Person:Adin Burdick (1)

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Adin Burdick
b.29 Jul 1788
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Name Adin Burdick
Gender Male
Birth? 29 Jul 1788 Citation needed age 76 at death
Death[1][2] 30 Aug 1864 Albion, Dane, Wisconsin, United States
Probate[1] Albion, Dane, Wisconsin, United StatesIntestate
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Wisconsin, United States. Wills and Probate Records, 1800-1987: [database on-line]. (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc, 2015)
    [1].

    Heirs:
    Perez C. Burdick
    Julia Ann Head (wife of Samuel C. Head)
    Harriet L. Bentley wife of Wm P. Bentley
    Elisha Burdick
    Josephine Langworthy (wife of Jacob Langworthy)
    Maria Coon (wife of John S. Coon)
    Edward Austin Burdick
    Martha J. Atwood wife of Thomas J. Atwood

  2. The Sabbath Recorder . (New York City, New York; later Plainfield, N. J.)
    20:40:159, October 6, 1864.

    In Albion, Dane Co., Wis., Aug. 30th, 1864, of chronic inflammation of the stomach, Adin Burdick, Esq., aged 76 years. Bro. Burdick professed religion in early life, and united with the First Seventh-day Baptist Church in Brookfield, N. Y., then under the pastoral care of Eld. Harry Clarke. He was one of the members constituting the Third Seventh-day Baptist of Brookfield, for several years from its organization under the pastoral care of Eld. Daniel Coon. He was also among the first who moved to Southern Wisconsin, and settled in Albion. Being one of the first settlers, and the tide of emigration running strong westward, his house became the travelers' home, and many remember the enjoyment and its welcome hospitalities. As a citizen, he was highly esteemed, and served his town in its most important official and useful positions. Bro. Burdick was one of the number who formed the Seventh-day Baptist Church of Albion, of which he remained a useful member until removed by death. He leaves a deeply bereft widow, who has been blind for several years, and several children, all of whom are well settled in life, together with a large circle of relatives and friends, to mourn their loss, but with the infinite consolation, that for him to die was gain; for he rests from his labors, and his works do follow him. J. C.