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Almira A. Edgerton, daughter of Hial and Lydia Stone (Patrick) Edgerton.

 

born:

April 1836; Nineveh, Broome Co., NY.  (CR NY1900 Adams)

died:

August 27, 1913; Adams, Jefferson Co., NY.  (OB Jefferson County Journal  9/3/1913)

buried:

Elmwood Cemetery; Adams, Jefferson Co., NY.  (OB Jefferson County Journal  9/3/1913)

 

married:

1:

 

---- Davis

 

 

 

 

 

married:

2:  ~1880.  (CR NY1900 Adams – “m. 20y”)

 

Austin W. Ingraham, son of Daniel Ingraham.

 

born:

May 21, 1822; Ellisburg, Jefferson Co., NY.  (OB Jefferson County Journal  5/7/1901)

died:

May 5, 1901; Adams, Jefferson Co., NY.  (OB Jefferson County Journal  5/7/1901)

buried:

May 7, 1901; Elmwood Cemetery; Adams, Jefferson Co., NY.  (OB Jefferson County Journal  5/7/1901)

 


The following biography of Austin W. Ingraham is abstracted from Our County and It’s People: A Descriptive Work on Jefferson County, New York (Edgar C. Emerson, ed.; Syracuse, New York: The Boston History Co., Publishers; 1898):

 

“Ingraham, A. W., was born in Ellisburg, May 21, 1822, a son of Daniel Ingraham, a native of Rhode Island, and came to Ellisburg in 1816, where through life he was identified as a farmer.  A. W. Ingraham was educated in Belleville and taught for several years.  In 1844 he engaged in business for himself in Belleville, and in 1849 gave his attention to farming.  In 1870 he moved into Adams, where he has been engaged in the produce business for twenty-five years, making a specialty of dairy products, being one of the largest shippers of cheese in Jefferson county.  In 1842 he married Jane Jones, and she died in 1879, and they had one son, Bertram.  He married for his second wife Mrs. Almira Edgerton Davis.  Mr. Ingraham is one of the leading business men of his town, serving as president, trustee and assessor of Adams, and taking an active interest in school and church matters.”