Person:George Irish (5)

m. 25 Nov 1807
  1. Eliza B. Irish1808 - 1876
  2. George Irish, Jr.1810 - 1888
  3. James Reed Irish1811 - 1891
  4. Emeline Maria Irish1815 - 1851
  5. Daniel Babcock Irish1818 - 1896
  6. Lucy Ann Irish1819 - 1885
  7. Mary Content Irish1821 - 1916
  8. Oliver Babcock Irish1826 - 1911
m. 5 Jun 1837
  1. Edgar Walton Irish1838 - 1897
  2. George Hadwin Irish1841 - 1864
  3. Sarah Maria Irish1843 - 1913
m. 27 Nov 1845
  1. Mary Elizabeth Irish1846 - 1924
  2. Martha Amelia Irish1848 - 1926
  3. Nathan Wardner Irish1850 - 1874
  4. Viola Sejesta Irish1852 - 1924
  5. Myron Holly Clark Irish1855 - 1932
  6. Flora Belle Irish1861 - 1931
  7. Albertine Steinway Irish1864 - 1944
Facts and Events
Name George Irish, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth[1] 7 Feb 1810 North Stonington, New London, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 5 Jun 1837 Genesee, Allegany, New York, United Statesto Maria Edgerton Potter
Marriage 27 Nov 1845 Genesee, Allegany, New York, United Statesto Mary Sophia Adams
Death? 2 Jun 1888 Genesee, Allegany, New York, United States
Burial? Allegany, New York, United StatesObi Cemetery
References
  1. North Stonington Vital Records, in Connecticut, United States. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records, 139.

    IRISH, George, Jr., s. George & Betsey, b. Feb. 7, 1810.

  2.   Minard, John Stearns, and Georgia Drew Merrill. Allegany County and its people: a centennial memorial history of Allegany County, New York. (Alfred, N. Y.: W. A. Fergusson & Co., 1896), 896.

    p. 881 In 1830 George Irish of Connecticut and Joseph S. and Ethan P. Crandall of Otsego county came to Dodge's Creek.

    p. 896 George Irish, Jr., son of George and Elizabeth (Babcock) Irish, was born at North Stonington, Conn., Feb. 7, 1810, and in 1830 he came to West Genesee and settled on lot 48, where he took up 165 acres and built his log house and commenced clearing his farm. In 1837 he married Maria Potter. Of their children, Edgar W., and Sarah M. (Mrs. Stanley Potter), are living. George H. died in Andersonville prison in 1864. Mr. Irish was a blacksmith, surveyor, farmer and teacher. Mrs. Irish died in 1844, and Mrs. Irish married second, Mary S., daughter of John and Sophia (Brown) Adams. Mr. Irish died June 2, 1888, and Mrs. Irish in 1889. They had 7 children, Mary E. (Mrs. Byron Alford of Eldred, Pa.), Martha A. (Mrs. Silas G. Burdick of Centralia, Ill.), N. Wardner Irish of Allegany, Viola S. (Mrs. G. P. Carpenter of Centralia, Ill.), Flora B. (Mrs. H. L. Crandall of Farmington, Conn.), Albertine S. (Mrs. E. L. Slocum of Canby, Minn), and Miron C. Irish, who was born July 4, 1855, and married Ellen A., daughter of Samuel P., Jr., and Marian A. (Webber) Crandall.