AUSTIN7,234 was born before 1834.|
Spouse: Rufus Hart RISLEY. Rufus Hart RISLEY and Caroline AUSTIN were married on 24 Nov 1834.
Celia Meslissa AUSTIN7,234 was born on 4 May 1867 in Alstead, N.H.. She died after 1894. Parents: Kendall AUSTIN and Emily Roxana NASH.
Spouse: Paul M. WILLIS.
Charles AUSTIN.188 Parents: Virgil AUSTIN and Hattie HANCOCK.
Charles E. AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 77026. Parents: Elijah AUSTIN and Esther PHELPS.
Charles Henry AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 77130. Parents: Horace AUSTIN and Elizabeth RICHARDS.
Clara "Clary" AUSTIN2,3 was born on 18 Feb 1794 in , VA.2,3 She died on 23 Apr 1861.2,3 She is reference number 33512.
!(1) "Cox Heritage," Issue #3, Nov 1988, p.13. Cites: (a) Barbara A. Irwin, 712
Via Hermosa, Danville, CA 94526.
Spouse: William COX. William COX and Clara "Clary" AUSTIN were married on 5 Jul 1814 in , Jefferson Co., Tennessee.2,3 Reference Number:631969 Children were: James COX, Archibald COX, William B. COX, David COX, Joseph N. COX, Wealthy Jane COX, Clisby COX, Caroline "Callie" COX, Paul Kimsby Hubbs COX, Clary A. COX.
Clarissa AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 76870. Parents: Elias AUSTIN and Eunice PHELPS.
Clarissa Honey AUSTIN3,402 was born in 1818.3,402 She died in 1858.3,402 She is reference number 76745.
Many years ago there lived in Connecticut an eminent judge named Judge John Phelps of Suffield, Connecticut, where he was born in 1736. He was our great great great-grandfather;
from whom descended our grandmother, Clara Honey Austin Tardy.
About 1754, he courted the daughter, Mary, of Sir William and Lady Abigail Richardson of Edinburgh, Scotland, a girl of about 16 years. "Much too young to marry", her mother said, and locked her daughter in her room; but love laughs at locksmiths, so Mary evidently heard a tapping at her window which proved to be young Phelps with a ladder; she promptly made a bundle of her clothes, threw them to her sweetheart and slipping down the ladder, ran away and was married to John Phelps. The latter was an honored and influential man represented his district in the legislature for many years, was also a delegate to the Convention of 1779, to ratify the Constitution of the United States. Was, also, interested in the manufacture of iron and with others, erected a blast furnace on large scale, making cannon balls for the Government. There is a fine picture of him - an elegant , courtly gentleman in knee breeches and buckled shoes, ruff and powdered queue.
Of the children born to him and Mary Richardson, we are personally interested in a daughter, Ester Phelps who married Elijah Austin. She was wedded three time and her first husband was named Elijah and her last one, Elisha.
Esther and Elijah Austin were our direct ancestors too. Years ago, an interesting clipping from Youth's Companion told us of this Elijah Austin being a poor and determined boy, ambitious to achieve an education; how he went off to school, wearing shoes made at home from the hide of their own cow.
He did valiant service in the Revolutionary Army, later was a shipping merchant and died of yellow fever in New York (1794) while superintending the discharge of one of his ships from India. Aunt Etta visited his grave in Hartford, Conn., a gray stone slab against West Wall of Grove Street Cemetery; in front of it the Revolutionary Marker placed there by the U, U. S. A. R.
This is a bronze or iron staff surmounted by a star enclosed in a wreath; on star: the words "E Pluribus Unum"; on the wreath: 1775, A Patriot's Grave, 1783.
Elijah Austin, 1751-1794.
A member of the 2nd company, Governor's Foot-Guard, organized at New Haven, December 28,1774.
Forty members of this company, among them,. Elijah Austin, marched to Lexington to join the American Army, April 22, 1775 under command of General Benedict Arnold, and were complimented by the British on their soldierly appearance.
Horace Austin, the oldest child of Elijah Austin and Esther Phelps, was the father of Clara Honey Austin, who married Balthazar Tardy. His brother, Charles, was the father of Cousin Mary Austin Howard, of Baltimore; then there were two daughters, Mary, who married Horace Holley of Kentucky (for whom Cousin Mary was named), Henrietta, who married James Dall of Baltimore, and was not only the aunt but adopted our grandmother; Clara, and was her devoted foster-mother; Aunt Etta and her young sister Caroline, and their brother, Alexis, always spoke of Mr and Mrs. Dall as "Grandma and Grandpa Dall".
Another son of Horace Austin and his wife Elizabeth Richards (they lived in Missouri, and are buried in a churchyard in Hannibal) was Henry Austin who moved to Texas. There were also Archibald and William Austin, so you see, they had a large family. The oldest was named Mary and was a young lady when our grandmother was born. At that same time, Capt. Honey was coming to the house to see Mary so the new baby was given his sweet name for her middle name.
To go back in this history: Elizabeth Richard's father in the Revolutionary war had his hand shot off and ever after had to wear something like a gold bodkin n its stump; it was preserved by his descendants, and his grand daughter (who was Cousin Ella Fletcher's mother) showed this bodkin to Aunt Etta, in St. Louis. This grand daughter of Horace Austin was first Mary Honey and her second husband was Mr. Fletcher. He was a diplomat and distinguished in public life. I think he was Governor Fletcher of Missouri.
Our grandmother had a sister Jane, who married Mr. Springer;. A brother, Archibald and sister Margaret were sent to Baltimore to Cousin Mary's mother and father; he was an Episcopal clergyman and also taught a school, so his wife's hands were very full and they were unable to keep their little niece and nephew, who had to return to Mo. Little Clara was more fortunate among this large family of orphans; being eight years old at her parents' deaths, she was adopted by her Aunt Henrietta Dall and she always called Mr. and Mrs. Dall "Father and Mother". I suppose she named her first daughter, (Aunt Etta) "Henrietta" for Mrs. Dall of Balto., This immediate Dall family consisted of a daughter, also Henrietta; (who became Mrs. Whittredge). Louisa (Mrs. Atkinson) Austin (who was Cousin Hallie Austin's Aldrich's father and who married a Kentucky cousin) Joseph(who was "Etta Dall's father); and Charles; the latter being the favorite and most beloved foster-brother of little Clara Honey. He was a saintly man, a Unitarian minister, who went as a missionary to India and labored alone there for thirty years; his wife the brilliant Caroline Healy Dall, a Bostonian by birth (and instincts, I suppose) stayed behind in this country and labored for women's' suffrage and reared two children, Professor Wm. H. Dall, scientist of Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D. C. and Sarah Dall Munro who lived in Buffalo and traveled extensively and died at sea on way to Panama or Cuba for her health. She was a charming, lovely philanthropic woman, known to us as "Cousin Saidie" through her kindness and correspondence with M.B.T.
When our grandmother, Clara Honey Austin, was about sixteen years old and visiting a brother in Mobile, she met and married there a French gentleman who with his father, Alexis Tardy and moved from Charleston, S. C. (his birthplace) to Mobile, Ala. This Balthazar Tardy was a very successful business man. His father came from LaRochelle, France to Charleston, S.C. and his portrait and that of his wife and father are owned by Clarence Tardy, a son of Balthazar Tardy by a second marriage. These are beautiful oil paintings and were found in Mobile in a home of Grandpa's niece, Grace Moran, Aunt Caroline's daughter, from whom Clarence bought them. Our grandfather Tardy had a large family of sisters and brothers to whom he was devoted and helpful. They must have followed him from Charleston to Mobile to improve their fortunes or that is the impression. His brother Gustave lived in New Orleans and was the father of Mary, Gustave and Blanche. Their mother's name was Cecilia. Aunt Virginia, his sister, was wedded three time, her last husband being John Tisdale, the maternal uncle of my mother, Mary Tisdale Smith and it was in their home at Kushla, a suburb of Mobile that young Alexis Horace spent happy hours with his boyhood sweetheart, Mary. But I am getting too far ahead:
Our grandfather's broth Edwin lived in Mobile and reared a large family. It is stated that our grandmother, Clara visited two brothers here, one named Charles and the other William Austin; the latter was the grandfather of Dr. John M. Wilson's wife, Margaret Austin. As a little girl, I recall him distinctly when my widowed mother went to his bank to consult him and Mr. Hubbard on business.
Our grandmother was a devoted Christian, being a member of the Government Presbyterian Church, Mobile but her earthly existence was a brief one, for she passed away at the age of thirty-nine years at birth of a baby girl named Clara Virginia; this little daughter survived some time and had a colored nurse, Charlotte. Our grandfather erected a red brick vault with marble monument on top for his young wife's last resting place in Magnolia Cemetery, Mobile. We presume our grandmother died of puerperal fever: They sent to New Orleans for Dr. Knott to prescribe for her; leeches were applied as was custom then and her husband had his arm cut to secure blood to give these creatures the taste. It is said she smiled at their efforts and shook her head knowing all was useless. She called her children around her and gave them each a last message.
She was one of God's saints and her key work in life was PEACE. She was one of the most patient of women and it is said would lead in prayer at woman's prayer meetings. Her Christian life must have shown forth beautifully in the home circle; when her father-in-law, the first Alexis Tardy in this country was dying, he was asked if he'd like for a priest to be summoned as the old gentleman was of Roman Catholic faith, but he requested instead, the pastor of Clara Honey Tardy, a Presbyterian minister.
Our grandmother had dark hazel eyes and the sweetest mouth and expression, judging by her portrait painted when she was said to be only eighteen. But in a black dress low necked and with no ornaments save a quaint breast pin, leaning very slightly on one lovely hand that touched her chin, the artist may have been guilt of an affectation as it were, but he had perpetuated in our beloved ancestor, our father's mother and Aunt Etta's and Aunt Carrie's mother a picture that seems with its sweet, elusive smile, another Mona Lisa. Parents: Horace AUSTIN and Elizabeth RICHARDS.
Spouse: Balthazar TARDY. Balthazar TARDY and Clarissa Honey AUSTIN were married. Reference Number:1257911 Children were: Henrietta Cecilia TARDY, Alexis Horace TARDY, Caroline Mary TARDY, Clara Virginia TARDY.
Cora Estella AUSTIN3,39,552 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 3810.
Spouse: Henry BOWANS. Henry BOWANS and Cora Estella AUSTIN were married. Reference Number:81793 Children were: Living BOWANS, Living BOWANS, Living BOWANS, Living BOWANS, Archie BOWANS, Melvin BOWANS, Terrance BOWANS, Infant BOWANS, Inez BOWANS.
Dorothy AUSTIN3,5,94,126,127,402 was born on 26 Jul 1701.5,94,126,127 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 10040. Parents: Richard AUSTIN and Dorothy ADAMS.
Ebenezer AUSTIN3,5,94,126,127,402 was born on 22 Apr 1706.5,94,126,127 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 10042. Parents: Richard AUSTIN and Dorothy ADAMS.
Edna AUSTIN3 was born about 1897 in
Elias AUSTIN3,5,94,126,127,402 was born on 14 Apr 1718 in Suffield, Hampshire, MA..3,402 He died on 14 Oct 1776 in Dunham, CT..3,402 He is reference number 76866. Parents: Richard AUSTIN and Dorothy ADAMS.
Spouse: Eunice PHELPS. Elias AUSTIN and Eunice PHELPS were married. Reference Number:1259608 Children were: Gloriana AUSTIN, Clarissa AUSTIN, Archibald AUSTIN, Stephen AUSTIN, Martha AUSTIN, Hophni AUSTIN, Phineas AUSTIN, Moses AUSTIN, Martha AUSTIN, Elijah AUSTIN.
Elias AUSTIN5,128 was born about 1784.5,128 He died in 1841.5,128 He is reference number 5306.
Elias Stratton AUSTIN5,128 was born on 17 Feb 1838 in Slittsvile, Oneida Co., NY.5,128 Parents: Elias AUSTIN and Sarah HALSTEAD.
Elijah AUSTIN3,402 was born in 1751.3,402 He died on 23 Jun 1794.3,402 He is reference number 76860. Parents: Elias AUSTIN and Eunice PHELPS.
Spouse: Esther PHELPS. Elijah AUSTIN and Esther PHELPS were married on 7 Nov 1776.3,402 Reference Number:1260014 Children were: Henry AUSTIN, Archibald AUSTIN, John Phelps AUSTIN, Charles E. AUSTIN, Elijah Phelps AUSTIN, Mary Phelps AUSTIN, Henrietta AUSTIN, Horace AUSTIN.
Elijah Phelps AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 77027. Parents: Elijah AUSTIN and Esther PHELPS.
Elijah Phelps AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 77129. Parents: Horace AUSTIN and Elizabeth RICHARDS.
Elizabeth AUSTIN5,94 was born in 1617 in Off, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.5,94 She died on 19 Oct 1680 in New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.5,94 She is reference number 2101. Parents: Unknown AUSTIN.
Spouse: John WINSTON. John WINSTON and Elizabeth AUSTIN were married on 5 Nov 1648 in Off, New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut.5,94 Reference Number:1669 Children were: Elizabeth WINSTON, Esther WINSTON, Esther WINSTON, Grace WINSTON, John WINSTON, Austin WINSTON, Esther WINSTON, Mary WINSTON.
Elizabeth AUSTIN5,94,126,127 was born on 8 Jul 1681.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 10056. Parents: Anthony AUSTIN and Ester HUGGINS.
Elizabeth AUSTIN5,94,126,127 was born on 20 Apr 1684.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 10057. Parents: Anthony AUSTIN and Ester HUGGINS.
Elizabeth AUSTIN3,405 was born between 1792 and 1795.3,405 She died in 1844.3,405 She was also known as "Betsy". She is reference number 98404.
Spouse: Charles Parke GOODALL. Charles Parke GOODALL and Elizabeth AUSTIN were married on 4 Nov 1816.3,405 Reference Number:1530218 Children were: David Jackson GOODALL, Davis GOODALL, Caroline GOODALL, Elijah GOODALL, Nancy Jane GOODALL, Mary Mildred GOODALL, Henry Parke GOODALL, Frances Ann GOODALL, Austin GOODALL, Sarah GOODALL, William GOODALL.
Ester AUSTIN5,94,126,127 was born on 11 Jan 1686.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 10058. Parents: Anthony AUSTIN and Ester HUGGINS.
Fanny Mary AUSTIN7,234 was born on 8 Aug 1854 in Austin, Mass. She died on 14 Mar 1879 in So. Windsor, CT.. Parents: Thomas Mcdonough AUSTIN and Mary Faber GREEN.
Spouse: John BLISS. John BLISS and Fanny Mary AUSTIN were married.
Frances AUSTIN3,401 was also known as Fanny. She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 73719.
Genie AUSTIN3,450 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 28592.
Gloriana AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 76821. Parents: Elias AUSTIN and Eunice PHELPS.
Hannah AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 77053. Parents: Richard AUSTIN and Dorothy ADAMS.
Henrietta AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 77029. Parents: Elijah AUSTIN and Esther PHELPS.
Henry AUSTIN3,841 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 16793.
Spouse: Elsie PRESTON. Henry AUSTIN and Elsie PRESTON were married. Reference Number:361336
Henry AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 77023. Parents: Elijah AUSTIN and Esther PHELPS.
Hophni AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 77099. Parents: Elias AUSTIN and Eunice PHELPS.
Horace AUSTIN3,402 was born in 1777 in New Haven, Cn..3,402 He died in 1824 in Hannibal, MO..3,402 He is reference number 76858. Parents: Elijah AUSTIN and Esther PHELPS.
Spouse: Elizabeth RICHARDS. Horace AUSTIN and Elizabeth RICHARDS were married on 27 Jun 1804.3,402 Reference Number:1258734 Children were: Mary Seabor AUSTIN, William James AUSTIN, Elijah Phelps AUSTIN, Charles Henry AUSTIN, Jane Richards AUSTIN, Archibald Agustus AUSTIN, Margaret Elizabeth AUSTIN, Clarissa Honey AUSTIN.
Isabell AUSTIN3,78 was born on 31 Jan 1781 in , , , MD..3,78 She died on 22 Nov 1852 in , , Jackson Co., OH..3,78 She is reference number 27791.
Jack AUSTIN.188 Parents: Virgil AUSTIN and Hattie HANCOCK.
Jacob AUSTIN3,5,94,126,127,402 was born on 1 Jun 1704.5,94,126,127 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 10041. Parents: Richard AUSTIN and Dorothy ADAMS.
Jane Richards AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 77131. Parents: Horace AUSTIN and Elizabeth RICHARDS.
John AUSTIN3,294 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 37951.
John AUSTIN5,94,126,127 was born on 22 Oct 1672.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 10054. Parents: Anthony AUSTIN and Ester HUGGINS.
John AUSTIN3,95 was born about 1817 in <, , SC>.3 He died between 1846 and 1850.3 He is reference number 54118. He has Ancestral File Number 1NZD-13T.
John Phelps AUSTIN3,402 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 77025. Parents: Elijah AUSTIN and Esther PHELPS.
John W AUSTIN3,95 was born in 1846 in , , AL.3 He died after 1850.3 He is reference number 54122. He has Ancestral File Number 1NZD-18V. Parents: John AUSTIN and Elizabeth BOYD.
Joseph AUSTIN3,5,94,126,127,402 was born on 28 Jan 1710 in Suffield, CT.5,94,126,127 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 10023. Parents: Richard AUSTIN and Dorothy ADAMS.
Spouse: Abigail ALLEN. Joseph AUSTIN and Abigail ALLEN were married on 8 May 1740 in Suffield, CT.5,94,127 Reference Number:61452 Children were: Caroline AUSTIN, Lucy AUSTIN, Abigail AUSTIN, Ruth AUSTIN, Joseph AUSTIN, Joseph AUSTIN, Benjamin AUSTIN, Tryphena AUSTIN, Laurana AUSTIN, Olive AUSTIN, Lucy AUSTIN.
Joseph AUSTIN5,94,126,127 was born on 16 Mar 1751.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 10028. Parents: Joseph AUSTIN and Abigail ALLEN.
Joseph AUSTIN5,94,126,127 was born on 3 Nov 1753.5,94,126,127 He is reference number 10029. Parents: Joseph AUSTIN and Abigail ALLEN.
Jr. Choate AUSTIN7,188 was born in 1786 in Ludenburg, Pittsylvania, VA. Parents: Sr. Choate AUSTIN and Elizabeth Naomi PYBURN.
Kendall AUSTIN7,234 was born before 1867.
Laurana AUSTIN5,94,126,127 was born on 15 Jun 1761.5,94,126,127 She is reference number 10032. Parents: Joseph AUSTIN and Abigail ALLEN.
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