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Doremus Family in Westchester Co N.Y.
Posted by: Holly M. Snead Date: January 06, 2000 at 13:57:20
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I would like to talk with anyone who has Doremus family from the Westchester Co., area of New York. My great grandfather, Joseph E. Doremus, b. abt 1870 married Lillie Lockhart, and had four children. Their first child, my grandfather, Joseph Wallace Doremus was born in Dobbs Ferry, Westchester Co. in 1894. He moved with his family to Mount Vernon for a short time, and when he was a young child the family moved to Yonkers. I have found information on the Doremus family and have found John Doremus married to Ellen Snedeker, living in Westchester Co. and am trying to see how Joseph E. might fit into this family. As John Doremus is the only one I have been able to find living in that area, I am inclined to believe that this is his family. Three sons of John were living in the area and might be the connection I am looking for. David Mortimer, b. abt 1845, married to Elizabeth Estelle Sebring, Abraham Snedeker, b. 1846, married to Jane Humphrey, and John Henry, b. 1850, married to Elizabeth Mercer all could possibly be the father of Joseph E. but I have not been able to connect him to any of them. If anyone knows of the children of these three gentlemen, I would enjoy hearing back from you. I appreciate anything anyone can offer.


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