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 New York Biographical Sketches

SEYMOUR PERKINS
Seymour Perkins b. ca. 1798 CT.  Son of (David & Nancy (Todd) Perkins).  His wife CYNTHIA (PERKINS). They were listed on the 1830 New York Census at Laurens, Otsego, Co., NY.

*More research is needed*


*Seymour Perkins was the brother of Harvey Perkins (PA), Willis Perkins (CT), Emily Perkins m. David Lonsberry (CT), Alvin Perkins (CT) and David A. Perkins (CT).

Source: Name of his parents, brothers & sisters: Commemorative biographical record of northeastern Pennsylvania, including the counties of Susquehanna, Wayne, Pike and Monroe, etc.. (1900)

 

BENJAMIN D. PERKINS
Benjamin Douglas Perkins b. 1775 Plainfield, CT d. 1810 Bloomingdale, N.Y.  Son of (Elisha & Sarah (Douglas) Perkins). His wife MARY (MURRAY) b. ? d. 1828 NY. He was a book seller of Collins and Perkins.

Their known children were:

1.Benjamin Douglas Perkins Jr. b. 1807 Flushing, L. I. 
2.Caroline Perkins b.1809 L. I d.1826 Flushing, L. I.

Source: History of Cherokee County Kansas and its representative citizens, ed. & comp. by Nathaniel Thompson Allison, 1904
Source: A collection of family records: with biographical sketches, and other ... edited by Charles Henry James Douglas.
Source; Death of Benjamin D. Perkins - Obituary - Washingtonian - Windsor, VT - 11.5.1810
Source: Death of Caroline Perkins - Obituary -
November 4, 1826 - Paper: Evening Post -New York, NY
Source: Death of Mary (Murray) Perkins - Obit - April 28, 1829 -
Paper: Commercial Advertiser (New York, NY)

 

BENJAMIN D. PERKINS Jr.
Benjamin Douglas Perkins Jr. b. 1807 L. I.  - d. 1831 NY. Son of (Benjamin & Mary (Murray) Perkins). His wife MARY (SHOTWELL). They were listed on the 1830 New York Census at Flushing, Queens Co., NY.

Their known children were:

1.L. Murry Perkins b. 1829 Flushing, Long Island m. Caroline Campbell, Elizabeth R. Enders   *Removed to Baxter Springs, KS
2.Benjamin Douglas Perkins III b. 1832 d. 1888

Source: History of Cherokee County Kansas and its representative citizens, ed. & comp. by Nathaniel Thompson Allison, 1904

 

PAUL PERKINS, Dr.
Dr. Paul Perkins b. R.I.. (Possible) 1st wife LYDIA (HULL). She was listed on the 1810 Census as head of household at Berlin, Rensselaer Co., NY , his 2nd wife m. (ca.1824) HARTY "HARRIET" (BOON). They were listed on the 1830 New York Census at Berlin, Rensselaer Co., NY. In 1840 they were listed at Granby, Oswego Co., NY and in 1850 at Andover, Allegany Co., NY. This couple is buried at Wellsville, NY.

(Possible) child w/1st wife were:

1. Sally Perkins b. 1801 West Greenwich, R.I. d. 1886 Andover, Allegany Co., NY  m. (1823) Berlin, NY Russell Grant   *Removed to Preston, CT then Chemung Co., NY

His known child w/2nd wife were:

2. R. Dewey Perkins b. ca. 1825/1829 Berlin, NY d. 4.2.1898 Scio, NY m. (1853) Andover, Allegany Co., NY  Miranda Grant
 

*Need birth year of Dr. Paul Perkins to be able to tell if he could have fathered a child b. 1801*

Source: Marriage - Sally Perkins m. Russell Grant, daughter of Paul & Lydia (Hull) Perkins:  The Grant family : a genealogical history of the descendants of Matthew Grant, of Windsor, Conn.1601-1898 by: Arthur H. Grant
Source: Marriage - R. Dewey Perkins : The Grant family : a genealogical history of the descendants of Matthew Grant, of Windsor, Conn.1601-1898 by: Arthur H. Grant
Source: Marriage - Paul Perkins to Harty Boon : Marriages Performed by Elder William Satterlee, Elder of the Seventh-Day Baptist Church of Little Hoosac, New York

 

BISHOP PERKINS
Bishop Perkins b. 1787 d. 1866 NY. Son of (Ephraim(5) & Mary (Chaplin) Perkins).  His wife MARY (GRANT). They were listed on the 1830 New York Census at Ostwegatchie, St. Lawrence Co., NY.

Their known child:

1. Margaret Grant Perkins b. 1821 d.1906 NY

*Brother of John Erastus Perkins , Matthew Perkins, Ephraim Perkins

 

 

EBENEZER PERKINS
Ebenezer Perkins b. ca.1803 VT (poss. Grafton, Windham Co., VT*) d.1870 NY. His wife JANE (GILES). They were listed on the 1830 New York Census at De Kalb, St. Lawrence Co., NY.

Their known children were:

1.Orris Lyman Perkins b.1828 NY m. Susan Storrs         
 *Removed to Jay, Essex Co., NY
2.[Female] Perkins b.1830 NY
3.William Perkins b.1836
3.Noble (Noah) Aaron Perkins b.1847 NY d.1918 NY
4.Harriet Perkins b.1849 NY

*Children 6 thru 17 known children. Unfortunately all of their names are unknown at this time*
* Possible father ? Charles W. Perkins known to have lived at Grafton, VT ?*

Source: Janet Hall
Source: Wife of Orris L. Perkins : History of Essex Co., NY by. Henry P. Smith (1885)

 

ERASTUS G. PERKINS
Erastus G. Perkins b. ?. His wife AMANDA (Unknown). They were listed on the 1830 Census at Bridgewater, Oneida Co., NY.

Their known children were:

1. Erastus W. Perkins b. 3.4.1825 Utica, NY d. 5.26.1838 *Drowned in the Mohawk River @ Utica, NY
2. Charles E. Perkins b. ? 1829 NY d. 11.5.1843 Elkhorn, Walworth Co., WI

Source: Fairview Cemetery Records - Bridgewater, Oneida Co., NY

 

IRA PERKINS
IRA PERKINS b.1895 Rensselaer Co., NY. His wife HANNAH (Unknown). They should have been listed on the 1830 Rensselaer Co., NY Census as both their sons listed on the 1855 Brunswick, Rensselaer Co., NY census state they were born in this county during this time period.

Their known children were:

1.Nathaniel Perkins b.1827 Rensselaer Co., NY m. Mary (Unknown)
2.John Perkins b.1835 Rensselaer Co., NY
3.Rachael Perkins b.1836 Albany Co., NY

Source: 1855 Brunswick, Rensselaer Co., Census states his son Nathaniel Perkins was born in Rensselaer Co., NY in 1827 as well as his son John Perkins b.1835

 

*Note* Some of all of this Information may not be correct. It will be up to you, the researcher to show proof before passing any of this information on.

 

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