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Sarah Brewer1

F, b. 19 September 1861, d. 22 September 1940
  • Sarah Brewer was born on 19 September 1861 Washington, Webster Co., Iowa.2
  • She appeared on the census on 7 July 1870 Washington, Webster Co., Iowa, Sarah Brewer, age 8, born in Iowa.3
  • She appeared on the census on 16 June 1880 Washington, Webster Co., Iowa, Sarah Brewer, age 18, born in Iowa. Daughter.1
  • She was named in her father's will dated on 2 July 1888 called daughter, Sarah Branigan.4
  • She died on 22 September 1940 Compeir, Alberta, Canada.2

Citations

  1. [S106] 1880 US Census,NARA Ser. T9, Roll 369, page 454C, ED 217. FHL film #1254369. Francis Brewer household.
  2. [S4328] Jean Brewer, "Francis Brewer (Jr.) FGS", Hard copy received from Jean Brewer, October 2011.
  3. [S235] 1870 US Census,NARA Ser. M593, Roll 425, page 531A, FHL film #545925. Frank Brewer household.
  4. [S4328] Jean Brewer, "Francis Brewer (Jr.) FGS", Hard copy received from Jean Brewer, October 2011, Transcript of will. File #961, Webster Courthouse, Fort Dodge, Webster Co., Iowa.

Sarah Brewer1

F, b. circa 1858, d. 8 February 1931
  • Sarah Brewer was born circa 1858 Wyoming Co., Pennsylvania.1
  • She appeared on the census on 6 October 1860 Meshoppen, Wyoming Co., Pennsylvania, Sarah Brewer, age 2, born in Pennsylvania.1
  • She appeared on the census on 11 June 1880 Meshoppen, Wyoming Co., Pennsylvania, Sarah Brewer, age 21, born in Pennsylvania. Single. Daughter.2
  • She died on 8 February 1931 Scranton, Lackawanna Co., Pennsylvania.3
  • She was buried on 10 February 1931 Overfield Cemetery, Meshoppen Twp., Wyoming Co., Pennsylvania.3

Citations

  1. [S232] 1860 US Census,NARA Ser. M653, Roll 1197, page 157, FHL film #805197. Hiram Brewer household.
  2. [S106] 1880 US Census,NARA Ser. T9, Roll 1205, page 86A, ED 129. FHL film #1255205. Hiram Brewer household.
  3. [S4325] Jean Brewer, "Hiram Brewer FGS", Numerous source citations including census and deed records, correspondence with descendants, obituaries, cemetery records, etc. Hard copy received from Jean Brewer, October 2011.

Sarah Brewer1

F, b. July 1764, d. before July 1791
  • Also known as Sally Brewer.2
  • Sarah Brewer was born in July 1764.1
  • She was named in her father's will dated on 20 November 1780.3
  • She married Dr. Elias Cornelius.2
  • Sarah Brewer died on 5 February 1784.1
  • Sarah Brewer and Dr. Elias Cornelius resided Yorktown, Westchester Co., New York.2
  • Sarah Brewer died before July 1791.

Family: Dr. Elias Cornelius b. 17 Oct 1758, d. 13 May 1823

Citations

  1. [S4307] Emily Warren Roebling, Journal of Reverand Silas Constant, page 63-64 fn 133.
  2. [S3071] Claire M. Lamers, "Ledger of Doctor Elias Cornelius", 112:175. Dr. Cornelius Elias was born at Hempstead, L.I. on 17 Oct 1758, son of Jonathan Cornelius and his first wife Sarah Baldwin. During the Revolution he was appointed surgeon's mate in the 2nd Regt., Rhode Island troops. After his discharge he settled at Yorktown, Westchester Co., New York where he began a medical practice. His first wife was Sally Brewer who died at a young age, no children survived infancy. On 12 Jul 1791, Dr. Cornelius married Eachel Stoker and they had six children. At this time he moved to Somers, Westchester County. The area covered by his practice was extensive, including the towns of Somers, Yorktown, Carmel (originally Frederickstown) and Phillipstown.
  3. [S3348] New York (County) Surrogate's Court Abs. NY Co. Wills v. 9, page 212. James Brewer of the Manor of Cortlandt.
  4. [S4307] Emily Warren Roebling, Journal of Reverand Silas Constant, page 159 fn 237.

Sarah Brewer1

F, b. circa 1828
  • Sarah Brewer was born circa 1828 Ontario Co., New York.1

Citations

  1. [S4323] Jean Brewer, "Alonzo Brewer FGS", Cites various sources including correspondence, census records, military records, published accounts. Hard copy received from Jean Brewer, October 2011.

Sarah Almeda Brewer1

F, b. 17 December 1823, d. 2 January 1906
  • Sarah Almeda Brewer was born on 17 December 1823 Ludlow, Windsor Co., Vermont.
  • She married Calvin Galusha Coolidge Plymouth, Windsor Co., Vermont, on 3 March 1844.2
  • Sarah Almeda Brewer died on 2 January 1906 Plymouth, Windsor Co., Vermont.

Family: Calvin Galusha Coolidge b. 22 Sep 1815, d. 15 Dec 1878

Citations

  1. [S280] Marcus Cunliffe, Leslie Hume Cunliffe and David Williamson, Burke's Presidential Families.
  2. [S398] Montpelier, Vermont, Vermont VR: Film #F-30170, "Sally" A. Brewer of Ludlow, Vermont, married Calvin G. Coolidge, 3 Mar 1844 at Plymouth, Vermont. Israel P. Brown, J.P.

Sarah E. Brewer1

F, b. 30 September 1831
  • Sarah E. Brewer was born on 30 September 1831.1
  • She appeared on the census on 6 August 1850 Lee, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts, Sarah Brewer, age 18, born in Massachusetts.2
  • She married Amos E. Langdon on 4 August 1858.1

Family: Amos E. Langdon

Citations

  1. [S3690] William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BIB BB-355.
  2. [S212] 1850 US Census,NARA Ser. M432, Roll 306, page 49A. Harvey Brewer household.

Sarah Jane Brewer

F, b. 17 September 1829
  • Sarah Jane Brewer was born on 17 September 1829 Southborough, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S406] Systematic History Fund, Southborough, Mass. VR, Southborough Births, p.19.

Sarah L. Brewer1

F, b. circa 1845
  • Also known as Sarah E. Brewer.2
  • Sarah L. Brewer was born circa 1845 Orange Co., New York.1
  • She appeared on the census on 12 October 1850 Warwick, Orange Co., New York, Sarah L. Brewer, age 5, born in New York.1
  • She appeared on the census on 30 August 1860 Greene, Chenango Co., New York, as Sarah E. Brewer, age 14, born in New York.2
  • She appeared on the census on 9 July 1870 Ward 1, Binghamton, Broome Co., New York, Sarah Brewer, age 24, born in New York. Music teacher. (Apparently single, lives with her parents).3

Citations

  1. [S212] 1850 US Census,NARA Ser. M432, Roll 574, page 23B. Ira Brewer household.
  2. [S232] 1860 US Census,NARA Ser. M653, Roll 734, page 420, FHL film #803734. Ira Brewer household.
  3. [S235] 1870 US Census,NARA Ser. M593, Roll 906, page 77A, FHL film #552405. Ira Brewer household.

Sarah Williston Brewer1

F, b. 23 June 1821
  • Sarah Williston Brewer was born on 23 June 1821 Tyringham, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S658] Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850, online www.newenglandancestors.org, VR of Tyringham, Mass. to the Year 1850, page 16.

Sarjey Brewer1

F, b. 26 March 1787
  • Sarjey Brewer was born on 26 March 1787 probably Hartford Co., Connecticut.1

Citations

  1. [S2442] Dorothy Brewer Erikson, Descendants of Thomas Brewer, page 35.

Seabury D. Brewer

M, b. circa 1861
  • Also known as Seabury Doan Brewer.2
  • Seabury D. Brewer was born circa 1861 New York.3
  • By an indenture dated 25 April 1871, between Seabury Brewer and Florence K. Brewer of Troy, Rensselaer Co., New York, infant children of James M. Brewer late of the city of Troy represented by Thomas L. Wing of the city of Poughkeepsie, NY, their special guardian, infants under the age of fourteen years of the first part, and Andrew Montrait of the city of Troy of the second part. Whereas the above named infants by Rev. George Seabury and Thomas L. Wing general guardians, petitioned the Supreme Court (Rensselaer Co.) for the right to sell property to Andrew Montrait.1
  • He appeared on the census in June 1880 Utica, Oneida Co., New York, as S. D. Brewer, age 19, born in New York. Both parents born in New York. At school. Enumerated as grandson in the household of Mercia Hoyt (age 70).4
  • He married Mary Catherine Stewart, daughter of Alex Stewart and Mary Althea Jones, Hastings Co., Ontario, Canada, on 2 June 1888.3
  • Seabury D. Brewer is listed in the 1890 New York City Directory, "manager, 15 Cortlandt, h(ome) Bergen Point, N.J.5
  • Seabury D. Brewer appeared on the census on 17 June 1920 Assembly District 9, Manhattan, New York Co., New York, Seabury Brewer, age 59, born in New York. Both parents born in New York. Occupation: none. Resides at 42 West 94th Street. Lodger. Married (wife not recorded).6
  • The following was posted to an online forum (AVS Forum) by Robert Wood in August, 2002: "Many years ago MIT dug into it's archives and gathered together what it called it's "crank" files. An example is the story of Seabury Brewer. What you read below is courtesy of MIT...
    _________________________________________________________

    Seabury Doane Brewer made no less than 124 discoveries. His poster-sized treatise entitled, "124 Discoveries Made between 1892 and 1930 by Seabury Doane Brewer, of Lake George, New York, and Montclair, New Jersey," contains the revelation "that temperature, with its variations, is one of the most wonderful things, and is always present everywhere," and "that physicians should be compelled to destroy all unfit specimens of humanity immediately upon their birth." At the time of publication Brewer was in his seventieth year and still making discoveries.

    Brewer didn't restrict himself to just one field of science, or to even just science. The subjects he explored include: Psychology, Government, Life, Evolution, Miscellaneous, Education, Astronomy, The Laws-of-Nature, Fire Balls,--of Lightning, Shadow Bands,--of Sun's Eclipses, Northern Lights, Radio, Mathematics, "Nothing" and Myself; he also adds a postscript concerning atoms and comets.

    Though there isn't room here to list all 124, the following abbreviated list of Brewer's Discoveries is a fair representation of the type of material found in the archive:

    1. That our thoughts have been, are being, and will be, thought by other thinkers.

    28. That there is no such thing as Platonic love between normal males and females.

    30. That umbilical cords should be allowed to wither away naturally. (I will wager that Methuselah did not have his umbilical cord monkeyed with.) Man alone interferes with the impregnation, interferes with the embryo, and interferes with birth. How unfair to the child. Watch the animals, birds and insects; watch all things in their various processes of being born.

    39. That the inexorable economic law of supply and demand is a fake,--as well as many another economic law.

    52. That phonetic spelling should not be allowed.

    69. That twin stars do not exist. That what is seen is the result of (caused by) optical reflection.

    70. That Saturn's ring does not exist. That what is seen is the result of (caused by) optical reflection.

    Discovery #108, isn't really a discovery; it's the story of Brewer's correspondence with Einstein and a "Mr. Poor," which he carried on under his astronomical noms-de-plume, "Mrs. Mary Bryant" and "Shirley Brown":
    108. That a "5 diagramed paraphrase" explains why it is that Einstein has not yet reached the goal. The paraphrase, and the construction of it, occurred under the following circumstances.

    Brewer...

    On March 27, 1929, (in the name of "Mrs. Mary Bryant," my astronomical nom-de-plume, although it happens to be the only time I ever wrote a letter in that name) I wrote Albert Einstein, enclosing one dollar, for an authentic translation of his latest article, --which I have never received, and he still has my one dollar.
    Without looking the matter up, I think that he (Einstein) was reported to have said, at that time, that "gravitation" is "electricity."
    In my ("Mrs. Mary Bryant's") letter to him I said that long ago I had discovered that all things (even gravitation, magnetism, electricity, chemistry, and even Life itself) are so interwoven, intermingled, and mixed up together, that it is almost impossible to tell where one thing leaves off and an other thing begins. ...

    Brewer is a good example of someone who wants to replace the scary and impenetrable theories of 20th century science with good old-fashioned common sense, or, in some cases, a strange admixture of common sense and strong opinions."7

Family: Mary Catherine Stewart b. c 1862

Citations

  1. [S1617] Rensselaer Co. Deeds v.152;, pp.37-38.
  2. [S4333] William M. McKinney and H. Noyes Greene, Annotated Cases, American and English, page 415. Seabury v. Brewer, 53 Barb. (N.Y.) 662, it appeared that a will contained the following provision: "I wish my person and real estate to be appropriated equally to the benefit of my wife Emily H. Brewer, and of my children, Seabury Doane Brewer and Florence Kipp Brewer."
  3. [S4046] Ontario, Canada Marriages 1801-1928, online www.ancestry.com, Retrieved October 2011. Seabury D. Brewer, Mary Catherine Stewart.
  4. [S106] 1880 US Census,NARA Ser. T9, Roll 904, page 160C, ED 133, FHL film #1254904. Mercia Hoyt household.
  5. [S1635] NYC Dir., 1890, online www.ancestry.com.
  6. [S7] 1920 US Census,NARA Ser. T625, Roll 1201, page 11A, ED 671. Seabury Brewer household.
  7. [S1618] AVS Forum webpage, online http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/printthread.php

Selyna Brewer

F, b. 22 August 1803
  • Selyna Brewer was born on 22 August 1803 Ludlow, Vermont.1

Citations

  1. [S398] Montpelier, Vermont, Vermont VR: Film #F-30170, Selyna Brewer, daughter of Eliab and Sally Brewer, b. 22 Aug 1803.

Seth Brewer1

M, b. 21 May 1738, d. 8 January 1777
  • Seth Brewer was born on 21 May 1738 Middletown, Connecticut.1
  • He was baptized on 25 June 1738 Congregational Church, Portland (originally East Middletown), Connecticut.1
  • He died on 8 January 1777.1

Citations

  1. [S2442] Dorothy Brewer Erikson, Descendants of Thomas Brewer, page 28.

Sheldon Brewer1

M, b. circa 1829
  • Sheldon Brewer was born circa 1829 probably Berkshire, Franklin Co., Vermont, (age 31 in 1860, 41 in 1870).1
  • He married Emily before 1860.2
  • In both 1860 and 1870, Sheldon and his wife Emily are living with Sheldon's parents in Canton, New York, without children of their own.1,2

Family: Emily b. c 1837

Citations

  1. [S235] 1870 US Census,Roll M593_1097.
  2. [S232] 1860 US Census,Roll M653_852.

Sheldon S. Brewer

M, b. 5 November 1803
  • Also known as Sykes Brewer.1
  • Also known as Silser Brewer.2
  • Sheldon S. Brewer was born on 5 November 1803 Berkshire, Franklin Co., Vermont.2,1
  • In 1810, David Brewer had only one son under the age of 10. Different records for a Sheldon S., a Sykes, and a Silser Brewer have been found, all indicating a birth date in 1802 or 1803, and since David had only one son before 1810, the three are presumed to be one in the same. Additionally, the seperate sources for Sheldon S., and Sykes each had him with a son Milton B., b. 1845.
  • He married Laura before 1827.1
  • Sheldon S. Brewer appeared on the census in 1830 Berkshire, Franklin Co., Vermont, household of 1 male under 5, 1 male 20-30, 1 female under 5, 1 female 20-30.3
  • He appeared on the census in 1840 Berkshire, Franklin Co., Vermont, (from index, original record not viewed).4
  • He appeared on the census in 1850 Berkshire, Franklin Co., Vermont, Sykes, age 47, b. Vermont; wife Mary, age 45, b. Vermont; children Louisa (23), Ellen (17), Richmond (11), Emma (10), Milton B. (5), Mary M. (2).1
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 Canton, St. Lawrence Co., New York, called Sheldon S. Brewer, age 67, b. Vermont, a farmer; his wife Lara, age 65, b. Vermont; daughter Annette, age 22, b. Vermont; son Sheldon, age 41, b. Vermont, and his wife Emily, age 33.5

Family: Laura b. c 1805

  • He married Laura before 1827.1

Citations

  1. [S212] 1850 US Census,Roll M432_924, p.199.
  2. [S398] Montpelier, Vermont, Vermont VR: Film #F-30170, Silser Brewer, b. 5 Nov 1803 in Berkshire, son of David Brewer.
  3. [S402] 1830 US Census,Roll 183, p.138.
  4. [S403] 1840 US Census,Roll M704_542, p.257.
  5. [S235] 1870 US Census,Roll M593_1097.

Simeon Brewer1

M, b. circa 1825
  • Simeon Brewer was born circa 1825 Vermont.1
  • He married Anna before 1845.2
  • Age 25 in 1850, living at the home of his parents Hatzel and Polly Brewer in Emmet, Wisconsin.1
  • Simeon Brewer appeared on the census in 1860 Hustiford, Dodge Co., Wisconsin, Simeon Brewer, age 35, b. Vermont; wife "Aner", age 33, b. Canada; children (first two born in Canada, youngest two in Wisconsin) Catherine (15), Royal (12), Albert (10), Miles (9); and Amelia Margariett, age 21 b. Hanover (prob. Germany).2
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 Hustisford, Dodge Co., Wisconsin, Simion, age 55, born in Vermont, a farmer; wife Annie, age 50, born in Canada; daughter Hattie, age 12, born in Wisconsin. Also recorded are Charles Stook, 19, laborer, and Henrietta Kraut, servant.3

Family: Anna b. c 1827

Citations

  1. [S212] 1850 US Census,Roll M432_996, p.152.
  2. [S232] 1860 US Census,Roll M653_1406, p.558.
  3. [S216] 1880 US Census,Roll T9_1423, p.225A, ED16.

Simeon Brewer1

M, b. 29 October 1782
  • Simeon Brewer was born on 29 October 1782 Providence, Rhode Island.1
  • He married Eunice Macy.1

Family: Eunice Macy b. 1785

Citations

  1. [S658] Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850, online www.newenglandancestors.org, VR of Nantucket, Mass. to the Year 1850, page 119.
  2. [S658] Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850, online www.newenglandancestors.org, VR of Nantucket, Mass. to the Year 1850, page 118.

Simon Dexter Brewer1

M, b. 8 March 1815
  • Simon Dexter Brewer was born on 8 March 1815 Royalston, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S658] Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850, online www.newenglandancestors.org, VR of Royalston, Mass. to the Year 1850, page 17.

Sofe Brewer

F, b. 15 December 1804
  • Also known as Sophia.
  • Sofe Brewer was born on 15 December 1804 Southborough, Worcester Co., Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S406] Systematic History Fund, Southborough, Mass. VR, Southborough Births, p.19.

Solomon Brewer1,2

M, b. 25 May 1746, d. 18 March 1824

  • Also known as Solomon Brower.3
  • Solomon Brewer was baptized on 25 May 1746 Springfield, Massachusetts.4
  • He married first Springfield, Massachusetts, on 11 January 1770 Martha Smith (int. dated 16 Dec 1769).5
  • Solomon Brewer was found on the tax list Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1775 along with his father, Dea. Nathaniel Brewer, George Brewer, and Charles Brewer.6
  • He was a Revolutionary War soldier. From Springfield, Massachusetts, as Sergeant or Clerk, in Maj. Andrew Colton's Co. of Minute Men, which responded to the Lexington Alarm, 19 Apr 1775. In Aug 1776 he was an Ensign in Capt. Reuben Munn's Co.1,7
  • Solomon Brewer resided Guilford, New Haven Co., Connecticut; after the Revolution.1
  • He married second Guilford, Connecticut, on 4 April 1786 Rene Benton (Josephine Frost states that they had ten children, but names only five).1,8
  • Solomon Brewer moved to Greenburgh, (Tarrytown), Westchester Co., New York, before 1790.1
  • He appeared on the census in 1790 Greenburgh, Westchester Co., New York, as Solomon Brewer, with a household of 1 male over 16, 1 male under 16, 3 females.9
  • He appeared on the census in 1800 Greensburgh, Westchester Co., New York, as Solomon "Brwer," with a household of 2 males under 10, 1 male 10-15, 1 male over 45, 2 femles 10-15, 1 female 26-44.10
  • On 5 Nov 1806, Solomon Brewer (with Thomas Boyce, Jr., Abraham Acker and Henry Hammond) witnessed a deed by which Jacob Roomer of the Town of Greenburgh, Westchester Co., New York conveyed property to John Roomer of the same place.11
  • He appeared on the census in 1810 Greenburgh, Westchester Co., New York, called Solomon Brower, with a household of 2 males under 10, 1 male over 45, 3 females under 10, 1 female 16-25, 1 female 26-44.3
  • He appeared on the census on 7 August 1820 Greenburgh, Westchester Co., New York, Solomon Brewer, with a household of 2 males 16-25, 1 male over 45, 2 females 10-15, 1 female 16-25, 1 female 26-44, 1 female over 45, 1 person engaged in manufactures.12
  • He died on 18 March 1824 Greenburgh, (Tarrytown), Westchester Co., New York.1
  • He was buried Old Dutch Burying Ground of Sleepy Hollow, (Tarrytown), Westchester Co., New York.13
  • In an affidavit dated 5 Jan 1855, found in the file of the Revolutionary War Pension Application of Solomon Brewer, is an affidavit of Phebe Ann Bush who testifies that at his death, Solomon Brewer left the following children: Sally Purdy, Polly Brewer, Patty Shaffer, Lucinda Williams, Horace Brewer, James Brewer, and Clarissa McGowin, that they were the only children of his wife Rene Brewer that were then living.7
  • The name of Solomon Brewer appears on the The Revolutionary War Soldiers Monument at Tarrytown, New York, erected in 1894.14

Family 1: Martha Smith b. c 1750, d. 27 Dec 1780

  • He married first Springfield, Massachusetts, on 11 January 1770 Martha Smith (int. dated 16 Dec 1769).5

Family 2: Rene Benton b. 1 Oct 1766, d. 28 Dec 1841

  • Solomon Brewer married second Guilford, Connecticut, on 4 April 1786 Rene Benton (Josephine Frost states that they had ten children, but names only five).1,8

Citations

  1. [S2037] Josephine C. Frost, Anc. of Jacob Shaffer, p.23.
  2. [S874] SFAA Homepage, online http://www.geocities.com/sfaapage/index.html, Family group data of Abigail Strong, daughter of Elder John Strong and Abigail Ford.
  3. [S138] 1810 US Census,NARA Ser. M252, Roll 37, page 1119, FHL film #0181391, image 00249.
  4. [S2417] Clifford L. Stott, Vital Records of Springfield, Massachusetts to 1850, page 1781.
  5. [S2417] Clifford L. Stott, Vital Records of Springfield, Massachusetts to 1850, Retrieved Dec. 2008.
  6. [S2414] William Orr, Our County and Its People: A History of Hampden Co., Massachusetts, 2:37.
  7. [S3244] Solomon Brewer, Revolutionary War Pension File, W15826.
  8. [S3244] Solomon Brewer, Revolutionary War Pension File, W15826, Married by Rev. Fowler at Guilford, Connecticut, 4 Apr 1786.
  9. [S487] 1790 US Census,Roll M637 6, image 0597.
  10. [S2034] "1800 Census, Westchester Co., NY, NYGBR 58,59", 58:250.
  11. [S2413] John Lockwood Romer, Historical Sketches of the Romer, Van Tassel and Allied Families, p.14. Westchester Co. Deeds.
  12. [S139] 1820 US Census,NARA Ser. M33, Roll 57, page 249, image 185.
  13. [S1935] Old Dutch Burying Ground of Sleepy Hollow, p.52, no.155.
  14. [S2415] Marcius D. Raymond, Souvenir of the Revolutionary Soldier's Monument Dedication at Tarrytown, New York, p.37.
  15. [S2037] Josephine C. Frost, Anc. of Jacob Shaffer, p.24.
  16. [S1936] William Graves Perry, Old Dutch Burying Ground of Sleepy Hollow, p.82. Ref. no. J8-1523.

Solomon Brewer1

M, b. 11 March 1770
  • Solomon Brewer was baptized on 11 March 1770 East Hartford Church, Hartford Co., Connecticut.1

Citations

  1. [S2442] Dorothy Brewer Erikson, Descendants of Thomas Brewer, page 30.

Sophia Brewer1

F, b. 25 August 1776, d. 27 December 1846
  • Sophia Brewer was born on 25 August 1776 West Springfield, Massachusetts.2
  • She died on 27 December 1846 Springfield, Massachusetts; "aged 70y 4m 3d."1
  • She never married.3
  • She was buried Springfield, Massachusetts.1

Citations

  1. [S2417] Clifford L. Stott, Vital Records of Springfield, Massachusetts to 1850, Retrieved Dec. 2008.
  2. [S658] Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850, online www.newenglandancestors.org, VR of West Springfield, Mass. to the Year 1850, page 40.
  3. [S2417] Clifford L. Stott, Vital Records of Springfield, Massachusetts to 1850, page 2643. Miss Sophia Brewer, died, age 70.

Sophia Brewer1

F, b. 20 November 1815, d. 4 September 1880
  • Sophia Brewer was born on 20 November 1815.1
  • She married George Chapin Collins Springfield, Massachusetts, on 4 August 1835.1,2
  • Sophia Brewer died on 4 September 1880.1

Family: George Chapin Collins b. 28 Apr 1809, d. 10 Feb 1875

Citations

  1. [S3555] William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BIB BB-291. George Chapin Collins Family. Bible published in 1846.
  2. [S2417] Clifford L. Stott, Vital Records of Springfield, Massachusetts to 1850, page 817.

Sophia Brewer1

F, b. 12 February 1780
  • Sophia Brewer was born on 12 February 1780 Springfield, Massachusetts.1
  • She was baptized on 20 February 1780 First Church, Springfield, Massachusetts.2

Citations

  1. [S2417] Clifford L. Stott, Vital Records of Springfield, Massachusetts to 1850, page 618.
  2. [S2417] Clifford L. Stott, Vital Records of Springfield, Massachusetts to 1850, page 1802.

Sophronia Brewer1

F, b. 31 August 1821
  • Sophronia Brewer was baptized on 31 August 1821 First Church, East Hartford, Connecticut.1

Citations

  1. [S2442] Dorothy Brewer Erikson, Descendants of Thomas Brewer, page 55.

Sophronia Brewer1

F, b. circa 1824
  • Sophronia Brewer was born circa 1824 Ontario Co., New York.1

Citations

  1. [S4323] Jean Brewer, "Alonzo Brewer FGS", Cites various sources including correspondence, census records, military records, published accounts. Hard copy received from Jean Brewer, October 2011.

Squire Brewer1

M, b. 6 March 1811
  • Squire Brewer was born on 6 March 1811.1

Citations

  1. [S3690] William B. Bogardus Collection, Box 5, BIB BB-355.

Stephen Brewer1

M, b. 9 August 1772
  • Stephen Brewer was baptized on 9 August 1772 East Hartford Church, Hartford Co., Connecticut.1

Citations

  1. [S2442] Dorothy Brewer Erikson, Descendants of Thomas Brewer, page 30.

Stephen Brewer1

M, b. 13 January 1822, d. 25 October 1897
  • Stephen Brewer was born on 13 January 1822 perhaps Litchfield, Litchfield Co., Connecticut.1
  • He married Mary Esty, daughter of Joseph Esty, on 1 July 1850.2
  • Stephen joined his brother in the harnessmaking business in Cortland. He joined the Presbyterian Church at Cortland in 1841. He was a Cortland County Judge in 1859, an Elder in the church and a Sunday School teacher. In 1859 he was charged with covenant breaking and Sabbath desecration after attending lectures by William Lloyd Garrison and Ralph Waldo Emerson, among other abolitionists. After a two day trial Stephen was excommunicated from the church for his insistence on intellectual freedom. He is later listed as a claim agent and dealer in patent rights. No record of him rejoining any church has ever been found. His will included many bequests to family members as well as to the publishers of Free Thought magazine in Chicago and The Truthseeker in New York.2
  • Stephen Brewer appeared on the census on 19 July 1860 Cortlandville, Cortland Co., New York, Stephen Brewer, age 38, born in Connecticut. Justice. Real estate valued at $1000, personal estate at $500. In the household are Mary E. Brewer (age 31), Mary A. Brewer (9), William E. Brewer (7), Joseph S. Brewer (6).3
  • He appeared on the census on 4 July 1870 Cortland, Cortland Co., New York, Stephen Brewer, age 48, born in Connecticut. A claim agent. Real estate valued at $7200, personal estate at $1600. In the household are Mary Brewer (age 41), Mary A. Brewer (20), Joseph S. Brewer (15).4
  • He appeared on the census on 7 June 1880 Ithaca, Tompkins Co., New York, Stephen Brewer, age 58, born in Connecticut. Both parents born in Connecticut. Clerk in a store. Enumerated as son-in-law in the household of Joseph Esty. Also in the household are Joseph Esty's daughter, Mary E. Brewer, and grandson, Joseph Brewer.5
  • He died on 25 October 1897.2

Family: Mary Esty b. 4 Jun 1829, d. 30 Jun 1892

Citations

  1. [S2442] Dorothy Brewer Erikson, Descendants of Thomas Brewer, page 41.
  2. [S2442] Dorothy Brewer Erikson, Descendants of Thomas Brewer, page 59.
  3. [S232] 1860 US Census,NARA Ser. M653, Roll 739, page 419, FHL film #803739. Stephen Brewer household.
  4. [S235] 1870 US Census,NARA Ser. M593, Roll 922, page 664A, FHL film #552421. Stephen Brewer household.
  5. [S106] 1880 US Census,NARA Ser. T9, Roll 938, page 243B, ED 236, FHL film #1254938. Joseph Esty household.
  6. [S2442] Dorothy Brewer Erikson, Descendants of Thomas Brewer, page 60.

Stephen Brewer1

M, b. 31 July 1728, d. 25 July 1770
  • Stephen Brewer was born on 31 July 1728 Roxbury, Massachusetts.1
  • He married Susanna before February 1758.
  • Stephen Brewer died on 25 July 1770 Brookline, Massachusetts; age 42.2

Family: Susanna b. c 1722, d. 17 Feb 1794

Citations

  1. [S658] Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850, online www.newenglandancestors.org, VR of Roxbury, Mass. To the End of the Year 1849.
  2. [S658] Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850, online www.newenglandancestors.org, VR of Brookline, Mass. to the End of the Year 1849, page 183.