Ulysses Freeman Doubleday
|Birthplace:||Lebonon, New London Co., Connecticut, United States|
|Death:||Died in Bloomington, Illinois, United States|
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Ulysses F. Doubleday _______ 1831-33-'35- 37, four years
Cayuga County has been represented in the Electoral college as follows : 1812 Jotham Jayne ; 1816, Richard Townley; 1824, Eleazer Burnham; 1828, Asaph Stowe; 1832, Seth Thomas; Elector-at-large, same year Nathaniel Garrow ; 1836, Peleg Slade; 1840, Albert Crane; 1844, Daniel Hibbard; 1848, Stephen Fancher; 1852, William C. Beardsley; 1856, Eleazer Burnham; 1860, William Van Marter ; 1864, John E. Seeley; 1868, James McLean; 1872, John H. Camp; 1876, George W. Knowles.
REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS.
The following have been the representatives from Cayuga County in the Congress of the United States at the times and for the periods named
The History of Cayuga County 1789-1879 page 75
Cayuga County Agricultural Society
On the 20th of October ensuing, the first Fair and Cattle Show in Cayuga County, was held at Auburn. The animals were exhibited in a field on the farm of William Bostwick, south of Court House, and the other articles in one of the stores of the village. The fair was held for two days and was an occasion of great interest, being largely attended. The church bells were rung for a half hour in the morning of each day, an expression of the jubilant satisfaction of the people of the village at the presence of their rural friends. The exhibition was closed by a long and formal procession from the Court House to the Presbyterian church. Here prayers were offered, hymns sung and an address delivered by David Thomas, full of sound practical thoughts. Twenty-five prizes were awarded, consisting of silver cups and teaspoons, of the aggregate value of two hundred and thirty-one dollars. One of these cups then awarded is still in the possession of H. H. Bostwick, Esq., of Auburn.
These fairs were annually held for many years, and were a decided benefit to the farmers of the County. But the burden of maintaining them fell upon a few who became weary of bearing it and, after about fifteen years, the enterprise was abandoned.
Another society was organized on the 22d day of July, 1841, of which Humphrey Howland was the first president, and the following gentlemen were the Vice-Presidents: John M. Sherwood, of Auburn; Loring Willard, of Aurelius; Isaac Bell, of Brutus; Luke Hollister, Cato; Levi Colvin, Conquest; David O. Durkee, Ira; William F. Tompkins, Fleming; Mathias Hutchinson, Genoa; Wing Tabor, Moravia; Samuel Bell, Mentz; Isaac Sisson, Locke; John I. Brinkerhoff, Owasco; Jonathan Richmond, Ledyard; Mr. Fuller, Sempronius; John W. McFadden, Sterling; E. A. Howland, Venice; Mathias Vanderheyden, Victory; John Sittser, Sennett; U. F. Doubleday, Scipio; Luther Fuller, Niles; Henry Crane, Springport; and Martin Barber, Summer Hill.
Among the earliest members, of a church in Auburn, Cayuga Co, New York, are listed, Seth Burgess and wife, Mrs. Hannah Wadsworth, Mrs. Cyria White, Mrs. Thankful Lewis, Mrs. Urania Catlin, Myron Strong, U. F. Doubleday, Peter Doty, Mrs. Susannah Culver, Jonathan and Martha Hawes,
The Cayuga Patriot was started at Auburn by Samuel R. Brown in 1814. Isaac S. Allen, Ulysses F. Doubleday, and others, were afterward interested in its publication. In June, 1847, it was united with the Tocsin, the joint papers taking the name of The Cayuga New Era. It was successively published by Merrill, Stone & Co., Stone, Hawes & Co., Finn & Hallett, and William L. Finn, and was discontinued in 1857.
CAYUGA PATRIOT GLEANINGS, CAYUGA, NEW YORK
Copyright (c) 2001 by Mary Gilmore (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This index is entitled "Cayuga Patriot Gleanings," from a book of abstracts from the "Cayuga Patriot," Auburn, N.Y., a weekly newspaper from dates January 8, 1840 to March 3, 1847, scattered issues. The holdings are in bound vols in the Seymour Library, History Room, Auburn, N.Y. and it was abstracted mainly according to items of Genealogical interest in the Cayuga Co. & Auburn, N.Y. area. However it does contain items of world note at times. As you will see there are cross-references according to names & other items of historical interest. This newspaper was published at different times by Ulysses F. DOUBLEDAY (the father of Abner Doubleday) in Auburn, he owned it from 1819 to 1827, then bought back in, after coming back following his serving as a Congressman, (among other pursuits) in 1843, selling in 1846 to move westward, he died in Bloomington, Illinois, 11 March 1866 and is buried there.
DOUBLEDAY, Amanda, age 50 D: July 29, 1846
DOUBLEDAY, Amos, age 23 D: 18 Aug. 1845 September 3, 1845
DOUBLEDAY, E. & U.F.DOUBLEDAY, Ad. Importers in N.Y.C. January 20, 1847
DOUBLEDAY, Jane Ann, dau of U.F. DOUBLEDAY D: 12 June 1843 June 14, 1843
DOUBLEDAY, Miss Amanda & Rev. H.J. EDDY M: 14 Aug. 1842 August 17. 1842
DOUBLEDAY, Mr. J.W. & Miss Amelia PRATT M: 11 Sept. 1845 September 17, 1845
DOUBLEDAY, Thomas D. & Mary A. WARD M: 16 Dec. 1841 December 29, 1841
DOUBLEDAY, U.F. & E. DOUBLEDAY, Ad. Importers in N.Y.C January 20, 1847
DOUBLEDAY, U.F. , announces sale of Cayuga Patriot November 4, 1846
DOUBLEDAY, U.F. bought back into Cayuga Patriot May 24, 1843
DOUBLEDAY, U.F., chr. Agricultural Soc. Of Cay. Co. July 28, 1841
DOUBLEDAY, U.F., father of Miss Amanda DOUBLEDAY August 17. 1842
DOUBLEDAY, U.F., formerly owned Terry bookstore July 29, 1840
DOUBLEDAY, U.F., has purchased Cayuga Patriot newspaper July 16, 1845
DOUBLEDAY, U.F., intends to move from Auburn November 4, 1846
DOUBLEDAY, U.F., Prison Keeper July 5, 1843
Ulysses Freeman Doubleday's Timeline
December 15, 1792
Lebonon, New London Co., Connecticut, United States
October 10, 1814
Newburgh, NY, United States
June 26, 1819
Ballston Spa, New York, United States
March 10, 1859
Bloomington, Illinois, United States