John Burnham1

M, ID# 4651
  • Note*: He was from St. Georges Hundred, Delaware.
  • Last Edited: 24 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 55. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Thomas Naudain1

M, ID# 4652
  • Last Edited: 24 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 55. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

James Schee Naudain M.D.1

M, ID# 4653, b. 24 September 1811, d. 23 May 1844
  • Note*: He attended the U.S. Military Academy and then studied medicine in Baltimore and Philadelphia. He practiced medicine in Middletown, Delaware. After his wife's death he lived in Wilmington until his death the next year.
  • Last Edited: 3 Apr 2010

Family: Ann Elizabeth Blackston b. 1812, d. 20 Apr 1843

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 53, 55, 75-76. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred (Odessa, Del.: n.pub., 1989), p. 201 (naming Arnold Naudain, M.D. as his father). Photocopies of selected pages of this book are held by Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex.
  3. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329 (naming Dr. Arnold Naudain as his father).
  4. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 201 (naming Mary Schee as his mother).
  5. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (naming Mary Schee as his mother).
  6. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 280 (stating that he died on 23 May 1844, "33rd year of age"), 299 (giving only the year), 326 (giving only the year).
  7. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (giving the date but not the place).
  8. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 200 (not giving the date), 201 (giving her name as Ann Elizabeth _____ and not giving the date), 280 (giving her name as Ann Elizabeth Naudain and not giving the date).
  9. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329.
  10. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 201 (giving only the year), 280, 299 (giving only the year), 326 (giving only the year).
  11. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (James S. Naudain, memorial no. 14449291).
  12. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 280, 299, 326.
  13. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 201, 280 (giving her name as Marie Louise and naming James S. Naudain, M.D. as her father).
  14. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 201, 280 (naming James S. Naudain as his father).
  15. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 93 (naming James S. Naudain as his father), 94 (naming Dr. James Schee Naudain as his father).
  16. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (James B. Naudain, memorial no. 5086675) (naming Dr. James S. Naudain as his father).
  17. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 94 (naming James S. Naudain as her father).
  18. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 95 (naming Dr. James S. Naudain as her father).
  19. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 201 (naming Dr. James S. Naudain as her father).
  20. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 95 (naming James S. Naudain as her father).

James Blackston Naudain1

M, ID# 4654, b. 2 May 1835, d. 8 July 1890
  • Note*: He was a businessman. He and his wife met in California and were married there.17
  • Last Edited: 3 Apr 2010

Family: Hannah Parkinson b. 25 Feb 1844

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 75. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred (Odessa, Del.: n.pub., 1989), pp. 201, 280 (naming James S. Naudain as his father). Photocopies of selected pages of this book are held by Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex.
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 93 (naming James S. Naudain as his father), 94 (naming Dr. James Schee Naudain as his father).
  4. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (James B. Naudain, memorial no. 5086675) (naming Dr. James S. Naudain as his father).
  5. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 200 (naming Mrs. Ann Elizabeth Naudain as his mother), 201 (naming Ann E. Naudain as his mother), 280 (naming Ann E. Naudain as his mother).
  6. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (James B. Naudain, memorial no. 5086675) (naming Anna E. Naudain as his mother).
  7. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 201 (giving only the date and not naming the place), 280 (giving only the date and not naming the place), 299 (giving only the year and not naming the place), 326 (giving only the year and not naming the place).
  8. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 93 (giving the date but not the place).
  9. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (James B. Naudain, memorial no. 5086675) (giving the date but not the place).
  10. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 201 (giving her name as Hannah _____ and not giving the date or place).
  11. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 93 (giving the date but not the place), 94 (stating that they married in California without giving the date).
  12. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (James B. Naudain, memorial no. 5086675) (not giving the date).
  13. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 201, 280, 299 (giving only the year), 326 (giving only the year).
  14. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 93.
  15. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (James B. Naudain, memorial no. 5086675).
  16. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 280, 299, 326.
  17. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 94.
  18. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 201 (naming James B. Naudain as her father).
  19. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 93-94 (naming James Blackston Naudain as her father).
  20. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (James B. Naudain, memorial no. 5086675) (naming Lydia Naudain as his daughter).

Andrew Snow Naudain1

M, ID# 4655, b. 20 February 1813, d. 13 March 1898
  • Note*: He studied law in the office of John M. Clayton but diverted his efforts to managing Mt. Airy Plantation while his father served in the U.S. Senate. Ruth Bennett's "Naudain Family of Delaware" says that the quit farming because that life "proved too strenuous for Mrs. Naudain's health." They moved to Wilmington, and he went into partnership with John Peterson of Smyrna to engage in the leather business in Philadelphia, which lasted for many years. He was an elder in the Presbyterian Church. One source gives 1832 as his and Mary's marriage date. Another source says he died on 8 Mar 1895.11,12
  • Last Edited: 3 Apr 2010

Family: Mary Pennell Corbit b. 29 Oct 1813, d. 3 Jun 1875

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 55, 76. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred (Odessa, Del.: n.pub., 1989), p. 200 (naming Arnold Naudain, M.D. as his father). Photocopies of selected pages of this book are held by Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex.
  3. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329 (naming Dr. Arnold Naudain as his father).
  4. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 200 (naming Mary Schee as his mother).
  5. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (naming Mary Schee as his mother).
  6. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 200 (giving only the year and not naming the place).
  7. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (giving the date but not the place).
  8. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (spelling her middle name as Pennel).
  9. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Mary P. Naudain, memorial no. 15035339) (not giving the date).
  10. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 200 (stating that the grave was not visible in 1989).
  11. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (stating that he died on 8 Mar 1895).
  12. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 76 (providing all information in this note except the 1895 death date).
  13. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 200, 201, 280 (naming Andrew S. Naudain as her father).
  14. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Mary Cornelia Naudain, memorial no. 15035350) (naming Andrew S. Naudain as her father).
  15. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 200 (naming Andrew S. Naudain as her father).
  16. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 96 (naming Andrew S. Naudain as her father).

Mary Pennell Corbit1

F, ID# 4656, b. 29 October 1813, d. 3 June 1875
  • Note*: She was from Odessa, Delaware.
  • Last Edited: 3 Apr 2010

Family: Andrew Snow Naudain b. 20 Feb 1813, d. 13 Mar 1898

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 55. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred (Odessa, Del.: n.pub., 1989), p. 201 (naming Pennell Corbit as her father). Photocopies of selected pages of this book are held by Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex.
  3. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 201 (naming Mary Clark as her mother).
  4. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 201 (giving only the year), 280, 300 (giving only the year), 312 (giving only the year).
  5. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Mary P. Naudain, memorial no. 15035339).
  6. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329 (spelling her middle name as Pennel).
  7. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Mary P. Naudain, memorial no. 15035339) (not giving the date).
  8. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 280, 300, 312.
  9. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 201 (naming Mary P. Corbit as her mother), 280 (naming Mary P. Naudain as her mother).
  10. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Mary Cornelia Naudain, memorial no. 15035350) (naming Mary P. Naudain as her mother).
  11. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 200 (naming Mary P. Corbit as her mother).

Rebecca Ann Naudain

F, ID# 4657, b. 22 February 1815, d. 14 November 1883
  • Note*: • Most of her children lived in the Chicago area.
    • In one place in a family history, her middle name is spelled Amo, but it is assumed that that is a typographical mistake. (It is spelled Ann in other places in the book.)16,17

Additional Resources

• Her Find A Grave memorial, which includes a picture of her tombstone, is here.
  • Last Edited: 1 Jan 2017

Family: Hugh Alexander d. b 14 Nov 1883

Citations

  1. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred (Odessa, Del.: n.pub., 1989), p. 200 (naming Arnold Naudain, M.D. as her father). Photocopies of selected pages of this book are held by Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex.
  2. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329 (naming Dr. Arnold Naudain as her father).
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 55 (naming Arnold Naudain as her father). This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  4. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (naming Mary Schee as her mother).
  5. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 55 (naming Mary Schee as her mother).
  6. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 326 (giving only the year).
  7. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329.
  8. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for Rebecca Naudain Alexander, memorial no. 15035362, viewed on 1 Jan 2017.
  9. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 55, 76.
  10. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 326 (giving only the year and not naming the place).
  11. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (giving the date but not the place).
  12. [S1367] The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 29 Sep 1880, p. 4, col. 1 (erroneously placed under "Married" instead of "Died").
  13. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Rebecca Naudain Alexander, memorial no. 15035362, viewed on 1 Jan 2017 (giving the date but not the place).
  14. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 55, 76 (giving the date but not the place).
  15. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 326.
  16. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 76-77 (first bullet).
  17. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 55 (second bullet).
  18. [S945] H. Franklin Andrews, The Hamlin Family: A Genealogy of Capt. Giles Hamlin of Middletown, Connecticut, 1654-1900 (Exira, Iowa: H. F. Andrews, 1900), p. 242 (naming Rebecca Naudain as her mother).
  19. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 76-77 (naming Rebecca Ann Naudain as his mother).
  20. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Eugene Washington Alexander, memorial no. 116085525, viewed on 1 Jan 2017 (naming Rebecca Naudain Alexander as his mother).
  21. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Rebecca Naudain Alexander, memorial no. 15035362, viewed on 1 Jan 2017 (naming Rebecca Naudain Alexander as his mother).

Hugh Alexander1

M, ID# 4658, d. before 14 November 1883
  • Note*: He was from Chicago, Illinois.
  • Last Edited: 1 Jan 2017

Family: Rebecca Ann Naudain b. 22 Feb 1815, d. 14 Nov 1883

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 55, 76-77. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329.
  3. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 55, 76.
  4. [S1367] The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 16 Nov 1883, p. 4, col. 1 (identified as the "late" Hugh Alexander in the death notice for his widow, who died on 16 Nov 1883).
  5. [S945] H. Franklin Andrews, The Hamlin Family: A Genealogy of Capt. Giles Hamlin of Middletown, Connecticut, 1654-1900 (Exira, Iowa: H. F. Andrews, 1900), p. 242 (naming Hugh Alexander as her father).
  6. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 76-77 (naming Hugh Alexander as his father).

Mary Hambly Naudain1

F, ID# 4659, b. 11 October 1817, d. 25 December 1910
  • Obituary*: "IS DEAD AT 93 YEARS
       "Mrs. M. N. Hamilton Was Descendant of Huguenots.
       "TWO CHILDREN SURVIVE HER
       "Was Daughter of Unites States Senator Naudain—Her Family Centuries Old, and Its Members, After Banishment From France, Were Among America’s Earliest Settlers.
       "Mrs. Mary Naudain Hamilton, who was the oldest surviving member of the famous Naudain family in Delaware, and whose ancestors were among the Huguenots banished from France, died yesterday at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Arthur H. Giles, 1853 Mintwood place, at the age of 93 years. Funeral services will be conducted at the residence in Washington at 5 o’clock tomorrow afternoon, and the body will be taken to her old home, Odessa, Del., for interment.
       "Mrs. Hamilton was a daughter of the late United States Senator Naudain, who died many years ago, after having served two terms and a part of the third. He became tired of political life and resigned.
       "After the banishment of the Naudains they came to America. Since the death of Mrs. Hamilton, her daughter, Mrs. E. C. Woodall, of Washington, is the oldest descendant of the French settlers. Less than a quarter of a century after the Naudains came to America, the Hamilton family left Ireland and settled in Delaware.
       "Resident in Capital 15 Years.
       "Dr. W. N. Hamilton was for half a century a leading physician of Odessa and was of prominence in Delaware. He died fifteen years ago. Upon the marriage of her granddaughter to Arthur H. Giles, an examiner in the patent office, Mrs. Hamilton removed to Washington, and had since made her home here. She was stricken blind a few years prior to her death.
       "Mrs. Woodall, her daughter, is a widow. Mrs. Hamilton is also survived by a son, W. N. Hamilton, member of a Baltimore wholesale leather concern.
       "Mrs. Hamilton was a Presbyterian, a woman of culture, and was versed in public affairs."6
  • Note*: One source says they had three children.4
  • Last Edited: 4 Jul 2016

Family: William Newell Hamilton M.D. b. 23 Dec 1814, d. 19 Sep 1894

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 55, 77. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329 (naming Dr. Arnold Naudain as her father).
  3. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (naming Mary Schee as her mother).
  4. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329.
  5. [S1337] The Evening Journal, Wilmington, Del., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 28 Oct 1910, p. 2, col. 1.
  6. [S1353] The Washington Post, Washington, D.C., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 26 Dec 1910, p. 3, col. 5.

William Newell Hamilton M.D.1

M, ID# 4660, b. 23 December 1814, d. 19 September 1894
  • Other Names*: William Hamilton.
  • Scrapbook*: “Dr. William N. Hamilton, who died the other day at Odessa, Del., at the age of 80, had practiced medicine for nearly sixty years. He was once resident surgeon at Fort Delaware, and he afterward served in the First Delaware Infantry and the Fifth Delaware Cavalry. He was also Auditor of the State. He came of a good north of Ireland family, and obtained part of his medical education in London, but received his diploma from Jefferson College, Philadelphia. His wife was a daughter of Dr. Arnold Naudain, once United States Senator from Delaware.”.5,6
  • Note*: He attended school in Dublin and medical school in London and then returned to the United States and earned a diploma from Jefferson College in Philadelphia. He first practiced medicine in New Castle, Delaware and in 1839 moved his practice to Odessa, where he associated with Dr. Waite. In the early 1850's he was resident physician at Fort Delaware and was a sergeant in the First Delaware Regiment and in the Fifth Delaware Cavalry. He was Delaware state auditor, a Republican, and an elder in the Presbyterian Church. From Ruth Bennett's "Naudain Family of Delaware": "Possessing a fund of Irish wit, he told many interesting stories of his experiences in Ireland. He was kind and generous to a fault, honest, affable and genial, and had the admiration and respect of all who knew him."

Additional Resources

• His Find A Grave memorial, which includes a picture of his tombstone, is here.
  • Last Edited: 7 Aug 2016

Family: Mary Hambly Naudain b. 11 Oct 1817, d. 25 Dec 1910

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 55, 77. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for William Newell Hamilton, memorial no. 67130897, viewed on 7 Aug 2016 (giving the date but not the place).
  3. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329.
  4. [S1357] Wilkes-Barre Times, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 27 Sep 1894, p. 3, cols. 4-5 (obituary of Dr. William N. Hamilton) (not giving the date but stating that he died "the other day").
  5. [S1357] Wilkes-Barre Times, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., above, 27 Sep 1894, p. 3, cols. 4-5.
  6. [S1358] The National Tribune, Washington, D.C., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 4 Oct 1894, p. 4, col. 7.

Elizabeth Riddle Naudain1

F, ID# 4661, b. 29 September 1820, d. 13 January 1907
  • Birth*: She was born on 29 September 1820.4
  • Marriage*: She married James Edward Ellis M.D. on 9 February 1842.4
  • Death*: She died on 13 January 1907 at age 86.
  • Last Edited: 1 Jul 2006

Family: James Edward Ellis M.D.

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 55, 77. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329 (naming Dr. Arnold Naudain as her father).
  3. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (naming Mary Schee as her mother).
  4. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329.

James Edward Ellis M.D.1

M, ID# 4662
  • Note*: He was from West Chester, New York.
  • Last Edited: 1 Jul 2006

Family: Elizabeth Riddle Naudain b. 29 Sep 1820, d. 13 Jan 1907

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 55, 77. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329.

Catharine Louisa Naudain1

F, ID# 4663, b. 11 April 1823, d. 11 September 1883
  • Other Names*: Catharine Louisa Naudain Hamilton, Catharine Naudain Hamilton, Catharine Louisa Hamilton, Catharine Hamilton.
  • Obituary*: "OBITUARY.
       "Mrs. A. Boyd Hamilton.
       "Died, on Tuesday morning, September 11, 1883, Mrs. Catharine Louisa Naudain, wife of our esteemed citizen A. Boyd Hamilton, Esq. Mrs. Hamilton was a native of near Dover, Delaware, where she was born on the 11th of April, 1823. She was of Huguenot ancestry, her family coming to America in 1698, settling in the then lower counties of Penn’s Province, now the State of Delaware. Her father, Dr. Arnold Naudain, was quite prominent in the affairs of his native State, having been a major in the war of 1812, frequently a Senator and Representative in the Legislature of Delaware, United States Senator from 1820 to 1836, when he resigned, and collector of the port at Wilmington. His fourth daughter became the wife of A. B. Hamilton in 1845, and during the greater part of her married life has resided at Harrisburg. For a long period she has been an invalid, and yet through all her physical sufferings she was the same amiable wife and mother. Highly gifted—a mind well informed—Mrs. Hamilton’s company was greatly enjoyed by those who had access to the home circle, around which for so many years she threw a charmed halo. Modest and retiring, of fine social qualities and of profound piety, she endeared herself to many, but to none more so than the delightful earthly home out of which she has passed—and the beloved ones who will revere her memory for all the years to come. She was a good woman in every acceptation of that term, a fond Christian mother and a noble, God-fearing wife. We have not only profound veneration for her pious memory—but the warmest sympathy, in which our readers will share, for the bereaved husband in this hour of his darkest sorrow. In the Providence of God, the messenger Death will come, and as we stand dazed at the portals of the grave the Faith of the Christian is the only support."8
  • Last Edited: 20 Aug 2016

Family: Adam Boyd Hamilton b. 17 Sep 1808, d. 28 Oct 1896

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 55, 78. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 327 (naming Dr. Arnold Naudain as her father).
  3. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (naming Dr. Arnold Naudain as her father).
  4. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 327 (naming Mary Schee as her mother).
  5. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (naming Mary Schee as her mother).
  6. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, pp. 327 (giving the date and place), 329 (giving the date but not the place).
  7. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 327.
  8. [S1344] Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 11 Sep 1883, p. 1, col. 2.
  9. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, pp. 327-30 (naming Catharine Louisa Naudain as his mother).
  10. [S949] The Sons of the American Revolution, New York State Society: 1893-94 (New York, N.Y.: Republic Press, 1894), p. 130 (naming Catherine Louise Naudain as his mother).
  11. [S1344] Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa., above, 8 Oct 1923, p. 1, col. 8 (obituary of Dr. Hugh Hamilton) (naming Catherine Louisa Naudain as his mother).
  12. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, pp. 327-30 (naming Catharine Louisa Naudain as her mother).
  13. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 78 (naming Catharine Louisa Naudain as his mother).
  14. [S1344] Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa., above, 8 jul 1907, p. 4, col. 3 (obituary of Naudain Hamilton) (naming Catharine Louisa Naudain as his mother).

Adam Boyd Hamilton1

M, ID# 4664, b. 17 September 1808, d. 28 October 1896

Adam Boyd Hamilton, courtesy of "Ray" on www.findagrave.com.
  • Other Names*: Adam Hamilton.
  • Obituary*: "A. BOYD HAMILTON.
       "Death of One of the Oldest Citizens of Harrisburg.
       "An attack of paralysis Tuesday evening resulted last night shortly before midnight in the death of A. Boyd Hamilton at his residence, 815 Walnut street. A change for the worse occurred about 8 o’clock last evening and he sank rapidly.
       "Adam Boyd Hamilton was born in Harrisburg, September 18th, 1808, son of Hugh Hamilton, who was a son of Capt. John Hamilton and of Rosanna Boyd, only child of Adam Boyd. Both these ancestors were purchasers of property in 1785, both erected substantial brick mansions, and both died and are buried here. The subject of this notice received his first school training under Messrs. Graham and Smith, at Second and Mulberry streets. Charles Still, Maginnes, Birkman, Hamilton, Tod and Davies. Most of his time was devoted to picking up the trade of printer in his father’s establishment, the Harrisburg Chronicle. At this early period two late chief justices of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Messrs. Lewis and Thompson, were employed there, as well as many other gentlemen who rose to social and political positions. Having been carefully trained as a printer, after leaving the Harrisburg Academy he was appointed to a position in the engineer corps of the Juniata division of the State works, under DeWitt Clinton, jr., as chief. The partner of his father having died, he returned to Harrisburg and became partner in the Chronicle, where he continued until that paper was disposed of to other parties. He was chosen, when scarcely of voting age, one of the printers to the Legislature. After spending a couple of years in a business venture in the South, he returned to Harrisburg, and shortly after was appointed to a position at Washington city. He resigned to take control of the Pennsylvania Reporter, at Harrisburg; after a year or two he was unanimously chosen assistant clerk of the Senate, resigning that, and becoming joint partner in the Pennsylvanian at Philadelphia with Mifflin, Parry, Joseph Neal, J. W. Forney and S. D. Patterson. When that venture was closed he became, under the contract law, printer to both houses of Congress, and at the repeal of that law, which carried his contract with it, came to Pennsylvania. Again he became printer to the State until 1861, when he retired from that business and became an agriculturist. He held many municipal offices—a school director for twelve years; president of the Select Council, and one of the Commissioners of 1860, and of a commission in 1870 to make a plot of the city of Harrisburg; president of the Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society, the Dauphin County Society; a trustee of the Harrisburg Academy, secretary of the Board of Managers of the Harrisburg Hospital from the first meeting on the subject in 1872, president of the Board of Trustees of Derry Presbyterian Church; trustee of the Harrisburg Public Library, and the only president of the Dauphin County Historical Society since its formation.
       "In historical work Mr. Hamilton furnished numerous contributions to the history of Dauphin county. He prepared a series of sketches on “Middletown-on-the-Susquehanna,” besides several valuable pamphlets, biographical and genealogical. Later in life he was full of interesting reminiscences, and having a most excellent memory, these were very entertaining. Born in the city of Harrisburg and residing here nearly his entire life, with the exception of a period of about fifteen years which was passed in Philadelphia and Washington, he was well acquainted with all the leading characters and representative men at the State Capital. Mr. Hamilton was twice married. His first wife was Catharine Louisa Naudain, daughter of Dr. Arnold Naudain, of New Castle county, Delaware. She died September 11th, 1883, in Harrisburg, at the age of 60 years, and their children who reached maturity were Howard and Dr. Hugh, twins, the former of whom died in Philadelphia in 1887. The latter, Dr. Hugh Hamilton, is a prominent physician of this city. The youngest child is Naudain, of this city. Mr. Hamilton married secondly, in 1888, Isabella Moore Hays daughter of Samuel Wallace Hays, who survives.
       "Mr. Hamilton was exceedingly active during the centennial celebration of the city and was helpful in arranging the splendid antiquarian exhibit which, under the direction of State Librarian Egle and himself, was a feature of that great anniversary occasion.
       "The funeral will take place at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon from the family residence."12
  • Note*: From Egle's Pennsylvania Genealogies: "His school training was under private tutors, and at the Harrisburg Academy. He learned the trade of printer in his father's establishment, the Harrisburg Chronicle. . . . As he rose to manhood, he was appointed in the engineer corps of the Juniata division of the State works, under DeWitt Clinton, Jr., as chief. The partner of his father having died, he returned to Harrisburg, and became part owner of the Chronicle. He was chosen when scarcely of voting age, one of the printers to the Legislature. After spending a couple of years in the South, he returned to Harrisburg, and was appointed to a position at Washington city; resigned, taking control of the Pennsylvania Reporter at Harrisburg; subsequently unanimously chosen assistant clerk of the Senate, resigning that, and becoming joint partner in the Pennsylvanian, at Philadelphia . . . . At the termination of this partnership, he became printer to both houses of Congress, and at the repeal of the contract law, returned to Harrisburg, and for the following nine years was State printer. He has held a number of public positions: that of school director for twelve years; president of the select council; one of the commissioners of 1860, and of a subsequent one in 1870, to make a plot of the city of Harrisburg; president of the State Agricultural Society, and of the Dauphin County Society; a trustee of the Harrisburg Academy; secretary of the board of managers of the Harrisburg Hospital from the first meeting on the subject, in 1872; president of the board of trustees of Derry Presbyterian church, and president of the Dauphin County Historical Society since its formation."13

Additional Resources

• His Find A Grave memorial, which includes considerable biographical information, is here.
  • Last Edited: 20 Aug 2016

Family 1: Catharine Louisa Naudain b. 11 Apr 1823, d. 11 Sep 1883

Family 2: Isabella Moore Hays b. 21 Apr 1837, d. 7 Jan 1904

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 55, 78. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), pp. 322-24 (naming Hugh Hamilton as his father).
  3. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for Adam Boyd Hamilton, memorial no. 139486266, viewed on 29 Jun 2016 (naming Hugh Hamilton as his father).
  4. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, pp. 322-24 (naming Rosanna Boyd as his mother).
  5. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Adam Boyd Hamilton, memorial no. 139486266, viewed on 29 Jun 2016 (naming Rosanna Boyd as his mother).
  6. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, pp. 324 (giving the date but not the place), 327 (giving the date and place).
  7. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Adam Boyd Hamilton, memorial no. 139486266, viewed on 29 Jun 2016 (giving the month and year but no other information).
  8. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 327.
  9. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 330.
  10. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for Adam Boyd Hamilton, memorial no. 139486266, viewed on 29 Jun 2016.
  11. [S1344] Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 31 Oct 1896, p. 1, col. 2.
  12. [S1344] Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa., above, 29 Oct 1896, p. 1, col. 6.
  13. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, pp. 327-28.
  14. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, pp. 327-30 (naming Adam Boyd Hamilton as his father).
  15. [S949] The Sons of the American Revolution, New York State Society: 1893-94 (New York, N.Y.: Republic Press, 1894), p. 130 (naming Adam Boyd Hamilton as his father).
  16. [S1344] Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa., above, 8 Oct 1923, p. 1, col. 8 (obituary of Dr. Hugh Hamilton) (naming A. Boyd Hamilton as his father).
  17. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, pp. 327-30 (naming Adam Boyd Hamilton as her father).
  18. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 78 (naming Adam Boyd Hamilton as his father).
  19. [S1344] Harrisburg Telegraph, Harrisburg, Pa., above, 8 jul 1907, p. 4, col. 3 (obituary of Naudain Hamilton) (naming A. Boyd Hamilton as his father).

Lydia Frazier Naudain1

F, ID# 4665, b. 29 May 1825, d. 17 November 1871
  • Note*: She and her husband, Clayton, were first cousins. She was described as "an accomplished, cheerful Christian woman and a devoted wife and mother."
  • Last Edited: 1 Jul 2006

Family: Clayton Augustus Cowgill M.D.

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 55, 78. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329 (naming Dr. Arnold Naudain as her father).
  3. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (naming Mary Schee as her mother).
  4. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329.
  5. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (stating that she died in Florida on 17 Nov 1871).
  6. [S1086] Mays-Cole-Simpkins Cemetery, online http://www.co.putnam.fl.us/PALATKA/Cemeteries/MAYS/…, viewed on 1 Jul 2006.
  7. [S1081] Benjamin H. Shoemaker, Genealogy of the Shoemaker Family of Cheltenham, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Penn.: B. H. Shoemaker, 1903), p. 307 (naming Lydia Naudain as her mother).

Clayton Augustus Cowgill M.D.1

M, ID# 4666
  • Note*: He was from Dover, Delaware. He and his wife, Lydia, were first cousins. He was a surgeon in the Civil War, which impaired his health, and in 1867 moved to Florida, where he bought a plantation on the St. John River at Orange Mills. He served as Florida state comptroller after Lydia died. He and his second wife, Sarah, lived in Tallahassee.
  • Last Edited: 1 Jul 2006

Family 1: Lydia Frazier Naudain b. 29 May 1825, d. 17 Nov 1871

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 55, 78. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329.
  3. [S1081] Benjamin H. Shoemaker, Genealogy of the Shoemaker Family of Cheltenham, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, Penn.: B. H. Shoemaker, 1903), p. 307 (naming Dr. Clayton C. Cowgill as her father).

Caroline Amelia Naudain1

F, ID# 4667, b. 27 October 1827, d. 14 April 1848
  • Note*: She may have married _____ Ellis.10
  • Last Edited: 1 Jul 2006

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 55. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred (Odessa, Del.: n.pub., 1989), pp. 200, 280 (naming Arnold Naudain, M.D. as her father). Photocopies of selected pages of this book are held by Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex.
  3. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Harrisburg, Penn.: Harrisburg Pub. Co., 1896), p. 329 (naming Dr. Arnold Naudain as her father).
  4. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 200 (naming Mary Schee as her mother), 280 (naming Mary Naudain as her mother).
  5. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329 (naming Mary Schee as her mother).
  6. [S1082] William Henry Egle, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German, above, p. 329.
  7. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 200 (stating that she "She may have married _____ Ellis.ay have married an Ellis").
  8. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 200 (giving only the year), 280, 299 (giving only the year), 325 (giving only the year).
  9. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, pp. 280, 299, 325.
  10. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 200.
  11. [S720] Dorothy Colburn, comp., Old Drawyers: The First Presbyterian Church in St. George's Hundred, above, p. 280 (naming Arnold Naudain, M.D. and Mary Naudain as her grandparents and indicating that Caroline Amelia Naudain was her mother).

Rebecca Naudain1

F, ID# 4668, b. 16 November 1819, d. 18 December 1893
  • Note*: She was described as "a consistent Christian, charitable without ostentation, quiet and lovable in disposition and devoted to her home."
  • Last Edited: 20 Jan 2002

Family: Robert H. Moor

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)), 78-79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S721] Encyclopedia of Delaware (Wilmington, Del.: Aldine Pub. & Engraving Co., 1882), n. p. (biography of Dr. James Jones) (naming Maj. Elias Naudain as her father).
  3. [S721] Encyclopedia of Delaware (Wilmington, Del.: Aldine Pub. & Engraving Co., 1882), n. p. (biography of Dr. James Jones) (naming Lydia Jones as her mother).
  4. [S721] Encyclopedia of Delaware (Wilmington, Del.: Aldine Pub. & Engraving Co., 1882), n. p. (biography of Dr. James Jones) (not giving the date).

Robert H. Moor1

M, ID# 4669
  • Note*: He was from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was a merchant in Leipsic, Delaware for many years and served a term as Prothonotary of Kent County. About 1855 he moved to Philadelphia, where he carried on the general commission business for many years.
  • Last Edited: 12 Jul 2011

Family: Rebecca Naudain b. 16 Nov 1819, d. 18 Dec 1893

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)), 78-79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S721] Encyclopedia of Delaware (Wilmington, Del.: Aldine Pub. & Engraving Co., 1882), n. p. (biography of Dr. James Jones) (not giving the date).

Andrew Naudain1

M, ID# 4670, b. 17 March 1821, d. 4 September 1821
  • Birth*: He was born on 17 March 1821.
  • Death*: He died on 4 September 1821.
  • Last Edited: 24 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)). This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

James Naudain1

M, ID# 4671, b. 28 January 1823
  • Birth*: He was born on 28 January 1823.
  • Note*: He died in infancy.
  • Last Edited: 24 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)). This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Arnold Naudain1

M, ID# 4672, b. 2 July 1824
  • Birth*: He was born on 2 July 1824.
  • Note*: He died in infancy.
  • Last Edited: 19 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)). This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

James Meillechamp Naudain1

M, ID# 4673, b. 22 March 1829, d. 26 September 1880
  • Other Names*: James Naudain.
  • Note*: • His Find A Grave memorial states that he was born in 1825 in Delaware, but it includes a photograph of his tombstone, which gives 22 Mar 1829 as his birth date.
    • He had a tanning business in Milford, Delaware and later in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.3

Additional Resources

• His Find A Grave memorial, which includes a picture of his tombstone, is here.
  • Last Edited: 1 Jan 2017

Family: Esther Virginia Magee

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)), 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1367] The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 29 Sep 1880, p. 4, col. 3 (giving the date but not the place).
  3. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for James M. Naudain, memorial no. 128883562, viewed on 1 Jan 2017.
  4. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 26 Jun 1897, p. 3, col. 2 (obituary of Mrs. Ida Naudain) (naming James M. Naudain as her father).
  5. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, pp. 96 (naming James M. Naudain as her father), 97 (naming James Meillechamp Naudain as her father).

Esther Virginia Magee1

F, ID# 4674
  • Note*: She was from Kent County, Delaware.
  • Last Edited: 18 Aug 2007

Family: James Meillechamp Naudain b. 22 Mar 1829, d. 26 Sep 1880

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60, 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 97 (naming Esther Magee as her mother).

Arnold Naudain M.D.1

M, ID# 4675, b. 3 April 1831, d. 16 April 1899
  • Obituary*: "Dr. Arnold Naudain, one of the oldest practicing physicians in Westchester County, died suddenly at his residence, 1,216 Washington Avenue, Tremont, on Sunday. Heart failure was the cause of his death. He was born in Dover, Del., seventy years ago. At the age of twenty he was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, and went to Mount Vernon to practice. Later he removed to Tremont, where he had since lived. A wife and one daughter survive him. Funeral services will be held at his late residence this evening."3
  • Note*: After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania on his 21st birthday, he located at West Farms, New York (now part of New York City), where he took over the practice of his uncle, Andrew Naudain, when he died in 1864. Arnold practiced medicine there until his death.
  • Last Edited: 27 Jul 2016

Family: Carolyn Virginia Ten Eyck d. 28 Nov 1917

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)), 79-80. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1169] The New York Times, New York, N.Y., 18 Apr 1899, p. 9, col. 6 (obituary of Dr. Arnold Naudain).
  3. [S1169] The New York Times, New York, N.Y., 18 Apr 1899, p. 9, col. 6.

Carolyn Virginia Ten Eyck1

F, ID# 4676, d. 28 November 1917
  • Note*: Arnold was her second husband.
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family 1: _____ Chesebro

Family 2: Arnold Naudain M.D. b. 3 Apr 1831, d. 16 Apr 1899

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60, 79. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Matilda Naudain1

F, ID# 4677, b. 15 December 1835
  • Birth*: She was born on 15 December 1835.
  • Note*: She died in infancy.
  • Last Edited: 24 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)). This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Catharine Naudain1

F, ID# 4678, b. 9 January 1836, d. 17 June 1911
  • Scrapbook*: "Fifty Years of Wedded Life.
       "In commemoration of the happy event which was solemnized at Philadelphia fifty years ago, at a notable church wedding, when Rev. Charles Brown, a relative of the groom, was the officiating minister, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Hardcastle, at their East Denton residence, on Saturday evening last celebrated their golden wedding, and the occasion was a joyous one, in which about two hundred friends participated. The hospitable home and the lawn were brilliantly illuminated, and the guests were graciously received by the venerable Doctor and the charming helpmeet who went with him from her Philadelphia home to Castle Hall so many years before. Among the many who present Saturday evening were Mr. Laird H. Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Naudain Simons and son, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Simons, Mr. Elias Naudain, Mrs. Rebecca Wisser, and Mrs. M. N. Simons, of Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hardcastle, Jr., and Miss Sophia Morris, of Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Day, of Ridgely; Mrs. Dr. Goldsborough, of Greensboro; Prof. Milton Melvin, of Chestertown, and other visitors from a distance. Many and very beautiful were the wedding gifts received, fitting tokens in which the Doctor and Mrs. Hardcastle are held."3

Additional Resources

• Her Find A Grave memorial, which includes her obituary and pictures of her tombstone, is here.
  • Last Edited: 3 Jul 2016

Family: Alexander Hardcastle M.D. b. 2 Jan 1826, d. 24 Jan 1911

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)), 80. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for Catherine Louisa 'Kate' Naudain Hardcastle, memorial no. 8898816, viewed on 3 Jul 2016.
  3. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 3 Aug 1907, p. 5, col. 7.

Alexander Hardcastle M.D.1

M, ID# 4679, b. 2 January 1826, d. 24 January 1911
  • Scrapbook*: "Fifty Years of Wedded Life.
       "In commemoration of the happy event which was solemnized at Philadelphia fifty years ago, at a notable church wedding, when Rev. Charles Brown, a relative of the groom, was the officiating minister, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Hardcastle, at their East Denton residence, on Saturday evening last celebrated their golden wedding, and the occasion was a joyous one, in which about two hundred friends participated. The hospitable home and the lawn were brilliantly illuminated, and the guests were graciously received by the venerable Doctor and the charming helpmeet who went with him from her Philadelphia home to Castle Hall so many years before. Among the many who present Saturday evening were Mr. Laird H. Simons, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Naudain Simons and son, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Simons, Mr. Elias Naudain, Mrs. Rebecca Wisser, and Mrs. M. N. Simons, of Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hardcastle, Jr., and Miss Sophia Morris, of Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Day, of Ridgely; Mrs. Dr. Goldsborough, of Greensboro; Prof. Milton Melvin, of Chestertown, and other visitors from a distance. Many and very beautiful were the wedding gifts received, fitting tokens in which the Doctor and Mrs. Hardcastle are held."3
  • Obituary*: "DR. ALEXANDER HARDCASTLE
       "Caroline’s Most Venerable Physician Passes Away—His Career.
       "Dr. Alexander Hardcastle, Caroline county’s most venerable physician and a highly esteemed citizen of Denton, died at his home at an early hour Tuesday morning. He had been in feeble health for several years, but to the delight of his relatives and numerous friends his sufferings were not great and he maintained throughout his ever-happy spirit and cheerfulness. This was a source of real pleasure to all. About three days before his death he himself discovered that pleurisy and pneumonia were coming upon him. Owing to his age the encroachments of these diseases could not be stayed, and with his dear ones and friends about him, he passed away. Many are grieved at his demise. He enjoyed the real friendship and affection of hosts of friends.
       "The funeral was held at the home yesterday afternoon. Rev. E. P. Roberts, pastor of the M. E. Church, assisted by Rev. A. N. Ward, of the M. P. Church, and Rev. J. Gibson Gantt, of Christ Church, officiated. Interment took place in Denton cemetery. The pallbearers were Messrs. E. H. Simons, Herbert Simons and Laird Simons, of Philadelphia, and John E. Wilson, William P. Manlove, Richard T. Carter, J. Dukes Downes and Ormond W. Downes, of this county.
       "Dr. Hardcastle was born at Castle Hall, in the First district, on January 2, 1826. Here also his father, Hon. William M. Hardcastle, was born on December 2, 1778, dying there in the ninety-sixth year of his age. The first of the Hardcastles to arrive in this country settled near Denton, and several well-known estates were established by them. One of the most notable of these was Castle Hall, a fine old mansion built about the time of the close of the Revolutionary War. Dr. Hardcastle’s grandfather, Captain Thomas Hardcastle, was the builder. For more than a century a splendid hospitality was dispensed at this pleasant and inviting homestead. From his fourth year the subject of this sketch attended school at Castle Hall, but from his fifteenth to his twentieth year he was instructed by a private tutor. He then entered the office of Dr. Griffin W. Goldsborough, at Greensboro. In 1847 he entered Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, and also studied in the office of Professor Mutter. His aim was to fit himself for the post of surgeon in the army. He graduated in March, 1849. His father desired his presence at home and his assistance at Castle Hall, and the army life was, therefore, in deference to parental request, given up, although it appeared to him to be very inviting. For many years he practiced in the First district and in adjacent territory, and conducted the great farm and cared for his parents. Dr. Hardcastle was one of the first farmers to grow peaches heavily. At one time he had thirteen thousand trees in bearing. Some years were very profitable with this fruit, notably in 1878, when the shipments from Castle Hall were exceedingly heavy.
       "Dr. Hardcastle was elected to the Legislature twice in the early seventies. In the session of 1872 he was a member of the House committee on ways and means. He was a friend of the colored people, and was one of the first advocated in the Legislature of an appropriation for colored schools, the first appropriation being fifty thousand dollars. He was later a School Commissioner for this county for a number of years. Dr. Hardcastle was one of the original directors of the Delaware & Chesapeake Railway, now a part of the Pennsylvania system. Though brought up in the Presbyterian Church, Dr. and Mrs. Hardcastle became members of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Mrs. Hardcastle was before her marriage Miss Kate Naudain, daughter of Elias and Margaret M. Naudain, and a niece of Dr. Arnold Naudain, who was for many years United States Senator from Delaware and at one time a judge of the Court of Common Pleas. Mrs. Hardcastle and one son, Mr. Alexander Hardcastle, now a practicing attorney in Baltimore, survive, as does a sister, Mrs. G. W. Goldsborough, of Greensboro."4
  • Note*: After graduating from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and passing the exams necessary to become an army surgeon, he acceded to his father's request and returned to Castle Hall to practice medicine. He also ran the 1200-acre Castle Hall plantation, where he grew peaches on a large scale. In 1890 he moved to Denton, Maryland and practiced there until his death. He was described as "a man of strong character, a progressive citizen [who] for many years took a prominent part in all County and State affairs."

Additional Resources

• His Find A Grave memorial, which includes an obituary and his picture, is here.
  • Last Edited: 5 Jul 2016

Family: Catharine Naudain b. 9 Jan 1836, d. 17 Jun 1911

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)), 80. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for Dr. Alexander 'Alex' Hardcastle, Sr., memorial no. 8898812, viewed on 3 Jul 2016.
  3. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 3 Aug 1907, p. 5, col. 7.
  4. [S1350] Denton Journal, Denton, Md., above, 28 Jan 1911, p. 5, col. 4.

Elias Naudain1

M, ID# 4680, b. 6 November 1838, d. 6 April 1911
  • Note*: From Ruth Bennett's "Naudain Family of Delaware," p. 80: "While yet a boy or very young man, he secured a position with Homer, Colladay & Co., who, at that time, were the leading retail dry goods merchants of Philadelphia. He worked his way up and for many years had charge of the silk department, receiving what was then considered a phenominal [sic] salary. He continued in the mercantile business until about 1908, when he retired having purchased a home in Atlantic City. He was a good business man, upright in all his dealings and a consistent member and elder in the Presbyterian Church."
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)), 80. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Martha J. Shinn1

F, ID# 4681
  • Last Edited: 24 Nov 1995

Family: Elias Naudain b. 6 Nov 1838, d. 6 Apr 1911

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60, 80. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Margaret Naudain1

F, ID# 4682, b. 26 March 1843, d. 24 May 1915
  • Other Names*: Margaret Naudain Simons, Margaret Simons.
  • Last Edited: 8 Aug 2016

Family: M. Laird Simons

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)), 80-81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S1355] Evening Ledger, Philadelphia, Pa., online at http://www.newspapers.com, 26 May 1915, p. 12, col. 6.

M. Laird Simons1

M, ID# 4683
  • Note*: He was a newspaper editor from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Last Edited: 9 Dec 1995

Family: Margaret Naudain b. 26 Mar 1843, d. 24 May 1915

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)), 80-81. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Sarah Greer Naudain1

F, ID# 4684, b. 31 January 1846, d. 1920
  • Last Edited: 3 Apr 2010

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), pp. 60-61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, "Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware" (1882)). This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  2. [S961] Find A Grave, online at http://www.findagrave.com, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Sarah Greer Naudain, memorial no. 8898820) (giving the year but not the day).
  3. [S961] Find A Grave, online, above, memorial for viewed on 3 Apr 2010 (Sarah Greer Naudain, memorial no. 8898820).

Dr. James Jones

M, ID# 4685, b. 6 April 1756
  • Note*: He was a surgeon in the Revolutionary Army, serving at Valley Forge, and became a Baptist preacher.4,3

Additional Resources

• His 1882 biography from Encyclopedia of Delaware is here.
  • Last Edited: 15 Jul 2011

Family 2: Margaret Simpson

Citations

  1. [S721] Encyclopedia of Delaware (Wilmington, Del.: Aldine Pub. & Engraving Co., 1882), n. p. (biography of Dr. James Jones) (naming James Jones as his father).
  2. [S721] Encyclopedia of Delaware (Wilmington, Del.: Aldine Pub. & Engraving Co., 1882), n. p. (biography of Dr. James Jones) (naming Susanna Jones as his mother).
  3. [S721] Encyclopedia of Delaware (Wilmington, Del.: Aldine Pub. & Engraving Co., 1882), n. p. (biography of Dr. James Jones).
  4. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 61 (quoting from McCarter & Jackson, Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware (1882)). This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.
  5. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware, above, p. 61 (naming Dr. James Jones as her father, quoting from McCarter & Jackson, Historical and Biographical Encyclopedia of Delaware (1882)).
  6. [S721] Encyclopedia of Delaware (Wilmington, Del.: Aldine Pub. & Engraving Co., 1882), n. p. (biography of Dr. James Jones) (naming Dr. James Jones as her father).

Sarah Eddowes1

F, ID# 4686
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Rebecca Eddowes1

F, ID# 4687
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Anna Eddowes1

F, ID# 4688
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

John Eddowes1

M, ID# 4689
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Harold Eddowes1

M, ID# 4690
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Martha Eddowes1

F, ID# 4691
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Family: James Rood

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Catharine Eddowes1

F, ID# 4692
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Family: Thomas Beebe

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Emma Eddowes1

F, ID# 4693
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Family: _____ Beebe

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Lydia Eddowes1

F, ID# 4694
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Family: _____ Brown

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Eliza Eddowes1

F, ID# 4695
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Dr. Elias Woodruff1

M, ID# 4696
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Family: Anna Eddowes

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

James Rood1

M, ID# 4697
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

Thomas Beebe1

M, ID# 4698
  • Note*: He was from Chicago.
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

_____ Beebe1

M, ID# 4699
  • Note*: He was from Galena, Illinois.
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Family: Emma Eddowes

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.

_____ Brown1

M, ID# 4700
  • Note*: He was from Galena, Illinois.
  • Last Edited: 25 Nov 1995

Family: Lydia Eddowes

Citations

  1. [S1] Ruth Bennett, Naudain Family of Delaware (Geneva, Neb.: n.pub., 1941), p. 62. This material is a typescript of "notes" in Ms. Bennett's possession and apparently was originally written and compiled by James W. Lattomus. Copies are with the D.A.R. Library, Washington, D.C., and Roger Bartlett, Austin, Tex., and can be downloaded at http://www.rabgenealogy.com/ui53.htm. The notes contain some inconsistencies, and page 45 was missing from the D.A.R. Library copy when it was copied.