PIONEER AMES FAMILY


 
1.  HORACE AMES  was born about 1791, in Massachusetts.  During the War
of 1812 he served as a private in Captain Elisha Camps Company of Artillery
attached to the regiment commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Bellinger, New York
Militia.  Horace Ames died 19 March 1855, and is buried in the Burnett Corners
Cemetery near Burnett, Dodge County, Wisconsin.

He married (1) unknown.

Children of first marriage, AMES:
    
     2     i   LOVISA AMES

     3    ii   HENRY HORACE AMES

     4   iii   ALFRED AMES

He married (2) on 29 October, 1834, at Ellisburg, Jefferson County, NY, Martin
E. Cook, Minister of the Gospel, officiating.  

HANNAH BELL who was born about 1801 in Massachusetts.  Following
their marriage they lived in Hounsfield and Henderson in Jefferson County.
The 1830 census for New York lists five male and four female children living
with Horace Ames.  These are probably children by his first wife (name
unknown).

Children of the second marriage, order of birth unknown, AMES:

     5     i   ADOLPHUS AMES

     6    ii   son AMES

     7   iii   daughter AMES

     8    iv   daughter AMES

 

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