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Julius C. Bement, 1813 - before 1860
Posted by: Lynda Darby Ozinga (ID *****4572) Date: September 03, 2003 at 13:56:35
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I am looking for info, specifically, death date of Julius C. Bement. He was born about 1813 in Homer, Cortland Co, NY, was married about 1840 to Sarah Emmaline Darling, dau of Reuben Darling & Frances Hart. 1850 census of Skaneateles, NY shows them living there, with son Reuben age 9, Dau Frances age 5, son Ed age 2. Later dau Sarah born about 1850 & son William about 1853-1856. Sarah Darling Bement is shown alone in census of Groton 1860, living with son Willie age 7 & dau Sarah. Dau Frances lived with her future husband's family, Thomas Darby's of Dryden, Tompkins Co, NY in 1860. Can not find Ed, born about 1848 who was in Civil War - his Civil War application in 1862 lists only that he is "son of Sarah", doesn't list father who apparently died before this. Can find no record of death of Reuben born about 1841, & father Julius C. Bement. Sarah Darling Bement was left money by her father, Reuben Darling in 1870, lived in Clarksville, Iowa 1875, as did dau Frances Darby, Sarah & Willie Bement. Willie married Flora Belle Hudson July 12, 1877, no children, she died apparently as he married again to May Livonia Miller Dec 10, 1894. At Willie's death in 1923 his daughter did not know his father's name. At Sarah (jr.) marriage in 1885 she lists father as Julius C. Bement. Tompkins Co, "Sketches" gives sons of Reuben Darling's history, says his daughter was Sarah Emmaline who married Julius C. Bement. WHAT HAPPENED TO JULIUS BETWEEN 1850-1860??? Can anyone provide a death date/burial info?


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