80. Andrew Sickles NORWOOD652,653 was born on 11 September 1770 in New York, NY, NY.654,655,656,657,658 He was baptized on 16 September 1770 in First & Second Presbyterian Church, New York City, NY, NY.659 On 22 June 1793 he was an Upholsterer at 13 William Street, New-York in New York, NY, NY.660 On 10 August 1793 Andrew was an Upholsterer at 31 Beekman Street in New York, NY, NY.661 In 1794 he was an upholsterer in New York, NY, NY.662 He was appointed as a juror in a New York City court case. on 10 May 1794 663 Andrew formed new partnership with Godfrey Kant on 1 August 1794 in New York, NY, NY.664 In 1795 he was a Norwood & Kent, upholsterers at 35 Beekman in New York, NY, NY.665 He lived in New York, NY, NY in 1796.666 On 27 May 1796 Andrew was a dissolved partnership with Kant - continues on own in New York, NY, NY.667 In 1796 he was an upholsterer at 127 William Street in New York, NY, NY.668 In 1797 he was an Upholsterer at 127 William Street in New York, NY, NY.669 On 2 June 1798 Andrew was an Upholsterer, and more at 127 William Street in New York, NY, NY.332,670 He pocket book lost on 18 July 1799 at 127 William Street in New York, NY, NY.671 He Bank notes and checks stolen on 17 January 1802 at 127 William Street in New York, NY, NY.672 Andrew lived carpet store at 132 William in New York, NY, NY in 1803.673 He lived in 127 William Street, New York City, NY, NY on 4 March 1803.674 He witnessed the naturalization of James Johnston in 1803 in New York, NY, NY675 On 8 August 1803 Andrew was a carpet merchant in New York, NY, NY.676 He owned on 30 April 1804 in 132 William St, New York City, NY, NY.677 In 1805 he was a Carpet Store at 132 William in New York, NY, NY.352 In 1806 Andrew was a carpet-store, 132 William in New York, NY, NY.678 On 20 June 1806 he was an agent for Andrew Ray & Co in 132 William St, New York City, NY, NY.679 He was appointed juror for trial of Samuel G Odgen. in July 1806 680,681 In 1807 Andrew was a broker/agent/owner of packet ships in New York, NY, NY.682 He founded the Fifth Ave. Presbyterian Church in 1807 in New York, NY, NY.683 On 8 May 1809 he was an importer in New York, NY, NY.684 Andrew formed a business partnership with George Austin on 8 June 1809 in New York, NY, NY.685,686 He was appointed Ward committe to solicit support for the poor on 22 December 1813 687 He lived in 26 Vesey St, New York City, NY, NY in 1814.688 In 1814 Andrew was a merchant in 71 Pine St, New York City, NY, NY.689 He was elected as a Director on the board of the New-York Manufacturing Co. on 5 July 1814 in New York, NY, NY.690,691 He lived in New York, NY, NY in 1815.692,693 New York 18th Jany 1815
Your favor of the 16th Inst is at hand. The price you mention say $16,000 is far above the amount I contemplate giving for a summer retreat. I find I have formed an erroneous opinion of the value which was founded on a purchase made by a Friend of mine about a year ago. Mr Joseph Dedderer purchased a good Farm of between 4 & 500 acres of Land and a good House, at Rockland Lake, for about $13,0000, which is nearly opposite Mount Plesant it appears that the value of Farm principally consist in the Building. I hope will pardon me for giving you this unprofitable trouble, which certainly would have been avoided had there been a reference to some person in the City.
I remain with respect
Your most obedient servant
Joshua Brook Esqr
Joshua Brookes Esqr
Near Landing or Mount Plesant
New York Andrew was elected as Director - New-York Mfg Co on 4 July 1815 in New York, NY, NY.694 He owned two lots on 16 February 1816 in 13 Broad St, New York City, NY, NY.695 In 1817 he was a Ship owner in New York, NY, NY.696 On 20 October 1817 Andrew was an importer of goods in New York, NY, NY.696,697 He thanks from the fire department on 31 December 1817 in New York, NY, NY.698 On 21 January 1818 he was an importer of goods/possibly part owner, investor in New York, NY, NY.699 Andrew was appointed election inspector for the 3d Ward on 15 April 1819 700 701 He lived in New York, NY, NY in 1820.702 He was elected as Director of the board of Aetna Fire Insurance Co. on 1 May 1824 in New York, NY, NY.703 On 23 June 1827 Andrew was a Board of Directors, Traders' Insurance Co. in New York, NY, NY.704 He owned a lot on Second Street on 16 April 1833 in New York, NY, NY.705 He owned property next to Simeon Cuddeback before 1835 in Skaneateles, Onondaga, NY.706 Andrew Donation to Gerrit Storm for Mr. Delanoy on 10 May 1836 in New York, NY, NY.707 Cornelius Heyer $10
Jno B Miller 10
Andrew S Norwood 5
The above named Gentlemen have paid
into the hands of G Storm the sums oppo-
site their respective names for the benefit
of their old friend and Schoolmaster Mr Jno Delanoy
- The amount $25 is now Cheerfully
handed over to Mr Delanoy by his very
Tuesday May 10th 1836 He lived at 165 Twelfth in New York, NY, NY in 1840.708 He Loss of certificates on 7 April 1841 in New York, NY, NY.709 In 1845 Andrew was an upholsterer - at two places of business in New York, NY, NY.710,711 He owned a house and lot of land before 1852 in Skaneateles, Onondaga, NY.712 He signed a will on 24 February 1853 in New York, NY, NY.713 (Page 1) In the Name of God, Amen. I Andrew S Norwood of the City of New York late merchant being at present of a sound disposing mind memory and understanding, but conscious of the uncertainty of human life, and desirous of making a suitable disposition of all such worldly estate as I may leave behind me, have thought proper to make and in and by these presents I do make execute and publish my last will and testament in manner and form following : That is to say, First: I hereby revoke and disallow every other and former will testament and codicil by me heretofore made executed or published. Second: I hereby order and direct all just debts and funeral and testamentary charges be paid as soon after my decease as can conveniently be done. Three: I hereby give and bequeath unto my dearly beloved wife Rebecca Norwood all and singular my household and kitchen furniture, plate, plated ware, beds, bedding, linen, provisions, groceries and other articles used by me for household keeping for her own use and benefit forever. Also the whole income of my real and personal estate. For her comfortable support and maintenance during her natural life. Fourth: I do hereby give and bequeath unto my two sons Carlisle Norwood and Andrew G. Norwood the whole of my (Page 2) library, books and papers of every description, except Bonds and Mortgages or certificates of Stock or promissory notes or any papers that may be evidence of property of any kind that I may have claim against at the time of my death leaving it to them to divide between themselves as they may think proper, after the death of my wife. Fifth: I do hereby order and direct that as soon after the decease of my wife as may be practicable and desirable, or during her life if with her consent or convenience of my executors, or the survivor of them, so at his or there (sic) discretion, sell convey all and singular my estate both real and personal, either at public or private sale, and either for cash or upon credit, or partly for cash and partly upon credit, and convert the same into money and I also direct that ten thousand dollars of the proceeds are to be invested into State Stock or loaned on Bond and Mortgage. The proceeds which are for the support and maintainence (sic) of my daughter Jane Schuyler Norwood during her natural life, and the whole of the remainder of the proceeds of my estate to be divided into four parts, one fourth part to go to my son Carlisle Norwood and fourth part to my son Andrew G. Norwood, and one fourth part to my daughter Catharine Jung, and one fourth part to my daughter Emily Christian Macy, and whereas my wife Rebecca Norwood holds a certain bond or obligation bearing date the second day of October in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight hundred and forty nine executed to her by my son Andrew G Norwood for the just and full sum of three thousand five (page 3) five hundred and eighty dollars and forty nine cents, with interest from the date thereof payable half yearly at the rate of seven per cent per annum (it being the last proceeds from her father's estate). That is to be deducted from my son Andrew G Norwood's share of my estate. To my two grand children, Rebecca Jane Norwood and Douglas Norwood, children of my deceased son Alexander Norwood as soon as the youngest of them becomes twenty two years of age and I do hereby declare and direct that the provision here made viz ten thousand dollars for the support and maintainance (sic). of my daughter Jane Schuyler Norwood during her life be after her death equally divided and paid over to them provided the youngest of them be twenty two years of age, but not until then. And I do hereby declare that the provisions here made for my daughters and granddaughter is given to them as and for seperate (sic) estate to hold and enjoy them as seperate (sic) estate from the controle (sic) and not liable to or for the debts or engagements of any husband and either of them may have. Sixth: I do hereby constitute and appoint my friend Washington R Vermilye of the City and my son Carlisle Norwood and my son Andrew G Norwood as my executors in conjunction with my wife or the survivor of them, do at their discretion sell and convey (Page 4) convey all and singular my real and personal estate at such times as they shall think proper, and also fulfill all and every contract for the sale of real estate maid by me during my lifetime. In witness whereof I have to these presents set my hand and seal this the Twenty fourth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty three. Feby. 24 - 1853. A S Norwood SS Signed by the said testator Andrew S Norwood at the end hereof and by him sealed executed published and acknowledged as and for his last will and testament in our presence who in his presents and at his request was in the presence of each other have hereto subscribed our respectively as attesting witnesses adding to our respective signatures the place of our residences the day year lastly above written. John Denham, 169 16th St. William Denham No 139 West 17 St in the City of New York Andrew Deposition - Revolutionary War on 20 May 1854 in New York, NY, NY.714,715,716 He signed a will on 21 April 1855 in New York, NY, NY.717 I Andrew S Norwood of the City of New York late merchant, having duly made, executed and published my last will and testament bearing date the twenty fourth day of February in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty three, have thought proper to made and execute and in and by these presents I now do make and execute the following, as and for a codicil thereto, and direct the same to added thereto and to form part and parcel thereof as follows that is to say. I do hereby revoke and disallow the following devise and bequest to my daughter Emily Christian Macy contained in the fifth clause of my said will in the words following, "one fourth part to my daughter Emily Christian Macy" and in the place and stead thereof I hereby give devise and bequeath the said fourth part, being the fourth part of the remainder of the proceeds of my estate, directed by my said will to be divided into four parts to my two sons Carlisle Norwood and Andrew G Norwood as trustees and in trust for my said daughter Emily Christian Macy and I herby direct them to invest the same in their name as such trustees during her lifetime and to collect and receive the income thereof and pay over such income, being the net amount thereof from time to time to her during her natural life for her own separate use and benefit and upon her own separate receipt or receipts, whether married or unmarried and not to be liable in any way for the debts and engagements of her present or any future husband, and upon her decease to pay over and distribute the capital thereof to and among her children who may be living at the time of her decease, and the issue then living of any deceased child or children of her, her said children taking their portions thereof in equal shares and the issue of any deceased child of hers taking their portions thereof in equal shares by representation that is to say the same share as the deceased parent would have taken if then living. In all other respects I do hereby ratify confirm and republish my said last will and testament, and as the same was made and executed with the full knowledge and approbation of my wife, who is now deceased. I am desirous that the same should stand and take effect in all respects except only so far as it is modified by this codicil. In witness whereof I have to these presents set my hand and seal this twenty first day of April eighteen hundred and fifty five. 1855 in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty five. A S Norwood SS - Signed by the Testator Andrew S Norwood and by him sealed, executed and declared as and for a codicil to his last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at his request and in the presence of each other have hereto subscribed our respective names as attesting witnesses writing opposite our signatures our respective places of residence the day and year lastly above written. The words "use and benefit and upon her own separate" on the second page being first stricken out. John Denham 169 W 16th St William Denham No 159 W 17th St. He died of scrofulosis on 14 November 1856 at the age of 86 in New York, NY, NY.654,718,719,720,721,722,723,724,725,726,727 Andrew was buried on 16 November 1856 at New York City Marble Cemetery in New York, NY, NY.728,729,730 He had his estate probated on 19 November 1856 in New York, NY, NY.731,732,733 Liber 14
19 Nov 1856 - NY, NY Surrogates Court, Liber 189 p. 169
Be it remembered that heretofore to wit on the Nineteenth day of November in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six Carlisle Norwood and Andrew G. Norwood executors named in the last will and testament of Andrew S Norwood late of the City of New York deceased appeared in open Court before Alexander W Bradford Surrogate of the County of New York and made application to have the said last will and testament which relates to both real and personal estate proved and on such application the Surrogate did as certain by satisfactory evidence who were the heirs and next of kin of said deceased and their respective residences and some of them appearing to be minors having no general guardian residing in the State of New York a special guardian was appointed in due form of law to take care of their interests in the matter of proving said will by an order duly entered for that purpose by said Surrogate and said Surrogate did thereupon issue a citation directed to said heirs next of kin and special guardian by their respective names stating their places of residence requiring them to appear before said Surrogate at his office in the City of New York on the Second day of December then next to attend the probate of said will and afterwards to wit on the said Second day of December satisfactory evidence by affidavit was ?? and presented to said Surrogate of the service of the said citation in the mode prescribed by law and on that day no one appearing to oppose the probate of said will such proceedings were thereupon had afterwards that said Surrogate took the proofs of said will hereinafter set forth and upon this Second day of December in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six he adjudged said will to be a valid will of real and personal estate and the proofs thereof to be sufficient. Which said last will and testament and proofs are as follows that is to say -
Last Will and Testament, dated 24 February 1853
Codicil - Last Will and Testament, dated 21 April 1855
In the matter of proving the last will and testament of Andrew S Norwood deceased as a will of real and personal estate.
Examination of Witnesses Sworn and examined in the above entitled matter, County of New York to wit: John Denham of the City of New York being duly sworn as a witness in the above entitled matter and examined on behalf of the applicant to prove said will says: I was well acquainted with Andrew S Norwood now deceased. I knew the above named decedent for fifteen years before his death. The subscription of the name of said decedent to the instrument now shown to me and offered for probate as his last will and testament and bearing date the Twenty fourth day of February in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty three was acknowledged to have been made by the decedent at the City of New York in the presence of myself and William Denham the other prescribing witness. At the time of making such acknowledgment of such subscription the said decedent declared the said instrument so subscribed by him to be his last will and testament and I therefore signed my name as a witness at the end of said instrument at the request of said decedent and in his presence. The aid decedent at the time of so executing said instrument was upwards of the age of twenty one years and of sound mind memory and understanding and not under any restraint or in any respect incompetent to devise real estate. I also saw said William Denham the other attesting witness sign his name as a witness at the end of said will and know that he did so at the request of said decedent and in his presence. And I further state that the subscription of the name of said decedent to the instrument was shown to me and offered for probate as a codicil to his last will and testament and bearing date the Twenty first day of April in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five. Was acknowledged to have been made by the decedent at the City of New York in the presence of myself and said William Denham the other subscribing witness. At the time of making such acknowledgment of such subscription the said decedent declared the said instrument so subscribed by him to be a codicil to his last will and testament and I therefore signed my name as a witness at the end of said instrument at the request of said decedent and in his presence. The said decedent at the time of so executing said instrument was upward of the age of twenty one years and of sound mind memory and understanding and not under any restraint or in any respect incompetent to devise real estate. I also saw said William Denham the other attesting witness sign his name as a witness at the end of said codicil to said will and know that he did so at the request of said decedent and in his presence in the City of New York.
Recorded the preceeding last will and testament and codicil thereto of Andrew S Norwood deceased as a will of real and personal estate together with the proofs and examinations taken and had in the Court of the Surrogate if the County of New York relating to the last will and testament, which said Record is hereby singed and certified by me pursuant to the provisions of the Revised Statutes the Second day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.
Sworn this 2nd day of December 1856 before me A W Bradford. He had his estate probated on 25 December 1858 in New York, NY, NY.734,735 "Old Merchants of New York City" by Walter Barrett, Clerk, New York: Carleton, Publisher, 413 Broadway, 1863:
"A new jury was drawn up, viz: Joseph Strong, Benjamin Butler, William Coit, James McConell, David A Cunningham, James Palmer, Jr, John Bachellor, Ezra Weeks, John P Groshon, John McPhie, William Dunstan, and Andrew S Norwood.
In researching through old newspaper files from 1794 through 1820, Andrew S Norwood's name was in the papers daily either as receiving household items (carpets, etc) on a ship that had arrived at the NY harbor or in advertising his various commercial establishments and endeavors. In the New York Gazette of May 8, 1809 he was listed as the owner of the ship Ann.
The New York Columbian Newspaper, pg 3, 17 Aug 1814, A. S. Norwood contributed $25 for the Committee of Defence.
3 Feb 1834 - Petition to the Senate and House of Representatives: Upon the subject of the present deranged state of the money market, internal exchanges, and all the commercial transactions of the country - submitted by Merchants and Dealers in the City of New York. Signed by A S Norwood and A G Norwood. (Copy in File)
Item listed in the manuscript section of the New York Historical Society - but not found: Bill from Andrew S Norwood for preparing two rooms at 85 Nassau St, New York City, for Mrs. Titford and Dr. Thomas B. Moncrieffe. Dated 10 May 1800.
Valentine's, page 223: No. 6 Bond street was the home of one old New York's "solid and substantial" citizens, Andrew S. Norwood, merchant, of the firm of Norwood and Austin, 146 Pearl street. He came to No. 6 from 622 Broadway in 1829 and in 1840 moved to 165 Twelfth street, now 15 East Twelfth street. A few years later he moved to 199 (now 325) West Fourteenth street. Andrew S. Norwood was one of the jurors at the trail of Samuel G. Ogden in 1806 for complicity in the Miranda filibustering expedition, and in 1807 was one of the founders and incorporators of the Presbyterian Church in Cedar street, now the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, his associates being Ebenezer Stevens, Selah Strong, Elisha Leavenworth, John Aspinwall, Archibald Gracie, Benjamin Strong, Theodore Ely, William W. Woolsey, Joseph Otis, Stephen Whitney, Hezekiah Lord, William Adams, David Hosack, Nathaniel L. Griswold, Robert Weir, John Trumbull, and Lynde Catlin. He was also heavily interested in shipping, being owner of a line of Havre packets. He was a personal friend of Lafayette and was invited to the wedding of the illustrious General's daughter at the Chateau La Grange. When Carlisle Norwood, son of Andrew S., was attending school in France he was often a visitor at the Chateau. (For further notes see Carlisle Norwood).
Valentine's, page 224: Following the Norwoods, No. 6 Bond street was taken by "the celebrated lawyer, Francis Griffin," who was a son of "Old George Griffin," a ponderous but able lawyer, famous for his "blue side-winged spectacles and his broad shoes built for comfort." At that time George Griffin lived at 20 Beach street, facing St. John's park. Francis Griffin was the son-in-law of Andrew S. Norwood. His first wife was a daughter of Comfort Sands and half-sister to Robert C. Sands, a writer. He lived at No. 6 Bond street as late as 1850.
Personal Letter from AS Norwood to Joshua Brookes, Esquire, near Mount Pleasant, NY, dated 18 Jan 1815:
Your favor of the 16th Inst is at hand. The price you mention of $16,000 is far above the amount I contemplate giving for a summer retreat. I find I have formed an erroneous opinion of the value which was founded on a purchase made by a Freind of mine abou a year ago. Mr. Joseph Dedderer purchased a good Farm of between 4 & 500 Acres of Land & a good House, at Rockland Lake, for about $13,000 which is nearly opposite Mount Pleasant it appears that the value of Fram principally consist in the Buildengs. I hope you will pardon me for giving you this unprofitable trouble which certainly would have been avoided had there been a reference to some person in the City.
I remain with respect
Your Most Obd Servt
Joshua Brookes Esq
New York Herald Tribune, Obituary for Carlisle Norwood, Andrew's son, dated 14 Jan 1892, p. 10:
OBITUARY; CARLISLE NORWOOD
Carlisle Norwood died at his residence, No. 121 West Forty-second street, yesterday morning. He was eighty years old. He was the son of the late Andrew Sickles Norwood, one of the originators and owners of the second line of packet ships between New York and Havre and a prominent merchant of the city. He was born in this city, and when fourteen years old he was sent to school in Paris, and while there General Lafayette, who was a friend of his father, invited him to visit his family at his home, La Grange, where he became an intimate friend. For many years he was president of the Lorillard Fire Insurance Company, but of late years had not been engaged in business. Mr. Norwood was a trustee in the Bleecker Street Savings Bank, the Manhattan Life Insurance Company and a member of the St. Nicholas Society.
Andrew Sickles NORWOOD and Abigail Gleane OGILVIE were married on 31 August 1797 in New York, NY, NY.65,736,737,738 They65,736,737,738 lived Upholsterer at 127 William Street in New York, NY, NY in 1800.739 They739 appeared in the census in 1800 in Ward 3, New York, NY, NY.740 Abigail Gleane OGILVIE, daughter of Thomas OGILVIE and Abigail GLEANE, was born on 26 December 1774 in New York, NY, NY.741,742 She was baptized on 22 January 1775 at First & Second Presbyterian Church in New York, NY, NY.743 She died on 6 March 1803 at the age of 28 in New York, NY, NY.736,744,745,746,747,748,749,750 Both her christening and her marriage occurred in the First and Second Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY
Newspaper annoucement from the New York Weekly Museum, also known as the Impartial Gazetter and Saturday Evening Post and Ladies' Weekly Museum - printed in New York from 1788 to 1817:
March 12, 1803
Mrs. Norwood (Abigail), wife of Andrew S. Norwood, of this city (New York), died on Thursday last week, aged 25 years after a lingering illness of two years. The illness originated from a severe cold, and was hurried on by parental grief for the loss of her three children within twelve months.
Andrew Sickles NORWOOD and Abigail Gleane OGILVIE had the following children:
|Mary NORWOOD was born on 30 November 1798 in New York, NY, NY.751,752 She was baptized on 2 January 1799 at First Presbyterian Church in New York, NY, NY.752 She died on 6 June 1802 at the age of 3 in New York, NY, NY.751,753|
|Catharine NORWOOD was born on 16 February 1800 in New York, NY, NY.751,754 She was baptized on 11 March 1800 at First Presbyterian Church in New York, NY, NY.754 She died before 4 March 1803 at the age of 3 in New York, NY, NY.751|
|William Barlow NORWOOD was born on 3 December 1801 in New York, NY, NY.751,755 He was baptized on 28 December 1801 at First Presbyterian Church in New York, NY, NY.756 He died on 17 March 1802 at the age of 0 in New York, NY, NY.751,757|
Andrew Sickles NORWOOD and Rebecca Jane OGILVIE were married on 14 December 1803 in New York, NY, NY.736,758,759,760 They736,758,759,760 lived at 132 William in New York, NY, NY in 1810.761 They761 lived in Cor Church & Vesey Sts, New York City, NY, NY on 12 February 1812.762 Andrew and Rebecca762 appeared in the census in 1820 in Ward 3, New York, NY, NY.763 They763 lived in No. 6 Bond Street, New York City, NY between 1829 and 1840.764,765,766 They764,765,766 appeared in the census in 1830 in Ward 9, New York, NY, NY.767 Andrew and Rebecca767 appeared in the census in 1840 in Ward 15, NY, NY.768 This would have been when they resided on Bond Street, because that sits in the 15th Ward. They768 lived in 236 W 14th St, New York City, NY, NY in 1845.769 They769 lived at 199 W. 14th in New York, NY, NY in 1846.770 Andrew and Rebecca770 appeared in the census in 1850 in Ward 16, Dist 1, NY, New York, NY.771 They771 appeared in the census in 1850 in New York, NY, NY.772 Rebecca Jane OGILVIE773, daughter of Thomas OGILVIE and Catharine WHITEFIELD, was born on 20 July 1776 in New York, NY, NY.774 775 She Donation to charity on 9 January 1830 in New York, NY, NY.776 She died on 28 July 1853 at the age of 77 in New York, NY, NY.774,777,778,779,780,781,782 Rebecca was buried after 28 July 1853 at New York City Marble Cemetery in New York, NY, NY.783 New York Times, 29 Jul 1853, p. 8: DIED. On Thursday, July 28, Rebecca, wife of Andrew S. Norwood, in the 78th year of her age. The friends of the family are requested to attend he funeral, without further invitation, from Rev Dr Smith's Church, in West 22d st., near 9th-av., on Saturday next, at 5 o'clock P M.
Andrew Sickles NORWOOD and Rebecca Jane OGILVIE had the following children:
|Alexander Hamilton NORWOOD.|
|Catharine Ogilvie NORWOOD.|
|Jane Schuyler NORWOOD was born about 1810 in New York, NY, NY.784 She appeared in the census in 1850.785 She appeared in the census in 1860 in New York, NY, NY.786 Jane died on 3 January 1877 at the age of 67 in New Brunswick, Middlesex, NJ.787 She was buried on 5 January 1877 at New York City Marble Cemetery in New York, NY, NY.787 Jane Schuyler Norwood is named after her great grandmother, Jane Schuyler (Jannetje Schuiler), wife of Alexander Ogilvie, mother of grandfather Thomas Ogilvie.|
|Andrew Gustavus NORWOOD.|
|Emily Christiana NORWOOD.|