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Sanford Durfee (1800 - 1880)

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Mary Cozzens (1798 - 1844)

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Eliza W. Cozzens (c.1800 - d.)

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Charles Wheaton Cozzens (1794 - 1852)

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Eliza Hatton Martin (1809 - 1853)

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Charlotte Whitaker (c.1789 - 1829)

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Brown C. Cozzens (1794 - 1875)

In Mississippi, Brown Cozzens apparently was the owner of a large sawmill complex in Natchez. There are records of insurance policies he held on the lives of six slaves who were employed at the mill, a...

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Margaret Bretton (1787 - 1863)

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John Jr Cozzens (1788 - 1859)

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Ruth Cottrell (1758 - 1821)

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? Cozzens (1764 - 1764)

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Mary Sophia Cozzens (1803 - 1866)

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Crawford Titus (1789 - 1833)

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Ann Wheaton Cozzens (1789 - 1868)

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Pamela Cozzens (1790 - 1858)

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Anne Cozzens (1759 - 1846)

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Mary Cozzens (b. - 1831)

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Ann Cozzens (1749 - 1749)

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Joseph Cozzens (1748 - 1748)

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Benjamin W. Cozzens (1791 - 1866)

Benjamin (1791) was the owner of the Crompton Cotton Mills of Providence in the 1840’s, but at some point, perhaps at the urging of his grandfather, and/or Father in Law, Benjamin left manufactu...

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Henry Arthur Cozzens (1843 - d.)

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Silas Marvin Cozzens (1841 - 1862)

Member of the 24th N. Y. Vol. Infty. Fell mortally wounded at the second battle of Bull Run ; d. in Sept., 1862

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John Sill Cozzens (1846 - 1863)

Corporal in 21st N. Y. Battery; captured by the enemy in Mississippi, and d. in Andersonville prison June 29, 1863

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Henry Hovey Cozzens (1819 - 1864)

H. H. Cozzens was educated at Hamilton Col- lege, was a lawyer by profession and practiced mostly in Oswego. He raised a battery of artillery for the Civil War and was its first lieutenant. Owing to il...

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Levi Cozzens (1787 - 1873)

At some point they moved to Utica, N. Y. where they raised a large family

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Elizabeth Cozzens (1785 - 1885)

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Ann Cozzens (1762 - d.)

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Charles Cozzens (1761 - d.)

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Elizabeth Cozzens (1758 - 1760)

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John R. Cozzens (1756 - 1822)

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Benjamin Cozzens, Jr. (1754 - 1754)

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William Cozzens (1753 - 1801)

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Joseph Cozzens (1752 - 1752)

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Margaret Cozzens (1752 - 1757)

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John Cozzens (1747 - 1747)

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John Cozzens (c.1756 - d.)

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Eliza Tew Goffe (1809 - 1884)

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George Cozzens (c.1810 - d.)

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Ann Cozzens (1782 - 1815)

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Matthew Cozzens (1784 - 1870)

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Robert Cozzens (1809 - 1856)

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Peter Godfrey Cozzens (1805 - 1805)

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Eleonor Feake Cozzens (1802 - 1883)

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Susan Codman Cozzens (1800 - 1863)

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Leonard Cozzens (c.1798 - c.1798)

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Christopher Godfrey Cozzens (1795 - 1799)

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Charles Feake Cozzens (1790 - 1791)

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William Brown Cozzens (1787 - 1864)

As a young man, William Brown Cozzens was introduced by his older brother Issachar to Abraham Martling who was the keeper of Martlingʼs Tavern, the inn on lower Broadway in New York where the Ta...

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Mary Brant (1784 - 1822)

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Frederick Smith Cozzens (1786 - 1862)

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Peter Daniel Cozzens (1782 - 1800)

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Issachar Cozzens Jr. (1780 - 1865)

Served in War of 1812 Leading Member of Tammany Hall - Treasurer at one point Author of: THE LYCEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. This institution was established in 1818, for the purpose of cultivating and

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Deborah Cozzens (1779 - 1804)

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Mary Daniels (1753 - 1798)

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Issachar Pollock Cozzens, Sr. (1754 - 1840)

Issachar Cozzens was born on August 24, 1754 at Providence, RI. He was originally a farmer and a grocer. He began military service in the Revolutionary War in 1775 at Rhode Island, where he fought in t...

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Issachar Pollock (deceased)

Possible family: Federal City, as Washington himself called the District of Columbia, was created in a great political compromise in 1790. The first recorded Jewish resident of the city was Isaac Pol...

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Henry P Cozzens (1771 - 1818)

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Mary Cozzens (1775 - 1821)

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Elizabeth Tillinghast (1730 - 1805)

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Matthew Cozzens (1726 - 1780)

“Our son Matthew was born April ye 4th , 1726” A second son to be named Matthew was born to Leonard and Margaret. He was to become a mariner, perhaps the most notorious of all the seame...

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Elizabeth Cozzens (1761 - 1782)

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Mary Cozzens (1760 - 1782)

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Matthew Knapp Cozzens (1844 - c.1897)

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Mary M. Cozzens (deceased)

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John Cozzens (deceased)

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Isabella Cozzens (deceased)

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Matthew Cozzens (1760 - 1810)

Born in London, England, Nov. 23, 1760; died in New York City, Sept. 17, 1810, served in the 4th Co., 3d Regt. New York Continental Line, from Feb. 25, 1779, to the end of the war.

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Sarah Casey (1729 - 1795)

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William Cozzens (1728 - 1764)

“Our two sons, William and Charles, were born January ye 16th, 1728”

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Sarah Cozzens (c.1729 - 1781)

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Charles Cozzens (1728 - 1779)

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Margaret Cozzens (1760 - 1828)

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Mary Cozzens (1744 - d.)

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Gregory Cozzens (1730 - 1818)

“Our Gregory was born in ye year 1730 june ye 5th” Gregory was to follow in the footsteps of several of his brothers, and what was surely the primary occupation of the young men of the ...

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Elizabeth Cozzens (1761 - 1782)

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Lucy Cozzens (1805 - 1825)

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Sarah (1760 - d.)

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Mary Cozzens (1750 - 1782)

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Mary Cozzens (1731 - 1764)

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Andrew Cozzens (1731 - 1766)

“Our son Andrew was born Oct. 16, 1731” Although I have nothing to confirm this, I assume that Andrew became a sailor as well. He married in 1759 at the age of 28, which leads me to bel...

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James Robertson Tyler (1844 - 1922)

James was a Civil War Veteran of the 93rd, NYVI [New York Volunteer Infantry]. James and Kate lived in North Granville, N.Y. adjacent to the cemetery where they are buried. When the cemetery needed add...

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Catherine Cozzens (1852 - 1887)

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Harriet King Cozzens (deceased)

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Juliette Cozzens (deceased)

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William Leonard Cozzens (1824 - d.)

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Nancy Maria Cozzens (c.1814 - 1897)

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Lewis S. Cozzens (1812 - 1870)

Lewis was a Director of the Washington County Poorhouse, Town of Argyle, N.Y. in the 1850’s. He also farmed in the Town of Granville. In the 1860’s he was a miller in the Town of Whitehall.

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Martha Cozzens (deceased)

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Earle M. Cozzens (1808 - 1875)

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Clarissa Mowry Cozzens (1810 - 1886)

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Peter Cozzens Doyle (1842 - 1901)

became Brigadier-General Doyle, and was honored at his death by the N. Y. State Assembly which ordered the flags at all armories “to fly at half staff until retreat of the day of the funeral...

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Elizabeth Tafft (1792 - 1865)

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William Feke Cozzens (1788 - 1852)

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Anna Mowry (1759 - 1841)

She was a member of an old distinguished family descended from Roger Mowry, who had emigrated from England to Boston in 1631, but had settled in Smithfield, (part of Providence,) Rhode Island. Roger, w...

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William J Cozzens (1754 - 1788)

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William Cozzens (1779 - d.)

William who became the Captain, was the only son of Benjamin and his first wife, Hannah Peckham. Perhaps Benjamin and Hannah had other children but I find no records confirming this. There were no chil...

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Phoebe Cozzens (1723 - 1793)

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Margaret Taylor (1689 - 1751)

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Elizabeth Spooner (1779 - 1855)

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Charles Wheaton Cozzens (1779 - 1852)

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