• [S1811] Unknown author. Harriet Delight /Hungerford/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1816] Unknown author. Philena S. /Bailey/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1819] Unknown author. Lost at sea.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1821] Unknown author. Y. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1822] Unknown author. In the New Haven Hospital.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1823] Ancestry.com. Rhode Island, State Censuses, 1865-1935. N.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
  • [S1824] Unknown author. Abigail /Babcock/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1825] Al Shute, Recipient_1: Brian Bonner Mavrogeorge. Al Shute email, 27 Feb 1999, Subject: Response on Shute. N.p.: ashute@@olg.com, 27 Feb 1999.
  • [S1829] Unknown author. On a farm near. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1830] Unknown author. Sarah /Coleman/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1831] Ancestry.com. New York, State Census, 1925. N.p.: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.
  • [S1832] Unknown author. Sarah E. /Rhodes/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1833] Unknown author. Julia A. /Clarke/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1834] Unknown author. Cor of Mulberry and Van Buren. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1836] Unknown author. Harriet A. /Neal/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1837] Unknown author. Mary Louise /Brewster/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1839] Unknown author. Y. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1842] Unknown author. Randall /Williams/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1843] Jane Venes. Venes email 9 May 2003, Recipient: Brian Mavrogeorge, Address: mavrogeorge@@genealogysf.com, Author E-mail: janevenes@@earthlink.net. N.p.: 9 May 2003.
  • [S1844] Unknown author. He lived to 94 years of age in anr around Decorah, Iowa.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1847] Unknown author. 83 Washington St.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1848] Unknown author. Lincoln St.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1849] Unknown author. Clarissa Maria /Arnold/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1850] Unknown author. Marian Eliza /Markham/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1852] Unknown author. Algenia Elivia /Barber/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1853] Ancestry.com, Compiler: Pat (njpatrn@@aol.com). Millard/Miller of Rehoboth, Location: Ancestry World Tree Project, Url: www.ancestry.com. N.p.: 11 Mar 20002.
  • [S1855] Unknown author. Mercelia /Edgbert/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1856] Unknown author. Y. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1857] Unknown author. Eva /Kenner/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1858] Unknown author. Y. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1859] Unknown author. By Nodiah Olcott, of Erie, NY.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1860] Unknown author. At his funeral the Rev. Mr. Morley stated, 'the life of our beloved friend was centered around three things, his home, his family, and his church'.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1861] Unknown author. With her father.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1862] Unknown author. Josephine /Steere/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1864] Unknown author. Y. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1865] Unknown author. Elizabeth Packer /Stanton/ Type: Event. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1866] Unknown author. A tombstone identical the the one at Arlington was placed in Corning's Hope Cemetery.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1867] Unknown author. He was an outstanding student.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1868] Unknown author. 4th U.S. ArtillerySecond Lieutenant. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1869] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1871] Unknown author. Heat condition and emphysemaA prayer service was conducted by Dr. Stuart at the Berry home, where Lucien lay casketed in his full dress uniform. After which the body was shipped to Washington, DC for the funeral and burial.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1872] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1873] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1874] Unknown author. He was on sick leave.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1875] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1876] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1877] Unknown author. He had been reassigned to the 4th U.S. Artillery. His actual station, however, was as an instructor of Natural and Experimental Philosophy at West Point, from 1892 to 1896. It is said that while there he solved a previously unsolved mathematics problem.. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1878] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1879] Unknown author. During these years, as the large family moved form post to post, taking with them one or more servants (including a black nursemaid the children called 'Mammy') and a pet or two (including a dog named 'Shep'), they often returned to Corning, NY to see thei. N.p.: n.pub.
  • [S1880] Unknown author. Type: Milit-Beg. N.p.: n.pub.