__ | _Eli COUCH __________| | | | |__ | | |--Samuel P. COUCH | (1826 - ....) | __ | | |_Harriet ST. JOHN ___| | |__
 Was a farmer in Montour Falls, NY. He was living with the Giles PLATTfamily in 1900, when he was 74. In 1910 Samuel was living in thehousehold of Coral MEEKS and 2nd wife Ella (Eleanor) Platt MEEKS -called an uncle on the census.
_BERNARD (PETER) GREENAN _+ | (.... - 1925) m 1887 _PETER GREENAN ______| | (1897 - 1971) m 1925| | |_MARY BRYANS \ O'BRIEN ___+ | (1863 - 1938) m 1887 | |--Eugene GREENAN | (1945 - ....) | _JAMES MCGUINN ___________+ | | (1870 - ....) m 1895 |_JOSEPHINE MCGUINN __| (1902 - 2001) m 1925| |_BELLE MCMANAMALY ________+ m 1895
 He is a dairy farmer in Killycoonagh, with his wife Aideen. They have5 children: Darren (& his wife Fidelma)-now in Dublin; Fabian; Olan;Lucinda & Blanche.
 Some family research places his birth in Maine, though his family didlive in Mass. for some time. The marriage record for his son Charlesgives the Mass. birthplace. Charles also indicated on the 1920 censusthat his father's birthplace was Mass., so Charles believed this to betrue.
_John MALLETTE ______+ | (1663 - 1745) m 1695 _Peter MALLETTE _____| | (1712 - 1760) | | |_Johanna LYON _______ | (1663 - 1764) m 1695 | |--Mary MALLETTE | (1738 - 1801) | _____________________ | | |_Mary BOOTH _________| | |_____________________
 David was born 1731, died 1818.
_ANDREW MCCUTCHEON __+ | m 1760 _GEORGE MCCUTCHEON __| | (.... - 1846) m 1785| | |_JANE\JEAN ADAIR ____ | m 1760 | |--ANNA MCCUTCHEON | | _____________________ | | |_NANCY ROBERTSON ____| m 1785 | |_____________________
Robertson cemetery, Tompkins co., NY has this inscription:
Mrs. Mary Ann, daughter of George & Nancy McCUTCHEON & wife of AbrahamSNYDER,
died May 7, 1836, ag'd 36 years 11 m's & 2 days
Perhaps this is the same as "Anna" in George's probate records?
Mary Ann and Abraham Snyder had at least Chancey (died age 4) andJared (died as a baby).
_Thomas Burdick MITCHELL __ | m 1925 _John Stuart MITCHELL _| | (1928 - ....) m 1950 | | |_Mildred Elizabeth STUART _+ | (1905 - 1962) m 1925 | |--Karen Lynn MITCHELL | (1956 - ....) | ___________________________ | | |_Phyllis Jean DUNBAR __| m 1950 | |___________________________
Richard was born in Horseheads, NY, 10 December 1926. He died 5
January 1984 in Savannah, GA at 57 years of age. His body was
interred January 1984, Hillcrest Abby Cemetary, Savannah, GA.
 Mark Thompson was born in Savannah, GA 20 July 1956.
In 1850 there was a Nathan & Huldah SMITH (& dau Lucy age 23) of theright age living a few doors from Jane Ann SMITH (21) & her husbandIra B. MEEKS in Cayuta (who were newlyweds).
From an Obit? --
Nathan SMITH of Newfield, Tompkins co., NY died 10 September 1871
Widow: Huldah of Canton, Bradford County, Pa.
[surviving?] daus: Catharine w/o Herman B. PALMER of Newfield andCornelia w/o Joshua J. DENMARK of Canton, Pa. deceased had a pension.[Tompkins co., NY GenWeb]
Herman B. PALMER, of Newfield, Tompkins co., NY was born in Orangecounty, October 12, 1822, a son of Daniel PALMER. On July 1, 1846, hemarried Catharine SMITH, of this county, a daughter of Nathan SMITH, anative of Dutchess county, having removed to this locality in 1832, bywhom he had three children: Sarah J., who died aged eighteen months;Lucy M. and Helen L., both of whom live at home, and both are artistsin oil. Mrs. PALMER died in April, 1891. [from the book Landmarks ofTompkins co., NY by Selkreg, 1894]
There was a Nathan SMITH in 1830 in Phillips, Putnam co., NY, with adaughter of the right age.
In 1840 there was a Nathan SMITH in Newfield, Tompkins co., NY with adau the right age.
From Mormon website: Nathan Smith (of Cayuta) was b. 05 July 1789 andd. 10 Sep 1871, son of Jacob Smith (b. 18 Sep 1762 in Amawalk,Westchester co., NY, served in Rev. War in Westchester Countymilitia), Jacob d. 1 Dec 1838 (also in Cayuta Cem.) and Rachel Ferris(b. 09 Apr 1765 in Stanwich or Stanton, Fairfield co., CT). MarriedRachel on 31 Oct 1784 and she d. 25 Jan 1845 but not seen in Cayutacemetery. Jacob Smith was son of Samuel Smith.
R. B. DENMARK, proprietor of saw and planing mill, Grover, is a nativeof Chemung county, N. Y., and was born March 10, 1851, a son of J. J.and Cornelia (Smith) Denmark, natives of Chemung county and of nearWest Point, N.Y., respectively. J. J. Denmark was a carpenter andjoiner by trade, and died in Canton township in 1882, in hissixty-third year; Mrs. Denmark still survives him and resides inCanton. The grandfather, Christopher Denmark, settled in Chemungcounty, N. Y., and died in Union township, Tioga Co., Pa. The paternalgrandfather, Nathan Smith, was a native of New York, and died inTompkins county; he was a soldier in the War of 1812. R. B. Denmark,who is the sixth in order of birth in a family of seven children, wasreared in Chemung county until three years of age, when the familyremoved to Union township, Tioga Co., Pa., where they resided sevenyears; then went to Fallbrook, and from there to Grover, where theyresided about four years, and then came to Canton. Our subject was inN. S. Denmark’s furniture factory nine years, and in S. J. Hickcox’splaning-mill, also nine years. He then removed to Grover, and built asawmill, but, selling his interest, he went to Kentucky and wasforeman for the Hixson & Roddourn Lumber Company one year; then movedto Newfield, N. Y., and was in the lumber business there six months.Returning to Grover, he has since resided here. Mr. Denmark wasmarried in Monroeton, in 1871, to Anna, daughter of James and Maria(Williams) Jones, natives of Pennsylvania; she is the seventh in orderof birth in a family of eight children, and was born in Cantontownship, March 27, 1850. To Mr. and Mrs. Denmark were born fourchildren: Myrtie, Ralph (deceased), Carrie May and Jennie. Mr. Denmarkis a member of the I. O. O. F., Canton Lodge, No. 321, and also of theEncampment, No. 185, Canton. Politically he is a Republican.
1880 census, Canton:
85 91 Denmark Ruphus B. 29 M hus planning mill PA NY NY
85 91 Emma 29 F wife housekeeper PA PA PA
85 91 Myrtia 6 F dau PA PA PA
85 91 May 11m F dau PA PA PA
Denmark Cornelia A. Nov 26, 1818 February 6, 1909 wife of J.J.Denmark
[Park Cemetery, older sections, Canton, Bradford co., PA]
Denmark, Cornelia A., (Grover) widow Joshua J., bds with Hulda A.[Denmark]
[1900 Canton, PA township directory]
War of 1812 Discharge Certificates [NARA website]
Smith, Nathan 1815 33rd Inf.
Smith, Nathan 1815 45th Inf. Capt. Daniel Holden's Co.
Smith, Nathan 1815 1st Artillery Capt. John B. Walbach's Co.
Smith, Nathan C. 1815 14th Inf. Capt. Reuben Gilder's Co.
Index of Award on Claims of the Soldiers of the War of 1812:
Number 2,561 - Smith, Nathan - Residence: Newfield, Tompkins Co., NY -Amt = 55.00
_JOHN STUART ________+ | (1777 - 1855) m 1802 _Matthew Jerome STUART _| | (1822 - 1912) m 1859 | | |_SUSANNAH STONE _____+ | (1782 - 1861) m 1802 | |--Dora Bell STUART | (1872 - 1943) | _____________________ | | |_Hulda Maria PORTER ____| (1840 - 1912) m 1859 | |_____________________
_Nickolaus ZURBRICK _+ | (1819 - 1886) m 1848 _Peter B. ZURBRICK __| | (1850 - ....) m 1878| | |_Catherine ZURBRICK _+ | (1824 - ....) m 1848 | |--Estill L. ZURBRICK | (1902 - ....) | _____________________ | | |_Louisa _____________| (1857 - ....) m 1878| |_____________________
_Jacob ZURBRICK _____________________+ | (1845 - 1924) _Edward Leander ZURBRICK _| | (1876 - 1957) | | |_Katharine (Kate) LATCHER \LATSCHAR _+ | (1850 - 1925) | |--Viola ZURBRICK | (1907 - ....) | _Joseph\Jasep APPEL _________________ | | (1843 - ....) m 1881 |_Anna L. MARTIN (APPEL) __| (1878 - 1945) | |_Kunigunde __________________________ (1850 - ....) m 1881
 She was a year older than her sister Laura.
_Johannes ZURBRUGG __+ | (1739 - ....) m 1759 _Peter ZURBRUGG _____| | (1768 - ....) m 1804| | |_Elsbeth GERMANN ____ | m 1759 | |--Johann ZURBRUGG | (1807 - ....) | _____________________ | | |_Cathri BIRCHER _____| (1785 - ....) m 1804| |_____________________