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From: Joe Cook <>
Subject: [PETTENGILL-L] PETTENGILL Query - NY/MI
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 1998 13:28:38 -0600


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My PETTENGILLs start in New York with John PETTENGILL. He was born abt.
1817 in Cicero, Onondaga Co., New York. He married Charlotte BROWN who
was born in 1821 in Cicero also. About 1850 they moved to Vassar,
Tuscola Co., Michigan. There they raised children. Charlotte died there
in 1888. I was doing some digging on the internet in the Vassar,
Michigan area this morning, and found that there is some mention of
PETTENGILLs there in the 1850s. I will include them here.

This is one of the early schools in the area:

The first school in the town of Juniata was taught in the summer of 1853
by Miss Ellen E. Miller, now wife of Charles R. Seldon of Caro. The
building used was a low log shanty, built by D. G. Wilder to live in,
until he could construct a better habitation. It stood nealy opposite
the present site of the Methodist Episcopal Church, in Watrousville. The
following are the names of pupils who attended this first term of
school: Sarah, Arvilla, and Eliza McGlone, George, Charles and Abraham
Pettingill, Nancy, John and Dall Streeter, Jennie and James King, George
Smith, Mary, Sally, Albert and Emily Schultz, Martha Huntley, Lemuel
Gamble, Jonathan, Clarissa and Salmon Simons, Nelson and Dana Miller,
and Anna Morrell.

Taken from http://www.rootsweb.com/~mituscol/junfir.htm
Contact for this page is: Debbie Axtman

The following are Land entries in Tuscola Co.:

Taken from The History of Tuscola County, Biographical Sketches and
Illustrations, H. R. Page Co., Chicago, 1883. Thanks to Bonnie Petee.

Land entries prior to 1860

Location: township 12 north, range 8 east

Section 1: James Fraser, April 26, 1851; Daniel Kinyon, August 13, 1851;
John Chaffee, August 17,
1852; Hiram Utley, November 13, 1851; August Howell, August 3, 1852.

Section 2: David Kester, September 1, 1851; Matthew Hiller, January 5,
1852; William Patterson,
May 6, 1852; Samuel H. Hewes, July 1, 1852; Samuel Hewes, July 2, 1852;
Lewis K.Van Gieson,
August 10, 1853; Matthew Hiller, April 3, 1855; Warner W. Vanderson,
October 23, 1855.

Section 3: Andrew Hartman, December 8, 1851; Charles Low, January 16,
1852; Ebenezer
Jennings, August 23, 1852; James Van Valkenburgh, November 10, 1852;
James H. Streeter,
August 12, 1853; James King, August 24, 1858; William Burton, December
12, 1854; William D.
Wilson, August 6, 1855.

Section 4: Erastus Marr, Aug 23, 1850; Erastus Marr, June 14, 1852;
Michael Thornton, April 27,
1853; John Borland, December 2, 1853; Aaron Watrous, Jr., December 14,
1853; Franklin Poppin,
January 27, 1854; Charlotte Luther, December 11, 1854.

Section 5: Thomas Rutherford, November 17, 1852; James Gibson, November
19, 1852; James
Gibson, March 22, 1853; David Eaton, October 15, 1851; Gurdon Mathewson,
October 15, 1851;
Jane Blanck, June 23, 1852; Thomas Rutherford, October 27, 1852; Seymour
Winchell, May 10,
1853; Anthony R. Cook, May 10, 1853; Mark Carrington, April 24, 1854.

Section 6: Isaac Hodges, September 5, 1851; William F. Roth, November
15, 1851; Abraham B.
Smith, December 13, 1851; James Edsall, December 13, 1851; Townsend
North, November 17,
1852; Townsend North, December 1, 1852; Henry Hutchinson, January 10,
1853; Andrew Schultz,
December 13, 1853; Mark Carrington, April 25, 1854.

Section 7: William R. Young, April 13, 1852; Porter Edmunds, December
20, 1852; Francis
Rogers, March 29, 1852; Aaron Rogers, Jr., November 29, 1853; Aaron
Rogers, Jr., May 22,
1854.

Section 8: Alexander Thorn, February 27, 1851; Alexander Schackleton,
February 16, 1852; John
Borland, March 3, 1853; Levi Rogers, October 20, 1851; Daniel Gorton,
November 5, 1853; John
Borland, November 26, 1853; Aaron Watrous, Jr., May 22, 1854.

Section 9: Daniel Gorton, June 10, 1850; Hannah McGlone, July 6, 1850;
Erastus Marr, April 30,
1852; Asa Stoddard, January 19, 1852.

Section 10: Jacob Winchell, November 20, 1850; Clarissa Webster,
September 20, 1850; Noah
Felt, April 5, 1852; Darius Hodges, September 19, 1851; Ezra Healey,
December 8, 1851.

Section 11: Martin Watrous and Aaron Watrous, Jr., May 5, 1851; Hiram
Gibbs, March 1, 1852;
Edwin K. Pulsiper, May 6, 1852; Nelson Hewes, May 6, 1852; James
Sanders, May 14, 1852;
Elijah Gibbs, June 19, 1852; David Black, et. al., April 25, 1853.

Section 12: King Allen, October 20, 1851; Henry S. Russell, May 18,
1852; Eli Hyde, June 2,
1852; Amos Andrews, June 2, 1852; Hiram Allen, June 19, 1852; Hiram
Allen, September 15,
1853; Martin Watrous, January 5, 1853; David H. Andrews, November 3,
1853.

Section 13: Martin Watrous and Aaron Watrous, Jr., May 5, 1851; Martin
Watrous, August 23,
1851; Martin Watrous, January 9, 1852; Charles G. Southworth, June 4,
1852; Martin Watrous,
May 19, 1853; Samuel T. Atwater, July 1, 1854; Nelson Kile, April 1,
1858.

Section 14: Martin Watrous and Aaron Watrous, May 5, 1851; Martin
Watrous, August 23, 1851;
John Moore, September 15, 1851; John Latham, September 15, 1851;
Christian Burns,, May 18,
1852; David Gamble, December 1, 1852; Aaron Watrous, Jr., June 16, 1853;
Aaron Watrous, Jr.,
September 13, 1853; Patrick McGlone, August 24, 1855; Patrick McGlone,
November 14, 1856;

Section 15: Daniel G. Wilder, March 16, 1850; Thomas Chapman, October 9,
1850; James B.
Toneray, January 13, 1851; Henry Pettingill, September 20, 1852; Thomas
Wisner, October 14,
1852; Henry Pettingill, April 30, 1853; Aaron Watrous, Jr., May 10,
1853.

Section 16: E. Briggs, May 4, 1851; James Gotham, September 15, 1851; S.
Andrews, September
15, 1851; Lot Wilder, October 27, 1852; P. H. Rickert, October 4, 1853;
Aaron Watrous, January
13, 1859; Lot Wilder, December 19, 1853; D. R. Sortwell, December 30,
1853.

Section 17: Townsend North, February 14, 1846.

Section 18: Townsend North, February 14, 1846.

Section 19: Townsend North, February 14, 1846.

Section 20: Townsend North, February 14, 1846.

Section 21: Alfred Moore, November 29, 1850; Alfred Moore, May 3, 1851;
Alfred Moore, April
30, 1851; Aaron Watrous, June 29, 1853; Alfred Moore, November 22, 1849.

Section 22: Gearhart Kile, April 10, 1852; Martin Watrous, May 19, 1853;
Aaron Watrous, Jr.,
June 4, 1853; Lafayette Wilder, March 15, 1855; Stephen G. Miller,
October 29, 1857.

Section 23: Russell Merrill, March 29, 1856; William Fenner, August 11,
1856; Martin Watrous,
November 16, 1858; Martin Watrous, November 17, 1858.

Section 24: Gardner D. Williams and James Fraser, February 11, 1857;
David Robinson,
September 30, 1851; Samuel T. Atwater, July 1, 1854; Martin Watrous,
December 28, 1854;
William Fenner, November 6, 1855.

Section 25: Gardner D. Williams and James Fraser, Februry 11, 1837;
Samuel T. Atwater, July 1,
1854; William King, August 11, 1856; Moses B. Hess, August 26, 1856.

Section 26: Douglass Houghton, May 10, 1836; Martin Watrous, February
23, 1853; William King,
August 11, 1856; Edmund H. Hazelton, August 21, 1856.

Section 27: Horace C. Babcock, December 7, 1852; Martin Watrous, January
5, 1853; Daniel
Castle, January 22, 1853; Martin Watrous, August 2, 1853; Joshua D.
Smith, August 23, 1853;
Henry D. Braddock, November 14, 1855.

Section 28: Stephen J. Miller, October 29, 1857; Aaron Watrous, August
5, 1858; Aaron Watrous,
November 23, 1858.

Section 29: Alfred Moore, May 3, 1851; Thomas Rutherford, February 10,
1852; Benjamin Ames,
February 6, 1852; Aaron Watrous, Jr., December 14, 1853; Wm. Allen,
August 31, 1855; Joseph
Gamble, June 11, 1859; Aaron Watrous, August 5, 1858.

Section 30: James M. Edwards, February 28, 1850;James M. Edwards, April
19, 1850; James M.
Edwards, April 28, 1850; Townsend North, February 14, 1846.

Section 31: Sabin Gibbs, November 22, 1850; Ezra A. and James G.
Belknap, December 17,
1850; Timothy Showerman, June 6, 1851; Rufus Brown, June 6, 1851;Amos
Parks, January 13,
1853; Alonzo P. Rowland, November 6, 1855.

Section 32: David Ringle, August 22, 1853; Norman W. Perkins, August 25,
1854; Silas Rieh,
August 10, 1855; Alonzo P. Rowland, November 6, 1855; Norman W. Perkins,
February 11,
1856; John Chase, September 27, 1858.

Section 33: David Ringle, August 22, 1853; Levi Fairchild, November 10,
1855; John Terwilliger,
December 18, 1855; John J. McDougall, June 22, 1857.

Section 34: Gardner D. Williams and James Fraser, February 11, 1837;
Daniel Castler, January 22,
1853; Henry D. Braddock, November 14, 1855; Susan Miller, August 18,
1858.

Section 35: Douglass Houghton, May 10, 1836; Edmund H. Hazelton, August
21, 1856; Mary E.
Berry, August 24, 1857; John Bourn, December 9, 1859.

Section 36: Douglas Houghton, May 10, 1836; Daniel D. Dewey, March 13,
1854; Joshua D.
Smith, James M. Bladwin and David G. Slafter, May 26, 1854; Moses B.
Hess, August 30, 1856.

Taken from: http://www.rootsweb.com/~mituscol/junlnd.htm
Respond to:

....and a short sketch of an early family in Tuscola Co.:

SANFORD HINES was born in Montgomery County, N. Y., in 1817,living there
until seven years of age, when he went with his father to Onondaga
County where he engaged in farming and boating till 1865, when he came
to Michigan and located on the farm where he now resides, and which he
mostly cleared with his own hands. He was married in 1850 to Miss Amanda
Pettingill, of Cicero, Onondaga County. N. Y., and has eight children.
Of three sons, one is married and resides in the township of Millington,
and of the daughters, three are married and live in the immediate
vicinity of the homestead.

Taken from: http://www.rootsweb.com/~mituscol/junbioa-j.htm
Contact: Debbie Axtman

Thanks so much for taking the time to look at this. Anybody with
PETTENGILL people in New York or Michigan, please contact me.

Sincerely, Joe Cook
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