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Notes for Hiram Brooks

The Family of Clarkson F. Brooks & Sarah Clark

1820 census Gains, Genessee Co., NY page 141
Clarkson F Brooks
310010-11010
2 persons engaged in agriculture
1 male 26-45 (Clarkson, age 37)
1 male 10-16 (James, age 10)
3 males under 10 (Freeman, age 8 & David, age 5 & Hiram, age 4)
1 female 26-45 (Sally, age 30)
1 female 10-16 (Jane, age 12)
1 female under 10 (Sarah, age 2)

1830 census Gaines, Orleans Co., NY page 68
Brooks, Clarkson F.
1 male 40-50 (Clarkson, age 47)
1 male 20-30 (James, age 20)
2 males 15-20 (Freeman, age 18 & David, age 15)
1 male 5-10 (Hiram, age 14???)
1 male under 5 (Degrass, age 3)
1 female 30-40 (Sally, age 40)
1 female 10-15 (Sarah, age 12)
1 female 5-10 (Rebecca, age 6)

1835 - His parents moved to Miami Co., Ohio. They moved from Ohio to Illinois in 1837, but Hiram did not go with them.

1840

Married Catherine A. Atkinson 1841 in Miami Co., OH

1850 census Washington, Miami Co., OH
#710
Hyram Brooks, age 34, Livery Stable Keeper, b. NY
Catherine, age 27, b. NJ
Theodore, age 9, b. OH
William, age 7, b. OH
James, age 3, b. OH
Rachael Groff, age 18, b. OH
Richard White, Black, age 21, b. VA

1853 - BROOKS, H. (288) - Livery Stables

1860 census City of Piqua, Miami Co., OH
352/345
Clarkson Brooks, 77, male, b. NJ
Sarah, 70, female, b. NJ
John Peterson, 28, male, Stone Cutter, b. OH
Cate, 24, female, b. OH
Ada L., 2, female, b. OH
Willis M., 1/12, male, b. OH
#419/455
Hirim Brooks, age 44, Livery Stable, b. NY
Catherine, age 37, b. NJ
Theodore, age 19, student, b. OH
William, age 17, b. OH
James, age 15, b. OH
Edward, age 12, b. OH
George, age 10, b. OH
Hattie, age 2, b. OH
Henry Ostiburd, age 34, Ostler, b. OH
Christian Oliver, age 26, Ostler, b. Oldenbergh

1860 - BROOKS, H., livery stables
1865 - BROOKS, James E., graduates of Piqua Public High School
1866 - BROOKS W.C. carriages, Main.
1867 - The Piqua Democrat, 19 Jun. Pretty. - We visited the Livery Stable of Hiram BROOKS, Esq., the other day, and there saw one of he neatest and handsomest platform Carriages we ever beheld, which Mr. B. lately purchased from Messrs. Hynes & Swallow, manufactures of Carriages, Buggies, ect., at New Carlisle, Ohio. The style, iron work, trimming and painting, is superb and durable. It is a complete pleasure Carriage in all its parts, and needs only an examination to call forth your admiration. Mr. BROOKS will be glad to show the Carriage to any one who may wish to see it. He hires it out only on special occasions. Messrs. H. & S. have a few more of the same sort left. see jpg scan
1868 - BROOKS H. livery stables, Water b Main and Wayne
- BROOKS T.D physician, Wayne st
- BROOKS Wm. C. Livery stable, on Market Square

1870 - US Census, 2nd Ward, Piqua, Washington Township, Miami County, Ohio page 42, Line 8, 15 July
BROOKS, Hiram, 54 Keeps Livery Stable, $13,500, $3,500, New York
BROOKS, Catherine, 46, keeping house, New Jersey
BROOKS, James, 22, Telegraph operator, Ohio
BROOKS, Edward, 19, Clerks in Livery Stable, Ohio
BROOKS, George, 17, in Telegraph Office, Ohio
BROOKS, Hattie, 13, attending school, Ohio
BROOKS, Nettie, 11, attending school, Ohio
BOUVIER, Josph?, 18, domestic servant, Ohio

1870/71 - BROOKS Hiram. livery, s s Water bet Main and Wayne , res s w cor Wayne and Water.
- BROOKS James E. operator Western Union Telegraph, res w cor Wayne and Water.
- BROOKS Theodore D. principal Grammar Department High School, res 93 High.
- BROOKS William C. livery a w cor Public Square, res s e cor Wayne and Water.
1872 - BROOKS H. livery stables, Water b Main and Wayne
1874 - BROOKS, Hattie A., graduates of Piqua Public High School
1875 - BROOKS H. livery stables, Walnut st
Change Date: 22 MAY 2003

1880 United States Census Piqua, Miami, Ohio Page Number 244D
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
Hiram BROOKS Self M Male W 64 NY Liveryman NJ NJ
Catharine BROOKS Wife M Female W 53 NJ NJ NJ
George A. BROOKS Son Male W 23 OH Lawyer NY NJ
Nettie A. BROOKS Dau Female W 17 OH NY NJ

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ID: I1615
Name: Hiram BROOKS
Sex: M
Birth: 1816 in New York
Death: JAN 1898
Burial: 28 JAN 1898 Forest Hill Cemetery, Piqua, Miami County, Ohio
Occupation: Livery Stable
Note:

RESIDENTS & OCCUPATIONS
Piqua, Washington Township, Miami County, Ohio
1850 - US Census, page 364, Line 15, 12 August
BROOKS, Hiram, 34, Livery Stable Keeper, $1500, New York
BROOKS, Catherine, 27, New Jersey
BROOKS, Theodore, 9, Ohio
BROOKS, William, 7, Ohio
BROOKS, James, 3, Ohio
GRAFF, Rachael, 18, Ohio
WHITE, Richard, 21, black, Virginia
1853 - BROOKS, H. (288) - Livery Stables
- BROOKS, R. (179) - Dentist
(338) - Physicians & Surgeons
1857 - BROOKS, C. - Minister, Green St. Methodist Episcopal
1860 - US Census, page 43 (85) Line 24, 9 June
BROOKS, Hiram, 44, Livery Stable, $4000, $5000, New York
BROOKS, Catherine, 37, New Jersey
BROOKS, Theodore, 19, Student, Ohio
BROOKS, William, 17, Ohio
BROOKS, James, 15, Ohio
BROOKS, Edward, 12, Ohio
BROOKS, George, 10, Ohio
BROOKS, Hattie, 2, Ohio
And to others
1860 - BROOKS, H., livery stables
1865 - BROOKS, James E., graduates of Piqua Public High School
1866 - BROOKS W.C. carriages, Main.
1867 - The Piqua Democrat, 19 Jun. Pretty. - We visited the Livery Stable of Hiram BROOKS, Esq., the other day, and there saw one of he neatest and handsomest platform Carriages we ever beheld, which Mr. B. lately purchased from Messrs. Hynes & Swallow, manufactures of Carriages, Buggies, ect., at New Carlisle, Ohio. The style, iron work, trimming and painting, is superb and durable. It is a complete pleasure Carriage in all its parts, and needs only an examination to call forth your admiration. Mr. BROOKS will be glad to show the Carriage to any one who may wish to see it. He hires it out only on special occasions. Messrs. H. & S. have a few more of the same sort left. see jpg scan
1868 - BROOKS H. livery stables, Water b Main and Wayne
- BROOKS T.D physician, Wayne st
- BROOKS Wm. C. Livery stable, on Market Square
1870 - US Census, 2nd Ward, page 42, Line 8, 15 July
BROOKS, Hiram, 54 Keeps Livery Stable, $13,500, $3,500, New York
BROOKS, Catherine, 46, keeping house, New Jersey
BROOKS, James, 22, Telegraph operator, Ohio
BROOKS, Edward, 19, Clerks in Livery Stable, Ohio
BROOKS, George, 17, in Telegraph Office, Ohio
BROOKS, Hattie, 13, attending school, Ohio
BROOKS, Nettie, 11, attending school, Ohio
BOUVIER, Josph?, 18, domestic servant, Ohio
1870/71 - BROOKS Mrs. Anna. res w s Spring n Ash.
- BROOKS Edward. res s w cor Wayne and Water.
- BROOKS Emma. weaver F Gray, O'Ferrall & Co.
- BROOKS Hiram. livery, s s Water bet Main and Wayne , res s w cor Wayne and Water.
- BROOKS James E. operator Western Union Telegraph, res w cor Wayne and Water.
- BROOKS Sarah, weaver F Gray, O'Ferrall & Co.
- BROOKS Theodore D. principal Grammar Department High School, res 93 High.
- BROOKS William C. livery a w cor Public Square, res s e cor Wayne and Water.
1872 - BROOKS H. livery stables, Water b Main and Wayne
1872 - BROOKS, Everett ch/o J.D., 1y 11m 1d, died 11 Jun 1872, buried 131-3.
1874 - BROOKS, Hattie A., graduates of Piqua Public High School
1875 - BROOKS H. livery stables, Walnut st
Change Date: 22 MAY 2003

Father: BROOKS

Marriage 1 Catherine A. ATKINSON b: 1824 in New Jersey
Married: 1841 in Miami County, Ohio
Children
Theodore D. BROOKS b: 23 DEC 1841 in Piqua, Miami County, Ohio
William BROOKS b: 1843 in Ohio
James BROOKS b: 1848 in Ohio
Edward BROOKS b: 1851 in ohio
George A. BROOKS b: 1853 in ohio
Hattie BROOKS b: 1857 in Ohio
Nettie BROOKS b: 1859 in Ohio
BROOKS

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Reverend Phillips Brooks
Posted by: Carolyn Hasty Jackson (ID *****2980) Date: September 07, 2002 at 13:26:43
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From history my mother left me,the Brooks family was of English orgin and fought under William Prince of Orange. One of them was given the title of Sir and received a large land estate in Northern Island. When he died he left his eldes son the estate and the tree youngest sons 5000 lbs (about $25,000 US dollars). The brothers Imigrated to the new world. One of the brothers settled in Massachuetts and was the father of Reverend Phillips Brooks who was born in 1893 at Boston. A memorial was erected to his memory in 1910 by Saint Guardens of Cofley Square near Trinity Church in Boston, Massachuetts.

Another brother settled in New Jersey near Bound Brock in 1720. (I question this date?). My information goes on to say this brother's son, named David, was my mother's 5th great grandfather, but do not have a first name. Then David had a son named David who was mother's 4th gr grandfather. David had a son named James who was my mother's 3rd gr grandfather, James had 4 sons and 2 daughters, Clarkson Freeman Brooks, was my mother's gr gr grandfather. Clarkson Brooks settled in the state of New York near Rochester. He moved to Miami Co., OH and lived on Springcreek near the place where the present Staution Twp Centralized School Stands. He married Sarah Clark the daughter of James and Jennie Seyburn Clark. They had four daughters, Jane Brooks Sterrod, Sarah Brooks French, Amanda Brooks Albertson, and Catherine Parmelia Brooks Peterson,my great, great grandmother. There were 8 sons; two Clarkson's, two Davids, James, Hiram, Freeman, Coooount Debrasee Brooks. Any one with information on this line and history please contact me. Any information would be appreciated. Thanks Carolyn