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Date: Thu, 8 Apr 2004 13:30:15 EDT
Descendants of John De Vere
Generation No. 1
1. JOHN1 DE VERE was born Abt. 1824, and died 1863 in Dundaff, New York. He
married CATHERINE C. HUNT Abt. 1848 in New York State. She was born March
27, 1826 in Ellenville, New York, died March 10, 1916 in Port Jervis, New York.
Notes for JOHN DE VERE:
Absolutely NO sign of a John Devere, Vere, Vandervear, any soundexed
spelling, 1850, 1860--in NY or PA. Tried Durr, Dier, Duryea, anything close, either in
spelling or locale.
No sign of a Catherine DeVere, any spelling, 1850 thru 188o--when she should
show up as a widow, in 1870, at least. No Deveres in PA, other than a
Rachel--1860. Statewide. Louisa/L./ L.A., Laura, was abt 6 in 1860, and 16 in 1870,
she does not show in anyone's household, under any spelling, in either NY or
Very odd she would miss the census all the time. Even tried
Jackson--thinking she'd accidentally been listed under Andrew Jackson, the said to be other
husband of Catherine (Hunt) Devere.
Child of JOHN DE VERE and CATHERINE HUNT is:
2. i. LOUISE A.2 DEVERE, b. June 28, 1854, Wayne Co., Pennsylvlania; d.
September 17, 1922, Hotchkiss, Colorado.
Generation No. 2
2. LOUISE A.2 DEVERE (JOHN1 DE VERE) was born June 28, 1854 in Wayne Co.,
Pennsylvlania, and died September 17, 1922 in Hotchkiss, Colorado. She married
GEORGE N. LORD Abt. 1872 in Hales Eddy, New York, son of JOHN LORD and ELLA
UNKNOWN. He was born Bet. 1851 - 1852 in Lordville, Delaware Co., New York,
and died Bef. 1920 in Wisconsin.
Notes for LOUISE A. DEVERE:
Household Record 1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's
Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
George R. LORD Self M Male W 34 PA Farmer PA PA
Louisa A. LORD Wife M Female W 25 PA Keeping House PA PA
Daniel N. LORD Son S Male W 6 NY PA PA
Carrie May LORD Dau S Female W 5 NY PA PA
Abram D. LORD Son S Male W 2 WI PA PA
Census Place Hay River, Dunn, Wisconsin
Fam Hist Lib Film 1255424 NA Film T9-1424 Page 177A
Louise was in Ashland, WI with her son, A.D. Lord, when her mother died back
in NY state (1916)
Appears to be listed as Laura A. lord, 1920 CO census. She is buried
Hotchkiss Cemetery, having moved to Colorado some time after the death of
Notes for GEORGE N. LORD:
Contact for this line is (2000)
George living with Abraham Lord, his family, on the 1855 New York State
Census, is listed as "grandchild, born in Delaware Co.," In 1860, he is with his
He appears to have followed his Uncle, Charles Lord, to Wisconsin, living
He entered land in Dunn Co., Wisconsin:
Patentee: GEORGE N LORD
Land Office: 04
Document Number: 2673
Miscellaneous Document Number: 4091
Act or Treaty of May 20, 1862
Statutory Reference: 12 Stat. 392
Entry Classification: Homestead Entry Orig.
Signature Date: 1883/02/10
Description Number: 1
Aliquot Parts: SW
Section Number: 18
Sequence Number: 1
Township: 30 N
Range: 13 W
Block Number: 0
Base Line: 46
Total Acres: 0.0000
Fractional Section: N
Subsurface Rights Reserved: N
Metes and Bounds Description: N
Cancelled Document: N
Multiple Patentee(s): N
Multiple Warrantee(s): N
Accession Number: WI0600__.136
Image Name: 00007379
Image Type: P
Volume ID: 041
Total Page: 1
1880 Federal Census, pg. 177A, (#T9-1424) Dunn Co., Wisc., the family is
shown with George, Louisa A., both b. PA, and 3 of the children. Sometime later,
the Lords all moved into Ashland Co., Wisc. where George, his sons, are
buried. There are 2 Mt. Hope Cemeteries.
Children of LOUISE DEVERE and GEORGE LORD are:
i. UNKNOWN3 LORD.
ii. DANIEL N. LORD, b. August 08, 1872, Lordville, Delaware Co., New
York; d. July 16, 1900, Ashland, Wisconsin (26 y 11 m 8 d).
Notes for DANIEL N. LORD:
Daniel was a telegrapher for the Wisconsin Central Railroad. He was single,
died of tuberculosis, according to his death certificate, and his burial
permit for Mt. Hope Cemetery is #569.
iii. CARRIE MAY LORD, b. 1875, Delaware Co., New York.
iv. ABRAM D. LORD, b. 1878, Hay River, Dunn Co., Wisconsin.
v. JOHN LORD, b. December 01, 1882, Lordville, Delaware Co., New York;
d. July 19, 1902, Ashland Co., Wisconsin (20y 8m 19d).
Notes for JOHN LORD:
John also died of tuberculosis, was a laborer, single, and his burial permit
for Mt. Hope Cemetery is #1188.