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2 1 INFO Group Sheet # 22 Smith, Sylvia Esther (I360)
 
3 1 INFO Group Sheet # 23 Tuttle, Della H. (I383)
 
4 1 INFO NM 1 Bishop, Esther (I198)
 
5 1 INFO NM 1 Roberts, Thankful (I538)
 
6 1 INFO NM 10 Manross, Elisha (I207)
 
7 1 INFO NM 10 (Manross), Martha (I213)
 
8 1 INFO NM 11


Partner in the Byington and Graham Looking Glass Factory located inBristol, CT. 
Byington, Martin Sr. (I298)
 
9 1 INFO NM 11 Manross, Amy (I295)
 
10 1 INFO NM 12 Manross, Ruth (I291)
 
11 1 INFO NM 12 Byington, Noah (I296)
 
12 1 INFO NM 13 Peck, Samuel (I281)
 
13 1 INFO NM 13 Manross, Hannah (I293)
 
14 1 INFO NM 14


War of 1812 - Sargeant Major - 15th Reg. Militia 1813
Captain of Light Artilliary 1827

Clockmaker - pioneer of brass clocks

Two Hundred Years of American Clocks and Watches by Chris H. Bailey
Elisha Manross Clockmaker from an original by Edwin M. Burr and A.N.Manross 
Manross, Elisha (I299)
 
15 1 INFO NM 14 Norton, Maria Cowles (I300)
 
16 1 INFO NM 15 Manross, Robert Elisha (I303)
 
17 1 INFO NM 15 Hendrick, Lucy Cowles (I311)
 
18 1 INFO NM 16


Grandfather of John Wood came from Colchester, England afterRevolutionary War 
Wood, John Bacon (I322)
 
19 1 INFO NM 16 Manross, Mary Clementine (I319)
 
20 1 INFO NM 17 Wood, Grace (I323)
 
21 1 INFO NM 17 Whitman, Charles Theodore (I591)
 
22 1 INFO NM 18 Manross, Robert Elish (I321)
 
23 1 INFO NM 18 Ives, Carrie (I324)
 
24 1 INFO NM 19


Martha educated at Williston Seminary, East Hampton, Mass 
Manross, Martha Angeline (I304)
 
25 1 INFO NM 19 Bradley, John (I312)
 
26 1 INFO NM 2 Manross, Esther (I202)
 
27 1 INFO NM 2 Yale, Asa (I209)
 
28 1 INFO NM 2 Yale, Ezra (I220)
 
29 1 INFO NM 20


Captain, Company K, 16th Reg, CT Volunteers - Newton formed this Companyand the company was officially mustered into service on August 24, 1861.Five days later the company left for Washington, DC. Arrived DC August31st, the regiment bivouacked near the capitol building and the nextmorning marched to Ft. Ward, VA. A week after leaving home the regimentjoined McClellan's army, Harland's Brigade. The first battle for Newtonwas Sharpsburg, Antietam, where he lost his life. Taken from thearticle " He was shot by a canon ball while while leading his men forwardinto the fatal cornfield, which proved a perfect ambush for our troops;and where the rebels came near turning the day's defeat into a victory.They had masked heavy columns of infantry behine a hugh stone wall, wherethey lay in absolute safety, awaiting the approach of the Union line. Alight battery back of them was engaged pouring into us a constantdischarge of shot and shell. Col. Frank Beach of Hartford receivedinstructions to move on the rebel guns. With characteristic promptnesshe gave the order "forward" and led the advance. It was during theexecution of this movement that Captain Manross received his deathwound. He only survived long enough to cheer on his men, who felt whenhe fell that their best friend was stricken down.
Note: From the regiment 41 killed, 146 wounded

Graduated Williston Seminary
Graduate of Yale, 1850
Professor of Chemistry & Botany, Amhurst College

Article from Hartford Times Honoring Newton Spaulding Manross (No date onarticle) - The pupils of the Stafford District School planted a 12 ftMaple Tree in front of the school on Arbor Day honoring Newton. The treeis guarded by an iron rail bearing a brass plate appropriately described.

A 15 foot monument was erected in the Forestville Cemetery embellishedwith the state coat of arms. Bears the following inscription " Erectedby Co. K, 16th Conn. Vol., in memory of their gallant and beloved Captain" 
Manross, Newton Spalding (I305)
 
30 1 INFO NM 20 Royce, Charlotte H. (I313)
 
31 1 INFO NM 21


James died while on a hunting trip in Maine 
Kimball, James Dickinson (I332)
 
32 1 INFO NM 21


Lottie went with a missionary group to the Hawaiian Church, North Kohala,Hawaii, July 28, 1882 for the annual exhibition of the Ainakea EnglishSchool 
Manross, Lottie Maria (I331)
 
33 1 INFO NM 22 Kimball, Charlotte Manross (I334)
 
34 1 INFO NM 22 Stevens, Ralph Townshend (I339)
 
35 1 INFO NM 23


Delta Kappa Epsilon Amherst College
Prep Orange High School
Clerk of Dist. Court of E. Franklin

Sargeant Ammunition Train AEF 
Kimball, James Richard (I335)
 
36 1 INFO NM 23 Cook, Ethel M. (I520)
 
37 1 INFO NM 24 Kimball, Newton Manross (I336)
 
38 1 INFO NM 25 Kimball, William Lincoln (I337)
 
39 1 INFO NM 25 Clark, Genevieve (I607)
 
40 1 INFO NM 26


Prep Orange High School
Amherst Delta Kappa Epsilon
President Kimball-Cook Inc.
Mason
Entered US Army, commissioned to Second Lieutenant, assigned to 12thInfantry Division at Camp Lee, VA - discharged in February 1919 
Kimball, Parker Barton (I338)
 
41 1 INFO NM 26 Alfred, Amy Maude (I522)
 
42 1 INFO NM 27


Prep Orange High School
Deerfield Acad. Tchr Tamalpaie School 
Kimball, Theodore Bond (I524)
 
43 1 INFO NM 28


Graduate of Williston Seminary in 1846 
Woodruff, Ellen Sophronia (I314)
 
44 1 INFO NM 28


Town Constable 15 years
Justice of the Peace - 1 term
Representative State Legislature 1880/1892
Member of Odd Fellows, Southington, CT
Sexton, Forestville Cemetery 
Manross, Elijah (I306)
 
45 1 INFO NM 29 Manross, Martha Angeline (I353)
 
46 1 INFO NM 29 Sigourney, Albert M. (I356)
 
47 1 INFO NM 29 Manross, Martha Angeline (I658)
 
48 1 INFO NM 3 Yale, Esther (I215)
 
49 1 INFO NM 3 Bunnell, Daniel (I221)
 
50 1 INFO NM 30 Manross, Mary Lanette (I354)
 

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