MARRIED — In Kortright on the 22d ult., by elder Lake, Mr. John Burnside, of Maryland, to Mrs. Patty Johnson of the former place.
COMMENT: Abel Caulkins (b. Oct. 27, 1751, Norwich, CT) was married to Sarah Manning Avery (1755-1793) and the father of four children. He was a Lieutenant in the 2nd squadron, 5th NY Cavalry, as of 1809. Moses Ostrander (b. June 15, 1865, Hopewell, NY) was married to Claurey “Clarissa” Montfoort (1765-1846) and the father of 5 daughters and a son. He had served for 7 months during the Revolution as a Private, and was presumably a Major in the New York Militia. John Burnside (born Watervliet, NY, 1742, died Maryland, NY, July 28, 1819) had as his first wife Mary Hall (1752–1812) by whom he had 7 children. His second wife, Patty Johnson (1752-1821) was presumably a widow.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons who wish to become Stockholders in the Woolen and Cotton Factory, at Todd’s Mills, that a meeting will be held at LEMUEL TODD’s on Tuesday the 11th inst, at one o’clock P.M. for the purpose of organizing a Company. Punctual attendance at the hour is expected. Jan.y 8, 1814.
COMMENT: Lemuel Todd was born Jan. 19, 1782 and died in Toddsville on June 23, 1851. He married on Mar. 1, 1804, Sarah Frink (1781-1856) of Springfield, Mass., and they had 8 children. Lemuel Todd and his father Jehiel Todd (1761-1843) had in 1809 built a Cotton Mill on Oaks Creek in what became known as Toddsville. It was one of many mills built along Oaks Creek before the Civil War.