Person:Azubah Hicks (1)

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Azubah Hicks
m. ABT 1778
  1. Sarah HixABT 1778 - 1852
  2. Zerviah Hix1780 - 1867
  3. Lavina HixABT 1790 - 1845
  4. Azubah Hicks1796 - 1881
m. 15 SEP 1811
  1. Asa Brownell Brownell1814 -
  2. Lavina Brownell1816 - 1886
  3. Moses Hicks Brownell1818 - 1901
  4. Lucina Brownell1820 - 1888
  5. Alvah Brownell1822 - 1893
  6. Loranie Brownell1824 -
  7. Hiram A. Brownell1826 - 1897
  8. Courtland Brownell1828 - 1914
  9. Ruth Brownell1830 - 1915
  10. Henry Brownell1832 - 1902
  11. Jonathan J. Brownell1834 - 1921
  12. Maria Eliza Ann Brownell1836 - 1928
  13. Eliza BrownellABT 1838 - ABT 1838
  14. Charles Eugene Brownell1840 - 1912
  15. Julia Ann Brownell1843 -
  16. Jane BrownellABT 1845 - ABT 1845
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Name[1][2] Azubah Hicks
Gender Female
Birth? 2 MAR 1796 Hoosick, Rensselauer Co., NY
Marriage 15 SEP 1811 Hoosick, Rensselauer Co., NYto Jonathan Brownell
Reference Number 24214
Jonathan Brownell
Burial? APR 1881 Kelloggsville Cemetery, Ashtabula Co OH Sec 4, Lot 4, #2
Reference Number? 1803
Death? 6 APR 1881 Kelloggsville, Ashtabula Co, OH

Azubah, through the second marriage of her grandfather Amzi Doolittle to Hannah Miller Barber, would have been something akin to step-first-cousins with Amzi Doolittle Barber. These "cousins" both end up in Ashtabula, OH by 1860, arriving about the same time. Did they go together?

1880 US Census: Sheffield, Ashtabula, OH: Brownell, Charles, 39, Jane, 30? Hattie, 15? Frank, 10? Emma May, 5? Lee H., (m) 2 Azubah, 84, mother, b. NY

From: LeMunyan@@aol.com Date: Sun, 25 Feb 2007 20:55:53 EST Subject: Re: Azubah Hicks m. Jonathan Brownell

My Mother and the women in her family had kept written records that go as far back as Azubah and Jonathan Brownell. The only thing she said about her (Azubah's) father was that he was a traveling minister and that he was a "ladies man".

This is taken from an old piece of paper (I believe my great grandmother (Ida Mary Dix) wrote it): Johnathan Brownell, Oct 11, 1792, Hoosick, Renssilaer Co. died May 8, 1875, Kelloggsville, Ashtabula Co., Ohio. Azubah Hicks, born March 2, 1796 (it doesn't say where, I originally thought in Ohio but now believe it was in New York State, somewhere.), died Apr 6, 1881, Kelloggsville, Ashtabula Co., Ohio. (LDS shows in the 1880 U.S. Census that she was, 87 yrs old, widowed and living with her son, Charles E. Brownell, her name was spelled Azabah. Census place was Sheffield, Ashtabula, Ohio. Family History Library Film #1254992, NA Film #T9-0992, Page #606A)

On the other side of this old yellowing piece of paper written in pencil is the children: Asa b. 1814 June 28, Lovina/Lavina b. 1816 March 11, Moses b.1818 Jany 24, Lucina b. 1820 Jany 18, Alvah b. 1822 Feb 12, Lorana b. 1824 Jan 22, Hiram b. 1826 Apr 7, Cortland b. 1828 Feb 13, Ruth b. 1830 March 11, Henry b. 1832 May 22, Johnathan b. 1834 March 2, Mary E. b. 1836 Nov 21, Charles C. b. 1840 Aug 11, Julia A. b. 1843 July 11

Kelloggsville Cemetery Records, in the township of Monroe, Ashtabula County, Ohio. Shows Brownell, Azura, A.B. on a small stone, born: 1796 died: 1881 section 4, lot 4, grave 2. (I believe this is Azubah). Brownell, Charles E., C.E.B. on a small stone, born: 1840 died: 1912, section 4, lot 4, grave 7.(I believe this is her son). Brownell, Charles H., C.H.B. on a small stone, born: 1885 died: 1887, section 4 lot 4 grave 3. Brownell, Frank S. born: 1869 died: 1932 in Conneault, Penna., Cause: Apoplexy, Interred: Oct. 4, 1932, permit #2501, District #29, Funeral Home: C.L. Wemple, Cranesville, Pa. section 4, lot 4, grave 6. Brownell, Jane L. J.L.B. on a small stone, born: 1844 died: 1911, section 4, lot 4, grave 6. Brownell, Jonathan, J.B. on a small stone, born: 1796 died: 1875, section 4, lot 4, grave 1. (I believe this is Azubah's husband). And last is Brownell, Lee E., L.E.B. on a small stone, born: 1877 died: 1891. Click here: Monroe Twp, Ashtabula Co, Ohio

Lavina/Lorana is my direct ancestor, she married Walter Russell Dix MD., b. 6 March 1813, Monomonie, Dunn, Wisconsin, he also died there 9-JAN-1885. (I have been told he had a brother named John Alden Dix who was gov. of N.Y.S. still trying to verify the connection) They're children were:

Lorana, b. 7-AUG-1839 Eliza, b. 7-AUG-1839 the girls were twins and died the same day or was stillborn. Merit Clark, b. 14-DEC-1840 in East Rodman, NY., Jefferson County, d. 1896. Lewis County, New York. Francis Emogene, b. 17-JUN-1846 in East Rodman, NY., Jefferson County, d. 2-APR-1881 in Woundsfield, NY., Jefferson County. Clinton Walter, b. 23-NOV-1848 in East Rodman, NY., Jefferson County. d. 25-MAR-1854. John Wilber Dix, b. 28-MAY-1850 in East Rodman, NY., Jefferson County, d. 28-SEP-1865 Alice Maria, b. 9-AUG-1851 in East Rodman, NY., Jefferson County, d. died on 3-JUN-1932 in Watertown, NY., Jefferson County. She married Addison M. Smith. Martha Janette, b. 30-MAR-1855 in Pinckney, Lewis, NY. d. 11-FEB-1945 in Watertown, NY., Jefferson County, She married Danford Brownell. Ida Mary, b. 7-MAY-1858 in East Rodman, NY., Jefferson County, d. 7-FEB-1946 in 1158 West Ave, Buffalo, NY., (Erie County). She married Clinton Chauncy Cole. Ida Mary is my great grandmother. She and Clinton had 7 children: Myrtle Angy Cole, b. 19-JUL-1882 in Watertown NY., Leroy, NY. Jefferson County, d. 3-JAN-1885. Clinton Earl Cole, b. 14-FEB-1885 in 85 Gelston Street, Buffalo, NY., Erie County, d. 23-JAN-1958, Buffalo, NY., Erie County. He married Laura Miller. Harry Raymond, b. 27-AUG-1888, Jefferson County, New York, d. 13-JUN-1964 in 9244 Tonawanda Creek Road, Clarence Center NY. He married Mary Amelia Berg. Ruth Ester, b. 11-MAR-1891 in Buffalo, NY., Erie County, d. 1963 in Buffalo General Hospital, Buffalo NY., Erie County, She married Raymond Earl Watrous, also married Charles Sidney Dowd. Mary Lavina, b. 25-JUN-1894 in 23 Perkins Street, Buffalo, NY., Erie County, d. 31-MAR-1948 in 1001 Humboldt Parkway, Deaconess Hospital, Buffalo, NY., Erie County. She married Harry Thomas Herdman. John Westly b. 5-OCT-1896, d. 6-JAN-1897. James Raymond, b. 7-JAN-1899 in 46 West Delavan Ave., Buffalo, NY., Erie County, d. 23-AUG-1957 in 2:30 PM Truck accident, Delaware Road and East Girard, Kenmore NY. He married Hannah Shopleigh, Emma Elizabeth Crawford and Helen Natalie Coons. Mary Lavina and Harry Thomas Herdman had two daughters: Elizabeth Ethel, b. 24-MAR-1915, Buffalo, Erie County, NY. d. 22-OCT-1989 in Erie County Medical Center, Grider Street, Buffalo, NY., Erie County. She married James Richard LeMunyan. (my parents). Ruth Ester Herdman, b. 28-NOV-1920 in Chicago, Ill. (Cook County). d. 19-FEB-1986 in Texas. She married James Francis Donovan, and George Russell Horning. I have more information if you want it. If I learn anything more on the Hicks/Hix Doolittle connection I will let you know. I hope you do the same. Does this make us cousins?

                                                       Jane LeMunyan Campbell
References
  1. Brownell, E.E. Genealogical records of Brownell and allied families: with alphabetical lists of names appearing in the tax lists for various localities in Dutchess County, New York, 1748, 1753, 1760, 1765, 1770-1779. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1963), 6th Generation, A-K, p. 5.

    Azubah, daughter of Moses and Lavina (Doolittle) Hicks.

  2. Charles Filkins. Hoosick Historical Society. (Correspondence began March 2007), Email of 13 March 2007.

    (sites EE Brownell)