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From: "Susan" <>
Subject: Egbert Chatfield
Date: Sun, 9 May 2004 09:13:13 -0400
I hope you all enjoyed my postings of the trial. Egbert Chatfield was
nephew to my great grandmother.
In Dec. 1899 he was again in trouble, this time caught poaching in
Geneseo, Livingston Co. Then in May 1914 he was caught fishing
illegally in Irondequoit Bay. He was fined $40 or 40 days in the
This is what his father was like according to my great aunt's comments
to her daughter.
1. Edgar Chatfield was called "old Chat" and was rather mean, Mom
remembers her mother (Fannie) and grandmother (Letitia) talking about
old Chat and one of them saying "that sounds like old Chat, he would
have stuck her head in the oven".
2. The other thing that old Chat did: His wife had 2 pair of shoes,
daily and good for Sunday. He would mark with a piece of chalk on the
soles of the good shoes after she wore them on Sunday,
May 30, 1900 newspaper announces the marriage of Egbert to Merina
DeGraaf. We have her as Minnie DeGraft.
My papers show Egbert died October 22, 1917.
Sue - researching: Adams, Annis, Betts, Bien, Bingham, Campbell,
Chatfield, Clark, Dowe, Duffy, Gebhardt, Hauser, Hawley, Hays,
Johnstone, Kammer, Lawson, LeVan, Levis, Luckhurst, McCracken,
Molyneaux, Phelps, Schlegel, Thompson, Trow, Utz, Wagner, Wahl, White
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