 3, 1833 in New York (Source: (1) 1850 census for New York, Allegany County., (2) Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Wisconsin by Bernie Farmer, Newberry F589 J2 F37 1996.), and died October 2, 1885 in Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin (Source: Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Wisconsin by Bernie Farmer, Newberry F589 J2 F37 1996.).  She married EDWIN W. BARKER Abt. 1865 (Source: Marriage date based on birth of first child and census records..), son of JOBE BARKER and PHOEBE SMITH.  He was born April 1, 1827 in New York (Source: (1) 1870 census for Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin, Family 116, Page 186B., (2) Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Wisconsin by Bernie Farmer, Newberry F589 J2 F37 1996.), and died September 10, 1884 in Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin (Source: Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Wisconsin by Bernie Farmer, Newberry F589 J2 F37 1996.).

 

Notes for LORILLA DAINE:

From "Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Wisconsin," by Bernie Farmer:  Lorilla D. Barker, wife of Edwin, Block 98, Lot 12, Grave 4

 

More About LORILLA DAINE:

Residence: Bet. 1870 - 1880, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

 

Notes for EDWIN W. BARKER:

From "Oak Hill Cemetery, Janesville, Wisconsin" by Bernie Farmer:  Edwin W. Barker, Block 98, Lot 12, Grave 3.

 

More About EDWIN W. BARKER:

Occupation: 1870, Farmer

Personal estate: 1870, $4000

Real Estate Value: 1870, $24,520

Residence: 1870, Janesville, Rock, Wisconsin

 

Marriage Notes for LORILLA DAINE and EDWIN BARKER:

Lorilla and Edwin Barker are named in a land record found on LDS film 484,101, page 416, as one of the defendants along with other known children of Dan and Mary's.

 

Children of LORILLA DAINE and EDWIN BARKER are:

                   i.       EDWIN H.8 BARKER, b. Abt. 1865, Wisconsin (Source: 1870 census for Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin, Family 116, Page 186B.); d. September 10, 1884, Wisconsin (Source: Wisconsin Death Index on Ancestry.com.).

                  ii.       MARY C. BARKER, b. Abt. 1867, Wisconsin (Source: 1870 census for Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin, Family 116, Page 186B.).

                 iii.       MATTIE C. BARKER, b. Abt. 1869, Wisconsin (Source: 1870 census for Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin, Family 116, Page 186B.).

                  iv.       FRED C. BARKER, b. Abt. 1872, Wisconsin (Source: 1880 census for Janesville, Rock County, Wisconsin, Family 119, Page 163B.).

 

5.  ADA7 DAINE (DANIEL6, LEMUEL5 DAIN, ZACHARIAH4 DEANES, OXENBRIDGE3 DEENS, EPHRAIM2 DAYNES, ABRAHAM1) was born Abt. 1836 in New York (Source: 1860 census for Centerville, Allegany, New York, Family 71, Page 503..), and died Aft. 1880 (Source: Ada is on the 1880 census for Oshkosh, Winnebago, Wisconsin, Page 429C..).  She married (1) UNKNOWN WALLACE.    She married (2) UNKNOWN DARLING.  He died Bef. 1880 (Source: On the 1880 census for Oshkosh, Winnebago, Wisconsin, she is listed as a widow..).

 

Notes for ADA DAINE:

Ada is assumed to be a daughter of Dan and Mary Dain because the 1860 census for them shows an Ada and Cora Wallace.  Ada is born in New York and Cora is born in Wisconsin.  An Ada Darling is listed along with known children of Dan and Mary in the deed found on LDS film 484,101, page 416, land deeds for Allegany County, New York, as one of the defendants in a suit brought by John Kimball.  The 1865 census for Centerville shows Cora, grandchild, but not Ada, living with Dan and Mary.  Ada and Cora are found on the 1870 census in Wisconsin without an apparent husband/father.  They are listed as Ada and Cora Darling.

 

More About ADA DAINE:

Residence 1: 1860, Centerville, Allegany, New York

Residence 2: 1870, Waupun North Ward, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Residence 3: 1880, Oshkosh, Winnebago, Wisconsin

     

Child of ADA DAINE and UNKNOWN WALLACE is:

                   i.       CORA8 WALLACE, b. Abt. 1857, Wisconsin (Source: 1865 census for Centerville, Allegany, New York, Family 167, Page 20.).

 

More About CORA WALLACE:

Residence 1: Centerville, Allegany, New York

Residence 2: 1865, Centerville, Allegany, New York

Residence 3: 1870, Waupun North Ward, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin

Residence 4: 1880, Oshkosh, Winnebago, Wisconsin

 

 

6.  MARY ELIZABETH ELLEN7 DAINE (DANIEL6, LEMUEL5 DAIN, ZACHARIAH4 DEANES, OXENBRIDGE3 DEENS, EPHRAIM2 DAYNES, ABRAHAM1) (Source: Letter from Andreas Brown, a descendant of Ellen, to the Allegany County Historian lists Ellen's full name..) was born July 1838 in Allegany County, New York (Source: (1) 1855 census for  Centerville, Allegany, New York, Family 121 gives the county of her birth.., (2) 1900 census for Santa Ana, Orange, California, Family 134?, Page 167, gives her birth month and year..), and died August 31, 1921 in Probably  Los Angeles, California (Source: California Death Index at http://www.vitalsearch-ca.com/gen/ca/_vitals/cadeathm.htm.).  She married JOHN GARY KIMBALL (Source: Letter from Andreas Brown to Daniel Greene, Allegany County Historian..) Bet. 1865 - 1871 (Source: Letter from Andreas Brown to Daniel Greene, Allegany County Historian..).  He died Bef. 1910 in Probably  California (Source: Ellen is listed as a widow on the 1910 census for Los Angeles, California, Family 176, page 123, Precinct 43, Ed 88, Sheet 6B.).

 

More About MARY ELIZABETH ELLEN DAINE:

Residence 1: 1870, Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee

Residence 2: 1880, Santa Ana, Los Angeles, California

Residence 3: 1900, Santa Ana, Orange, California

Residence 4: 1910, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California

 

Children of MARY DAINE and JOHN KIMBALL are:

                   i.       CHARLES DRYDEN8 KIMBALL, b. September 25, 1871, Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee (Source: Who's Who in Pacific Southwest found on Heritage Quest.); d. October 17, 1941, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California (Source: California Death Index on Ancestry.com.).

 

Notes for CHARLES DRYDEN KIMBALL:

From "Who's Who in Pacific Southwest:  A Compilation of Authentic Biographical Sketches of Citizens of Southern California and Arizona" published by Times-Mirror Print:  Charles D. Kimball.  Real estate.  Resides 1757 N. Orange Street, Hollywood; office 200 Consolidated Realty Building, Los Angeles, California.  Born in Memphis, Tennessee September 25, 1871; son of John G. and Ellen Kimball.  Married in 1894.  Attended Santa Ana High school; Los Angeles Business College.  Engaged in real estate business, 1904 to date.  Member of Los Angeles Board of Trade.  Baptist.

 

California Death Index on Ancestry.com states that he was born September 25, 1870 in Tennessee.  His mother's maiden name was Dane.

 

                  ii.       DANE F. KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1875, New York (Source: 1880 census for Santa Ana, Los Angeles, California, Family 70, Page 247C, Sheet 7, ED272.); m. EDNA M. (Source: 1910 census Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, Family 176, Page 123, Precinct 43, Ed 88, Sheet 6B.).

                 iii.       EARNEST KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1876, California (Source: 1880 census for Santa Ana, Los Angeles, California, Family 70, Page 247C, Sheet 7, ED272.).

 

7.  WILLIAM A.7 DAINE (DANIEL6, LEMUEL5 DAIN, ZACHARIAH4 DEANES, OXENBRIDGE3 DEENS, EPHRAIM2 DAYNES, ABRAHAM1) was born March 1841 in Allegany County, New York (Source: (1) 1855 census for  Centerville, Allegany, New York, Family 121 gives the county of his birth., (2) 1900 census for Castle Rock Township, Dakota, Minnesota, Family 37, Page 9B gives his birth month and year..), and died November 8, 1927 in Meeker County, Minnesota (Source: Minnesota Death Index on Ancestry.com.).  He married ARMENIA WELLS Abt. 1867 (Source: Date is estimated from 1900 census for Castle Rock Township, Dakota County, Minnesota which states they have been married 33 years..).  She was born March 1847 in New York (Source: 1900 census for Castle Rock Township, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 37, Page 9B stamped.), and died December 2, 1925 in Meeker County, Minnesota (Source: Minnesota Death Index on Ancestry.com.).

 

Notes for WILLIAM A. DAINE:

Minnesota State File No. for William's death is 007897.

 

More About WILLIAM A. DAINE:

Occupation: Bet. 1870 - 1900, Farmer

Residence 1: 1870, Lakeville, Dakota, Minnesota

Residence 2: 1880, Empire, Dakota, Minnesota

Residence 3: 1900, Castle Rock Township, Dakota, Minnesota

Residence 4: 1910, Empire Township, Dakota, Minnesota

Residence 5: 1920, Litchfield, Meeker, Minnesota, 119 Sibley

 

Notes for ARMENIA WELLS:

Armenia's maiden name is assumed from a deed that she, along with other Wells family members, are named in.  For the 1910 and 1920 census, she is listed as Lucina, which may have been her middle name as she is listed as Armana L. Dane on the 1880 census for Empire, Dakota County, Minnesota.

 

The Minnesota Death Index found on Ancestry.com states her name as Lucina Mannista Daine.  Her state file number for her death is 8109.

 

Children of WILLIAM DAINE and ARMENIA WELLS are:

                   i.       EARNEST W.8 DAIN, b. November 1869, Minnesota (Source: 1900 census for Castle Rock Township, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 37, Page 9B.).

                  ii.       MARY V. DAIN, b. Abt. 1874, Minnesota (Source: 1880 census for Empire, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 27, Page 200D, ED 198, Sheet 4.).

                 iii.       WELLS DAIN, b. Abt. 1879, Minnesota (Source: 1880 census for Empire, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 27, Page 200D, ED 198, Sheet 4.).

                  iv.       HENRY W. DAIN, b. October 1878 (Source: 1900 census for Castle Rock Township, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 37, Page 9B stamped.).

 

Notes for HENRY W. DAIN:

Henry W. and Wells Dane may be the same child. 

 

                   v.       EDITH B. DAIN, b. April 1883 (Source: 1900 census for Castle Rock Township, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 37, Page 9B stamped.).

                  vi.       ETOILA B. DAIN, b. November 1885 (Source: 1900 census for Castle Rock Township, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 37, Page 9B stamped.).

                 vii.       ELLEN B. DAIN, b. June 1889, Minnesota (Source: 1900 census for Castle Rock Township, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 37, Page 9B stamped.).

 

More About ELLEN B. DAIN:

Occupation: 1920, Teacher (Source: 1920 census for Litchfield, Meeker, Minnesota, Family 133, Page 158, ED128.)

 

8.  FLORA A.7 DAINE (DANIEL6, LEMUEL5 DAIN, ZACHARIAH4 DEANES, OXENBRIDGE3 DEENS, EPHRAIM2 DAYNES, ABRAHAM1) was born November 15, 1846 in Allegany County, New York (Source: (1) 1855 census for  Centerville, Allegany, New York, Family 121 gives the county of her birth.., (2) Minnesota Cemetery Inscriptions Index/Minnesota Burials by John Dalby on Ancestry.com.), and died February 28, 1926 in Minnesota (Source: Minnesota Cemetery Inscriptions Index/Minnesota Burials by John Dalby on Ancestry.com.).  She married GEORGE W. WELLS Abt. 1866 (Source: 1900 census for Egan, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 36, Page 32.).  He was born December 16, 1840 in New York (Source: (1) 1900 census for Egan, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 36, Page 32., (2) Minnesota Cemetery Inscriptions Index/Minnesota Burials by John Dalby on Ancestry.com.), and died February 15, 1908 in Minnesota (Source: Minnesota Cemetery Inscriptions Index/Minnesota Burials by John Dalby on Ancestry.com.).

 

Notes for FLORA A. DAINE:

On the 1900 census for Egan, Dakota, Minnesota, Flora is listed as the mother of five children, two children living.

 

More About FLORA A. DAINE:

Occupation: 1910, Own income

Residence 1: 1870, Lakeville, Dakota, Minnesota

Residence 2: 1880, Eureka, Dakota, Minnesota

Residence 3: 1900, Egan, Dakotra, Minnesota

Residence 4: Bet. 1910 - 1920, Farmington Village, Empire Twp., Dakota, Minnesota

 

More About GEORGE W. WELLS:

Military: Company F, 5th New York Cavalry (Source: Minnesota Cemetery Inscriptions Index/Minnesota Burials by John Dalby on Ancestry.com.)

Occupation 1: 1900, Carpenter

Occupation 2: 1880, Farmer

 

Marriage Notes for FLORA DAINE and GEORGE WELLS:

Flora and George Wells are named in a land record found on LDS film 484,101, page 416, as one of the defendants along with other known children of Dan and Mary's.

 

Children of FLORA DAINE and GEORGE WELLS are:

                   i.       CLIFFORD8 WELLS, b. December 1870, Minnesota (Source: 1900 census for Egan, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 36, Page 32.); d. May 1948, Minnesota (Source: Minnesota Cemetery Inscriptions Index/Minnesota Burials by John Dalby on Ancestry.com.); m. ADDIE C.; b. August 1874 (Source: 1900 census for Egan, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 36, Page 32.).

 

More About CLIFFORD WELLS:

Occupation: 1900, Carpenter

 

                  ii.       CORAL WELLS, b. September 1882, Minnesota (Source: 1900 census for Egan, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 36, Page 32.).

                 iii.       BABY WELLS (Source: 1900 census for Egan, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 36, Page 32.).

                  iv.       BABY WELLS (Source: 1900 census for Egan, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 36, Page 32.).

                   v.       BABY WELLS (Source: 1900 census for Egan, Dakota County, Minnesota, Family 36, Page 32.).