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Re: Adna Orcutt, Baptist Minister 1805-1881
Posted by: Matthew Getz (ID *****4246) Date: April 12, 2007 at 22:14:05
In Reply to: Adna Orcutt, Baptist Minister 1805-1881 by Roy Beals of 960

Sure...here's what I have for the children:

1. Amanda (last found in 1850 in Essex County, NY). Probably got married but not sure to whom because she disappears after the 1850 census as "Amanda Orcutt".
2. Charles (you said you're okay here. He marries and moves to California with his family).
3. Darius marries Eliza Ann Odell. He dies in 1884 in Chicago, IL. No known kids.
4. William marries Mary Jane Burnham. In 1880 he's near his brother in Chicago. One known child - Mary.
5. Adnah marries Ada Harriett Clark. They go to IL for a bit too but end up back in Kansas. Last place I have them and family is in Kansas City in 1900.
6. Sophia (you said you're okay here. I have her first name as Selinda, btw. She marries John Huse.)
7. Theodore marries Jane E. Rightor. He dies in 1878, also in Chicago, IL. They have one kid, also named Theodore, born in IA.
8. Noel (you said you're okay here. He and family are in IA).
9. Ronello marries someone named Caroline and someone named Sophia. He and the rest of his clan move to Colorado.

I have a ton more. Send me an email if you want more specifics. Take care.


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