Frances POOLE49 was born about 1518 in Of, Syerston, Nottinghamshire, England. She has Ancestral File Number 959Z-W7. Parents: Robert POOLE and Bennet BOYS (BOIS).

Spouse: Michael JACKSON. Frances POOLE and Michael JACKSON were married on 29 October 1594 in Of Bedell, Yorkshire, England. Children were: George JACKSON.


H P POOLE (private).

Spouse: Ollie Alma BANTA.


Jesse Pierce POOLE was born in 1734 in Rupert, Bennington, Vermont. He died about 1761 at the age of 27 in ,Bennington,Vermont. Believed to have died in the English-Indian war. Believed to be killed during one of the indian war in Vermont. Parents: John POOLE.

Spouse: Sarah GRANGER. Sarah GRANGER and Jesse Pierce POOLE were married on 20 May 1751 in Rupert, Bennington, Vermont. Children were: Tryphena POOLE.


John POOLE was born in 1710.

Children were: Jesse Pierce POOLE.


Mary "Poore" POOLE was born in 1552 in Norfolk,Norfolk,England. She died after 1581 at the age of 29 in London,Middlesex,England.

Spouse: Nicholas HOPKINS. Mary "Poore" POOLE and Nicholas HOPKINS were married in 1578 in ,,, England. Children were: Stephen HOPKINS.


Mary (Or Poore) POOLE2937 was born about 1550 in England.2937 She died WFT Est 1584-1645.2937

Spouse: Nicholas HOPKINS. Mary (Or Poore) POOLE and Nicholas HOPKINS were married WFT Est 1581-1616.2937 Children were: Stephen HOPKINS.


Mary Poore Or POOLE1760 was born in 1552 in England.1760 She died WFT Est 1591-1646 in England.1760 Parents: ??? POOLE.

Spouse: Nicholas HOPKINS. Mary Poore Or POOLE and Nicholas HOPKINS were married WFT Est 1591-1625 in England.1760 Children were: Stephen HOPKINS.


Richard POOLE was born about 1460 in POOLE WHIRRALL, CHESSHIRE. Parents: Thomas POOLE SIR and Miss MAINWARING.

Spouse: Mary PEMBRIDGE. Children were: Robert POOLE.


Robert POOLE49 was born about 1490 in Of Poole, Werrall, Cheshire, England. He has Ancestral File Number 18GX-4BM. Parents: Richard POOLE and Mary PEMBRIDGE.

Spouse: Bennet BOYS (BOIS). Bennet BOYS (BOIS) and Robert POOLE were married about 1515 in Of, Nonington, Kent, England. Children were: Frances POOLE.


Sarah Ann POOLE (private).

Spouse: John S CLARK. Children were: Frances Serena CLARK.


Thomas POOLE SIR was born about 1430 in pOOLE, wHIRRALL, CHESHIRE. Parents: .

Spouse: Miss MAINWARING. Children were: Richard POOLE.


Tryphena POOLE was born on 15 July 1758 in New Marlborough, Berkshire, Massachusetts. She died in December 1810 at the age of 52 in Rupert, Bennington, Vermont. She has reference number 35. Tryphena was also known as Tryphena "Pooler" POOLE. Death: Atremus Harmon pg. 171 "Martin Harmon b. in New Marlb., 1758, m. Tryphena Poole, in Suff, Nov. 22, 1785. They had 7 ch. He was a farmer. She d. in Rupert, 1810. He m. _______ Dunbar in Mar 30, 1814. They had no ch. He m. Hannah Braddish. They had no ch. (He d. in Erie County, PA). Prob. in the Revolution.

Death: Jesse, son of Tryphena left a history and this is what he wrote about his mother: "My father was married on 22 Nov 1785 to Triphene ____________. My father and grandfather emigrated soon after my father was married to Rupert, Bennington County, Vermont from Suffield, Connecticut where my father remained until the year 1799; when I remained with my father until I was about six years of age. I then left my father and went to the town of Lewis, about 6 miles from my father and lived with John Gibbs. In 1811, my mother died and in the year 1811 my father moved to Castleton, Rutland, Vermont and left me still living with John Gibbs and in June 1812 I left John Gibbs and went to my father...."

Death: The census records of 1810 show Martin Harmon at Willsboro, Essex, NY--about six miles from Lewis, where Jesse was. Could Tryphena have died here?

The names Tryphena and Tryphosa come from the New Testament in St. Paul's Epistle to the Romans 16:12. The name Tryphena means dainty, and the name Tryphosa means delicate.

POSSIBILITIES: Timothy Woodruff was once a neighbor of Martin and Typhena. Is this the missing clue to who Tryphena is? I believe it is!
WOODRUFF, Timothy
Died at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. Warren Pooler, in Westport, on the 9th instant, Mr. TIMOTHY WOODRUFF, of Lewis, aged 78 years.
The Elizabethtown Post 15 September 1854

POSSIBILITIES: 1790 Poolers:
Pooler, Allen Windham Co, CT pg 144
Pooler, Allen Killingley, Windham Co, Ct pg 306
Pooler, John Stafford, Tolland, CT pg 193
Pooler, John Tolland Co, CT pg 137
Pooler, Pharm. Hadley Town South, Hampshire Co, MA pg 123
Pooler, Pharml. South Hadley, MA pg. 259

POSSIBILITIES: I found the following surfing the internet. Don't know of any connection. This is in Nassau County, NY:
Name: Pierce Poole
Born:
Died or Buried: died March 27 1808
Age: aged 28 yrs. 1 mo. 27 da
Buried: Old Hempstead Burial Ground
Section: grave #390
County/State: Hempstead, NY

POSSIBILITIES: 2192 East Hwy 33
Sugar City, Idaho 83448
15 April 2003
Dear Family,
(If this letter is too detailed for you, read the last four pages of it first!!!!)
As many of you know I have spent years searching for our ancestor, Tryphena Poole with no success whatsoever.
As I reached the point of wondering, “Why am I doing this?” I decided it was time to try something different and begin “thinking outside the box.”
As I looked at the names of the three sons of Martin and Tryphena, we have:
Martin Norton -- It is easy to calculate that he is named for his father and Grandmother’s maiden. Also Abigail Norton’s mother was Sarah Martin for whom her grandson, Martin Harmon was named. Looks like a tradition to me.
Alpheus is obviously named for Martin’s brother, Alpheus.
Jesse Perce -- Isn’t it about time for Tryphena to name a son for someone in HER family? His name surely must be a CLUE as to who his mother is.
Some of you still have Oliver and Nehemiah listed as sons of Martin and Tryphena. If that is the case, please remove them as their children. Instead, they are sons-in-law—married to Sarah and Orilla, respectfully. Their father is Martin’s brother, Nehemiah.
Now, Let’s take a look at the names of the daughters:
Sarah -- according to records of Nauvoo Baptisms for the Dead, Sarah was baptized for her Grandmother, Sarah Grainger.
Diantha – this is not a Harmon name.
Orilla – this is not a Harmon name.
Elizabeth Lucina – She did not use the name, Elizabeth, but went by Lucina. A. Lucina Harmon, daughter of Martin’s brother, Selah, was a niece of Martin's who came to Erie county, PA at the same time Martin did. Perhaps she was named for this cousin.
Thinking outside the box led me to re-read Jesse Perce’s history:
This history was written by Jesse, himself and a copy is found in the Early Church 70's Quorum Records, 11th Quorum of Seventies film 006164 pt.1. Original spelling retained.
"My father was married on 22 Nov 1785 to Triphene. My father and grandfather emigrated soon after my father was married to Rupert, Bennington County, Vermont from Suffield, Connecticut where my father remained until the year 1799; when I remained with my father until I was about six years of age. I then left my father and went to the town of Lewis, about 6 miles from my father and lived with John Gibbs. In 1811, my mother died and in the year 1811 my father moved to Castleton, Rutland, Vermont and left me still living with John Gibbs and in June 1812 I left John Gibbs and went to my father and there remained until the 7th day of October following and then enlisted with the service of the United States with my brother, Martin N. Harmon with our father's consent and shortly after joined the Army stationed at Burlington, Vermont.
Let’s evaluate:
Martin and Triphene were married 22 Nov 1785—probably in Suffield, CT
Martin and (we know his father) emigrated to Rupert, Bennington, VT abt 1785 and Martin remained there until 1799.
When Jesse Perce was six years old, he LEFT his father and went to the town of Lewis (about 6 miles from his father) and lived with John Gibbs.
Jesse lived with John Gibbs for TWELVE years of his childhood!
After his mother died, he STILL lived with John Gibbs for about 18 months. (Assuming the date we have of Dec. 1810 is correct for Tryphena’s death. I have NO idea where that date originated.)

POSSIBILITIES: QUESTIONS THAT NEED ANSWERED:
WHO IS JOHN GIBBS?
DID TRYPHENA LEAVE MARTIN AND MARRY JOHN GIBBS? DID SHE ALSO LIVE WITH JOHN GIBBS AT ANY TIME?
IS JOHN GIBBS A RELATIVE OF EITHER MARTIN OR TYPEHENA?
Who is Sarah Grainger, the grandmother that Sarah Harmon was baptized for?
Who is Jesse Perce named after?
What about Diantha, Orilla, and Lucina – are they named for someone in Tryphena’s family?
Looking outside the Box:
The names of Martin and Tryphena’s grandchildren might indicate more clues:
Sarah and Oliver Harmon’s children
Almira -- ?
Myron -- ?
Orson -- ?
Emily -- ?
Orsey (or Asa in some records) -- ?
Sarah Lucinda – named Nehemiah for his paternal Grandfather. Could Levi be a maternal grandfather’s name????
Diantha and Jonathan Hanchett’s children
Elam Martin -- Elam ?? Martin for his Maternal Grandfather.
Tryphena – For her maternal grandmother.
Two unknown children according to Harmon Genealogy
Orilla and Nehemiah Harmon’s children
They are proported to have had 14 children. I have located names of 6 of them:
Jesse Nehemiah -- Jesse for her brother; Nehemiah for his father & grandfather.
Hannah W. – possibly for Hannah Braddish; Martin Harmon’s 3rd wife. Nehemiah also had a sister named Hannah.
Lorenzo Frazier -- ? Is there a clue in this name?
Sarah L. – Interestingly that both daughters named a daughter Sarah L.—for a grandmother possibly?—or for Orilla’s sisters, Sarah and Lucina??
Rhode S. – for his grandmother, Rhoda Sexton.
Emmy – Sarah also had a daughter named Emily!
Martin Norton died without issue
Jesse Perce and Anna Barnes Harmon’s children:
Appleton Milo -- ?
Sophrina Melinda -- ?
Amos Washington -- ? Perhaps for George Washington?
Ancil Perce -- ? Perce for Jesse Perce.
None of these names ring a familiar bell. Did Jesse perhaps name children after some of the Gibbs family or after his mother and Anna’s families?
Alpheus and Hulda Dimeras Vaughn Harmon’s children:
Caroline -- ?
Edwin – possibly after Hulda’s brother.
Elizabeth – possibly after Hulda’s mother.
Ebenezer -- ?
Henry Martin – Henry ? Martin after Alpheus’ father.
Alma – Book of Mormon name
Ammon – Book of Mormon name
Alpheus Amulek -- Alpheus after his father; Amulek– Book of Mormon name
Hulda—after her mother
Elizabeth “Lucina” and Joshua Mecham’s children:
Daniel -- ?
Lorenzo Dow – a rather famous person of the time.
Elizabeth Lucina – after her mother.

POSSIBILITIES: There are at least ten grandchildren whose names we do not know if the Harmon Genealogy by Artemus Harmon is correct in saying that Orilla had 14 children and Diantha had four. But from the names we do know, we can quickly see that most of the grandchildren of Martin and Tryphena are named for relatives. So, why not Jesse’s?

POSSIBILITIES: One thing that is so amazing to me is the close family relationship that Martin’s children all had with one another—moving to similar locations and just being involved with each other. Of course, we need to remember that Sarah and Orilla’s children were double cousins and that Diantha married her 3rd cousin, Jonathan Hanchett. Anthony Austin and Esther Huggins are their common ancestors. Also, Jonathan’s 5th great grandfather, John Hanchett, married for his second wife, Diantha’s 5th great-grandmother, the widowed Mary Skinner Harmon. Diantha died in 1838. ALL of Martin Harmon’s other living children, and Diantha’s family joined the Mormon church in the 1830s!!!!
WHAT KIND OF UPBRINGING DID THEY HAVE THAT MADE THEM SO RELIGIOUSLY INCLINED????? Why did they so readily accept the gospel?
Here is a letter that Martin wrote to his children about the time they left Ohio for Illinois—which would date the letter around 1839—sometime soon after he was widowed. Erie Pennsylvania is only about 60 miles from where the family would have been in Ohio—not an impossible thing to go get Dad and take him along! If it was written in 1839, Martin would have been 81 years old at the time he wrote it. If later, just add years on. Many have claimed that Martin did not join the Mormon church and indeed there is no record of it, but it doesn’t appear to me that he was really opposed to the doctrine…although he was worried about his own age and health! HE WANTS TO BE WITH HIS CHILDREN THERE OR NOT!!!! How lucky for him that he can be—eternally!
Now my dear children, I want you should see this and read it attentively, and remember it is the dying words of your aged Father to you, who never expects to speak or write to you again, but my love for you is as great as it ever was. I desire your welfare. You need not think that because we do not think alike, I am going to throw you away. No, we do not look alike and we shall not be separated for that as well as for the other. The same thing. But I want to be with you all, there or not.
Lucina wrote to me the 3 June, last, that she expected you would all be together in the fall, so I write to you all in one letter, as I can write no more. I want all to see it and bear it in their minds and love me and answer as soon as you can, as time is short with us. Let us prepare to meet the Lord at his coming, for without Holiness no man can see His face in peace.
Alpheus wrote to me to have me GO WITH HIM TO ILLINOIS, but it appeared to me like throwing my life away to undertake such a journey, as it was not that I should have lived to get there. So do not think hard of me for not coming, for it I had got there, the climate is so different that my days would have been very short. So I must conclude my letter by subscribing my letter.
Your affectionate father,
Martin Harmon

POSSIBILITIES: While in Nauvoo, Sarah Harmon did some baptisms for the dead. She was baptized for her mother, Tryphena Harmon and for her grandmother, Sarah Grainger. Lucina was baptized for her sister, Diantha Hershall (Should be Hanchett). Looking at Sarah Harmon’s pedigree, her great-grandmother, Sarah Martin Norton, wife of Freegrace Norton, outlived her husband for 27 years. Could she have remarried someone named Granger? Sarah Martin Norton lived to be 96 years of age. Another possibility is that Tryphena’s mother could be named Sarah. Since the baptisms appeared to have been done for women by their married name, whoever Sarah is—she possibly married a second time.

POSSIBILITIES: Martin Harmon had an Uncle Joel Harmon who married a woman named Sarah Granger. They had no children. Joel and his first wife, Rebecca Phelps had 8 children. He was 43 and she was 31 at the time of his marriage to Sarah in 1762. They were from Suffield, CT-- which fits with earlier information about where Martin and Tryphena originated. Was Sarah married previously--- Could she have been Tryphena’s mother??? Sarah died in 1830 in Suffield. Another possibility is that since Martin’s own grandparents (& Joel’s parents also—Nathaniel and Esther Austin) died in 1761 and 1763, perhaps Joel and Sarah filled the role of Surrogate grandparents for Nehemiah and Abagial’s children (including Martin) as they lived near each other in Suffield. There are all kinds of possibilities!

POSSIBILITIES: Let’s go to John Gibbs family first of all.
In 1800, John Gibbs and Martin Harmon both lived in Willsborough, Essex, New York as did Martin’s sister and her husband, Ziba Westcott.
By 1810, Martin was in Elizabethtown, Essex, New York and John Gibbs & Ziba Westcott were in Lewis, Essex, New York.
The following article gives a history of how Lewis came into being. It is highly possible that John Gibbs and Ziba Westcott and others from Willsborough in 1800 never moved at all, but were part of the creation of the new town of Lewis and it was Martin and Tryphena who moved six miles away to Elizabethtown.
The Elizabeth Post: Devoted to Politics, Science, Agriculture and …. Interests of the People. Post and Gazette, Published every Thursday by Estate of AC H. Livingston—George L. Brevie, Editor and Business Manager. 23 Oct 1900
The town of Lewis was organized by being taken from Willsborough in 1805; it was named for the Governor of the State of New York; he was not a rough rider—he was not a strenuous Governor—he was never credited by the contemporary historian with whipping a first class nation alone, in a single engagement—he was just a plain every day man, content, and intent to do his duty as he met it—without a painted chart of his official intention furnished in advance for public use; this most remarkable man—viewing him now, almost a century from his official acts, and at the … moment of national life was Morgan Lewis, the 2nd Governor of the State of New York.
It is a long way back to 1805, the inhabitants of that period have all plunged into the interminable wilderness, lying on the opposite slope beyond the divide, there are no human links to connect the present with the far away past—no words from them to weave into history their acts; there are those, however, whose knowledge and recollection go back well into the first half of the present century and it is from them that we must depend for about all that can be written concerning the early settlers and inhabitants of the town.
I will give verbatim the record of the meeting, probably held in April or May 1806:
“At a legal town meeting held at the house of Thomas Hinckley, Esq., in the town of Lewis, County of Essex, agreeable to an act not of the legislature of the state of New York passed April 4th, 1805, being the first town meeting held in s’d town. Preceedings as followeth:
First, voted to choose their officers by going round.
Made choice of Thomas Hinckley, Supervisor-qualified.
Commissioners of Highways: Timothy Woodruff, Asa Roe, Jarod Reynolds—qualified.
Constables: Appleton Woodruff, Daniel Rice, Elijah Hinckley, Noah Lee—qulaified.
Voted, that each pound keeper’s yard shall be used as a pound.
Fence viewers and damage appraisers, Charles Spoor, Aaron Hodeley, Nathan Nicholod, Robert Kile—qualified.
Voted, that fees of the fence viewers and damage appraisers, shall be six shillings pr. Day.
Voted, that the inhabitants of this town shall pay three dollars bounty on each wolf that shall be killed in this County of Essex, provided that a majority of the towns in the county shall vote the same.
Voted, that there be a person chosen to attend to and ascertain the town line between Lewis and Chesterfield, and Lewis and Willsborough, and Lewis and Elizabethtown.
Voted, that Thomas Hinckley be the person for that purpose.
Voted, that the next annual town meeting be at the dwelling house of Thomas Hinckley.
The foregoing constitutes the entire proceedings of the first town meeting held in the town of Lewis. The dwelling house of Thos. Hinckley referred to above is still standing, near the first brook north of Lewis village and is over a century old.
Believing it will be of greater interest to the reader to know the names of the inhabitants then living in the town, than any words of my own, I append a list of persons—owners of property, liable to work on the highways, and the number of days each person is assessed for the year 1806:

Dist. No. 1: Stephen Ruscoe, sawmill owner, 15 days
Barzilil Flagg, 6 days
Ziba Westcott, 3 days (Martin's brother-in-law)
Daniel Fish, 4 days
Michael Scovil, 4 days
Robert Irish, 5 days
Penuel Merrifield, 4 days
Simon Roscoe, 7 days

Dist. No. 2, Robert Davis, 4 days
Nathan Nichols, 12 days
Timothy Woodruff, 6 days
Isase Bristol, 5 days
Roger H. Woodruff, 10 days
John Gibbs, 6 days
James Nichols, 4 days
David Sykes, 7 days
Cyrus Nicholson, 5 days
John Tuttle, 5 days


Dist. No. 3 Alanson Hanmer, 2 days
Nathan Perry, 4 days
Appleton Woodruff, 16 days
Asa Roe, 7 days
Samuel Bishop, 9 days
Rowland Kellogg, 2 days
Jonathan Fisher, 4 days
John Fisher, 6 days


Dist. No. 4 Jered Reynolds, 6 days
Asa Putnam, 11 days
Walter VanOrder, 3 days
Walter Van Order 2nd, 3 days
Josiah Colburn, 6 days
Eliphelet Colburn, 5 days
Jabe Walcot, 4 days
Richard Buckminister, 6 days
Roswell Colburn, 3 days
Zachariah Streight, 5 days
Wm. Bennett, 5 days
Jeremiah Beauett, 2 days
Aaron Hedeley, 3 days
Reuben Jakewith, 4 days
Asa Jakewith, 2 days
Thomas Blackman, 3 days

Dist. No. 6 Wm Dennyhue, 6 days
Comfort Crowningshield, 3 days
Willard Spaulding, 2 days
Wm. Menning, 4 days


Dist. No. 7 Charles Spoor, 4 days
John Tippets, 7 days
Wm. Buckle, 6 days
Cyrus Wilson, 5 days
Zachariah Comstock, 4 days
Oliver Senders, 3 days
Pardon Irish, 3 days
Samuel Francis, 3 days
Cornelius Soper, 3 days
Ichabed Randall, 3 days
Joseph Randall, 3 days
Adna Allen, 3 days
Daniel Allen, 5 days

Dist. No. 8 Obed Holcomb, 4 days
Elisha Leonard, 5 days
Robert Kile, 6 days
Thomas Hinckley, 6 days
Nathaniel Tower, 5 days
Jonas Gibbs, Jr., 6 days
Truman Johnson, 5 days
Daniel Rice, 8 days
Daniel Johnson, 5 days
Joel H. Johnson, 5 days
John Smith, 2 days
Elijah Hinckley, 3 days
Thomas Platt, 4 days
(Lewis is not without its celebrity)
Ozra Sanders, 2 days
Samuel Barrett, 1 day

Dist. No. 9 Reuben Spaulding, 5 days
Oliver Hocomb, 5 days
Ishmael H. Holcomb, 5 days
Ambrose Mason, 6 days
Asa Mead, 5 days
Noah Lee, 5 days
Daniel Pratt, 3 days
Calvin Griffin, 5 days

POSSIBILITIES: This is what I have searched out and put together about John Gibbs: (YES! I am well aware that Jesse is NOT a son of John Gibbs, but there is a picture here I needed to see!)
John Gibbs is the son of Jonas Gibbs and Sarah ________ (IGI—extracted records)
First Generation
POSSIBILITIES: 1. John GIBBS was born on 29 Aug 1773 in Templeton, Worcester, Massachusetts. He died before 13 Apr 1847 in Lewis, Essex, New York.
John married Euphemia RAMSAY in 1798 in Templeton, Worcester, Massachusetts. Euphemia was born on 17 Jul 1781 in Rumney, Grafton, New Hampshire. She died in Lewis, Essex, New York.
They had the following children:
+ 2 M i. Jesse Perce HARMON was born on 11 Aug 1795. He died on 24 Dec 1877. (JESSE LIVED WITH THIS FAMILY FOR TWELVE YEARS OF HIS LIFE. HE IS ACTUALLY THE SON OF MARTIN HARMON AND TRYPHENA.)

3 F ii. Maria GIBBS was born prob bef 1800 in of Lewis, Essex, New York.

4 M iii. Russell GIBBS was born about 1800 in of Lewis, Essex, New York.

5 F iv. Polly GIBBS was born in of Lewis, Essex, New York.

6 M v. Asahel GIBBS was born about 1805 in of Lewis, Essex, New York.

7 M vi. John GIBBS was born about 1812 in of Lewis, Essex, New York.

8 M vii. Philander GIBBS was born about 1822 in of Lewis, Essex, New York.

2. Jesse Perce HARMON (Martin Harmon) was born on 11 Aug 1795 in Rupert,Bennington,Vermont. He died on 24 Dec 1877 in Holden,Millard,Utah.

Jesse married (1) Anna BARNES daughter of Abijah BARNES and Abi BRADFORD on 29 Apr 1819 in Springfield,Erie,Pennsylvania. Anna was born on 6 Mar 1798 in New Ashford, Berkshire, Massachusetts. She died on 16 Jan 1847 in Winter Quarters, Florence, Omaha, Nebraska.
Newspaper notice of Euphemia Gibbs death:
GIBBS, Euphemia
Died in Lewis, on the 17th instant, Mrs. EUPHEMIA GIBBS, consort of the late John Gibbs, Esquire, aged about 65 years.
The Elizabethtown Post 23 June 1854
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MILITARY: From his son, Ancil Perce's history:
I have heard my father tell of hearing his father relate the following incident which happened while he was in the War of 1812. He, with a few other soldiers had sought shelter in an old cabin and were surrounding the table eating when a cannon ball was shot into the room and burst--killing everyone but Jesse. The bodies were dismembered and arms. legs, heads were scattered all over the room. Why was Jesse not killed. We will let some of his descendants say why.

POSSIBILITIES: Is This the Genealogical Find of the Century?
One of the things I have noticed as I have checked and re-checked for clues regarding Tryphena’s identity and using Jesse Perce as my focus person, I noticed that Timothy Woodruff has consistently been a neighbor of the Harmons or the Gibbs in the early census. This name just seemed to “reach out and grab me.” Timothy lived in Lewis, Essex, NY and raised his family there….mostly daughters: Adeline, Nancy, Sylvia, Sophronia, Roxy, Phebe, Harriet, Margaret, and Fannie—and two sons, Parnell and George Clark Woodruff. [Note that in 1790 there is a Pharml Pooler] His wife was Eunice Newell.
Just looking at the names of Timothy’s daughters, I noticed a Sophronia. Jesse named his ONLY daughter Sophronia Melinda! Was she named after a little neighbor girl in Lewis?
Then I discovered that Timothy’s father’s name was APPLETON WOODRUFF!!!! Timothy also had a brother named Appleton who lived in Lewis, NY!!! Am I onto something here????? Jesse named his eldest son Appleton Milo Harmon! Was he influenced by Appleton Woodruff in his young years? Who are these Woodruff neighbors? A closer look at this family showed me that Timothy had another brother named Roger Hooker Woodruff. Roger named a son Jeremiah Root Woodruff and Jeremiah named a son Ansell Woodruff (but not until the 1830s!). Here is a 3rd unusual name these families have in common. Jesse Perce named his youngest son Ancil Perce Harmon!!!!
So, I asked myself, is there a REAL connection or are these things just co-incidence????
Myself didn’t know the answer, so I went to my Heavenly Father and began to lay out before Him the things I was finding. I asked Him very specifically that if there was ANYTHING on this earth that would tie these families into Tryphena’s family, that I would be led to locate it.
Within a couple hours of that heartfelt prayer, I found the following piece of information on the Essex County, New York site:
DEATH: WOODRUFF, Timothy
Died at the residence of his son-in-law, Mr. Warren Pooler, in Westport, on the 9th instant, Mr. TIMOTHY WOODRUFF, of Lewis, aged 78 years.
The Elizabethtown Post 15 September 1854
POOLER!!!!! Have we, all these years been looking for Poole and the name should be Pooler?????
I found the following census:
CENSUS: 1850 Westport, Essex, New York enumerated 31 Jul 1850 by J.F. Morgan
Warren Pooler age 34 m. farmer $1000; b. VT
Phebe 33 f b. NY
Warren 3m
Peter Counter 18m Laborer b. Canada
George W. Pooler 25m Farmer b. VT
[Timothy Woodruff indeed had a daughter named Phebe! This must be she? Timothy died at his son-in-law, Warren Pooler's]
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I, Cheryl had a dream about Tryphena. The dream I had about Tryphena was of a blonde girl with long braids. When I went to Beulah Loosli Hall’s funeral one of her granddaughters sang and looked just exactly like the girl in my dream. It was weird. I got no information; it seems like Tryphena was nursing someone who was sick in my dream.

CENSUS: We have long looked at early census records. Is there something we haven’t seen before—or something we should follow through on that we have noticed and let pass?
1790 Census of Rupert, Bennington County, Vermont pg. 14 (film 0,181,381)
This shows Martin Harmon with a family of two males and four females.
According to our records, Martin and Tryphena had two daughters, Sarah and Diantha at this time. Who is the extra male and female? It is not Martin’s parents as they are listed on the same page of this census. Could it possibly be some of Tryphena’s family?

1800 Census for Willsborough, Essex, New York pg. 310 (film 0,025,540)
Martin Harmon
Males: 2 (0-10), 1 (40-45); Females: 1 (0-10); 1 (10-16); 1 (40-45)
Orilla was under 10; Sarah & Diantha were in the age group 10-16; Martin was 7, Jesse was 5 and Alpheus was 2. Lucina was born in 1800 and so would probably have not been counted in this census. We can see at a glance that one daughter and one son are not listed as being with their parents in 1800.
John Gibbs is listed on the SAME page of this census. He has 1 male 16-26 (which would have been himself) and one female 0-10 and one 16-26. According to the info I have located on John Gibbs, he would have had one daughter at that time.
Next to John Gibbs is Timothy Woodruff, then Timothy Spaulding, Jonas Perry, Rufus Mico, Barltell Betts, Ziba Westcott and Martin Harmon, Stephen Rosco, Stephen Ashley and Azor Rusco. [Ziba Westcott is married to Martin Harmon’s sister, Mercy.] Martin’s missing children do not appear to be with Ziba

1810 Census for Elizabethtown, Essex, New York pg. 13 (film 0,181,381)
Martin Harmon 1---1 - 1 – 1
Males:
Only two of their children are at home at this time according to the census records. Probably Alpheus and Lucina. Jesse stated that he was living six miles from his father at this time with John Gibbs. Where are the other children? It is probable that Sarah, Diantha and Orilla were married by now. Diantha had a child in 1808. Martin would have been about 17 and Jesse 15. I don’t recognize any neighbor’s names in Elizabethtown.

1820: Martin not found; believed to be “living with son-in-law” possibly Lucina and Joshua Mecham.
Oliver & Nehemiah – sons in law are in Conneaut, Erie, PA; so are Alpheus and Jesse, his sons. Alpheus is listed on this census as Elfyus Arman on the same page as Jesse.
LOCATE JONATHAN HANCHETT IN 1820 –he often used just Nathan Hanchett--AND JOSHUA MECHAM.

1830 Census:
Martin Harmon and Hannah (widowed of Samuel Braddish) are living next door to Jesse P. Harmon in Conneaut, Erie, PA (film 0,020,621 pg. 329)
Hannah died in 1838 at the age of 76 years old. Martin lived until 1845 when he died at the age of 87!
After the 1830 census, Martin’s children began moving with the Mormon migration to Ohio, Missouri, Illinois. It was in 1840 that, Alpheus, Jesse, Nehemiah (Orilla), Oliver (Sarah) and Lucina were all in Springfield, Sangamon Co, Illinois. So was Diantha’s husband—listed as Nathan Hanchett.

RESIDENCE:From Springfield, Illinois, we next find Martin’s children in Nauvoo, Illinois—the gathering place for the Latter-day Saints. From here, Martin’s sons and grandsons undertook the responsibility to share the gospel with others and accepted mission calls. There are several accounts of these missions, but I chose the following one as it names so many of the family members in one journal entry.
10 Oct 1842
At a conference assembled in Nauvoo, many were called on missions. Among them were Appleton Milo Harmon, son of Jesse Perce Harmon; and his companion was Joseph Meacham, who was married to Jesse’s sister, Lucina. Their mission was to New York State. Appleton describes his mission thus:
Started on a mission to the State of New York in company with Joseph Meacham on the 10th of October 1842, being called by the Conference to do so–assembled a short time previous. I proceded in route down the Mississippi calling at St. Louis, thense down the Mississippi to the mouth of the Ohio, thense up the Ohio River passing and changing boats at Louisville, KY, Cincinnati, Ohio, and alnding at Beaver, PA. Thense by canal and land to Conneaut, Erie, PA where I was raised. Here I found several Uncles and a numerous acquaintance. I visited for a few days and then proceeded on this, my first mission, to preach the gospel in route by land to Erie, Steamer to Buffalo, rail road to Naigary Falls, on foot to Lewiston, thense by British Steamer to Toronto U. Canady, British America and stopped over night, then took steamer again in the midst of a snow storm and proceeded to Kingston. Changed boats and them to Prescut, and then crossed the River to Ogdensburg, and proceeded by land to Canton, thense to Dearstown, county of St. Lawrence, where we arrived about the 13th of November 1842, and spent our time mostly in this county in the towns of Parishville, Hokinton, etc. and by the 16 August 1843, we had succeeded in baptising 52 and got a company of over forty organized and started by land for Nauvoo.
We proceeded in route by Oswego, Rochester, Buffalo, Erie, PA, calling on my relatives in Conneaut, and preaching on Sunday and bear my testimony to the truth of this work (the Gospel of Christ.) We then proceeded on the Ridge Road to Mentor, Ohio and there lef t the Ridge Road passing through Kirtland, Ohio, Akron, Knoxville, Columbus (the capital), Springfield, Eaton, crossing into the State of Indiana passing through Richmond and Indanapolis, capitol, Terehaute, crossing the Wabash River, then an extensive prairie to Springfield, the capital of Illinois, thense on crossing the Illinois River at Beardstown and arrived with our company of forty at Nauvoo, Hancock, Ill on the 10th of October one year from the time I started, and felt quite well statisfied with the manner in which I had spent the year.
About the time of my arrival at the field of my mission, my Uncle Alpheus Harmon and cousin, Orsey Harmon, while crossing the prairie on their return from a mission and between Carthage and Nauvoo, perished in a storm. It appears that my cousin Orsa had fallen first, being of a tender constitution–the howling blast had overcome him as the snow was falling fast and wind blew. My Uncle had left his nephew and traveled some 12 or 14 miles toward Carthage when being without chart or compass and as the snow fell so thick and fast that no landscape or marks or roads were visible, lost and bewildered, overcame with fatigue, hunger, and cold, he fell asleep lying on his face where he was found some 5 or 6 days after frozen stiff, leaving a widow with seven small children to mourn the loss. The news of this reached me about Christmas.
Utah Historical Society Records Survey; Federal Writer’s Project WPA,
The Bancroft Library of California Berkeley.

+ 9 F viii. Lucinda Ann GIBBS was born calculated 1825. She died on 23 Sep 1857.

10 F ix. Louisa P. GIBBS was born calculated 1828 in of Lewis, Essex, New York.


Second Generation

They had the following children:

11 M i. Appleton Milo HARMON was born on 29 May 1820 in , Erie, Pennsylvania. He died on 26 Feb 1877 in Holden, Millard, Utah.
Appleton married Elmeda STRINGHAM daughter of George STRINGHAM and Polly HENDRICKSON on 1 Jan 1845 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois. Elmeda was born on 30 Dec 1829 in Jamestown, Chautauqua, New York. She died on 3 Aug 1923 in Lehi, Utah, Utah.

12 F ii. Sophronia Melinda HARMON was born on 5 Apr 1824 in , Erie,
Pennsylvania. She died on 21 Jan 1847 in Winter Quarters, Iowa.
Sophronia married Heber Chase KIMBALL . Heber was born on 14 Jun 1801 in Sheldon, , Vermont. He died on 22 Jun 1868.

13 M iii. Amos Washington HARMON was born on 30 Oct 1827 in , Erie, Pennsylvania.
Amos married Mary Jane THEABOLD . Mary was born in 1851 in Capetown.

14 M iv. Ancil Perce HARMON was born on 5 Apr 1832 in Conneaut Twp,Erie,Pensylvania. He died on 12 Sep 1908 in Vermillion,Servier,Utah. He was buried in Holden,Millard,Utah.
Ancil married Rosaline CHANDLER daughter of Abel CHANDLER and Mary Jane JEROME on 29 Nov 1862 in Salt Lake City,Salt Lake,Utah. Rosaline was born on 15 Mar 1841 in New York City,New York,New York. She died on 8 Sep 1914 in Richfield,Sevier,Utah. She was buried in Holden,Millard,Utah.

9. Lucinda Ann GIBBS (John) was born calculated 1825 in of Lewis, Essex, New York. She died on 23 Sep 1857 in Lewis, Essex, New York.

Lucinda married (1) Nathaniel BRADLEY calculated 1844 in of Lewis, Essex, New York. Nathaniel was born on 15 Jul 1816 in Warren, Warren, New York. He died on 12 Aug 1845 in Lewis, Essex, New York.

They had the following children:

15 M i. Nathaniel Oliver BRADLEY was born on 6 Dec 1845 in Lewis, Essex, New York. He died on 13 Oct 1922 in Visalia, Tulare, California.


Lucinda married (2) Stephen BURPEE about 1849 in of Lewis, Essex, New York. Stephen was born calculated 1817 in of Lewis, Essex, New York.

They had the following children:

16 M ii. Winfield BURPEE was born on 6 Dec 1850 in of Lewis, Essex, New York.

Appendix A - Notes
1. John GIBBS
DEATH: Will dated 13 Feb 1847; proved 13 Apr 1847. Film 0,866,331 Will Bk C pg. 272-279
1S. Euphemia RAMSAY
CENSUS: 1850 Census Lewis, Essex, New York pg. 256 enumerated on 23 Aug 1850 by J.F. Morgan
Stephen Burpee 33m Farmer $800
Lucinda 25f
Nathaniel 5m
Winfield 6/12 m
Euphemia Gibbs 70 f b. NH
Louisa 22f b. NY
George Whitman 18m

2. Jesse Perce HARMON
Jesse is the son of Martin Harmon and Tryphena, yet he spent twelve years of his young life living with John Gibbs. That is why I have connected him to that family as his guardian. I wanted to be able to place him in the context of the family he grew up in. I believe they had a profound influence on his life. What was the reason for living there? Was he apprenticed to a trade? Was his own mother ill and unable to care for him? Was John Gibbs a relative?
This is the history of Jesse Pearce Harmon, the son of Martin Harmon and Tryphene _________ who was the son of Nehemiah and Abigail. This history was written by Jesse, himself and a copy is found in the Early Church 70's Quorum Records, 11th Quorum of Seventies film 006164 pt.1. Original spelling retained. "My father was married on 22 Nov 1785 to Triphene ____________. My father and grandfather emigrated soon after my father was married to Rupert, Bennington County, Vermont from Suffield, Connecticut where my father remained until the year 1799; when I remained with my father until I was about six years of age. I then left my father and went to the town of Lewis, about 6 miles from my father and lived with John Gibbs. In 1811, my mother died and in the year 1811 my father moved to Castleton, Rutland, Vermont and left me still living with John Gibbs and in June 1812 I left John Gibbs and went to my father and there remained until the 7th day of October following and then enlisted with the service of the United States with my brother, Martin N. Harmon with our father's consent and shortly after joined the Army stationed at Burlington, Vermont. We remained there a few months. We then crossed Lake Champlain with the Army under the command of Col. Clark to Plattsburgh and joined Gene Hampton's army and remained there a few months. Sometime in the month of March 1814, my father came and visited us at Plattsburgh.
On the 30th day of March was fought the battle of LaColle Mill, a large fortified stone house at
which Major Hancock commanded, who was the British officer.
On the day which our father left us, we took up the line of march from Plattsburgh to LaCalle
[spelling unsure] Mill and our father went to the town of Jay [Essex County, NY] to get married to a Mrs. Dunbar. The marriage took place on the 30th at the time we were engaged in this battle in hearing of the cannon.
We had several skirmishes with the British and Indians before we reached LaColle Mill in one of
which I received a slight wound from an Indian tomahawk. At LaCalle, both my brother and myself was on the right wing of the Army under the command of Col. Clark in General Smith's brigade. We were exposed to a gallery fire from the enemy and my brother received a mortal wound in his breast while fighting by my side and died on the 17th day of April following at Little Sharzee, NY and was buried there in the horrors of war.
I then returned with part of the army by way of Plattsburgh to Burlington, Vermont, and there reenlisted on the 5th day of June during the war and left for Rutland County, Vermont where I remained in the recruiting service a few months and was appointed a Corporal and we then marched for Buffalo, New York. From thence we crossed Lake Erie to Fort Erie, Upper Canada. While there we received a continued cannonading and combatting from the enemy for several weeks and on the 17th of September we fought a general battle and spiked several pieces of cannon. Took 800 prisoners and left upwards of 1100 of the enemy dead upon the field of battle. We lost 511 men. When General Brown, observing that the enemy had just completed a battery, which could open
a most destructive fire, and the next day planned a sortie, which has been considered a military chef
d'oeuvre.
The British force consisted of 3 brigades of 1500 men each; one of which was stationed at the
works in front of Fort Erie, the other two occupied a camp 2 miles in the rear. The design of General
Brown was to storm the batteries, destroy the cannon, and roughly handle the brigade on duty before those in reserve could be brought up. A road had previously been opened by Lieutenant Riddle of Frazier, in a circuitous route through the woods within pistol shot of the flagpole [?] of the line of batteries and with such secrecy as to have escaped the notice of the enemy. At 2 o'clock the troops were drawn up in readiness to make the sortie. The division commanded by General Porter was composed of riflemen and Indians under Colonel Gibson and 2 columns; one on the right commanded by Colonel Wood. The left commanded by General Davis of the New York Militia; this was to proceed through the woods by the road which had been opened; while the right division of the troops in the service already mentioned was stationed between the fort and the enemy works under General Miller with orders not to advance until General Porter should have engaged their fire.
The command of General Porter advanced with so much secrecy and caution, that when they
rushed upon by this time, received considerable reinforcements. General Miller continued to advance, although suffering severe loss is some of his valuable officers. The 21st under Lt. Colonel Upham, forming a part of the reserves and a part of the 17th, uniting with the corps of General Miller, charged rapidly upon a remaining battery which was instantly abandoned by the British Infantry and Artillery.
General Ripley now ordered a line to be formed for the protection of the detachments engaged in
destroying the batteries and was engaged in making arrangements for following up against the rear of General Drum the enemy's flank they gave the first intimation of their approach. A severe conflict for a moment ensued in which those gallant officers, Colonel Gibson and Colonel Wood fell at the head of their columns and the command devolved on Lieutenant Colonel McDonald and Major Brooks. In 30 minutes, possession was taken of both batteries in the quarter together with a block house in the rear and the garrison made prisoners. Thru 24 founders were considered useless and their magazine blown up by Lt. Riddle who narrowly escaped the effects of the explosion. At this moment, the division of General Miller and of General Brown having heard the firing, had ordered to advance. In conjunction with Colonel Gibson's column, he forced between the 2nd and 3rd line of batteries and after a severe contest carried the first of these. In this assault, Gene Davis fell at the head of his volunteers. The whole of these batteries and the two blockhouses being in possession of the Americans. General Miller's division inclined to the more formidable batteries toward the lake shore. At this moment they were joined by the reserve under General Ripley. Here the resistance was more obstinate, the work being exceedingly intricate, from the evasive lines of entrenchment contrived with complexity; a constant use of the bayonet was the only mode of assailing them; the enemy had also, moved, the success which had so far transcended expectation, when he received a wound in the neck and fell by the side of Major Brooks. He was immediately transported to the fort. The object of the sortie having been completely affected, General Miller called in his detachments and retired in good order with the prisoners and the trophies of this signal effort.
During the engagement General Parker, who commanded the riflemen and Indians, on the right of
the left wing was taken prisoner by the army, whom I, then acting as orderly surgeon, within a small force retook, together with several British Officers and soldiers before they had time to retreat to their camp.
We then took upon our line of march to Chepemia and had a small skirmish with the enemy and lost a few of our men.
From thence, we crossed the Niagara River and marched to Locknetts Harbor by way of Black Rock, where I remained till the 20th of May 1815, when I was discharged from the Army and on the 24th started for Sangerfield, Oneida County, New York and arrived there about the 30th day of May and there remained about one year and then removed to Georgetown, Chenango [now Madison] County, New York. Remained there several months, then to Walcott, New York, Seneca County, and remained there about one year. From there to Springfield, Erie County, Pennsylvania, where I became acquainted with Anna Barnes, a daughter of Abijah and Aby Barnes and on the 29th day of April 1819 was married to her on December following removed to Conneaut, Erie Co., Pennsylvania.
On the 2nd day of August 1828, I was elected 2nd Lieutenant and on the 7th day of April 1832
was elected 1st Lieutenant and on the 2nd day of March 1834 was elected Captain of the "Lexington Light Infantry", attached to the First Battalion of Erie County Volunteers of Pennsylvania.
In the year 1837, I removed to Conneaut, Ashtabula County, Ohio in the month of April and
removed from thence to Kirtland, Ohio on August following, and was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on the 28th day of April 1838 by Elder Elijah Cheney and on the 4th of November following I left there for Caldwell County, Missouri with the expectation of permanently settling myself there with the Saints and came as far as Springfield, Illinois, December 12 and there settled; the brethren being driven out of the state of Missouri under the exterminating order of Governor Boggs, from thence I removed to Nauvoo, where I arrived about the 4th day of October 1840 and was then ordained Priest by Elder William Marks and received a license as such December 20, 1841. On the 2nd day of April 1842 was elected Major of the Second Battalion, Fourth Regiment, Second Cohort, Nauvoo Legion. On the 6th day of the same month was ordained an Elder by Elder Lyman Wight. On the 15th day of September 1844 was elected Colonel of the aforesaid Regiment to fill the vacancy of Colonel J. Dunham who had been promoted.
On the 8th day of Oct. following was ordained under the hands of presidents Brigham Young and
Lyman Aman into the Eleventh Quorum of Seventies as one of the Seven Presidents. Presided as Senior President of the said Quorum at the organization of the same.

In the fall of 1842 my brother, Alpheus, .... called on a mission to Wisconsin. During the winter, my brother started for home and perished in a severe storm between Carthage and Nauvoo. Hearing the news of his death, I returned to Nauvoo.
Took ______ Sergent of the police from 1843 until the exodus of the Saints from Nauvoo. I had
command of the police while destroying the printing press that published the paper called the Nauvoo Expositer, which was declared a nuisance by the city council. I was taken with a writ the same time that the Prophet Joseph was taken to Carthage. We were gave bail to the next term of court. The Prophet was taken with another writ and placed in jail where he was martyred.
Had charge of finishing work on the temple at Nauvoo. Left Nauvoo in June 1846. Arrived on
Missouri River opposite Winter Quarters in Nov. In Jan 1847, my wife and daughter died from exposure. In 1848 I came to Salt Lake valley with the rest of my family.
Arrived in Salt Lake in the fall of 1848. Was the first Alderman elected in Salt Lake City and held
said office till 1861. Was called on a mission to Southern Utah in 1861. Resided there until 1866. I then removed to Holden, Willard County, Utah. I commenced to receive a pension in 1873 for my services in the War of 1812. My son, Appleton died Feb 26, 1877."
Jesse Pearce Harmon died Dec. 24, 1877, aged 82 yrs, 4 months 13 days. He lived and died a faithful Latter-day Saint. Was only sick 24 hours.

Film 0,866,331 Will Book C p. 272-279
Will of John Gibbs, whom Jesse Perce Harmon stayed with for 12 years:
Will was dated 13 Feb 1847 and proved 13 Apr 1847.
Excerpt:
It is not through want of affection that I have not particularly named all of my children but that I have heretofore done for them and given them all I am able to do consistent with a suitable provision for the maintenance and support of my said beloved wife, Euphemia and for my unfortunate son, John. Witnesses: Sullivan Burpee and Philander Gibbs of Lewis
Named in the will is: Wife, Euphemia, children: Lucinda A. Bradley, Louisa P. Gibbs, Asahel Gibbs, John Gibbs (infirmity of mind), Russel Gibbs, executor, "other" daughters. The index to the wills and Letters has:
John Gibbs--testate May 22, 1847
Letters Book B pg. 49 (Could not find these.)
Will Bk C pg. 272.

BIOGRAPHY: From a letter written to George Albert Smith by his wife, Bathsheba Bigler Smith:
October 12, 1842 [speaking of missionaries leaving] Brother Alpheas and Jesse Harmon have gone. Appleton [Harmon] intends to go tomorrow.

3. Maria GIBBS
Not named in her father's will. He stated: "It is not through want of affection that I have not particularly named all of my children but that I have heretofore done for them and given them all I am able to do consistent with a suitable provision for the maintenance and support of my said beloved wife, Euphemia and for my unfortunate son, John."
4. Russell GIBBS
Executor of his father's will
5. Polly GIBBS
Not named in her father's will. He stated: "It is not through want of affection that I have not particularly named all of my children but that I have heretofore done for them and given them all I am able to do consistent with a suitable provision for the maintenance and support of my said beloved wife, Euphemia and for my unfortunate son, John."
6. Asahel GIBBS
Named in his father's will.
7. John GIBBS
Named in his father's will and called, "My unfortunate son, John" Infirmity of mind. His father stated: "It is not through want of affection that I have not particularly named all of my children
but that I have heretofore done for them and given them all I am able to do consistent with a suitable provision for the maintenance and support of my said beloved wife, Euphemia and for my unfortunate son, John."
8. Philander GIBBS
Witness to his father's will along with Sullivan Burpee.
9. Lucinda GIBBS
md 2nd Stephen BURPEE
1850 Census Lewis, Essex, New York pg. 256 enumerated on 23 Aug 1850 by J.F. Morgan
Stephen Burpee 33m Farmer $800
Lucinda 25f (DAUGHTER OF JOHN GIBBS)
Nathaniel 5m
Winfield 6/12 m
Euphemia Gibbs 70 f b. NH
Louisa 22f b. NY
George Whitman 18m
NOTE: Nathaniel is Lucinda's child by her first marriage and is Nathaniel Bradley.
10. Louisa P. GIBBS
CENSUS: Listed on 1850 Census living with her sister, Lucinda and Stephen Burpee and her mother,
Euphemia Gibbs. Louisa was 22 years of age and born in NY

POSSIBILITY: Ancestry.com collection of Birth records gives the date of 15 Jul 1758 for Tryphena's birth but no source is provided. Place listed as Rupert, Bennington,VT which did not exist at that date.

BIRTH: Complete date on familysearch.org. Do not know who submitted it or where full date came from. Previously, I had estimated about 1760. Tryphena could not have been born at Rupert as it wasn't even settled yet. My information tells me she was born in Massachusetts. (Probably Berkshire county, but, again, no source for this info.)

POSSIBILITY: After Tryphena's death, Martin remarried [2] Hannah Dunbar and [2] Hannah Dunton Braddish
Hannah Braddish had a son, Artemus Braddish who was married to (Lucia) Lucy Pooler. Lucy's father is George Pooler. I have not y

Records of Cheryl Harmon Bills
cherylbills@@gmail.com Parents: Jesse Pierce POOLE and Sarah GRANGER.

Spouse: Martin HARMON. Tryphena POOLE and Martin HARMON were married on 22 November 1785 in Suffield, Hartford, Connecticut. Children were: Sarah HARMON, Diantha HARMON, Orilla HARMON, Martin Norton HARMON, Jesse Pierce HARMON, Alpheus Amuleck HARMON, Elizabeth Lucina HARMON.


William POOLE49 was born about 1370 in Of Hull, York, Engl. He has Ancestral File Number B1P0-FS. Parents: Michael de la POLE 1 Earl of Suffolk and Katherine WINGFIELD.


William POOLE was born about 1698. He has reference number 9M8J-QF.

Spouse: Abigail KIMBALL. Abigail KIMBALL and William POOLE were married on 25 April 1718 in Ipswich, Essex, Mass..


William Taylor POOLE (private).

Spouse: Elizabeth STOVALL.


Allyn POOLER was born on 25 August 1740 in Killingly,Windham,Connecticut. Parents: John POOLER and Sarah ALLYN.

Spouse: Mary ADAMS.


Amasa POOLER was born on 22 August 1748 in Killingly,Windham,Connecticut. Parents: John POOLER and Sarah ALLYN.

Spouse: Hannah CADY.


Anna Eliza POOLER was born on 10 June 1833 in Plainville,Onondaga,New York. She died on 4 October 1914 at the age of 81 in Cato,Cayuga,New York. Parents: Levi Lewis POOLER and Lavina HOWE.

Spouse: Levi WORMUTH.


Archie POOLER (private). Parents: George POOLER and Abigail STEWART.


Betsey POOLER was born on 9 February 1824 in Cato,Cayuga,New York. She died on 13 February 1903 at the age of 79 in Hillsdale City,Hillsdale,Michigan. Parents: Levi Lewis POOLER and Lavina HOWE.

Spouse: Gardiner HALE.


Charles Adelbert POOLER was born on 13 December 1845 in Plainville,Onondaga,New York. He died on 4 March 1919 at the age of 73 in Meridian,Onondago,New York. Parents: Levi Lewis POOLER and Lavina HOWE.

Spouse: Ardelia Jane HITCHINGS.


Charles C POOLER was born on 11 June 1842 in Plainville,Onondaga,New York. He died on 17 June 1845 at the age of 3 in Plainville,Onondaga,New York. Parents: Levi Lewis POOLER and Lavina HOWE.


Cora POOLER was born in 1857 in Westport,Essex,New York. Parents: Warren POOLER and Phebe WOODRUFF.


Elsie POOLER was born on 1 August 1822 in Plainville,Onondaga,New York. She died on 28 July 1884 at the age of 61 in Cato,Cayuga,New York. Parents: Levi Lewis POOLER and Lavina HOWE.

Spouse: William SHOWERS.

Spouse: James STACKPOLE.


Emeline POOLER was born on 4 June 1829 in Cato,Cayuga,New York. She died in 1902 at the age of 73 in Mendon,Monroe,New York. Parents: Levi Lewis POOLER and Lavina HOWE.

Spouse: Isaac SOMERISKI.


Fred POOLER was born in 1863 in Westport,Essex,New York. Parents: Warren POOLER and Phebe WOODRUFF.


George POOLER was born on 21 February 1757 in Hopkinton,Washington,Rhode Island. He died in 1836 at the age of 79 in Granby,Oswego,New York. Parents: Zaccheus "Zachary" POOLER and Jane TANNER.

Spouse: Abigail STEWART. Abigail STEWART and George POOLER were married in 1777 in Canaan,Somerset,Maine. Children were: Levi Lewis POOLER, Lucia "Lucy" POOLER, Louis POOLER, Joshua POOLER, Archie POOLER, Rachel POOLER, Lavinnia POOLER, Lucinda POOLER.


Gilbert POOLER was born on 21 May 1821 in Plainville,Onondaga,New York. He died on 6 January 1894 at the age of 72 in Cato,Cayuga,New York. Parents: Levi Lewis POOLER and Lavina HOWE.


Humphry POOLER (private).

Spouse: Mrs. Phebee POOLER. Children were: John POOLER.


Isaac POOLER was born on 11 June 1760 in Killingly,Windham,Connecticut. He died on 12 April 1831 at the age of 70 in Killingly,Windham,Connecticut. Parents: John POOLER and Sarah ALLYN.

Spouse: Mrs. Lydia POOLER.


John POOLER was born on 11 February 1681 in London,Middlesex,England. Parents: Humphry POOLER and Mrs. Phebee POOLER.

Spouse: Eleoner DORE. Eleoner DORE and John POOLER were married on 20 February 1707 in Groton,New London,Connecticut. Children were: John POOLER.


John POOLER was born on 7 August 1708 in Groton,New London,Connecticut. He died after 1762 at the age of 54 in Westerly,Washington,Rhode Island. He has reference number 16339. Parents: John POOLER and Eleoner DORE. Parents: .

Spouse: Margaret REYNOLDS. Margaret REYNOLDS and John POOLER were married on 27 December 1723 in Stonington,New London,Connecticut. Children were: Mercy POOLER, Zaccheus POOLER, Mercy POOLER, Zaccheus "Zachary" POOLER.

Spouse: Sarah ALLYN. Sarah ALLYN and John POOLER were married before 1738 in Killingly, Windham County, Conn.. Children were: John POOLER, Allyn POOLER, Zebulon POOLER, Sarah POOLER, Reuben POOLER, Amasa POOLER, Priscilla POOLER, Matthew POOLER, Isaac POOLER.


John POOLER was born on 14 November 1738 in Killingly,Windham,Connecticut. Parents: John POOLER and Sarah ALLYN.


John POOLER was born on 25 September 1749. Parents: Zaccheus "Zachary" POOLER and Jane TANNER.


John F POOLER was born on 24 August 1839 in Plainville,Onondaga,New York. He died on 27 November 1895 at the age of 56 in Lysander,Onondago,New York. Parents: Levi Lewis POOLER and Lavina HOWE.

Spouse: Eunice Jane BURR.


Joshua POOLER (private). Parents: George POOLER and Abigail STEWART.


Lavinnia POOLER (private). Parents: George POOLER and Abigail STEWART.


Levi Lewis POOLER was born on 1 March 1796 in ,,Vermont. He died on 19 September 1875 at the age of 79 in Cato,Cayuga,New York. Parents: George POOLER and Abigail STEWART.

Spouse: Lavina HOWE. Lavina HOWE and Levi Lewis POOLER were married in 1820 in Plainville,Onondaga,New York. Children were: Gilbert POOLER, Elsie POOLER, Betsey POOLER, Warren POOLER, Ruth POOLER, Emeline POOLER, Lewis Levi POOLER, Anna Eliza POOLER, Miles POOLER, Wallace POOLER, John F POOLER, Charles C POOLER, Charles Adelbert POOLER.


Lewis Levi POOLER was born on 24 March 1831 in Cato,Cayuga,New York. He died on 28 September 1908 at the age of 77 in Plainville,Onondaga,New York. Parents: Levi Lewis POOLER and Lavina HOWE.

Spouse: Elizabeth Jane CARNCROSS.


Louis POOLER (private). Parents: George POOLER and Abigail STEWART.


Lucia "Lucy" POOLER was born on 21 July 1794 in ,,Vermont. She died on 23 July 1862 at the age of 68 in Canneaut,Erie,Pennsylvania. Parents: George POOLER and Abigail STEWART.

Spouse: Artemus BRADISH. Children were: Diantha BRADISH.


Lucinda POOLER was born in 1808 in ,,Vermont. She died in ,Erie,Pennsylvania. Parents: George POOLER and Abigail STEWART.

Spouse: Stephen MUNGER. Lucinda POOLER and Stephen MUNGER were married on 26 May 1846 in ,Ashtabula,Ohio.


Mary POOLER was born on 29 May 1752. Parents: Zaccheus "Zachary" POOLER and Jane TANNER.


Matthew POOLER was born on 16 November 1754 in Killingly,Windham,Connecticut. Parents: John POOLER and Sarah ALLYN.


Mercy POOLER was born in November 1724 in Stonington,New London,Connecticut. Parents: John POOLER and Margaret REYNOLDS.


Mercy POOLER was born in November 1724. She has reference number 16342. Parents: John POOLER and Margaret REYNOLDS.


Miles POOLER was born on 26 September 1835 in Plainville,Onondaga,New York. He died on 3 March 1899 at the age of 63 in Plainville,Onondaga,New York. Parents: Levi Lewis POOLER and Lavina HOWE.

Spouse: Sarah Jane BETTS.


Mrs. Lydia POOLER (private).

Spouse: Isaac POOLER.


Mrs. Phebee POOLER (private).

Spouse: Humphry POOLER. Children were: John POOLER.


Priscilla POOLER was born on 17 August 1753 in Pomfret,Windham,Connecticut. Parents: John POOLER and Sarah ALLYN.