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Edith Sophia Bliss
Edith Sophia Bliss
 
 
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Eleanor Lois Purdy and Anna 'Nancy' McGowan
Eleanor Lois Purdy and Anna "Nancy" McGowan
Eleanor Lois Purdy and her grandmother, Anna "Nancy" McGowan 
 
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Eliza Davies
Eliza Davies
 
 
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Eliza Pitkin
Eliza Pitkin
 
 
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Eliza Pitkin
Eliza Pitkin
 
 
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Eliza Steele
Eliza Steele
 
 
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Eliza Steele
Eliza Steele
 
 
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Eliza Steele
Eliza Steele
 
 
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Eliza Steele
Eliza Steele
 
 
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Eliza Steele
Eliza Steele
 
 
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Elizabeth Smith
Elizabeth Smith
 
 
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Elizabeth Smith
Elizabeth Smith
 
 
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Elsworth Purdy and Mary Pauly Headstone
Elsworth Purdy and Mary Pauly Headstone
Purdy
1877 Ellsworth H. 1951
1878 Mary Pauly 1950 
 
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Emily Bowen
Emily Bowen
 
 
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Emma W Northrup
Emma W Northrup
wife of Albert Holdridge 
 
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Esther Stevens
Esther Stevens
 
 
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Esther Stevens Obituary
Esther Stevens Obituary
Mrs. Esther Holdridge Mrs. Esther Holdridge, 86, died Wednesday at the home of her son, Albert Holdridge, at Stop 11 1/2 Troy road, after nine months illness. The funeral service will be conducted by Rev. A. W. Rogers, D.D., of the Emanuel Baptist Church, of which she was a member, at the convenience of the family. Burial will be in Monroe county. Mrs. Holdridge was born in St. Lawrence County. She had lived in this section 15 years. She leaves three sons, James L Sackett, William of Holly, N.Y., and Albert of the Troy road. One daughter, Mrs Ada Boyce of Chicago, eight grandchildren, and four great grandchildren. 
 
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Ethel Louisa Fisher
Ethel Louisa Fisher
 
 
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Ethel Louisa Fisher and Ada Esther Fisher
Ethel Louisa Fisher and Ada Esther Fisher
Sisters 
 
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For descendants of Thomas and Rachel (Rice) Totman
For descendants of Thomas and Rachel (Rice) Totman
According to the family tradition the Totman family came to America from Wales. They are probably all descendants of John Totman who arrived in Boston September 6, 1632 on the ship “Lion.” Our Thomas would have been his great-great-great-grandson and was born in Plymouth, Massachusetts on August 22, 1763, second son and third child of Joshua and Elizabeth Ward Totman.

During the Revolution the family moved inland from the coast to what is now Colrain, Massachusetts. Thomas Totman enlisted from Deerfield, Massachusetts and served in the Hampshire Company Militia from July 13 to Occtober 10, 1780 when he was 17 years old. His father Joshua was a “minute man” in Plymouth in 1777 before going to Colrain.

Thomas married Rachel Rice, daughter of Samuel and Dorothy (Martin) Rice on September 22, 1783. She was the great-great-great-grandchild of Edmund and Tamazine (Frost) Rice who came to America in 1638. Thomas and Rachel had ten children born at Charlemont, Massachusetts, Luzerne, Warren County, New York, and Lorraine, Jefferson County, New York. Thomas Totman died at Lorraine on April 16, 1815 at 52 years. Their children were:

1. Samuel: born March 29, 1784 who married Naomi McCartney of an early Bristol family. He was the first Totman in Bristol, [Ontario County,] New York, coming here about 1813. He died suddenly of pneumonia on June 6, 1824 leaving seven small children all under 14 years- Ira, Linda, Deloss, Eliza, Jonathan, Caroline, and Adeline who was not born until December 1, 1824.

Ward Totman told of bringing his mother from Lorraine to Bristol to visit Samuel’s family after his father died, probably about 1819 or 20. They made the trip by oxcart.

Decendants bear the names: Case, Reed, Steen, Head, Bell, Gilchrist, Kingsbury, Tiffany, Briggs, Brockelbank, Phinney, Waldorf, Hunn, Longwort, Rhodes, Church, Field, Monroe, Stevens, Cohlson, Thayer, Coats, Walrod, Wilde, McKinney, Loveridge, Austin, Sharp, Hepp, Frank, Sheets, Hallman, Grindle, Dress, Morrison, Buchen, Coleman, Gunderson, Mason, Ryan, Andrews, Allen, Lenhart, Fredin, Stewart, Thomas, Lane, Sutton, Hanson, Jones, Burgess and others – most of them in the west.

2. Thomas: born June 16, 17786, married Sally Gleason, had 9 children, Asahel, Clark, Zeva, Eli, Squire, Mary Jeremy, Calvin, Harriet, and Sally. Some of these children settled in East Bloomfield and Bristol [Ontario County, New York]. Some named French, Nichols, Hart, Bryan, Fisher, Cook, Sebring, Martin and others.

3. Relief: born September 5, 1788, married Eli Moore – Lived near Glens Falls – had a son Richard Moore. Descendants named Gourley, Oatman, Fox, Saunders, Grimshaw, Brace, Linder, Beebe, Moore, Lester, Gifford, Garloc.
4. Dorothy: born May 5, 1791, married John Fletcher, lived in Bristol [Ontario County, New York]. Had John and George – children bear the names – McGory, Quayle, Haskell, Green, Peck, Conrow.

5. Calvin: born October 11, 1793, married Charlotte Washburn. Children – Relief, Eliza, Charlotte, Sarah, Calvin, Monroe, Laura – descendants also named Trafton, Lee, Cameron, Mack, Brownell, Kenyon, Manning, Gilbert, Rice, Rohr, Bickle, Offen.

6. William: born January 26, 1796, married Triphena Curtis. Joined migration to Athens, Ohio in 1815 (Amesville). Children: Isaac, Almira, Polly, Hiram, Lurana, Lucinda, Harriet, Phillip; descendants also named Mercer, Randolph, Au, Robinson, Gorham, Vaner, Carpenter, Everett, Wetherby, Dorr, Rathburn, Foutch, root, Sharkro, Spindler.

7. Rachel: born May 30, 1798, married 1st Jessie Rice, a cousin, son of Asa and Lucy (Smith) Rice – also a grandchild of Samuel and Dorothy (Martin) Rice. Married 2nd Michael Berg. Children – Rosetta, Ward, Eli, Richard, John, Caroline, and Jane. Descendants also named – Simpson, McPherson, Seidntoph, Pelton, Wood, Morenda, Domance, Sanger, Reynolds.

8. Ward: born October 26, 1800 died 1803 in Luzerne, New York.

9. Ward: born August 12, 1803 – Luzerne, New York married Irena Joyner, came to Bristol about 1840. Children: William, Nancy, Sophia, Katherine, Levi, Lester, and Francis. The last three children were born in Bristol. Descendants named Reed, Ormsby, Luther, Bliss, wilder, Andrews, Henish, Nudd, Wright, Breckenridge, Marble, Case, Corser, Voit, Purdy, Morse, Henrendeen, Methorell, Hemenway, Hicks, Pratt, Cooke, Appleton, Clisbee, Bishop, Bennett, Gladding, Bily, Governale, Gaza, Fox, Culver, Livingston, Steel, Croocker, McKenzie, Barnet, Lynn, Fuller, Hudson, Strapp, Derby, Stonewall.

10. Sylvester: born August 22, 1805, Lorraine (Also lived in Michigan) children – Boyd, Rosewell, Stigner, and Will. This family has the most Totmans, most of whom are in the west. Sons: Lorenzo, Calvin, and daughter Diane.

There are many Totmans in the west but it has been impossible to get complete records of the families. We do know that Sylvester came to Bristol to visit and on one occasion he stayed all summer to help Ward build his house, the Ward Totman homestead. Lorenzo was with him because the last time the hall in the home stead was papered when it was removed, scratched in the plaster was found the names of Lorenzo and Nancy and Sophia, the latter two Ward’s two oldest daughters.

Levi W. Totman: born April 7, 1842. His father was Ward Totman, a son of Thomas Totman who was born August 22, 1763. Ward Totman was born August 12, 1804 in Warren County (Luzerne). They moved to Jefferson County. He married Irena Joiner of Sullivan, Madison County, daughter of Benjamin Joiner. 4 sons and 3 daughters were born. They came to Bristol in 1840. Mrs. Totman died July 1863 and Mr. Totman married Hannah M. Moore of Watertown. She died in 1887. Members of M. E. Church. Mr W Totman died March 23, 1892.

Levi enlisted in 1862 in Company K First NY Mounted Rifles and served until June 1865. He was in the following battles: Williamsburg, Suffolk, Deserted Hill, Weldon Road, and others. Married first Zylpha Moore of East Waterton – children – Inez (deceased), Morris (deceased), Ella M, Florence L, Grace A, and Joel W. Mrs Totman died February 6, 1883. November 7th of the same year he married Julia Woodworth of East Watertown. Two children Ruth and Roger died in infancy.

Philienzo P Bliss [Jr]: born June 16, 1839 in Kankakee, Illinois, son of Philenzo Bliss whose father was James Bliss of Genesee County (died in Illinois 1839). Father of subject was born on Genesee County October 22, 1813 and died August 30, 1839 Illinois.

Married Caroline Gooding born in Bristol October 10, 1816. Bliss (subject) married Catherine L Totman of Bristol, born Jefferson County September 21, 184? Mr and Mrs Bliss have these children: Irene C, Winifred K, Henry W, Mabel S, Edith S, Alice C, Gooding H, Lester P, and Estehr (deceased). Moved to Bristol in 1876 and bought farm in 1882. Members of Congregational Church. Mrs Bliss is daughter of Ward Totman who came to Bristol in 1840.  
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Franc Marie Outhouse
Franc Marie Outhouse
 
 
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Grant Steele
Grant Steele
 
 
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Harlan Morton Fisher
Harlan Morton Fisher
 
 
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Harlan Morton Fisher
Harlan Morton Fisher
 
 
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Harlan Morton Fisher Agricultural Society
Harlan Morton Fisher Agricultural Society
http://ontario.nygenweb.net/agriculturistsocietymeeting1881toend.htm

From Geneva Gazette 19 January 1894

At an annual meeting of the Ontario County Agricultural Society these officers were elected:

Pres. - W. B. Osborne

Treas. - John B. Hall

Sec. - W. H. Warfield

V. Pres. - Harlan M. Fisher, Bristol; L. C. Mather, Canadice; James S. Hickox, Canandaigua; Roswell M. Lee, East Bloomfield; A. B. Hathaway, Farmington; H. M. Boardman, Gorham; Charles Bennett, Geneva; W. F. Marks, Hopewell; A. L. Dewey, Manchester; S. R. Wheeler, Naples; Chas. Cooledge, Phelps; Philip Reed, Richmond; V. L. Runyan, Seneca; John Ricketson, South Bristol; James Houston, Victor; George M. Sheppard, West Bloomfield.
Directors - E. M. Benham, J. D. King, C. P. Whitney, John M. Ladd, Horton McMillan, C. W. Lewis, Ira Lacy, George Collins, Henry Thompson, George S. Hickox, George A. Wheeler, C. Collins, James Nelson, Levi A. Page, John B. French, Walter S. Dorman.

Gen. Supt. - F. D. Spring, Victor. 
 
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Harlan Morton Fisher and men
Harlan Morton Fisher and men
Harlan is on bottom right. The rest are unknown. 
 
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Harlan Morton Fisher Family Sketch
Harlan Morton Fisher Family Sketch
From the HISTORY OF ONTARIO COUNTY, compiled by Lewis Cass Aldrich, edited by George S. Conover, 1893
http://ontario.nygenweb.net/Fsurnamefamilysketch.htm


Harlan M. Fisher, a native and resident of Bristol, was born February 25, 1850, and is a son of Alphonso G., a son of Nathaniel, whose father, Nathaniel, was a native of Dighton Mass., who about 1800 came to Bristol and settled.

Nathaniel, Jr., was born in Dighton, Mass., and came to Bristol with his parents. He was a colonel in the War of 1812, and was a prominent man. He was held in great respect by the Indians, who often stopped on their hunting expeditions to stay over night with Skianagha, as they called him, perhaps leaving some of their trophies of the chase as they departed in the morning.

His wife was Lovice Phillips of Dighton, Mass., who bore him one son and two daughters. He died in Bristol in 1855, and his wife in 1863.

Alphonso was born in Bristol November 16, 1816, and married Almeda, daughter of John Worrallo, who was lost on Lake Erie.

Mr. Fisher and wife had two sons, Harlan M. and Edgar N., the latter a farmer of Bristol. Mr. Fisher was an active politician, yet never accepted office. He died November 19, 1891, and his wife resides on the old homestead.

Subject was educated in Canandaigua Academy, graduating in 1878, and taught school for nineteen years in connection with farming. He owns 165 acres of land and is a general farmer. He makes a specialty of breeding bronze turkeys, Holstein cattle and Berkshire swine. He is a member of the Ontario County Agricultural Society, and for four years has lectured at Farmers' Institutes in New York, under the auspices of the State Agricultural Society, on various subjects connected with agriculture, and is considered a drainage expert. He is a Republican, and was assessor two terms.

In 1872, he married Helen L., daughter of the late Benjamin F. Phillips of Bristol. They reside on the farm settled by Elnathan Gooding, grandfather of Mrs. Fisher and the first settler of Bristol, who came there at the age of seventeen and remained alone the first winter.

One incident is perhaps worthy of mention as illustrating the material of the sturdy yeomanry of New England who settled the Empire State. While young Gooding was chopping down the thick forest to clear for crops, he heard a twig snap, and glancing over his shoulder saw a large savage standing back of him with a tomahawk raised to deal the deadly blow. Without deigning to give the Indian further notice, he kept on chopping, never missing a single stroke.

The Indian, admiring his coolness in the trying circumstances, quietly slipped the tomahawk in his belt with an "Ugh, white man no scare", disappeared in the dense woods. The children of Mr. and Mrs. Fisher are: Ethel L., Ada E., Harlan A., Rex P., Almeda L., and Marion E. Ethel L. is a student at Cook Academy at Havana NY.  
 
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Harlan Morton Fisher Injury
Harlan Morton Fisher Injury
http://ontario.nygenweb.net/miscnewspaperevents1888.htm

From Ontario County Journal 23 December 1887

Last Saturday about eleven o'clock the team of Harlan M. Fisher of Bristol ran away on Main street. One of the horses kicked Mr. Fisher near the ankle and knocked him down. He was unconscious for a moment and unable to control the team. The horses started up Main street and turning in near Supplee's furnishing goods store struck a post and stopped. No damage was done to the wagon except that the tongue was broken. Mr. Fisher's injuries were not severe although they prevented his attendance this week at the school which he is teaching. 
 
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Harlan Morton Fisher Obituary
Harlan Morton Fisher Obituary
ONTARIO COUNTY TIMES
Wednesday March 28, 1928
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HARLAN M. FISHER

Harlan N. Fisher, a life long and highly respected citizen of this county, and for many years prominent both as a farmer and as a politician, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lester P. Bliss, on the Hickox Road yesterday morning after a brief illness.

Harlan N. Fisher was born in Bristol, February 25, 1850, the son of Alphonso G. and Almeda Warollo Fisher. He was married in 1872 to Helen Louise Phillips of Bristol, who died on February 11, 1901.

Mr. Fisher secured his education in the common schools, and at the old Canandaigua Academy, and had an extended experience as a teacher, including several years as principal of the Honeoye Union School.

He served the town of Bristol several terms as assessor, and in 1896 ass its representative on the board of supervisors. In 1897 he was appointed an agent under the newly organized state excise department, and served with that department until March 31, 1911, the last several years as acting superintendent of agents.

Following his retirement from this office he returned to his farm home in Bristol, and there resided until failing health impelled him to give up active work, and he spent his remaining years with his children.

He is survived by four daughters, and two sons, Mrs. Robert B. Fisher, of Cambridge, NY., Mrs. Lester P. Bliss, of Canandaigua, Harlan A. Fisher, East Bloomfield, Rex P. Fisher, Canandaigua, Almeda L. Fisher, Canandaigua, and Mrs. Rolland A. Bliss of East Bloomfield. There are also 18 grandchildren, three great grandchildren, surviving.

Funeral will take place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester P. Bliss on Thursday afternoon, Rev. H. S. Carstens of Bristol Congregational Church officiating. Interment in Evergreen at Baptist Hill. 
 
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Harlan Morton Fisher Secretary
Harlan Morton Fisher Secretary
http://ontario.nygenweb.net/miscnewspaperevents1874to.htm

From Ontario County Journal 6 March 1874

The Farmers' Mechanics' and Hop Growers' Association of Bristol, at their annual meeting held on the 3d inst., elected the following officers:
President - Norman W. Randall
Vice President - Benjamin T. Philips
Recording Sec'y - Mark A. Case
Corres. Sec'y - Harlan M. Fisher
Treasurer - Billings T. Case
Marshal - Erastus H. Allen
Assist. Marshal - Horatio B. Sisson
Executive Committee - Nathan W. Thomas, John Smith, John Sisson 
 
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Harlan Philenzo Bliss and Ada Esther Fisher
Harlan Philenzo Bliss and Ada Esther Fisher
 
 
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Harriet Holdridge
Harriet Holdridge
 
 
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Helen Jeanette 'Nellie' Outhouse
Helen Jeanette "Nellie" Outhouse
 
 
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Helen Jeanette Outhouse and Franc Marie Outhouse
Helen Jeanette Outhouse and Franc Marie Outhouse
 
 
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Helen Louise Bliss
Helen Louise Bliss
 
 
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Helen Louise Bliss
Helen Louise Bliss
 
 
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Helen Louise Bliss and John Johnson Purdy
Helen Louise Bliss and John Johnson Purdy
 
 
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Helen Louise Bliss and Ruth Catherine Bliss
Helen Louise Bliss and Ruth Catherine Bliss
 
 
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Helen Louise Phillips
Helen Louise Phillips
 
 
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Helen Louise Phillips
Helen Louise Phillips
 
 
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Helen Louise Phillips Obituary
Helen Louise Phillips Obituary
http://ontario.nygenweb.net/Fiobituaries.htm

From Ontario County Journal 15 February 1901

South Bloomfield, N. Y.
Mrs. Louise Phillips Fisher, wife of Harlan M. Fisher, passed away suddenly early Monday morning. Mrs. Fisher had been ill only three days with the grip. On Sunday she seemed much better. In the morning her son, Harlan, went to speak to her, only to find her asleep, never to awake on earth. Mrs. Fisher was a noble Christian woman and a most devoted wife and mother and the whole community mourn with the bereft family in their irreparable loss. Besides her husband and aged mother, Mrs. Franklin Phillips, Mrs. Fisher leaves six children, Miss Ethel Fisher of Cambridge; Mrs. Lester Bliss of Vincent; Harlan, Rexford, Veda and Marion; also three brothers, M. John and Frank Phillips of Bristol, Elnathan Phillips, a missionary in India, and one sister, Mrs. Robert Simmons, of Bristol. The funeral was held at the home on Thursday at 1 o'clock. 
 
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Henry Goodwin Steele
Henry Goodwin Steele
 
 
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Henry Goodwin Steele, Lydia Lucretia Hudson, Eliza Steele (Goodwin), Abigail Lucretia Steele
Henry Goodwin Steele, Lydia Lucretia Hudson, Eliza Steele (Goodwin), Abigail Lucretia Steele
 
 
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Henry T Steele
Henry T Steele
 
 

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