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lumbus, but in 1906, and for several years previous to that period, was connected with "The Sackett Mine Supply Co.," with office, salesroom and factory at 77, 79 and 81 East Long St., in said city of Columbus, Ohio.

Children.

9400. LAWRENCE A. SACKETT, b. Sept. 4, 1876; m. Albertine L. Briscoe.
9401. GUY A. SACKETT, b. Mar. 22, 1880; m. Jesse Hall.
9402. Florence M. Sackett, b. Aug. 4, 1882.

5782.  CHARLES WOODWARD SACKETT, 1845-, of Addison N. Y., son of (3077) Dr. Solon P. and Lovedy K. Woodward Sackett, was married, Oct. 10, 1872, to IDA EMELINE COWLES, daughter of WILLIAM STUART COWLES and his wife CAROLINE SEYMOUR.  Charles W. Sackett was born at Enfield, Tompkins County, N. Y. When in his 10th year his parents removed to Ithaca, N. Y. There, after graduating from the Union School, he attended the old Ithaca Academy. In 1865, he went to Syracuse and took a course in stenography and telegraphy. After completing this course, a favorable opportunity offering, he decided to learn the drug business, a calling which he has since successfully followed. Since 1873 he has been a resident of Addison, N. Y. He is politically a Republican. A member of the Baptist Church and active in Sunday school work in which he served as a superintendent for twenty-three years, and two terms as president of the Steuben County S. S. Association.

Children.

9404. Carrie Louisa Sackett.
9405. Edna May Sackett.

5786.  COL. HENRY WOODWARD SACKETT, 1853-, of Mamaroneck, N. Y., and New York City, son of (3077) Dr. Solon P. and Lovedy K. Woodward Sackett, was married, in 1886, to ELISABETH TITUS.
Colonel Sackett was born at Enfield, N. Y. He was prepared for college at Ithaca Academy and graduated from Cornell University with the highest rank in mathematics, as class essayist, and other class distinctions, in 1875. After leaving college he taught Latin and Greek for one year in Monticello Military Academy, and then removed to New York City, where he studied law, and at same

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time wrote court reports and special articles on legal subjects for The Tribune. He was admitted to the bar in 1879, and subsequently became associated in practice with Cornelius A. Runkle, who was for many years counsel for The Tribune. In connection with the defence of suits against that newspaper, he wrote, in 1884, a short work on the law of libel especially designed for the use of newspaper men. Since the death of Mr. Runkle in 1888, Mr. Sackett, as regular counsel for The Tribune, has defended with unusual success all libel suits brought against it. In April, 1888, he formed a law partnership with Charles Gibson Bennett, under name of Sackett & Bennett, which continued for a number of years. The present firm name is "Sackett, Chapman and Stevens." They do a large and important business, especially as attorneys for estates and corporations.

Mr. Sackett in addition to being employed as regular counsel for The Tribune writes that greatest and cleanest of American newspaper's editorials on legal and kindred subjects. He is descended from a long line of patriotic sires and seems to have inherited in no small degree the martial spirit of his paternal great grandfather, who entered the service of his country in the war of the Revolution as a volunteer before he was sixteen years of age, and of his grandfather, who served as captain in the war of 1812.
Mr. Sackett was a non-commissioned officer in Squadron A, New York's noted cavalry organization, when in 1896 he was appointed aid-de-camp with the rank of Colonel, on the staff of Governor Black. He is president of the Cornell University Club of New York; a trustee of Cornell University; a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Alumni Association; of the University Club, Union League Club, Republican Club, Garden City and Opawamis Golf Club, St. Nicholas Society, St. George's Society, National Arts Club, Sons of the American Revolution, Hardware Club, Bar Association, Geographical Society, and other associations.

Mr. Sackett was married in 1886 to Elizabeth, daughter of Edward Titus, of Brooklyn, a grain merchant and one of the incorporators of the Produce Exchange. Mr. Sackett is by religious faith an Episcopalian, and senior warden of St. Thomas' Church, Mamaroneck, N. Y., where he has a handsome suburban residence.

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5792.  SENECA B. SACKETT, 1851-, of Bennettsburg, N. Y., son of (3079) John C. and Rebecca A. Bloomer Sackett, was married, Sept. 16, 1874, to LUCY B. WRIGHT, daughter of THOMAS WRIGHT and his wife ELISABETH.

Children.

9420. Satie Annie Sackett, b. Apr. 20, 1876; m. Lewis B. Smith.
9421. John Egbert Sackett, b. Aug. 6, 1879.
9422. Ralph Bloomer Sackett, b. Aug. 6, 1890.
9423. Ethel Rebecca Sackett, b. Nov. 25, 1892.

5794.  GRACE L. SACKETT, 1859-, of Ovid, Seneca County, N. Y., daughter of (3079) John C. and Rebecca H. Bloomer Sackett, was married, Dec. 6, 1882, to MARSHALL V. ALLEN.

Children.

9427. Lena Rachel Allen, b. Nov. 22, 1883. Teaching school in 1907.
9428. John Sackett Allen, b. Jan. 4, 1885.
9429. Mary Rebecca Allen, b. Jan. 19, 1887.

5795.  ANNIE B. SACKETT, 1866-1892, daughter of (3079) John C. and Rebecca A. Bloomer Sackett, was married, Aug. 12, 1891, to HENRY J. WHALAN.

Child.

9430. Margaret Whalen.

5806.  FREDERICK GOULD SACKETT, 1859-, of West Lebanon, Columbia County, N. Y., son of (3085) Marvin and Julia B. Gould Sackett, was married to MARY J. MARSHALL.

Children.

9431. Maud Sackett.
9432. Eva Sackett.
9434. Edna Sackett.

5808.  HARVEY M. SACKETT, 1866-, of New Berlin, Chenango County, N. Y., son of (3085) Marvin and Julia B. Gould Sackett wsa married, Apr. 2, 190--?, to LUCIA E. AMES, daughter of CHARLES G.

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AMES and RHODA R. CRANDALL. Mr. Sackett is a hardware merchant at New Berlin, Chenango County, N. Y.

Child.

9435. Marvin Ames Sackett, b. Oct. 8, 1903.

5809.  GRACE JULIA SACKETT, 1871-, daughter of (3085) Marvin Sackett and Julia B. Gould, was married, July 16, 1890, to EDWIN CHACE POWELL, son of GEO. TOWNSEND POWELL and M. MARCIA REBECCA CHACE, Springfield, Mass.

Children.

9436. Donald Powell, b. Apr. 16, 1891.
9437. Beatrice Powell, b. Mar. 5, 1893.
9438. Harold A. Powell, b. July 2, 1897.
9439. Edith Powell, b. Apr. 5, 1896, d. Apr. 21, 1896.

5811.  SOPHRONIA ELNORA DAVIS, 1846-, daughter of Allen B. and (3086) Delia M. Sackett Davis, was married, Jan. 9, 1872, to Dow VINCENT WADSWORTH, 1841-.

Children.

9450. ALLEN DAVIS WADSWORTH, b. Oct. 20, 1872; m. Lydia Greenman.
9451. Ebenezer S. Wadsworth, b. June 28, 1875.
9452. Elbert E. Wadsworth, b. Mar. 14, 1877.
9453. Edith Wadsworth, b. Jan. 29, 1880, d. Oct. 9, 1880.
9454. Effie Wadsworth, b. Jan. 29, 1880.
9455. Dow Vincent Wadsworth, b. Feb. 26, 1882.
9456. Kenneth Morrison Wadsworth, b. Apr. 11, 1888.

5815.  HENRY W. DROWNE, 1852-, of East Chatham, N. Y., son of Dr. Henry W. and (3087) Mary Sackett Drowne, was married, Oct. 2, 1878, to ANNA E. CHADWICK, 1854-1906.

Children.

9457. Ella M. Drowne, b. Oct. 26, 1879; m. Geo. Rogers.
9458. Henry W. Drowne, Jr., b. May 5, 1881.
9459. Mary M. Drowne, b. June 30, 1882.
9460. Charles Drowne, b. July 11, 1887.
9461. Robert Drowne, b. June 2, 1894.

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5845.  AUGUSTA PARKER, 1865-, daughter of (3110) Augustus Sackett Parker and Amelia Bird, was married to JACOB CULLER, of Colony, Kansas.

Children.

9462. Annie Culler, b. Apr., 1888.
9463. Lorenzo Culler, b. July, 1890.
9464. John J. Culler, b. Dec., 1892.
9465. Richard Culler, b. in 1897.
9466. Lucelle A. Culler, b. Sept. 11, 1900.

5849.  WALTER AUGUSTUS BROWN, 1856-1900, son of Walter P. Brown and (3116) Achsah Parker, was married in Sept., 1883, to ANNA S. ARMSTRONG, of Charlevoit, Mich. They resided in 1907 at Brooklyn, N. Y.

Children.

9468. Beulah May Brown, b. Sept. 26, 1886.
9469. Hazel Estelle Brown, b. Oct. 1, 1889.

5900.  FRANCES ELISABETH SACKET, 1848-, daughter of (3150) Major General Delos B. and Amanda Field Sacket, was married, Sept. 4, 1879, to ARCHIBALD CUNNINGHAM FAIRBAIRN, M. D., son of JOHN K. FAIRBAIRN and GRACE GOWANS CUNNINGHAM.

5903.  FRANCIS WILLIAMS SACKET, 1867-, of Cape Vincent, N. Y., son of (3150) General Delos B. and Frances Ann Williams Sacket, was married, June 1, 1904, to EDITH M. E. SCOBELL, daughter of JAMES ALBERT SCOBELL and his wife MARIA JANE.

5904.  CORNELIUS TIEBOUT SACKET, 1871-, of "Wickup," Cape Vincent, N. Y., son of (3150) General Delos Bennett Sacket and Frances Ann Williams, was married, January 17, 1900, to JOSEPHINE SAUNDERS, daughter of JOSEPH SAUNDERS and HARRIET ANN VINCENT.

5906.  SHEPARD ALCIDE AINSWORTH, 1857-, son of James B. Ainsworth and (3151) Julia Electa Sacket, was married, January 10, 1899, to

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HELEN VIRGINIA HALE, daughter of WILLIAM EDWARD HALE and ELLA SOUTHERLAND. Resided in 1906 at Minneapolis, Minn.

Children.

9480. Florence Ainsworth, b. July 4, 1900.
9481. William Hale Ainsworth, b. Dec. 25, 1905.

5910.  PORTER W. SACKETT, of Cooperstown, N. Y., Findley, Ohio, and Delancey, N. Y., son of (3154) George Augustus Sackett and Huldah Ann Raymond, was married, Sept. 9, 1900, to ALICE MILLER, of Downsville, N. Y.

Children.

9483. Vera Sackett, b. Nov. 24, 1901.
9484. Douglas G. Sackett, b. Sept. 5, 1904.

5911.  IDA GEORGIANA SACKETT, 1866-, daughter of (3154) George A. Sackett and Huldah Ann Raymond, was married, Jan. 19, 1887, to JAMES E. WILCOX, of Shavertown, N. Y.

Children.

9485. Della E. Wilcox, b. Jan. 30, 1890.
9486. Dora M. Wilcox, b. May 2, 1891.
9487. Murray A. Wilcox, b. May 18, 1900.

5915.  GUY AUGUSTUS SACKETT, 1877-, of Hamden, Delaware Co., N. Y., son of (3154) George A. and Sarah M. More Sackett, was married, Oct. 26, 1904, to ANNA ELIZA VAN ALSTYNE, daughter of GEORGE T. VAN ALSTYNE and his wife ORLENA BOUCK.

5975.  FLORENCE ELIZA PRESTON, 1856-, daughter of (3225) Edward and Mary Hutchinson Moore (Stewart) Preston, was married at Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1882, to EDWARD PAYSON CROWELL, M. D., son of JOSEPH DEXTER CROWELL and his wife HULDAH SCUDDER LEWIS.

Children.

9488. Joseph Dexter Crowell, b. Feb. 7, 1884.
9489. Ethel Preston Crowell, b. Dec. 3, 1885.
9490. Florence Moore Crowell, b. Aug. 11, 1889.

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5976.  GEORGINA MOORE PRESTON, 1858-1897, daughter of (3225) Edward and Mary Hutchinson Moore (Stewart) Preston, was married at Brooklyn, N. Y., May 7, 1884, to JOHN ANDREWS, JR., son of JOHN ANDREWS, and his wife ELISABETH W. HUSTED.

Children.

9491. John Preston Andrews, b. Apr. 23, 1886.
9492. Elisabeth Husted Andrews, b. Feb. 1, 1893.
9493. Edward Preston Andrews, b. Mar. 21, 1894.

5977.  EDWARD ELMER PRESTON, 1861-1903, son of (3225) Edward and Mary Hutchinson Moore (Stewart) Preston, spent the greater part of his adult life in travel, visiting points of interest in the United States, England, France, Africa, China, Japan, and the Philippines, and died unmarried.

5978.  CHARLES ADDIS PRESTON, 1864-, son of (3225) Edward and Mary Hutchinson Moore (Stewart) Preston, was married, Oct. 22, 1888, to ELIZABETH RAYMOND MERRITT, daughter of JOHN RAYMOND MERRITT and his wife MARY A. CONKLING.

Children.

9497. Mary Leland Preston, b. Dec. 31, 1889.
9498. Charles Addis Preston, Jr., b. Jan. 18, 1892.
9499. Frank Merritt Preston, b. July 10, 1894.

5981.  AMY C. KENYON, 1845-, of Brooklyn, N. Y., daughter of Pardon Waterman Kenyon and (3227) Janette Preston Kenyon, was from 1865 to 1885, a teacher in the Gunnery School, at Washington, Conn., founded by Frederick W. Gunn. She did a considerable part of the correspondence and editorial work required in the composition of "The Master of Gunnery," a memoriol volume written by several of Mr. Gunn's old pupils, and richly illustrated by one of them--the artist-naturalist, William Hamilton Gibson. Of all those who have aided in the gathering of material for, and preperation of, this volume, no one has exhibited a more persistent loyalty to the undertaking, or rendered more intelligent and efficient service to the compiler and publisher than Miss Amy Kenyon.

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5892[sic] [5982].  CLARENCE KENYON, 1847-, of Brooklyn, N. Y., son of Pardon W. and (3227) Janette Preston Kenyon, was married, in Brooklyn, on the 14th of April, 1869, to EMMA JOSEPHINE KELSEY, daughter of WALTER KELSEY and SARAH JANE FREEMAN.

Children.

9502a. Harry Laurance Kenyon, b. Sept. 27, 1870; m. Grace Elizabeth Jones.
9503. Chalmers Kenyon, b. Apr. 24, 1872, d. July 30, 1872.
9504. Clarence Kenyon, Jr., b. Dec. 22, 1875.
9504a. George Kenyon, b. Sept. 8, 1882.
9404b. Rachel DuBois Kenyon, b. Sept. 8, 1882, d. Feb. 25, 1906.
9504c. Helen Kenyon, b. June 19, 1884.

5983.  GEORGE W. KENYON, 1849-, of Brooklyn, N. Y., son of Pardon W. and Pardon W. and (3227) Janette Preston Kenyon, was married, in Brooklyn, N. Y., on September 10th, 1873, to ISABEL GERTRUDE ROBINSON, daughter of ROBERT ROBINSON and ELIZABETH W. KALBFLEISCH.

Children.

9505. Adele Kenyon, b. Dec. 10, 1876; m. Howard Boocock.
9506. Lois Kenyon, b. Mar. 16, 1889.

5984.  ELIZA PRESTON KENYON, 1851-, daughter of Pardon W. and (3227) Janette Preston Kenyon, was married, Apr. 13, 1875, to the accomplished jurist, WALTER SETH LOGAN. The following is from the pen of his sister-in-law, (5981) Miss Amy C. Kenyon.

WALTER SETH LOGAN died in New York City on the 19th of July, 1906. He was the son of Seth Savage Logan and Abigail Serene Hollister, and was born April 15, 1847, at the Logan Homestead, Washington, Conn. His youth was spent on his father's farm, but in the intervals of his work there he prepared for college by going away to school. He graduated from Yale in 1870, from the Harvard Law School in 1871, and the Columbia Law School in 1872. In 1872 he entered the law offices of Charles O'Conor and James C. Carter, of New York, and soon won their approval by his work on the famous Jumel will case.

He became an able lawyer, practicing before the highest courts. He proved the rights of the Delaware Indians to their lands in one

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of the largest cases that ever came before the United States Court of Claims, and prevented the Standard Oil Company from acquiring them. At the time of his death he was Referee in the matter of the New York Building Loan Banking Company, one of the most important References ever given in New York. It was a trial of hundreds of independent law suits; and nearly two hundred lawyers, some of them the most famous in the city and the state, appeared before Mr. Logan in connection with it. He was appointed by Governor Higgins a Commissioner from the state of New York to both the National Conference on Uniform State Laws and to the Washington Congress on Uniform Divorce Laws.
His vigorous intellect and his wide sympathy carried him into other fields; into articles and addresses on our colonial history, on the history of Mexico, on various subjects; into the work of the American Historic and Scenic Preservation Society, of which he was president, and that of the National Arts' Society, of which he was a Governor, and into the membership of other and varied societies and clubs; into an active part in politics and the advocacy of important reforms. In behalf of these last, during his long citizenship in New York, he made many speeches and performed many labors. He was a working member of the New York Reform Club in the Cleveland days, and within a few years he has spoken against vast inheritances and oppressive trusts.

He endeavored to uplift and broaden the profession for which he had a life-long enthusiasm, and was one of the founders, first of the New York State Bar Association, and then of the American Bar Association, being chosen president of the former and vice-president of the latter. He went farther and advocated an International Bar Association.

The cause of international justice and peace was one of his deepest interests and he was a familiar figure at the Lake Mohonk conferences, where he argued in its behalf. He was a leading member of the celebrated committee of the New York State Bar Association to draw up the plan for an International Tribunal which proved one of the agencies that established the Hague Court of Arbitration.

His ardent Americanism impelled him to a strenuous part in many patriotic societies; he was president of the Empire State Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, and, at another time, President General of the National Society. One of his oldest

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friends, a distinguished lawyer, says of him: "There was in him an intense patriotism that ever rejoiced in his country's past and ever prophesied glorious things for its future; but it was for his manysided humanity that we loved him best. I know of no other man who knew so well so many in every walk of life, who touched others from so many sides, or who cherished and enjoyed so many others for the best that was in them, as did Walter Seth Logan."

Children of Walter S. Logan and Eliza Preston Kenyon.

9500. Hollister Logan.
9501. Janette Logan.
9502. Walter S. Logan, Jr.

5989a.  JANE AMELIA KELSEY, 1847-1884, daughter of Charles Kelsey and (3228) Elvira Preston, was married, in 1870, to LINSON DE FOREST JENNINGS, son of GEORGE H. JENNINGS and ELIZABETH WILSON.

Children.

9508. ELIZABETH WILSON JENNINGS, b. 1875; m. Egbert E. Pitkin.
9509. Harold Jennings, b. in 1877.
9510. Linson De Forest Jennings, b. in 1880.

5989b.  FRANCES KELSEY, 1850-, daughter of Charles Kelsey and (3228) Elvira Preston, was married, in 1876, to JOHN NEWTON CADY, son of JONATHAN CADY and ELIZA PETTICE.

Children.

9511. HOWARD CADY, b. Apr. 4, 1877.
9512. SCHUYLER MERRITT CADY, b. Feb. 22, 1882.

5990.  ADA WEED PRESTON, 1855-, daughter of (3229) Henry C. and Donna M. Weed Preston, was married, Oct. 24, 1881, to CLINTON B. STEPHENSON, who resided in 1905 at South Bend, Ind.

Child.

9513. Bertha Marie Stephenson, b. July 11, 1883, at New York City.

5993.  HENRY CLAY PRESTON, 1865-, son of (3229) Henry C. and Donna M. Weed Preston, was born in Binghamton, N. Y., where on



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