Cuyler T. Bouton was born in Stephentown, Rensselaer County, New York Jan 18, 1813, was married to…
By: Tina Ordone Though this site is centered on Stephentown, I wanted to include some interesting things from the town that I actually grew up in, New Lebanon, Columbia County, NY. It is “next door” to Stephentown and has a very interesting history of it’s own. It’s major claim to fame is that of being […]
So, I want to have a family tree of Stephentown ancestors so that I (and you) can see how everyone was interrelated. I had thought about using Second Site and The Master Genealogist to do so, but then I was struck with inspiration to make a secondary tree over at WeRelate.org. So, feel free to […]
Note from Tina: I can verify that these men did indeed make house calls, in a day and time long past. I remember well, Dr. Thompson coming to my parents house when my brothers and I came down with the measles. We always called him “I’m going to give you a shot Thompson.” It seems that there was a shot for everything!! Dr. Swift was the man who pierced my ears when I was 16 years old. By that time, though, housecalls were on the way out and after much begging and pleading, I convinced my parents that I was old enough, and my Mom took me to Dr. Swift’s office for the piercing.
Here is my line that was accepted by the Mayflower Society
Brown, Rebecca 1757-1813, wife of George Tefft 1754-1813
Descended from Edward Doty, who arrived at Plymouth on the 1620 Mayflower as a servant to Stephen Hopkins
Many of the families that settled in Stephentown in the early days had roots with the families that came from England on the Mayflower.
GENEALOGY OF THE JOLLS FAMILY IN AMERICA
District Attorney Colby stated some of the facts developed on the part of the prosecution – that there was a woman in the case who had lived both with the deceased and the prisoner – that there were spots of blood on the ground between Jenks’ house and his barn, giving rise to the theory that he had been deliberately killed at the former place