I am of this line. I think my info comes from The Treat Family by John Harvey Treat, 1893.
This is the way I have it. Thomas Treat and Jemima Calkins had the following children:
Lyman Treat, b August 2, 1783 (must have died as infant)
Lyman Treat, b. March 14, 1785
Timothy Treat, b. March 30, 1786
Oren Treat, b. October 15, 1787
Tryphosa Treat, B. August 2, 1789
Jemima Treat, b. July 9, 1791
Izbon Treat, b. June 1, 1793, Hillsborough,
Essex Cty, N.Y., d. February 22, 1878 in
Aurora, Erie Cty, NY, (my GGGrandfather)
Betsy Treat, b. May 03, 1796
John Treat, b. May 03, 1796
Elizabeth Treat, b. April 01, 1798
Thomas Treat, b. February 10, 1802
Izbon Treat married Apphia Thompson, b. Feb. 17, 1803 in August, Oneida Co., New York
Second wife was Huldah Fields, Jan. 1, 1812 - d. May 23, 1866.
Izbon and Huldah had:
Luisa R. Treat, b. sept. 23, 1852, Golden, New York, d. Oct. 15, 1883 m. Everett Darby
Izbon and Apphia had:
Seymour Edward Treat, b. June 13, 1823
Dr. Charles Ralph Treat, b. Jan. 12, 1826,
m. Margaret Reesman.
Lucretia Mariah Treat, b. February 5, 1828
Lewis J. Treat, b. March 31, 1832, Golden
New York, m. Fannie Pratt Barden Sept. 15,
Cyrenia Ann Treat, b. October 13, 1837
George Sullivan Treat, b. April 7, 1844, Erie
Cty, NY, d. Sept. 25, 1910 in White Oaks,
New Mexico. He married Millicent Newcombe
of Great Bend, Kansas. He was my GreatGrandfather.
George and Millicent had:
Arthur Leroy Treat, b. June 21, 1885,
d. Sept. 22, 1977, Roswell, NM,
m. Sallie Katherine Clements
(these were my grandparent, Another Arthur - must be some sort of family name.)
Jessie Grace Treat, Nov. 15, 1895 - Jan. 2,
1984, M. Nelson Newman
Ralph Mortimer Treat, b. Jan 22, 1888 - d.
April 24, 1954, El Paso, TX
m. Amanda Aguayo
Hope this helps. I do not know much of the family history except what I have read. What kind of people they were, what they did for a living. Although, everyone was a farmer at the time. Let me know anything you know in this regard.
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