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Walton Hale

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Pennsylvania, United States
Death: Died in Wyoming, New York, United States
Place of Burial: Little Valley, Cattaraugus, New York, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of <private> Hale
Husband of Jennette Hale
Father of David A. Hale; Pazellar/Pagellan "Priscilla" Drew; Elizabeth Hale; Ira Hale; Emily Joanna Hale and 7 others
Brother of <private> Hale

Managed by: Pamela Bigelow Johnson
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About Walton Hale

Walton Hale is listed in the 1850 New York census living in Mansfield, Cattaraugus,N.Y. with Janette. Walton stated he was born in Pennsylvania, his father in New York. The his wife was born and lived at Dansville, New York. The closest Hale family to Dansville, that lived in PA would have been Isaac Hale's family, at Harmony Township, Susquehanna County, PA. Two Hale men, Isaac and Reuben were living there at the time of James' birth in 1808. Upon his birth, Walton stated his father moved back to New York from Pennsylvania. Reuben Hale Jr. (April 24, 1760-April 9, 1828) was a soldier in the revolution (as was his father) and had two wives and ended up living in Franklin, New York, within miles of where Walton is buried at Little Valley, New York.

Census shows Walton and Janette living in Steuben County New York until 1832-33, when they decamped and moved to Cattaraugus County, New York.

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Genealogy of the Hale Family. 149

Children of William Hale*^ and Molly' Morse Hale :

1 Benaiah Young', b. 9 Aug., 1785; m. Sarah H. Hustex.

2 Amos', b. 3 June, 1787; m. , had d. Hannah, d. at Enfield.

3 John, b. 7 June, 1789; resided in Ithaca, N. Y., "an extensive

farmer. "

4 Lois Ayer', b. 30 Aug., 1791; m. 1st, H. G. Axlen; 2d, Thomas

Maesh; resided in Andover. 6 Mary', b. 6 Nov., 1793.

6 WilUam', b. 13 Jan., 1796; m. Lois Pettingill; resided in Pitts-

burgh, Pa., booliseller.

7 Moses', b. 1800; m. Sally Eaton.

5 Aaron B.', b. 4 Jan., 1803; m. 1st, Nancy Jef^ees; 2d, Sarah

Thompson. 9 Lucinda', b. 1805; m. Matthew Bryant, Esq., of Enfield.

10 Rhoda', b. 1807; m. Cukrier; resided in Grafton, N. H.

11 Leonard', b. 1810; m. at Haverhill resided in Richmond, Vt.

https://archive.org/stream/genealogyofdesce00hale/genealogyofdesce00hale_djvu.txt

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(V) Moses (2), son of Moses (1) Hale, was born about 1760. He removed from Rutland, Vermont, to St. Lawrence county, N.Y., about 1830, with seven adult sons, and all except Asa H. lived in the towns of Stockholm and Norfolk. He died at Stockholm, N.Y.

Children:
William, Moses, Aaron, Alvin, Luther, Emma, Nancy, Asa Hilan, who is mentioned below. 
(VI) Asa Hilan, son of Moses (2) Hale, was born in 1814 at Rutland, Vermont, died at Norwood, N.Y. 1898. He had a common school education in his native town. He learned the trade of shoemaker in Vermont. He came from Vermont to Stockholm, N.Y., whence he went to Batavia and Rochester, N.Y. Later he went to Ogdensburg, N.Y. for a short time, locating finally in Norwood. He worked at his trade in all these towns. 
He married in western New York, 1839, Sarah, born 1817, died 1893, daughter of Rev. Chever and Mary (Hale) Felch, granddaughter of Asa Hale, of Rutland, great-granddaughter of Moses Hale, mentioned above. Nathan Felch, father of Rev. Chever Felch, was a solider in the revolution on the Lexington alarm, and later in the Massachusetts Line in Westchester county, New York. Dorcas (Mead) Hale, mother of mary (Hale) Felch, was daughter of Colonel James Mead of Rutland, who commanded a regiment of Vermont troops during the revolutionary war. From this family Charles Mead Hale is named.
Children of Asa H. Hale:
1. Mary, lives in Brooklyn, N.Y.
2. Edward W., employed in the sub-treasury in New York City; married Minna Field; children: Frank S., Alice L., Ella C. and William Asa.
3. Frances H., lives in Brooklyn, N.Y.; widow of David Z. Brockett.
4. Agnes L., graduate of Potsdam Normal school, teacher of higher mathetmatics in the Girls' High School of Brooklyn, N.Y.
5. Elizabeth, principal of public school No. 98, Manhattan, N.Y.
6. Charles Mead, mentioned below.

Source: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~hubbard/NNY_index/hale.html ___________________________________________________________________________________

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brother of: Birth: 1797 Tompkins Delaware County New York, USA Death: May 18, 1866 Tompkins Delaware County New York, USA

Cynthia was the daughter of Oliver Hale and Permelia Warren Hale. She was married to Joshia Freeman

 

Burial: Hale Eddy Cemetery Sanford Broome County New York, USA


Created by: Karen Mathison Record added: Aug 10, 2008 Find A Grave Memorial# 28922662 http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Hale&GSiman=1&GScid=588743&GRid=28922662& _____________________________________________________________________________

Hale virtual cemetery: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=vcsr&GSvcid=190617

John K. Hale (1807-), American poliitican, barrister. In 1828 he married a daughter of John Hall, of Portland, ME. He then moved to Addison, and then Hornesville, New York:

Hon. John K. Hale was born in the state of Maine. He first settled in Addison and came to Hornellsville in 1836, where for more than twenty years he was at the head of the Hornellsville bar. In 1856-57 he was a member of the state senate and shortly afterward removed to the west where he died. Thomas J. Reynolds located in Hornellsville in 1819. For a time he practiced in partnership with Hon. John K. Hale and subsequently with Mr. Brundage. During the later years of his life he engaged successfully in lumbering and farming. He died in 1867.

http://genealogytrails.com/ny/steuben/roberts_gazetteer_5.htm

John K. Hale and Thomas J. Reynolds great grandsons enlisted in the 154th Infantry at the same time and place and both died at Jamestown in camp. ____________________________________________________________________________

Walton or Walter Hale is found living in Little Valley, Cattaraugus, New York in 1865. http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nycattar/1865indx/littlevalley1865.htm

Walton is found still living in Little Valley, Cattaraugus, New York in 1880 census with Janette. http://www.familytreenow.com/record/lKjvOVjm-i4-GKatP5aZYw

Other Hales in Little Valley at this time:

Corporals: Hale, .James, Co. H, 1.51th Inf.; enl. Aug.. 1802. ( Father, Uncle ?)

https://archive.org/stream/historicalgazett00adam/historicalgazett00adam_djvu.txt

Found in 1880 Federal Census with Family, Little Valley, Cattaraugus Co., New York 1880

http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/1880Census/1880TownofLittleValley.html

Last First Age Occupation Born House # Page #

HALE, Keziah E 49 Keeping House NY 227 19

HALE, David 49 Farmer NY 227 19

HALE, DAvid 1m home NY 230 19

HALE, Emma 8 school NY 230 19

HALE, Janette 68 helps with house NY 226 19

HALE, Levi 14 school NY 230 19

HALE, Mary 26 Keeping House NY 230 19

HALE, Nathan D 28 works on farm NY 227 19

HALE, Thomas 35 Farmer NY 230 19


HALE, Thomas 6 school NY 230 19

HALE, Walter 70 Farmer NY 226 19

HALE, William 4 home NY 230 19


HALE, William A 16 grandson NY 226 19

Found in the Little Valley, New York Census 1855:

HALE, DAVID House # 35 Family # 37 Page #182


HALE, WALTON House # 34 Family # 36 Page# 182

Source: http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/1855Census/1855LittleValleyIndex.html

Found in the Little Valley, New York Census of 1865:

Hale, Walton LDS Microfilm # 435 Hale, David LDS Microfilm # 435

1865 TOWN of LITTLE VALLEY INDEX

NEW YORK STATE, CATT. CO.

Contributed & Transcribed by PHGS Member: Mary Jane Warrior http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/1865Census/1865Littlevalleyindex.html

1875 Still living in Little Valley (both Walton and David as per 1875 census).

Will Testators: HALE, ALBERT COLDSPRING NY-5-13-349 HALE, ESTHER M. OLEAN NY-5-12-343 HALE, NATHANIEL NAPOLI

Napoli Cemetery: HALE, Edwin died 4-28-1849 - Son of Nathanial & Sylvia Hale HALE, Nathaniel died 7-2-1838 age 80 HALE, Nathaniel S. died 8-2-1841 age 78

http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/SNapoliCem.html

Father Candidates:

1.)(V) Moses (2), son of Moses (1) Hale, was born about 1760. He removed from Rutland, Vermont, to St. Lawrence county, N.Y., about 1830, with seven adult sons, and all except Asa H. lived in the towns of Stockholm and Norfolk. He died at Stockholm, N.Y.

Children:
William, Moses, Aaron, Alvin, Luther, Emma, Nancy, Asa Hilan, who is mentioned below. 

3.Jonathan Hale was born Oct. 12, 1786; died May 12, 1857, at Pierrepont, New York. His school education was limited, and from an early age he was employed in the lumbering business in the Mohawk Valley, rafting timber. When he was twenty years old he came to Canton, N.Y., where he worked on a farm. In 1839 he settled at Pierrepont, where he spent the remainder of his days. He was a well-to-do farmer and a useful citizen. Though he had little schooling he was a student of the Bible and read many books.

He married (first) Madina Farwell; (second) Abigail Waterman (Wood) Hayward, born in Barnard, Vermont, Jan 29, 1799, died March 24, 1877, daughter of Samuel Wood and widow of Charles Hayward, by whom she had one son.
Children of first wife:
1. Esther, married Tyler Brown.
2. John F., married Lydia Brown.
3. Abigail B., married Lewis Richardson, of Nicholville.
4. Elizabeth.
Children of second wife:
5. Mary Ann, born March 15, 1827, died March 16, 1827.
6. Lavinia, June 13, 1828, died Feb. 1, 1835.
7. Jonathan A., ,mentioned below. 

Jacob Pickaed" (Jacob^ Joseph*, SamueP, etc.) m. Tabitha. Their children were :

1 Isaac', b. 10 Aug., 1788.

2 Nathaniel', b. 24 Oct., 1791.

3 Abigail', b. 17 Jan., 1801.

Thomas Pickard* (Samuel') m. 23 May, 1722, Mehitable, d. of John and Mercy (Dickinson) Dresser. She was b. in Eowley 6 July, 1694. ]^o children appear in Eowley records, uor do deaths of either Thomas or Mehitable appear there. Probably removed from Eowley.

Hale family complete original genealogy: http://archive.org/stream/ancestrydescenda00hale/ancestrydescenda00hale_djvu.txt

Husband of Jennett Hollister. Father of Ira Hale, Nathan David Hale, Elizabeth Hale, Pazellar/Pagellen Hale, Lewis Hale, William D. Hale, James R. Hale, Walton/Walter Hale, Emily Hale, Thomas Leo Hale, Lucinda "Lucy" J. Hale, Jennette R. Hale, Estella Hale, http://www.paintedhills.org/CATTARAUGUS/AnnisCem.html

Children of Jennette Hollister and Walter Hale: David, b. 1827 Ira or Asa, b. 1829 Elizabeth, b.1831 unknown, b. 1833 Lewis, 1836 William, b. 1839 James, b. 1841 Emily, b. 1844 Lucy, b.1847 Jennetta, b. 1849 ___________________________________________________________________________

Family Genealogy Hale family of Bradford, Essex, MA:

http://www.famhist.us/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I6166624&tree=allfam ___________________________________________________________________________

David J. Hale, 1835 Census, Hornesville, Steuben, Co., NY John K. Hale, 1835 Census, Hornellsville, Steuben, Co., NY (barrister)

http://www.newhorizonsgenealogicalservices.com/1835-census-ny-steuben-hornellsville.htm

Grandfather candidate:

John K. Hale Possible father

 Hon. John K. Hale was born in the state of Maine. He first settled in Addison and came to Hornellsville in 1836, where for more than twenty years he was at the head of the Hornellsville bar. In 1856-57 he was a member of the state senate and shortly afterward removed to the west where he died.
    Thomas J. Reynolds located in Hornellsville in 1819. For a time he practiced in partnership with Hon. John K. Hale and subsequently with Mr. Brundage. During the later years of his life he engaged successfully in lumbering and farming. He died in 1867.

http://genealogytrails.com/ny/steuben/roberts_gazetteer_5.htm

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Jasper, Steuben Co. New York, Census 1892 William Hale born 1832 Permelia Hale born 1837 Maude Hale 7 years old Ralph Hale 29 years old Carrie Hale 23 Gertie Hale 2

http://genealogytrails.com/ny/steuben/census_1892_Jasper_d1_p1.html

  • ***Found Benning Hale, Java, New York
     Found Burt Plugh, Java New York

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=77852202&ref=wvr

http://archive.org/stream/gazetteerbiograp00beer/gazetteerbiograp00beer_djvu.txt

http://www.ournorthernroots.com/getperson.php?personID=I25105&tree=family001

Walton Appears in

Collection Title Matches Census - US Federal 1860 2 City Directories - New York 1

Possible brother or cousin from Steuben. Ebenezer Hale. Possible Sister: Fanny Hale Possible sister: Cynthia Hale born 1799 Canandaigua, New York,

Possible fathers Daniel hale Polly Bartlett Hale

Source: http://raims.com/jury.html

Ebenezer:brother? Source: http://ontario.nygenweb.net/ontariorepublicantimesmarriagedeath.htm

Birth: Jan. 8, 1787 Death: Mar. 4, 1871


Burial: Pioneer Cemetery Canandaigua Ontario County New York, USA


Created by: Butterfly~Kisses Record added: Apr 16, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 68454597

Diocese of New York Catholic

Address: Main St. Canandaigua , New York

Hannah Hale b. 1794 http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~havens5/p1391.htm

Notes for EBENEZER HALE: 1850 Census Canandaigua, Ontario County, New York:  Ebenezer Hale, age 63, male, occupation farmer, born in New Hampshire.  Mary _____?, age 60, female, born in Massachusetts. 

1860 Census Canandaigua, Ontario County, New York:  Ebenezer Hale, age 73, male, occupation gentleman farmer, born in New Hampshire.  Mary _____?, age 70, female, born in Massachusetts. 

Individual Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19  Ebenezer HALE (AFN: 1BXZ-304) Pedigree  Sex: M Family  Event(s):  Birth: Abt. 1786  Marriage(s):  Spouse: Mary HAYDEN (AFN: 1BXZ-31B) Family  Marriage: 20 Aug 1814 

Notes for EBENEZER HALE: 1850 Census Canandaigua, Ontario County, New York: Ebenezer Hale, age 63, male, occupation farmer, born in New Hampshire. Mary _____?, age 60, female, born in Massachusetts.

1860 Census Canandaigua, Ontario County, New York: Ebenezer Hale, age 73, male, occupation gentleman farmer, born in New Hampshire. Mary _____?, age 70, female, born in Massachusetts.

Individual Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19 Ebenezer HALE (AFN: 1BXZ-304) Pedigree Sex: M Family Event(s): Birth: Abt. 1786 Marriage(s): Spouse: Mary HAYDEN (AFN: 1BXZ-31B) Family

Marriage: 20 Aug 1814 MARY HAYDEN, b. 18 Jul 1790, Conway, Franklin Co, MA; d. Bet. 1861 - 1870, Canandaigua, Ontario Co, NY; m. EBENEZER HALE, 20 Aug 1814, Canandaigua, Ontario Co, NY; b. 1787, New Hampshire; d. Bet. 1861 - 1870, Canandaigua, Ontario Co, NY.

	Notes for MARY HAYDEN:

1850 Census Canandaigua, Ontario County, New York: Ebenezer Hale, age 63, male, occupation farmer, born in New Hampshire. Mary _____?, age 60, female, born in Massachusetts.

1860 Census Canandaigua, Ontario County, New York: Ebenezer Hale, age 73, male, occupation gentleman farmer, born in New Hampshire. Mary _____?, age 70, female, born in Massachusetts.

Individual Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19 Mary HAYDEN (AFN: 1BXZ-31B) Pedigree Sex: F Family Event(s): Birth: 18 Jul 1790 <Conway, Franklin, Ma> Parents: Father: Moses HAYDEN (AFN: 152C-G85) Family Mother: Triphena FRENCH (AFN: 1BXZ-2MV) Marriage(s): Spouse: Ebenezer HALE (AFN: 1BXZ-304) Family Marriage: 20 Aug 1814

Source:

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/a/r/Lawrence-Carroll/GENE16-0117.html

New York Marriages: https://www.nysoclib.org/collection/nyc-marriage-death-notices-1857-1868

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Walton Hale's Timeline

1808
1808
Pennsylvania, United States
1827
1827
Age 19
New York, Cattaraugus, New York, United States
1829
1829
Age 21
Little Valley, Cattaraugus County, New York, United States
1831
1831
Age 23
Cattaraugus County, New York, United States
1833
January 28, 1833
Age 25
Cattaraugus, New York, United States
1836
1836
Age 28
Little Valley, Cattaraugus County, New York, United States
1844
1844
Age 36
Little Valley, Cattaraugus County, New York, United States
1847
1847
Age 39
Little Valley, Cattaraugus County, New York, United States
1850
1850
Age 42
Little Valley, Cattaraugus County, New York, United States
1888
April 2, 1888
Age 80
Wyoming, New York, United States