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These bible sheets were purchased at auction. They are older
photostat copies

in negative. I do not know the current whereabouts of either bible, or whether

the pages were separated from them. Many of the entries in the first bible were

transcribed from the other, older (1769) bible. I am having trouble transcribing these

entries, and am therefore cleaning them up and placing them here for some help.

If you can transcribe all of these or even a sheet, please send them to me at

Tracy St. Claire (aaf@ais.net), and I will post them here and other places

(Rootsweb, GenForum, The Bible Archives, etc). I absolutely do not make a profit

off of this (quite to the contrary!!).


Bible # 1-- The Holy Bible Containing the Old and New Testaments.
American Bible Society, New York, 1857.

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FAMILY RECORD

At Plainfield N.J. March 15, 1879 Benjamin T Horton to Lizzie L. Brown

MARRIAGES

Isaac Newton Smith and Gloria Talmage married January 18th 1812.
John Ogden and Angeline T Dibble May 20th, 1840.
Elizabeth and Joseph Merritt Brintnall Sept 8, 1836.
Mary Bowers and Charles Ellison June 4th, 1846.
Martha Aletta + Theodore King Horton Feb 4th 1847.
Jane Ann + Tallmadge Baker, Oct 6th 1849.
Tallmadge B Horton to Hattie E Carl, January 29, 1887.
(note in left margin says children of John & Clarissa)

BIRTHS
Thomas Smith Sep 12, 1748
Rebecca do Jan 19, 1748
their children
Elizabeth Nov 21, 1772 James Sep 23 1774
Jonathan Mch 26, 1776 John Mch 24, 1778
Samuel Sep 24, 1780 Thomas Aug 27, 1782
Ephraim July 19, 1784 Twin bro Jun 20, 1786
Isaac Newton July 21, 1787 Sarah Mch 16, 1790
Rebecca June 2, 1793

Isaac Newton Smith children
John Ogden Born Nov 12, 1812 Elizbaeth Oct 16, 1814
Mary Bower " Aug 4, 1816 George Thomas Oct 13, 1818
Martha B July 22, 1821 Martha Aletta Nov 14, 1823
Jane Ann June 8, 1825

Transcribed by RHorton420@aol.com

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Barnabus Horton emigrated to Southold L.I. from town Mosely Leister Co,
Eng, 1640 and begat Jonathan, Jonathan begat James & James begat
Barnabus & Barnabus begat Benjamin, & Benjamin Osborn Oct 5th 1787 &
Osborn begat Mary Elizabeth March 17, 1812 also Theodore King Augt 12th
1819 also Benjamin Dewitt Nov 8th 1822',

Theodore K Horton begat Franklin Munn Mar 15th 1848. Also Phillip
Hallock Thursday July 14th 1850. also Tallmadge Bker Sunday, Jan 25th
1852, also Benjamin Theodore Monday May 26th 1856, also Grace Thursday
Nov 8th 1860, also Howard Friday Oct 7th 1864

Ethel Horton born May the 7th 1882 -
Alma Horton December 2 1883
Mabel Horton August 13th 1885

Transcribed by RHorton420@aol.com

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Tallmadge Baker, March 16 1899
Theodore K Horton
Wed July 12th, 1893

FAMILY RECORD

(Benjamin T Horton, October 28th 1903 - Tallmadge B Horton 1903
24 June)
Thomas Smith, August 13th, 1836.
Rebecca Smith, December 15th, 1819.
Elizabeth " December 14th, 1793.
James July 25th,1834. Jonathan Aug 20th 182_
John June 12th, 1839. Samuel July 16tn, 1838.
Thomas August 3rd, 1861. Ephraim Dec 13th, 187_.
Twin brothers June 20th, 1786. Sarah Nov 9th, 1791.
Rebecca April 13th, 1794.

In left hand margin Grace Horton Jan 31, 1943.

Thomas Talmage, dec 28th, 1846.
Pamela Talmage, Aug 29th, 1841.
Clarissa Smith Aug 6th, 1879.
John Talmage Nov 18th, 1850. Elisha (?) Sep 6th, 1812.
Rosetta Aug 31st, 1817.

George Thomas Smith at Woosung, China July 1, ___
Martha B Oct 5th, 1822

Sally Horton March 16th, 1865
Osborne Horton Aug 19th, 1866.
Isaac Newton Smith Oct 5th, 1869.

Jane Ann, wife of Tallmadge Baker March 30th, 1888.

Mary E Horton, widow of John Sew___ April 16, 1888.

J Ogden Smith April 30th 189_
Elizabeth Brinnall Nov 6th, 189_

In left margin Martha A Horton Oct28, 1904.



Transcribed by RHorton420@aol.com

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Bible # 2 -- The New Testament Of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

Printed by Alexander Kincaid His Majefty's Printer MDCCLXIX [1769].

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Zerubabel Born november 2d 1744
Richard Born october 5d 1746
Zachariah Born Elizabeth february 5d y 1749
John Born may 16d 1751
Daniel Born Sarah august 5d 175_
Caleb Born october 27d y1756
Ezra Born december 23d y1752
Deliverance Born August 6 day 1769
Deliverance Phillips dide May the 17th, 1817


Transcribed by RHorton420@aol.com


Zerubebel Born november 2d 1744
(*in French months are not capitalized. d is for day and y is for year)
Richard Born october 5d 1746
Zacharis Born Elisabeth febary 5d 1749
John Born may 16d 1751y
Daniel Born Sarah august 5d 175?
Caleb Born october 2d 1758y
Ezra Born december 2d 1758y
Deliverance Born august 6 day 1769 y
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Deliverance Phillips Vide(sp?) May the 17th 18(?)17



Transcribed by E. Anne Horton (kz4y@home.com)

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Oct 5, 1787
Osborn Horton Born the year of our lord
Sally Phillips Born the year of our Lord Feb 20, 1787.
Mary E Horton Born the year of our Lord March 17, 1815.
Theodore K Horton Born the year of our Lord Aug 12, 1819.
Benjamin D Horton Born the year of our Lord Nov 8, 1822.
Martha Aletta Smith Born Nov 14th, 1823.
Franklin Munn Horton, Born Wednesday, March 15th, 1848.
Phillip Hallock Horton Born Thursday, Feby 14th, 1850.
Tallmadge Baker Horton Born Sunday Jany 25, 1852
Theodore, Benjamin Horton Born Monday, May 26th, 1856.
Grace Horton Born Thursday Nov 8, 1860
Howard Horton Born Friday Oct 7, 1864

Transcribed by RHorton420@aol.com


Osborn Horton Born the year of our Lord Oct.5.1787
Sally Phillips Born the year of our Lord Feb. 20. 178_
Mary E. Horton Born the year of our Lord March 17.1813
Theodore K. Horton Born the year of our Lord Aug.12.1819
Benjamin D. Horton Born the year of our Lord Nov. 8. 1822
Martha Aletta Smith Born Nov. 14.1823
Franklin Mann Horton Born Wed. March 15th, 1848
Phillip Hallock Horton Born Thursday Feb(y) 14 1850
Tallmadge Baker Horton Born Sunday Jan(y) 25 1852
Theodore Benjamin Horton Born Monday May 26 1856
Grace Horton Born Thursday Nov. 8 1860
Howard Horton Born Friday Oct, 7 1864


Transcribed by E. Anne Horton (kz4y@home.com)

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Marriages

Osborn Horton to Sally Phillips.

Theodore Horton to Martha A Smith, July 4th, 1847.

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Marriages
Osborn Horton to Sally Phillips
Theodore K. Horton to Martha A. Smith July 4th, 1847


Transcribed by E. Anne Horton (kz4y@home.com)



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Barnabas Horton begat Jonathan. Jonathan begat James. James begat
Barnabas. Barnabas begat Benjamin, all the above are buried in the
graveyard Southold, L.I. Benjamin begat Osborn. Osborne begat
Theodore. Theodore begat Frank, Phillip, Tallmadge. (Osborn, Theodore
and his children now reside in the city of Brooklyn and are alive on
this date Sept 4, 1853.)

(Barnabus Horton emigrated from the town of Mowseley County Leister
England and settled in the place called Southold L.I. in the year
1640 see History L.I.)

Transcribed by RHorton420@aol.com


Barnabas Horton beget Jonathan. Jonathan beget James. James beget
Barnabas. Barnabas beget Benjamin. All the above are buried in the
graveyard Southold L.I.-
Benjamin beget Osborn. Osborn beget Theodore, Theodore beget Frank,
Phillip & Tallmadge. (Osborn. Theodore and his children now
(?....possibly "schoolteach") in the city of Brooklyn and are alive at
this date Sept 4, 1853)
(Barnabas Horton emigrated from the town of Mowsley County Leister. Eng.
and settled in the place called Southold L.I. in the year 1640 in
History L.I.)

Transcribed by E. Anne Horton (kz4y@home.com)

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Barnabus Horton emigrated from the town of Mowsley, Leister, England.
Landed at town of Southold, Long Island 1640 with a party of others
and first settled the same town - (see History of Long Island).

Barnabus begat nine children - The youngest Jonathan lived to a good
old age - and was buried under the same tombstone at Southold with his
father Barnabus.

Jonathan begat a son named James , who first settled Hog Neck a town in
Southold - James built a house to the south of the road near the creek
- James begat a son named Benjamin who built the first house on the
road east from the school house. Benjamin lived to a good old age - and
was a strict puritan - Benjamin had two wives and many children - the
third by his first wife was named Osborne - who married Sally Phillips
of Speonk L. I. by whom he had three children, Mary, Theodore and
Benjamin - Osborne afterwards moved to Brooklyn L.I. where his oldest
son Theodore married Martha A Smith. Theodore resides in Brooklyn and
has four sons Franklin, Philip, Tallmadge and Theodore at this date
November 1856. Theodore visited England in the summer of 1856 found
the town of Mowsley to be a small village about twelve miles south of
Leister. There were several families of Hortons living in the place and
found the name as far back as 1660. The oldest parish register extant -
also found the name on several tombstones - the oldest bearing date
1770.

Transcribed by RHorton420@aol.com


Barnabus Horton emigrated from the town of Mowseley County Liester Eng.
landed at the town of Southold Long Island 1640. with a party of others and
and first settled the same town (see History of Long Island). Barnabus begat
nine children. The youngest Jonathan lived to a good old age - and was
buried under the same tombstone at Southold with his father Barnabus.
Jonathan begat a son named James, who first settled Hog Neck a town in
Southold - James built a house to the south of the road near the creek -
James begat a son named Barnabus, who begat a son named Benjamin, who built
the first house on the road east from the school house - Benjamin lived to a
good old age, and was a strict Puritan. Benjamin had two wives and many
children. The third by his first wife was named Osborne, who married Sally
Phillips of Speok L.I. by whom he had three children. Mary, Theodore and
Benjamin. Osborne afterwards moved to Brooklyn L.I. where his oldest son
Theodore married Martha A. Smith. Theodore resides in Brooklyn and has four
sons Franklin, Philip, Tallmadge and Theodore at this date November 1856...
Theodore visited England in the summer of 1856 found the town of Mowsley to
be a small village about twelve miles south of Leister - there were several
families of Hortons living in the place. Also found the name as far back as
1660 - the oldest parish register extant - also found the name on several
tombstones the oldest buried date 1770.

Transcribed by Judith Horton. (judith.horton@compaq.com)


Barnabas Horton emigrated from the town of Mowsley, County Leister, Eng.
landed at town of Southold, Long Island 1640 with a party of others and
first settled the same town (see History of Long Island) Barnabas beget
nine children. The youngest Jonathan lived to be a good old age- and was
buried under the same tomb-stone at Southold with his father Barnabas.
Jonathan beget a son named James who first settled Hog Neck a town in
Southold- James built a house to the south of the road near the creek.
James beget a son named Barnabas who beget a son named Benjamin-who
built the first house on the road east from the schoolhouse- Benjamin
lived to a good old age and was a Strict Puritan- Benjamin had two wives
and many children- the third by his first wife was named Osborn- who
married Sally Phillips of Speouk (sp?) LI by whom he had three children
,Mary Theodore and Benjamin.Osborn afterwards moved to Brooklyn LI where
his oldest son Theodore married Martha A. Smith. Theodore resided in
Brooklyn and has four sons Franklin. Phillip. Tallmadge and Theodore at
this date November 1856. Theodore visited England in the summer of 1856
found the town Mowsley to be a small village about twelve miles south of
Leister. There were several families of Hortons living in the place also
found the name as far back as 1660-the oldest Parish register extant-
also found the name on several tombstones. the oldest burial date 1770.

Transcribed by E. Anne Horton (kz4y@home.com)


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