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  1. Bermuda Beacon.
  2. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, page 139. Will dated 1 Apr 1674 - he states his age was 84.
  3. Journal of Richard Norwood, Surveyor of Bermuda, p 3 and 4. In the year of our Lord 1639, the 49th year of my age, a day which I had set apart to give unto the Lord by fasting and praying privately...

    I was born in October in the year of our Lord 1590 at Stevenage in Hertfordshire, which I reckon amongst the may favors of God towards me, who vouchsafed me to be born in those days of the glorious sunshine of the Gospel in the reign of that blessed Queen Elizabeth of famous memory, the second year after the great overthrow of the Spanish Armada which came to invade England: even in the most properous and happy age that ever England enjoyed.

  4. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Norwood, Richard (1590-1675), surveyor and mathematician, was born in October 1590 in Stevenage, Hertforshire, and baptized on 15 November 1590 at St Nicholas Church, Stevenage, the son of Edward Norwood, a gentleman farmer at Cannix, Stevenage, and his wife, whose maiden name was Mathew.
  5. Journal of Richard Norwood, Surveyor of Bermuda, p. 4. Until ten years of age I lived with them at Stevenage, being taught to read (and I think) entered in writing and my accidence. Afterwards I lived with them at Berkhampstead till twelve years of age, where was a grammar school, a free school, where I went through the Latin Grammar and other books appertaining, and entered into the Greek. At what time my parents went from thence to Shutlanger and from thence to Stony Stratford.
    P. 12 - Also, when my father, mother, and their family departed from Berkhampsead my master stayed me there I think a month after...
  6. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. When he was fifteen Norwood was apprenticed to a London Fishmonger.
  7. Journal of Richard Norwood, Surveyor of Bermuda, p. 14. At fifteen years of age I came to London where I was bound apprentice to a fishmonger who also dealt in sea-cows (especially), a stern man, where before two years were expired, his house being visited with the plague I was sick also and was like to die. But the Lord in mercy spared me then also and restored me to health.
  8. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. He returned to England in early 1610 ... Norwood became bound to a master's mate of Limehouse, with whom he twice went through the Strait of Gibraltar. He again studied mathematics and navigation, but suffered from seasickness and bought his freedom on reutrn to England in March 1612.
  9. The Norwoods III, p. 131-132. The voyage to Bermuda took seven weeks, delayed because the ship became grounded on a rock, and here again Richard's skill came to the rescue. Applying his knowledge they refloated the vessel into deep water again and thus rode out the heavy gale which had threatened the ship and their safety. It was Christmas 1613 when they reached Bermuda, but disappointment awaited them both in the size and quality of the pearly found and in the insufficient supply of food. Fortunately for Norwood, Governor Moore took very favourably to him and his hunger was frequently appeased by his dining with the Governor. This did not make him any the less anxious to return to England and he eagerly awaited the arrival of the next ship. On this, a Company known as The Bermuda Adventurers had sent a Mr. Berkeley for the purpose of making a survey of the island. This was not carried out because of a great plague of rats that had spread from a few that had escapted from a Spanish grain ship, causing Mr. Berkeley to return to England. Richard Norwood stayed on and was entrusted to make a full survey of the islands for Governor Moore. To carry out this gigantic task, Richard cut down a tree and hollowed it out to form a boat. He then went in search of food, which he found in the form of palmetto berries. Having found a source to satisfy his hunger he made his first journey of the coastline of the islands early in 1614, being helped in this by Cahrles Caldicott. His major survey was carried out two years later when Governor Moore was replaced by Daniel Tucker, the first Governor under the Bermuda Company. It was he who commissioned a complete survey of the one hundred tiny islands...In May 1617, when Richard Norwood had completed his survey, he returned to England where he lived and worked in London to collate his discoveries, draw his map and supervise its production. It was published in 1622.
  10. Journal of Richard Norwood, Surveyor of Bermuda, p 51-59. And then a plantation having a little before begun in the Bermudas (then and since called Sommer Islands) the Company that were adventurers for that place having heard of me and how I had gone under water at Lymington, etc. and being informed also that there was great store of pearls in Summer Islands and that the best could not otherwise be recovered but by diving, they sent for me and agreed with me to go thither, promising me a large part of whatsoever should by such means be recoverd by myself or others...so I stayed at Summer Islands that year...Mr. Berkeley agreed with me to survey the country and Mr. Caldicott was willing to join with me in the business, and so between us we surveyed the whole...Thus I went in had with it about the end of August or beginning of September 1616.
  11. Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers 1607 - 1635, p 518. On April 30, 1621, Virginia Company officials decided to send Richard Norwood (Norewood, Morewood), an experienced surveyor, to Virginia to lay out particular (or privately sponsored) plantations. On May 21, 1621, Company officieals noted that Norwood had been highly recommended by Captain William Tucker for his expertise as a surveyor and stated that he had expressed an interest in going to Virginia. Plans were made to meet with Norwood to discuss how he would be compensated. On April 8, 1623, Richard Norwood informed his father that he had arrived in Virginia on April 1st on the Margaret and John, which had met up with the Abigail. Norwood said that he was half-starved when he landed and that many people were sick. On April 24, 1623, he and some of his fellow passengers on the Margaret and John sent a petition to the governor, complaining about the shipboard conditions they had endured on the voyage to Virginia.
  12. The Original Lists of Persons of Quality 1600-1700, p 304. An Accopt of the Generall Lands belonging to the Somer Islands Compa taken out Mr Richard Norwoods Survey booke by him made in the yeares 1662:1663...
  13. The Record of the Virginia Company of London, p 458. The Record of the Virginia Company of London, The Court Book, 1619-1622, Vol I
    Edited by Susan Myra Kingsbury, AM, PhD, Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1906, p. 458

    mr Morewood re- Mr Tucker moved in the behalfe of one
    ferred to ye Comit- mr : Norewood whome hee much co-
    tees to be treated mended for his approved skill and
    with experiences in surveying of land ( and formuch as there was so great vse of
    suchan officer in Virginia for meating
    out and distinguishing the true
    lymitt ( and goe vpon that service
    that therefore the Company would
    please to accept of him for their
    Surveyor : The Court herevpon
    Referred him to the Committees
    To be further treated wth about the
    Same.

  14. Calendar of State Papers Colonial: American and West Indies, 1574-1660, pp 62-63 - Addenda 1623. 123. His Majesty's Council for Virginia to Sir Dudley Carleton. Forasmuch as Richard Norwood who presents this letter hath approved himself to be a man skillful as well in setting out the forms of towns and fortifications as also in framing of sundry useful and necessary engines, they have therefore thought fit and the rather for his faithful and able service to the Virginia Company heretofore, to employ him as an engeineer in that Plantation. Nevertheless, knowing the Netherlands to afford store of ingenious inventions of that kind, they have determined before his going that he shall spend some few weeks in those parts thereby to improve that quality of his for the better performance of the service he hath undertaken. Entreat Calreton to further him with passports and letters of favour for his more easy passage and more free access to view such works as may serve for his instruction. Singed by Earl of Pembroke, Ro. Earl of Warwick, W. Lord Cavendysshe Sir E. Sackeville, Sir Will. Paget, Sir Edwin Sandys, Lord Brook, and Sir Na. Riche. (Holland Correspondence).
  15. Virginia Immigrants and Adventurers 1607 - 1635, p 518. On May 7, 1623, the Virginia Company awarded Richard Norwood and his associates a patent for bringing 100 people to Virginia. Their land grant was confirmed on May 14, 1623.
  16. The Norwoods III, p 132. He bought a share in the Virginia Company, and we have records of his Petitions for transporting persons to Virginia: 7 May 1623 Patents for Mr. Richard Norwood and his Associates each of them undertaking to transport 100 persons; April 24 and May 3 1623 Petition to Governor Wyatt and Council in Virginia by Passengers in the Margaret and John. Patents granted to several persons. Richard Norwood is 64th on the list.
    As Richard himself notes: It was the first of Aprill before we came to Virginia, and we were halfe starved for want of Victualls: for we were kept with stinking Beane and water: one po. of BREAD and a quart of peace porridge was th'allowance for 5 men a day! wch caused 9 or 10 of our Passengers to leave the shipp and stay in the West Indies...
  17. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. He then (1622) became a mathematics teacher and author in London. Many of his mathematical books reached several editions and remained in print in the 1690's. The preface to Trigonometrie, or, The Doctrine of Triangles was written from Tower Hill, on 1 November 1631.
  18. The Seaman's Practice. This book clearly continued to be reprinted, and was found to be in use long after its original publication.
  19. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. The Seaman's Practice (1637) was a major help to navigators and at least eighteen editions were published.
  20. The Seaman's Practice. Frontispiece reads:
    The Seaman's Practice: Containing a Fundamental Problem in Navigation, Experimentally Verified: Namely, Touching the Compass of the Earth and Sea, and the Quantity of a Degree in our English Measures.
    Also An exact Method or Form of keeping a Reckoning or Journal at SEA, in any kind or manner of Sailing.
    With certain TABLES and other Rules used in Navigation. The Latitude of the Principal Places in ENGLAND: The Variation of the Compass The Finding of the Currents at Sea, and what Allowance is to be given in respect of them.
    By Richard Norwood, Reader of the Mathematicks
    London:
    Printed for Richard Mount, in Postern-Row on Tower-Hill.
    MDCCXII.
  21. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, page 29. November 1640 Memo that Capt Thomas Chaddock, Governor, did authorize Mr. Richard Norwood to fell and take to his own property, timber trees grown and being on the Glebe Land. This was for Mr Sampson Bond, for the school work.

    Page 79:
    Extract from Proclamation by the Governor March 3, 1659
    Mr Percival Goulding is now an Usher under Mr Jonothan Burr, Teacher, and whoever will send their children unto him he will teach them English & Latin and write & cast accounts for nothing. Thus desiring every person in the Islands that desires their children to be trained up in knowledge and fear of the Lord to send their children unto them to be educated that we may leave a Generation behind us to praise and glorify the Lord when we are in the dust. In 1661 Norwood whom Goulding had succeeded, was reinstated and the latter was given notice to provide another habitation for himself. About the same time Goulding's wife was presented at the Assizes on suspicion of adultery. She was censured by the Counsellor, Francis Watlington of Devon Tribe. In 1681 Goulding is described as very old and unable to execute his place as formerly so James Hill is appointed assistant schoolmaster.

  22. Calendar of State Papers Colonial: American and West Indies, 1574-1660, May 14, 1645. Richard Norwood to the Governor and Company of Adventures to the Somers Islands. Acknowledges receipt of a year's salary and other encouragements. Has at present nearly 20 scholars, who come for several things; as some for grammar, some for writing and arithmetic, &c. discourses at great length upon "the diversity of opinions touching ecclesiastical discipline" in the islands; knows not why he should be taxed as the author of them; his writings will testify that he has not omitted to give the Company an account thereof. (See ante, p. 323. No. 94.) The whole country consists of two parties, those who adhere to the independent way under Mr. White; and those, by far the greater number, who hold to the former discipline used there until Parliament shall order otherwise, under "an old gentlemen who knows how to use them to his own ends." Cannot conform to either. When of late the valiant and victorious General Capt. Jackson arrived after his voyage through the West Indies, "it was doubtful how things would go." Long account of the secret marriage of his daughter to Joannes Witter, an Irish surgeon, abetted by Capt. Wood, Capt. Cromwell, and other who frequented his house, and of the cruel treatment she experienced. Hopes to send her to England to complain to Parliament, and to pray for redress. Intreats the Governor (Warwick) to consider the almost desperate condition of a forlorn woman. Has divided according to his directions, the ten shares into two equal parts, Governor Capt. William Sayle and others being present; the eastern part fell to Lord Say; the western to Alexander Pym. Surveyed the country almost 30 years since and laid out the shares which have so remained to the present time. If orders are given, will again do so. Hears there are complaints against him and attempts made to put him out of the school where he has been 30 years. Cannot answer them, as he does not know in what they consist. Hopes he may not be put off with disgrace, which he has not deserved.
  23. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, p 29. November 1640 Memo that Capt. Thomas Craddock, Governor, did authorize Mr Richard Norwood to fell and take to his own property, timber trees grown and being on the Glebe Land. This was for Mr. Sampson Bond, for the school work.
  24. Cavaliers and Pioneers, p. 148. Richard Norwood is listed as a headright for Sir Francis Wyatt, who received 2000 acres on the south side of the Rappahannock River in Virginia.

    Sir Francis Wyatt, 2,000 acres about 25 miles up the South side of the Rappahanock River adj land taken up for the use of Mr. John Gookin, to Espenanke Cr. Sept 29, 1643, Page 916, Book 1
    Transfer of 40 persons: inc Sir Francis Wyatt and Richard Norwood.

  25. Calendar of State Papers Colonial: American and West Indies, 1574-1660, May 14, 1645 - Somers Islands. He submitted a report that was discussed in London:

    7. Richard Norwood to the Governor and Company of Adventures to the Somers Islands. Acknowledges receipt of a year's salary and other encouragements. Has at present nearly 20 scholars, who come for several things; as some for grammar, some for writing and arithmetic, &c. Discourses at great length upon "the diversity of opinions touching ecclesiastical discipline" in the islands; knows not why he should be taxed as the author of the; his writings will testify that he has not omitted to give the Company an account thereof...

  26. Calendar of State Papers Colonial: American and West Indies, 1574-1660, American and the West Indies: Addenda 1663. 368. Account of the general lands belonging to the Somers Islands Compy., taken out of Richard Norwood's survey book by him mad in the year 1662, 1663 (printed in Lefroy's Memorials of the Bermudas, Vol II, pp. 646-655) With note that the lands in the Somers Islands are divided by Nor. Norwood's book, and at their being First set out into eight tribes, viz., Hamilton, Smith's, Devonshire, Pembroke, Paget's, Warwick, Southampton, and Sandys Tribes, each of which contain 50 shares of 25 acres each, or 1,250 acres, except the last which contains 1,268 odd acres. There is also a summary of the common, publick, and unappropriated lands, amountin to 83 shares, and a statement by Ri. Banner, Secretary to the Comapny, dated Augt. 4, 1684, that he cannot give so partiuclar an account of the present distribution of these shares; but there is none of them but are applied to some public use in the Island, and the Company have not diverted the, nor aliened any of them to any private person or use. Endorsed, "Recd from Mr. Banner, Secy to the Company 25 Sept. 1684" (This latter portion is printed at length [from another document] in Lefroy's Memorials of the Bermudas, II, 655-717.) 13 pp. (Col. papers, Vol. 33, No. 95).
  27. Bulletin of the US National Museum, No. 25, Vol I, p 24. The belief that the level of the islands in the time of John Smith was higher than at present is utterly out of the question. The opinion advocated in this paper finds additional confirmation in the Map by Richard Norwood, in 1663. That map is an accurate delineation of the islands in their present condition, and renders it certain that within the last two hundred years no considerable subsidence has taken place.

    Footnote: The curious history of Norwood's Map is given in Lefroy, op.cit. Vol I, preface. Copy of the map itself faces p. 645 of Vol II.

  28. North American, Vol 2, Issue 514, p 1. Early History of the Whale Fishery; The origin of the whale fishery we may justly trace to a foreign country. The Norwegians it seems were accustomed at an early period to take the whale in a casual manner ... As far back as 1667, we have in the second volumne of the Philosophical Transactions, a letter from Mr. Richard Norwood, who resided at the Bermudas, which states that the whale fishery had been carried in the bays of those island for two or three years...Meanwhile, the people of Cape Cod had reached considerable proficiency in this branch of enterprise, and their success induced the fishermen of Nantucket to adopt more vigorous and systematic measures for its prosecution. Accordingly, we find the inhabitants employing Ichabod Paddock as early as 1690, to instruct them respecting the best manner of taking the whale, and extracting the oil.
  29. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, Pages 139 - 144.
  30. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Norwood died in Bermuda in October 1675 and was buried there. He left much of his property to his four children, his grandchildren, and his brother-in-law.
  31. The Norwoods III, page 135, 136. Elizabeth Norwood Witter made an Inventory of her father's Estate on 4th February 1675/76 with the following endorsement:
    I did fathfully and truly endeavour to show my Father's Estate which I found after his decease; and did give it in a true account as far as I know or did Remember ot those men your Honour had appointed Except some small things that weare in a Box in the School House and I could not give an Account of them and when Mr. Peniston and sonne did Apraise the things whom my Father in his will haf apointed to doe it; I did give in True Account both to my Brother and to them soe far as I did Remember Except one old Bedstead in the Negroes Cabbine which at that tyme I did not take notice off. I doe not know that I have Detained the value of 40 shillings Memorandum that upon ye 28th Day of December 1676 personally appeared before Sir John Heydon Kt. Governor & Ordinary of Somer Islands. Mrs. Elizabeth Witter Averred upon Oath that the above aritten premses was truth to the best of her knowledge and Remembrance.
    Elizabeth Witter
    Testis. Cornelius White Secretary.
  32. Journal of Richard Norwood, Surveyor of Bermuda, p. 133. Book of Wills No. 1, Pp 219-220 & 221
    A True and Perfect Inventory of all Goods and Chattells of Mr. Richard Norwood of Pembroke Tribe in the Somer Islands deceased Apraised by us whose Names are here subscribed upon our Oathes by virtue of a Comission to us granted under ye hand and Seale of our Honnorable Governor Sir John Heydon and bearing date ye 25th day of January 1675 As the said Goods were brought to our view by Mrs? Elizab: Witter Executrix of the Last will and testament of Mr Rich: Norwood aforesaid this 4 day of February 1675/6 as followeth.

    Detailed list of items totalling £487 13s 11½d

    Mr. Richard Stafford Mr. William Pitt Mr William Peniston and Capt George Bascome hath averred upon Oath before me Thomas Wood Councellor that thie is A true and perfect Inventory of ye Goods and Chattells of Mr Richard Norwood of Pembroke Tribe deceased wch: was brought to there view sight by Misteris Elizabeth Witter: Taken and apprased by them to ye best of there Judgmen as witnesse my hand this 4th day of February 1675/6
    Thomas Wood Councellor.

  33. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. He married Rachel Boughton on 9 May 1622...
    [Marriage Record, GL, MS 10091/8 - parish register, 15 Nov 1590, Herts.].
  34. Last Will & Testament - Richard Norwood. She had died when he wrote the will 4 April 1674.
  35. The Norwoods III, p 132. His first child Andrew was born in London early in 1623, but Norwood, even with family responsibilities could not rest for long.
  36. English Settlers in Barbados, 1637-1800, Barbados Wills and Administrations, Vol I, p 25. Bell, James, plumer; St. Michael's Parish, 16 Dec 1664, RB6/15, p. 35; Wf Sarah Bell - Xtrx. signed James Bell; Wit: Edward (x) Venson, John Legay, Andrew Norwood; Proved 20 Jan 1664.
  37. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New York, p 466. AN ORDR FOR CAPT. LOVELACE, MR. NORWOOD, &c; TO TAKE A SURVEY OF STATEN ISLAND.
    These are to Authorise & Empower you Capt. Dudley Lovelace, Mr. Andrew Norwood, & Mr. Robert Rider, by the best skill & Judgment that you have to take a Survey of ye Bounds & Lymitts of Staten Island, together with its Dimensions & Circumference, the wch you are to putt upon a Platt, & make Return thereof unto me, And ye Justice of ye peace, Constable & other Officers upon ye said Island are hereby required to bee aiding & assisting unto you herein, as Occasion shall require; And for what you shall Act or doe in prosecucon of ye Premisses, this shall bee unto you a sufficient Warrant. Given under my Hand at fforte James in New York this 22th day of July 1672.
  38. Supplement to Staten Island Names, p. 48. Governor Lovelace on July 22nd, 1672, directed Mr. Andrew Norwood, Capt. Dudley Lovelace and Mr. Robert Ryder to take a survey of Staten Island, with its dimensions and circumferences , to lay the same down upon a plat and make return thereof to him. (13 Col. Doc 466; see id. 518.)
    On the 5th of the following September there was filed a description in Dutch of a survey of Andrew Norwood's land, containing 150 acres. (1 L. P. 47) This was followed by a patent (3 Patents 113; post p. 60) wherein the land granted is described as bounded on the north side upon land of Capt. Dudley Lovelace, near the Watering Place. (14 Col. Doc. 506) The grant to Capt. Dudley Lovelace is again referred to in 4 Patents 109.
  39. Land Patent, Staten Island, New York, Series #12943-78 Bk 3, pp 113-114.
  40. New Jersey Patents and Deeds 1664-1703, Vol XXI, p 64. 1684 May 26 Confirmatory Patent to Capt John Palmer of Staten Island for his house and lot on the North side of said island, for 342 a. on Mill Creek, for 96 a. and a milll, 80 a. E. between Garret Cruse, Jacob Cornelis and Francis Barber, 90 a. behind Garret Cruse 90 a. betw Peter Johnson and Garret Cruse and 4500 a. in the middle of the island being at the SE corner of John Vincent's land, running thence east to Andrew Norwood's land, thence to the SW corner near the south East endo fo the cove, thence to the NE corner of Thomas Stillwell's land, thence along William Stillwell to the NW corner of George Cornelius thence to the SE fo James Hubbarts at the head of Fresh Kil, thence to Carter's Neck including the great swamp in the rear of the Soldier's Lots, thence to Cornelis Carson & Company, thence to place of beginning.
  41. Supplement to Staten Island Names, p 52. Colonel Francis Lovelance and His Plantation on Staten Island by Edward C Delavan, Jr, 1902

    Sept 29th 1677, marks an epoch in the history of the North Shore of Staten Island, and it appears in a large number of patents granting lands in Richmond County. By one of these, there was granted to Andrew Norwood land lying to the north of his plantation and bounded "north by land formerly of Collonel ffrancis Lovelance west by ye Hills." (4 Pat. 141; post p. 61). By three other patents lands lying along the Kill van Kull were granted to Gerritt Croosen, (4 Pat. 137; post p. 68) Peter Jansen (4 Pat. 138; post p. 69) and Claus Arentse. (4 Pat. 113; post, p. 69) Tow patents are said to have beene xecutred on this day to John Palmer and one to Francis Barbor, but no record of them appears beyond a recital in a subsequent confirmatory patent to John Palmer. (5 Pat. 141; post p. 64).

  42. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, page 139. Last Will & Testament of his father Richard Norwood states Andrew was living in Barbados at the time the will was written, 1 Apr 1674.
  43. New York City Common Council Minutes, p. 25, 26 - 31 Aug 1676. Names menconed & yt upon demand they and euery of them pay ye same unto Mr Peter Stoutingburgh Treasurer of ye said Citty and upon Refusall or Non payment of ye same by them or Either or any of them immediatly Execucon to issuee out against such Person or Persons or their Estates soe Refusinge or neglectinge to pay such Sume or sumes as are hereby assessed and Taxed Vpon them...Andrew Norwood £63 18s 00d.
  44. Land Patent, Staten Island, New York, Series #1243-78 Book 4, pp 109-110.
  45. History of Richmond County, pp 114-116. Discussing land patented to John Palmer by Gov. Dongan, 2 May 1684, it is legally described as...& to the north of the ffresh pond including eh pond to the land of Mr. Andrew Norwood & so by his land as it runs to the reare of the land of Mary Brittaine & so by the reare of the Old Town lotts to the land of Isaac Bellew & Thomas Stilwell & from thence upon the Iron Hills,...
  46. St. Nicholas Society Records, NY State Library Warrants 3:291. Commission for Mr Andrew Norwood to be Surveyor for Staten Island
    By the Governor
    These are to authorize and Appoint you Mr Andrew Norwood to be Surveyor of Staten Island, where you are to Survey & lay out such Lotts or pcells of Land, as you shall be employed about, of which to make due returnes according to Law and in all Matters relating thereunto to behave yourselfe according to the duty & place of a Surveyor. Given under my hand in New Yorke, this 12th day of Novemr 1677
    To Mr Andrew Norwood
    Surveyor (signed) E Andross.
  47. Land Patent, Staten Island, New York, Series #12943-78 Book 4, pp 141-142.
  48. Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New York, p 518. May 14, 1678

    NOTE FROM SECRY NICOLLS TO SURVEYOR ANDREW NORWOOD TO LAY OUT LAND ON STATEN ISLAND FOR PETER CROISSON
    I writte a note (upon Peter Croisson peticon to C. Brockholls) to Mr Andr Norwood the Surveyor to lay out a Lott for him upon Staten Island neare the Long Neck by the Fresh kill, hee having bene formerly abused by Robt Rider then in, & his old neighbor at Harlem having bene unkind to him, desiring his returne of whats done. M. N. S.

  49. New York Historical Manuscripts - Dutch, page 246. 21:52b Fragment of a Memorandum by Matthias Nicolls
    Top Portion destroyed "...bring his 2...here in ...the like for the Indyans that were present with the Squaw when hurtt, and as many others as weretherby, that Knew the Negroes. [Reference to the murder of an Indian woman by one of Capt. W. Laurence's negro servants. See 28:79 for the court proceedings in this case.
    An order to bee sent for Sloops to goe up the River at Delaware.
    Mr. Norwood about the Staten Island. [Andrew Norwood, surveyor of Staten Island)
    Endorsed.....Mar 27, 1679.
  50. The Norwoods III, page 135. His Will dated 24th Apr 1684 was proved by his wife, the Executrix on 12th March 1686/87, by which he left property to his four children.
  51. Bermuda Historical Quarterly, Vol 20 No 2, 1963, p 52 - 54. The Last Will and Testament of Andrew Norwood, dated 24 April 1684 "in ye five and thirtiety year of his majesties Reigne of Great Brittaine ffrance and Ireland".
  52. St. Nicholas Society Records.
  53. Bermuda Beacon. Andrew Norwood was b. abt. 1623 in England, and died before 12 Mar 1685/86 in St. Kitts, Barbados.
  54. Bermuda Historical Quarterly, Vol 20, No 2, 1963, p 54. Will proved 12 Mar 1686/7, St Christophers.
  55. Historical & Genealogical Miscellany, Vol IV, p 366. 1700, June 19. Petition of Amareus, widow of John Stout, late of the Island of Jamaica, praying that the lands on Staten Island, purchased by her husband, Andrew Norwood, to whom the same were patented, be surveyed.
    [In point of fact, according to a copy of the original request for survey by Amareus Stout, the property was sold to John Stout - her husband - by Andrew Norwood - to whom and with whom she had NO relationship at all. Andrew Norwood was NEVER her husband.].
  56. Lists of Inhabitants of Colonial New York, Census of New York City 1703, p 22. East Ward

    Capt Novored:
    1 adult female
    2 male children
    1 female child
    1 female Negro.

  57. St. Nicholas Society Records. G3 Grandfather: Andrew Norwood; G3 Grandmother: Meliora.
  58. Barbados Wills and Administrations, Vol II, p 80. Crofts, William, Gent. St Michaels Parish, 24 Nov 1681, RB6/12, p. 123
    Wit: William Barnard, Melior Norwood, James Fauntleroy Proved 15 Sep 1682.
  59. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 17, No 4, Oct 1886, p. 272. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New York;
    1715, Meert 4, (Ouders) John Stout, Bill; (Kinders) Abigael Ammarentia; (Getuygen) Pieter Cristiaanse, Miliora Narwoed.
  60. International Genealogy Index - FamilySearch.org, Batch M513951 - Extracted records. Elizabeth Norwood, Baptism, St Michael Parish, Barbados; 19 Feb 1675; Father: Andrew Norwood.
  61. International Genealogy Index - FamilySearch.org, Batch M513951; FHL Film 1157923 - Extracted records. Elizabeth Norwood, Baptism, St Michael Parish, Barbados; 19 Feb 1675; Father: Andrew Norwood.
  62. Barbados Records - Baptisms 1637-1800, p 17. St Michael Parish Page 204, RLI/1 (St Michael Records, vol 1) Feb 19, 1675 Elizabeth ye da: of Mr. Andw: Norwood.
  63. The Norwoods III, page 135. Captain Matthew Norwood (359), born 1625 in England.
  64. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, p 242. 1677 (Col. Rec. Vol. 8 p 17) Know ye that we Peter Whalley of C........ in County Northampton, Clerk, Joseph Watts of London, cheesemonger, guardians of Peter Whalley the younger, party to these presents, being the son & sole executor of las will of Samuel Whalley, late of Bermuda, in parts beyond the seas, merchant, decd. Peter Whalley, the younger, hath requested that Richard Stafford, Henry Durham, John Wainwright, Bermudians, Gentlemen, be attornies for his guardians. Sept. 20, 1677
    1677/78 Jan 28. Matthew Norwood, commander of ship "John" of London, appeared before Gov. John Heydon & swore to signatures of above three men.
  65. The Norwoods III, page 135. He was a teacher of mathematics and author of two books, including Norwood's System of Navigation 1685.
  66. The Boston Book Market, 1679-1700, Appendices - 12. The Seaman's Companion; being a plain Guide to the Understanding of Arithmetick, Geometry, Trigonometry, Navigation, and Astronomy. Applied chiefly to Navigation; and furnished with a Table of Meridional parts to every third minute. With excellent ways of keeping a Reckoning at Sea; also a Catalogue of the Longitude and Latitude of the Principal places in the World; with other useful things. By Matthew Norwood, Mariner. The third editon appeared in 1678. Term Catalogues (Arber), 1. 337. £1.
  67. The Norwoods III, page 135. He married Frances and moved to Norfolk, Virginia, leaving at least two children.
  68. The Norwoods III, page 135. Elizabeth Norwood (369) born 1627 to whom Richard left the family Bible given to him by his father Edward Norwood asking him to pass it on to his second son James.
  69. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, Page 251. Will proved 22 April 1691.
  70. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, Page 250, 251.
  71. The Norwoods III, page 135. Elizabeth contracted a run-a-way marriage with James Witter in 1644. There must have been a reconciliation between her and her father as she was left so much of his property.
  72. British Colonial Calendar of State Papers, Vol XI, No. 77, p 593. I have a daughter here of moderate and good endowments of body, minde and education, I praise God. Here came in a Chirurgeon one Jeames Witter, and Irishman as now too late we understand, who after a yeares impetuous importunity overcame her to yield her consent in marriage, shee being yong and scare knowing what marryage was. I gave him diverse sharp repulses such as I thought would have broken of all. But at last by his faire and glazing carryage (which he can marveilously dissemble) he deceived almost the whole country and prevailed so farre with me that I confesse I had thoughts and purposes to give him my full consent, and to bestow her on him in marriage yet retayned that power still in my hand to the last being jealouse of some things which since have fallen out to true. But before the time which I had determined shee being invited to a wedding about eight miles off Capt. Wood did there give her to him in the church in marriage without my knowledge and consent and so they were married by the Reader authorized to marry. If differred but two days longer I had heard that which would quite have broken it off, Capt. Wood seeming then to be my loving friend and that done which could not be undone.
  73. British Colonial Calendar of State Papers, Vol I: 1574-1660 (1860) pp 326-327. May 14. Somers Islands.
    7. Richard Norwood to the Governor and Company of Adventures to the Somers Islands. Acknowledges receipt of a year's salary and other encouragements. Has at present nearly 20 scholars, who come for several things; as some for grammar, some for writing and arithmetic, &c. Discourses at great length upon "the diversity of opinions touching ecclesiastical discipline" in the islands; knows not why he should be taxed as the author of them; his writings will testify that he has not omitted to give the Company an account thereof. [See ante, p. 323, No. 94.] The whole country consists of two parties, those who adhere to the independent way under Mr. White; and those, by far the greater number, who hold to the former discipline used there until Parliament shall order otherwise, under "an old gentleman who knows how to use them to his own ends." Cannot conform to either. When of late the valiant and victorious General Capt. Jackson arrived after his voyage through the West Indies, "it was doubtful how things would go." Long account of the secret marriage of his daughter to Joannes Witter, an Irish surgeon, abetted by Capt. Wood, Capt. Cromwell, and other who frequented his house, and of the cruel treatment she experienced. Hopes to send her to England to complain to Parliament, and to pray for redress. Intreats the Governor [Warwick] to consider the almost desperate condition of a forlorn woman. Has divided according to his directions, the ten shares into two equal parts, Governor Capt. William Sayle and others being present; the eastern part fell to Lord Say; the western to Alexander Pym. Surveyed the country almost 30 years since and laid out the shares which have so remained to the present time. If orders are given, will again do so. Hears ther are complaints against him and attempts made to put him out of the school where he has been 30 years. Cannot answer them, as he does not know in what they consist. Hopes he may not be put off with disgrace, which he has not deserved.

    From: 'America and West Indies: May 1645', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 1: 1574-1660 (1860), pp. 326-327. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=69212&strquery=Norwood Date accessed: 21 May 2011.

  74. Journal of Richard Norwood, Surveyor of Bermuda, Foreword, p VI. One of Richard's daughters, Ann, married Richard Bowen of Bermuda. In May 1761, "one Goody Bowen" was suspected of witchcraft and searched by a jury of women. Fortunately for her, no incriminating evidence in the form of witch-marks was discovered on her body. "The Jury of our Soveraigne Lorde the Kinge doe present Anne the wife of Richard Bowen vppon suspicon or witchraft, and for want of further evidence at present doe pray that she may be continued until the next assizes."

    Her securities in 200 lbs of tobacco were Mr. Francis Watlington and Mr John Harnett.

  75. St. Nicholas Society Records. See Baptism.
  76. St. Nicholas Society Records, Copy of Baptism Certificate dated 12 Feb 1904.
  77. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, p 144. Richard Norwood, son of the Surveyor (Andrew), was an M. C. P. for Pembroke, 1698 [Member of the Colonial Parliament - Assembly].
  78. The Norwoods III, page 135. He inherited property in Bermuda which he sold in 1702 and moved to Charleston, South Carolina with his wife Susannah Stone.
  79. New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol 157, 2003, page 112. As Edward Archer, merchant, of Barbados, he bought property in Pembroke, Bermuda, 23 Jan 1702 from Susannah Norwood, wife and attorney of Richard Norwood (at present resident in Carolina). Composite Volumes of Deeds, Bonds, Grants, Warrants, etc., 3.2, p. 197, at the Bermuda Archives..
  80. American Weekly Mercury, 18 - 25 Oct, 1722, Issue 150, p 2. OUTWARD ENTRIES; Sloop Phoebe and Mary, Richard Norwood, for Curracoa...
  81. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, Page 189. Wills, No 3, 2nd part, page 9. Will of Joseph Stowe [father of Susannah] of Pembroke, Sept. 17, 1692. Wife Margaret. Sons: John, Joseph, Benjamin, Nathaniel, Anthony. Daughters: Elizabeth Stafford, Susannah Norwood, Ann, Love, Lydia. Proved 27 Oct 1692.
  82. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Norwood, Benjamin; baptism; 18 July 1706; not given; not given; record #4.
  83. Descendants of John Stowe.
  84. New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol 157, p 112, 2003. As Edward Archer, merchant of Barbados, he bought property in Pembroke, Bermuda, 23 Jan 1702 from Susannah Norwood, wife and attorney of Richard Norwood (at present resident in Carolina). As "Capt. Edward Archer now outward bound unto Carolina, he received a power of attorney on Bermuda 20 Oct 1703. And on 1 July 1715 Edward Archer, merchant of Pembroke, Bermuda, sold an island of 3,020 acres at the mouth of Port Royal River, Granville Co, SC to Alexander Parris, merchant, of Charleston, SC to be paid in Bermuda money.
  85. New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol 157, p 112, 2003. Pembroke, Bermuda, 23 Jan 1702 from Susannah Norwood, wife and attorney of Richard Norwood (at present resident in Carolina).
  86. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Baptism listed without parents for 18 July 1706. No justification to include this birth as child of Richard except one of only three births at Presbyterian Church with surname of Norwood, time puts this birth right with the Susannas, and the name works within the family - guilt by association is the only justification I have, but I believe this is the case.
  87. Pennsylvania Vital Records, Vol 1, Reg of Baptisms 1701-1746, First Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, p 78. 1706 July 18 Sarah Hamerton and her dau Mary, Abigail Gilbe and Benjamin Norwood.
  88. Buried Genealogical Data, p 168. Norwood, Benjamin P(Philadelphia) 12 January 1758 issue of "The Pennsylvania Gazette" mail was being held for him at the Philadelphia post office.
  89. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Baptism Susanna Norwood; 24 Sept 1709; Capt Norwood; not given; First Presbyterian Church Records.
  90. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Norwood, Susanna; baptism; 24 Sept 1709; Capt Norwood; not given; record #4.
  91. Pennsylvania Vital Records, Vol 1, Reg of Baptisms 1701-1746, First Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, p 79. 1708/9 Sept 24 Susanna dau of Captain Norwood.
  92. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Baptism of second Susanna in 1712/13 - Presbyterian Church records.
  93. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Baptism Susanna Norwood; 22 Mar 1712/13; Richard Norwood; not given; First Presbyterian Church Records.
  94. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Norwood, Susanna; baptism; 22 Mar 1712/13; Richard; not given; record #4.
  95. Pennsylvania Vital Records, Vol 1, Reg of Baptisms 1701-1746, First Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, p 80. 1712/13 Mar 22 Susanna dau of Richard Norwood.
  96. Burghers and Freemen of New York. INDENTURE made October 9th, 1706, between Benjamin Norwood, Mariner, and Richard Norwood, Junr, son of Richard Norwood of Philadelphia, Pa. whereby Richard Norwood Junr, binds himself with the consent of his father, to Benjamin Norwood for five years from the date hereof. Usual form. Master shall also at the expiration of the term "give unto his said Apprentice some necessary books & instruments for the Art of Navigation."
    Signed October 9th, 1706 by
    Richard Norwood,
    In the presence of John Tuder, Recorder, James Seton, Will Sharpas.

    See NY Historical Society Collections 1885, Burghers and Freemen of New York, page 615.

  97. The Norwoods III, page 135. They left two children: Richard Norwood, Cliff Norwood.
  98. St. Nicholas Society Records, Copy of Baptism Record dated 12 Feb 1904.
  99. International Genealogy Index - FamilySearch.org, Batch No C513951; FHL Film 1157923,. Barbados Parochial registers, Series A, 1637-1850 (Anglican)

    Benjamin Norwood; christened 20 Jan 1668, Saint Michael, Barbados, Caribbean.

  100. Tax Lists of the City of New York 1695 - 1699, Page 11. Mr Norwood Estate L5 sh0 d0 - East Ward.
  101. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1696 29 Mar; Joseph Smith, Margariet Jans; Johannes; benjamin Narrut, Metje Cray, H. v. Jan Corszen.
  102. Colonial Families of Long Island, New York and CT, p. 21 Seversmith - Smith. Joseph Smith junior was born at Harlem, New York about 1755, son of Joseph Smith by Maria Williams, daughter of Frederick Williams and Maria Waldron. This Joseph smith senior was baptised in the Reformed Dutch ch. in New York city 24 June, 1716, son of Johannes Smith and Barentje Helling; the sponsors were Hendrick Bres (see BRASS) and Margareta Smith. He married Maria Williams in the same church 3 Oct 1747. Their daughter Maria was baptised also in this church 10 July 1748, the sponsors having been Pieter Geraux and Sarah de Forest, wife of Hendrick van der Water. There may have been other children.
    Johannes Smith, father of Joseph Smith, was baptised in the said Dutch church 29 March 1696 as son of Joseph Smith by his wife Margrietje Jans widow of Jacobus van der Schueren. The sponsors were Benjamin Norwood, undoutedly a relative, and Metje Theunis Cray, the child's maternal grandmother.
  103. Tax Lists of the City of New York 1695 - 1699, Page 68. Benjamin Norwood in Sd house L20 sh03 - East Ward.
  104. New York Historical Society. INDENTURE made October 9th, 1706, between Benjamin Norwood, Mariner, and Richard Norwood, Junr, son of Richard Norwood of Philadelphia, Pa. whereby Richard Norwood Junr, binds himself with the consent of his father, to Benjamin Norwood for five years from the date hereof. Usual form. Master shall also at the expiration of the term "give unto his said Apprentice some necessary books & instruments for the Art of Navigation."
    Signed October 9th, 1706 by
    Richard Norwood,
    In the presence of John Tuder, Recorder, James Seton, Will Sharpas.
  105. Abstracts of Wills - Surrogate's Office, City of New York, Vol II 1708-1728, page 107. Page 203. Robert Hunter, Captain-General and Governor. Whereas Benjamin Norwood, late of New York, mariner, died intestate, Letters of administration are granted to his wife Cornelia Norwood, May 16, 1713.
  106. St. Nicholas Society Records. Extract from New York City Manual 1869, page 826, "New york March 24th 1706-1707, Two Galleys sailed from hence last Fall for Jamaica viz: Norwood and Grant who are not arrived and 'tis feared are lost or taken."
    It is supposed that Capt. Benjamin Norwood was lost at sea. See Liber 8, of Wills page 203 NY Surrogate's Office for Letters of Administration as follows, viz: "Whereas Benjamin Norwood, late of New York, mariner, died intestate, Letters of Administration are granted to his wife, Cornelia Norwood, May 16, 1713.".
  107. Abstracts of Wills - Surrogate's Office, City of New York, Vol II 1708-1728, page107. Page 203. Robert Hunter, Captain-General and Governor. Whereas Benjamin Norwood, late of New York, mariner, died intestate, Letters of administration are granted to his wife Cornelia Norwood, May 16, 1713 (Note: Cornelia Norwood was one of the children of Geesie Van der Cliff, the owner of the farm through which Cliff street now runs. - WSP).
  108. Pennsylvania Vital Records, Vol I, p 79. 1705/6 July 18 Sarah Hamerton and her daughter Mary, Abigail Gilbe and Benjamin Norwood.
  109. New York Marriages to 1784, Page 510 - Supplementary List of Marriage Licenses. 1693 Feb. 20 Norwood, Benjamin, and Cornelia Van Clyff GBR 2:142.
  110. New York Marriages 1600 - 1900, 1932 selected extracts. Norwood, Benjamin Spouse: Van Clyf, Cornelia; Marriage date: 1693; Location: New York.
  111. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. en 23 Febr. Benjamin Norwood, j.m., en Cornelia Van Clyft, j.d., Van N. Yorck, beyde wonende alheir. Den 23 Feb., met een licentie.
  112. Abstracts of Wills - Surrogate's Office, City of New York, Vol I, page 212. Liber 3-4, page 414. Marriage license Granted to Benjamin Norwood and Cornelia Van Clyff, February 20, 1692.
    Note: Cornelia Van Clyff was daughter of Dirck Van der Clyff, who owned the farm next east of the "Shoe makers Pasture," and through whicn Cliff street and Gold street were laid out - WSP.
  113. Documentary History of the State of New York, Vol I, p 611. Census of the City of New York (About the year 1703):
    Capt Novered: 0 males from 16 to 60; 1 female, 2 male children, 1 female child, 1 female Negro.
  114. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. Baptism occurred 17 Dec 1671.
  115. Norwood Genealogy - rootsweb.
  116. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1702 15 Feb; Joseph Smith, Margrieta Corse; Matheus; Theunis Core, Cornelia Van Clyf wife of Benj. Narred.
  117. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1711 24 Oct; Daniel Lieuwis, Geerje Bradjor; Daniel; Benjamin Bill, Cornelia Narrewood.
  118. New York City Court Records, 1684 - 1760, pp 26-27. Widow Norwood's slave, Caesar, was hanged after participating in a slave uprising. See comments. Court of General Sessions, 11-15 Apr. 1712:
    On the night of April 11-12 a number of slaves set fire to a building and killed whites who came up to extinguish the flames. Adrian Hoghlandt, Adrian Beeckman and Augustus Grassett and others were slain. Slaves found not guilty were Rodriguo (slave of Robert Darkins), Ben (slave of the Widow Schuyler, Quashi (slave of Joseph Latham), Jurorica (slave of Rodriguo Pacheco), Lilly (slave of John Cooke), Tom (slave of Jacob Regnier), George (slave of Jacob Regnier), Dick (slave of Tobias Stoutenburgh), Amba (slave of Adolph Philips), and Mars (slave of Jacob Regnier). The following were put to death: Clause (slave of Allane Jarratt), who was broken on the wheel and quartered, Robin (slave of Adrian Hoghlandt), who was hung in chains until dead, and Quaco (slave of Abraham Roosevelt), who was burnt with fire until dead, as was Tom (slave of Nicholas Roosevelt). Rurnis (slave of Ruth Sheppard) is sentenced to be burnt with fire until dead. The following were hanged: Hosea (Indian slave of Mary Wenham), John (mulatto slave of Peter Vantilborough), Ambrose (Indian slave of Isaac Governeur), Tom (slave of John Dehoneur), Kitto (slave of Isaac Gouverneur), Caesar (slave of the Widow Norwood), Mingo (slave of John Barberie), Quasi and Quacke (slaves of Rip Van Dam), Toby (slave of John Cure), Caesar (slave of Peter Morin), Titus (slave of Richard Ray), Tom (slave of David Lyell), Coffee (slave of William Walton), Quaco (slave of Walter Thong), and Sarah (slave of Stophel Pels).
  119. New York City - Deeds, NYC Finance Roll #5 (Liber 31, page 1 thru Liber 33, page 355) liber 31, pages 320, 321. For £30 Cornelia buys off her sisters for the land left by her father.
    Including Lysbet (Elizabeth Lowry)
    Femetje (ffametie Hardenbrook)
    Margriet (Margarett Rottery)
    Catrena (Katharine Lowry)
    Maria (Mary Hickford).
  120. New York City - Deeds, Dpt of Finance Roll #5 (Liber 31, page 1 - Liber 33, p 355) Liber 31, p. 322.
  121. Last Will & Testament - Cornelia Norwood, 1722.
  122. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1722 20 May; Richard Narwood, Maria Kool; Cornelia; William Lane, Cornelia Norwood.
  123. Last Will & Testament - Cornelia Norwood, 1722. Will proved April 10, 1724.
  124. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 66, No 2, Apr 1935, p 137. 1699 Dec. 17. "Benjamin, son of Benjamin Norwood and Cornelia Van Clyf bap. Witnesses: Steven Richard and Catharina Van Clyf, h. v. van Ihon Cory".
  125. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 47, No 3, July 1916, p 256. Benjamin Norwood of New York, sailor, deposes 8 May, 1728, aged 26.
  126. Last Will and Testament of Cornelia Norwood, 1772. He was the only sibling who was not mentioned in Cornelia Norwood's will - if this means one can assume that he predeceased her, it also assumes that he died unmarried.
  127. New York City Wills, 1760 - 66, P 299.
  128. New York State Archives, Series J0043-92, Probate Wills, Liber 28, p. 299-300. Also, Series J0038-92, Probated Wills, Cornelia Norwood, 8/25/1772, Box 43 #2488.
  129. New York State Archives, Series 30038-92, Probated Wills; Box 43, #2488. Cornelia Norwood, will written 6 August 1772; will proved 25 August 1772.
  130. New-York Gazette and Weekly Mercury, 9 Nov 1772, Issue 1098, supplement 1. BY HENDRICK OUDENAARDE, BROKER, in Hanover-Square, Nearly opposite Hug Gaine's Printing-Office.
    NB Discount Notes & Bonds,
    All persons that have an Demands on the Estate of Cornelia Norwood, deceased, late of the City of New-York, Shopkeeper, are desired to bring in their Accounts; and all such as are indebted to the said Estate, either by Mortgage, Bond, Note, or otherwise, are desired to discharge the fame to ANDREW NORWOOD, RICHARD NORWOOD, SAMUEL BROADHURST, Executors to said Estate.
    A house and lot of ground in Ferry-street, leading from Peck's Slip, belonging to the said Estate, to be sold at private sale.
  131. Dutch Church Burials, New York City, NY. Cornalia Norid, 13 Aug 1772.
  132. New York City - Deeds, NYC Dept of Finance Roll #13 #5 (Liber 31, page 1 thru Liber 33, p 355) Liber 48, pp 549-551, 9 June 1787, recorded 18 Mar 1793.
  133. Deed - New York City, NY, NY, Liber 47 page 177 thru Liber 49, page 515.
  134. The Norwoods III, page 135. Thomas Norwood is stated to be the son of Matthew Norwood - but the dates don't seem logical - if indeed Thomas Norwood, b. 25 Oct 1713, is related, he would be Matthew's grandson, the child of an unnamed son of Matthew and Frances.
  135. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, p 82. Will of Thomas Hall, Senior, of Hamilton Tribe
    Wife Rachel (granddaughter of Richard Norwood) Mansion House & Property for her life & afterwards to two sons, Thomas & Malachi. [Rachel was daughter-in-law not wife - daughter of Elizabeth Witter].
  136. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, p. 81. Colonial Records, Vol 8, p 33, August 8 1677
    Deed of gift from Thomas Hall Senior & Rebecca his wife to his son Malachi Hall on his marriage with Rachel, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Witter, widow, for four acres land & house partly built, in Hamilton Tribe. Witnesses: Thomas Witter & John Pitt
    Note: Mrs. Elizabeth Witter was a daughter of Richard Norwood, the Surveyor.
    .
  137. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, p 81. Feb 25, 1688. Deed from Thomas Hall, Senior of Hamilton Tribe, planter, to his son Malachi Hall of same Tribe, weaver, .
  138. Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century, p 81. Feb 25, 1688. Deed from Thomas Hall, Senior of Hamilton Tribe, planter, to his son Malachi Hall of same Tribe, weaver, the southward 1/3 part of my two shares land bounded east by land of Daniel Ball, west by Richard North, south on sea. Witnesses: John Argent, John Pinder, John Kidgett.
  139. American Weekly Mercury, Issue 164, p 2, 29 Jan 1722, Philadelphia. Custom-House, Philadelphia, Feb. 5; Entered Outwards, Brigantine Dove, Henry Norwood, for the West Indies...
  140. American Weekly Mercury, Issue 236, p 2, 18 June 1724, Philadelphia. Philadelphia, June 25, Entered Inwards, Brigt. Dove Henry Norwood from Barbados...
  141. American Weekly Mercury, Issue 239, 9 July 1724, p 2, Philadelphia. Cleared for Departure, ...Brigantine Dove, Henery Norwood for Jamaica...
  142. American Weekly Mercury, 9 - 16 July 1724, Issue 239, p 2. CLEARED FOR DEPARTURE; Sloop Sarah and Mary, William Beek to Barbadoes, Brigt. Dove, Henery Norwood for Jamaica...
  143. American Weekly Mercury, Issue 501, 7 Aug 1729, p 4, Philadelphia. Philadelphia, August the 14th 1729. Cleared for Departure. Sloop Surinam, Henry Norwood to Antigua.
  144. American Weekly Mercury, Issue 557, p 4, August 27, 1730, Philadelphia, PA. Philadelphia, September 3. Inward Entries...Henry Norwood from Barbadoes, Sloop Advantage.
  145. American Weekly Mercury, 28 June - 5 July 1733, Issue 705, p. 4. Taken up in Delaware-Bay, on the 10th of June by Henry Norwood, two Negroe Men, whosoever is these Negroes may apply themselves to the said Henry Norwood and they may have them again paying the Charge thereof.
  146. Baptisms and Burials, Christ Church, Philadelphia, 1709-1760, page 190. Mar. 2, 1739-40, Norwood, Henry.
  147. American Weekly Mercury, 23-30 Aug 1739, Issue 1026, p 3. RAN-away, the 26th of this Month, from Jacob Caldorp of the City of Philadelphia, Shipwright, a Servant Man named Edmond Howard, about 18 Years of age, a tall slim Fellow, a little Pockbroken, a stubborn down look, brown Hair lately cut off and wears a white Cap, a felt Hat, a dark gray Kersey Jacket, a striped homespun Jacket and Breeches, a Linen Shirt, Yarn Stockings, old Shoes, and a pair of Trowsers mark'd with an R on the Wastband.
    Whoever takes up and secures the said Servant so that his Master may have him again, shall have Three Pounds Reward and reasonable Charges, paid by Jacob Caldorp.
    N.B.
    He is suppos'd to be in Company with John Griffiths and Benjamin Poet, belonging to Edward Wyatt, Taylor, and Jonathan Chambers belonging to Henry Norwood..
  148. International Genealogy Index - FamilySearch.org, Batch No. M725885, Dates 1721-1730, Source Call No: 1490578; Film. Henry Norwood; spouse: Elizabeth Steward; marriage: 06 JAN 1723, Christ Church and Saint Peters, Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.
  149. Historic Pennsylvania Church and Town Records, PA Church and Town Records, 1708-1985, p 15. 1701 Elizabeth the daughter of James Steward of St. Michaells river born October 19th 1701 bapsd September 13th 1702.
  150. American Weekly Mercury, 9 Jul - 16 Jul, 1724, Issue 239, p. 2. CLEARED FOR DEPARTURE; Sloop Sarah and Mary, William Beeke to Barbadoes, Brigt. Dove, Henery Norwood for Jamaica...
  151. American Weekly Mercury, 22 May - 29 May, 1740, Issue 1065, p. 3. TO BE SOLD; By publick Vendue, on the tenth Day of the next Month (June) by Elizabeth Norwood, the Widow of Henry Norwood deceased, a Pilot Boat almost new, with Masts, Sails, Oars and Rigging, two Cables and Anchors, and a very good Compass.
  152. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Norwood, Elizabeth; baptism; 24 Oct 1725; Henry; Elizabeth; record #3 (Christ Church).
  153. Ancestry.com (Online), Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60. Elizabeth Norwood; Henry and Elizabeth; burial 25 Nov 1725.
  154. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Norwood, Matthew; Dec 1726; Henry; Elizabeth; record #3(Christ Church).
  155. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Matthew Norwood; Henry and Elizabeth; baptism date: 26 Dec 1726; age at baptism: two weeks.
  156. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60. Matthew Norwood; Henry and Elizabeth; 30 Jun 1757 burial.
  157. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Norwood, Susannah; ca Sept 1733; Henry; Elizabeth; record #3 (Christ Church).
  158. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records, 1709-60 online. Susannah Norwood; Henry and Elizabeth; baptism: 27 Nov 1733; age at baptism: 9 weeks.
  159. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records, 1709-60 on-line. Susannah Norwood; Henry and Elizabeth; baptism: 27 Nov 1733; age at baptism: 9 weeks.
  160. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Norwood, Ann; ca Jun 1738; Henry; Elizabeth; record #3 (Christ Church).
  161. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Ann Norwood; Henry and Elizabeth; baptism date: 4 Jul 1738; age at baptism: 16 days.
  162. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Anne Norwood; Henry; burial date: 26 Dec 1738.
  163. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Anne Norwood; Henry and Elizabeth; baptism date: 30 Mar 1740; age at baptism: 5 months.
  164. American Weekly Mercury, Issue 581, 9 Feb 1730/31, p 2, Philadelphia. Philadelphia, February 16. Entred(sic) inwards. Brig. Pennsylvania Hope, Andrew Norwood from South Carolina.
  165. American Weekly Mercury, Issue 583, 24 Feb 1730/31, p 3. Philadelphia, March 2. Entred(sic) inwards. Cleared fro Departure. Brig. Pennsylvania-Hope, Andrew Norwood to Barbadoes.
  166. American Weekly Mercury, 28 Dec 1731 - 4 Jan 1732, Issue 627, P. 2. Philadelphia, Jan 4. The Briganteen Pennsylvania-Hope Andrew Norwood of this Place, from Barbados, is arriving at the Horekills, but by reason of the Ice in our River can not come up. The Ice has also prevented any Entries or Clearances this Week.
  167. American Weekly Mercury, 29 Feb - 7 Mar, 1731/2 Issue 636, p 3. CUSTOM-HOUSE, PHILADELPHIA. ENTRED INWARDS; Brigt. Pennsylvania Hope, Andrew Norwood from Virginia...
  168. American Weekly Mercury, Issue 690, 13 Mar 1732/3, p 4. Custom-house Philadelphia, Outward Entries, March 20, 1732. Sloop Speedwell, Andrew Norwood, to South Carolina.
  169. American Weekly Mercury, 8-15 June 1832, Issue: 650; Page, 4. CUSTOM-HOUSE, Philadelphia. Entred Inwards:
    ...Sloop Speedwell, Andrew Norwood, for South Carolina...

    Entred Outwards: ... Sloop Speedwell, Andrew Norwood for So-Carolina...

  170. American Weekly Mercury, 19-26 June, 1932, Issue: 651, p 2. CUSTOM-HOUSE, Philadelphia, June 15, Entred In. John Reaves from London, Nathanael Welch from Boston, George Spafford for Madera, Andrew Norwood from South Carolina.
  171. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765, page 363. Norwood, Henry; ca Sept 1728; Andrew; Sarah; record #3 (Christ Church).
  172. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Henry Norwood; Andrew and Sarah; baptism date: 26 Dec 1728; age at baptism: 3 months 2 weeks.
  173. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Henry Norwood; Andrew; burial date: 20 Mar 1730.
  174. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia Church Records 1709-60 online. Henry Norwood; Andrew; burial 20 Mar 1730; Presbyterian Ground.
  175. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Charles Norwood; Andrew and Sarah; baptism date: 5 Nov 1730; age at baptism: 2 wks.
  176. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765, page 363. Norwood, Sarah; ca Jan 1733; Andrew; Sarah; record #3 (Christ Church).
  177. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia Church Records, 1709-60 online. Sarah Norwood; Andrew and Sarah; baptism date: 1 Aug 1734; age at baptism: 19 months.
  178. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records, 1709-60. Sarah Norwood; Andrew and Sarah; baptism date: 1 Aug 1734; age at baptism: 19 months.
  179. Pennsylvania Gazette, 3 Nov 1748, Issue 1038, p 3. Philadelphia, October 27, 1748
    To be sold by John Norwood, at his house, very reasonable for ready money only, at the corner of Pewter-platter-alley.
    Super fine broad cloaths, fine English and India chints, choice paduafoys, English damasks, vellures, Irish linnens, garlix, hollands, cambricks, diapers, bird-eyes, allopeens, baladine silks, tapes, nunn's thread, table-cloaths, dimitties, napkins, fine gause and paper fans, mens and womens gloves, and sundry other English goods.
    N. B. the said Norwood intends to leave this place in four weeks at farthest.
  180. Pennsylvania Gazette, 13 Jul 1749, Issue: 1074, p 4. All persons indebted to John Norwood, late of Philadelphia merchant, are desired to pay their respective debts to us the subscribers, auditors appointed by the court of Common-pleas to receive the same: And those who have any demands against the said John Norwood, are desired to bring in their accounts, to the end distribution may be made, according to the act of assembly of this province, in that case provided. Peter Bard, Henry Elves, James Benezet.
  181. Philadelphia, PA Records, Will Book K, p 24. Will proved 13 Dec 1752.
  182. Buried Genealogical Data, p 168. Norwood John - P (Philadelphia) 3 January 1765 The Pennsylvania Gazette listed mail being held for him at the Philadelphia post office.
  183. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765, page 363. they are named as the parents of the listed children in Christ Church records.
  184. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765, page 363. Norwood, William; 20 Aug 1741; John; Mary; record #3 (Christ Church).
  185. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records, 1709-60 on-line. Norwood, William; John and Mary; bapt. 30 Aug 1741; age at baptism: 10 days.
  186. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records, 1709-60 online. Norwood, William; John and Mary; bapt. 30 Aug 1741; age at baptism: 10 days.
  187. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765, page 363. Norwood, Joseph; 18 Jun 1745; John; Mary; record #3 (Christ Church).
  188. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Joseph Norwood; John; burial date: 21 Jun 1747.
  189. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. John Norwood; John; burial 12 Sept 1742.
  190. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. John Norwood; John; burial date: 12 Sept 1742.
  191. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Elizabeth Norwood; John; burial date: 14 Jul 1744.
  192. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. Baptism occurred July 1694.
  193. Last Will and Testament of Cornelia Norwood, 1772. ...the children of Samuel Broadhurst Mariner deceased who was the Son of Melura Lewis my Sister.
  194. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 18 Jul; Benjamin Narwood, Cornelia Van Cleeft; Miljora; Richard Narwood, Geesje Van Cleeft.
  195. New York City Wills, 1760 - 66, Page 174.
  196. New York Marriages 1600 - 1900, 1885, selected extracts, page 123. Norwood, Meliora; Spouse: Luwis, Antony; Marriage Date: 1726; Location: New York City.
  197. New York City - Deeds, NYC Finanace Roll #5 (Liber 31, page 1 thru Liber 33, page 355) Liber 31 pp 249-251. ...Anthony Lewis (by & with the advice & consent of Meloria his wife...
  198. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 60, No 3, Jul 1929, p 245. Anthony Lewis bapt 1690; married first about 1710, date unknown, Jannetje Marinus; married second, Aug 4, 1726, Meliora Norwood.
  199. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1726: August 2; Antony Luwis & Meliora Norwood; August 4.
  200. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol LX No 2, p 137. Anthony, bapt. Jan 1, 1690; wit: Leendert Lievenszen, Catharina van der poel, Maryken abeel.
  201. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 60, NO 3 Jul 1929, p 245. Anthony, bapt. Jan 1, 1690; wit: Leendert Lievenszen, Catharina van der poel, Maryken abeel.
  202. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 60 No 3, Jul 1929, p 245. Anthony Lewis was a cooper, and was made a Freeman Apr 24, 1716.
  203. New York City - Deeds, NYC Finanace Roll #5 (Liber 31, page 1 thru Liber 33, page 355) Liber 31 pp 249-251.
  204. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 60, No 3, Jul 1929, p 245. Anthony Lewis was a cooper, and was made a Freeman Apr 24, 1716.
  205. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 60, No 2, Jul 1929, p 245. Thomas, bapt. June 29, 1729. Wit: John Holt, Cornelia Norwood.
  206. Dutch Reformed Church of Albany Records. Baptism: 1700. Sept 1, Samuel, of Jonathan Braadhazt and Cathalyntje Bensin. Wit: Harmen Thomasz, Thomas Harmensz, Agnietje Van Vecht.
  207. First Settlers of the Ancient County of Albany, 1630-1800, page 27. Broadhurst, Jonathon and Catalyntie Bensing m. 1696. Ch: Samuel, bpt Sept 1, 1700.
  208. Dutch Reformed Church of Albany Records. 1700. Sept 1, Samuel, of Jonathan Braadhazt and Cathalyntje Bensin. Wit: Harmen Thomasz, Thomas Harmensz, Agnietje Van Vecht.
  209. American Weekly Mercury, 11 July 1823, Issue 187, p 2, Philadelphia. New-York, July 1: Cleared for Departure - Sloop Unity Samuel Brodhurst to Boston.
  210. New York City Court Records, 1684 - 1760, page 38. Samuel Broad hurst appears to answer to an order made by Francis Harrison and John Cruger, Esqrs., for maintenance of a bastard child by him begot on Meliora Norwood. 4 May 1725. He moves to have the order quashed. 4 May 1725. The order of the justices is confirmed. 3 Aug 1725 Writ of certiorari for removing the said order. 3 May 1726.
  211. New York City Wills, 1760 - 66, Page 296.
  212. Hendrick Willemsen, Baker, of New Amsterdam and his Three Daughters. footnote #142, Detroit Society for Genealogical Research Magazine, v.3 #7 (April 1940), page 171.:
    "Samuel Broadhurst, Bapt. Sept 1, 1700; d. Nov 1, 1755; m. Anna Pell of Pelham Manor, Westchester Co, NY. Samuel Broadhurst was a mariner, who received the Freedom of New York in 1725. Presumably he was a mariner whose voyages were on the high seas, as on Nov 1, 1755 he was drowned in the Port of Lisbon, when Portugal's capital was nearly destroyed by the great earthquake in which about 40,000 lives were lost, and where the exulting sea rang the requiem over his last resting place.".
  213. New York City Wills, 1760 - 66. Will proved April 10, 1762.
  214. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. Dirck Narwood, son of Benjamin and Cornelia, 6 Dec 1696.
  215. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1696. 6 Dec; Benjamin Narwood, Cornelia V. Cleeft; Dirck; Jacobus Van Cortiant, Elisabeth Van Cleeft.
  216. Revised History of Harlem (City of New York).
  217. History of the City of New York, p 373. 1734. Norwood, Richard.
  218. Minutes of the Common Council of the city of New York, 1675-1776 , p 123. 1734. October 29th. Richard Norwood, Mariner. R(egistered).
  219. Dutch Church Burials, New York City, NY. Richard Narwood, 16 Mar 1755.
  220. New York Marriages 1600 - 1900, 1882 selected extracts, page 21. Norwood, Richard; Spouse: Kool, Maria; Marriage Date: 1758; Location: New York City.
  221. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 12; Richard Norwood & Maria Kool; 12.
    (Richard and Maria registered on the 12th and actually were married on the 12th.).
  222. Abstracts of Wills - Surrogate's Office, City of New York, Vol I, page 212. Liber 3-4, page 414: Marriage license Granted to Benjamin Norwood and Cornelia Van Clyff, February 20, 1692.
    Note: Cornelia Van Clyff was daughter of Dirck Van der Clyff, who owned the farm next east of the "Shoe makers Pasture" and through which Cliff street and Gold street were laid out. WSP.
  223. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1 Feb; Barent Kool, Margreta Oge; Maria; Cornelis Viely, Margreta dee Riemer, wife of Dom. Selyns Zair.
  224. Dutch Church Burials, New York City, NY. 13 Nov 1775, Widow Norwood, wife Richard Norwood.
  225. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. Baptism is 20 May 1722.
  226. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1722. 20 May; Richard Narwood, Maria Kool; Cornelia; William Lane, Cornelia Norwood.
  227. Dutch Church Burials, New York City, NY. Cornelia, 11 May 1729, dau. Dirck Narwood.
  228. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1725. 3 Feb; Richard Narwood, Maria Cool; Benjamin; Andrew Narwood; Femmetje Cool.
  229. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. Baptism is 3 Feb 1725.
  230. Inhabitants of New York 1774-1776, p 231. Norwood, Benjamin N New York(County) 76-A (Address to Admiral and General Howe, 16 October 1776. (New York City During the Revolution, Mercantile Library Assn of NYC, 1861, pp. 117-137) Amemorial to Admiral Lord Richard Howe and General Sir William Howe signed by 948 inhabitants of the City and County of New York expressing loyalty to King George the Third and paying that they, the Howe's, would restore this city and county to His Majesty's protection and peace.
    Clearly the signers of this letter, including Benjamin, John, and Vanderclife Norwood, all brothers, were Loyalists or Tories. Interesting because Richard, another brother, Tobias, first cousin, and Mary's husband Thomas Sickles, were taking an active role fighting for independence.
  231. Last Will and Testament of Cornelia Norwood, 1772. John is specifically mentioned in his aunt Cornelia Norwood's will proved 25 April 1772 as the son of her brother Richard Norwood, deceased.
  232. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1728. 18 Dec; Reichard Norwood, Maria Kool; Johnannes; Johannes Brutell; Cornelia Norwood.
  233. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, p 13. Rex vs. John Norwood. 6, 7 and 8 Aug., 6 Nov. 1765. He presents a certificate from the church wardens that he has indemnified the parish. 7 Nov. 1765.
  234. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, p 35. John Norwood is discharged 4 Feb nd 4 Nov 1773.
  235. Inhabitants of New York 1774-1776, p 231. Norwood, John N New York(County) 76-A (Address to Admiral and General Howe, 16 October 1776. (New York City During the Revolution, Mercantile Library Assn of NYC, 1861, pp. 117-137) Amemorial to Admiral Lord Richard Howe and General Sir William Howe signed by 948 inhabitants of the City and County of New York expressing loyalty to King George the Third and paying that they, the Howe's, would restore this city and county to His Majesty's protection and peace.
    Clearly the signers of this letter, including Benjamin, John, and Vanderclife Norwood, brothers, were Loyalists or Tories. Interesting because Richard, Tobias, and Mary's husband Thomas Sickles, were taking an active role fighting for independence.
  236. New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, 1914, Page 383. Richard Norwood and his wife Maria Cool had a son Andrew, baptized in the Dutch Church, 1731; a second son Andrew, baptized Feb 7, 1733, but he is not mentioned in the will of his aunt, Cornelia Norwood, 1772.
  237. New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, 1914, Page 383. Richard Norwood and his wife Maria Cool had a son Andrew, baptized in the Dutch Church, 1731.
  238. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1731 - 15 Sept; Richard Norwood, Maria Cool; Andrew; Miljora Norwood, h. v. Van Antony Lewis.
  239. Last Will and Testament of Cornelia Norwood, 1772. Andrew was not mentioned in the will of his aunt Cornelia Norwood, who did mention his four brothers specifically as Richard Norwood's sons.
  240. Dutch Church Burials, New York City, NY. Burial 20 Dec 1731.
  241. Dutch Church Burials, New York City, NY. Burial Date: 20 Dec 1731, Andrew son of Richard Norwood.
  242. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York. Bap. 16 July 1740 - Benjamin Noxwood, Maria Cool; Matthew; Laurens Van d'r Speiegel, Elsje Van d'r Spiegel, Wed. v. Isaac Loderego.
  243. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York. 16 July 1740 - Benjamin Noxwood, Maria Cool; Matthew; Laurens Van d'r Speiegel, Elsje Van d'r Spiegel, Wed. v. Isaac Loderego.
  244. St. Nicholas Society Records. G Grandfather: Andrew Norwood, b. 4 Apr 1703, d. June 1787.
  245. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1703. 4 Apr; Benjamin Narret, Cornelia Van Clyf; Anderies; Jan Crigo, Maragreta Korse alias Smith.
  246. Indentures of Apprentices, 1718 - 1727, Page 118. Registerd for Cornelius Bridgeman the 9th day of March, Anno Dom 1718.
    Indenture of Andrew Norwood Son of Cornelia Norwood, Widdow to Cornelius Bridgeman, Barber and Wigmaker for seven years from March 28th, 1718.
    Usual form including "and shall also find and provide unto the Said Apprentice Sufficient Meat, Drink, Apparell, Lodging, and Washing fitting for an Apprentice, and at the End of the Said Term he the said Master Shall give unto the Said Apprentice One New Suit of Wareing Apparell Consisting of a Coat, Wastcoat and Breeches, a New hatt, Two New Neckclothes, Six New Shirts, One New pair of stockings and one New pair of shoes, also a Block a vrie and two New Razors and winters schooling dureing Said Time..."
    Signed March 28th, 1718 by Andrew Norwood
    In the presence of Richard Norwood, Edward Pennant.
    Acknowedged March 28th, 1718 before John Cruger, Justice of the Peace.
  247. The Hoosac Valley, Its Legends and History, p 115. The founders of the Fort St Croix in 1724 included: Patroon Garret Cornelius Van Ness, Arendt Van Corlaer...Andrew Norwood...
    Fort St.Croix (1): 1620s, Rensselaer County, West of Town of North Hoosick. Dutch stockade with cannon on North east bank of the Hoosick River. Destroyed some years later.
  248. Calendar of Wills - New Jersey - 1761-1770, p. 207. 1749, Feb 2. Hude James, Esq., of New Brunswick, Middlesex, Co.,; will of. Son, James, wife Mary; children James, Mary, Catherine, Anne, Robert, Susannah, Halenah, Margaret.
    1762, Sept. 29. Codicil. Replaces Francis Costigin with dau. Mary as executor.
    Witnessed bh Henry Guest, William Harrison, Andrew Norwood. Proved March 12, 1768.
    Liber I, p. 216.
  249. Calendar of Wills, New Jersey, 1751-1760, p. 209. 1751, July 8. Lunn, Martha, of New Brunswick, Middlesex Co., spinster. Int. Bond of Peter Cocran, principal creditor, Adm'r; Andrew Norwood and John Van Norden fellowbondsmen, all of New Brunswick.
  250. New Jersey Archives, Leg Records, 1756-1759; Box 1-13, Folder 18, p 2. Family 37 = accessed on ancestry.com. Andrew Norwood, name on a petition, 23 Mar 1758, to House of Rep. from the inhabitants of the "Corporation of New Brunswick and plans adjacent" who quartered soldiers of 3 companies of the 11th Regiment.
  251. Calendar of Wills - New Jersey - 1761-1770, Vol 4, p 127. 1769, Oct 16. Egberts, Isaac, of New Brunswick, Middlesex Co; will of. Wife, Catherine - daughters Barbara, Francyntje and Femmetje, son Thomas, daughters Susanna and Maria, son Jacobus, daughter Fannetje. Witnesses - William Ouke, John Van Buren, Andrew Norwood. Proved Dec 25, 1769. Liber K, p. 168.
  252. New Jersey Archives, Inventories of Damages by the British and Americans in New Jersey, 1776-1782, Bk B, p 156. Damages by the British in Middlesex County, NJ, Vol 4, 1776-1777, p. 156
    Ditto of Andrew Norwood of New Brunswick £ D
    To 6 Windsor Chairs 6@ - 1 look Glass 3@ 4 10
    3 Gilt fram pictures 3@ 1 10
    1 piece of Curtain Calico 6
    3 Tables or Stands 2@ - 3 pewter dishes 2 16
    1 Copper Coffee Pot 1 4
    1/2 Doz Earthen Plates @ - 1 Iron ?? 19
    1 large frying Pan @ 7
    1 new Necessary House destroyed 2
    1 Bedstead @ 2 Washing Tubs @ 1 2
    1 Case of Flash Bottles 12
    1 Good Sheet @ 1/2 Doz new knives & forks 18
    Board fence round my Lot destroyed 4 10
    24 lights of dishes & glasses 1 10
    1 Iron pot @ 1 hair brush @ China @ 16
    1 Calico short gown @ 1 Tea Kettle @ 1 5
    6 Rush bottom Chairs 1
    3 Iron bound pails 14
    1 Collender @ 1 flat iron 5
    2 ?? 10
    32 8

    Andrew Norwood being sworn saith that the above Inventory is Just and true and that he was knowing to the British troops and their Adherents taking & Destroying most of the above said Articles and that he has Sufficient reason to believe they took and destroyed all. And that he has not Received any satisfaction for any aforesaid thing contained in this Inventory -
    Sworn before me Ths Alden Andrew Norwood


    The New Jersey Gazette, Vol 1, Issue 39, 2 Sept 1778, page 4:

    New Jersey, Middlesex, ff. - Whereas inquisitions have been found against the following persons, who have either joined the army of the King of Great-Britain, or have otherwise offended against the form of their allegiance to this State, viz. Barnardus Legrange, Frederick Wifer, Jacob Wifer, jun. James Collins, Andrew Norwood, John Pack, William Hall, Nathaniel Mundroe, Richard Davis, John Brown, Duncan McCarty, Matthew Sieght, James Richmond, John Richmond, John Duychinck, Peter Barbine, Alexander Watson, Robert Grames, John Van Norden, jun. Oliver Delancey, of New-York, but who has estate in Middlesex county, Andrew Merfereau, John Perrine, jun. Samuel Smith, John Cook, Robert Martin, Stephen Skinner, Oliver Barbine, Robert Richard Crowe, Andrew Barbine, Samuel Warne, David Gosling, Robert Campbell, Cortland Skinner, and Philip French, of Somerset, but who has estate in Middlesex; which inquisitions have been returned at the last Court of Common-Pleas held at New-Brunswick, in and for the said county of Middlesex, and proclamation made in open Court according to law for the said offenders, or any person on their behalf, to appear and traverse the said inquisitions. NOTICE is hereby given to the said offenders, that if they do not appear, or any person in their behalf, or whoever shall think himself interested in the premises, at the next Court of Common-Pleas to be held at New-Brunswick, in and for the county of Middlesex, on the send Tuesday in October next, to traverse and put in the security required by law, that then the said inquisitions will be taken to be true, and final judgment will be entered thereon.
    John Lloyd
    William Scudder,
    Commissioners

    Middlesex county, August 15, 1778


    New York City Court Records, 1684 - 1760
    Andrew Norwood and John Oates are discharged from their recognizances. 5 Aug 1746

    Supreme Court of New Jersey
    Case files
    Box 565, Item 37203, Loc.: C14-18-07
    State vs Norwood

    The Jurors in Behalf of the State of New Jersey for the People of the County of Middlesex upon their Oath present that the State of New Jersey and the United States of America was are and for some time past have been at open war and Enmity with George the Third King of great Britain, and that Andrew Norwood late of New Brunswick in the said Count of Middlesex on the first day of July in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and Twenty Seven and during the War afd from New Brunswick in the said County of Middlesex did voluntarily, maliciously, advisedly and seditously go over to the City of New York, in the State of New York, which said City of New York was then in the possession of the Enemy, to wit of the Army of the said King of Great Britain, and the Jurors afd upon their Oath afd do further present, that the said Andrew Norwood afterwards to wit on the nineteenth day of August in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy eight and during the War afd did voluntarily, maliciously, advisedly and seditiously come from the City of New York afd so as afd being in the possession of the Enemy aforesaid and return to New Brunswick afd in the said County of Middlesex and State of New Jersey without any leave License or support previously obtained from any Competent Authority to the Evil Example of all others in the like case offending against the form of the Act of the New Council and General Assembly of this State in such case one and provided against the peace of this State the Government and Dignity of the same.
    Wm Paterson Atty Genl


    On opposite side of case file: Midx Oyer & Term. , Au? Mor?,
    The State vs Andrew Norwood - In?? from Midterm
    A True Bill
    James Abraham Foreman
    Def. being charged pleaded Guilty

    New-York Gazette and Weekly Mercury, 24 Jan 1774; Issue 1161; p. 4, New York, NY:
    Pursuan to an order of the inferior court of common pleas held at New-Ark, in and for the county of Essex, NOTICE is hereby given to the respective creditors of Andrew Norwood and James Hogan, insolvent debtors, now confined for debt in the gaol of the county of Essex, that the said creditors appear before two of the judges of said court, on Tuesday the 15th day of February next, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, at the courthouse in New-Ark aforesaid, to shew cause (if any they have) why the said prisoners should not be discharged from their imprisonment, agreeable to the directions of an act of the Governor, Council, and General Assembly of the province of New-Jersey, passed in the twelfth year of his present Majesty's reign, entitled, "An act for the relief of insolvent debtors.".

  253. The Loyalists of New Jersey, p 297. Norwood, Andrew, Middlesex Co, inquiry, 1778 (2 NE 470) Newspaper Extract, Vol II-V "New Jersey Archives"

    See details in Notes.

  254. Ratables, New Brunswick, Middlesex, NJ, file 952. 1779 = Andrew Norwood, 3 householders - no land, horses, cattle, hogs.
  255. US Reconstructed Records, 1660-1820, Page Number 4; Family Number 12. Andw Norwood, male, New Jersey, Middlesex County, 1780;
    Name on a memorial, 30 Sept 1777, to the Council and General Assembly from inhabitants of Middlesex County concerning the "depreciated State of the Continental money".
  256. Middlesex County New Jersey, Deed Abstracts, Book1, p. 63. (p. 418) ABRAHAM SCHUYLER, SHERIFF to JOHN BRAY
    26 September 1783 - Abraham Schuyler High Sheriff...Middlesex...NJ...(obtained a writ) due to a Judgement of Joseph Vickers against Phillip French deceased and he confiscated and sold)...Lot #8 Vacant at the foot of the bridge in New Brunswick...(for 17 pounds to John Bray)...(adjoining land owners or names - Peace Street, Ellit Cresey, Andrew Norwood, John Bray, Frederick Van Dyke)...,(Signed - Abraham Schuyler, witnesses - John Lyle Junr, Moses Lyle; recorded - 25 January 1790.).
  257. Last Will & Testament - Andrew Norwood, 1784, Liber 29 page 358 Middlesex Co, 1787. Will date 15 Apr 1784 - proved 19 Jun 1784

    Copy of original will in box #2

    PDF copy from Jon von Briesen.

  258. Documents of New Jersey - Colonial, Revolutionary and Post-Revolutionary, page 292. 1784, April 15, Norwood, Andrew, of New Brunswick, Middlesex Co., peruke maker; will of. Eldest son, John, 30 shillings. Children, Tobias, Andrew, Catherine, Cornelia, Hannah and Mary, 35 shillings. Wife, Hannah, rest of personal and real estate; house and lot in New Brunswick, on Albany St.; also a legace given to me by my sister, Cornelia Norwood, of New York, deceased. Exeutrix - wife, Hannah. Witnesses - Peter Vredenbrugh, William Applegate, John Thompson. Proved June 19, 1787.
  259. Calendar of Wills - New Jersey - 1761-1770, Vol VI - 1781-1785, ed. by Elmer T. Hutchinson. 1784, April 15. Norwood, Andrew, of New Brunswick, Middlesex Co., peruke maker; will of. Eldest son, John, 30 shillings. Children, Tobias, Andrew, Catherine, Cornelia, Hannah and Mary, 35 shillings. Wife, Hannah, rest of personal and real estate; house and lot in New Brunswick, on Albany St.; also a legacy given to me by my sister Cornelia Norwood, of New York, deceased. Executrix - wife, Hannah. Witnesses - Peter Vredenburgh, William Applegate, John Thompson. Proved June 19, 1787.
    Liber 29, p. 358.
  260. Notices from New Jersey Newpapers, 1781 - 1790, p 336, Brunswick Gazette. 9 Oct 1787, To be sold, a house in Albany Street, New Brunswick, late the property of Andrew Norwood, deceased. Apply to John Neilson in New Brunswick, or to Andrew Norwood, 32 Crown Street, New York.
  261. Cemetery Record, Sancoick, Rensselaer, New York cemetery. ANDREW NORWOOD - lived greater part of his life in Burnswick, NJ
    He died 23 Jan 1787 AE 85.
    Cemetery records compiled by DAR.
  262. Norwood Genealogy - rootsweb. I have no independent source to support this.
  263. Last Will & Testament - Andrew Norwood, 1784, Liber 29 page 358 Middlesex Co 1787.
  264. Brunswick Gazette, p. 336, Notices from New Jersey Newspapers, TB Wilson, Hunterdon House: New Jersey, 1988. 9 October 1787
    To be sold, a house in Albany Street, New Brunswick, late the property of Andrew Norwood, deceased. Apply to John Neilson in New Brunswick, or to Andrew Norwood, 32 Crown Street, New York.
  265. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790. "...parcel of Ground Situate lying and being in New Brunswick aforesaid Beginning at the North end of a Certain Street called Peace Street at the West Side thereof at the South Sid of French's Street, then Westerly along the said South Side of French's Street, Forty feet thence Southerly at Right Angles from said French's Street twenty five feet thence Easterly on a line Parralel(sic) to said French's Street, to Peace Street at thence Northerly along the West Side of said Peace Street, to where it first began...".
  266. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings. 1744 Nov 4. Noorwood, Andrew and Annatje - Tobias; Witnesses: Tobias V. Norden and Jenne Camble (Baptism of son Tobias)
    [Record demonstrating their marriage - have been unable to find any independent record for the wedding.].
  267. Last Will & Testament - Andrew Norwood, 1784, Liber 29 page 358 Middlesex Co, 1787. I give and bequeath to my Well Beloved Wife Hannah, all the residue and remainder of my Estate real and Personal, whatsoever and wheresoever.
  268. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol 60 No 2, May 1985, p. 85. The Ledgers of Moses Scott, MD, held by the Special Collections Dept., Alexander Library, Rutgers University, abstracted by Dorothy A Stratford.

    Norwood, Altha, Sept. 24, 1779
    Norwood, Andrew, Dec. 27, 1779; Sept. 10, 1781 for Cornelia; Sept. 13, 1781, for Altha; Oct. 12, 1782, wife.
    Norwood, Mary, 1790.

  269. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. Baptism: Oct 15, 1712: Johannes Van Norden, Hendrikje Ten Yk; Annetje; Theofilus Pels, Annatje Hooglant
    (Father: Johannes Van Norden; Mother: Hendrikje Ten Yk; infant: Annetje; witnesses: Theofilus Pels and Annatje Hooglant.
  270. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. Oct 15, 1712: Johannes Van Norden, Hendrikje Ten Yk; Annetje; Theofilus Pels, Annatje Hooglant
    (Father: Johannes Van Norden; Mother: Hendrikje Ten Yk; infant: Annetje; witnesses: Theofilus Pels and Annatje Hooglant.
  271. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790, Middlesex County Deeds Book 1, pages 533 - 536.
  272. Middlesex County New Jersey, Deed Abstracts, Book1, p. 77. (p. 533) HANNAH NORWOOD to JOHN DENNIS JUNIOR
    ...all signed before a New York Notary on 14 July 1791; recorded - 25 July 1791.
  273. Norwood Genealogy - rootsweb. Deed of sale was written 20 July 1790, signed before a notary, and recorded 25 July 1791.
  274. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11 No 3 Jul 1926 page 406. Baptism: 1739, Mar 25, Norwood, Andrew and Annatje - Benjamin.
  275. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11 No 3 Jul 1926 page 406. 1739, Mar 25, Norwood, Andrew and Annatje - Benjamin.
  276. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, FHL Film 17783. Listed as communicant of the First Presbyterian Church on Dec 11, 1769.
  277. Last Will & Testament - Andrew Norwood, 1784. Benjamin is not mentioned in his father's will in 1784.
  278. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11, no 3, Jul 1926 page 407. Baptism: 1741, Feb 14 - Norwood Andrew, Andrew and Annatje - Johannis.
  279. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11, No 3, Jul 1926, page 407. 1741, Feb 14 - Norwood Andrew, Andrew and Annatje - Johannis.
  280. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, Issue 1598, 3 Jun 1782, p 3. The partnership of Pozer and Norwood, bakers, No. 54, Cherry-street, dissolves this day; all persons that have any demands upon them are requested to call, and they shall be settled; and those who are indebted to said partnership are desired to discharge their accounts, which will be esteemed a favour by their humble servants,
    POZER and NORWOOD.
  281. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790. ...Between Hannah Norwood widow and relict of Andrew Norwood late of the City of New Brunswick Peruke Maker deceased John Norwood Baker, Jonathon Twist House Carpenter...
  282. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790, Middlesex County Deeds Book 1, pages 533 - 536. John Norwood Baker, Jonathon Twist House Carpenter & Cornelia his Wife Thomas Sickles Merchant and Mary his Wife All of Verlam Slack in the County of Albany.
  283. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11, No 3, Jul 1926 page 409. Baptism: 1743, Feb 27 - Noorwood, Andrew and Annatje - Dirck.
  284. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11 No 3, Jul 1926 page 409. 1743, Feb 27 - Noorwood, Andrew and Annatje - Dirck.
  285. New-York Gazette, or Weekly Post-Boy, Issue 1439, p 1, 30 July 1770. TO THE PUBLIC: The following is a list of those who gave up their names for continuing the non-importation agreement in conjunction with the other colonies. But the reader is not to consider those named in this list as the only persons in this city, who were for supporting the laudable compact; for there are a great number of the citizens that were so dissatisfied at the attempts that have been made from time to time, to violate the agreement, and the frequent applications made to them, to sign papers on that subject that they would not make any other declarations, than that they had once fig'd the agreement, which they judged sufficient; and there has no returns been made of the sense of the inhabitants of the Our ward; all which accounts for there not being a greater number in this list...Norwood, Tobias; Norwood, Richard.
  286. Last Will & Testament - Andrew Norwood, 1784. Dirck is not mentioned in his father's will in 1784.
  287. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11 No 4 Oct 1926 page 553. 1754 July 14. Narwood, Andrew and Anatie - Hanna.
  288. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11, No 4, Oct 1926, p 553. 1754 July 14. Narwood, Andrew and Anatie - Hanna.
  289. Last Will & Testament - Andrew Norwood, 1784. She was not mentioned in her father's will in 1784.
  290. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 12, No 1 Jan 1927, p 83. 1763 Sept. 11. Norwood, Andrew and Johanna - Johanna.
  291. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Norwood, Mary; baptism; 2 Jan 1730; Henry; Elizabeth; record #3 (Christ Church).
  292. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Mary Norwood; Henry and Elizabeth; baptism date: 2 Jan 1730; Age at baptism: 4 mos 3 wks.
  293. Pennsylvania Vital Records, PA Marriage Licenses issued by Governor James Hamilton 1748-1752, comp. Helen Jordan, pp. 502, 516. Graysbury (Graybury) James and Mary Norwood 1750 September.
  294. Pennsylvania Births, Philadelphia County, 1644 - 1765. Norwood, Elizabeth; ca Jul 1731; Henry; Elizabeth; record #3 (Christ Church).
  295. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Elizabeth Norwood; Henry and Elizabeth; baptism date: 24 Sept 1731; age at baptism: 8 weeks.
  296. Ancestry.com, Philadelphia, PA Church Records 1709-60 online. Elizabeth Norwood; Henry and Elizabeth; baptism date: 24 Sep 1731; age at baptism: 8 weeks.
  297. Pennsylvania Vital Records, PA Marriage Licenses issued by Governor James Hamilton 1748-1752, comp. Helen Jordan, pp. 488, 515. Arrell, William and Elizabeth Norwood 1749, March 25.
  298. My Forefathers.
  299. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. Baptism: 30 Aug 1727, Samuel Broadhurst; Samuel Broadhurst and Antje Pell; 30 Aug 1727.
  300. New York City Court Records, 1684 - 1760, p 38. Samuel Broadhurst was ordered to support illegitimate child born of Meliora Norwood 4 May 1725.
  301. Abstracts of Wills - Surrogate's Office, City of New York, Liber 23, p 296. Will dated 16 Mar 1762; Proved 10 Apil 1762; Executor: John Heath; Witnesses: John Exceen, carpenter, and Joshua Kiddell, merchant.
  302. Abstracts of Wills - Surrogate's Office, City of New York, Liber 23, page 296. Will dated 16 Mar 1762; Proved 10 Apil 1762; Executor: John Heath; Witnesses: John Exceen, carpenter, and Joshua Kiddell, merchant.
  303. My Forefathers. Samuel Bradhurst (b. 1727; d. 1762).
  304. My Forefathers. Samuel Bradhurst = Hannah Heath.
  305. Last Will and Testament of Cornelia Norwood, 1772. Henry is specifically mentioned in his aunt Cornelia Norwood's will proved 25 April 1772 as the son of her brother Richard Norwood, deceased.
  306. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1726. 7 Dec; Richard Narwood, Maria Kool; Hendrik; Vanderklyf Brutel; Hendrikje Provoost, Anthony Liewis.
  307. New Jersey Archives, Box 387, Item/BK #21167,. Court case, most of which is impossible to read, but evidently he had personal items stolen by a James Persey.
    I do not know that there is a real connection between the Henry Norwood in the court case and this mariner, but I'm including it in hopes that some connection can be made in the future.
    Date is determined by the year George II came to the throne - 1727 - 22 years into his reign = 1749.
  308. Genealogy Magazine of New Jersey, Vol 43, p. 34. New York Ratables, Jan 1779 and Feb 1780 (Books 534, 535)
    Henry Norwood, hh; ex.
  309. Marriage Bond, New Jersey State Archives; Marriage Bonds, Liber N, page 38. dated 3 Jun 1759 for marriage of Henry Norwood, New York Marriner, and Margery Thompson, Perth Amboy, New Jersey.
  310. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. Baptism - 1733. Feb 7; Richard Norwood, Maria Cool; Andrew; Meljora Luwes.
  311. New York City Common Council Minutes, p 691. Ordered that Andrew Hageman Andrew Norwood and Peter H Wendover be appointed Measurers of Grain.
  312. City Directory - New York, 1794, published by T & J Swords, p 138, accessed on footnote.com. Norwood, Andrew, measurer, 58 Beaver-street.
  313. City Directory, 1796, Pub by D Longworth, NY, NY, p. 259, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Andrew, measurer of grain, 58 Beaver-str.
  314. City Directory, p. 49. Measurers: Andrew Norwood, No. 58, Cedar Street.
  315. City Directory, New York 1799, p. 49. Measurers: Andrew Norwood, No. 58 Cedar Street.
  316. New York City Common Council Minutes, p 627. 19 May 1800; Ordered that Andrew Norwood & Joseph Meeks be appointed Measurers.
  317. City Directory - New York, 1800, Pub by D Longworth, NY, NY, p 290, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Andrew S. upholster, 127 William
    Norwood, Richard, custom-house measurer, 52 Gold
    Norwood, Andrew, measurer of grain, 58 Beaver
    .
  318. New York City Common Council Minutes, p 197. The following person formerly measurers of grain have not been reappointed. to wit Andrew Norwood (who) is now employed in the Custom House.
  319. City Directory - New York, 1803, Pub by Abraham Shoemaker, NY, NY, p 227, accessed on Fold3. Norwood, Andrew, measurer of grain, 58 Beaver.
  320. City Directory, Longworth's New-York directory, 1806, p. 336. Norwood, Andrew, custom-house-measurer, 58 Beaver.
  321. American Citizen, Vol 9; Issue: 2599; p 4; 10 Aug 1808. Sheriff's sale of property to be held 12 Sept 1808 - to sell houses and lots of ground of William Griffith that bordered "easterly by ground of Andrew Norwood" - No 56 Beaver street.
  322. City Directory, 1814, pge 314. Norwood Andrew, custom house measurer 58 Beaver.
  323. Deed - New York City, NY, NY, Liber 110 pp 203-205. He sold 58 Beaver St to Samuel Prince, Jr for $2,000 and immediately re-bought the same for $2,000 - property was now in his name - not his wife's.
  324. New York City - Deeds, Liber 110, p 259-262. House and lot at 58 Bearver St, sold to John Turner for $2,250 on 17 June 1815.
  325. The Evening Post, Issue: 4142; Page 2, 12 Sept 1815. Andrew Norwood, William Sickels, Garret Sickels all signed a letter as Inspectors, Weighers, Guagers and Measurers of the port of New-York, to Mr. Samuel Terry, late Deputy Surveyor of the Port of New-York expressing regret that he was leaving after 18 years of service due to resignation - evidently for cause. NY 5th Sept 1815.
  326. Trinity Church Parish Records, NY. Andrew Norwood/Elizabeth Rowe, 20 Nov 1790, Trinity Church, Dr. Abraham Beach.
  327. Valentine's Manual of the City of New York, p 223. 1790 -- Saturday, November 27. Andrew Norwood and Elizabeth Roe, both of this city, married Saturday last.
  328. New York Weekly Museum, 27 Nov 1790. MARRIED -- Last Saturday, by the Rev. Dr. Rogers, Mr. Prosper Wetmore, to Miss Catherin McEven, both of this city.

    ------- Same evening, by the Rev. Mr. Beach, Mr. Andrew Norwood, to Miss Elizabeth Roe, bot(sic) of this city.

  329. City Directory - New York, 1795, Pub by T & J Swords, NY, NY, p. 159, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Andrew, measurer of grain, 58 Beaver do.[street].
  330. City Directory, 1814, New York City, pub Geo Long; page 314. Norwood, Andrew, measurer of grain, 58 Beaver-str.
  331. City Directory - New York, 1797, Pub by D. Longworth, p 259, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Andrew, measurer of grain, 58 Beaver do.[street].
  332. Federal Census, 1800, New York.
  333. City Directory, Longworth's New York Directory, 1805, p. 329. Norwood, Andrew, custom-house measurer, 58 Beaver
    Norwood, Andrew S. carpet-store, 132 William
    Norwood, Hunter U pilot, 69 Clift
    Norwood, Richard, 52 Gold
    Norwood, Richard, chairmaker, 32 Vesey.
  334. City Directory, 1806, Pub by David Longworth, NY, NY, p. 276 - accessed on fold3. Norwood, Andrew, custom-house-measurer, 58 Beaver.
  335. City Directory - New York, 1810, Pub by David Longworth, p. 86, accessed on fold3. Norwood Andrew, custom house measurer 58 Beaver.
  336. Federal Census, 1810, New York, 1810, Ward 1, NYC, NY, NY; Roll: 32; Image: 26.00. Andrew Norwood; one male 45 and over; one female 45 and over.
  337. Federal Census, 1820, New York, 1820, New York Ward 2, New York, NY; Roll: M33_77; Page: 109; Image: 63. Andrew Norwood: 1 free white male of 45 and up; 1 female 10-16; 1 free white female of 45 and up.
  338. New York Daily Gazette, p. 3. Yesterday morning, Elizabeth, wife of Andrew Norwood, in the 80th year of her age. His friends and acquaintances are requested to attend her funeral tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock, from 128 William street.
  339. The New York Evening Post, Issue: 6015, p 2; 4 Oct 1821. DIED, This morning, at 3 o'clock, Elizabeth, the wife of Andrew Norwood, in the 80th year of her age. -- His friends and acquaintance are requested to attend her funeral tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock from No. 128 William St.
  340. Last Will and Testament of John Bell, Old Liber, p 18 and 19. See John Bell's Will

    I Give and devise unto my Grand Daughter Elizabeth Rowe of the said City Spinster all my messuages Lands Tenements and Hereditaments whatsoever and wheresoever To Have and To Hold the same unto my said Grand Daughter Elizabeth Rowe her heirs and assigns forever.

  341. The Evening Post, Issue: 6015, p 2; 4 Oct 1821. DIED, This morning, at 3 o'clock, Elizabeth, the wife of Andrew Norwood, in the 80th year of her age. -- His friends and acquaintance are requested to attend her funeral tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock from No. 128 William St.
  342. Death Certificate, City of New York, NY. 1821, Octobert 5, Norwood Elizabeth, William St., 80; Place of Nativity: New York; Disease: Old Age; Cemetery: Trinity; Sexton: J. B. Coutant.
  343. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, P. 3. Yesterday morning, Elizabeth, wife of Andrew Norwood, in the 80th year of her age. His friends and acquaintances are requested to attend her funeral tomorrow afternoon at 5 o'clock, from 128 William street.
  344. New York Spectator, p. 1. DIED; Yesterday morning at 3 o'clock, Elizabeth, the wife of Andrew Norwood, in the 80th year of her age.
  345. Trinity Church Parish Records, NY.
  346. Death Certificate, New York City, NY. 1819, Jany - 3 Norwood Christian, 26 Vesey St., 77; Place of Nativity: New York; Disease: Decay; Cemetery: Presbyterian Brick; Sexton: Jno. G. Younge.
  347. Commercial Advertiser Newspaper, Vol XII Issue 4411, page 3, 24 Jul 1809. DIED; Yesterday afternoon, of a lingering illness, Miss Hannah Franklin Norwood in the 23rd year of her age, daughter of Mr. Andrew Norwood of this city.
    Her friends and acqaintances are invited to her funeral this after noon at 6 o'clock from No. 56 Beaver Street.
  348. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 11. Tuesday, July 25, 1809: Yesterday afternoon, Hannah Franklin Norwood, dau. Andrew Norwood of this city.
  349. Trinity Church Parish Records, NY. Burial Records, Detail: Norwood, Hannah F., 07/24/1809, age 22, gravesite: Trinity.
  350. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1735. Mar 12; Rulard Norwood, Maria Kool; Vanderklyf; Gerrit Rottery, Margareta Vanderklyf, Wed v. Gerrit Rottery.
  351. Last Will and Testament of Cornelia Norwood, 1772. Vandercliff is specifically mentioned in his aunt Cornelia Norwood's will proved 25 April 1772 as the son of her brother Richard Norwood, deceased.
  352. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 141 No 2 Apr 2010, p. 158. New York City Poll List, 1768
    NORWOOD, Vandercliff voted for four candidates and is listed as a freeman; he voted for James DeLancey, Jacob Walton, and William Bayard. He is listed as a freeman.
    [In 1768 there were seven candidates for representative; each voter had four votes, although many did not use all four, three had no votes recorded.
  353. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, p 36. Vanderclyff Norwood is indicted for trespass. 5 and 6 Aug 1773. Continued. 6 Aug 1773. Discharged 4 Nov 1773.
  354. Inhabitants of New York 1774-1776, p 232. Norwood, Vanderclife N New York(County) 76-A (Address to Admiral and General Howe, 16 October 1776. (New York City During the Revolution, Mercantile Library Assn of NYC, 1861, pp. 117-137) Amemorial to Admiral Lord Richard Howe and General Sir William Howe signed by 948 inhabitants of the City and County of New York expressing loyalty to King George the Third and paying that they, the Howe's, would restore this city and county to His Majesty's protection and peace.
    Clearly the signers of this letter, including Benjamin, John, and Vanderclife Norwood, were Loyalists or Tories. Interesting because Richard, Tobias, and Mary's husband Thomas Sickles, were taking an active role fighting for independence.
  355. Dutch Church Burials, New York City, NY. Burial date: 2 Mar 1798; Van Clef Norwood.
  356. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1756. Feb 7; Van der Clif Norwood & Jane Mitschel; Feb 7.
  357. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York, p 192. 1756 Feb 7 (license) Van der Clif Norwood & Jane Mitschel Feb 7 (married).
  358. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1737. May 19; Richard Norwood, Maria Cool; Richard; Andries Idesse Meyer, Vrouwtje Meyer, j.d.
  359. Last Will and Testament of Cornelia Norwood, 1772. Richard is specifically mentioned in his aunt Cornelia Norwood's will proved 25 April 1772 as the son of her brother Richard Norwood, deceased.
  360. Valentine's Manual of the City of New York, p 204. 1765. October 1st. Richard Norwood, Brazier, R(egistered).
  361. New York City Court Records, 1684 - 1760, page 13. Garrit Cosine is indicted for assault and battery. 4 and 5 Feb. 1766. Case is continued. 6 May and 5 and 6 Aug. and 4 Nov 1766. He is tried. Evidences for the King are Sarah Wright and Manassa Salter; evidences for the defendant are David Gardner and Cornelius Cozine. The jurors are Philip Burger, James Forbes, Robert Crannell, Edward Rensha, John Bingam, William Goforth, Evert Bush, James Harvay, Patrick Walsh, Richard Norwood, James Grommell and John Whyley. The verdict is guilty. 5 Nov 1766. Cozine is in court 6 Nov. He is discharged 3 Feb 1767.
  362. New York City - Deeds, Liber 87 pages 396-398 NYC reek 28. Richard Norwood purchased several properties from James Donnison for £1500 including the residence on Gold St mentioned in his obituary.
  363. New York American, Vol XIII, Issue 4373, p. 3. IN CHANCERY; IN PURSUANCE of a decretal order made by the Court of Chancery, in the State of New-York will be sold at public auction, at the Merchants' Exchange, in the city of New-York, on Friday the 8th day of February next, at 12 o'clock, noon, of that day, under the direction of the subscriber, one of the masters of this Court, all that certain lot of ground, situate in the Second Ward of said city, formerly called the East Ward, bounded westerly on Pearl street, formerly Queen street, twenty feet and three inches and half, easterly by a lot formerly in possession of Mager, now or heretofore occupied by James Inglis, twenty-one feet five inches, northerly by house and lot, formerly of Richard Norwood, and now or heretofore belonging to Joseph Winter, twenty-eight feet eight inches, and southerly by a house and lot formerly in possession of Francis Atkinson, then belonging to George Scribe, twenty eight feet, be the same more or less. New York, January 30th 1833 FREDERIC DE PEYSTER, JR, Master in Chancery.
  364. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, Issue 1095, 19 Oct 1772, p 2. All persons that have any Demands on the Estate of Cornelia Norwood, deceased, late of the City of New-York, Shopkeeper, are desired to bring in their Accounts; and all such as are indebted to the said Estate, either by Mortgage, Bond Note, or otherwise, are desired to discharge the same to
    ANDREW NORWOOD
    RICHARD NORWOOD Executors to
    SAMUEL BROADHURST said Estate

    A hosue and lot of ground in Ferry-street, leading from Peck's Slip, belonging to the said Estate, to be sold at private sale.

  365. Abstracts of Wills - Surrogate's Office, City of New York, Liber 29, p 123. "I make Richard Norwood, brasier, and Margaret Jauncey, wife of John Jauncey, executors."
    Proved 3 Aug 1774.
  366. Rivington's New-York Gazetteer, Issue 68, p 4, 4 Aug 1774. This to inform the Public, that on Friday last, about the Hours of two or three o'clock in the Morning, a certain Henry Lowrey, Apprentice to Mr. Richard Norwood, Copper-smith, knocked down one of the City Watchmen, and attempted to steal his Staff, for which he was taken up by the two Captains of the Watch, and was committed to Gaol by George Brewerton, Jun. Esq for the said Fact.
    NB The Gentlement Inhabitants of this city, are requrested to keep their children and servants from asaulting the Watch, which has been infrequently done, and complained of by the Watchmen.
    Capt. Walsh,
    Capt. Faulkner,
    Lieut. Sherwood,
    Lieut. Scandlin.
  367. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, page 49. Richard Norwood, 1775.
  368. New York in the Revolution, p 55. 4th PM Febry 10th 1776
    Ordered, that Richard Norwood be, and he is hereby appointed a Commissary to take the care and delivery out of all such Military Stores and Implements of War, except Cannon, in this City and County of New York, as shall be from time to time committed to his care, by order of this Committee or the Provincial Congress...and that he be paid for his services...at and after the rate of 181-3 dollars per month.
  369. Inhabitants of New York 1774-1776, p 231. Norwood, Richard N New York(County) 76N (The Memorial of sundry Inhabitants of New York, and other friends to the peace and safety of the United States of America, to His Excellency George Washinton, 9 July 1776, stating that they have been vigilant in find out the enemies to the American States and praying that all such persons may be removed to some distant parts of the country. Thee are two copies of the memorial, each signed by different persons. They are preserved in the George Washington Papers, Series IV (microfilm reel 36). Peter Force published the two as a single document in his American Archives, Series V, v.1, p. 335. However, the originals were used for entering the names into this book.
  370. New York in the Revolution, Supplement, page 50. 16 Jan 1777
    Col John Lasher was Commissioner of Military Stores; Peter T Curenius, Anthony Griffiths, Hugh Hughes, John Lasher and Richard Norwood were Commissaries; James Weeks was Assistant Commissary; Richard Norwood, Richard Ten Eyck and Philip Van Rensselaer were storekeepers; James Gillikins was Director of Ordnance.

    Page 78 Richard Norwood listed as Commissary, 1776
    Page 79 he is listed as storekeeper
    Page 188 - 1776-1780; Queries of Peter T Curtenius Auditor General 11 Mar 1784. In discussion of pricing of arms delivered to the armies during the war "...Afterwards I receiv'd Orders to deliver all the Arms & warlike Stores to Richard Norwood Colony Store Keeper wo deliver'd them out to the Officers of our Regiments & teook their Receipts for the delivery in the same manner I did, without fixing the price...".

  371. New York Historical Society, Box 2. Among several Documents from the NY Historical Society (in Box 2):
    ?? Village July 31st 1781
    Sir
    You are to proceed with the Cannon to Fishkill Landing and if the teams leave the Cariages thein you are to take off such wheels as belong to Carriages at this Post and therewith Load our three Teams also direct one of them to Call on Mr Richard Norwood for one Bundle of Spike Rads
    inclosed is an order for them
    I am Your Humble Servt
    John Campbell DSM

    Mr Samuel Williams

    Inclosed is also an order on Mr Fisher to deliver you the Wheels taken from this port for the Cannon & the Two hand ? which by no means forget

    Reverse side
    Mr Saml Williams
    on the Road to Fishkill Landing with Cannon.

  372. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 47, No 4, Oct 1916, p 337. Richard Norwood, Storekeeper - Jan 1 - 31 Dec 1782; 12 month @ £45/mo; total £216 less £54 10s 6d for cash and clothing on account; due to him - £161 9s 6d.
  373. Minutes of the Common Council, 1784-1787, p 15. Richard Norwood requested permission, and received it, "to build on and occupy a small Strip or Parcel of Ground on the eqaterly side of his present dwelling House, to measure fourteen Inches and an half in the front on Queen Street and to run southeasterly to a Point at the Destance of Sixteen Feet back from the said Street - this addition to Mr Norwood Ground will enable him on rebuilding his House to carry the easterly side thereof in a streight Line back from the said Street.".
  374. Daily Advertiser, Vol II, Issue 325, p 2, Tuesday, 14 Mar 1786. To the honorable the SENATE and ASSEMBLY of the State of NEW-YORK; The MEMORIAL of the SUBSCRIBERS, citizens of the said state and inhabitants of the city of New-York; Respectfully sheweth,
    THAT your memorialists being deeply affected by the situation of those, who although free by the laws of GOD are held in slavery by the laws of this state, view with pain and regret the additional miseries which those unhappy people experience, from the practice of exporting them like cattle and other articles of commerce, to the West-Indies and the Southern States.
    That in the course of this inhuman commerce, there have been frequent and very affecting instances of husbands being town from their wives, wives from their husbands, parents from their children, children from their parents.
    That there have also been instances of manumitted slaves and other freemen, whose colour exposed them to such outrages, being kidnapped and carried to market in distant parts.
    That it is well known that the conditions of slaves in theis state, is far more tolerable and easy than in many other countries; and that consideration alone, independent of the may abuses attending it, pleads strongly for prohibiting a commerce so repugnant to humanity, and so inconsistent with the liberality and justice which should distinguish a free and enlightened people,
    Your memorialists therefore humbly pray that your honorable body will be pleased to take the premises into your favorable consideration, and pass an act to prevent the further exportation of negro slaves from this state.
    And your memorialists shall ever pray.
    John Jay, Robert R. Livingston, James Duane, Nicholas Fish, Charles McKnight, Robert Harper, John Lamb, John Alsop, John Daniel Gros, Benjamin Moore, John H. Livingston...John Delafield...Cornelius Roosevelt...Alexander Hamilton...Pierre Van Cortlandt, jun....Richard Norwood...John Livingston...
  375. New York Journal Newspaper, Issue 2057, page 3. He was elected elector of the East Ward; Zachariah Sickels was elected for the South Ward.
  376. Daily Advertiser, Vol II, Issue 486, p 3, 16 Sept 1786. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE EAST WARD, OF THE CITY OF NEW-YORK:
    Gentlemen,
    The late Collector of the Ward declining to serve, and the Subscriber being applied to by some of his Friends to offer himself for that Employment at the Ensuing Election, he takes this method to acquaint the Electors, that should they honour him with their Choice to the Office, the best Endeavours faithfully to discharge the trust will be employed by their,
    Obedient humble servant,
    RICHARD NORWOOD.
  377. City Directory - New York, 1787, published by S & J Loudon, p 28, accessed by footnote.com. Norwood, Richard, merchant, 19, Queen-street.
  378. New-York Packet, Issue 731, 11 Sept 1787, page 3. Land was being sold adjacent to Richard Norwood's property adjacent to the land of Jacobus Lefferts, George Folliott and Richard Norwood in the vicinity of Fly-market-street and Fletcher-street:
    "...the fee simple of all those two certain messuages or tenements and lot of land, situated, lying an being in the city of New-York, on the northeast side of Fly-market-street, and funning from the land of Jacobus Lefferts, 35 feet and 2 inches, in front to land now or late of George Folliott, thence running northeasterly along the said land now or late of the said George Folliott, 73 fee and 1 inch; thence southeasterly along the land of Richard Norwood, 6 feet and 8 inches; thence northeasterly long the land of the said Richard Norwood, 13 feet and 4 inches, to Fletcher-Street...
  379. New-York Packet, 27 Jun 1788, Issue 814, p. 1. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE TO THOSE WHO
    may have any demands against the estate of Frances
    Donnison,
    widow, deceased, that they bring in their
    accounts properly attested to the subscriber; and all
    persons indebted to the said estate, are requested to
    discharge the same, it being intenced to settle all
    matters respecting said estate, by the twelfth day of
    August next.
    Richard Norwood, acting executor.
  380. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 61, No 4, Oct 1930, p 376. 1788, August, Richard Norwood.
  381. New-York Packet, 27 Feb 1790, Issue 1031, p 3, New York, NY. TO BE SOLD
    At Private Sale
    The House and Lot of ground, corner of Queen
    and Fletcher streets, now in the occupation
    RICHARD NORWOOD, and opposite Mr. John
    Ramsays; the house is almost new, with a brick
    front, it is an excellent stand for business. If not
    sold by the 1st of April, then it will be sold at Pub-
    lic Auction, at the Merchants Coffee-house, and
    possession given on the first day of May next.
    For terms of sale, apply to Marinus Willet, Esq.
    No. 36, Water-street, or to Elias Nixon, No. 8,
    Burling Slip.
  382. City Directory - New York, 1791, pub by T & J Swords, p 19, accessed on footnote.com. Inspectors: Richard Norwood, inspector of butter and hog's lard.
  383. New York Daily Advertiser, Vol VII Issue 1955, p 3, 26 May 1791.
  384. New York American, Vol XIII, Issue 4373, p 3, 2 Feb 1833. IN CHANCERY; In pursuance of a decretal order made by the Court of Chancery, in the State of New-York, will be sold at public auction, at the Merchants' Exchange, in the cit of New-York, on Friday the 8th day of February next, at 12 o'clock, noon, of that day, under the direction of the subscriber, one of the masters of this Court, all that certain lot of ground, situate in the Second Ward of said city, formerly called the East Ward, bounded westerly on Pearl street, formerly Queen street, twenty feet and three inches and an half, easterly by a lot formerly in possession of Mager, now or heretofore occupied by James Inglis, twenty-one feet five inches, northerly by house and lot, formerly of Richard Norwood, and now or heretofore belonging to Joseph Winter, twenty-eight feet eight inches, and southerly by a house and lot formerly in possession of Francis Atkinson, then belonging to George Scribe, twenty eight feet, be the same more or less - New York, January 30th, 1833. FREDERIC DE PEYSTER, JR, Master in Chancery.
  385. City Directory - New York, 1792, publisher T & J Swords, p 100. Norwood, Richard, measurer, 40, Gold do. [street].
  386. City Directory - New York, 1793, pub by T & J Swords, p 204, accessed on footnote.com. Inspectors: Richard Norwood, inspector of butter and hog's lard.
  387. City Directory - New York, 1794, publisher T & J Swords, p 138. Norwood, Richard, custom-house measurer, 52 Gold street.
  388. City Directory, 1796, Pub by D Longworth, NY, NY, p. 259, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Rich., custom-house measurer, 52 Gold do., [street].
  389. City Directory - New York, 1797, Pub by D. Longworth, p 259, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Rich. custom-house measurer, 52 Gold do.
  390. City Directory, p. 49. Measurers: Richard Norwood, No. 52 Gold Street.
  391. New York Mercantile Advertiser Newspaper, Issue 4560, 3/30/1807. On Saturday, Mr. Richard Norwood, aged 71, of a long and tedious complaint bore with the true fortitude of a good christian whose life had been devoted to his God and the good of mankind, serenely resigned to his fate, relying and the will and love of his Great Father for everlasting life. In the death of this good and most excellent man, who has participated in the revolutionary struggles of his country, uniform and firm in principle, risking everything for the desired end, we have to lament the loss of a worthy citizen, a father and a friend, one who has always been ready to stretch forth the hand of relief, ready to promote virtue and diffuse happiness, and such were the shining traits of his general character that while all who knew him revere and honor him, many will lament and shed the tear of affection for his dissolution, and pay for his long suffering and excruciating pains. This identical article was found in the Republican Watch-Tower, 3 Apr 1807, Vol 8, Issue 558, p 4, NY.
  392. New York Evening Post, Issue 1653, page 3. DIED - This morning after a lingering illness of more than 7 years, which he bore with a christian fortitude, Mr Richard Norwood, aged 70 years.
  393. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 80. Saturday, March 28, 1807: This morning, Richrd Norwood, 70, funeral 52 Gold St.
  394. The Public Advertiser, 28 Mar 1807, Vol I, Issue 72, Page 3, New York, NY. DIED - This morning, after a lingering illness of more than seven years, which he bore with a Christian fortitude, MR. RICHARD NORWOOD, aged 70 years.
    The friends and acquaintance of the deceased are requested to attend his funeral to-morrow afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from his late dwelling, No. 52 Gold street.
  395. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 75 No 3 Jul 1944, p 136. Mar 29, 1807 Richard Norwood.
  396. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 80. Saturday, March 28, 1807: This morning, Richard Norwood, 70, funeral 52 Gold St. - may have been residence or church/funeral home?.
  397. Trinity Church Parish Records, NY, IGI Batch M510591 - and online church records. Marriage: Norwood, Richard; 08/19/1758; Trinity Church; Minister: Dr. Henry Barclay; wife: Chadwick, Deborah.
  398. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 2 No 4 Oct 1871. 1758, Aug 18 Shadwick, Deborah and Richard Norwood.
  399. New York City Directory, 1790, page 75. Norwood, Richard, 19 Queen do.
  400. Federal Census, 1790, New York, 1790, New York City Montgomery Ward, NY, NY; Roll: M637_6; Image: 0557. Richard Norwood, one free white male 16 or over, two free white males under 16, three free white females.
  401. City Directory - New York, 1795, Pub by T & J Swords, NY, NY, p. 159, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Richard, custom house measurer, 52 Gold st.
  402. City Directory, p. 259. Norwood, Rich. custom-house measurer, 52 Gold do. [street].
  403. City Directory - New York, 1800, pub by D. Longworth, p 290, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Andrew S. upholster, 127 William
    Norwood, Richard, custom-house measurer, 52 Gold
    Norwood, Andrew, measurer of grain, 58 Beaver
    .
  404. City Directory - New York, 1803, Pub by Abraham Shoemaker, NY, NY, p 227, accessed on Fold 3. Norwood, Richard, Custom-House measurer, 52 Gold.
  405. City Directory, p 337. Norwood, Richard, 52 Gold.
  406. New York City, Dutch Church Burials. Burial Date: 15 Sep 1798
    Relationship: Wife
    Relative: Richard Norwood.
  407. New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol 140, No 3 July 2009, p 191. Her husband was actually Israel Chadwick, a carman of New York City who made his will 20 January 1744/5, naming wife Frances and children Thomas, Deborah and Katherine.
  408. Trinity Church Parish Records, NY, Batch C510591.
  409. Trinity Church Parish Records, NY, Batch C510591. Richard Norwood, b. 25 Nov 1759; bp 28 Nov 1759 Trinity Church, wit: Thomas Chadwick, George Harvey, Mary Norwood.
  410. City Directory, 1786, p 41. Norwood, R, earthen ware merchant; 19 John St.
  411. City Directory - New York, 1786, Pub by H J Sachs & Co, Real Estate, NY, p. 66 - accessed on fold3. Norwood R. earthenware merch. 19, Jno.st.
  412. Minutes of the Common Council, 1784-1787, p 200, 203. Richard Norwood, N. 13, appointed fire man of the city.
  413. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11 No 3, Jul 1926 page 404. 1737, May 1 Norwoold, And'w and Annetje - Catrena.
  414. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11, No 3, Jul 1926 page 404. 1737, May 1 Norwoold, And'w and Annetje - Catrena.
  415. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790. ...Catherine Brasher...of the City of New York...all of them children of the Said Andrew Norwood...
  416. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790.
  417. New York Marriages 1600 - 1900, 1880 selected extracts, page 88. Norwood, Cathrine; Spouse: Brazer, William; Marriage Date: 1761; Location: New York City.
  418. New York Marriage Licenses. 1761. July 17. Norwood, Catharine, and William Brasier, Marriage Bond, Vol IV, p 301.
  419. Marriage Bond, A1893-78; Vol 4, p. 301; Bx 5, f. 15. Top part burned away -
    The condition of this oblication is such That whereas the above-bounden William Brazier hath obtained a Licence of marriage for himself of the one part and Catharine Norwood of the City aforesaid Spinster
    have any lawful Let of Impediment of Pre-Contract, Afinity or Consanguinity, to hinder their being joined in the Holy Bands of Matrimony, and afterwards their living together as Man and Wife; Then this Obligation to be Void and of None-Effect, or sese to stand, remain, abide, and be in full Force and Virture.
    Sealed and Delivered in the Presence of Wm Brasier
    Edwd Smith.
  420. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Jan 1896 p. 40. Willem; bap. November 6, 1734, possibly the surveyor of Lake Champlain in 1759 for Amherst and the one who m. Catharine Norwood, July 17, 1761.
  421. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York. 1734, Nov 6: Henry Brasier, Abigael Parcel; Willem; Willem Rooseboom & Sara Rooseboom, h.v.v. Jacobus Quik.
  422. New York, Births & Christening's, 1640-1962, GS Film #17503; Indexing Batch Number: C59561-2. Willem Braisier, male, christened 6 Nov 1734, Reformed Dutch Church, New York
    Father: Henrij Braisier; Mother: Abigael Parcel.
  423. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Jan 1896, p 40. Willem; bap. November 6, 1734, possibly the surveyor of Lake Champlain in 1759 for Amherst and the one who m. Catharine Norwood, July 17, 1761.
  424. New Amsterdam New York Reformed Dutch Church Records. 1734 Nov 6; Henry Braisier, Abigael Parcel; Willem; Willem Rooseboom & Sara Rooseboom, h.v.v. Jacobus Quik.
  425. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 44, #2, p 404. 4 Nov 1744, Noorwood, Andrew and Annatie - Tobias; witnesses: Tobias V Norden and Jenne Camble.
  426. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11, No 3, Jul 1926, page 411. New Brunswick First Reformed Church Baptisms:
    1744, Nov 4 - Noorwood, Andrew and Annatje - Tobias.
  427. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11 No 3 Jul 1926, page 411. 1744 Nov 4. Noorwood, Andrew and Annatje - Tobias; Witnesses: Tobias V. Norden and Jenne Camble.
  428. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790, Middlesex County, NJ Deed Abstracts Book 1, p 77. 20 July 1790...or of the heirs or Assigns of Tobia Norwood late of...City of New York Shoemaker deceased who was also and other of the children of ...Andrew Norwood deceased.
  429. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 14, No 3, July, 1883. 1767, Octr 2th Tobias Norwood, Cordwainer, to Christian Lester, widow.
  430. Minutes of the Common Council of the city of New York, 1675-1776, Vol. 6, p 212. 1765. October 29th. Tobias Norwood, Cordwainer, R(egistered).
  431. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 141, p. 158. New York City Poll List, 1768
    NORWOOD, Tobias voted for four candidates and is listed as a freeman; he voted for Jacob Walton, Philip Livingston, James Jaunsey, and John Morine Scott.
    [In 1768 there were seven candidates for representative; each voter had four votes, although many did not use all four, three had no votes recorded.
  432. Poll List, New York City, 1768, p. 36. Richard, Tobias and Vanderclif Norwood all voted.
  433. Poll List, New York City, 1769, p. 27. Tobias Norwood, Vandercliffe Norwood and Richard Norwood all voted for their local representatives in New York.
  434. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, FHL Film 17783. Listed as a communicant of the First Presbyterian Church, 11 Dec 1769 - Tobias Norwood, Benjamin Norwood (with the Ogilvies).
  435. New-York Gazette, or Weekly Post-Boy, Issue 1439, p 1, 30 July 1770. TO THE PUBLIC: The following is a list of those who gave up their names for continuing the non-importation agreement in conjunction with the other colonies. But the reader is not to consider those named in this list as the only persons in this city, who were for supporting the laudable compact; for there are a great number of the citizens that were so dissatisfied at the attempts that have been made from time to time, to violate the agreement, and the frequent applications made to them, to sign papers on that subject that they would not make any other declarations, than that they had once fig'd the agreement, which they judged sufficient; and there has no returns been made of the sense of the inhabitants of the Our ward; all which accounts for there not being a greater number in this list...Norwood, Tobias; Norwood, Richard.
  436. Inhabitants of New York 1774-1776, p 232. Norwood, Tobias N(New York County) 74-A (Data from "Names of the Principal Male Inhabitants of New York, Anno 1774" published as an appendix to the Manual of the Common Council of New York, 1850, pp. 427-442).
  437. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Apil 1857, 36, 4; pg 517. Andrew Sickles Norwood Obituary: He was born in 1770, and up to the time of his last illness he retained a vivid recollection of the events attending the close of the revolutionary war. His father served in the army of the patriots, and was an inmate of the sugar-house here as a prisoner, until released by an exchange, and we have heard Mr. Norwood relate that he had been frequently dispatched with relief for the remaining prisoners, by his father, after his liberation.
  438. Deposition, Andrew Sickels Norwood, 1854.
  439. American Prisoners of the Revolution, p 88. Many years ago a small pamphlet was printed in New York to prove that some of the American prisoners who died in the Old Sugar House were buried in Trinity church-yard. Andrew S. Norwood, who was a boy during the Revolution, deposed that he used to carry food to John Van Dyke, in this prison. The other prisoners would try to wrest away the food, as they were driven mad by hunger. They were frequently fed with bread made from old, worm-eaten ship biscuits, reground into meal and offensive to the smell. Many of the prisoners died, and some were put into oblong boxes, sometimes two in a box and buried in Trinity church-yard, and the boy, himself, witnessed some of the interments. A part of Trinity church-yard was used as a common burying-ground, as was also the yard of St. George's Church, and what was called the Swamp Burying-Ground. This boy also deposed that his uncle Clifford was murdered during the Revolution, it was supposed by foreign soldiers, and he was buried in Trinity church-yard. Clearly this is not exactly what the Andrew S Norwood deposition states - however, it does give it credence as a source.
  440. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, p 52. James Campbell is indicted for breaking and destroying a glass case of Tobias Norwood. 5 May 1784. He pleads guilty and is fine 13s.4d. 6 May 1784.
  441. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790. 20 July 1790 - Hannah Norwood Widow...or of the Heirs or Assigns of Tobias Norwood late of the City of New York, Shoemaker.
  442. St. Nicholas Society Records. Tobias Norwood b. ? - d. 28 Mch 1787.
  443. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 137 No 1 Jan 2006, p 63. Deaths Recorded by the First Presbyterian Church, New York City, 1787
    Mar 22 Tobias Norwood, shoe-maker, aged 42.
  444. Family Records and correspondence, Notarized statement by Margaret Morris Norwood, 20 Apr 1904. DEATHS: Tobias Norwood the father of John L. Norwood died the 28th day of March 1787. Christiana Norwood the mother of John L. Norwood died at the house of her son A. S. Norwood the 3rd day of January, 1819, agd. nearly 78 years; a number of years a member of Christ Church, Ann Street.
  445. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, FHL Film 17783. March 1787
    Norwood 27 Tobias Norwood shoe-maker - aged 42.
  446. Anonymous, Marriage Licenses issued previous to 1784 (Albany, NY; Weed, Parsons; 1860), Page 183. 1767. Oct. 27. Norwood, Tobias, and Christian Lester,....M.B., Vol XII, Page 71.
  447. International Genealogical Index - 974.7 (Batch 1722-1787). Tobias Norwood marriage to Christian Lester, 28 Oct 1767, First and Second Presbyterian Church, New York, NY.
  448. Compiled by Dr. Kenneth Scott, New York Marriage Bonds, 1753-1783 (The Saint Nicholas Society of the City of New York, May 12, 1972), Page 302. 1767. Oct 27. Norwood, Tobias, and Christian Lester, of NYC, widow - Tobias Norwood, John Burger, Jr. (12:71).
  449. New York Marriages 1600 - 1900, 1883 selected extracts, page 121. Norwood, Tobias; Spouse: Lester, Christian; Marriage Date: 1767; Location: New York City.
  450. St. Nicholas Society Records. Full Name of Wife of Grandfather: Christiana Lester, b. ?, d. 3 Jan 1819.
  451. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 14, No 3, July 1883, p 121. 1767, Octr 2th Tobias Norwood, Cordwainer, to Christian Lester, widow.
  452. International Genealogical Index - 974.7.
  453. International Genealogical Index - 974.7. International Genealogical Index.
  454. International Genealogical Index - 974.7. Christian Lester, birth 08 Dec 1745, New London Twp, New London, Connecticut. Father: Daniel Lester, Mother: Abigail Seersett.
  455. Death Certificate, City of New York, NY. 1819, Jany - 3 Norwood Christian, 26 Vesey St., 77; Place of Nativity: New York; Disease: Decay; Cemetery: Presbyterian Brick; Sexton: Jno. G. Younge.
  456. City Directory, p. 76. Norwood, widow, 33 William do. [street].
  457. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, p 86. The commissioners of the Alms House and Bridewell, William De Peyster and William Hardenbrook, provide for Martha Vande Water, widow of Albertus Vande Water, late of NYC, physician. They have taken household goods, including a chest of medicines and books, and also a house and lot in the North Ward, No. 38 William St., occupied by Martha Vande Water, Frederick Wortmand and Christian Norwood and also a house a and lot in the North Ward in William St., occupied by John Vanduser. They will pay £40 per annum to the widow Martha, starting from 25 Sept. last. 1st Mon. in Nov. 1790.
  458. Federal Census, 1800, New York, 1800 Ward 3, NYC; Roll: 23; Page: 707; Image: 84. Benjamin Norwood, one male under 10, one male bet 16 and 25, one female bet 16 and 25, one female 45 and over.
  459. Barber Collection Newspaper Extracts, Publication date 4 Jan 1819. Yesterday, Mrs Christian Norwood, 77.
  460. Commercial Advertiser Newspaper, 4 Jan 1819, Vol XXII, Issue 60, page 2. DIED - Yesterday morning, Mr. Christian Norwood, aged 77 years. Funeral this afternoon at 4 o'clock, from No. 33 Vesey, corner of Church street.
  461. The Weekly Visitor, and Ladies' Museum, 9 Jan 1819, Vol III, Issue 11, page 176. OBITUARY. REPORT OF DEATHS...Mrs. Christiana Norwood, aged 77 years.
  462. The National Advocate, 4 Jan 1819, Vol VII, Issue 1870, page 2. DIED - Yesterday morning, Mrs. Christian Norwood, aged 77 years. The friends of her son, A S Norwood, and son-in-law, Samuel Prince, are requested to attend her funeral this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from 32 Vesey, corner of Church st. This identical article was also in the New-York Daily Advertiser, 4 Jan 1819, Vol II, Issue 537, p 2, NY, NY.
  463. The New York Evening Post, 4 Jan 1819, Issue 5163, page 2. DIED - Yesterday morning, Mrs. Christian Norwood, aged 77 years. The friends of her son, A. S. Norwood, and son-in-law Samuel Prince, are requested to attend her funeral, this afternoon at 4 o'clock, from No. 32 Vesey, corner of Church-st.
  464. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, p 86. The commissioners of the Alms House and Bridewell, William De Peyster and William Hardenbrook, provide for Martha Vande Water, widow of Albertus Vande Water, late of NYC, physician. They have taken household goods, including a chest of medicines and books, and also a house and lot in the North Ward, No. 38 William st., occupied by Martha Vande Water, Frederick Wortman and Christian Norwood and also a house and lot in the North Ward in William St. occupied by John Vanduser.
  465. First & Second Presbyterian Church, NYC, New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, Jul 1879 (Vol X No 3 July 1879). March 13th, Benjamin, Son of Tobias Norwood and Christian Lester, his wife, born March 2nd, 1774.
  466. First & Second Presbyterian Church, NYC, New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, Jul 1879, P 127. March 13th, Benjamin, Son of Tobias Norwood and Christian Lester, his Wife, born March 2d, 1774.
  467. Family Records and correspondence, Notarized statement by Margaret Morris Norwood, 20 Apr 1904. BIRTHS: Benjamin Norwood the 2nd day of March at 8 o'clock PM 1774.
  468. New Jersey in 1793, p. 147. Benjamin Norwood included in the list of militia members
    At this time this is the only that I know of Benjamin Norwood who lived during this time period, however, during my search for New Jersey Norwoods, I may find another identity.
  469. Boston Price Current & Marine Intelligencer, 27 June 1796, Issue 43, p 3, Boston, MA. FROM A PORTUGUESE MARINE LIST PRINTED AT LISBON, APRIL 15:
    Remains in the Tagus: John, Thomas Coates; Washington, Daniel H Hinchman, Boston. Dianna, Nathaniel curtis, Kennebeck; Mentor, Joshua Webb; Sophia, John Crandon, Philadelphia. Polly, William Bradshaw, Salem, bound to London. Swift, Benjamin Norwood...
  470. Aurora General Advertiser, 6 Mar 1805. Letters held at Post Office for: Benjamin Norwood.
  471. National Archives and Records Administration, Archive Publication M1880; Roll: 5; US Seamen's Protection Certificates, 1792-1868. No. 12220 - District and Port of Philadelphia
    I John Gaff Deputy Collector of the district of Phildelphia, do hereby certify, that Benjamin Norwood an American Seaman, aged Thirty three years or thereabouts, of the height of five feet five inches has fresh complexion, dark hair, greyish eyes inclining to hazel, a mark on the top of his head, one on his throat, another on his left knee : And is a native of New York in the State of New York has this day prodeced to me proof, in the manner directed in the Act, entitled "An Act for the relief and protection of American seamen," And pursuant to the said Act, I do hereby certify, that the said Benjamin Norwood is a citizen of the United States of America.
    In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and seal of Office this Eighteenth Day of April 1805.
  472. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, 3 May 1805, Vol XVIII, Issue 5983, page 2. Died, at Philadelphia, on the 28th ult. in consdquence of a blow he received by an anchor in casting off, Mr. Benjamin Norwood, of New York.
  473. Aurora General Advertiser, 22 Apr 1805. For the information of the relatives of Benjamin Norwood, late mate of the brig Mercury, capt. Dolly, who is said to have a brother in New York.
    The said Benjamin Norwood was killed on board the above brig, whilst lying in the river Delaware, on the 18th inst. in conseequence of a wound received from the fluke of an anchor in casting it off from said brig. John Dennis, Coroner of the city & county of Phila.
  474. New York Daily Advertiser, 10 Mar 1820, Issue 903, Page 2. DIED: Yesterday morning, Mr. Richard Norwood, aged 87. His friends and those of his brother and brother-in-law, Samuel Prince, are requested to attend his funeral this afternoon, at five o'clock, from his late residence, at A. S. Norwood's, corner of Vesey and Church streets.
  475. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY. Richard Norwood, son of Tobias Norwood and Christian Rysile, born 28 Jan 1784.
  476. Family Records and correspondence, Notarized statement by Margaret Morris Norwood, 20 Apr 1904. BIRTHS: Richard Norwood the 28th day of January at 10 o'clock in the year 1784.
  477. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY. Richard Norwood, son of Tobias Norwood and Christian Rysile, christened on 7 Mar 1784 at the First Presbyterian Church, New York City, NY.
  478. Federal Census, 1800, New York, 1800 Ward 3, NYC; Roll: 23; Page: 707; Image: 84. Richard Norwood, one male bet 10 and 15, one male 45 and over, one female bet 26 and 44.
  479. New York American Citizen, Vol 6, Issue 1659, p 1. RICHARD NORWOOD, No. 32 Vesey-street, respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he has commenced the Windsor Chair Making in all its various branches, and has constantly on hand an assortment of CHAIRS and SOFAS of the newest fashions and of the very best workmanship, and doubts not but that he will give satisfaction to sech(sic) as may favor him with their custom; as he employs none but those who have served a regular apprenticeship to the business,he therefore can warrant his chairs, &c. to be equal in workmanship, fashion and elegance to any in this city.
    All orders thankfully received and executed with dispatch.
  480. City Directory, Longworth New York City Directory, 1805, p 329. Norwood, Andrew, custom-house measurer, 58 Beaver
    Norwood, Andrew S. carpet-store, 132 William
    Norwood, Hunter U pilot, 69 Clift
    Norwood, Richard, 52 Gold
    Norwood, Richard, chairmaker, 32 Vesey
    [I believe that this Richard, the chairmaker, is the brother of Andrew S. Norwood, and is the address where Andrew's mother-in-law's funeral was held - clearly part of the family].
  481. New York City Directory, 1814, page 314. Norwood Richard, grocer 43 Duane.
  482. New York Daily Advertiser, 10 Mar 1820, Issue 903, Page 2. DIED: Yesterday morning, Mr. Richard Norwood, aged 87 (misprint!). His friends and those of his brother and brother-in-law, Samuel Prince, are requested to attend his funeral this afternoon, at five o'clock, from his late residence, at A. S. Norwood's, corner of Vesey and Church streets.
  483. Commercial Advertiser Newspaper, 9 Mar 1820, Vol XXIII, Issue 60, page 2. DIED - This morning, Mr. Richard Norwood, aged 37. His friends and those of his brother, and brother-in-law, Samuel Prince, are requested to attend his funeral tomorrow afternoon, at 5 o'clock, from his late residence, at A. S. Norwood's, corner of Vesey and Church streets.
  484. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11 No 3 Jul 1926, page 413. 1746 Dec 14. Norwood, Andrew and Annatje - Cornelia.
  485. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11 No 3 Jul 1926, page 413. 1746 Dec 14. Norwood, Andrew and Annatje - Cornelia.
  486. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790, Middlesex County Deeds Book 1, pages 533 - 536. ...Jonathon Twist House Carpenter & Cornelia his wife...all of Verlam Slack in the County of Albany...
  487. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790. ...Jonathan Twist House Carpenter & Cornelia his wife...Cornelia the wife of Jonathan Twist...all of them children of Andrew Norwood...
  488. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790. .Jonathon Twist House Carpenter & Cornelia his wife...all of Verlam Slack in the County of Albany...
  489. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790. John Norwood Baker, Jonathon Twist House Carpenter & Cornelia his Wife Thomas Sickles Merchant and Mary his Wife All of Verlam Slack in the County of Albany.
  490. The Hoosac Valley, Its Legends and History, p 244. After the Revolution public inns stood about a mile apart on the Post Road through the Hoosac Valley. Among the licensed landlords of Dutch Hoosac between March 4, 1789, and 1800 may be named...Thomas Sickles, Jonathon Twiss...
  491. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790. ...Jonathon Twist House Carpenter & Cornelia his wife...all of Verlam Slack in the County of Albany...
  492. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol. 11, No 4, Oct 1926, page 550. 1752 Mar 1. Norrid, Andris and Anathe - Andris.
  493. Royal Gazette, 30 Dec 1780, p 3. To be let, a Store that will suit either the Grocery or dry Good Business, in William Street, next door above the corner of Maiden land. Enquire of Michael Clark at said Store, or at Mr. Andrew Norwood's, in Crown-Street.
  494. Notices from New Jersey Newpapers, 1781 - 1790, p 326, Brunswick Gazette, 9 Oct 1787. 9 Oct 1787, To be sold, a house in Albany Street, New Brunswick, late the property of Andrew Norwood, deceased. Apply to John Neilson in New Brunswick, or to Andrew Norwood, 32 Crown Street, New York.
  495. Royal Gazette, 30 Dec 1780, Issue: 444; Page 3. To be Let, a Store that will suit either the Grocery or Dry Good Business, in William Street, next door above the corner of Maiden Lane. Enquire of Michael Clark at said Store, or at Mr. Andrew Norwood's, in Crown-Street.
  496. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, page ?. John Holmes (indicted for assault and battery on William Grinding) pleads not guilty and is tried. The jurors are...Andrew Norwood...Verdict is guilty. Holmes is sentenced to one month in prison. 4 Aug 1786.
  497. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, p 66. Hugh Hagan is indicted for cheating by false pretences and pleads not guilty. The following are the jurors for his trial: ...Andrew Norwood. Hagan is convicted and sentenced to 4 months in Bridewell at hard labor. 8 Aug 1786.
  498. City Directory - New York, 1787, New York Directory by David C Franks, NY, NY, p 28, accessed on fold3. Norwood Andrew, cordwainer, 32 Crown-street.
  499. Notices from New Jersey Newpapers, 1781 - 1790, p 326, Brunswick Gazette, 9 Oct 1787. 9 Oct 1787, To be sold, a house in Albany Street, New Brunswick, late the property of Andrew Norwood, deceased. Apply to John Neilson in New Brunswick, or to Andrew Norwood, 32 Crown Street, New York.
  500. City Directory, 1789, Pub by Hodge, Allen and Campbell, NY, NY, p 66. Norwood, Andrew, shoe maker, Smith do.[street].
  501. Deed, Middlesex Co, NJ, Hannah Norwood, 1790. ...Andrew Norwood shoemaker...of the City of New York.
  502. Narrative of Maj Abraham Leggett, p 66. (42) Andrew Norwood was the husband of Mary Leggett, and brother-in-law to Major Leggett. Mr. Norwood was a shoemaker by trade. After the war he carried on the business at No. 12 Princess (now Beaver) street for many years.
  503. Narrative of Maj Abraham Leggett, p 21. After being taken as a prisoner of the British in New York City - he was marched through town to the old City Hall which was being used to hold prisoners at the time.
    "...Stripp'd for the morning we was orderd out to meet the Enemy I Put on the Poorest Clothes I had not wishing to dirty Good ones. On our way up nassaw st. near Maiden lane I espide my yongest sister Susan (41) standing on Mr. Norwood's (42) Stoop - as Soon as she Espide me She dropp'd - I saw no more of here...
  504. City Directory - New York, 1790, Pub by Hodge, Allen & Campbell, NY, NY, p 76, accessed on fold3.
  505. City Directory - New York, 1792, Pub by T & J Swords, William street, NY, p 100. Norwood, Andrew, shoemaker, 12 Princess do.[street].
  506. City Directory, 1793, New York, NY, NY, p. 113, accessed on Fold3.
  507. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, p 127. William Lewis is indicted at the August Sessions for assault and batttery on John Daniel, is tried. Jurors: ...Thomas Legget, Andrew Norwood...Lewis is convicted. 9 Feb 1797.
  508. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, p 128. Aaron Betts, indicted at the November Sessions for assault and battery on David Pearsall, is tried. Jurors: ...Thomas Legget...Andrew Norwood... Betts is convicted and is fined 20s.
  509. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, p 130. Andrew Baker indicted for assault and battery on Catherine Sawyer, is tried. Jurors: ...Andrew Norwood... Baker is acquitted. 14 Feb 1797.
  510. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, P 2, 7 Aug 1826. An old friend has furnished us with a list of the names of all those persons who left New-York previous to the Declaration of Independence, on the 4th of July, that are now living, and who remained out till the Peace in 1783.
    The publication of these names, on THIS DAY, must call up, in the bosoms of many, the most pleasurable recollections of "by-gone days." With this view we present them to our readers.
    John Jay, Nicholas Low, Comfort Sands, Robert Smith, John Pintard, Joshua Sands, Wm. W. Gilbert, Elias Nex, sen., Jno R Livingston.
    Officers in the Army - Morgan Lewis, Henry Rutgers, Richard Varick, Nicholas Fish, Richard Platt, Robert Troup, Jared Read, Theodosius Fowler, James Fairlie, Garrit Van Wagenen, John Wyley, Wm Wilcocks, Timothy Hutton, Chrisotpher Hutton, Marinus Willett, Leonard Bleecker, John Van Dike, Peter Taulman, Isaac Nicolls, John Addams
    Citizens - Charles Dickerson, Wm. Dodge, Peter Amerman, Wm Brower, Abraham Brower, Adam B Brower, Cahrles Duryea, Isaac Vredenburge, Wm. Bussing, Wm Heyer, Wm G Forbes, Walter Seaman, Jos. Titus, Frederick Archer, Gerardus Smith, Andrew Norwood, John H Sickels, Andrew Ten Eyck, Peter Ogilvie...Garrit Sickels....
  511. New York Spectator, 25 Sept 1829, p 3. Yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock, Mr Andrew Norwood, aged 78 years, an old and respectable citizen.
  512. New York Marriages 1600-1800s. Norwood, Andrew; Spouse: Mary Legged; Marriage Date: 1776; Location: New York City.
  513. International Genealogy Index - FamilySearch.org, Batch M510321 - Extracted Church Records 1752-1776. 6 Jul 1776, Christ Lutheran, New York, NY, NY Andrew Norwood married Mary Legged.
  514. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 74 No 2 Apr 1943 p 79. Lutheran Church Marriages, New York City:

    1776. July 6. Andrew Norwood/Marry Legged - by order of Capt. Dickinson.

  515. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 45 No 4 Oct 1914, p 382, 383. Richard Norwood and his wife Maria Cool had a son Andrew, baptized in the Dutch church, 1731; a second son Andrew, baptized Feb 7, 1733, but he is not mentioned in the will of his aunt Cornelia Norwood, 1772, and may not have been living at that date. richard and Cornelia Norwood had a brother Andrew, born probably about 1700, who had daughters Cornelia, Annatie and Mary living in 1772, and Mary Leggett may have married his as his second wife. We have not been able to place Andrew Norwood, the husband of Mary Leggett, any more accurately, though he must have been of this family.
  516. Federal Census, 1790, New York, 1790, New York, NY; Series: M637; Roll: 6; Page: 59. Andrew Norwood- 1 male over 16; 1 male under 16; 2 females.
  517. Federal Census, 1800, New York, 1800 2nd Ward, New York City, NY, NY; Series: M32; Roll: 23; Page: 25. Andrew Norwood
    1 male 26-44
    1 female 10-15
    1 female 45 and over.
  518. Federal Census, 1810, New York, 1810; New York Ward 1, NY, NY; Roll: 32; Image: 26.00. Andw Norwood - 1 male 45 and over; 1 female 45 and over.
  519. Federal Census, 1820, New York, Ward 2, NYC, NY, NY; Series: M33; Roll: 77; Page: 63. Andrew Norwood
    one male 45 and over
    one female 10-16
    one female 45 and over.
  520. New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, 1914, Page 374. Mary (Frances?), b. 1754; d. ---; m. Andrew Norwood of New York.
  521. Compiled by American Antiquarian Society, 1952, Index of the New York Weekly Museum, 1788-1817. NORWOOD, John Laget, died, aged 28 (Aug 28, 1813).
  522. New-York Commercial Advertiser, Vol XVI, Issue 6607, p. 3, 12 Oct 1813. DIED: In the New-York Hospital from the 1st day of July to the 30th day of September, inclusive: ...John Norwood, New Jersey, seaman, phthisis pulmonalis...
  523. Index to Marriages and Deaths in the NY Herald 1835-1855. NORWOOD, John Laget, died, aged 28 (Aug 28, 1813).
  524. New-York Commercial Advertiser, Vol XVI, Issue 6607, p. 3, 12 Oct 1813. DIED: In the New-York Hospital from the 1st day of July to the 30th day of September, inclusive: ...John Norwood, New Jersey, seaman, phthisis pulmonalis...
  525. Pension File - Revolutionary War. Mary Norwood was born January 29, 1757.
  526. St. Nicholas Society Records. She was born at New Brunswick, New Jersey, Jun 29, 1757 & died at Utica, NY Jan 21, 1840.
  527. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11, No 4, Oct 1926 page 557. Baptism: 1757, Feb 27 - Narwood, Andrew and Anatie - Maritie.
  528. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings, Vol 11, No 4, Oct 1926 page 557. 1757, Feb 27 - Narwood, Andrew and Anatie - Maritie.
  529. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, Vol 60 No 2, May 1985, p. 85. The Ledgers of Moses Scott, MD, held by the Special Collections Dept., Alexander Library, Rutgers University, abstracted by Dorothy A Stratford.

    Norwood, Andrew, Dec. 27, 1779; Sept. 10, 1781 for Cornelia; Sept. 13, 1781, for Altha; Oct. 12, 1782, wife.
    Norwood, Mary, 1790.

  530. Pension Records, US Federal, W11430, Sickles, Thomas, Mary - accessed on footnote.com. WAR DEPARTMENT
    REVOLUTIONARY CLAIM
    I certify that, in conformity with the law of the United States, of the
    4th of July 1836, third section, Mary Sickles, deceased, late of the State of New York, widow of Thomas Sickles, who was Adjutant Deputy Quarter Master General in the War of the Revolution, was entitled to receive Four Hundred and Eighty Dollars per annum; but she having received only $320 per annum, and died on the 21st of January 1840, the amount due, at the first mentioned rate, after deducting all former payments, is payable from the 4th of March 1831 to the day of her death to Cornelia wife of John Arnold, William Sickles, Eliza, wife of John Williams, Lewis M. Sickles, Richard Sickles and Mary Ann Sickles, children of said deceased.

    Given at the War Office of the United States, this ninth day of July one thousand eight hundred and forty-two

    Secretary of War
    Commissioner of Pensions
    . New York
    Mary Sickles
    widow of Thomas Sickles, decd
    who died on the 4th April, 1811
    of Oneida Co in the State of NY
    who was an Asst Depy in the cmpy commanded
    by Captain Morgan Lewis? of the Regmt commanded
    by Col. Dayton in the N. Jersey
    line for 2 years
    Inscribed on the Roll of Albany
    at the rate of 600 Dollars 00 Cents
    per annum, to commence on the 4th day of
    March, 1831 & ending 21st Jany 1840
    when she died.
    Certificate of Pension issued the 6th day of
    July, 1849 and sent to H. Ray Esq.
    Arrears to the 4th of
    Semi-annual allowance ending
    Increased from Present
    $480 Deducted all
    former payments
    Recorded by Th. Pumpkin
    Book C Vol 1 Page 129
    Payable to Cornelia Arnold
    Elizabeth Wiliams, Wm &
    Rchd & Mary Ann Sickles
    .

  531. Pension File - Revolutionary War. "...and that her (Mary Ann Sickels) mother, Mary Sickles died on the 21st day of January 1840, leaving the following named children, Richard Sickels, Cornelia wife of John Arnold, William Sickels, Eliza wife of John Williams, Mary Ann Sickels and Lewis Sickels.".
  532. St. Nicholas Society Records. Mary, (my great grandmother) who maried in 1777 Col Thomas Sickles. She was born at New Brunswick, New Jersey, Jun 29, 1757 & died at Utica, NY Jan 21, 1840.
  533. Pension Records, US Federal, NARA, Thomas Sickles, Index to Selected Final Payment Vouchers, 1818-1864. Sickles, Mary (Thomas); Agency: Albany, NY;
    Date of Act: 1836; Date of Payment: 4th qr 1842
    Date of Death: Jan. 21, 1843
    FINAL PAYMENT VOUCHER RECEIVED FROM THE GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE, General Services Admin.
  534. Pension File - Revolutionary War. MARRIED - In New Jersey, the 6th of July, 1777.
  535. St. Nicholas Society Records. Mary (my great grandmother) who married in 1777 Col Thomas Sickles.
  536. Marriage Bond, Liber S, page 695. dated 3 July 1777; marriage of Thomas Sickels and Mary Norwood.
  537. New Jersey Historical Society Proceedings. Baptism: 1757, Feb 27 - Narwood, Andrew and Anatie - Maritie.
  538. Federal Census, 1790, New York, 1790, Hoosick, Albany, NY; Series: M637; Roll: 6; Page: 337; Image: 315; FHFilm: 0568146. Thomas Sickles: 3 males under 16; 3 Males 16 and over; 7 free white females; total household: 13.
  539. Pension File - Revolutionary War, #W11430.
  540. The Sickles Family in the Captial District of New York State.
  541. St. Nicholas Society Records. Thomas Sickles. He was born at New Brunswick, New Jersey, Jun 29, 1757 & died at Utica, NY Jan 21, 1840.
  542. New York Genweb Website, http://herkimer.nygenweb.net/cemeteries/citycem2.html. Thomas Sickles, died April 4, 1811, aged 62 years, 1 month, and 21 days - The Old Herkimer City Cemetery.
  543. National Archives and Records Administration, accessed on fold3; Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Appl files; NARA M804; Record Group 15. Pension #W. 11,430; FAMILY RECORD (Image #27 of file)
    THOMAS SICKELS was born February 14, 1749; Thomas Sickels died April 4th, 1811, aged 62 years 1 month and 21 days..
  544. The Hoosac Valley, Its Legends and History, p 236. In 1772, Elder William Waite and Deacons Waldo and Goff from Rhode Island founded the First Baptist Church at Waite's Corners near St. Croix. The members included: Samuel Hodge, Peter Sur Dam, Obadiah and Levi Beardsley, Isaac Bull, Mr. Biglow, Francis Bennett, Simeon Sweet, Thomas Sickles, and John Corey.
  545. Military Minutes of the Council of Appointment of the State of New York, page 216 Vol I. Thomas Sickels is listed in New York in the Revolution, Supplement.
  546. Historical Register of Officers of the Continental Army. Sickles, Thomas (NJ) Ensign 1st New Jersey, 29 Dec 1775; 2nd Lt Nov 1776; omitted Mar 1777.
  547. Pension File - Revolutionary War, NARA - M804, Pension & Bounty Land Warrants, 1775 - 1900. Capt. Thomas Sickles, line officer in Continental Army was transferred to Quarter Master General's Department in 1776; 1780 in Fishkill, NY.
  548. Pension Records, US Federal, W11430, Sickles, Thomas, Mary; accessed on footnote.com.
  549. New York State Museum Website, Annals of Albany. Freedoms purchased 1781 - Thomas Sickles, merchant, £3 12s [freedoms were equivalent to a business license - paid for the 'freedom' to do business in Albany].
  550. New-York Gazeteer, Albany, Vol II, Issue 82, p. 1. TWENTY POUNDS REWARD: Whereas a certain Negro Man named Pomp, who lately belonged to a Mr. Staat's, in or near Claverack, who calls himself a free Man, and is well-known in that District, and has been in and about the City of Albany for the last Summer : On or about the 25th of October last, perswaded and carried off a certain Molatto Wench names Margarret, aged about forty Years, a ??? stout Wench, who lately belonged to Mr. William Reynolds; at Klyne-Kill, and has formerly belonged to Peter Van Ness, Esq. The said Negro Pomp took with him a Canoe, in which he and said Wench went down the River as far as Claverack or Kinderhook, and from thence it is supposed they are gone into one of the eastern States, where no Doubt they will pretend they are Free. Any Person who will take up the said Negro and Wench and deliver them to the Subscriber in Albany shall receive the above Reward, or Ten Pounds for either and all Reasonable Charges paid. THOMAS SICKLES
    Albany, December 15.
  551. History of the Davis Family, P 112. ...was Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in Rensselaer Co, NY and represented the county in the Legislature from 1787 to 1794.
  552. History of the Towns of Rensselaer County, page 130. In 1788 the following persons were recommended as officers to form a new regiment within the district of Hoosick and Stephenstown: Thomas Sickels, lieutenant-colonel commanding; Peter Van Rensselaer, first major; Samuel Shaw, second major.
  553. Landmarks of Rensselaer County, New York, page 420, 421. The records of this district (Hoosick) are not in existence. The town records are complete only from the year 1789, when the full list of officers was: Supervisor, Thomas Sickels; town clerk, Zachariah W. Sickels; assessors...Zachariah W Sickels; fenceviewers...Zachariah W Sickels...
  554. The Hoosac Valley, Its Legends and History, pp 241-242. The first town meeting of Hoosac took place on March 4, 1789, and the following officers were elected:
    Thomas Sickles...Supervisor
    Thomas Sickles...Overseer of the Poor.
  555. Throop & Martin Family Papers, Letter of Receipt, BS F 18, acquired 4/22/09 - 5 Jun 1790. Received New York June 5th 1790 of Thomas Sickels five pattents for two Hundred Acres of Land cash being one Thousand Acres of Land Lying in the County of Montgomery together with a house and --?--for the said One thousand Acres of Land from th said Sickels, also a lease and ------ from Robert McClallen to us for three hundred acres of Land in the said county and a certificate for Seven Hundred and fifty acres of Land in the said county, from Jeremiah Van Rensselaer, making in the whole Two Thousand and fifty acres of Land, conveyed to us in trust for the use of the creditors of the said Thomas Sickels agreeable to the conditions maentioned in a Certain Letter of Licence bearing date the fifth Day of February last and signed by Robert Bowne, Lawrence Embree, Eting am Varick, Joshua Waddington, John Bleecker, Andrew Stockholm for the late partnership of John Scary ----
    Lawrence Embree
    John Bleecker.
  556. Throop & Martin Family Papers, 6 Apr 1792, State of New York. Commission of Thomas Sickles as Lieutenant Colonel Commandant of a Regiment of Militia in the County of Rensselaer, 13 April 1792

    Contains the signature of Gov George Clinton and the secretary Robt Harpur D (?).

  557. Military Minutes of the Council of Appointment of the State of New York, Vol I, page 221. 1792: In Lt Col John Van Rensselaer's regiment:...Thomas Sickels, lieutenant colonel commandant of a regiment, vice Peter V. Rensselaer, removed. Henry Breece, first major, vice T. Sickels, promoted; Jacob Van Ness, second major, vice Hen. Breece, promoted. Jacob Fort, captain, vice Jacob Van Ness, do; Henry Clark, lieutenant, vice Zach's Sickels, removed; John Van Ness, ensign, vice Hen'y Clar, promoted.
  558. Hoosick History. At the turn of the century, Thomas Sickles operated a cloth mill using either flax or linen or wool. Both flax and wool were readily available in the area at that time. It is believed that he was the first man in America to operate a loom with water power. It is also reported that he ran a cotton mill in 1812. With so many mills in the area there is lttle wonder why the community was known as Sickles Mills. When the town of Hoosick was formed, Thomas Sickles became twon supervisor and donducted the town's business at Sickles Mills. In 1830 the mill was sold to Seymour Gooding.
  559. Pension File - Revolutionary War.
  560. National Archives and Records Administration, accessed on fold3; Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Appl files; NARA M804; Record Group 15. Pension #W. 11,430; FAMILY RECORD (Image #27 of file)
    THOMAS SICKELS was born February 14, 1749; Thomas Sickels died April 4th, 1811, aged 62 years 1 month and 21 days.
  561. Dutch Reformed Church Records, Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, NY.
  562. Pension File - Revolutionary War. Their son William Norwood Sickels, born at Albany, Sept 28, 1778 - Christened in New Jersey, by Mr Reed.
  563. Pension File - Revolutionary War. William N Sickels died May 26, 1785 - buried in the Presbyterian Meeting House cellar, Albany.
  564. Dutch Reformed Church Records, Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, NY. Richard Scikels b. 9 Jul 1780.
  565. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809, Part 7, 1780-1789, p 15. 1780, Aug 1. bo. Jul 9. Richard of Thomas Sickels and Mary Norwood.
  566. Pension File - Revolutionary War. Richard Sickels, born Aug 25, 1782; Christened in Albany by Mr. Westerlo.
  567. Dutch Reformed Church Records, Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, NY. John Brazier Scikels b. 11 Oct 1782.
  568. Dutch Reformed Church Records, Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, NY. John Brazier Scikels b. 11 Oct 1782, Dutch Reformed Church, Schaghticoke, Resnsselaer, NY.
  569. First Dutch Reformed Church, Albany, Albany, NY Records. John Brazier Sickles, Christened 11 Oct 1782, parents, Thomas Sickles and Mary Norwood - John Van Anglen God-Father.
  570. Pension File - Revolutionary War. John Brazier Sicels, born Aug 25, 1782; Christened in Albany by Mr. Weterlo - John Van Anglen God-Father.
  571. Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany, New York 1683-1809, Part 7, page 34. 1782. Oct 11. John Brasler of Thomas Sickles and Mary Norwood. Wit. John V Inglen.
  572. Pension File - Revolutionary War. John B Sickels died Nov 25, 1783, aged 15 months - buried in the Presbyterian Meeting House Cellar, Albany.
  573. Pension File - Revolutionary War. Thomas Andrew Sickels, born 3d Sept 1784 - Christened by Mr Kirkland.
  574. Pension File - Revolutionary War. George Washington Sickels, born at Walloonsack, Nov 15, 1786 and christened by th Rev Barent S Lupton.
  575. Commercial Advertiser Newspaper, 31 Jan 1816, Vol XIX, Issue 7257, page 2. In the village of Geneva, on Sunday evening the 21st inst. after a short but severe illness, Mr. George W. Sickels, son of Thomas Sickels, Esq. late of Herkimer, in the 27th year of his age.
  576. Dutch Reformed Church Records, Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, NY. Mary Ann Scikels b. 22 Mar 1793.
  577. Dutch Reformed Church Records, Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, NY. Mary Ann Scikels Christening: 28 Apr 1793.
  578. Pension File - Revolutionary War. Lewes Sickels, born at Butternutts, November 18, 1800.
  579. My Forefathers, p 24. Samuel, born Wednesday, 5th July, 1749.
  580. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, p 57, 58. John Wood, John Sise, John Van Sise, John Beeten and John Grant (indicted for a riot and assault on Josiah Bagley) are tried. Jurors are Peter Low, John Niche, Jess Wickes, James Monnel, Barent Newkirk, William Tanner, Henry Wolf, Jacob Mallows, John Forrester, Mathew Ridette, John Bush and Oliver Gleen. Lewis Andrew Gautier is sworn to go out with the jury. Thomas Kennedy is constable sworn to keep the jury. Witnesses for the People are Elizabeth Guest, Josiah Bagley, James Rosekrans, Mary Norwood and Samuel Broadhurst. Witnesses for the defendants are Mary Ruddert, James Grant, John Palton, Robert Tout and Luke Mathewman. The defendants are found guilty. John Van Sise and John Wood are fined £15 each. John Sise, John Beeten and John Grant are each fined £10. 6 May 1785.
  581. My Forefathers, p 36. Samuel Bradhurst next applied to Mrs. Smith at Shrewsbury (NJ), for her consent to his marriage with her daughter; and, having obtained this, married Mary Smith on the 1st of January, 1779 - or as he says in his MS, on "Wednesday evening, being the New Year's Eve of 1779 - at the rsidence of Mrs. Prevost, Colonel Prevost being then absent in command in East Florida.
  582. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, FHL Film 17783. Feb 1788
    Broadhurst 24th Catharine Ann, daughter of Dr. Samuel Broadhurst & Hannah his wife born Dec 12th 1787.
  583. My Forefathers, p 24. Benjamin, born Thursday, 6th July, 1751. Married, 17th June, 1773, Miss Fanny Kennedy.
  584. My Forefathers, p 24. Cornelia, born Saturday, 10th January, 1757. Her marriage license to Philip Linn is dated 165th June, 1780. Her son, John Linn, was born 16th March, 1781, and baptized 11th April of that year.
  585. Court Document, New York City, NY, NY, Liber 31, page 1 thru liber 33, page 355. Petition court to enable executors of Cornelia Norwood to sell property, part of her estate, 9 Jun 1787; recorded 18 Mar 1793.
  586. My Forefathers, p 24. Her son, John Linn, was born 16th March, 1781, and baptized 11th April of that year.
  587. My Forefathers, p 24. Before 1787 she had married secondly Michael Conner.
  588. My Forefathers, p 25. Her third husband was Isaac Whiteman, by whom she had two sons, Heath Whiteman, and Benjamin Bradhurst Whiteman. The latter married and left descendants.
  589. My Forefathers, p 24. Her third husband was Isaac Whiteman, by whom she had two sons, Heath Whiteman, and Benjamin Bradjurst Whiteman. The latter married and left descendants.
  590. First & Second Presbyterian Church, NYC, New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, Jul 1876 (Vol III, No 3,), Page 139. Oct 2d, Mary, Daughter of Tobias Norwood & Cristian Lester his Wife, Born Sept 14th, 1768.
  591. First & Second Presbyterian Church, NYC, New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, Jul 1876, P 139.
  592. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 116. Samuel Jr, was born May 29, 1762, in New York; died May 23, 1839, in Bridge St., Brooklyn, NY; married Nov 5, 1785, Mary Norwood. She was born Sept 14, 1768; died Apr 15, 1845, in Bridge St, Brooklyn, NY..
  593. Family Records and correspondence, Notarized statement by Margaret Morris Norwood, 20 Apr 1904. BIRTHS: Mary Norwood the 14th day of September at 8 o'clock PM 1768.
  594. First & Second Presbyterian Church, NYC, New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, Jul 1876, P 139. Octor 2d, Mary, Daughter of Tobias Norwood & Christian Lester his Wife, Born Sepr 14th, 1768.
  595. City Directory - New York, p 102. Prince, Mrs. Mary, 16 Courtlandt do. (street).
  596. The Weekly Museum, 30 Nov 1793. MILLINARY. MARY PRINCE, No 131-2, William-street, New-York. Having procured the greatest variety of bonnets, silks, vellam and other fashionable ribbons, flatters herself she has it now in her power of serving her customers with a elegant new-fashioned bonnets as any person of her line in this city. She has now on hand the following variety.
    The Union, Belvidier, Impersial Cottage, Queens Basket, Queens Village, English, Scotch, Slouch, Old Ladies, Patterson, Village, Cottage, and York Bonnets of the greatest variety of colours and prices, Calashes, Cloaks, and Shades, covered Chip Hats, and Scotch Nett Caps, with a great variety of other articles in teh above line too tedius to mention.
    NB. Being determined to decline the dry good business, a small quantity remaining on hand will be disposed of at prime cost, or under..
  597. Federal Census, 1840, New York, 1840 , Kings, New York; Roll 289; Page: 444. Mary Prince
    1 male 10-15
    1 female 15-20
    1 female 20-30
    1 female 60-70.
  598. New York Evening Post, Death Notices from the New York Evening Post 1801-1890, NEHGS. 4/15/1845 - Tues. 15th Mary relict of Samuel Prince 76y Robert & Edward Prince invited. (to attend services?). Brooklyn.
  599. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 100. Tuesday, April 15, 1845, Mary relict of Samuel Prince 76y Robert & Edward Prince invited. Bklyn.
  600. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 116. Samuel Jr, was born May 29, 1762, in New York; died May 23, 1839, in Bridge St., Brooklyn, NY; married Nov 5, 1785, Mary Norwood. She was born Sept 14, 1768; died Apr 15, 1845, in Bridge St, Brooklyn, NY..
  601. New York Marriages 1600-1800s. Name: Samuel Prince; Spouse Name: Mary Norwood; Date: 1785; Location: New York City, NY, NY.
  602. New York Marriages 1600 - 1900, 1881, selected extracts, page 135. Norwood, Mary; Spouse: Prince, Samuel; Marriage date: 1785; Location: New York City.
  603. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 12, #3, July 1881, p 135. 1785. Nov 15th Samuel Prince & Mary Norwood.
  604. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 116. Samuel Jr, was born May 29, 1762, in New York; died May 23, 1839, in Bridge St., Brooklyn, NY; married Nov 5, 1785, Mary Norwood. She was born Sept 14, 1768; died Apr 15, 1845, in Bridge St, Brooklyn, NY.
  605. Federal Census, 1790, New York, 1790 New York City North Ward, NY, NY; Roll: M637_6; Image: 0542. 1 male 16 or over
    2 males under 16
    7 females

    I suspect his mother and sisters may have been living with them.

  606. Federal Census, 1800, New York, 1800, New York Ward 3, NY, NY; Roll: 23; Page: 703; Image: 80. Samuel Prince,
    1 male under 10
    2 males 10-15
    2 males 16-25
    1 male 26-44
    3 females under 10
    1 female 10-15
    1 female 26-44
    1 female 45 and over.
  607. Morning Chronicle, Issue 287, page 3, NY; 6 Sept 1803. REMOVAL; Samuel Prince has removed his Fancy Hat Manufactory, and Warehouse of Fancy Goods, from No 51 John-street, to Newburgh, during the sickly season. Orders for goods, or other communications, forwarded to Newburgh by post, or left with Mr. Francis Wanenberg, Furrier, No. 120 William-street, New York, will be duly attended to.
    Newburgh, Sept 1 Sept 6.
  608. Federal Census, 1810, New York, 1810 New York Ward 2, NY, NY; Roll: 32; Page: 114; Image: 38.00. 2 males under 10
    1 male 10-15
    1 male 16-25
    1 male 45 and over
    2 females under 10
    3 female 10-15
    2 females 16-25
    1 female 26 - 44.
  609. Federal Census, 1820, New York, 1820, New York Ward 7, NY, NY; Roll: M33_77; Pge: 678; Image: 338. 1 male under 10
    1 male 10-15
    1 male 16-18
    1 male 16-26
    1 male 45 and over
    1 female 10-15
    4 females 16-26
    1 female 45 and over
    1 person engaged in commerce
    1 colored male under 14.
  610. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 116. Samuel Jr., was born May 29, 1762, in New York; died May 23, 1839, in Bridge St., Brooklyn, NY.
  611. City Directory, 1786, p 32. Howe & Prince, merchants, 86 Water St.
  612. City Directory - New York, 1787, published by S & J Loudon, p 29, accessed on footnote.com. Prince, Samuel, grocer, 69, do. [William-street] corner Fair-street.
  613. City Directory - New York, 1790, p. 102. Prince, Samuel, shoe-store, 13, William do. (street)
    Prince, Mrs. Mary, 16 Courtlandt do.
    Prince, widow, seamstress, 8 Murray do.
  614. City Directory - New York, 1794, published by T & J Swords, p. 138. Prince, Samuel, merchant, 125 William-street.
  615. New York City Directory, 1796, page 273. Prince, Samuel, milliner, 125 William street.
  616. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, Issue 4178, page 2; 16 May 1799. Samuel Prince, Respectfully informs his old customers, that their very liberal encouragement to him in the Millenery line, has induced him again to commence that business, at his former stand, No. 125 William-street, in partnership with Nicholas B Brower. He flatters himself with receiving a continuance of their favour, which he is determined to merit. He would also inform his friends and the public, that he has removed to No 130 in the same street, where he will endeavour to make it their interest to call on him in the Dry Good and Fancy line, wholesale and retail, particularly Materials and Trimmings for Ladies Hats and Bonnets, Cloaks and Gowns; and has now on Hand, a rich variety of Sattins and Sattin Ribbons, Cap Wire, Scotch Gauze, Bonnet Boards, &c. of the best quality, for CASH, which enables him to sell at very reduced prices. May 13.
  617. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, Vol XV, Issue 4755, page 4; 26 Mar 1801. Samuel Prince,
    Respectfully informs his customers and the public, that he has opened a Store of Millenary in general at no. 130 William-street, where they may depend on being served with promptitude on the most reasonable terms, wholesale and retail. He has now on hand, of his own manufacture, 400 dozen vellum 77 Leghorn, Dunstable and Satin Bonnets, calculated for the present and approaching season, of a superior quality, and well worth the attention of those who purchase to sell again, or for their own use; also, an assortment of Sattins and Sattin Ribbons, with other articles in the Millenery Line, as usual. The residue of Dry Good remaining on hand are selling at prime cost.

    The Partnership of Nicholas B Brower & Samuel Prince is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Those indebted to the firm are requested to make payment to Nicholas B Brower, who is duly authorised to receive the same. Nicholas B Brower, Samuel Prince, Feb. 26, 1801.

  618. American Citizen, Vol 5; Issue 1364, page 4; 18 Aug 1804. TEN DOLLARS REWARD; Ran away from tthe subscriber on Wednesday night last, a Black Girl who answers by the name of Tamer, nineteen years of age, about five feet four or five inches high, slim built, of an open countenance, complexion of a tan colour, has a considerable impediment in her speech, especially when in the least irritated -- Had on when she went away, a blue silk Bath bonnet, green calico short gown, black calimanco petticoat, and gold hoop ear-rings in her ears -- Took with her two long gowns, the one a light calico, the other a bule muslin; one whit dimity petticoat, two pairs cotton stockings, one of which had laced clocks; four our five short gowns, three or four plaid handkerchiefs, one of which she usually wears on her head as a turban. She was born in the family of Carman Rushman, Hemptstead Plains, Turtle Hook, Long-Island, and lately purchased of Mr. John Petll, butcher, Bower-Lane, New-York, with whom she has lived five or six years. The above reward and all reasonable charges will be paid to any one who will apprehend and deliver the above described girl to Samuel Prince, No 51 John-street,
    NB. All persons are forbid emplying or harbouring said girl, as they will be prosecuted according to law.
  619. Mercantile Advertiser, Issue 7128, 31 Oct 1810. "Samuel Prince respectfully informs his friends and the public, that he has opened a Carpet Store in the old Carpet WarehHouse formerly occupied by Andrew S. Norwood, No. 127 William-st. and now offers for sale a large assortment of common Scotch, and Ingrain Carpeting, of the best quality...".
  620. Political Observatory, Vol I, Issue 12, page 1, 15 Jun 1811:. For Sale, A Lot fo Land adjoining the land of Elisha I Winter, Esq. in Peru. --The lot contains 500 acres, lying on the Great Asable River; about 100 acres interval, a part of the upland covered with best of pin, Norway and White, water very convenient. An Iron Oar bed has lately been discovered on said lot, very rich, and a forge is near. Some improvements on the premises.--Any one wishing to purchase may for terms, call on B. Shipherd, at Peru Landing. Samuel Prince
    May 23, 1811.
  621. The Columbian Newspaper, Vol II, Issue 510, page 3, 22 Jun 1811. SHERIFF'S SALE; By virtue of a writ of fieri facias to me directed and deliverd will be sold on the 6th day of August next at 12 o'clock at noon, on hte premises -- all the right, title and interest of Thomas Sprawls, of, in and to all that certain messuage and lot of ground situate, lying and being in Ducth-street, in the second ward of the city of New York, and known and distinguished by No. 10 in said street; bounded westerly in front by Dutch Street aforesaid, northerly by prperty of widow Conroy, eaterly in the rear by property of Samuel Prince, and southerly by property of Charles Meeks, containing in breadth in front and rear each twenty-one feet, and in length on each side seventy two feet, be the same in length and breadth more or less, together with the appurtenances thereunto belongings. Benj Ferris, Sheriff June 20.
  622. New York City Directory, 1814, p 534. Prince, Sam. fancy hatt store 130 William.
  623. The Evening Post, Issue 4054, page 3, NY, NY; 31 May 1815. CARPETING; An assortment of Superfine and Fine Ingrane Carpeting, elegant patterns, just received and for sale by SAMUEL PRINCE, jun. No 127 William-street May 31.
  624. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 81. May 23, 1839, Brooklyn, Samuel Prince Formerly merchant of NYC 76-11-23.
  625. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 81. 23 May 1839, Brooklyn, Samuel Prince formerly merchant of NYC 76-11-23.
  626. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 117.
  627. Trinity Church Parish Records, NY. Sarah Prince; burial date: 9 Jan 1826; age: 30; gravesite: St. John's.
  628. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 15. 9 Aug 1837. Amsterdam, Miss. 18th ult. George Washington Prince, postmaster of that place, y, son of Samuel and Mary formerly of this City and now of Bklyn 26y 4m 10d.
  629. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, Vol VIII, P. 24, The Record. September 1770: 16. Andrew, Son of Tobias Norwood & Christ Lester his wife, Born Sep 7th, 1770. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, Vol VIII, P. 24, The Record, Christening September 16, 1770, Andrew, Son of Tobias Norwood & Christ Lester his wife, Born Sep 7th, 1770.
  630. International Genealogical Index - 974.7. Andrew Norwood, birth 11 Sept 1770, christening 16 Sept 1770, First and Second Presbyterian Church, New York, NY; father: Tobias Norwood, Mother: Christn. Lester.
  631. St. Nicholas Society Records. Andrew Sickles Norwood b. 11 Sept 1770, d. 14 Nov 1856.
  632. W A Whitney and R I Bonner, History & Biographical Record of Lenawee County, MI: Vol. I (Adrian, Lenawee, MI: W Stearns & Co., 1879), ; digital images, (: Online - google books December 2011. p. 283: Carlisle Norwood was born in the City of New York, February 12th, 1812. His father, Andrew S. Norwood, was born September 11th, 1770.
  633. Family Records and correspondence, Notarized statement by Margaret Morris Norwood, 20 Apr 1904. BIRTHS: Andrew Norwood the 11th day of September at 6 o'clock AM 177, he has of late put the letter "S" to his name, now A. S. Norwood.
  634. New-York Daily Tribune, 20 Nov 1856, p 7. Andrew S. Norwood, an old New-Yorker, whose death was noticed the other day, was born in 1770. At one time he was intimate with the Washington family, then living in Cherry street.
  635. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Apr 1877, p. 75, Records of the First Presbyterian Church. September 16. Andrew, Son of Tobias Norwood & Christn Lester his Wife, Born Sepr 11th, 1770.
  636. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Apr 1877, p. 75, Records of the First Presbyterian Church. September 16. Andrew, Son of Tobias Norwood & Christn Lester his Wife, Born Sepr 11th, 1770.
  637. The Weekly Museum, p 4, 22 June 1793. ANDREW S. NORWOOD; UPHOLSTERER, No. 13, William Street, New-York, Having commenced business in the above line, solicits the patronage of his Friends and the Public. He is determined that his assiduity and exertions to give satisfaction to his employers, will merit a continuance of their favours.
    He makes Sofas, Settees, Easy and other Chairs, Feather Beds, Hair Mattrasses(sic), Flock do, Venetian Blinds, Bed and Window Curtains, &c. Ships Cabins furnished with Curtanis(sic) and Mattrasses(sic), &c. &c. &c. --- PAPER HANGINGS put up with Neatness and Dispatch. Earliest advertisement found for Andrew S Norwood - Note: the addresses are different - William and/or Beekman St?.
  638. The Weekly Museum, 10 Aug 1793, Vol VI, Issue 274, page 4. Andrew S Norwood, Upholsterer, No. 31 Beekman-Street, New-York, Having commenced business in the above line, solicits the patronage of his Friends and the Public. He is determined that his assiduity and exertions to give satisfaction to his employers, will merit a continuance of their favours.
    He make Sofas, Settees, Easy and Chairs, Feather Beds, Hair Mattrasses, Flick do. Venetian Blinds, Bed and Window Curtains, &c. Ships Cabins furnished with Curtanis and Mattrasses, &c. &c. &c. - PAPER HANGING put up with Neatness and Dispatch.
    An Apprentice wanted to the above business, one that can be well recommended. He has definitely moved his business from William St to Beekman St and now he's advertising for an apprentice, so business must be good.
  639. City Directory - New York, 1794, publisher T & J Swords, p 138. Norwood and Kant, upholsterers, 35 Beekman do. [street].
  640. New York City Court Records 1760-1797, page 194. John Buddy, indicted in Nov for keeping a disorderly house is tried. Jurors are Peter A Allair, Andrew S Norwood, John Blanchard, Abraham Boudewine, Jeremiah Dodge, Fancis Panton, Jr, George Courtney, Israel Platt, Edmund Washburn, William Dunstan, James Durrid, Leonard Rogers. People's witnesses are David Walker, Jacob Ludlum, James Duffie. Defendant's witness: William Corwin. Buddy is convicted and fined £8. 10 May 1794.
  641. New York Daily Gazette, Issue 1749, 1 Aug 1794, p 2. Andrew S. Norwood returns his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public in general, for the many favours he has received. As he is now taken in Partnership with him Godfrey Kant, which will be under the firm of NORWOOD and KANT,
    They Make and Sell sofas, settees, easy and other chairs, feather beds, hair mattresses, flock do, venetian blinds, bed and window curtains, matressess &c. Paper hangings put up with neatness and dispatch.
    Particular attention is paid to various French, English, and other fashions. The highest price gien for any quantity of curled hair or feathers. Apprentices wante to the above business. July 3.
  642. City Directory - New York, 1795, Pub by T & J Swords, NY, NY, p. 159, accessed on fold3. Norwood and Kent, upholsterers, 35 Beekman do.[street].
  643. City Directory, p. 259. Norwood, Andrew, upholsterer, 127 William-street. Within the past 6 years, he has stopped making shoes and has broadened his skills to upholstery.
  644. New York Daily Advertiser, Vol XI, Issue 3524, p. 3; 27 May 1796. NOTICE; The Co-partnership of ANDREW S. NORWOOD and GODFREY KANT, dissolves this day, by mutual consent, those who are indebted to the firm, are hereby solicited to make immediate payment to prevent their accounts being put into the hands of an attorney to collect: And those to whom they are indebted to present their accounts, for settlement.

    ANDREW S. NORWOOD; Most respectfully acknowledges the many favors he has received from his employers since his commencement in business, and is happy to inform them that he has removed from his former residence in Beekman street to No. 127 Wm. street, the house formerly occupied by Mr. James Walker, merchant, where he flatters himself to receive and merit a continuance of their favours, as he is determined no exertions shall be wanting to render universal satisfaction in -- line of Upholstery, in all its various branches.
    He has now on hand a great variety of looking glasses, which will be disposed of cheap for cash.
    N.B. Two thousand weight of geese feathers which he has on hand, will be ready for sale in beds of the first quality, as soon as time will admit of them to be made up: and matrasses(sic) of every description on the shortest notice. Two journeymen will find immediate employment, and two or three seamstresses, who can be recommended.

  645. City Directory - New York, 1796, Pub by D Longworth, NY, NY, p. 259, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Andrew, upholsterer, 127 William-street.
  646. City Directory - New York, 1797, Pub by D. Longworth, p 259, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Andrew S. upholsterer, 127 William-street.
  647. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, 2 June 1798, Issue 2977, page 4. Cheap for Cash, English ingrain and Brussels Capeting.
    English, French & American Paper Hangings.
    Andrew S Norwood, Upholsterer,
    At his Furniture War-House, No. 127, Wm Street, New-York
    Continues to carry on the Upholsterer's business, in all its various branches, makes and sells the following articles - viz. canopy, dome, field, and four post bed curtains, sophas, settees, couches, easy, dining, fancy, windsor, and drawing room chairs, carpets, church and other cushions, feather beds, hair, wool, and flock mattrasses, Venetian and other blinds. India and other paper hangings, put up with neatness and dispatch.
    Owners and masters of vessels may have their cabins furnished at a short notice, and on the most reasonable terms.
    An elegant assortment of gilt frame looking glasses, best quality rose blankets, from 6-4 to 12-4, hair cloth live geese feathers, as assortment of bed ticken, warranted not to shed the feathers.
    N.B. Orders from any part of the continent thankfully received and punctually attended to. April 13.
  648. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, P. 2, 18 July 1799, p. 2. 50 DOLLARS REWARD; LOST, Yesterday morning Between the Fly-Market and William street, A Red Morocco POCKET BOOK, containing 2d, 3d and 4th Bills of Exchange, drawn by Mid--- Gouverneur and Kemble, (at three days sight) --Smiths and Atkinson, London, in favour of Andrew Louis Mottet, for £247 10s sterling - One Check on the New-York Bank, drawn by the Subscriber for 8910 -- One Note at 60 days, drawn by William Henderson, for 799 50-100 Dollars, dated June 3rd in favour of Andrew S. Norwood -- One d. drawn by Jonas Prentur, in favour of Andrew S Norwood, for 269 Dollars -- One Draft drawing by 4. deZeng, on J. Mark and Co. and accepted in favour of Andrew S. Norwood, for 67 91-100 Dollars ------Likewise, one 15 and one 10 Dollar Bank Note, and several other Papers of no use to any person but the owner. Whoever has found the same and will leave them with the Printer, or ANDREW S. NORWOOD, No. 127 William-street, --?-- have the above reward, and no questions asked.
    July 18.
  649. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, P. 2, 18 Jan 1802. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD; ROBBERY; --- Stolen from the desk of the subscriber, about 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, several bank notes, and two check, one drawn by Frederick and Philip Rhinelander on the Manhattan Bank, dated jna. 13, 1802, for 41 dolls 9 cents, and one drawn by Archibald Gracie, on the Bank of New-York, dated jan. 14, 1802, for 59 dolls 75 cents.---If the above checks, or either of them should be offered in payment, stop them and the parties, and give notice to
    ANDREW S. NORWOOD
    127 William-street
    Who will pay the above reward on the discovery.
  650. City Directory - New York, 1803, Pub by Abraham Shoemaker, NY, NY, p 227, accessed on Fold 3. Norwood, Andrew S. carpet-store, 132 William
    [after death of wife and three children and prior to marriage to Rebecca].
  651. New York Herald Newspaper, 5 Mar 1803, page 3. DIED - Last evening, after a lingering indisposition of 2 years, which originated in a severe cold, and was hurried on by parental grief for the loss of her three children within twelve months, Mrs. Norwood, wife of Mr Andrew S Norwood of this city, aged 25 years. Her goodness, meeknesss, and benevolenced endeared her to all her acquaintances, the love of her conncections, and the unbounded affection of her disconsolate husband. The friends of Andrew S. Norwood are requested to attend the funeral of his wife on Sunday afternoon, at half past 4 o'clock, from his house No. 127 William St.
  652. Naturalization Record, J523. James Johnston, merchant, filed for naturalization in the NY Mayor's Court, Court of Common Pleas, New York City, NY, origially from England, 15 Jan 1803, NY; bundle number 3, coy of Record No 84; Witnessed by Andrew S Norwood, NY merchant.
  653. Commercial Advertiser Newspaper, 12 Oct 1803 Vol VI, Issue 1864, page 2. London August 8, 1803
    Andrew S. Norwood respectfully solicits his friends and the public, to suspend their purchases of CARPETS until his arrival in New-York, which he expects will be the first of November next; and assures them, that he will then open for sale, the most elegant assortment of Brussels, Venetian and Ingrained CARPETING, that ever were seen in America, and which have been entirely selected by himself. oct 8.
  654. Deed - New York City, NY, NY, Liber 71, pages 523-525, NYC Reel 22. AS Norwood executed indenture on 30 Apr 1804 99 year lease with Lucy Cook and Hannah Perkins, Hanbury, CT for the sum of $325 per year. (Copy of original in book) Property was next door to Samuel Prince.
  655. City Directory - New York, 1806, Pub by David Longworth, NY, NY, p 337, accessed on Fold3. Norwood, Andrew, carpet-store, 132 William.
  656. Republican Watch-Tower, 20 Jun 1806, Vol 6, Issue 476, p. 1. Coach lace manufactory is moved from Newark to Chatham St, NY. Andrew Ray & Co makes coach lace, fringes and tasses - "They have for the convenience of country merchants, coach makers, & c formed an arrangement with Mr Andrew Norwood, no 132 William St, (18 doors above Messrs Andrew Ogden & Brothers, their former agents) who will keep a large assortment of Coach Laces & Trimmings, which will be sold on the same terms & Prices as at the manufactory.
  657. The Old Merchants of New York City, p 210. A new jury was drawn up, viz: ...and Andrew S. Norwood.
  658. Valentine's Manual of the City of New York, p 223. Andrew S Norwood was one of the jurors at the trial of Samuel G Ogden in 1806 for complicity in the Miranda Filibusterin expedition.
  659. Mercantile Advertiser, Issue 4778, page 1; 7 Dec 1807, page 1. FOR GREENOCK, The ship ANN, Samuel Flowers, master, will sail with all possible dispatch, having the pincipal part of her freight engaged. For the remaining order or passage, having good accommodations, apply to the master on board, or to ANDREW S NORWOOD, 132 William-st. 28 Nov.
  660. Valentine's Manual of the City of New York, p 223. ...and in 1807 was one of the founders and incorporators of the Presbyterian Church in Cedar street, now the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church...
  661. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, 8 May 1809 Vol XXII, Issue 7094, page 3. Lang & Turner's Marine & Commercial Register. Arrived. The ship Ann, Reynolds, 49 days from London, and 37 from Yarmouth, with dry goods, hardware, &c., to A. S. Norwood.
  662. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, Vol XXII, Issue 7112, page 2; 8 Jun 1809. Andrew S. Norwood, Has taken into partnership George Austin, the business in future will be transacted under the firm of NORWOOD & AUSTIN. ju 3t.
  663. The Old Merchants of New York City, p 329-331. During the War of 1812 the Federal Government was badly short of cash and the President (Madison) and Secy of Treas (Geo W Campbell) borrowed cash from New York merchants: Norwood & Austin, loaned $10,000 to the Federal Government.
  664. Columbian Newspaper, P 3, 24 Dec 1813. FUEL FOR THE POOR; At a meeting of the Citizens of New-York, held by adjournment at the City-Hotel on Wednesday evening, the 22d December, 1813, for the purpose of adopting a plan for distributing Fuel for the suffering poor of the city, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Resolved, That a general committee consisting of one from each ward be appointed; whose duties shall be to receive all monies raised by donations and subscription; purchase the fuel and distribute the same, on receiving orders therefor from either of the committees of the wards. Resolved, That the general committee consist of the following gentlemen ...Resolved, That subcommittees of two in each ward be appointed, to solicit subscriptions, and pay over the same to the general committee; receive applications for relief, and agive orders on the general committee to that purpose, to sucha s appear deserving. The following gentlemen were appointed on the ward committees, viz. 3d Ward Andrew S Norwood and John P Mumford...
  665. New York City Directory, 1814, page 314. Norwood A. S. 26 Vesey.
  666. New York City Directory, 1814, p 314. Norwood & Austin, merchants 71 Pine.
  667. The New York Columbian Newspaper, 6 Jul 1814, Vol V, Issue 1436, page 3. The following gentlemen were yesterday elected Directors of the New-York Manufacturing Company, for one year, viz: ...Andrew S. Norwood.
  668. New York Evening Post, 6 Jul 1814. The following gentlemen were yesterday elected Directors of the New-York Manufacturing Company, for one year, viz: ...Andrew S. Norwood
    July 6.
  669. Longworth's American Almanac, New-York Register, and City Directory, Longworth's American Almanac, New-York Register, and City Directory.
  670. Family Records and correspondence, Letter dated 18 Jan 1815. Writing from New York - looking for a summer retreat in Mount Plesant.
  671. National Advocate, P 2, 4 July 1815. The following gentlemen are recommended by a large number of Stockholders in the New-York Manufacturing Company as proper persons to be supported as Directors of that institution at the ensuing election, to take place the 5th inst. James Boggs, William Cairns, John Haggerty, Maxwell Trokes, Saml. Whittemore, David S Jonnes, Alex Cransotn, Isaac Lawrence, Anthony Post Eliphalet Williams, Samuell Leggett, John Colvill, Daniel Livingston, Henry Major Henry Kneeland and Andrew S Norwood declined a re-election. July 4.
  672. Deed - New York City, NY, NY, Liber 115 pages 478-481 NYC reel 39. AS Norwood purchased two lots on Broad Street, first ward, New York City, NY, NY, on 16 Feb 1816 from William Willcocks, Westchester County, NY for the sum of $7,050. Copy of original deed in book.

    Carlise Norwood, son of AS Norwood married Louisa Josephine Willcocks in Sept 1816.

  673. The History Box, A Historical Tour of Bond Street. He was also heavily interested in shipping, being owner of a line of Havre packets.
  674. New York Daily Advertiser, Vol I, Issue 166, p 2, 20 Oct 1817. ARRIVED: Ship William, Coffin, from London, and 34 days from the Lizard, dry goods, tallow, white lead and sheathing copper to Dunlap & Grant, owners, H & W Delafield, John Fanshaw, W W & TL Chester, Rev. Dr. Mason, Pearsall & Grillet, Goodrich & Kellogg, Collins & Co., Obed Folger, Thos. Folger, Andrew Norwood, John Bowerbank, and to order.
  675. National Advocate, p. 3. Dr. DAVID HOSACK and ANDREW S. NORWOOD, Esq. will be pleased to accept the thanks of the members of Fire Engine Company No. 14 for refreshments seasonably and liberally furnished them during the late fire in Vesey-st.
  676. New York Evening Post, 21 Jan 1818, Issue 4870, page 2. EVENING POST MARINE LIST - CLEARED
    ...Arrived this forenoon - Ship Ann Marie, Waite, 40 days from Liverpool, with coals and dry goods, to J Flack, owner, J Thompson, J Brown, Hyde & Bunter, J E Hyde, A S Norwood...
  677. New York Evening Post, 15 Apr 1819, Issue 5251, page 2. IN COMMON COUNCIL, April 15, 1819, The following persons were appointed instpectors of the ensuing anniversary state and charter elections:...3d Ward - Isaac Graham, Daniel D Smith, and Andrew S Norwood.
  678. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 107, No 4, Oct 1976, p 227. NORWOOD, Andrew S. j. 9 Dec. 1819, conf.; dis. 7 Oct 1830 to Bleeker St. Ch., N.Y.;
    Rebecca, wf. Andrew S. j. 10 Dec 1818, conf.; dis. 7 Oct 1830 to Bleeker St. Ch., N.Y.;
    Emily Christiana, dau. Andrew S. & Rebecca (Ogilvie). b. 23 July 1816; bap. 9 Apr. 1820;
    Emily. j. 13 July 1858, conf.; dropped 8 Nov. 1877;
    Mary. j. 13 July 1858, conf.; dropped 8 Nov. 1877;
    Mrs. Mary Floyd/Lloyd. j. 10 Jan. 1858, l.s.(letter signed by) George Potts, Univ. Pl. Pres.
    Ch., N.Y.; dropped 8 Nov. 1877.
  679. Mercein's City Directory, New York Register, and Almanac, 1820. A S Norwood, lived in New York City, NY and was a merchant.
  680. New York American, Vol V, No 430, New-York, Saturday, May 1, 1824, p 1. At a meeting of the Directors of the Aetna Fire Insurance Company, the following gentlemen were unanimously elected Directors, to wit:
    Isaac L. Kip, Peter Embury, Aaron O. King, and Andrew S. Norwood.
  681. New York American, Vol VIII, Issue 2223, Page 4. Traders' Insurance Comapny, in the city of New York, Offices 44 Wall street, opposite the Exchange, insure against Loss or Damage by Fire, and also against Loss or Damage by Island Navigation. Application from abroad, accompanied by particular description of the property to be insured, will receive a strict attention. The rates of premium and conditions of Insurance are uniform with the other Fire Insurance Companies in this city.
    Directors: John Slidell, Jacob Lorillard, Gardiner G. Howland...Andrew S. Norwood...
  682. New York City - Deeds, Liber 293 Pages 626-629, NYC reel 115. Purchase of lot on 2nd St near Bowery St in New York City at public auction. Copy of deed of sale in book.
  683. Skaneateles Democrat, abt Mar 7, 1851. Article discussing disposition of property owned by Peter Cuddeback which is mortgaged to Ezra Leonard - now deceased:
    "being part of lot No. 37 in the original township of Marcellus, and being the same farm of which Moses Cuddeback lately died siezed and possessed of and which he devised to said Peter Cuddeback and one James Cuddeback by his will, bearing date the fourth day of May 1835, and bounded as follows: on the west by lands belonging to Abraham Cuddeback, on the north by lands belonging to Dewitt Cuddeback, on the east by the Skaneateles Lake, on the south by lands of Andrew S. Norwood and Simeon Cuddeback...excepting about three acres of land from the above, sold and conveyed by the said Peter to Andrew G. Norwood and ---- Robinson; said mortgage is deated the twenty ninth day of August in the year 1846 and is recorded with the power to sell therein contained, in the Clerk's office of the said county of Onondaga in Book number 53 or martgages page 398 &c. September 4th, 1846 at 9 o'clock AM...Dated March 7th, 1851.
  684. National Archives and Records Administration, NARA Catalog 300022; Revolutionary War Pensions; Rec Gp 15; Pension application for Delanoy, Pension #R 2,854. Gerrit Storm solicits donations from AS Norwood, Cornelius Heyer, John B Miller for "their old friend and Schoolmaster" Mr. Delanoy. Norwood contributes $5.
  685. City Directory - New York, 1840/41, Pub by Thomas Longworth, New York City, NY, NY, p 476, accessed on fold3.
  686. New York Herald Newspaper, #0367 - oldfultonpostcards - 7 Apr 1841. NOTICE - Payment is stopped of the following certification of the New York Banking Company, which are supposed to have been lost or stolen - vis, numbers 647, 648, each payable to Andrew Norwood, or order, and each for the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars. All person are cautioned not to receive or negotiate the same.
  687. City Directory, p. 311. Norwood & Gonsalves, upholsterers, 240 Water & 79 Bleecker.
  688. New York Weekly Observer, 1971, found on fultonhistory.com. Newspaper published in Marcellus, Onondaga, NY discusses history of Lot 50 - New York state land set aside for Revolutionary War bounty land warrants which was located in the town of Skaneateles. According to the newspaper article, Andrew S Norwood owned a house and large lot in Skaneateles. This is where his oldest son Alexander lived as an adult and married. Evidently, Stephen and David Dowling bought all of this property in 1852.
  689. Last Willl and Testament of Andrew Sickles Norwood.
  690. St. Nicholas Society Records. Deposition given by Andrew S. Norwood describing his father's involvement in the Revolutionary War, his assistance of prisoners held in the Old Sugar House prison, and the burial of Revolutionary War soldiers in the Trinity church-yard.
    This deposition was evidently provided in order to oppose the extension of Albany Street east through Trinity churchyard to Broadway. This was planned in order to connect with Pine Street, opening up a new crosstown link between the Hudson and East rivers. This effort was led by James Boorman who justified this as relieving congestion in the business district, however, it would also enhance the value of his own real estate holding.
    There was a great hue and cry over this - and through the efforts of citizens like Norwood, the Veterans Corps, and many others, this plan was defeated. By a vote of thirteen to seven, the city council nixed the Albany Street extension. This fight was responsible for the production and erection of a Soldiers' Monument in Trinity's church-yard, which still stands.
  691. Forgotten Patriots, Pp. 228 - 230.
  692. New York Evening Express, 1857-1858 - accessed on Old Fulton Postcards - precise date unknown. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE: THE EXTENSION OF ALBANY STREET -
    ...Mr. Tillou read affidavits made by Messrs. Isaac Bell, and Andrew S. Norwood and others, deposing to the fact of their knowledge that Trinity churchyard had been as far back as the revolutionary period a public burial ground, and that many of the patriots were there interred, especially in the Northwest corner of it, the part embraced in the proposed extension...
  693. Probate File.
  694. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Buried at Cemetery 16 Nov 1856.
  695. Norwood Family Bible. Deaths: Andrew Siecles Norwood, Nov 14 1857, New York City - incorrect date given.
  696. The Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, April 1857, 36, 4; pg 517. The Commercial Advertiser of November 15, 1856, announced the death of Andrew S Norwood, an old and highly respected citizen and merchant of New York, engaged in business, being in the 87th year of his age. He was born in 1770, and up to the time of his last illness he retained a vivid recollection of the events attending the close of the revolutionary war. His father served in the army of the patriots, and was an inmate of the sugar-house here as a prisoner, until released by an exchange, and we have heard Mr. Norwood relate that he had been frequently dispatched with relief for the remaining prisoners, by his father, after his liberation.
    Mr. Norwood commenced business as a merchant 1791, not having attained the age of twenty-one, as one of the firm of Norwood & Austen, and afterwards carried it on his sole account, until about 1830, when he closed his active mercantile career. He was one of the originators and owners of the second line of packet ships between New York and Havre, consisting of Erie, France, and other vessels, of which Messrs. Crassous & Boyd were the agents in New York, and Boisgerard & Co., in Havre. For many years past he has lived in comparative retirement, retaining his faculties in an eminent degree up to nearly the time of his death.
    Mr. Norwood was a favorable specimen of the New York merchant of the old school; a man of untiring energy in his younger days, and of great enterprise, yet careful and judicious in his manner of doing business, amassing his property as the fruits of his industry and judgment, rather than by the modes of modern speculation, and preserving his reputation to the close of his long career as a man and merchant of the most uncompromising integrity. This obituary was acquired from the New York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024.
  697. Death Certificate, City of New York, NY, Death Registry. 1856 Nov 14 - Norwood, Andrew S, age 86, 161 W 14th St, born New York; cause of death: marasmus; cemetery: Marble.
  698. New York Times Newspaper, 15 Nov 1856. Norwood - In this City, on Friday, Nov. 14, Andrew S Norwood. In the 87th year of his age. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, without further invitation, on Sunday, at 2 o'clock PM, from the Church of Rev. Dr. McElroy, in 14th st., between 6th and 7th avs.
  699. New York Herald-Tribune, 15 Nov 1856. NORWOOD - On Friday, Nov 10, Andrew S Norwood, in the 87th year of his age.
    The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, without further invitation, on Sunday, the 16th inst., at 2 o'clock p.m., from the Church of the Rev. Dr. McElroy, in Fourteenth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues.
  700. New Orleans Times-Picayune, P. 2. Andrew S Norwood, an old and highly respectable citizen and merchant of New York, died at his residence in Fourteenth street, on the 14th inst. Mr. Norwood was, at the time of his death, the oldest native of New York engaged in business there, being in the eighty-seventh year of his age.
  701. New York Evening Post, 17 Nov 1856. Decease of another Old Merchant - Our obituary lead this afternoon includes the name of Andrew S. Norwood, an old and highly respected citizen and merchant of New York. He died at his residence in Fourteenth street yesterday. Mr. Norwood, we believe, was at the time of his death the oldest native of this city engaged in business here, being in the 87th year of his age. He was born in 1770, and up to the time of his last illness he retained a vivid recollection of the events attending the close of the revolutionary war. His father served in the army of the patriots, and was an inmate of the sugar-house here as a prisoner, until released by an exchange, and we have heard Mr. Norwood relate that he had been frequently dispatched with relief for the remaining prisoners, by his father, after his liberation.
    Mr. Norwood commenced business as a merchant about 1791, not having attained the age of twenty-one, as one of the firm of Norwood & Austen, and afterwards carried it on his sole account, until about 1830, when he closed his active mercantile career. He was one of the originators and owners of the second line of packet ships between this city and Havre, consisting of the Eire, France and other vessels of which Messrs. Crassous & Boyd were the agents here, and Boisgerard & Co. in Havre. For many years past he has lived in comparative retirement, retaining his faculties in an eminent degree up to nearly the time of his death.
    Mr. Norwood was a favorable specimen of the New York merchant of the old school; a man of untiring energy in his younger days, and of great enterprise, yet careful and judicious in his manner of doing business, amassing his property as the fruits of his industry and judgment, rather than by the modes of modern speculation, and preserving his reputation to the close of his long career as a man and merchant of the most uncompromising integrity. (Commercial Advertiser, November 15).
  702. Skaneateles Democrat, 21 Nov 1856, p 3, col 3. DIED: In New York city, on the 14th inst., Andrew S. Norwood, an old and respected merchant of that city, and father of the late Alexander H. Norwood formerly of this town, aged 87 years.
  703. New-York Daily Tribune, Nov 20, 1856, p. 7. Andrew W. Norwood, an old New-Yorker, whose death was noticed the other day, was born in 1770. At one time he was intimate with the Washington family, them living in Cherry street.
  704. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. A S Norwood, buried 16 Nov 1856.
  705. Death Certificate, City of New York, NY, Death Registry. 1856 Nov 14 - Norwood, Andrew S, age 86, 161 W 14th St, born New York; cause of death: scrofulosis; cemetery: Calvary. He may have been either reburied at the Marble Cemetery - or the death registry was written in error.
  706. Probate File, Liber 189 p. 169. File in large file #2.
  707. New York Daily Times Newspaper, 6 Jul 1857, page 8. Newspaper notice of estate settlement calling for claims against the estate of ANdrew S Norwood, late of the City of New-York, deceased.
  708. Albany Evening Journal, 4 Aug 1858, p 5. The People of the State of New York by the grace of God Free and independent, to all persons interested in the estate of Andrew S Norwood, late of the city of New York, deceased, as creditors, legatees next of kin, or otherwise, send greeting:
    You and each of you are hereby cited and required personally to be and appear before our surrogate of the county of New York, at his office in the city of new York, on the 20 day of September next, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of the day, then and there to attend the final settlement of the accoung of proceedings of Carlisle Norwood and Andrew G Norwood, as executors of the last will and testament of the deceased.
    In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office of said surrogate to be hereunto affixed. Witness Edward C. West, esquire, surrogate of our said (L S) county, at the city of New York, the fourth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight. Edwin C West, Surrogate.
  709. New York Times Newspaper, 25 Dec 1858. In the matter of the Estate of Andrew S Norwood, deceased:
    The executors have filed their account and the same is contested upon the following grounds: The testator directs the real estate to be sold and the proceeds divided among his children in certain proportions. The testator left a large real and personal estate, and the executors have collected quite a large amount of rents; they have not yet sold the real estate. The counsel for the daughters contends that the rents not being specifically devised, they are entitled to an equal share thereof; but on the contrary, the counsel for the executors contends that the direction to sell the real estate and convert it into cash makes the whole estate personal from the death of the testator, and that the rents belong to the legatees under the will. The case was argued by the respective counsel and submitted to the Surrogate for decision.
  710. Albany Evening Journal, 4 Aug 1858, p 5. The people of the State of New York by the grace of God free and independent, to all persons interested in the estate of Andrew S Norwood, late of the city of New York, deceased, as creditors, legatees, next of kin, or otherwise, send greeting: You and each of you are hereby cited and required personally to be and appear before our surrogate of the court of New York, at his office int he city of New York, on the 30 day of September next, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of the day, then and there to attend the final settlement of the account of proceedings of Carlisle Norwood and Andrew G Norwood, as executors of the last will and testament of said deceased.
    In testimony whereof, we have caused the seal of office of said surrogate to be hereunto affixed. Witness Edward C West, esquire, surrogate of our said (LS) county, at the city of New York, the fourth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight. EDW. C. WEST, Surrogate.
  711. Compiled by American Antiquarian Society, 1952, Index of the New York Weekly Museum, 1788-1817.
  712. New York Marriages 1600-1800s, 1882 selected extracts page 89. Norwood, Andrew S. Spouse: Ogilvie, Abigail Marriage Date: 1797; Location: New York City; County: New York; State: New York;.
  713. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 13, No 2, April 1882, p 89. Churches of the City of New York; Records of the 1st & 2nd Presbyterian churches of the City of New York:
    1797 Septr 6th Andrew S. Norwood & Abigail Ogilvie.
  714. City Directory - New York, 1800, Pub by D. Longworth, NY, NY, p. 290, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Andrew S. upholster, 127 William
    Norwood, Richard, custom-house measurer, 52 Gold
    Norwood, Andrew, measurer of grain, 58 Beaver
    .
  715. Federal Census, 1800, New York, 1800 Ward 3 NY, NY; Roll: 23; Page: 695; Image: 72. Andrew S Norwood
    1 male btn 16 &25;
    1 male btn 26 & 44;
    2 females under 10;
    2 females btn 16 & 25;
    one additional person (servant?) total of 7 people in household.
  716. St. Nicholas Society Records. Deposition from Lewis Morris Norwood: Abigail Ogilview a twin sister to Rebecca, was born in Tappan, Rockland County, New York, 20 July 1776.

    I find this hard to believe - though not impossible. There are quite a few records concerning Thomas Ogilvie and his two marriages in New York City. Further research necessary.

  717. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 10, No 4 Oct 1879, p 178. 1775 Janry 22d, Abigail Geane, Daughter of Thomas Ogilvie & Abigail Gleane, his Wife, born Decr 26th, 1774.
  718. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 10, No 4, Oct 1879, p 178. 1775 Janry 22d, Abigail Geane, Daughter of Thomas Ogilvie & Abigail Gleane, his Wife, born Decr 26th, 1774.
  719. New York Herald Newspaper, 5 Mar 1803, p. 3. DIED - Last evening, after a lingering indisposition of 2 years, which originated in a severe cold, and was hurried on by parental grief for the loss of her three children within twelve months, Mrs. Norwood, wife of Mr Andrew S Norwood of this city, aged 25 years. Her goodness, meeknesss, and benevolenced endeared her to all her acquaintances, the love of her conncections, and the unbounded affection of her disconsolate husband. The friends of Andrew S. Norwood are requested to attend the funeral of his wife on Sunday afternoon, at half past 4 o'clock, from his house No. 127 William St.
  720. Daily Advertiser, 7 Mar 1803. DIED - On Thursday evening, after a lingering indisposition of two years, which originated in a severe cold, and was hurried on by parental grief for the loss of her three children within twelve months, Mrs. Norwood, wife of Mr. Andrew S. Norwood, of this city, aged 25 years. Her goodness, meekness and benevolence, endeared her to all her acquaintances, and the love of her connexions, and the unbounded affection of her disconsolate husband.
  721. Commercial Advertiser Newspaper, 5 Mar 1803, page 3. DIED, on Thursday evening, after a lingering indisposition of two years, which originated in severe cold, and was hurried on by parental grief for the loss of her three children within twelve months, Mrs. Norwood, wife of Mr. Andrew S Norwood, of this city, aged 25 years. Her goodness, meekness and benevolence, endeared her to all her acquaintances, the love of her connexions, and the unbounded affection of her disconsolate husband. The friends of Andrew S Norwood are requested to attend the Funeral of his Wife, on Sunday afternoon at half past 4 o'clock, from his house No. 127 William street.
  722. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 134, No 2, Apr 1003, p 137. Deaths from the Weekly Visitor or Ladies' Miscellany, 1802-1804

    Saturday March 5, p 175
    On Thursday, Mr. Daniel Dunscomb, in his 77th year.
    Same day, Mrs. Norwood, aged 25, wife of Andrew S. Norwood.

  723. The Weekly Visitor, and Ladies' Museum, Saturday, 5 Mar 1803, p. 175. On Thursday, Mr. Daniel Dunscomb, in his 77th year.
    Same day, Mrs. Norwood, aged 25, wife of Andrew S. Norwood.
  724. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, FHL Film 17783. 1803 March
    Norwood 6th Norwood, Abigail, aged 26 years.
  725. Weekly Museum, Vol XV, Issue 11, p 3 Saturday 12 Mar 1803. On Thursday evening, last week, after a lingering indisposition of two years, which originated from a fevere cold, and was hurried on by parental grief for the loss of her three children within twelve months, Mrs. NORWOOD, wife of Mr. Andrew S. Norwood, of this city, aged 25 years.
  726. Commercial Advertiser Newspaper, 5 Mar 1803, page 3. DIED, on Thursday evening, after a lingering indisposition of two years, which originated in severe cold, and was hurried on by parental grief for the loss of her three children within twelve months, Mrs. Norwood, wife of Mr. Andrew S Norwood, of this city, aged 25 years.
  727. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, FHL Film 17783. Jan 1799
    Norwood 2nd Mary, daughter of Andrew S. Norwood & Abigail Ogilvie, his wife born Nov. 30th 1798.
  728. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, FHL Film 17783. June 1802
    Norwood 6th Mary aged 4 years.
  729. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, FHL Film 17783. March 1800
    Norwood 11th Catharine daughter of Andrew S Norwood & Ogilvie his wife, born Feby 16th 1800.
  730. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, FHL Film 17783. Dec 18th
    Norwood 28th William Barlow, son of Andrew S. Norwood & Abigail Ogilvie his wife born Dec 3rd 1801.
  731. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, 17783. Dec 18th
    Norwood 28th William Barlow, son of Andrew S. Norwood & Abigail Ogilvie his wife born Dec 3rd 1801.
  732. Records of the First Presbyterian Church, NYC, NY, FHL Film 17783. March 1802
    Norwood 17th William B Norwood aged 3 month and 2 wks.
  733. New York Marriages 1600-1800s, 1918 selected extracts page 349. Norwood, Andrew S; Spouse: Ogilvie, Miss Rebecca; Marriage Date: 1803; Location: New York City.
  734. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 140, No 4, Oct 2009, p 305. Weekly Visitor or Ladies' Miscellany, 1803-1804
    Saturday, 24 December 1803
    Thursday evening, Mr. Andrew S. Norwood, merchant, to Rebecca Ogilvie, daughter of Mr. Thomas Ogilvie, all of this city.
  735. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 49, No 4, Oct 1918, p 349. New York Weekly Museum, Vital Statistics:
    Saturday, Dec 24, 1803 - On Wednesday eve., last, by the Rev. Mr. Collier, Mr. Andrew S. Norwood, merchant, to Miss Rebecca Ogilvie, dau. of Mr. Thomas Ogilvie, all of this city.
  736. City Directory - New York, 1810, Pub by David Longworth, p. 86, accessed on fold3. Norwood Andrew S. & Austin, merchant 132 William.
  737. Our Firemen, The History of the NY Fire Departments. Carlisle Norwood, who was president of the Lorillard Fire Insurance Company, was born at the corner of Vesey and Church Streets, New York, on February 12, 1812.
  738. Federal Census, 1820, New York, 1820 Ward 3, NY, NY; Roll: M33_77; Page: 166; Image: 92. Andrew S Norwood - 2 males under 10;
    1 male under 16;
    1 male btn 26 & 45;
    two females under 10;
    3 females btn 26 & 45.
  739. Valentine's Manual of the City of New York, page 223. No. 6 Bond street was the home of one of 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 326) West Fourteenth street.
  740. The History Box, A Historical Tour of Bond Street, A Historical Tour of Bond Street Part II. No. 6 Bond Street
    No. 6 Bond Street was the home of one of old New York's "solid and substantial" citizens, Andrew S. Norwood, merchant, of the firm of Norwood and Austin, 146 Pearl street. He cam to No. 6 from 622 Broadway in 1829 and in 1840 moved to 165 Twelfth street, now 15 East Twelfth street. A few years leater he moved to 199 (now 325) West Fourteenth street. Andrew S. Norwood was one of the jurors at the trial of Samuel G. Ogden in 1806 for complicity in the Miranda filibustering expedition, and in 1806 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 was an enthusiastic member of the old Volunteer Fire Department and joined Engine Company No. 28 when he was eighteen years old. Later he was a member of Engine Company No. 21. In 1836 he organized and was made foreman of Hose Company No. 5, which speedily became recognized as the best disciplined company in the service. Hose Company No. 5 and Hook and Ladder Company No. 6 occupied the ground floor of old Fire-men's Hall, 127 and 129 Mercer street. Among the members of No. 5 were John Watts De Peyster, who became a major-general in the Civil War, and the famous Henry Carroll Marx, better known as "Dandy" Marx. Carlisle Norwood is described as "the very ideal of a fireman; that is, his activity was never surpassed, his perceptions were quick, and his judgment cool, clear, and steady. He believed that the 'post of honor was the post of danger,'and exemplified the truth of the proverb in his own person, sharing in all the exposures and perils incident to the life of a New York fireman. The fact is, his heart was in the business, and it enlisted all his sympathies and awakened all the native energy of his character." He was at one time Fire Warden of the fifteenth Ward, and repeatedly refused to be a candidate for Engineer of the Department. In the '70's he was Vice-President of the St. Nicholas Society, and President of the Eagle Fire Insurance Company. In 1840, when his father went to live at 15 East Twelfth street, Carlisle Norwod went to the southeast corner of Houston and Wooster streets, then 488 Houston street. In 1850 he was deputy register under Cornelius V. Anderson.
    Following the Norwoods, No. 6 Bond street was taken by "the celebrated lawyer, Francis Griffin," who was 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, the writer. He lived at No. 6 Bond street as late as 1850.
  741. City Directory, New York City Directory; pub. Thomas Longworth, 1835, p. 495. Norwood Andrew G 55 Cedar H. 6 Bond
    Norwood Andrew S merchant 6 Bond
    Norwood John L upholsterer 240 Water.
  742. Federal Census, 1830, New York, 1830 Ward 9, NY, NY; Andrew. Andrew Norwood; 2 male btn 15 & 20;
    1 male btn 20 & 30;
    1 male btn 50 & 60;
    2 females btn 10 & 15;
    3 females btn 15 & 20;
    1 female btn 20 & 30;
    1 female btn 50 & 60.
  743. Federal Census, 1840, New York, 1840, Ward 15, NY, NY; Roll: 308; Page: 43. Andrew Norwood;
    1 male btn 4 & 10;
    1 male btn 70 & 80;
    2 females btn 20 & 30;
    2 females btn 30 & 40,
    1 female btn 60 & 70.
  744. The Magazine Antiques. The Andrew Norwood Townhouse, West 14th Street, New York, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has been designated an individual landmark by New York's strict Landmarks Preservation Commission.

    The house was built 1845-1847 for Andrew S. Norwood (1770-1856), a respected figure in New York society and a prominent bond merchant. His firm, Norwood and Austin, loaned money to the federal government during the War of 1812. The Norwood family was among the oldest of the "Knickerbocker" families in the city. Norwood himself was a friend of the marquis de Lafayette.

  745. City Directory - New York, 1846 & 1847, Doggett's, NY, NY, p. 295, accessed on fold3. Norwood Andrew S. 199 W 14th.
  746. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850, Ward 16, Dist 1, NY, NY; Roll: M432_553; Page: 2; Image: 7. Andrew S Norwood, 80, no occupation, $80,000, b. New York;
    Rebecca Norwood, 75, b. NY;
    Jane Norwood, 40, no occupation, b. NY;
    George W Cole, 33, mulatto, servant , b. NJ;
    Rebecca Burger, 45, mulatto, b. New Jersey.
  747. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850, New York Ward 16 Dist 1, NY, NY; Roll: M432_553; Page: 2; Image: 7. Andrew S Norwood, 80, no occupation, $80,000, b. NY; Rebecca Norwood, 75, b. NY; Jane Norwood, 50, b. NY; Geo W Cole, 32, mulatto, servant, b. NJ; Rebecca Burger, 45, mulatto, servant b. NJ.
  748. LDS Church, FamilySearch (AFN:2116-FR2).
  749. St. Nicholas Society Records. Full Name of Wife: Rebecca Ogilvie; b. 20 July 1776, d. 28 July 1853.
  750. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 107, No 4, Oct 1976, p 227. NORWOOD, Andrew S. j. 9 Dec. 1819, conf.; dis. 7 Oct 1830 to Bleeker St. Ch., N.Y.;
    Rebecca, wf. Andrew S. j. 10 Dec 1818, conf.; dis. 7 Oct 1830 to Bleeker St. Ch., N.Y.;
    Emily Christiana, dau. Andrew S. & Rebecca (Ogilvie). b. 23 July 1816; bap. 9 Apr. 1820;
    Emily. j. 13 July 1858, conf.; dropped 8 Nov. 1877;
    Mary. j. 13 July 1858, conf.; dropped 8 Nov. 1877;
    Mrs. Mary Floyd/Lloyd. j. 10 Jan. 1858, l.s.(letter signed by) George Potts, Univ. Pl. Pres.
    Ch., N.Y.; dropped 8 Nov. 1877.
  751. Last Willl and Testament of Andrew Sickles Norwood, Probate - Liber 14, Page 427. Includes original will, codicil, and probate. Will specifically mentions all children of Andrew S. Norwood and Rebecca Ogilvie.
  752. New York Daily Times Newspaper, Page 8, 29 July 1853. On Thursday, July 28, Rebecca, wife of Andrew S. Norwood, in the 78th year of her age.
  753. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. States burial 16 July 1853 - date conflicts with other information.
  754. Norwood Family Bible. Deaths: Rebecca Norwood, July 1, 1853 in New York City.
  755. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 84. Friday, July 29, 1853: Thurs, July 28, Rebecca w of Andrew J Norwood 78y Rev Dr Smith's Church, W 22nd St.
  756. Syracuse Daily Journal, 6 Aug 1853. DIED: In New York, on the 20th ult, Rebecca Jane, mother of the late Alexander H. Norwood, formerly of Skaneteles, in the 78th year of her age.
  757. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. R O Norwood, buried 16 Jul 1853.
  758. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850, Ward 16, Dist 1, NY, NY; Roll: M432_553; Page: 2; Image: 7. Jane Norwood, 40.
  759. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850, Ward 16, Dist 1, NY, NY; Roll: M432_553; Page: 2; Image: 7. Andrew S Norwood, 80, no occupation, $80,000, b. New York; Rebecca Norwood, 75, b. NY; Jane Norwood, 40, no occupation, b. NY; George W Cole, 33, mulatto, servant , b. NJ; Rebecca Burger, 45, mulatto, b. New Jersey.
  760. New York State Census - 1860, 9 W Nye Div 4, page 263, NY 1860.
  761. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Buried 5 Jan 1877.
  762. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Jane S Norwood, Vault 69, buried 5 Jan 1877.
  763. St. Nicholas Society Records. Tobias was married to Christiana Lester the 28th day of October in the year 1767; Mary Norwood being the first child, Andrew, the second, Benjamin the third, Sarah the fourth, John the fifth and Richard the sixth.
  764. Family Records and correspondence, Notarized statement by Margaret Morris Norwood, 20 Apr 1904. BIRTHS: Sarah Norwood the 15th day of December at 10 o'clock PM 1775.
  765. New York Marriages 1600-1800s, 1884, selected extracts page 31. Norwood, Sarah Spouse: Wheaton, William
    Marriage Date: 1794
    Location: New York City
    County: New York.
  766. Valentine's Manual of the City of New York, p 239. 1794 -- Saturday, January 25. Capt William Wheaton and Sally Norwood, both of this city, married Thursday last.
  767. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 15 No. 1, Jan 1884, p. 31. Records of the First and Second Presbyterian Churches; 23 Jan 1794 William Wheaton to Sarah Norwood.
  768. Todd Genealogy, p 37. William Whetten m. Sarah Norwood of New Jersey, a sister of Andrew S. Norwood of New York. Mr. Wm. Whetten d. in 1801, leaving a widow and several children. His widow married after his decease Capt. -----. The names of the children I have been unable to learn, excepting Samuel b. about 1798, d. about 1823.
  769. Federal Census, 1800, New York, 1800, New York Ward 3, NY, NY; Roll: 23; Page: 698; Image: 75. William Wheaton, 1 male under 10, 1 male 25-44, 1 female under 10, 1 female 1-15, 2 females 16-25.
  770. Todd Genealogy, p 37. 10. William, b. June 2, 1756, d. Sept. 1801.
  771. New York Journal Newspaper, 14 Feb 1771, Issue 1467, p. 273, NY, NY. ...Tuesday Morning arrived, the ship Rising Sun, Capt. Anthony Askey, in ?? Days from St. Eustatia.
    Two days before Capt. Askey left Eustatia, arrive a Brig and a Schooner from New-England, and a Sloop, Capt. Wheaton, from New-York, they had all been in bad Weather, the Brig and the Schooner had lost there Fore-masts, and the sloop her Bowsprit. Capt. Wheaton brought in a Molatto Man whom he took from the Wreck of a Bessel foundered at Sea, one of the other Vessels also brought in the Captain and a Foremast Man, whom he took from the Wreck of another foundered Vessel and were all that were saved from these two Vessels, a third Vessel shared the same fate, and every Soul perished. these three foundered Vessels belonged to New-England, but there Names not remembered.
  772. Daily Advertiser, 4 Mar 1786, Vol II, Issue 317, p 2, New York, NY. MIDDLETOWN, Feb 27.
    ...Saw capt. Wheaton, in a brig, 9 days from Surrinam, for Rhode-Island, who inform'd that capt. Riley, in a brig and capt. Burr in a sloop, had arrived there from Hartford.
  773. The Diary or Loudon's Register, 23 May 1793, Issue 399, p 3, New York, NY. MARINE INTELLIGENCE: This morning arrived here the ship Nancy, Captain Wheaton, in 4 months and 15 days from Canton, but last from St. Eustatia.
    Capt. Wheaton, left at the Cape of Good Hope, the ship Mary, Aaron Sheffield, master, upon a whaling voyage had taken 350 blls. of oil, and 4,000lb of bone.
  774. Daily Advertiser, 3 Jul 1793, Vol IX, Issue 2615, p 3, NY, NY. FOR AMSTERDAM, The brig BETSEY,
    William Wheaton, Master,
    For freight or passge, apply to
    Elias Nexsen, No. 8, Burling slip, or the
    master on board, lying at Schermerhorn's
    Wharf.
    Who has for Sale, 300 excellent raw HIDES,
    50 hhds. and 48 barrels SUGAR.
  775. The Diary or Loudon's Register, 5 Jul 1793, Issue 436, p 3, NY, NY. CHARLES NAIRN, At his Store, No. 49, corner of George and William Street,
    Has just received, and not opening for sale, a most elegant assortment of CHINA WARE, which was imported in the Ship Nancy, Capt. Wheaton, consisting of TEA CUPS and SAUCERS, complete TEA SETTS, &c. which he will sell on very reasonable terms by the dozen half dozen or set. July 5.
  776. Daily Advertiser, 12 Aug 1795, Issue 81, p 1, NY, NY. ELIAS NEXSEN, No. 12 Liberty-Street, HAS FOR SALE, FORTY EIGHT boxes --- Hyson Tea of an excellent flavor, imported in the ship Ontario, Capt. Wheaton, from Canton, will be sold the whole together, or by the single chest, as may best suit the purchaser. Also,
    60 fresh slated hides,
    Molasses:
    40 Hogsheads,
    20 Tierces,
    4 Barrels
    New-York, July 23.
  777. Otsego Herald, 18 Jul 1805, Vol XI, Issue 538, Page 2, Cooperstown, NY. ALBANY, July 9
    COMMUNICATION
    William Bouck, who was indicted for the murder of William Wheaton, on the night of the 20th July, 1804, was arraigned and tried upon his indictment, at the Schoharie Circuit, before his honor Mr. Chief Justice Kent, on Thursday, the 27th inst. The rank and respectability of the man, his connections and fortune, together with the circumstances of the case, so tragically represented by babbling rumor, had wound up the public anxiety for this important trial. I do not know if this applies to "my" William Wheaton, but I was fascinated and am including it with this caveat. Really rather doubt it - he spent his life in the New York area or.
  778. Todd Genealogy, p 37. Samuel b. abt 1798, d. abt 1823.
  779. Todd Genealogy, p 37. Mr. Wm. Whetten d. in 1801, leaving a widow and several children. His widow married after his deceased Capt. -------. The names of his children I have been unable to learn excepting Samuel, b. about 1798, d. about 1823.
  780. Otsego Herald, 18 Jul 1805, Vol XI, Issue 538, Page 2, Cooperstown, NY. ALBANY, July 9
    COMMUNICATION
    William Bouck, who was indicted for the murder of William Wheaton, on the night of the 20th July, 1804, was arraigned and tried upon his indictment, at the Schoharie Circuit, before his honor Mr. Chief Justice Kent, on Thursday, the 27th inst. The rank and respectability of the man, his connections and fortune, together with the circumstances of the case, so tragically represented by babbling rumor, had wound up the public anxiety for this important trial.

    Detail comments:
    I do not know if this applies to "my" William Wheaton, but I was fascinated and am including it with this caveat. Really rather doubt it - he spent his life in the New York. If this is "my" William Wheaton, then her remarriage would have occurred after his death in 1804.

  781. New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, Jul 1885 (Vol XVI, No 3, p 140), p. 140. NORWOOD: March 4th. John Rysile, son of Tobias Norwood & Christian Rysile his wife, born Sept. 5th, 1780.
  782. New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, Jul 1885, P 140. Norwood. March 7th. John Rysile, son of Tobias Norwood & Christian Rysile his wife, born Septr 5th, 1780.
  783. Family Records and correspondence, Notarized statement by Margaret Morris Norwood, 20 Apr 1904. BIRTHS: John Norwood the 5th day of September 1780, he has of late put the letter "L" to his name, now John L. Norwood.
  784. New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, Jul 1885, P 140. Norwood. March 7th. John Rysile, son of Tobias Norwood & Christian Rysile his wife, born Septr 5th, 1780 (I believe this is an error of extraction - that the name is actually John Riffle Norwood - and that is the maiden name of his mother.).
  785. New York Gazette and General Advertiser, Vol XVIII, No 5895, 19 Jan 1805. Take Notice. Thomas Harvey and Son inform the public, that they will pay bo debts contracted by their late apprentice John L Norwood, he having run away on the 16th inst. after behaving in a manner inconsistent with integrity to his employers - therefore One cent reward will be paid to any person who will apprehend him. jan 19.
  786. Federal Census, 1810, New York, New York Ward 5, NY; Roll: 32; Page: 249; Image: 144.00. John L Norwood,
    1 male 26-44
    1 female 26-44.
  787. City Directory, Manhattan, NY, 1829-30, p 427. John L Norwood, upholsterer, 240 Water.
  788. City Directory, Longworth's , 1835, p. 495. Norwood Andrew G 55 Cedar H. 6 Bond
    Norwood Andrew S merchant 6 Bond
    Norwood John L upholsterer 240 Water.
  789. City Directory - New York, 1840/41, Pub by Thomas Longworth, New York City, NY, NY, p 476. Norwood John L. upholsterer 240 Water & 26 Carmine.
  790. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 84. Monday, January 21, 1856: Fri Jan 18, John L Norwiid in 78y.
  791. Index to Marriages and Deaths in the NY Herald 1835-1855, Page 548, Phoenix Newspaper. John L Norwood, 19 Jan 1856.
  792. Mercantile Advertiser, 15 May 1819, Issue 8752, p. 2, NY, NY. MARRIED: On Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Milner, Mr John L. Norwood, of this city, to Miss Ann Peirce, daughter of Major Thomas Peirce, of Fishkill.
  793. Federal Census, 1820, New York, New York Ward 2, NY; Roll: M33_77; Page: 98; Image: 57. John L Norwood;
    1 male under 10
    1 male 26-45
    1 female 26-45.
  794. Federal Census, 1830, New York, New York Ward 2, NY; Roll 96; Page: 74. John L Norwood;
    3 males 5-10
    1 male 40-50
    1 female 20-30
    1 female 40-50
    1 female 60-70.
  795. Deed - New York City, NY, NY, liber 286, pages 412-414 NYC Reel #112. Lease agreement for 240 Water St (copy of original in book) executed 16 Feb 1832, recorded 5 Jun 1832.
  796. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 74. Saturday, March 18, 1837: Yesterday, John R, son of John L Norwood in 17th yr 240 Water St.
  797. New York Spectator, 21 Mar 1837, p 2. DIED: This morning, JOHN R, son of John L Norwood, in the 17th year of his age. His uncles, Andrew S Norwood, Oliver Pierce, and Samuel Prince, Esqs., relatives and friends, are respectfully invited, without farther invitation, to attend the funeral from his farther's(sic) residence, on Sunday next, at half past 4 PM, from No. 219 Water st.
  798. Federal Census, 1840, New York, New York Ward 2, NY; Roll: 299; Page: 77. John L Norwood;
    2 males 15-20
    1 male 20-30
    1 male 50-60
    1 female 10-15
    1 female 30-40
    2 females 50-60.
  799. City Directory - New York, 1846, 1847, Pub byDogget's, NY, NY, p. 295, accessed on fold3. Norwood, John L. upholstr'r, 240 Water, h 79 Bleeker .
  800. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850, New York Ward 15 Eastern Half, NY, NY; Roll: M432_552; Page: 162; Image: 330. John Norwood, 60, upholsterer, b. NY
    Ann W., 50, b NY
    William, 25, b. NY
    Thomas, 23, b. NY
    Elizabeth Mason, 32, b. Ireland

    These ages do not compute with known information - however, they may simply be incorrect, because the people definitely fit the family. There is not sufficient additional corroborating or conflicting information to determine accuracy either way.

  801. Federal Census, 1820, New York.
  802. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 74. Saturday, March 18, 1837: Yesterday, John R., son of John L. Norwood in 17th yr. 240 Water St.
  803. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 89. Friday, December 30, 1859: Bklyn, Tues 27th William H s late John L. Norwood 35y 7m.
  804. Index to Marriages and Deaths in the NY Herald 1835-1855, p 548, Phoenix Newspaper. William H Norwood, 29 Dec 1859.
  805. Pension File - Revolutionary War. Cornelia Sickels, born at Walloonsack, Nov 15, 1786, and Christened by Mr Wharford.
  806. Federal Census, 1850, Indiana, 1850, Union Rush, Indiana; Roll: M432_170; Page: 521A; Image: 304. John Arnold, 62, farmer 6,960, b. England;
    Cornelia, 64, b. NY;
    Eliza, 23, b. IN;
    John Sickles, 19, student, b. NY;
    William, 7, b. IA.
  807. Federal Census, 1860, Indiana, 1860, Connersville, Fayette, IN; Roll: M653_256; Page: 677; Image: 677; FHL Film: 803256. John Arnold, 72, farmer, $7,400, $300, b. England;
    Cornelia, 73, b. NY;
    Sarah Noble, 27, Tailoress, b. ME.
  808. National Archives and Records Administration, accessed on fold3; Revolutionary War Pension & Bounty Land Warrant Appl files; NARA M804; Record Group 15. WAR DEPARTMENT; REVOLUTIONARY CLAIM: I certify that in conformity with the law of the United Staes, of the 4th of July 1836, third section, Mary Sickles, deceased, late of the State of New York, widow of Thomas Sickles, who was Assistant Deputy Quarter Master General in the War of the Revolution, was entitled to receive Four Hundred and Eighty Dollars per annum; but she having received only $320 per annum, and died on the 21st of January 1840, the amount due at the first mentioned rate, after deducting all former payments, is payable from the 6th of March 1831 to the day of her death to Cornelia, wife of John Arnold, William Sickles, Eliza, wife of John Williams, Lewis M. Sickles, Richard Sickles and Mary Ann Sickles, children of said deceased. Given at the War Office of the US this ninth day of July one thousand eight hundred and forty two. Secretary of War, Commissioner of Pensions.
  809. Pension File - Revolutionary War. Elizabeth Sickels, born Sept 3d 1791 - Christened by Mr Wharford.
  810. Pension File - Revolutionary War. Elizabeth Sickels, born Sept 3d, 1791 - Christened by Mr Wharford.
  811. Pension File - Revolutionary War. William Sickels, born 20th August, 1795.
  812. History of the Davis Family, p 112.
  813. Dutch Reformed Church Records, Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, NY. records state that William was born 2 Aug 1798 and baptised 27 Dec 1799.
  814. Dutch Reformed Church Records, Schaghticoke, Rensselaer, NY. Sickels, Thomas and Mary Norwood; Joanna; 3 Jun 1797; 27 Dec 1799.
  815. Pension File - Revolutionary War. Joannah Sickels, born June 3, 1797 - Christened by Mr Page, Troy.
  816. Sickels Genealogy, Samford Univ., Page 173. Johannah Sickels (Mrs. Silas Clark, Jr) born at Troy, NY 6-3-1797 baptised 8-2-1798, died at Watertown, NY in 1827, age 30.
  817. 10,000 Vital Records of Eastern New York, 1777-1834, p 161. #553: McKeen, Levi of Poughkeepsie m. 6/10/23 Mary Prince dau. of Samuel of NYC (8-6/18) The Poughkeepsie Journal.
  818. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 116. Samuel, Jr, was a soldier in the War of 1812; was taken prisoner by the British and went tot he Elizabeth, NJ, prison, which was called the "Old Sugar House." He was afterwards exchanged with other prisoners. The Record and Pension Office, War Dept, Washington, DC show that Samuel Prince served as a private in Capt. Earl Fillmore's company, 157th New York Volunteers (with a detachment of the 157th and 131st Regiment New York Volunteers, Lt Col Caleb Clark commanding) War of 1812. His name appears on the records with remarks as follows: Commencement of service, March 10, 1813. Expiration of service, March 25, 1813. Term charged, 16 days." The Records further show that S. Prince, Jr served as a Corporal and a Sergeant in Captain Tunis B Van Brunt's company, Forbes' battalion of artillery, New York, War of 1812. The muster roll from September 2, 1814, to December 3, 1814, bears remarks as follows concerning him: "Commencement of service, September 2, 1814. Expiration of service, December 3, 1814. Term charged, 3 months and 2 days." No further information relative to the service of Samuel Prince has been found of Record. By authority of the Secretary of War.
  819. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850, Peru, Clinton, NY; Roll: M432_489; Page: 158; Image: 353. Samuel Prince, 63, no occupation, b. NY, Insane;
    Hannah, 59, b. VT;
    James, 27, farmer, b. NY;
    George W, 21, farmer, b. NY;
    Kesiah, 15, b. NY.
  820. Federal Census, 1860, New York City, 1860 Beekmantown, Clinton, NY; Roll: M653_735; Pge: 295; Image: 297.
  821. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850, Peru, Clinton, NY; Roll: M432_489; Page: 158; Image: 353.
  822. Federal Census, 1830, New York, 1830, Peru, Clinton, NY; Roll: 85; Pge: 345. 1 male under 5
    2 males 5-10
    1 male 10-15
    1 male 40-50
    2 female 10-15
    1 female 30-40.
  823. Federal Census, 1850, New York.
  824. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850, Peru, Clinton, NY; Roll: M432_489; Page: 158; Image: 353. James, 27, farmer, b. NY.
  825. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850, Peru, Clinton, NY; Roll: M432_489; Page: 158; Image: 353. George W, 21, farmer, b. NY.
  826. 10,000 Vital Records of Eastern New York, 1777-1834, #6997, 204. Prince, Hannah Elizabeth, 11 mo. dau of Samuel, d. 4/1734 in Beekmantown (Clinton Co) (whooping cough) (7-4/26).
  827. 10,000 Vital Records of Eastern New York, 1777-1834, #6997 p. 204. Prince, Hannah Elizabeth, 11 mo. dau of Samuel, d. 4/1734 in Beekmantown (Clinton Co) (whooping cough) (7-4/26).
  828. Federal Census, 1860, New York City, 1850, Peru, Clinton, NY; Roll: M432_489; Page: 158; Image: 353. Kesiah, 15, b. NY.
  829. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p117. Robert, was born Jan 20, 1798; died Nov 22, 1870.
  830. Federal Census, 1860, New York City, 1860, Brooklyn, Ward 2, Dist 2, Kings, NY; Roll: M653_763; Pge: 304; Image: 305. Robert S, 62, paint manufacturer, $12,500, $1,000, b. NY;
    David, 25, bookkeeper, b. NY;
    Robert, 18, clerk, b. NY;
    Mary, 20, b. NY;
    Abraham, 15, b. NY;
    James, 9, b. NY, attending school;
    Antoinette, 14, b. NY, attending school;
    Alfred, 6, b. NY, attending school;
    Mary Murphy, 20, domestic, b. Ireland.
  831. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 117. Robert, was born Jan 20, 1798; died Nov 22, 1870.
  832. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 117. Robert, was born Jan 20, 1798; died Nov 22, 1870; married first, Miss Moore, date unknown;.
  833. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 117. Robert, was born Jan 20, 1798; died Nov 22, 1870; married first, Miss Moore, date unknown; Child by first Wife: Infant, boy, d. young, mother and child dying same time shortly after birth.
  834. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 117. Robert, married first, Miss Moore, date unknown; married second, Oct 12, 1835, Antoinette Cargill, who was Born Oct 18, 1816, and died Nov 1859.
  835. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 117. Robert, was born Jan 20, 1798; died Nov 22, 1870; married first, Miss Moore, date unknown; married second, Oct 12, 1835, Antoinette Cargill, who was Born Oct 18, 1816, and died Nov 1859; married third time, Mary Elizabeth Adams (formerly Cargill), Jan 13, 1862.
  836. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 117. married first, Miss Moore, date unknown; Child by first Wife: Infant boy d. young, mother and child dying same time shortly after birth.
  837. Staten Island, New York Church Records, 1749-1828, Moravian Cemetery, New Dorp, Richmond, Staten Island, NY, p. 233. Name: Samuel Prince
    Death Date: 24 Apr 1854
    Age: 14 y., 5 d.
  838. Staten Island, New York Church Records, 1749-1828, Moravian Cemetery, New Dorp, Richmond, Staten Island, NY, p. 233. Name: Samuel Prince
    Death Date: 24 Apr 1854
    Age: 14 y., 5 d.
  839. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 56. 24 Apr 1854, Samuel s of Robert and Antoinette Prince 14y 5d.
  840. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 118.
  841. The Genealogy of the Prince Family, p 117. Robert married third time, Mary Elizabeth Adams (formerly Cargill), Jan 13, 1862.
  842. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records of Douglass Norwood #583190, NARA. FAMILY RECORD: Alexander Hamilton Norwood was born in the City and State of New York - June 23rd 1806.
  843. US Seamen's Protection Certificates, 1792-1869, p. 236.
  844. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. A H Norwood, Vault 69, buried 28 Apr 1848.
  845. Columban Newspaper, Skaneateles, 4 May 1848. 5/4/1848 Norwood, Alexander H 4/28/1848 Obituary NY.
  846. New York Herald Newspaper, Saturday, 29 April, 1848. SHOT HIMSELF - Coroner Walters was called yesterday to hold an inquest at the Waverly House, corner of 8th Avenue and 14th street, upon the body of Alexander Hamilton Norwood, a native of New York, aged 41 years, who put an end to his existence on Thursday night by blowing his brains out with a large pistol in a vacant lot in 14th street between the 7th and 8th Avenues. From the evidence adduced before the coroner, it appears that the deceased in early life went to sea, and followed a seafaring life until 1831. In 1834 his father purchased a small farm for him in the country, upon which he resided for several years, during which period the deceased got into some difficulty with his neighbors, engaged in lawsuits, and finally the farm was sold. After which, the deceased embarked in no regular business. A short time since, he took up his quarters in the Sailor's Snug Harbor, where he remained for several months. On Thursday evening, the deceased called at the residence of his father, and stated that he had been advised to call upon the latter , and see if something could not be done for him, also that he had been living at the Snug Harbor, where the chaplain had preached a sermon directly aimed at him, for which he was going to call him to an account, and while walking towards the 7th avenue with his father, he showed the latter a piston, said it was loaded, and that neither he nor his father would live long, from which observation the latter came to the conclusion that his son intended to take his life; but in the course of a few seconds, a policeman appeared, when the deceased fled, and the officer on being informed that he contemplated committing suicide, pursued the deceased. Mr. Norwood, senior, after waiting some time to see the officer again, returned to his residence, and observed the deceased standing near it, with something supposed to be the pistol under his arm and on being spoken to, charged his father with intending to take him to the lunatic Asylum. The deceased again ran off, and shortly afterwards the report of a pistol was heard; and yesterday morning the body of the deceased was found with his skull split and a portion of the brains scattered around the spot where deceased lay, and the pistol a shot distance off. Verdict, death by suicide, by shooting himself with a pistol, while laboring under a depressed state of mind.
  847. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. A H Norwood, Vault 69; Interment 29 Apr 1848.
  848. Findagrave.com, Memorial #78206006. Alexander Hamilton Norwood, b. unk, d. Apr. 1848, interred 29 Apr 1848.
  849. New York Marriage Notices, 1800 - 55. Alexander H Norwood m. Abigail Douglass in Skaneateles, NY 19 Mar 1835.
  850. Columban Newspaper, Skaneateles, Pub 3/25 and 26/1835. 3/25/1835: Norwood, Alexander m. Douglass, Abigale 3/19/1835
    3/26/1835: Norwood, Alexander m. Douglass, Abigail 3/19/1835.
  851. Douglass Family Bible. Alexander Hamilton Norwood & Abigail Douglass -- were married at Skaneateles, New York March 19, 1835.
  852. Federal Census, 1840, New York, 1840; , Onondaga, New York; roll: 318; Page: 287. Alexander H Norwood; 1 male under 5; 1 male bwtn 30 & 40; 1 female under 5; 1 female bwtn 10 & 15; 1 female bwtn 20 & 30.
  853. Alexander H Norwood Genealogy. Abigail Douglass his Wife - was born in the State of Vermont - June 19th 1811.
  854. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records of Douglass Norwood, #583190, NARA. Abigail Douglass, his wife, was born in the State of Vermont June 19th 1811.
  855. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850 Skaneateles, Onondaga, NY, Roll: M432_568; Page: 436B; Image: 356. Archibald Douglass, 66, Carpenter, $3,500, b. NY;
    Sarah, 63, b. NY;
    Abagail, 38, b. NY;
    Sarah, 31, b. NY;
    Eliza, 28, b. NY;
    Matilda, 19, b. NY;
    Jane, 14, b. NY;
    Douglass Norwood, 13, b. NY;
    William Douglass, 22, no occupation, b. NY.
  856. New York State Census - 1855, Family #115, Dwelling #116. Archabld Duglas, 71, b. Rennsalaer Co, married 34 years, 39 years a resident of Skaneateles, machine maker;
    Sally Duglas, 66, wife, b. Washington Co, married 34 years, 39 years a resident of Skaneateles;
    Abigal Norwood, 39, child, b. Vermont Co, widowed, 39 years a resident of Skanteales;
    Sarah Duglas, 35, child, b. Onondaga Co, unmarried, 35 years a resident;
    Eliza Duglas, 31, child, b. Onondaga Co, unmarried, 30 years a resident;
    Matilda Duglas, 23, child, b. Onondaga Co, unmarried, 23 years a resident;
    Jane Norwood, 18, grandchild, b. Onondaga Co, 18 years a resident.
  857. Federal Census, 1860, New York City, 1860 Ellisburg, Jefferson, NY; Roll: M653_761; Page: 43; Image: 44; FHL Film: 803761. S J Pratt, 28, lawyer, no real estate, $500 personal worth, b. NY;
    Rebecca, 24, b. NY;
    Mrs. Norwood, 48, b. NY.
  858. Federal Census, 1870, Iowa, 1870, 13th Ward, Ft Madison, Lee, IA, Roll: M593_403; Page: 92B; Image: 190; FHL Film: 545902. Pratt, Rebecca J N, 33, keeping house, $2,000, $400, b. NY
    Talmadge N, 10, at home, b. NY, attending school;
    Nellie D, 8, b. NY;
    Norwood Abigal, b. 61, Assist in keeping house, b. NY.
  859. Federal Census, 1880, Iowa, 1880, Ft Madison, Lee, IA, Roll: T9_350; FHFilm: 1254350; Page: 184.4000; ED: 14; Image: 0050. Pratt, Rebeca, 43, married, keeping house, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Pratt, Norwood, 20, son, single, news dealer, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Pratt Nellie, 18, single, at home, attending school, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Pratt Clarence, 6, son, single, attending school, b. IA, both parents b. NY;
    Pratt, Abigal, 67, mother, widowed, boarding, b. VT, father b. VT, mother b. NY.
  860. Federal Mortality Schedule, Iowa, 1870, 3rd Ward, Ft Madison, Lee, IA; Roll: A1156_57; Page: 565; Line #9. Abigail R Norwood, female, white, married, b. NY, age 28 (est birth year 1842), month of death: July; cause of death: consumption; place of death: 3rd Ward, Fort Madison, Lee, IA.
  861. Douglass Family Bible. Abigail Douglass Norwood died in Fort Madson, iowa, April 5th 1890 - aged 78 years.
  862. Columban Newspaper, Skaneateles, Issue - 4/19/1890. Norwood, Abigail d. 4/5/1890 - Fort Madison, IA.
  863. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Buried 29 April 1869.
  864. New York Times Newpaper, 2 Aug 1875, P 5. DIED: JUNG - On Sunday, Aug. 1, at the residence of her son, Charles T. Jung, CATHARINE NORWOOD, wife of Theobald C. Jung, in the 68th of her age.
    Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral at her late residence, No. 359 Gates av., Brooklyn, Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 3, at 3 o'clock. Her remains will be interred in the Marble Cemetery, 2d st., near 2d av., New-York.
  865. New York Herald-Tribune, August 3, 1875, p 5, col 6. JUNG - On Sunday, August 1, at the residence of her son, Chas. T. Jung, Catherine Norwood, wife of Theobald C. Jung, in the 68th year of her age.
    Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral at her late residence, No. 359 Gates ave., Brooklyn, Tuesday afternoon, August 3, at 3 o'clock. Her remains will be interred in the Marble Cemetery, Second st., near Second ave., New-York.
  866. New York Times Newspaper, 3 Aug 1875, P 5. DIED: JUNG - On Sunday, Aug. 1, at the residence of her son, Charles T. Jung, CATHARINE NORWOOD, wife of Theobald C. Jung, in the 68th year of her age.
    Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral at her late residence, No 350 Gates Ave, Brooklyn, Tuesday afternoon, Aug 3, at 3 o'clock. Her remains will be interred in the Marble Cemetery, 2d st, near 2d av., New York.
  867. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Catharine N Jung, buried 29 April 1869.
  868. New York Herald-Tribune, Aug 3, 1875, p 5 col. 6. JUNG - On Sunday, August 1, at the residence of her son, Chas. T. Jung, Catherine Norwood, wife of Theobald C. Jung, in the 68th year of her age.
  869. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850 Brooklyn Ward 3, NY; Roll: M432_517; Pge: 275; Image: 554. Theobald Jung, 47, Merchant, b. Germany; Catharine, 42, b. NY; Chas T, 16, attending school, b. NY; Andrew N, 15, attending school, b. NY; Ogden, 13, attending school, NY; William, 9, b. NY; Gertrude, 6, b. NY; Carl Alemand, 21 teacher, b. Germany; Margaret Coyle, 21, b. Ireland; Catharine Creighton, 21, b. Ireland.
  870. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850 Brooklyn Ward 3, NY; Roll: M432_517; Pge: 275; Image: 554. Theobald Jung, 47, Merchant, b. Germany; Catharine, 42, b. NY; Chas T, 16, attending school, b. NY; Andrew N, 15, attending school, b. NY; Ogden, 13, attending school, NY; William, 9, b. NY; Gertrude, 6, b. NY; Carl Alemand, 21 teacher, b. Germany; Margaret Coyle, 21, b. Ireland; Catharine Creighton, 21, b. Ireland.
  871. Index to Petitions for Naturalization filed in NYC, 1792-1989, Vol 4, record #152. Theobald Jung, Merchant, Prussian, affadavit provided by Francis T Berier, Teacher, NYC.
  872. National Archives and Records Administration, M1362, Passport Applications 1795-1905; Roll: 0001; Vol 3; 1831. To the Honorable J C Calhoun, Secretary of State of the United States
    (Sent to Collr N Youk Mr B informer)
    Sir,
    The undersigned begs leave to address your Excellency in behalf of Theobald Jung, who solicited the appointment as Consul or vice Consul to Bohemia.
    Th. Jung left for Europe on the 16th inst and in hopes of your thinking favorable of his qualifications and your being impressed with the advantages our country might derive by creating a consulate for the kingdom of Bohemia, he did not take out with him any passport, but requested me his partner, to have the papers forwarded by next steamer or in case of your denial, his passport for which he prayed your Excellency.
    In consideration of the circumstances above stated I beg to add, that Mr. Jung's travellin in Europe might involve him in innumerable difficulties, having no passport, and I therefore most urgently pray your Excellency - if you should not judge proper to bestowing it by -?- the office applied for - to have a passport made out and forwarded to me as soon as possible; by complying with my wishes you will confer a lasting favor on T. Jung as well as on all his friends.
    I avail myself of this opportunity to assure your Excellency of my highest respect & devotion remaining
    your obt servt
    John B Behrman
    71 Liberty street
    New York 22d May 1844.
  873. New York Genealogical Records, 1675-1920, Doggetts Directory of NY, 1850, p 232. Doggett's New York City Directory, 1849-1850, John Doggett, Jr & Co, NY, NY, 1850 p 232

    Theobald C Jung, lived in 1850 in New York City, NY, NY, was an importer.

  874. New York Daily Times Newspaper, 7 May 1858, p 7. SUPREME COURT - Francis E. Berger, Executor, and Mary B. Ray Executrix of &c. of Sarah L. Boggs, deceased agains Jerome Finch, Garnett B. Adrain...and Theobald C. Jung.
    Summons - You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, of which a copy, if demanded, will be served upon you, and serve a coy of your answer on us, at our office. No. 52 Wall-street, in the City of New-York, within twenty days after served hereof; and if you fail to answer the complaint as aforesaid, the plaintiffs will apply to this Court for the relief demanded in the complaint. The complaint will be filed in the office of the Clerk of the County of New-York - Dated New-York, April 28, 1858
    BETTS, ROBINSON & BETTS, Plaintiffs Attorneys, No. 52 Wall-street, New-York, to the parties defendants.
  875. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Buried 15 May 1879.
  876. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, Issue dated Monday, May 12, 1879. May 12, Theobald C Jung 77y Marble Cemetery NYC.
  877. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Theobold C Jung, buried 15 May 1879.
  878. Federal Census, 1880, New York. Carlisle Norwood was listed as the President of the Fire Insurance Company.
  879. Federal Census, 1880, New York.
  880. Federal Census, 1850, New York, M432_553, Page 252.
  881. Federal Census, 1850, New York, Roll M432_553, Page 252. New York Ward 16 Dist 2, NY, NY.
  882. Federal Census, 1850, New York, Roll: M432_553; Page:252; Image: 507.
  883. St. Nicholas Society Records. Name of Member in Full: Carlisle Norwood; Date of Birth: February 12, 1812.
  884. Our Firemen, The History of the NY Fire Departments. Carlisle Norwood, who was preseident of the Lorillard Fire Insurance Company, was born at the corner of Vesey and Church Streets, New Yor, on February 12, 1812.
  885. Bonner, History & Biographical Record of Lenawee County, MI, . p. 283: Carlisle Norwood was born in the City of New York, February 12th, 1812. His father, Andrew S. Norwood, was born September 11th, 1770.
  886. New York Herald Newspaper, 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.
  887. History of the New York Fire Dept., Ch 37, part 2, pp 31-40. http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ny/state/fire/31-40/ch37pt2.html:
    On Oct 3, 1836, they met at the house of George Woodredge in Chambers St, and elected the following officers: Carlisle Norwood, foreman, Augustus W Vanpell, assistant, and Richard K Anthony, secretary and treasurer.

    http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ny/state/fire/31-40/ch37pt3.html:
    On May 6, 1839, Mr. Norwood was unanimously re-elected oreman, making the fourth time, and Mr. Anthony re-elected assitant.

    On Sept 21, 1840 Messrs. Norwood and Winthrop and eight others resigned from the comapny, which tereupon, after passing a vote of thanks to the officers for the faithful discharge of their duties, ...

  888. City Directory - New York, 1840/41, Pub by Thomas Longworth, New York City, NY, NY, p 476, accessed on fold3. Norwood Carlisle, 44 Wall h. 488 Houstoun.
  889. Jeff Betz, Lt, Adrian Fire Dept, Adrian, Lewanee, MI. First Chief of Department - Designated as Chief Engineer, of volunteer department. Carlisle Norwood, was the first Chief, elected by the common council of Adrian on January 18, 1842. He held that position until October 4, 1847, when he resigned. Mr. Norwood's resignation was effective on the 13th. He had chosen to return to his home state of New York. "Mr. Norwood left behind him many warm friends in Adreian, and to him, more than any other person living, Adrian is indebted for one of the best fire departments in the state of Michigan, of which he was once a member." "Upon his resignation the council unanimously passed resolutions highly complimentary to Mr. Norwood as Chief Engineer of the department and as a fine gentleman." (Information from history and genalogy of Lewanee County @ Lewanee County Library.
  890. Jeff Betz, Lt, Adrian Fire Dept, Adrian, Lewanee, MI. Jan 1842, Carlisle Norwood was elected Chief, Adrian Fire Dept, Adrian, Lewanee, MI.
  891. Jeff Betz, Lt, Adrian Fire Dept, Adrian, Lewanee, MI. He held that position (Chief, Adrian Fire Department) until Oct 4, 1847, when he resigned...He had chosen to return to his home state of New York.
  892. New York Times Newspaper, 5 Feb 1853. Office of the Lorillard Fire Insurance Company - The board of Directors of this Company have this day declared a semi-annual dividend of five per cent..payable on and after the 10th inst. The transfer books will be closed until that time. Carlisle Norwood, Secretary.
  893. City Directory - New York, 1857 p 622. Norwood, Carlisle, sec. 61 Chambers & 63 Wall, h 251 W 19th.
  894. City Directory - New York, 1857 appendix - p 19. LORILLARD, 61 Chambers & 68 Wall: - Cornelius V Anderson, Pres; Washington Smith, V Pres; Carlisle Norwood, Sec. Directors: Cornelius V Anderson, Nathaniel P Bailey, James M Benedict, W S Duke, Lawrence Turnure, William Schall, George A Buckingham, Theobald C Jung, Zophar Mills, Adam P Pentz, John J Serrell, Nahum Sullivan, William Adams, Thomas M Beare, Wyllis Blacksonte, Ezra P Davis Thomas Thomas, John A Harriott, Eli Kelley, Andrew G Norwood, Amedee O Fargis, Washington Smith, Norman Boardman, George W Littell, Robert S Barnes. Capital, $200,000; Par, $25. Dividends Feb and Aug.
  895. City Directory, p. 542. Norwood, Carlisle, pres. 31 Wall, h Sing Sing.
  896. St. Nicholas Society Records. Carlisle Norwood b. Feb 12, 1912, elected Nov 29, 1859, died 13 Jan 1892.
  897. City Directory, p. 654. Norwood, Carlisle, pres. 104 B'way, h Sing Sing.
  898. Sag Harbor Long Island Corrector, P. 4. ECONOMY; SECURITY; LORILLARD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK; No. 104 BROADWAY.
    Cash Capital - $500,000
    Profits annually divided, 75 per cent to the dealers.
    This company divides three-quarters of the net profits to the policy holders, in script, bearing interest, with any liability to the insured.
    This Company Funds its surplus, instead of dividing it to the Stockholders, thereby giving its policy holders greater security, and at the same time cheaper insurance than any other.
    CARLISLE NORWOOD, Pres't
    JOHN C MILLS, Sec'y
    G A GARINER, Agent, Sag-Harbor, L. I.
  899. New York Times Newspaper, 14 Feb 1872, p 8. The trustees of the New-York Department of the Life Association of America yesterday elected the following directors: Geo. T Hope, Chas. L Hallgarten, Fred. Mead, Thos. L. Smull, Nathaniel L. McCready, Jenkins Van Schaik, Geo. W. Savage, Adolph W Engler, Jas. M. Motley, Carlisle Norwood, Edward A Stansbury, Carl L Recknagel and James H Coghill.
  900. Trustees of the Bank for Savings New York City - 1819. Norwood, Carlisle - Elected: 1876; died in office - 1892.
  901. New York Times Newspaper, 15 Dec 1883. A FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY RETIRES; The Lorillard Fire Insurance Company reinsured all of its outstanding risks in the Guardian Insurance Company of London, and retired from business yesterday. About 33 year ago the Lorillard was organized, chiefly through the efforts of Carlisle Norwood, who became its President; but in 1871 it went down in the Chicago fire. Before the close of that year, however, the company was reorganized, with a capital of $300,000, and Mr. Norwood was again at the helm. For the past few years the Lorillard suffered, with many companies of its class, from low rates and high commissions, and during this time it was frequently hinted that its directors were inclined to close up the business. Mr. Norwood said yesterday that the outlook in the business was so discouraging that the Directors and himself decided to dissolve the company. The recent failure to regulate and fix the rate of brokerage was, Mr Norwood said, a substantial reason for the company's withdrawal while it was yet in a position to provide adequate security for its policy-holders through re-insurance and take care of the interests of its stockholders. The Lorillard's income last year amounted to $152,948 and its expenditures to $163, 618, the net surplus at the close of the year being $14,722.
  902. Last Will & Testament - Carlisle Norwood - Draft.
  903. St. Nicholas Society Records. Carlisle Norwood of New York City at time of his decease resided at No. 121 West 42nd St.
  904. New York City Deaths, 1892-1902 Record, http://italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp. Manhattan, NY Death Certificate Number 1846, dod: 13 Jan 1892.
  905. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Buried 16 Jan 1892.
  906. Obituary, New York Times, 14 Jan 1892. OBITUARY: CARLISLE NORWOOD. Carlisle Norwood died at his residence, 121 W 42nd St, yesterday morning. He was in his eightieth year. He was a son of Andrew Sickles Norwood, who was one of the originators and owners of the second line of packet ships between New York and Havre and a prominent merchant of his day, his firm being styled Norwood & Austin.
    Carlisle Norwood was Born Feb 12, 1812, at the corner of Church and Vosey Streets, then a residence neighborhood. When fourteen years old he was sent to Paris to be educated. While in France he was a frequent visitor at La Grange, the home of Gen. Lafayette, who had long been a friend of his father.
    Mr. Norwood was an active member of the old volunteer Fire Department, and was largely instrumental in having the paid Fire Department established in 1865. He was for many years President of the Lorillard Fire Insurance Comapny, but of late years he had done no active business. He was a Trustee in the Bleecker Street Savings Bank and the Manhattan Life Insurance Company, and was a member of the St Nicholas Society. He married a daughter of Lewis Willcocks, whom he survived only four months. They had five children, who are all living, Margaret Morris Norwood, Carlisle Norwood, Jr, Mrs L Bayard Smith, Kate Norwood, and Lewis Morris Norwood.
    Mr Norwood was a man of great integrity and strong patriotic sentiments. Of particularly genial dispoistion and courteous manner, he had a host of friends. As an old Knickerbocker, he delighted in recalling events and incidents relating to the history of the City of New York, and the lives of those citizens who by their public spirit and enterprise have contrributed to its prosperity and welfare.
    The funeral services will be held Saturday morning at the Church of the Incarnation, of which Mr Norwood was for many years a Verstryman. The interment will be in the family vault in the old Marble Cemeter, on Second Street.
  907. New York Herald Newspaper, P. 10, 14 Jan 1892. 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 this 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.
  908. Baltimore Sun, P 1 Supplement, 15 Jan 1892. Carlisle Norwood, who died at his home No. 121 W forty-second street, yesterday morning. In the eightieth year of his age, survived his wife but a short time, Mrs. Norwood having died about four months ago. He was a son of the late Andrew Sickles Norwood, who was one of the originators and owners of the second line or packet ships between New York and Havre, and a prominent merchant in this city, of the firm of Norwood & Austin; for many years was president of the Lorillard Fire Insurance Company, but of late years had not been engaged in business. As an old Knickerbocker, he delighted ih=n hearing or in recalling incidents relating to the history of the city of New York, and the lives of those citizens who, by their public spirit and enterprise, have contributed to its commercial and financial prosperity. Mr. Norwood was a trustee of the Bleecker Street Savings Bank, the Manhattan Life Insurance Company and a member of St. Nicholas Society. He married a daughter of the late Lewis Wilcocks, of this city, and leaves five children, Margaret Morris, Carlisle, Jr., Mrs. L Bayard Smith, Kate and Lewis Morris.
  909. New York Herald-Tribune, 14 Jan 1892, p 7. OBITUARY: CARLISLE NORWOOD, who died at his home, No. 121 West Forty-second-st., yesterday morning, in the eightieth year of his age, survived his wife but a short time ago. He was the son of the late Andrew Sickles Norwood, who was one of the originators and owners of the second line of packet ships between New-York and Havre, and a prominent merchant of this city, of the firm of Norwood & Austin.
    Carlisle Norwood was born February 12, 1812, at Vesey and Church sts., in this city. At the age of fourteen 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. He was a man of sterling integrity, great force of character and strong patriotic feeling, while his genial disposition and courteous manner drew toward him a host of friends. As an old Knickerbocker, he delighted in hearing or in recalling incidents rlating to the history of the city of New-York, and the lives of those citizens who, by their public spirit and enterprise, have contributed to its commercial and financial prosperity.
    Mr. Norwood was a trustee in the Bleecker(sic) Street Savings Bank, the Manhattan Life Insurance Company, and was a member of the St. Nicholas Society. He married a daughter of the late Lewis Wilcocks, of this city, and leaves five children, Margaret Morris, Carlisle, Jr., Mrs. L. Bayard Smith, Kate and Lewis Morris. The funeral will take place on Saturday morning from the Church of the Incarnation, of which Mr. Norwood had been a vestryman for many years. The burial will be in the family vault in the Marble Cemetery in Second-st.
  910. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Carlisle Norwood buried 16 Jan 1892.
  911. Obituary, New York Times, 14 Jan 1892. ...He married a daughter of Lewis Willcocks, whom he survived only four months...
  912. St. Nicholas Society Records. Carlisle Norwood, married April 30th, 1842 to Louisa Josephine Willcocks.
  913. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850 NY Ward 16 Dest 2; Roll: M432_553; Page: 252; Image: 507. Carlisle, 38, Deputy Register, b. NY; Louisa J, 32, b. NY; Margaret M, 7, attended school, b. NY; Carlisle, 4, b. NY; Louisa J, 2, b. NY; Catharine, 2 mos, b. NY; Eliza Carrol, 23, cannot read or write, b. Ireland; Ellen Mead, 19, b. Ireland.
  914. City Directory - New York, 1856, Pub by John F Trow, p. 625, accessed on fold3. Norwood Carlisle, sec. 61 Chambers, h. 265 W. 19th.
  915. City Directory, New York City Directory, 1859, p. 542. Norwood, Carlisle, pres. 31 Wall, h Sing Sing.
  916. Federal Census, 1860, New York City, 1860, Ossining, Westchester, NY; Roll: M653_880; Page: 8; Image: 13; FHLFilm: 803880. Carlisle (Crlille) Norwood, 46, president Insurance Co, b. NY;
    Louisa S, 40, b. NY;
    Margaret, 16, attending school, b. NY;
    Carlisle, 14, attending school, b. NY;
    Louise, 12, attending school, b. NY;
    Catharine, 9, attending school, b. NY;
    Lewis, 7, b. NY;
    Francis Murrins, 25, coachman, $1,400, b. Canada;
    Ann Kerr, 19, servant, b. Ireland;
    Ellen, Cley, 28, servant, b. Ireland.
  917. City Directory, New York City Directory, p 654. Norwood, Carlisle, pres. 104 B'way, h Sing Sing.
  918. Federal Census, 1880, New York, 1880, Manhattan, NY, NY; Roll: T9_894; Family History Film: 1254894; Page: 127.2000; Enumeration Dist 568; Image: 0249. Carlisle, 68, pres Fire Ins Co, Louisa J, 60, keeping house; Margaret M, 30, at ahome, Lewis M, 25, lawyer; Kate Palmer, 35, b. Ireland; Kate Coyle, 20, b. Ireland; Mary Casey, 30, b. Ireland.
  919. Federal Census, 1850, New York, Roll: M432_553; Page: 252; Image: 507.
  920. New York Times Newspaper, 5 Sept 1891. NORWOOD - At Cranston's, West Point, on Tuesday, Sept 1, in the 75th year of her age. Louisa J. , wife of Carlisle Norwood and daughter of the late Lewis Willcocks of New York City. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral at her late residence, No 121 W 42d St., on Thursday, Sept. 3, at 3:30 o'clock. Please omit flowers.
  921. St. Nicholas Society Records. Louisa Josephine Willcocks, wife of Carlisle Norwood, born Sept. 15th, 1816.
  922. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Buried 2 Sept 1891.
  923. St. Nicholas Society Records. Louisa Josephine Willcocks, wife of Carlisle Norwood, died Sept. 1st, 1891.
  924. New York Herald Newspaper, Sat 5 Sept 1891, Issue 248, p 10. Louisa J. Norwood, wife of Carlisle Norwood and daughter of the late Lewis Willcocks, formerly of this city, who died of old age on Tuesday, at Cranston's, West Point, and was buried on Thursday, was born in New York city in 1816. She was a grand-daughter of Major William Willcocks, and also a lineal descendant of Lewis Morris, first Colonial Governor of New Jersey. Her husband and five children survive her.
  925. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69.
  926. Federal Census, 1900, New York. Federal Census, 1900, New York. All three of Carlisle's children are living together in 1900 in NYC. None have married.
  927. Federal Census, 1900, New York, 1900 Manhattan, NY; Roll T623 116; Page: 3B; Enum Dist: 789. Margit, 55, b. Sept 1844.
  928. Family Records and correspondence, Notarized statement by Margaret Morris Norwood, 20 Apr 1904. MARGARET MORRIS NORWOOD being duly sworn, says: That Deponent resides at No. 50 East 51st Street in the Borough of Manhattan and is a daughter and the eldest child of Carlisle Norwood who was born in the City of New York, February 12th, 1812, and his wife Louisa Josephine Norwood whose maiden name was Louisa Josephine Willcocks;...
  929. Real Estate Record and Builder's Guide, p 64. BOROUGH OF THE BRONX, 23d and 24th Wards: Norwood, Margaret M to Lewis M Norwood, Washington av, No 1738.........$2,515.
  930. Federal Census, 1900, New York, 1900 Manhattan, NY; Roll T623 116; Page: 3B; Enum Dist: 789. Margit, 55, b. Sept 1844, single, retired, own, free, house; Catherine, 48, b. Jun 1857; Lewis M, 47, b. Feb 1853, loan broker; Annie McDonnell, 29, servant, Ireland; 5 yrs in US; Annie Fitzpatrick, 46, Ireland, 25 yrs in US.
  931. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Buried 23 Oct 1918.
  932. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 50, No 2, Apr 1919, p 184. Miss Margaret Morris Norwood, Life Member - Necrology list for 1918-1919.
  933. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Margaret Norwood buried 23 Oct 1918.
  934. Federal Census, 1900, New York.
  935. Federal Census, 1900, New York, 1900 Manhattan, NY; Roll T623 116; Page: 3B; Enum Dist: 789. Catherine, 48, b. Jun 1857.
  936. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Buried 29 Jan 1927.
  937. Death Certificate, http://italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp. Manhattan, NY Death Certificate 2561; dod: 27 Jan 1927.
  938. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Catherine Norwood buried 29 Jan 1927.
  939. Federal Census, 1900, New York, 1900 Manhattan, NY; Roll T623 116; Page: 3B; Enum Dist: 789. Lewis M, brother, 47,b. Feb 1853.
  940. St. Nicholas Society Records. Lewis Morris Norwood was born in New York on the sixteenth day of February 1853.
  941. St. Nicholas Society Records. St Nicholas Society Genealogical Record, Vol III, 1905.
  942. Federal Census, 1930, New Jersey, 1930, Roseland, Essex, NJ; Roll: 1343: Page: 10A; Enum Dist: 599; Image: 818.0. Lewis Norwood, 77, patient.
  943. New York Times Newpaper, May 1, 1861. Donation from A G Norwood Co. of $25 to a list for the purpose of providing uniforns and equipment for the Zouave Regiment of Bremen.
  944. Death Certificate, New York City, NY.
  945. Norwood Family Bible. Births: Andrew Gustavus Norwood, son of Andrew S and Rebecca Norwood born in New York City about 1813.
  946. City Directory, Longworth's , 1835, pp. 495 & 552. Richards & Norwood, importers 55 Cedar
    Richards, Edward C 55 Cedar
    Norwood, Andrew G. 55 Cedar h. 6 Bond
    Norwood, Andrew S. merchant 6 Bond.
  947. New York Spectator, Vol XXXVIII, Issue 46, p 3 - Monday, August 10, 1835. Police Office, Aug. 7th.; OBTAINING GOODS UNDER FALSE PRETENSES. - Walter Field, who kept a store at the corner of Chatham and Mulberry streets, was taken into custody on Thursday, charged with obtaining goods under false pretences from the firm of Richards & Norwood, of this city. It appeared that the prisoner called on Mr. Richards in the month of April last, and represented himself to have a capital of 2,000; that he owed no debts except one to Mr. Bloomer of this city, from whom he purchased his store, and a few trifling debts to some other persons. Under these representations he at that time obtained cloths to the amount of $172 at four months credit. In a few days after he came again to Mr. Richards, and got him to accompany him to his store in Chatham street, where he exhibited his books to Mr. Richards, and made it appear that he was worth 2,200. He then obtained from Richards & Norwood another lot of cloths to the amount of $273, payable as the former at four months. About the middle of June, Field stopped payment and when Mr. Richards called on him to know the cause the prisoner informed him that he owed $40,000, in Canada, where he failed and made an assignment of him property, but was not discharged from his creditors, and that he was now determined not to pay a cent to any one until he was discharged from his creditors both here and in Canada. On farther examination it turned out the when the prisoner came to this city he was not worth one cent. He was committed. Journal of Commerce.
  948. City Directory, Longworth's , 1835, pp. 495 & 552. Norwood Andrew G 55 Cedar H. 6 Bond
    Norwood Andrew S merchant 6 Bond
    Norwood John L upholsterer 240 Water.
  949. History of the New York Fire Dept., http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ny/state/fire/31-40/ch37pt2.html. Hose Company No. 5 - New York - was organized March 20, 1833 and disbanded 12 Sept 1836 - On Sept 26, 1836, three days after the disbanding of the company of the same name and number, another was organized by the following: TC Sherman, Chas. E. Wardell, Carlisle Norwood, AW Vanpell, John S Winthrop, William H Townsend, A. G. Norwood, Richard K Anthony, Charles C Walden, F W Macy, Charles P Williams, Richard Williams, James Daily, Wm. H Hays, and Eccles Gillender. On October 3, they met at the house of George Wooddredge in Chambers Street, and elected the following officers: Carlisle Norwood, foreman....
  950. New Orleans Times-Picayune, 10 Jan 1840, p 2. ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS -
    Jan. 8 - City Hotel: ...A. G. Norwood...
  951. City Directory. Richards & Norwood, importers 55 Cedar
    Richards, Edward C 55 Cedar
    Norwood, Andrew G. 55 Cedar h. 6 Bond
    Norwood, Andrew S. merchant 6 Bond.
  952. New York Spectator, P. 4. APPLICANTS IN BANKRUPTCY; SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK;
    ...Norwood, Andrew G - New York, declared bankrupt, April 26, 1842.
  953. Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 24 Aug 1842, p. 3. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT, City Hall, New York.
    IN BANKRUPTCY - NOTICE to show cause against Petition of
    WILLIAM HENRY LE ROY, of Flatbush, Kings County, New York, and as one of the late firms of Le Roy & Co., of New York, and A. G. Norwood & Co., of New Orleans, to be declared Bankrupt, Thursday, September 15, 1842, 11 AM.
  954. Evening Post, 21 Mar 1842, Vol XL, p 3. BANKRUPT NOTICES: ANDREW B. NORWOOD, of the city of New York, Broker, to be declared Bankrupt, Tuesday, April 19, 1842, 10 A. M.
  955. City Directory, p. 32. Norwood & Robinson (Andrew G Norwood & Elisha D. Robinson) 4 Hanover.
  956. City Directory, p. 32. Norwood & Robinson (Andrew G Norwood & Elisha D Robinson) 4 Hanover.
  957. City Directory - New York, 1846 & 1847, Doggett's, NY, NY, p. 295, accessed on fold3. Norwood, Andrew G. brokr. 4 Hanover, h. 133 Eleventh.
  958. New York Genealogical Records, 1675-1920. Doggett's New York City Directory, 1849-1850, John Doggett, Jr & Co publisher, NY, NY 1850, p. 318

    Andrew G Norwood, lived in New York City, NY, NY; broker.

  959. New York Herald Newspaper, P 6, 6 Oct 1856. COPARTNERSHIP. -- THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE this day formed a copartnership under the firm of A G Norwood & Co., for the transaction of the general stock commission business at the office No. 22 Jones Building, 60 Wall street. ANDREW G NORWOOD, FRANCIS A McGRATH New York, Oct. 6, 1856.
  960. City Directory - New York, 1857 - appendix - p 19. LORILLARD, 61 Chambers & 68 Wall: - Cornelius V Anderson, Pres; Washington Smith, V Pres; Carlisle Norwood, Sec. Directors: Cornelius V Anderson, Nathaniel P Bailey, James M Benedict, W S Duke, Lawrence Turnure, William Schall, George A Buckingham, Theobald C Jung, Zophar Mills, Adam P Pentz, John J Serrell, Nahum Sullivan, William Adams, Thomas M Beare, Wyllis Blacksonte, Ezra P Davis Thomas Thomas, John A Harriott, Eli Kelley, Andrew G Norwood, Amedee O Fargis, Washington Smith, Norman Boardman, George W Littell, Robert S Barnes. Capital, $200,000; Par, $25. Dividends Feb and Aug.
  961. City Directory, p. 542. Norwood, A. G. & Co. brokers, 66 Beaver.
  962. New York Daily Times Newspaper, 29 Nov 1861. He was listed as a member of the nominating committee of the Taxpayers' and Citizens' Union.
  963. US IRS Tax Assessment, 1862, Dist 6, Annual List, 1862-1864. Norwood, Andrew G, 1423 Ounces Silver plate, rate of tax: 3¢; class of tax: C; Number in Abstract is Classified: 83; Class C Enumerated Articles and total Tax: $42.09.
  964. US IRS Tax Assessment, 1862, Dist 6, Annual Lists 1862-1864. Norwood, Andrew G, 166 W 14th St, Income from all Sources: $3,903.04; Tax Rate: 3%; Number in Abstract Class A: 32; Total Tax: $117.09.
  965. City Directory, p. 654. Norwood, And'w G. broker, 59 Beaver, h 166 W 14th.
  966. New York Times Newspaper, 22 Oct 1864. The copartnership heretofore existing under the firm of A G Norwood & Co., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. A. G. Norwood is alone authorized to sign in liquidation.
    A. G. Norwood, Tallmadge Norwood, J. N. T. Levick.
  967. US IRS Tax Assessment, 1866, Dist 6, Annual Lists, 1866. Norwood, Andrew G, 214 W 14th St, Income, 241, $1997; 5%; $99.85
    Carriage; 263; 1; 2; $2
    Carriage; 264; 2; 3; $6
    Watches; 272; 2; 1; $2
    Piano; 287; 1; $2
    Silver; 271; 1403 oz; 54; $70.65
    Norwood, Emily; watch; 272; 1; $1
    Norwood, Mary; watch; 272; 1; $1
    Total tax assessment: $184.50.
  968. New York Herald-Tribune, 9 Nov 1870, p 3. PASSENGERS ARRIVED -- FROM LIVERPOOL -- In steamship Nevada, Nov. 3 - John B. Trevor and wife...Andrew G Norwood...
    (John B Trevor and Emily Norwood were married in Brussels during this trip).
  969. Last Will and Testament of Andrew Gustavus Norwood.
  970. Death Certificate, City of New York, NY, 314187. Age: Sixty six yrs, one day; married; occupation - broker; birthplace - New York City; resident there - sixty six years; father's birthplace: New York City; mother's birthplace: New York City; place of death: West Fourteenth St, 2nd floor;
    date of death: 11th day of March 1879 about 11 o'clock AM; Cause of death: Endocarditis.
  971. Proquest, New York Daily Times Newspaper, March 13, 1879, Page 3. DEATH OF ANDREW G. NORWOOD The flag of the Stock Exchange was placed at half-mast for the fourth time in as many months yesterday, in token of the death of one of its original members. Mr. Andrew G. Norwood, who died on Tuesday, of heart disease, was born in this City 86 years ago. His father was one of New York's pioneer merchants. He started in business for himself 50 years ago as a stock broker. In 1846 he took a partner, and the firm became know as Norwood & Robinson. In 1853 his son was admitted into the concer, and the style was changed to A. G. Norwood & Co. In 1857 ex-Alderman Lawrence R. Jerome becomae a member, and subsequently Lewis Hoyt, another well-known Wall street man, was promoted from a clerkship to a partnership. In 1865 Mr. Norwood retired from active business, having accumulated a large fortune. He married the daughter of Col. Talmage, son of Gen. Talmage, of Revolutionary fame. She survives him, as also do three children, a son and two daughters. One of the latter is the wife of J. B. Trevor, of Trevor & Colgate. The other is married to a Philadelphia gentleman. The funeral will take place to-day from Mr. Norwood's late residence, No. 236 West Fourteenth street.
  972. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Buried 13 Mar 1879.
  973. Norwood Family Bible. Deaths: Andrew Gustavus Norwood, 1879.
  974. New York Herald Newspaper, 13 Mar 1879. NORWOOD -- On Tuesday morning, March 11, Andrew G Norwood, aged 66 years.
    Relatives and friends of the family are requested to attend the funeral at his late residence, No 236 West 14th st., on Thursday after noon, 13th inst., at 3 o'clock. It is requested that no flowers be sent.
  975. New York Herald Newspaper, 13 Mar 1879, P 6. OBITUARY; ANDREW G. NORWOOD;
    Andrew G. Norwood, one of the oldest members of the Stock Exchange, died on Tuesday morning. He was born in this city in 1812, his family being one of the oldest in New York. His father was a well known and highly respected merchant. The deceased was a member of the Stock Exchange for more than forty years. He commenced his career as a broker in 1833, carrying on business by himself. In 1846 he founded the firm of Norwood & Robinson, and on the latter's retirement, continued business with his son as a partner, the firm's name being A G Norwood & Co. In 1857 the firm was dissolved, and the deceased formed a partnership with Mr. Lawrence R Jerome, the firm's title remaining the same. Mr. Norwood retired from active business in 1865. He leaves a widow, one son and two daughters. His wife is a daughter of Colonel Talmage and a granddaughter of General Tamage of the Revolution. One of his daughters married J B Trevor, of the firm of Trevor & Colgate, and the other is the wife of a prominent citizen of Philadelphia. The deceased had been troubled for some time past with heart disease, which caused his death on Tuesday morning last. His funeral will take place at three PM to-day, from his late residence, No. 235 West Fourteenth street.
    At the opening of business in the Stock Exchange yesterday morning President Ives announced the death of Mr. Norwood, and a committee was appointed to draw up suitable resolutions and attend his funeral. The flag of the Exchange was at half-mast.
  976. Death Certificate, New York City, NY, 314187. place of burial: Marble Cemty; date of burial: March 13th '79; Undertaker: N Hull Hodgson, 65 Bond St, NYC.
  977. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Andrew G Norwood, buried 13 Mar 1879.
  978. Probate File, Liber 264 p. 336 - filed in large file #2.
  979. Norwood Family Bible. Marriages: Andrew Gustavus Norwood to Mary Floyd Tallmadge daughter of Henry F and Maria C Tallmadge, April 20th 1836 at 5 Carroll Place, Bleeker St, New York City by Rev Erskine Nisson.
  980. First & Second Presbyterian Church, NYC, New York Genealogical & Biographical Record, Jul 1879, Marriage ID: 2220315864. Mary Tallmadge, Andrew G Norwood, 22 Apr 1836, New York, NY, NY.
  981. Descendants of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, p 19. She married Andrew Gustavus Norwood, son of Andrew Siecles and Rebecca (Ogelvie) Norwood on 20 Apr 1836.
  982. Commercial Advertiser Newspaper, 21 Apr 1836, p 2. MARRIED: On the 20th inst. by the Rev. Erskine Mason, ANDREW G. NORWOOD, to MARY, daughter of Henry F. Tallmadge, all of this city.
  983. New York American, Page 2, Friday, October 27, 1837, Vol XIX, No. 1676. MARRIED: On the 20th instant, by the Rev. Erskine Mason, Andrew G. Norwood, to Mary, daughter of Henry F. Tallmadge, all of this city.
    (Erskine Mason was the Minister of the Bleeker St. Presbyterian Church, New York City, NY).
  984. City Directory - New York, 1840/41, Pub by Thomas Longworth, New York City, NY, NY, p 476. Norwood Andrew G, 2 Hanover h. 140 Bleeker.
  985. City Directory - New York, 1846, 1847, Pub byDogget's, NY, NY, p. 295, accessed on fold3. Norwood Andrew G. brokr. 4 Hanover, h. 133 Eleventh.
  986. City Directory - New York, 1856, Pub by John F Trow, p. 625, accessed on fold3. Norwood Andrew G broker, 1 Hanover, h. 152 W. 14th.
  987. City Directory - New York, 1857 p 622. Norwood, Andrew G broker, 64 Beaver, h 166 W 14th.
  988. Federal Census, 1860, New York City, 1860, NY Ward 9, Dist 4, NY, NY; Roll: M653_796; Page: 264; Image: 266. Andrew, 47, stock broker, $13,000, $10,000, b. NY;
    Mary, 43, b. NY;
    Tallmadge, 23, b. NY;
    Mary, 21, b. NY; Emily, 18, b. NY;
    Therese Lyons, 55, domestic, b. Ireland;
    Margaret O'Donnell, 20, domestic, b. Ireland.
  989. Federal Census, 1870, New York, 1870, New York Ward 9, Dist 20, 2nd ED, New York, New York; Roll: M593_1023; Page: 602A; Image: 563; FHFilm: 552522. A G Norwood, 57, retired, b. NY;
    Marietta, 50, b. NY;
    Higgins, Jane, 16, b. Ireland;
    Kernese, Alice, 35, b. Ireland;
    Cochrane, Sarah, 30, b. Ireland;
    Forrister, Mary, 21, b. Ireland.
  990. Federal Census, 1870, New York, 1870, Ward 9, Dist 9, NY, NY; Roll: M593_983; Page: 316; Image: 68. Andrew Norwood, 50, Stock Broker, b. NY; Mary, 45, b. NY; Emeline, 28, b. NY.
  991. Norwood Family Bible. Births: Mary Floyd Tallmadge daughter of Henry F and Maria C Tallmadge wife of above (Andrew G Norwood) born in Rhinebeck, NY in 1813.
  992. The Register of Marriages, Baptisms and Deaths, Presbyterian Church, Albany, NY. Dec 22, Tallmadge, Maria Floyd, born Aug 2nd 1811, of H Tallmadge & M E Adams.
  993. Descendants of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence, p 19. Mary Floyd Tallmadge, child of Henry Floyd Tallmadge and Maria Canfield Adams was born in Albany, NY on 2 Aug 1811, and died in Narragansett Pier, RI on 9 Sept 1886.
  994. National Archives and Records Administration, accessed on footnote.com - Passports and Applications 1795-1905. 2919
    Mrs. Andrew G Norwood
    Age: 35
    Stature: 4 Feet 11 3/4 Inches, English
    Forehead: medium
    Eyes: Dark, with heavy eye brows
    Nose: Medium
    Mouth: Small
    Chin: Medium
    Hair: Black
    Complexion: Slightly dark
    Face: Thin
    Signature: Mary F. Norwood.
  995. Federal Census, 1880, New York, 1880, New York, NY, NY; Roll: 874; FHFilm: 1254874; Page: 151D; ED: 180; Image: 0741. Mary F T Norwood, 60, widowed, keepinghouse, b. NY, father b. CT, Mother b. CT;
    Richard Howell, 45, married, gentleman, b. PA, father b. NJ, mother b. NJ;
    Mary N Howell, 40, daughter, married, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. CT;
    Emily T. Howell, 2, grandchild, b. England, father b. PA, mother b. NY;
    Augusta Howell, 10 mos, July, grandchild, b. New Jersey, father b. PA, mother b. NY;
    Annie Woodford, 44, servant, b. England, both parents b. England;
    Margaret Riley, 30, servant, b. Ireland, both parents b. Ireland;
    Alice Mulvany, 35, servant, b. Ireland, both parents b. Ireland;
    Kate Hosey, 35, servant, cannot write, b. Ireland, both parents b. Ireland.
  996. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Buried 11 Sept 1886.
  997. Norwood Family Bible. Deaths: Mary Floyd Norwood Sept 9, 1886.
  998. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Mary FT Norwood, buried 11 Sept 1886.
  999. Real Estate Record and Builder's Guide, Vol 73, No. 1872, January 30, 1904, p 224. JOHN N. GOLDING, Auct'r. Mf will sell at auction, Wed. Feb 10, 1904 at 13 o'clock, noon, at the New York Real Estate Salesrooms, 161 Broadway ABSOLUTE SALE WITHOUT RESERVE, By or der of Samuel F Jayne Executor of Mary F. T. Norwood, deceased.
    116 & 118 W. 14th St; 236 & 241 W 14th St, 24 and 243 W 13th St; 234-36-38-40-42 West 15th St; 327, 329, 331 W 15th St; 239 & 241 Hudson St running through and including 10 Renwick Street.
    Bowers and Sands, Attorneys for Executor, 31 Nassau Street.
  1000. Irish American Weekly, 30 July 1887. In pursuance of an order of Hon. Daniel G. Rollins, Surrogate of the County of New York, Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against MARY F. T. NORWOOD, late of the City of New York, deceased, to present the same with vouchers thereof to the Subscriber, at his place of transacting business, No. 273 West 28 street, in the city of New York, on or before the 20th day of December next. Dated New York, the 11th day of June, 1887. SAMUEL F. JAYNE.
  1001. New York Herald Newspaper, 19 March 1899. William M. Ryan, Auct'r, will sell at auction, at Real Estate Salesroom, 111 Broadway, New York at 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, march 21, 1899, Trustees Sale, Estate of Mary F. T. Norwood, Dec'd. 4 Choice Lots, N. W. Cor. 98th St. and Park Av. Size of each, 25 x 100.4
    Terms liberal. Samuel F Jayner, Esq. Trustee, 254 West 28d st. Bowers & Sands, Esqs., Attorneys, 31 Nassau st. Maps &c. at auctioneer's office, 111 B'way, N.Y.
  1002. The Sun, Monday, March 17, 1919. SUMMONSES: SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY -
    Amy A. Sands, Albert W. Pross and Frank H Sincerbeaux, as executors of the last will and testament of B. Aymar Sands, deceased, plaintiffs, against Charles W. Cox as substituted trustee under the last will and testament of Mary F. T. Norwood, deceased: John B. Trevor, Emily N. Trevor, H. Trevor, Emily Lindell Winthrop, Kate Winthrop, Emily T. Howell Wilkins, Alice Garrett Wilkins, Mary Steven, Ethel Steven, Everett Steven, Floyd Steven, Floyd Tallmadge Norwood, Cecelia Norwood, Norma Norwood, June Paddock, June Paddock (the younger), Natalie Paddock and Cornelia T. Staples, defendants.
    To the above named defendants and each of them: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of your answer on the plaintiff's attorneys within twenty days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint.
    Date New York, NY, December 19th 1918
    MIDDLEBROOK & BORLAND, Attorneys for Plaintiffs...
  1003. New York Marble Cemetery, Vault 118. Norwood, Still-born infant of A. G. 30 Apr 1840; son of Andrew G. Norwood & Mary Tallmadge. Born NY; died 5 Carroll Place. (Actual death date unknown - burial is only date known from cemetery records. Have used the date of 29 Apr in order to arrange events in order in file.).
  1004. New York Marble Cemetery, Vault 118. Norwood, Still-born infant of A. G. 30 Apr 1840; son of Andrew G. Norwood & Mary Tallmadge. Born NY; died 5 Carroll Place.
  1005. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Norwood, still-born infant of A. G., Vault 118, c. 30 Apr 1840.
  1006. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY.
  1007. New York Marble Cemetery, Vault 118. Norwood, Still-born infant of A G - Vault 118 - 9 Sept 1840.
  1008. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Name as Listed in Register: Emily C Macy; Age: 56; Date of Death: 31 Mar 1872.
  1009. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Date of Death: 31 Mar 1872; Place of Death: Crawford, NJ; Cause of death: Cong. of Brain; Physician: C P Russel.
  1010. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Interment, Vault 69, 10 Sept 1848; removal 2 Nov 1875.
  1011. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Vault 69: Schuyler Macy, Rebecca Macy, Emily C Norwood Macy, Emily Macy all removed from New York City Marble Cemetery 2 Nov 1875.
  1012. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Marriage ID - 2220314944. Emily C Norwood m. Frederick W Macy, 30 Jan 1841, New York City, NY, NY.
  1013. New York Herald-Tribune. MARRIED: On Friday, 30th inst. by the Rev. Dr. Erskine Mason, Frederick W. Macy to Emily, daughter of Andrew S. Norwood.
  1014. Federal Census, 1870, New York, 1870, New York Ward 16 District 1, NY, NY; Roll: M593_995; Page: 101B; Image: 5B; FHFilm: 552494. Frederick W Macy, 62, Vice Pres Life Insurance Co, $20,000, b. NY;
    Emily C, 53, b. NY;
    Edith N Park, 25, b. NY;
    Noel Park, 25, Whl Grocer, $300, b. NY;
    Mary N Park, 16, b. NY;
    George W Park, 60, b. NY;
    Deli McDonagh, 17,domestic servant, b. Ireland, mother and father of foreign birth.
  1015. Federal Census, 1880, Union Co, New Jersey (Roll: T9_800; Family History Film: 1254800).
  1016. Macy Family from 1635-1868, p 226. Frederick W., b at Hudson, NY, June 17, 1808; resides at New York.
  1017. Barney Genealogical Record. Frederic W Macy, b. 17 Jun 1808.
  1018. US Passport Application, #10688, issued April 13th 1871. Frederick W. Macy of the City of New York, 32 yrs of age, b. in Hudson, NY, 17 June 1808;
    5' 8 1/2" tall, high bald forehead, blue eyes, straight nose, medium size chin lips; round chin, dark hair w/some gray, sallow complexion, fair face.
  1019. Commercial Advertiser Newspaper, p. 1. Goodhue Fire Insurance Company, no 26 Wall street - Cash Capital $200,000. Robert Bage, President; Frederick W. Macy, Secretary.
  1020. Federal Census, 1880, Union Co, New Jersey. Frederick Macy, 71, father-in-law, b. NY - both parents b. NY; living with daughters family -
    Noel R Park, head, 35, commission merchant; Edith N, 35; Frederick W, 9 at school; Helen R, 5, daughter, at school; Caldwell, 3; Schuyler, 3 mos; all born in NY - all parents b. NY; Mary Thomas, 30, servant, b. England - both parents b. England; Julia Trinkkaus, 13, servant, b. NY, both parents b. Germany.
  1021. New York Herald-Tribune, 11 Aug 1884, p 5. MACY - aT THE RESIDENCE OF Noel R. Park, Cranford, N. J., on Friday, August 8, 1884, Frederick W. Macy, in the 77th year of his age.
    Funeral services will be held at the Presbyterian Church Monday, 11th inst., at 10 o'clock a.m.
    The train leaving foot of Liberty-st. at 9 a.m. will stop at Cranford.
  1022. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Schuyler Macy buried 2 Aug 1844, removal 2 Nov 1875.
  1023. International Genealogical Index - 974.7. IGI states death date as 24 Aug 1844 - contradicted by burial date at cemetery.
  1024. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Schuyler Macy, d. 2 Aug 1844.
  1025. Macy Family from 1635-1868, p 350. Schuyler, b at New York, August 22, 1843; d at Detroit, Mich, August 24, 1844.
  1026. Macy Family from 1635-1868, p 350. Rebecca, b at Adrian, Mich, August 29, 1846; d at Adrian Mich, March 30, 1847.
  1027. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Interment Date: 21 Jul 1847.
  1028. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Rebecca Macy, buried 21 Jul 1847; removal 2 Nov 1875.
  1029. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Vault 69: Schuyler Macy, Rebecca Macy, Emily C Norwood Macy, Emily Macy all removed from New York City Marble Cemetery 2 Nov 1875.
  1030. Macy Family from 1635-1868, p 350. Emily, b at New York, Arpil 26, 1848; d at New York, Sept 9, 1848.
  1031. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Macy, Emily, buried 10 Sept 1848.
  1032. Macy Family from 1635-1868, p 350. Mary N, b at New York, July 24, 1852; resides at New York.
  1033. US Passport Application, No. 10689. Mary Norwood Macy of New York; native born in New York "the 24th of July 1852";
    5' 3 1/2"; high aquiline forehead; hazel eyes; straight nose; large mouth; round chin; dark brown hair; fair complexion; oval face.
    Issued 15 Apr 1871.
  1034. Death Certificate, http://italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp. Mary N Macy, Death Certificate #28915; dod: 27 Dec 1927; age 75.
  1035. History of the Davis Family, P 114.
  1036. Sickels Genealogy, Samford Univ., p. 32. He received his education at Hanover Collete, Indiana and Jefferson College, Canonsburg, PA, graduating from the latter in 1860.
  1037. Sickels Genealogy, Samford Univ., p 32. Prior to enlistment in the army during the civil war, he was the assistant commercial editor of the Chicago Tribune.
  1038. Sickels Genealogy, Samford Univ., p 32. He studied law for a time, but when the civil war came on he responded to his country's call for help and enlisted in the Chicago Mercantile Batter Aug 5, 1862. During the war he was engaged in numerous battles and was in the siege of Vicksburg. Was promoted to rank of 1st Lt Company E 10th US Heavy Artillery (Colored) and was in command of the comapy most of the time. He resigned his commission in April 1866.
  1039. History of the Davis Family, P 115.
  1040. Sickels Genealogy, Samford Univ., p 32. He removed to Kansas in 1870, living a few months at Oswego, then locating at Independence, KS in the fall of 1870. For eight years he was chief clerk of the US Land Office at Independence.
  1041. Sickels Genealogy, Samford Univ., p 32. In May 1886 he purchased the "Evening Reporter" a daily newspaper, which he published for some twenty years, more or less.
  1042. Sickels Genealogy, Samford Univ., p 32. During the latter years of their life, Thomas and Harriet Sickels made their home with their daughter, Mrs. Caroline (Sickels) Taylor, at Nevada, MO at which place both died and were buried, Thomas having passed away on Dec 5, 1923 at the age of 84 years - the wife having preceded him in death on Aug 19, 1921.
  1043. Sickels Genealogy, Samford Univ., p 32.
  1044. History of the Davis Family, P 114-115.
  1045. Alexander H Norwood Genealogy. Rebecca Jane Norwood, their first daughter, was born at Skaneateles, New York February 11, 1836.
  1046. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Record of Douglass Norwood #583190, NARA. Rebecca Jane Norwood, their first daughter, was born at Skaneatles, New York - February 11th 1836.
  1047. Douglass Family Bible. Rebecca Jane Norwood Pratt, died in Frot Madison, Iowa, January 2nd 1891, aged 54 years.
  1048. Douglass Family Bible. Rebecca Jane Norwood married 17 Sept 1859, Skaneateles, New York to Silas Judson Pratt (1831-1895, Chinese Camp, CA).
  1049. Democrat Newspaper, Skaneateles, Issue 8 Sept 1859. 9/8/1859 Pratt, Silas J m. Norwood, R Jennie 7 Sept 1859.
  1050. Skaneateles Democrat, 8 Sept 1857, p 2, col 5. MARRIED: At the residence of Mr. A. Douglass, the bride's grandfather, on the 7th inst, by Rev. S. Adsit, Mr. Silas J. Pratt, formerly of this place, to Miss R. Jennie Norwood, of Skaneateles.
  1051. Douglass Family Bible. Silas J Pratt was born Dec 15th 1831.
  1052. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records of Douglass Norwood, #583190, NARA. Silas J Pratt was born Dec 15th 1831.
  1053. Federal Census, 1870, California, 1870, Township 3, Tuolumne, CA; Rool: M593_93; Page: 386B; Image: 172; FHL Film: 545592. S J Pratt, 38, lawyer, $3,000, $400, b. New York.
  1054. Federal Census, 1880, California, 1880, Chinese Campt, Tuolumne, CA, Roll: T9_85; Family History Film: 1254085; Page: 184.2000; ED: 110; Image: 0756. S J Pratt, 48, married, lawyer, b. NY, both parents b. NY.
  1055. Douglass Family Bible. Silas Judson Pratt died August 9, 1895 in Chinese Camp, Tuolumne County California.
  1056. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850, Skaneateles, Onondaga, NY, Roll: M432_568; Page: 436; Image: 352. Douglass Norwood, 13, male, attending school, b. NY.
  1057. Douglass Family Bible. Douglass Norwood was born in Skaneateles Sept 7, 1837.
  1058. Federal Census, 1850, New York, 1850, Skaneateles, Onondaga, NY, Roll: M432_568; Page: 436; Image: 352. Douglass Norwood, 13, male, attending school, b. NY.
    Residing with: Archibald Douglass, 65, Carpenter, $3300, b. NY;
    Sarah, 63, b. NY;
    Abagail, 38, b. NY;
    Sarah, 31, b. NY;
    Eliza, 28, b. NY;
    Matilda, 19, attending school, b. NY;
    Jane 16, attending school, b. NY;
    William Douglass, 22, no occupation.
  1059. Federal Census, 1860, Iowa, 1860, Fort Madison, Lee, Iowa; Roll: M653_330; Page: 33; Image: 575. Douglass Norwood, 22, male, personal estate $7,000, b. NY
    Living with: Almeda S Douglass, 46, Female, real estate $1800, personal $200, b. NY;
    John H Douglass, 24, male clerk, real estate $1500, personal $300, b. Iowa;
    Calla Douglass, 22, female b. Ohio;
    Archilbald, 1, male, b. Iowa;
    Catharine Douglass, 16, female, servant, b. Bavaria.
  1060. Illinois Civil War Records. Douglas Norwood, Private, Company H, 2nd Illinois US Cavalry;
    Residence: Busnell, McDonough, IL; Age: 23; Height: 5'9"; Hair: Auburn; Eyes: Hazel; Complexion: Dark; Marital Status: Single; Occupation: Saddler; Nativity: New York
    Joined 6 August 1861 at Macomb, IL by Captain Walker for a period of 3 years;
    Mustered in 12 August 1861 at Camp Butler, IL
    Discharged: 18 Oct 1862.
  1061. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records of Douglass Norwood, #583190, NARA. Douglass Norwood, Private, Company H, Regiment 2, Illinois Vol. Cav. enlisted Aug 6, 1861 at Camp Butler, Springfield, IL; honorably discharged 18 Oct 1862, Bolivar, Tennessee; pensioned as of 16 Sept 1907 at $15/mo.
  1062. US National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938, Rec #21689. Admission Record, Pacific Branch, Sawtelle, Los Angeles County, CA:
    Enlisted, Aug 2 - 1862, Bushnell, IL; disability: arterosclerosis chronic, ????, nephritis, old paralysis left side, etc...; born New York, age 86, 5'6", fair complexion, grey eyes, grey hair, could read and write, Protestant, Farmer; residence requested upon discharge - Montebello, CA, widowed; nearest relative: Son, Albert M. Norwood, 705 E. 43 St., Los Angeles, CA
    Admitted: 1923.
  1063. Illinois Civil War Records. Douglas Norwood, Private, Company H, 2nd Illinois US Cavalry;
    Residence: Busnell, McDonough, IL; Age: 23; Height: 5'9"; Hair: Auburn; Eyes: Hazel; Complexion: Dark; Marital Status: Single; Occupation: Saddler; Nativity: New York.
  1064. Illinois Civil War Records. Douglas Norwood, Private, Company H, 2nd Illinois US Cavalry;
    Mustered in 12 August 1861 at Camp Butler, IL
    Discharged: 18 Oct 1862.
  1065. Federal Census, 1870, Iowa, 1870, Moulton, Appanoose, IA; Roll: M593_375; Page: 550; Image: 400. Douglas Norwood, 33, white male, b. Illinois, PO Unionville, lumber merchant, $2,000, $500, living in hotel, single, no other family members with him.
  1066. National Archives and Records Administration, T289 - Pension applications 1861-1900, Civil War Pensions, Illinois. Applied 24 Mar 1880; Illinois 2 Cavalry, Unit H, Norwood, Douglas, Private;
    Died: 29 June 1927 at Los Angeles, Calif.
  1067. Iowa State Census, 1895, 1895, Iowa State. Douglass Norwood, 58, white, b. NY, residence: Fort Madison, Lee, IA.
  1068. Skaneatles Free Press, 7 Apr 1903, p 1. Douglass Norwood of Kansas City, Mo., is visiting his aunts, Mrs. Pattison, Miss Sarah Douglass and Mrs. Williams.
  1069. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension records of Douglass Norwood, #583190, NARA. Pensioner: Douglass Norwood, 1325 Penna. Ave., Kansas City, Jackson, MO - currently receiving $10/mo from 15 Feb 1899 - requesting increase in pension - rejected 13 March 1902.
  1070. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records of Douglass Norwood, #583190, NARA. After his discharge, he returned to Illinois for a few months, next went to Iowa and was there up to 1880; then to Little Rock, Arkansas for the next four years (1884), then back to Iowa for 12 years (1896), next to Kansas City for 3 years(1899) , next he went to St. Joseph, Missouri for 2 years (1901), and then to California where he now resides.
  1071. Federal Census, 1920, California, 1920, Los Angeles 64 AD, LA, CA; Roll: T625_108; Page: 6B; ED: 212; Image: 291. Douglas Norwood, 82, lodger, widowed, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. VT, canvasser, household utilities.
  1072. US National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938, Record #21689. Admission Record, Pacific Branch, Sawtelle, Los Angeles County, CA:
    Enlisted, Aug 2 - 1862, Bushnell, IL; disability: arterosclerosis chronic, ????, nephritis, old paralysis left side, etc...; born New York, age 86, 5'6", fair complexion, grey eyes, grey hair, could read and write, Protestant, Farmer; residence requested upon discharge - Montebello, CA, widowed; nearest relative: Son, Albert M. Norwood, 705 E. 43 St., Los Angeles, CA
    Admitted: 1923.
  1073. Douglass Family Bible.
  1074. National Archives and Records Administration, T289 - Pension applications 1861-1900, Civil War Pensions, Illinois. Applied 24 Mar 1880; Illinois 2 Cavalry, Unit H, Norwood, Douglas, Private;
    Died: 29 June 1927 at Los Angeles, Calif.
  1075. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records of Douglass Norwood, #583190, NARA. Letter to Washington dated Los Angeles, Calif., 24 July 1927
    To Commissioner of Pensions, Washington, DC
    Dear Sir, This to inform you that Douglass Norwood who held Pension Certificate 583910 deseased on June 29th 1927, Respectfully, A. M. Norwood, 705 E 43 St, Los Angeles, Calif.
  1076. National Archives and Records Administration, Pension File #583190, Douglass Norwood. DROP REPORT - PENSIONER; 705 # 43d St, Los Angeles, Calif.; Invalid Cert No 583190; Douglass Norwood; FINANCE DIVISION: The name of the above-described pensioner who was last paid at the rate if $725 per month to June 4, 1927, has this day been dropped from the roll because of death - June 29, 1927. O. J. Randall, Chief, Finance Division.
  1077. Alexander H Norwood Genealogy.
  1078. Iowa Marriages, 1851-1900. Douglas Norwood; Emeline Hartzel; 13 Nov 1873; Appanoose County, Iowa.
  1079. Federal Census, 1880, Iowa, 1880, Des Moines, Polk, IA, Roll: T9_360; Family History Film: 1254360; Page: 330.1000; Enum Dist: 163; Image: 0180. Douglas Norwood, white, male, 46, father, married, Laborer, unemployed for 2 months during past year, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Emeline, white, female, 33, wife, keeping house, b. IA, father b. PA, mother b. S. C.;
    Harry, male, 6, son, b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA;
    Frank, 4, son, b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA;
    Albert, 2, son, b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA;
    James 1, son, b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA.
  1080. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records #583190 - NARA. After his discharge, he returned to Illinois for a few months, next went to Iowa and was there up to 1880; then to Little Rock, Arkansas for the next four years (1884), then back to Iowa for 12 years (1896), next to Kansas City for 3 years(1899) , next he went to St. Joseph, Missouri for 2 years (1901), and then to California where he now resides.
  1081. Norwood Genealogy from Douglas Norwood. Frank Hartzell Norwood January 13, 1876 death August 15, 1962, Torrance, CA.
  1082. Norwood Genealogy from Douglas Norwood. James Archibald (Archibel) Norwood April 4, 1979(sic) death October 3, 1972, Ballinger, TX.
  1083. Norwood Genealogy from Douglas Norwood. Kinne Bly Norwood August 12, 1880 death January 28, 1959 Topeka, KS.
  1084. Federal Census, 1900, Iowa, 1900, Madison, Lee, IA; Roll: T623_442; Page: 17A; ED: 73. Albert Norwood, head, b. Jan 1878, 22, single b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA, ?? clerk, renting;
    Kinney, brother, b. Aug 1880, 19, single, b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA, call boy;
    George, b. Mar 1885, 15, single, b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA, at school.
  1085. Norwood Genealogy from Douglas Norwood. Eliza Jane Norwood December 9, 1882 death November 1883.
  1086. Norwood Genealogy from Douglas Norwood. Maued(sic) Naomi Norwood March 23, 1884 death March 23, 1885(sic) at birth.
  1087. Norwood Genealogy from Douglas Norwood. Maued(sic) Naomi Norwood March 23, 1884 death March 23, 1885(sic) at birth.
  1088. FamilySearch Digital Record, Batch #100417-9; system origin - Iowa-ODM; Film #959190. Douglass Norwood, Abby R Gibbs, 9 June 1864, Lee, Iowa, US. "Iowa Marriages, 1809-1992," index, ''FamilySearch'' ([https://www.familysearch.org https://www.familysearch.org]). Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records.
  1089. Proquest, New York Times Newpaper, April 24, 1869, P 5. DIED: JUNG - On Sunday, Aug. 1, at the residence of her son, Charles T. Jung, CATHARINE NORWOOD, wife of Theobald C. Jung, in the 68th of her age.
  1090. Federal Census, 1870, New York, 1870, Brooklyn Ward 21, Kings, NY; Roll: M593_961; Page: 459; Image: 432. Jung, Chas T, 35, book-keeper, b. NY; Martha L, 39, female, $8,500; $1,000; b. NY; Emily C, 3, b. NY; Rena Kanif, 23, domestic servant, b. Brunswick, mother and father of foreign birth.
  1091. Federal Census, 1880, New York, 1880 Brooklyn, Kings, NY; Roll: T9_855; Family History Film: 1254855; Page: 318.3000; Enum Dist: 233; Image: 0642. Jung, Chas T, 47, bookkeeper, married, b. NY, father b. Rhine Province, mother b. NY; Martha L, 59, wife, keeping house, b. NY, father b. CT, mother b. NY; Emily C, 12, dau, scholar, b. NY.
  1092. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Age 7 yrs; Date of death: 27 Apr 1869.
  1093. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Date of Death: 27 Apr 1869; Cause of Death: Menengitis; Place of Death: 339 Gates Ave, Brooklyn, NY.
  1094. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Name: Catharine N Jung; Age: 7 yrs; Birthplace: US; Date of Death: 27 Apr 1869; Place of Death: 339 Gates Ave, Brooklyn, NY; Interment Date: 29 Apr 1869; Cause of Death: Menengitis; Physician: E Harris (Register).
  1095. New York Herald Newspaper, p. 13. JUNG - Suddenly, in Brooklyn, on Saturday, January 12, 1895, ANDREW NORWOOD JUNG, aged 59 years.
  1096. Federal Census, 1860, Minnesota, 1860, St Paul, Ramsey, MN; Roll: M653-573; Page: 143; Iamge: 147; FHFilm: 803573. Andrew N Jung, 24, clerk, $100, $100, b. NY.
  1097. US IRS Tax Assessment, 1862-1918, Tax Year: 1866, NY. Jung, Andrew, 178 2nd Ave, Income under $5000; watches - tax total: $72.70
    Listed with Ogilvie, Wilhelm and TC Jung - all at same address.
  1098. Proquest, New York Times Newspaper, Jan 13, 1895, Page 5. JUNG - Suddenly, in Brooklyn, on Saturday, Jan. 12, 1895, Andrew Norwood Jung, aged 59 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral services at his late residence, 15 South Portland Ave., on Monday, the 14th Inst., at 5 o'clock P.M.
  1099. Death Certificate, http://italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp. Andrew N Jung, Death Certificate #885, Kings County, NY; dod: 12 Jan 1895; age 59.
  1100. New York, New York, Death Index, 1862-1948, Cert #885. Andrew N Jung, b. abt 1836, age 59, d. 12 Jan 1895, Kings, NY.
  1101. New York Marriages 1686-1980, GS Film 1561972. Andrew Norwood Jung, m. Louise Trott 4 Nov 1873, Manhattan, NY, NY.
  1102. Federal Census, 1880, New York, 1880, Brooklyn, Kings, NY; Roll: 853; FHFilm: 1254853; Page: 161B; ED: 201; Image: 0645. Andrew Jung, 44, broker, b. NY, father b. Germany, mother b. NY;
    Louise, 37, wife, keeping house, b. NY, father b. England, mother b. MD;
    Andrew, 3, son, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Wilhelm, 38, brother, single, b. NY, father b. Germany, mother b. NY.
  1103. Federal Census, 1900, California, 1900, Los Angeles Ward 5, LA, CA; Roll: 89; page: 14A; ED: 0046; FHFilm: 1240089. Louise Jung, 57, b. Jan 1843, widowed, married 26 yrs, one child, one child surviving, b. NY, father b. Bermuda, mother b. MD;
    Andrew M, 23, single, b. Oct 1876, student, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Matilda S Dart, 68, boarder, b. NY, father b. CT, mother b. NY;
    Caroline N Stevens, 50, boarder, b. NY, both parents b. MA, trained nurse.
  1104. California Death Index 1905-1939. Andrew M Jung, b. 1877, d. 9 Oct 1934, age 57, Los Angeles, CA.
  1105. Proquest, New York Times Newpaper, April 24, 1869. BINGHAM - JUNG. - On Thursday, April 22, by Rev. John Hall, S. S., DAVID BINGHAM, of Liverpool, England, to GERTRUDE, only daughter of Mr. T. C. Jung, of this City. Proquest, New York Times Newpaper, April 24, 1869, BINGHAM - JUNG. - On Thursday, April 22, 1869.
  1106. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 112, No 3, Jul 1981, p 167. BINGHAM, DAVID, of NYC, 29, merchant, b. Co. Down, Ireland, son of Thomas and Agnes (Reid) Bingham, m. Gertrude JUNG of NYC, 25, b. Brooklyn, dau. of Theobald C. and Catherine (Norwood) Jung. Wit.: John Sinclair, T. M. Sinclair, 22 Apr 1869.
  1107. Federal Census, 1900, New York. Carlisle Norwood, father-in-law, 54, b. Mar 1846, b. NY, both parents b. NY, lawyer.
  1108. St. Nicholas Society Records. Carlisle Norwood, Jr, b. 5 Mar 1846 elected 2 Dec 1869 d. 19 Nov 1936.
  1109. St. Nicholas Society Records. It was Carlisle Norwood, Jr. who served as the 29th president in 1887.
  1110. New York Times Newspaper, 20 Nov 1936 pg 23. Obituary: Surviving are two sons, Carlisle Norwood 3d, with whom he made his home at the prince George Hotel, 28th St and 5th Ave.
  1111. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Carlisle Norwood buried 21 Nov 1936.
  1112. New York Times Newspaper, Date of issue and page unknown. NORWOOD - Carlisle, on Nov. 19, 1936, in his ninety-first year, husband of the late Ollie Seaman Norwood, son of the late Carlisle Norwood and Louisa Josephine Willcocks Norwood, father of Carlisle Norwood 3rd, Mrs. Theodore Cox, Mrs Howard Slade and Eugene Norwood. Funeral and interment private.
  1113. Death Certificate, http://italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp. Manhattan, NY Death Certificate 25094; dod: 19 Nov 1936.
  1114. New York Post, 20 Nov 1936. Carlisle Norwood 2d, one of the oldest members of the Bar Association of the City of New York, and former president of the St. Nicholas Society, died in New York Hospital yesterday of heart disease. He was ninety.
    Mr. Norwood in 1887 succeeded the late General Cornelius Vanderbilt as the president of the St. Nicholas Society and the society's oldest member. He had been living with his son, Carlisle Norwood 3d, at the Hotel Prince.
    Until a week ago, Mr. Norwood had gone regularly to offices of Norwood & Walsh, 500 Fifth Avenue, in which he had acted in an advisory capacity after his retirement in 1921.
  1115. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Carlisle Norwood buried 21 Nov 1936.
  1116. New York Times Newspaper, 20 Nov 1936 pg 23. He was married twice. His first wife, Ethel Josephine Hanbury of New York, whom he married in 1871, died in 1917. The following year he was married to Ollie E Seaman of Easton, Pa. She died in 1929.
  1117. New York Times Newspaper, 20 Nov 1936 pg 23. He was married twice. His first wife, Ethel Josephine Hanbury of New York, whom he married in 1871, died in 1917. The following year he was married to Ollie E Seaman of Easton, Pa. She died in 1929.
  1118. Federal Census, 1900, New York, 1900, Manhattan, NY, nY Roll: T623 1115; Page: 10B. Joel Rathbone, head, b.Sept 1869, 30, married 5 years, b. RI, both parents b. NY, Stock Trading Co., renting home;
    Josephine N, wife, 27, b. Aug 1872, married 5 years, one child born/surviving, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Carlisle N, son, 4, b. July 1895, b. NY, father b. RI, mother b. NY;
    Carlisle Norwood, father-in-law, 54, b. Mar 1846, married 29 years, b. NY, both parents b. NY, lawyer;
    Ethel J Norwood, mother-in-law, 48, b. Jun 1851, married 29 years, had seven children, five surviving;
    Louisa, sister-in-law, 25, b. May 1875, single, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Eugene, brother-in-law, 17, b. Jul 1886, single, at school, b. NY, both parents b. NY;.
  1119. Death Certificate, http://italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp. Ethel J Norwood, dod: 22 Jan 1918; age 68.
  1120. New York Times Newspaper, 20 Nov 1936, pg 23. He was married twice. His first wife, Ethel Jsephine Hanbury of New York, whom he married in 1871, died in 1917.
  1121. New York Times Newspaper, 20 Feb 1920. Five children of Carlisle Norwood, attorney and clubman, are fighting over a $500,000 trust fund set aside by their mother, Mrs. Josephine Norwood, who died Jan 22, 1918.
  1122. Death Certificate, http://italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp. Ethel Norwood, Death Certificate #2717; 22 Jan 1918; age 68.
  1123. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Ethel J Norwood, 24 Jan 1918, Sexton, J C Tiedeman.
  1124. New York Times Newspaper, 2 Oct 1921. Mrs. Norwood's Net Estate, $95; The estate of Mrs. Ethel Norwood, wife of Carlisle Norwood, lawyer, amounted to only $1,751, according to an accounting filed yesterday. After debts and expenses had been paid $95 remained. Mrs. Norwood left her estate to her grandchildren, Carlisle and Ethel Norwood, Jackson Norwood and Theodore and Norwood Cox. Carlisle Norwood 2d, son filed proceedings recently to establish his right to share in the estate.
  1125. New York Times Newspaper, 20 Feb 1920. NORWOOD HEIRS IN COURT. Son and Daughter Sue Sisters and Brother for Trust Fund

    Five children of Carlisle Norwood, attorney and clubman, are fighting over a $500,000 trust fund set aside by their mother, Mrs. Josephine Norwood, who died Jan 22, 1918. The plaintiffs, in a suit filed in the Supreme Court yesterday are Carlisle Norwood, Jr., a Western newspaperman, and Mrs. Eugenie Norwood Cox, wife of Theodore Cox, a New York broker, who died at Rawhide, Nev., twelve years ago. The defendants are Mrs. Louis Norwood Slade, wife of Howard Slade, a broker; Mrs. Josephine Norwood Rathbone, wife of Joel Rathbone, Vice President of the National Surety Company, and Eugene Norwood. Mr. Rathbone caused the arrest of Mrs. Cox some months ago on the ground that she assaulted him in his office. Mrs. Cox replied that Mr. Rathbone insulted her when she asked aid for her two children.
    The plaintiffs allege that in 1807 their mother set aside real estate in New York and Kings Counties from which she had an income of $25,000 a year, in trust, and directed that after her death the income should go to her children. The plaintiffs allege there was a family agreement on July 9, 1918, by which Mrs. Cox should get a quarter of the income paid to Mrs. Rathbone and Mrs. Slade, but that Mrs. Cox has received only $90 a month under this agreement.
    The defendants say one of the provisions of the family agreement was that payments were to be made to Mrs. Cox only if she did not behave in a manner disapproved by her father. It was stated that her "misbehavior" would consist of asking aid of members or friends of the family or making threats against her father or any members of the family. She was receiving $1,950 a year under the family agreement.

  1126. The Evening Post, 19 Feb 1920. FIVE NORWOOD CHILDREN FIGHT OTHERS IN SUIT; Legal Battle Over Half Million Dollar Trust Fund Is Begun in Court Here:
    Five children of Carlisle Norwood of the law firm of Norwood, Appell & Walsh are lined up against one another, it was learned to-day, in a contest brought by two of the children under providions of the $500,000 trust fund left by their mother, Mrs. Ethel Josephine Norwood, who died January 22, 1913.
    Carlisle Norwood, Jr., a Western newspaper man, and Mrs. Eugenie Norwood Cox, his sister and widow of the late Theodore Cox, are the plaintiffs, the defendants being Mrs. Norwood Slade, Eugene Norwood and Mrs. Josephine Norwood Rathbone, children, and Jackson Norwood and Carlisle Rathbone, grandchildren, of the testatrix.
    Mrs. Slade, widow of Howard Slade, formerly a member of a brokerage firm doing business at 71 Broadway, lives at 152 East Thirty-fifth Street, and has a summer home at Oyster Bay. Eugene Norwood lives at 426 Madison Avenue. Mrs. Rathbone is the wife of Joel Rathbone, vice-president of the National Surety Company of 115 Broadway, and lives at 112 East Sixty-first Street.
    Carlisle Norwood, father of the children, is a member of the Metropolitan Club, the Lawyers' Club, the Down-Town Club, and was one of the founders of the St. Nicholas Society.
  1127. New York Death Newspaper Extracts 1801-1890, p 48. Monday, March 5, 1883: Sun. 4th Erskine s. Carlisle Norwood, Jr of Yonkers.
  1128. St. Nicholas Society Records. Eugene Norwood b. 3 July 1880.
  1129. Federal Census, 1900, New York. Joel Rathbone, head, b.Sept 1869, 30, married 5 years, b. RI, both parents b. NY, Stock Trading Co., renting home;
    Josephine N, wife, 27, b. Aug 1872, married 5 years, one child born/surviving, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Carlisle N, son, 4, b. July 1895, b. NY, father b. RI, mother b. NY;
    Carlisle Norwood, father-in-law, 54, b. Mar 1846, married 29 years, b. NY, both parents b. NY, lawyer;
    Ethel J Norwood, mother-in-law, 48, b. Jun 1851, married 29 years, had seven children, five surviving;
    Louisa, sister-in-law, 25, b. May 1875, single, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Eugene, brother-in-law, 17, b. Jul 1886, single, at school, b. NY, both parents b. NY;.
  1130. St. Nicholas Society Records. Eugene Norwood, b. 3 July 1880, elected 2 Dec 1907, d. 12 Oct 1972.
  1131. St. Nicholas Society Records. Eugene Norwood d.12 Oct 1972.
  1132. Federal Census, 1860, New York City. Carlisle (Crlille) Norwood, 46, president Insurance Co, b. NY;
    Louisa S, 40, b. NY;
    Margaret, 16, attending school, b. NY;
    Carlisle, 14, attending school, b. NY;
    Louise, 12, attending school, b. NY;
    Catharine, 9, attending school, b. NY;
    Lewis, 7, b. NY;
    Francis Murrins, 25, coachman, $1,400, b. Canada;
    Ann Kerr, 19, servant, b. Ireland;
    Ellen, Cley, 28, servant, b. Ireland.
  1133. Federal Census, 1860, New York City, 1860, Ossining, Westchester, NY; Roll: M653_880; Page: 8; Image: 13; FHLFilm: 803880.
  1134. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Buried in vault 69 2 Sept 1891.
  1135. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Louisa Norwood, buried 2 Sept 1891.
  1136. Federal Census, 1900, California, ED 168, Sheet No. 6. Living on Golden Gate Avenue with daughter June, occupation listed as Stock Broker. Census sheet very difficult to read, but seems to state is widowed. June shows no occupation.
  1137. Federal Census, 1880, California, ED 54. Married, living alone, occupation listed as copyist, gives mother's birthplace as Connecticut.
  1138. City Directory. Norwood, Tallmadge, loan and real estate agt, 385 Lawrence, r 352 Wasola.
  1139. Federal Census, 1870, Illinois, Ward 9, Cook Co, Il, Roll M593_204;Page 207; Image 414. Tallmadge Norwood, with family, wife Emma, sons Tallmadge, Andrew and William 6 months - born the previous December in New York or New Jersey (evidently did not survive long - never reappears in census reports). Tallmadge's occupation is Broker and the value of his personal estate is $100.
  1140. Federal Census, 1860, New York City, NY Ward 9, Dist 4 Roll M653_796; Page 264; Image 266. Tallmadge Norwood is listed as age 23, born in New York - included in listing are parents Andrew (stock broker) and Mary, sisters Mary and Emily - and two Irish servants.
  1141. New York Times Newpaper, October 1, 1861, Page 2. Tallmadge Norwood is listed with other supporters of the candidacy of F L Vulte for Sheriff of New York.
  1142. Passenger List, SS Pacific, September 4, 1854, M237; roll 145, list number 1186. Traveling with his mother and sisters, returning from Liverpool, England to the US,. Passenger List, SS Pacific, September 4, 1854, M237; roll 145, list number 1186, Traveling with his mother and sisters, returning from Liverpool, England to the US, he was 18 at the time. his mother 35, Mary 16 and Emily 13.
  1143. San Francisco City Directory, 1870. Norwood, Tallmadge, stockbroker office 419 California, dwl 634 Sutter.
  1144. San Francisco City Directory, 1868/9. Norwood, Tallmadge (Pritchard & Norwood) dwl 244 Taylor.
  1145. San Francisco City Directory, 1886. Norwood, Tallmadge, accountant, 56 Nevada Block, r. 1010 Vallejo.
  1146. San Francisco City Directory, 1893. Norwood, Tallmadge, r. 1107 Van Ness.
  1147. San Francisco City Directory, 1904. Norwood, Tallmadge, r 1237 Geary.
  1148. San Francisco City Directory, 1899. Norwood, Tallmadge, r. 807 Golden Gate Ave.
  1149. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA, Local Reg No. 2150. Tallmadge Norwood, date of birth: March 6, 1857; date of death: April 23, 1911.
  1150. Norwood Family Bible. Births: Tallmadge Norwood, March 6, 1837 at No 2 Bond St, New York City.
  1151. Norwood Family Bible. Births: The above children of Andrew G and Mary F Norwood and were each baptised by Rev. Erskine Mason in New York City.
  1152. National Archives and Records Administration, Accessed on footnote.com - Passports and Applications 1795-1905. 2920
    Be pleased to file blanks in passport issue copy of ???
    Description of Mr. Tallmadge Norwood
    Age: 15
    Stature: 5 ft 5 Inches, English
    Forehead: medium
    Eyes: black
    Nose: Rather full
    Mouth: Medium
    Chin: Full
    Hair: Brown
    Complexion: Dark
    Face: Full Signature Tallmadge Norwood.
  1153. City Directory - New York, 1857 p 622. Norwood, Tallmadge, clerk, 83 Beaver, h 152 W 14th.
  1154. City Directory, p. 542. Norwood, Tallmadge, broker, 66 Beaver, h 166 W. 14th.
  1155. Federal Census, 1860, New York City, 1860, NY Ward 9, Dist 4, NY, NY; Roll: M653_796; Page: 264; Image: 266. Andrew, 47, stock broker, $13,000, $10,000, b. NY;
    Mary, 43, b. NY;
    Tallmadge, 23, b. NY;
    Mary, 21, b. NY;
    Emily, 18, b. NY;
    Therese Lyons, 55, domestic, b. Ireland;
    Margaret O'Donnell, 20, domestic, b. Ireland.
  1156. US IRS Tax Assessment, Roll Title: District 8; NARA Series: M603 Roll: 83. Talmadge Norwood, Jr (sic), New York, 1864
    Legacy is taxed as $5,000 - total tax was $75

    Legacy from Grandfather Tallmadge.

  1157. US IRS Tax Assessment, NARA Series: M603; NARA Roll: 83. Talmadge Norwood, New York, 1864
    Legacy Nephew $500 - taxed $7.50.
  1158. New York Times Newspaper, 22 Oct 1864, St. James Hotel. The copartnership heretofore existing under the firm of A. G. NORWOOD & CO., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. A. G. Norwood is alone authorized to sign in liquidation.
    A. G. Norwood
    Tallmadge Norwood
    J N T Levick.
  1159. US IRS Tax Assessment, NARA Series: M779; Roll: 2. Tallmadge Norwood; Nevada; 1866; Annual List; May 1866; Austin, NV

    Norwood, Tallmadge, Austin, Gold watches; Abstract #272; Quantity: 2; Rate: $1.00; Assessment: $2.00 - No total tax listed.

  1160. Reese River Reveille, 8 Nov 1866. ELECTION RETURNS: ...County officers...Superintendent of Public Schools - Yankee Blade Precinct: Norwood, 26; Massey 25; Rock Point Precinct: Norwood 7, Massey 12; Millville Precinct: Norwood 18, Massey 19; Geneva Precinct: Norwood 7, Massey 3; Metacom Precinct: Norwood 8, Massey 11; Grass Valley Precinct: Norwood 4, Massey 13; Cortez Township: Norwood 27, Massey 24; Simpson Park Precinct: Norwood 14, Massey 8; Ruby Valley Township: Norwood 15, Massey 3;.
  1161. Thompson & West, History of Nevada (Oakland, Calif, 1881), p 464. County Superintendents of School: T. Norwood elected Nov 6, 1866, resinged and J S Slauson appointed April 2, 1867 to fill vacancy.
  1162. City Directory, San Francisco, published by Henry G Langley, p 372. Norwood Tallmadge, clerk with Alsop & Co., dwl Occidental Hotel.
  1163. City Directory, San Francisco, published by Henry G Langley, p 425. Norwood Tallmadge, (Pritchard & Norwood) dwl 244 Taylor.
  1164. City Directory, San Francisco, published by Henry G Langley, p 684. Brokers - Money and Stocks: Norwood, Tallmadge, 419 California.
  1165. City Directory, Nichols & Cutshaw, pp 40, 187. Norwood, Tallmadge, cashier Mechanic's Savings Bank, r277 Welton
    MECHANIC'S BANK. George Bucklin, proprietor; Tallmadge Norwood, Cashier, 385 Lawrence.
  1166. City Directory, p. 185. Norwood, Tallmadge, loan and real estate agt, 385 Lawrence, r 352 Wasoola.
  1167. City Directory, p. 185. 1876 - Denver, CO - Norwood, Tallmadge, loan and real estate agt, 385 Lawrence, r 352 Wasoola.
  1168. Peffer George Anthony, If They Don't Bring Their Women Here (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1999), pp 97, 98. ..."For example, Tallmadge Norwood's survey of Enumeration District 54 in the Sixth Ward discovered an inordinate number of women who claimed to be dressmakers. For 143 of them, most of whom were whites born in either Europe or the United States, he wrote "Dressmaker?" in the occupational box..."White respondents, all but one of whom were single, divorced, or widowed, might have issued "Dressmaker" claims to frustrate a young census taker for their own amusement. Yet regardless of Norwood's likely abilitiy to perceive tone and mannerisms as well as language, compilers of the final census tabulation dismissed his suspicions and counted none of the women as prostitutes.".
  1169. Federal Census, 1880, California, 1880 San Francisco, SF, CA - Roll: T9_74; Family History Film: 1254074; Page: 689.1000; Enumeration District: 54; Image: 0299. Norwood, Tallmadge, 43, lodger, married, copyist, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. Conn.
  1170. City Directory, San Francisco, 1881, p 718. Norwood, Tallmadge, accountant, r. 711 California.
  1171. City Directory, San Francisco, 1882, p 732. Norwood, Tallmadge, accountant, 74 Nevada Block, r. 55 South Park.
  1172. City Directory, San Francisco, 1883, p 807. Norwood, Tallmadge, accountant, 621 Clay, room 1, r. 58 South Park.
  1173. City Directory, San Francisco, 1883, p 1105 (Business Directory). ACCOUNTANTS: Norwood, Tallmadge, 621 Clay.
  1174. City Directory, San Francisco, 1884, p 1. Accountants: Norwood Tallmadge, 621 Clay.
  1175. City Directory, San Francisco, 1884, p 1157 (Business Directory). ACCOUNTANTS: Norwood, Tallmadge, 621 Clay.
  1176. City Directory, San Francisco, 1885, p 885. Norwood, Tallmadge, bookkeeper, r. 58 South Park.
  1177. City Directory, San Francisco, 1885, p 885. Norwood, Tallmadge, Jr., bookkeeper, r. 58 South Park.
  1178. City Directory, San Francisco, 1886, p 81. Accountants: Norwood T, 36 Nevada Block.
  1179. City Directory, San Francisco, 1886, p 904. Norwood, Tallmadge, accountant, 56 Nevada Block, r. 1010 Vallejo.
  1180. City Directory, San Francisco, 1888, p 721. BROKERS - MINING STOCKS: Norwood Tallmadge, 314 Montgomery.
  1181. City Directory, p. 908. Norwood, Tallmadge, (Gray, Norwood & Co.) r. 201 Turk.
  1182. City Directory, San Francisco, 1887, p 541. Gray, Norwood & Co (Hamilton W Gray, Tallmadge Norwood and Henry Gray) stockbrokers, 337 Pine. San Francisco Bulletin, 15 Feb 1878, p 3--On behalf of the stockholders of the San Francisco Cigar Box Company, Otto Kloppenburg has filed a complaint in the Twelfth District Court against Hamilton Gray and others, to set aside a judgment and execution in a suit brought by Gray against the corporation with the alleged fraudulent intention of getting control of the stock by forced sale. ['Nuff said.].
  1183. City Directory, San Francisco, 1888, p 901. Norwood, Tallmadge, stockbroker, 314 Montgomery, room 7, r. 201 Turk.
  1184. City Directory, San Francisco, 1889, p 1002. Norwood, Tallmadge, r. 126 Golden Gate Av.
  1185. City Directory, San Francisco.
  1186. City Directory, San Francisco, 1890, p 1010. Norwood, Tallmadge, r. 27 Stanly Pl.
  1187. The California 1890 Great Register of Voter Index, Vol III, p 22. Tallmadge Norwood, 53, b. NY, res 31 5th, San Francisco, SF, reg date 8 Aug 1890, p D36/P6.
  1188. City Directory, San Francisco, 1891, p 1053. Norwood Talmadge, bookkeeper, r. 33, 5th.
  1189. City Directory, San Francisco, 1892, p 1054. Norwood, Tallmadge, r. 1107 Van Ness Av.
  1190. City Directory, San Francisco, 1893, p 1074. Norwood, Tallmadge, r. 1107 Van Ness Av.
  1191. City Directory, San Francisco, 1894, 1079. Norwood, Tallmadge, r. 1107 Van Ness Av.
  1192. City Directory, San Francisco, 1895, p 1180. Norwood, Tallmadge, r. 1107 Van Ness Av.
  1193. City Directory, p. 1307. Norwood Tallmadge, r. 307 Golden Gate Av.
  1194. Federal Census, 1900, California, 1900 San Francisco, SF, CA - Roll: T623 104; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 168. Norwood, Pallmo, head, Mar 1837, 65, widowed, b. NY, both parents b. NY, stock broker; June, daughter, b. May 1874, 26, single, b. Utah, father b. NY, mother b. Wis, no occupation listed.
  1195. Federal Census, 1910, California, 1910 San Francisco, SF, CA - Roll: T624_101; Page 1B; Enumeration District: 294; Image: 1448. Tallmadge Norwood, father-in-law, 73, widowed, b. NY, both parents b. NY, no occupation - living in home of Nathan C Paddock, husband of daughter June Norwood.
  1196. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA. Local Registered No. 2150
    Cause of death, Atheroma of arteries at base of brain
    Cremation Apr 25, 1911, 1OOF Crematory - Undertaker, McGill Bros., 1825 Eddy Street, SF
    Copy of cert in file.
  1197. Norwood Family Bible. Deaths: Tallmadge Norwood, Sr April 23rd, 1911, San Francisco.
  1198. Cremation Record, IOOF, San Francisco, CA. Tallmadge Norwood, b. NY, male, age 74y 1m 17d, died in SF, cause: afheroma of arteries of brain, d. 23 April 1911 - cert #9801.
  1199. San Francisco IOOF Crematory Records, p 255. Norwood, Tallmadge, b. NY, 74y 1m 17d, d. San Francisco, CA, cause of death: artheroma of arteries of brain, d. 4/23/1911, cert #9801.
  1200. Vernon A Deubler, San Francisco Probate 1906-1942: Register of Actions (Oakland, CA: California Genealogical Society, 2010), Vol 2. Andrew 7795 D 1909
    Tallmadge 70070 D 1935
    Tallmadge, Jr. 11229 D 1911.
  1201. Federal Census, 1900, California. Agness had been married for 16 years at the time of the census, June 1900.
  1202. Federal Census, 1900, California, San Francisco Roll: T623 100; Page: 24; Enumeration Dist: 35. Agness Norwood, age 46, living with mother Hannah Fullard, born Sept 1859, married 16 years, no children, no occupation. Address is on Mission Street.
  1203. Federal Census, 1870, California, San Francisco; Roll M593_81; Page: 159; Image: 321. Agness, 10 years old, living with parents, William and Hannah, two siblings - brother William, age 16, and sister Mary aged 14. Father's occupation is shipping master and he and his wife were born in New York. They appear to run a boarding house because there are seven people who are unrelated living with them, and one Irish maid. The house is in the 1st Precinct - Ward 7.
  1204. City Directory, San Francisco, 1882, p 415. Fullard, Agnes Miss, copyist J. A. Benson, r 55 South Park.
  1205. Federal Census, 1900, California, 1900 San Francisco, SF, CA; Roll: T623.100; Page: 24; ED: 35. Fullard, Hannah I, head, b. Oct 1834, 65, widowed, had 5 children, 1 surviving, b. NY, both parents b. NY, lodging house keeper;
    Norwood, Agnes, daughter, b. Sept 1859, 40, married for 16 years, no children, b. CA, both parents b. NY, no occupation;
    11 lodgers listed.
    Address is 944 Mission Street.
  1206. San Francisco Chronicle, 18 May 1902, p. 22. NORWOOD - In this city, May 16, Agnes F., wife of Tallmadge Norwood, a native of San Francisco, aged 43 years.
  1207. Reese River Reveille. MARRIED: In this city, April 2d, by W. H. Beatty, District Judge, Tallmadge Norwood to Emma M. Campbell.
  1208. Norwood Family Bible. Marriages: Tallmadge Norwood to Emma Malina Campbell April 2d 1866 at Austin, Nevada.
  1209. City Directory, San Francisco, published by Henry G Langley, p 473. Norwood, Tallmadge, stockbroker, office 419 California, dwl 634 Sutter.
  1210. Federal Census, 1870, Illinois, 1870 Chicago Ward 9, Cook, IL Roll: M593_204; Pge: 207; Image: 414. Tallmadge Norwood, 34, broker, b. NY, $100; Emma, 27, keep house, b. WI; Talmadge, 4. b. NV; Andrew, 2, b. Cal; Wm, 6 mos, b. NY (Dec).
  1211. City Directory, p. 719. Norwood Tallmadge (M F Scannell & Co.), r. 351 W. Monroe.
  1212. City Directory, Nichols & Cutshaw, pp 40, 187. Norwood, Tallmadge, cashier Mechanic's Savings Bank, r277 Welton
    MECHANIC'S BANK. George Bucklin, proprietor; Tallmadge Norwood, Cashier, 385 Lawrence.
  1213. Federal Census, 1880, Nevada, ED 33. Emma Norwood, head of household, 38 yrs old, designated divorced. Occupation: Postmistress. All four children with her, but her mother and father are stated as coming from Indiana where they were married, though her father was born in PA, her mother in Ohio, and although it states she is from Wisconsin, it also states the children's father was also from Wisconsin. Tallmadge Norwood was born in New York.
  1214. Death Certificate, City and County of Los Angeles, CA. No information included on Death Certificate except date and place.
  1215. Federal Census, 1870, Illinois, Ward 9, page 413, Cook County.
  1216. Death Certificate, City and County of Los Angeles, CA.
  1217. Evergreen Memorial Park, Letter, Evergreen MemorialCare, Inc, Dated Oct 12, 2006. States that Emma was interred January 26, 1881 and she was 40 years old when she passed.
  1218. Federal Census, 1880, Nevada, Belmont, Nye, NV; Roll: T9-759; Family History Film: 1254759; Page: 1B; Enumeration District: 33; Image: 0004. Emma Norwood, 38 years old.
  1219. Federal Census, 1850, Wisconsin, 1850, Rochester, Racine, WI; Roll: M432_1004; Page: 184; Image: 364. Peter, 42, landlord, real estate $6,000, born in PA;
    Elizabeth, 28, born Ohio;
    Adelia, 10, attending school, born WI;
    Emma, 8, attending school, born WI;
    Wm, 6, attending school, born WI;
    Charles Midle, 28, clerk, born Norway;
    Thomas Morse, 22, no occupation, born England;
    ?? Morse, 16, born England.
  1220. Racine County, Wisconsin Land Records, Deed Book 46, p 481. Caleb P Barns appointed as guardian of Adelia T. and Emma M. Campbell after the death of their father, Peter Campbell.
    "Know all men by these Presents that I Caleb P Barns Guardian of Adelia T. Emma M. and William H. Campbell minor children and heirs at law of Peter Campbell late of the Town of Rochester in the County of Racine and State of Wisconsin deceased, by virtue and in pursuance of an order of license made by the County Court in and for said County in probate on the 3rd day of June 1857..." No probate files for Peter Campbell survive in Racine County.
  1221. Federal Census, 1860, Wisconsin, 1860, Rochester, Racine, WI - Roll: M653_1426; Page: 859; Image: 474. Elizabeth Campbell, 40, landlady, real estate $5,000, personal $200; born Ohio;
    Delia L, 19, music teacher;
    Emma, 18, milliner apprentice;
    Wm H, 16, bartender - all three born in Wisconsin;
    George Scales 28, NH, musician;
    Julia Scales 20, SC; George Jr, 1, born IL;
    Andrew Scamore, 27, cigar maker, NY;
    Mary A Scamore, 23, NY;
    Harman, 3, IL.
  1222. Racine County, Wisconsin Land Records, Deed Book 44, p 312. Elizabeth Campbell sells land in Rochester, Racine, WI to her two daughters, Adelia L and Emma M Campbell for the sum of $2500. Land in question consistes of SE Quarter of Section 3 and the west half of Section 2 and appears to be land originally purchased from Levi Godfrey.
  1223. Rhode Island Genealogy Web Site, 1865 Catalogue, East Greenwich Academy - Student List. Students...Mattie A. Burdick, Adelia L. Campbell, Emma N. Campbell, Louise M. Cargill...
  1224. Racine County, Wisconsin Land Records, Deed Book 46, pp 480-481.
  1225. Racine County, Wisconsin Land Records. Sale of land by Caleb H Patterson atty for Adelia and Emma Campbell - $2,500 - land purchased from Elizabeth Campbell.
  1226. Postmaster Appointment Record, Records from NARA filed in large file. Belmont: Henry P Stimler, 5 Jan 1876; Emma M Norwood, 5 Jan 1880; Henry P Stimler, 30 Sept 1880.

    (By September 1880, Emma had contracted TB, quit her job, packed up her family - including her mother who was ranching in Monitor Valley, and moved to Los Angeles, CA in hopes of a cure. She died 25 July 1881.).

  1227. Belmont Courier Newspaper, Belmont, Nye, NV, 17 Jan 1880. Change in the Belmont Postoffice: Mrs. Emma M. Norwood was , on the 5th instant, appointed Postmistress of Belmont, vice Henry P Stimler, resigned. Mrs. Norwood received her appointment on Thrusday, and is the first lady that ever received such an appointment in this State. She has acted as Mr. Stimler's deputy for several months, has a thorough knowledge of the business, and will doubtless discharge the duties of the office in a creditable manner. As to the retiring Postmaster we will say that ever since his first appointment (November 15, 1867) he has faithfully performed the duties of his office, and during his long official term no complaint was ever made against him, which is a great deal to say about a Postmaster these days. We hope that Mrs. Norwood will meet with the same success, and that she will we have not the least doubt.
  1228. Belmont Courier Newspaper, Belmont, Nye, NV, 24 Jan 1880. Mrs. Emma M Norwood has qualified as Postmistress of Belmont, she having given the required bonds.
  1229. Federal Census, 1880, Nevada, Belmont, Nye, NV Roll: T9_759; Family History Film: 1254759; Page: 1.2000; Enumeration Dist: 33; Iamge: 0004. Emma Norwood, 38, postmistress, divorced, b. WI, place of birth of parents unreadable, but it looks like Indiana - the place of their marriage; Talmadge, 13, son, at school, b. NV; Andrew, 10, son, at school, b. CA; Mary, 8, daughter, at school, b. IL; June, 6, daughter, at school. All kids - father b. CA, mother b. WI.
  1230. Belmont Courier Newspaper, Belmont, Nye, NV, 16 Oct 1880. Mrs. Norwood having tendered her resignation as Postmistress of Belmont, Mr. Henry P Stimler has been appointed to take her place. Previous to Mrs. Norwood taking charge of the office Mr Stimler had filled the poisiton of Postmaster of Belmont for a number of years, and during all that time he gave entire satisfaction to the people. He knows all about the postal business and he will undoubtedly discharge the duties of the office in a manner that will prove satisfactory to all of our people.
  1231. Belmont Courier Newspaper, Belmont, Nye, NV, 30 Oct 1880. Henry P Stimler, the newly appointed Postmaster of Belmont, will take possession of the Postoffice on Monday morning next. The retiring Postmistress, Mrs. Norwood, acquitted herself admirably during the time she has been in the office and proved beyond a doubt that a lady can run a postoffice to the satisfaction of the people.
  1232. Belmont Courier Newspaper, Belmont, Nye, NV, January 8, 1881. Mrs. Emma M Norwood and children departed for California on Thursday morning.
  1233. Belmont Courier Newspaper, Belmont, Nye, NV, 8 Jan 1881. Mrs. Emma M Norwood and children departed for California on Thursday morning.
  1234. Tuberculosis & the Politics of Exclusion, P 15. Emma Campbell Norwood was a divorced mother of four children ages six to thirteen when tuberculosis struck in 1880. Her mother left the farm she had recent bought in Nevada to accompany her daughter and granchildren to Burbank.

    The original information about Emma, and her futile fight with tuberculosis, was provided to the author. However, without cutting too fine a point the following facts are accurate - Emma Campbell Norwood was a "separated" mother of four children, ages six to thirteen, when the advancement of her tuberculosis forced her to resign her job in 1880, and left for Los Angeles, with her children to seek treatment. Her mother, who was buying and selling land all the time, went back and forth between Smoky Valley and Belmont Nevada and Los Angeles in order to assist her. They did not live in Burbank; they lived in the city of Los Angeles. Elizabeth eventually purchased lots in Burbank as an investment.

  1235. Death Certificate, City and County of Los Angeles, CA, Book 1 Line 27. No information given on the death certificate except the date and the location 25 July 1881 Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA.
  1236. Evergreen Memorial Park, Letter, Evergreen MemorialCare, Inc. Emma N. Norwood interred here January 26, 1881 in Lot 1472, Section J.

    (The death certificate and the Norwood bible both state her death was in July, not January - must assume that the cemetery record is incorrect.).

  1237. Norwood Family Bible. Deaths: Emma M Norwood wife of Tallmadge Norwood - July 25, 1881 in Los Angeles, Cal - handwritten in bible.
  1238. Belmont Courier Newspaper, Belmont, Nye, NV, 13 Aug 1881. Mrs. Emma M Norwood, formerly Postmistress of Belmont, died at Los Angeles, Cal, on the 26th ultimo. Deceased had been ill for several years. She leaves a mother, husband and four children to mourn her loss.
  1239. Los Angeles City Deaths 1877-1892, p 204. NORWOOD, Emma M 25-Jul-81 White 40y F b. WI.
  1240. Evergreen Memorial Park, Letter, Evergreen MemorialCare, Inc. Emma N. Norwood interred January 26, 1881 in Lot 1472, Section J. She was 40 years old when she passed. This date contradicts the death certificate from Los Angeles County, which is a primary source. Because of the similarities in dates, the July date seems more reasonable, but it is not conclusive. A visit to the cemetery to verify will hopefully confirm the dates.
  1241. San Francisco City Directory, 1899. Norwood, Andrew S, clerk r 807 Golden Gate Ave.
  1242. San Francisco City Directory, 1904. Norwood, Andrew S, clk, r. 1201 Gough.
  1243. San Francisco City Directory, 1893. Norwood, Andrew S, clerk, r 946 Mission.
  1244. San Francisco City Directory, 1886. Norwood, Andrew S, clerk, r 1010 Vallejo.
  1245. Norwood Family Bible. Birth: Andrew Siecles Norwood, April 19th 1868, 759 Market St, San Francisco, Cal, 2 PM.
  1246. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA, State Index No - 191 162; Loc Reg No - 4151. Andrew Norwood died at the French Hospital in San Francisco on Aug 11, 1908. Cause of death: pulmonary laryngeal tuberculosis. He had been in the hospital for 18 days before his death - had been a home at 2526 California St, San Francisco prior to that. He was single, b. March 6, 1868 and was 40 yrs, 5 mos and 5 dys at death. His occupation was clerk. His father was Tallmadge Norwood, b. NY; mother was Emma M Campbell, b. WI. Informant: Tallmadge Norwood, 2526 California St, San Francisco, CA.
  1247. City Directory, San Francisco, 1884, p 840. Norwood, Andrew S, clerk Langley & Michaels, r. 53 South Park.
  1248. City Directory, San Francisco, 1885, p 885. Norwood, Andrew, clerk, Langley & Michaels, r. 58 South Park.
  1249. City Directory, San Francisco, 1887, p 908. Norwood, Andrew S, clerk Langley & Michaels, r 201 Turk.
  1250. City Directory, San Francisco, 1888, p 901. Norwood, Andrew S, clerk T Norwood, r 201 Turk.
  1251. City Directory, San Francisco, 1889, p 1002. Norwood A., clerk, r 609 Pine.
  1252. The California 1890 Great Register of Voter Index, Vol III, p D36/P7. Andrew Sickles Norwood, 22, b. CA, res 946 Mission, San Francisco, reg date 13 Oct 1890, p D37/P7.
  1253. City Directory, San Francisco, 1893, p 1074. Norwood, Andrew S, clerk, r. 946 Mission.
  1254. City Directory, San Francisco, 1894, p 1079. Norwood, Andrew S, salesman, r. 1107 Van Ness Av.
  1255. City Directory, San Francisco, 1895, p 1180. Norwood, Andrew S., clerk, r. 1107 Van Ness Av.
  1256. Los Angeles Herald, Vol XXVIII, No 233, 21 May 1901. Elizabeth Wilson to Tallmadge Norwood, Andrew Norwood, June Norwood, Mary Steven - Lots 6, 8 and 10, block 40; lot 16, block 60; lot 11, block 24; lots 9 and 11, block 32; lots 7, 9, 11 and 13, block 52, Burbank; lot 10, Buhler tract, and all personal property of 1st party.
  1257. Norwood Family Bible. Deaths: Andrew Sicles Norwood son of Tallmadge Norwood Aug 11, 1908 in San Francisco, Calif.
  1258. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA, State Index No. - 191 162; Local Reg No. - 4151. Andrew Norwood died at the French Hospital in San Francisco on Aug 11, 1908. Cause of death: pulmonary laryngeal tuberculosis. He had been in the hospital for 18 days before his death - had been a home at 2526 California St, San Francisco prior to that. He was single, was employed as a clerk, b. March 6, 1868 and was 40 yrs, 5 mos and 5 dys at death. His father was Tallmadge Norwood, b. NY; mother was Emma M Campbell, b. WI. Informant: Tallmadge Norwood, 2526 California St, San Francisco, CA.
  1259. Cremation Record, IOOF, San Francisco. Norwood, Andrew, b. CA, male, age 40y 5m 5d, died in SF, cause: tuberculosis, d. 11 Aug 1908, cert #7543.
  1260. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA, State Index No - 191 162; Loc Reg No - 4151. He was cremated, Aug 13, 1808; undertaker: McGuinn Bros, 1826 Eddy St, San Francisco, CA.
  1261. San Francisco IOOF Crematory Records, p. 254. Norwood, Andrew, b. CA; aged: 406 5m 5d; d. San Francisco; cause of death: Tuberculosis; d. 8/11/1908; cert #7543.
  1262. Norwood Family Bible. Births: William Campbell Norwood, Janry 5th, 1870 at East Chester NY (Orange Co.) 12 M.
  1263. Norwood Family Bible. Deaths: William Campbell Norwood Dec 21, 1870 in Chicago, Ill., son of Tallmadge & Emma Norwood.
  1264. Norwood Family Bible. Births: Mary Tallmadge Norwood, July 26th 1838 at 90 7th St, New York City.
  1265. Proquest, New York Times Newpaper, September 26, 1890, Page 5. HOWELL - At Davos, Switzerland, Sept. 20, 1890, MARY N., wife of Richard S. Howell and daughter of the late Andrew G. Norwood of this city. Interment at Geneva, Switzerland.
  1266. Proquest, New York Times Newpaper, September 26, 1890, P 5. HOWELL - At Davos, Switzerland, Sept. 20, 1890, MARY N., wife of Richard S. Howell and daughter of the late Andrew G. Norwood of this city. Interment at Geneva, Switzerland.
  1267. Proquest, New York Times Newpaper, June 6, 1867, Page 5. HOWELL - NORWOOD. On Tuesday, June 4, by Rev. Mr. Sabine, Richard Stockton Howell, of Philadelphia, to Mary Tallmadge, eldest daughter of Andrew G. Norwood, of this city.
  1268. Norwood Family Bible. Marriages: Mary Tallmadge Norwood to Richard Stockton Howell, June 4th, 1867 at 236 W 14th St, New York City.
  1269. New York City Records, Marriage License - accessed on http://italiangen.org/NYC - bride and groom index. Howell, Richard S, m. "May Norwewood" June 4 1856, Manhattan, NY, NY; marriage certificate #3218.
  1270. US Passport Application, #242-9, March 23, 1891. Richard S. Howell, b. PA 15 June 1834, residence: Washington, DC, no occupation.
  1271. US Passport Application, #24209, March 23, 1891. Richard S. Howell, b. PA 15 June 1834, residence: Washington, DC, no occupation.
  1272. The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, Vol II, p 322. 2- Dau.(sic) of Richard Stockton Howell (1834-93, apt. in Civil War; m. 1867, Mary Tallmadge Norwood (1838-1890); issue: I - Mary (1868-1871); II - Emily Trevor (above); III - Augusta (1879-1884).
  1273. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Name: Mary T Howell; Age 2 yrs; Birthplace: New York; Date of Death: 24 Jul 1870.
  1274. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Date of Death: 24 Jul 1870; Place of Death: Burlington, NJ; Cause of Death: Cholera Infantum; Physician: Charles P Russel.
  1275. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Mary Howell buried 26 Jul 1870.
  1276. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Age at death: 4 yrs, 7mos 6 day; date of death: 11 Feb 1884 - according to this calculation the date of birth would be 5 July 1879.
  1277. New Jersey Births and Christenings, 1660-1980, Indexing Project #C05085-5; System Origin: New Jersey-EASy; Film #: 494190; Ref #: #2Morris Co pH-K #10. Howell; femaile; dob: 31 Jul 1880; place: Morristown, Morris, New Jersey; father: Richd S. Howell, 45; mother: Norwood, 40.
  1278. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. August Howell, 4 yrs, 7 mos, 6 days, New York; date of death: 11 Geb 1884; place of death: 16 East 37th St, NYC; interment date: 11 Feb 1884; cause of death: diphtheria.
  1279. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY, Vault 69. Augusta Howell, buried 11 Feb 1884.
  1280. Norwood Family Bible. Births: Emily Norwood, Aug 26, 1841 at home - Poughkeepsie, NY.
  1281. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 107, No 4, Oct 1976, p 227.
  1282. New York Herald-Tribune, 15 May 1892, p 13. AMERICAN MILLIONAIRES; ORIGIN OF FORTUNES; LINES FO BUSINESS IN WHICH MEN HAVE MADE A MILLION:
    MRS. JOHN TREVOR - From her husband. Made in banking, railroads and stocks.
    MARY T. TREVOR - From her father, John B Trevor. Made in banking, railroads and stocks.
    EMILY H. TREVOR - From her father, John B. Trevor. Made in banking, railroads and stocks.
  1283. New York Herald-Tribune, 27 Apr 1894, p 7. MRS. TREVOR'S GIFT TO A HOSPITAL: Mrs. John B. Trevor, widow of John B. Trevor, of the banking house of Colgate & Trevor, this city, has given $40,000 to endow the J. B. Trevor Ward of the Riverside Hospital, Yonkers. This is in addition to a gift to the hospital of $13,000 made a few months ago. The hospital stands in Ashburton-ave. It was erected at a cost of $150,000 by W W Cochran, president of the Smith Carpet Company, and son-in-law of the late A B Smith. Mrs. Trevor's son last year presented to the Baptist congregation a parsonage costing $150,000.
  1284. New York Herald-Tribune, 26 May 1899, p 5. INCIDENTS IN SOCIETY: Mrs. John B. Trevor, who has occupied her house in East Thirty-seventh-st. nearly all winter, with occasional visits to her country home, Glenview, at Yonkers, NY, has decided to spend the summer at Bar Harbor, where with her daughter, Miss Emily Trevor, she will go about the second week in June.
  1285. Norwood Family Bible. Marriages: Emily Norwood to John B Trevor, Oct 11, 1870 at Brussels, Belgium.
  1286. Commercial Advertiser Newspaper, 1870-10-31, p 3. MARRIED: TREVOR - NORWOOD - In Brussels, Belgium, Oct. 11, John B. Trevor to Emily, daughter of Andrew G. Norwood, of New York.
  1287. New York Herald-Tribune, 9 Nov 1870, p 3. PASSENGERS ARRIVED -- FROM LIVERPOOL -- In steamship Nevada, Nov. 3 - John B. Trevor and wife...Andrew G Norwood...
  1288. Federal Census, 1880, New York, 1880, Yonkers, Westchester, NY; Roll: T9_947; Family History Film: 1254947; Page: 593.1000; Enum Dist: 141; Image: 0709. J B Trevor, 50, banker, b PA, both parent b. PA; Emily N, 38, keeping house, b. NY, both parents b. NY; Henry G, 15, son, at school; Mary T, 8 daughter; Emily H, 5, daughter; John B Jr, 1 - all children b. NY, father b. PA, mother b. NY; Sarah Shieds, 55, nurse, b. Ireland; Rosanna Bonner, 60, servant, b. Ireland; Barbara Murphy, 20, servant, b. Ireland; Mary Conray, 49, servant, b. Ireland; Annie McCue, 34, servant, b. Ireland; Mary McCarthy, 20, servant, b. Ireland; Clemence Gauilard, 28, nurse, b. France; Wm Coughlan, servant, b. Ireland; Lizzie Watson, 28, servant, b. Ireland; Mary A Mulligan, 14, servant, b. New York; Jane Kinnear, 35, servant, b. Ireland.
  1289. America's Successful Men of Affairs, Page 666. John Bond Trevor, banker, born March 27, 1822, in Philadelphia, Pa., died Dec 22, 1890, in New York City.
  1290. New York Herald-Tribune, 27 Dec 1875, p 4. PERSONAL: Mr. John B Trevor of this city has given $1,500 to Rochester University for the purchase of a telescope.
  1291. New York Herald-Tribune, 30 Dec 1890, p 7. JOHN B. TREVOR WILL FILED
    The will of the late John B Trevor, of Yonkers, was filed yesterday in the Westchester County Surrogate's Court at White Plains. The estate is estimated at from $8,000,000 to $10,000,000. The will s dated March 5, 1890, and the testator provides for the payment of all his debts and sets aside $2,500 for improving the family plot at Woodlawn Cemetery and for the erection of a monument. His wife and four children are to have the use of the house and land in Yonkers, and at the death of Mrs. Trevor the property is to be sold if deemed advisable by the executors. He leaves one-third of the estate to his wife in lien of dower, and at her death the same is to go to his four children, while the balance of the estate is to be divided into four equal parts for the benefit of his four children, Henry G., Mary To., Emily H., and John B., Jr. The will provides that his sister, Sarah A., wife of William Stewart, of Philadelphia, shall receive the yearly income of $25,000. It bequeaths $5,000 to the American Baptist Home Mission Society, $5,000 to the American Baptist Missionary Union, $1,000 to Z T Baker, an employe; $500 to John Wiffler, his gardener, and $500 to William Coughlin, his coachman. The Executors are James B. Colgate, of Yonkers; John A Stewart, of New York City; William Allen Butler, Yonkers; Colgate Horth, Yonkers.
  1292. New York Times Newspaper, 24 Dec 1890. John B Trevor, who died suddenly of heart disease a little after 10:30 o'clock Monday night, at his residence, 30 West Fifty-seventh Street, was a prominent broker of this city. He became seriously ill about the middle of September, but his condition improved and he returned to this city last Saturday from Yonkers, where he had his country residence. On Monday he went to the office of his firm, James B Colgate & Co, 36 Wall St. He dined with his family and was apparently in good spirits. He retired about 9:30 o'clock. He had partially undressed when he was seized with the fatal attack. Mr. Trevor was a native of Philadelphia and came to this city in 1849. Jam 15, 1850, he became a member of the Stock Exchange. He entered the stock brokerage business with the firm of Carpenter, Van Dyke & Trevor. Two years afterward the firm was dissolved, and in 1852 he associated himself with James B Colgate, under the title of Trevor & Colgate. In 1872, being in ill health, he retired for a time, but soon resumed his connection with the firm, which from that time existed as James B Colgate & Co. Mr Trevor early in life untied with the Sansom Street Baptist Church of Philadelphia. With his partner, Mr Colgate, he built a structure for the Warburton Avenue Baptist Church at Yonkers. He also gave widely for educational purposes, to Madison University, and more especially to Rochester University, and to the Theological Seminary of that city. Mr Trevor was twice married. His first wife was Miss Stewart, a daughter of Lispenard Stewart. His second wife survives him. She was Miss Norwood. Mr. Trevor leaves four children, two sons and two daughters. Mr Trevor was a Presidential Elector on the Republican ticket in 1880. He was at one time a Director of the Northern Pacific Railroad.
  1293. New York Times Newspaper, 24 Dec 1890. TREVOR - John B, Sr. The Empire State Society, Sons of the American Revolution, announces with deepest regret the passing of compatriot John Bond Trevor, Sr. for many years a member of the Board of Managers. Ernest S. Crosby, President, Gardner Osborn, Secretary.
  1294. New York Herald-Tribune, 25 Dec 1890, p 1. IN MEMORY OF JOHN B. TREVOR; Rochester, NY, Dec. 24 - The executive committee of the board of trustees of the university of Rochester met to-day and adopted a memorial expressing its sorrow over the death of John B. Trevor of New-York.
  1295. New York Herald-Tribune, 25 Dec 1890, p 7. DIED: TREVOR -- In this city, on the night of Monday, December 22, John B. Trevor, of Yonkers.
    Relatives and Friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral Friday morning, December 26, at 10 o'clock, at Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, corner 46th-st.
    Interment at Woodlawn
    It is kindly requested that no flowers be sent.
  1296. New York Times Newspaper, 30 Nov 1997. RESTORATION PROMISES LOOK AT 19TH-CENTURY LIFE
    YONKERS --The Hudson River Museum's $1.3 million restoration of its 120-year old Glenview Mansion is well under way here, promising a look back at life among the well-to-do and well connected. The high-Victorian house was built by the financier John Bond Trevor and is considered a prime example of Gilded Age architecture. The city of Yonkers, which bought the estate upon the death of Emily Norwood Trevor in 1922, can be thanked for turning the house into a museum and keeping the prime river property from being subdivided into 300 building lots.
    The museum is planning a kind of "Upstairs, Downstairs" educational program -- with a $100,000 grant from Leonard and Joyce Greene of Scarsdale -- to convey a sense of life in the late 19th century among the house's occupants: the Trevor family and the domestic staff, Beth Henriques, the museum's assistant director, said the program would focus on the relationships, both inside and outside the household and across the social strata.
  1297. Macy Family from 1635-1868, p 350. Edith N. b at New York, Nov 24, 1844; resides at New York.
  1298. Death Certificate, http://italiangen.org/NYCDeathSearch.asp. Edith N Park, certificate #16145; dod: 4 Jun 1899, age 56 years.
  1299. Commercial Advertiser Newspaper, 12 Nov 1869, p 3. PARK - MACY - On Thursday, Nov. 11, at the fifth avenue and Nineteenth street Church, by Rev. James O. Murray, D.D.; of the Brick Church, Noel Robertson Park and Edith Norwood, daughter of Frederick W. Macy.
  1300. New York Marriages 1600-1800s, Cert # 7153; ID #2220788394. Noah R. Park, Edith M. Macy, m. 1869, Manhattan, NY, NY.
  1301. Federal Census, 1880, New Jersey, 1880, Cranford, Union, NJ; Roll: 800; FHFilm: 1254800; Page: 198D; ED: 171; Image: 0404. Noel R Park, 35, married, commission broker, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Edith N, 35, married, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Frederick W, 9, son, at school, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Helen R, 5, daughter, at school, b. NJ, both parents b. NY;
    J. Caldwell, 3, b. NJ, both parents b. NY;
    Schuyler H, 3 mos, b. NJ both parents b. NY;
    Frederick W Macy, 71, father-in-law, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Mary Thomas, 30, servant, b. England, both parents b. England;
    Julia Trinkkaus, 13, servant, b. NY, both parents b. Germany.
  1302. Federal Census, 1900, New Jersey, 1900, Cranford, Union, NJ; Roll: T623_995; Page: 17B; ED: 91. Noel R Park, 50, widowed, b. Dec 1849, NY, both parents b. NY, broker;
    Helen, 25, daughter, b. Aug 1874, New Jersey, both parents b. NY;
    Caldwell, 22, son, b. Sept 1877 New Jersey, both parents b. NY, Civil Engineer;
    Schuyler, 19, son, b. May 1881 New Jersey, both parents b. NY, at school;
    Rufus, 17, son, b. April 1883, New Jersey, both parents b. NY, at school;
    Irene Butcher, 17, b. Jan 1882, PA, both parents b. PA, servant;
    Sarah Lee, 45, b. Aug 1854, Ireland, both parents b. Ireland, servant, immigrated 1890.
  1303. Federal Census, 1880, Union Co, New Jersey, 198.4000. Age 35, occupation: commission merchant, Father Frederick W Macy residing with family including Edith Norwood Macy, wife.
  1304. Federal Census, 1900, New Jersey. Noel R Park, 50, widowed, b. Dec 1849, NY, both parents b. NY, broker;.
  1305. Sickels Genealogy, Samford Univ., page 39.
  1306. Douglass Family Bible. Talmadge Norwood Pratt born in Martinsville(?) Jun 5th 1860.
  1307. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records of Douglass Norwood, #583190, NARA. Talmadge Norwood Pratt born in Mannsville, NY, June 5th 1860.
  1308. Illinois State Journal, 28 May 1894. THE MATRIMONIAL RECORD: PRATT-MEARNS - Cards have been received in this city announcing the appoaching marriage of Tallmadge Norwood Pratt of this city and Miss Elnora Mearns of Zion, MD. Mr. Pratt is the well known city editor of the Register, and his prospective bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abel J. Mearns of Zion, MD. She is the niece of Captain T W S Kidd.
  1309. Illinois State Journal, 31 May 1894, p. 5. Tallmadge Norwood Pratt, city editor of the Register, leaves this morning via the B & O for Zion.
  1310. Douglass Family Bible. Nellie J Pratt was born in Nicholville, NY April 18, 1862.
  1311. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records of Douglass Norwood, #583190, NARA. Nellie D Pratt was born in Nicholville, NY, April 18 1862.
  1312. Federal Census, 1870, Iowa, 1880, Ft Madison, Lee, IA, Roll: T9_350; FHFilm: 1254350; Page: 184.4000; ED: 14; Image: 0050. Pratt, Rebeca, 43, married, keeping house, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Pratt, Norwood, 20, son, single, news dealer, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Pratt Nellie, 18, single, at home, attending school, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Pratt Clarence, 6, son, single, attending school, b. IA, both parents b. NY;
    Pratt, Abigal, 67, mother, widowed, boarding, b. VT, father b. VT, mother b. NY.
  1313. Iowa State Census, 1895, Iowa State Census, 1895 - online. Nellie D Pratt, 32, white, b. NY, residence: Madison, Lee.
  1314. Douglass Family Bible. Deaths: Nellie Pratt Cook Jan 29 - 1914.
  1315. Douglass Family Bible. Clarence Schulyer Rowel Pratt born July 16th 1873 in Fort Madison, Lee Co, Iowa.
  1316. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records of Douglass Norwood, #583190, NARA. Clarence Schuyler Roosevelt Pratt born July 16, 1873, in Fort Madison, Lee Co. Iowa.
  1317. Federal Census, 1900, Iowa, 1900, Ft Madison, Madison Township, Lee, IA, Roll: T623_442; Page: 5B; ED: 71. Clarence S Pratt, 26, boarder, b. July 1873, 26, single, b. IA, both parents b. NY, mail carrier.
  1318. Douglass Family Bible. Deaths: Clarence S Pratt 11/27/1955.
  1319. Federal Census, 1930, Iowa, 1930 Ottumwa, Wapello, IA, Roll: 685; Page: 4B; ED: 9; Image: 799.0. Clarence S Pratt, head, owns home worth $10,000, has radio, 54, married, 38 when first married, b. IA, both parent b. NY, post office clerk;.
  1320. Douglass Family Bible. Clarence S Pratt & Zora Maude Edmunds were married at Ottumwa, Ia., Aug. 28, 1912.
  1321. Federal Census, 1920, Iowa, 1920, Ft Madison, Ward 3, Lee, IA, Roll: 31109_4300701; Page: 11B; ED: 84; Iamge: 91. Clarence S Pratt, 45, married, b. IA, both parents b. NY, mail carrier for the post office;
    Maude E, 35, 35, married, b. IA, both parents b. Wales, no occupation;
    Philip E, 5 and 8 mos, b. IA, both parents b. IA;
    Charlotte R, 9 mos, b. IA, both parents born IA.
  1322. Federal Census, 1930, Iowa, 1930 Ottumwa, Wapello, IA, Roll: 685; Page: 4B; ED: 9; Image: 799.0. Clarence S Pratt, head, owns home worth $10,000, has radio, 54, married, 38 when first married, b. IA, both parent b. NY, post office clerk;
    Maud E, wife, 48, married, 27 when first married, b. IA, both parents b. Wales;
    Philip E. son, 15, single, attending school, b. IA, both parents b. IA;
    Charlotte R, daughter, 10, single attending school, b. IA, both parents b. IA.
  1323. Federal Census, 1930, Iowa, 1930 Ottumwa, Wapello, IA, Roll: 685; Page: 4B; ED: 9; Image: 799.0. Maud E, wife, 48, married, 27 when first married, b. IA, both parents b. Wales;.
  1324. Douglass Family Bible. Deaths: Maude Edmunds Pratt Feb. 19 - 1948.
  1325. Douglass Family Bible. Philip E Pratt died 11/24/2004.
  1326. Norwood Genealogy from Douglas Norwood. Henry Clay Norwood September 30, 1874, death June 23, 1950, Port Townsend, WA.
  1327. Washington Death Index, 1940-1996, Death Cert #9940; accessed on Ancestry.com. Harry C Norwood, b. abt 1875, d. 23 June 1950, Port Townsend, WA; Cert #9940.
  1328. Federal Census, 1910, Oregon, 1910, Pendleton, Ward 1, Umatilla, OR; Roll: T624_1289; Page: 4B; ED: 0253; Image: 687; FHL: 1375302. Harry C Norwood, 33, married once for 3 yrs, b. IA, parent birthplace unk, house painter, renting home;
    Evelyn M, 25, married once for 3 yrs, had 2 children both surviving, b. IL, both parents b. IL;
    Margaret H, 3, daughter, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;
    Marian, 1, daughter, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL.
  1329. Federal Census, 1920, Oregon, 1920, Port Townsend, Ward 3, Jefferson, WA; Roll: T625_1922; Page: 4B; ED: 41; Image: 1130. Harry Norwood, 44, renting, b. IA, both parent b. US, house painter;
    Evelyn, 38, b. IL, both parents b. IL;
    Margaret, 13, attending school, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;
    Marian, 11, attending school, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;
    Clark, 8, attending school, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;
    Elizabeth, 6, attending school, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;
    Frank, 4 11/12, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;
    Harry, 1 6/12, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;.
  1330. Social Security Death Index, 53842084. Evelyn M Norwood, 538-44-2084, last residence: 98368 Port Townsend, Jefferson, WA; b. 2 Dec 1885, d. 7 Oct 1989 - SSN issued: WA.
  1331. Social Security Death Index, 538-44-2084. Evelyn M Norwood, 538-44-2084, last residence: 98368 Port Townsend, Jefferson, WA; b. 2 Dec 1885, d. 7 Oct 1989 - SSN issued: WA.
  1332. Federal Census, 1920, Washington, 1920, Port Townsend, Ward 3, Jefferson, WA; Roll: T625_1922; Page: 4B; ED: 41; Image: 1130. Harry Norwood, 44, renting, b. IA, both parent b. US, house painter;
    Evelyn, 38, b. IL, both parents b. IL;
    Margaret, 13, attending school, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;
    Marian, 11, attending school, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;
    Clark, 8, attending school, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;
    Elizabeth, 6, attending school, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;
    Frank, 4 11/12, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;
    Harry, 1 6/12, b. OR, father b. IA, mother b. IL;.
  1333. Norwood Genealogy from Douglas Norwood. Albert Manning Douglass Norwood January 31, 1878 death August 10, 1965, Los Angeles, CA.
  1334. California Death Index 1940 - 1997, 562079162. Albert M Norwood, b. 31 Jan 1878 Iowa, d. 10 Aug 1965 Los Angeles; mother's maiden name: Hartzell.
  1335. Federal Census, 1880, Iowa. Douglas Norwood, white, male, 46, father, married, Laborer, unemployed for 2 months during past year, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Emeline, white, female, 33, wife, keeping house, b. IA, father b. PA, mother b. S. C.;
    Harry, male, 6, son, b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA;
    Frank, 4, son, b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA;
    Albert, 2, son, b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA;
    James 1, son, b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA.
  1336. Federal Census, 1880, Iowa, 1880, Des Moines, Polk, IA, Roll: T9_360; Family History Film: 1254360; Page: 330.1000; Enum Dist: 163; Image: 0180.
  1337. World War I Draft Registration Card, Serial 1396, Order 1536. Albert Manning Norwood, 202 W Gracia(?), Marceline, Linn, Mo., age 40, b. Jan 31 1878, occupation Loc Engineer, Santa Fe RR, Marceline, Mo.; nearest relative: Jessie B. Norwood, 2506 Maple Ave, Los Angeles, Calif.
  1338. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records for Douglass Norwood, *583190, NARA. Letter to Bureau of Pensions in behalf of his father providing additional medical information in regards to Douglass's request for increased pension payments.
  1339. Pension Records, US Federal, Pension Records for Douglass Norwood, #583910, NARA.
  1340. Iowa Marriages, 1809-1992, Accessed on Familysearch - Iowa-EASy, film 959194, v 8 p 373. Albert M Norwood, 23, b. 1878, m. Jessie Burdett, 21, b. 1880, 21 June 1901.
  1341. Norwood Genealogy from Douglas Norwood. George Miller Norwood March 23, 1884 death October 30, 1961.
  1342. Federal Census, 1920, Missouri, 1920, Richmond, Ray, MO; Roll: T625_942; Page: 9A; ED: 145; Image: 187. George M Norwood, 34, owns own home, married, b. IA, father b. NY, mother b. IA, car repairer for railroad;
    Vida, 22, wife, b. MO; father b. IA, mother b. MO, no occupation;
    Frederick M, 2 9mos, b. MO, father b. IA, mother b. MO;
    Cecil K, 8 mos, b. MO, father b. IA, mother b. MO.
  1343. New York Herald Newspaper, p. 1, col. 5. BROKER'S WIDOW IS HALED TO COURT AS KINSMAN'S ASSAILANT
    Struck Him with Drinking Glass, Says Financier - She Tells Tale of Family Persecution
    Mrs. Eugenie Norwood Cox, widow of Theodore Cox, a broker, appeared before Magistrate Simpson in the tombs Court yesterday in answer to a summons Joel Rathbone, vice president of the National Security Company, her brother-in-law, had obtained on an allegation of disorderly conduct. Magistrate Simpson reserved decision, saying he desired to examine the testimony carefully to see whether a warrant should be issued for Mrs. Cox. Mr. Rathbone declared Mrs. Cox appeared at his office Thursday with her eldest son, Theodore, Jr., fourteen years old, and said she was in desperate circumstances. She asked for assistance, Mr. Rathbone said, and when he attempted to eject her from the office Mrs. Cox hurled a drinking glass at him, striking him on the nose.
    Mrs. Cox said she had been cut off in the will of her mother, who died some years ago leaving an estate of $400,000, because she had turned Catholic when she was seventeen years old. Her husband left her without means, she asserted, and she appealed to her father for assistance. An appeal also was made to her sisters, with the result that an allowance of $1,000 a year was provided for her.
    The high cost of living has made it impossible for her to subsist on this sum, Mrs. Cox said, and only a few days ago she received a notice that her allowance would be cut to $90 a month on November 1. It was to appeal against this notice Mrs. Cox visited the office of Mr. Rathbone. Theodore Cox Jr. the son, corroborated the testimony of his mother.
    Carlisle Norwood, Jr., her father, denied she was cut off in her mother's will because of a change of faith.
    When interviewed regarding the summons for Mrs. Cox, Mr. Rathbone said: "The summons for Mrs. Cox was obtained very reluctantly only after consultation between myself, her father and other members of the family. We feel we are acting in the best interests of Mrs. Cox and her children in attempting to check her from making trouble.".
  1344. New York Times Newspaper, 13 Mar 1904. Theodore Cox Marries Again; One Clergyman Refused to Act Because of Lawyer's Divorce
    Plainfield, NJ, March 12 - Theodore Cox, a New York lawyer, whose wife secured a divorce from him on March 5 in White Plains, NY, was married again here on Wednesday last. He and his bride, Miss Norwood, also of New York, are both well known in Plainfield.
    Acting on a friend's suggestion, Mr. Cos accompanied by Miss Norwood, came to this city Wednesday afternoon and sought out the pastor of a Presbyterian Church, whose name had been given to them. The minister was preparing to unite the couple when he learned that Mr. Cox was divorced man. Then he refused to go ahead with the ceremony.
    Argument was useless, and the New Yorker and his intended bride were somewhat discouraged. After a conference they drove to the parsonage of All Soul's Presbyterian Church. There the pastor married them.
  1345. New York Times Newspaper, 4 Sept 1900. The officers elected for the ensuing year were: Theodore Cox of Westchester, President; Charles A Hess of New York, Vice President, and EE Powell of Broome, Treasurer. Mr. Cox is a Wall Street broker and was President of the American College Leaague from 1894 to 1895.
  1346. New York Times Newspaper, 20 Feb 1920. The plaintiffs, in a suit filed in the Supreme Court yesterday are Carlisle Norwood, Jr., a Western newspaperman, and Mrs. Eugenie Norwood Cox, wife of Theodore Cox, a New York broker, who died at Rawhide, Nev., twelve years ago.
  1347. New York Times Newspaper, 30 May 1928. Son Joel Rathbone is divorced by Miss Hall - he is son of Joel Rathbone and the late Josephine Norwood.
  1348. Federal Census, 1900, New York. 1900 Federal census taken on 8 June 1900, address on census sheet is 26 East 60th Street; census place is Manhattan, NY, NY.
  1349. Federal Census, 1900, New York, 1900, Manhattan, NY, nY Roll: T623 1115; Page: 10B. Joel Rathbone, head, b.Sept 1869, 30, married 5 years, b. RI, both parents b. NY, Stock Trading Co., renting home;
    Josephine N, wife, 27, b. Aug 1872, married 5 years, one child born/surviving, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Carlisle N, son, 4, b. July 1895, b. NY, father b. RI, mother b. NY;
    Carlisle Norwood, father-in-law, 54, b. Mar 1846, married 29 years, b. NY, both parents b. NY, lawyer;
    Ethel J Norwood, mother-in-law, 48, b. Jun 1851, married 29 years, had seven children, five surviving;
    Louisa, sister-in-law, 25, b. May 1875, single, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Eugene, brother-in-law, 17, b. Jul 1886, single, at school, b. NY, both parents b. NY;
    Jane Ritchie, 20, b. Nov 1879, b. Ireland, both parents b. Ireland, servant, waitress;
    Mary Fox, 30, b. Aug 1869, b. Ireland, both parents b. Ireland, servant, laundress;
    Mariah Burns, 22, b. Aug 1877, b. Ireland, both parents b. Ireland, servant, child's nurse;
    Alice Reynolds, 26, Nov 1873, b. Ireland, both parents b. Ireland, servant, cook;
    Patrick Hogan, 26, Mar 1874, b. Ireland, both parents b. Ireland, servant, coachman.
  1350. Hudson-Mohawk Genelogical and Family Memoirs, Vol I, pp 183-187. He married, in New York City, October 4, 1894, Josphine (Hanbury) Norwood. Child: Carlisle Norwood, born in Saratoga Springs, July 26, 1895.
  1351. Hudson-Mohawk Genelogical and Family Memoirs, Vol I, pp 183-187. Joel, son of Clarence and Angelica Bogart (Talcott) Rathbone, was born in Newport, Rhode Island, the summer home of his parents, September 12, 1869. He was educated at the Albany Academy. He entered the employ of the National Commercial Bank of Albany, and afterwards was the treasurer of the Albany Railway Company. In 1895 he left for New York City, where he is first vice-president of National Security Company. He married, in New York City, October 4, 1894, Josphine (Hanbury) Norwood. Child: Carlisle Norwood, born in Saratoga Springs, July 26, 1895.
  1352. St. Nicholas Society Records. Carlisle Norwood III, b. 20 July 1873, d. 11 July 1954.
  1353. Sons of the American Revolution Application, Application approved 11 June 1918 by A H Clark. Based on service of William Willcocks - his grandmother's line.

    "I was born in NYC county of NY on the 20th day of July 1873...son of Carlisle Norwood, Jr. and Ethel Josephine Norwood, grandson of Carlisle Norwood and his wife Louisa J. Willcocks...

  1354. L'Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans, LA. RICH MAN'S SON AS A STOKER.; Carlisle Norwood, Jr., of New York, Works his Passage to London as a Coal Passer.
    Carlisle Norwood, Jr, son of a prominent New York Lawyer, arrived in London the other day from Cape Town, having worked his way as stoker on a Castle liner during the 21 days' trip.
    Norwood said: "I came through all right, but I don't want to try it again. The stoke hole is the hottest place I was ever in or ever expect to be in. Look at my hands, all covered with blisters and callosities."..."I went broke in South Africa, and determined that I wouldn't wire home to my father for more money. I decided to work my way instead. Several boon companions of mine sailed on the same ship and tried to press money on e, but I would not take it...I never did a day's manyal work before, and it nearly killed me the first few days. However, I got hardened later, and when we landed at Southampton the other day I was as black as any negro, with my clothes ragged and the dirt fairly ground into me. I have been scrubbing myself ever since." Norwood is now living in luxury at the Hotel Cecil.
  1355. US Passport Application, #51006 (or 51606). Carlisle Norwood, Jr, b. New York 20 July 1873; occupation: mining; intention: return to US in about one year.
    Age: 28
    Stature: 5' 10 1/2 "
    Forehead: high
    Eyes: gray
    Nose: strong
    Mouth: small
    Chin: common
    Hair: brown
    Complexion: fair
    Face: oval
    Witnessed by Ashton J Davis, 65 Broadway, NY City
    Applicant desires passport sent to following address: G Pedersen, 65 Broadway, New York.
  1356. US Passport Application, #51606. ...that I am domiciled in the United States my permanent residence being at New York in the State of New York where I follow the occupation of mining that I am about to go abroad temporarily; and that I intend to return to the United States in about one year....
  1357. US Passport Application, #154, 29 Mar 1902. Carlisle Norwood, b. 20 Jul 1873, New York, NY. Occupation: mining in the State of New York;
    left US 12 February 1902, temporarily sojourning at Johannesburg, will return to US within five years;
    Age: 29
    Stature: 5' 10"
    Forehead: High
    Eyes: Grey
    Nose: Straight
    Mouth: med moustache
    Chin: pointed
    Hair: brown
    Complexion: light
    Face: white.
  1358. San Diego Evening Tribune, Wed, 25 Oct 1911, p 5. NOTED SPENDER IS HERE ON BUSINESS; Carlisle Norwood, Who Created Furore in Nevada During the Gold Boom Days, Now Wants to Live Quietly;
    Carlisle Norwood is in San Diego. He arrived this morning and is a guest at the U. S. Grant hotel. Mr. Norwood is accompanied by Martial Davoist. They arrived from Los Angeles. Norwood spent some of the last winter season in San Diego. He is quite well known from new York City to San Francisco and attracted considerable attention a few years ago in the Nevada mining boom.
    He was in at the start of the Oldfield boom and was a pioneer at Rawhide. Though he made money fast he said that he had no desire to become rich and made it a point to spend his wealth as fast as it rolled in on him. Norwood used to buy automobiles and then give them away just for the excitement of spending his money in those days.
    "Just down to San Diego on a little business trip." said the former Croesus this morning. "The money mad days of a few years ago are at an end and I'm now looking for a chance to live quietly and intelligently."
    He will probably be here for a few weeks.
  1359. The Sons of the American Revolution Magazine, Vol XIII, No 2, Oct 1918, p 35. Records of 488 New Members Enrolled by the Registrar General from March 1 to September 30, 1918:

    Carlisle Norwood, III
    San Francisco, CA
    Great grandson of William Willcocks, Capt, Col. John Lasher's Battalion, New York City Militia.

  1360. New York Times Newspaper, 27 Apr 1920. Reopens Norwood Will Probate; Surrogate Foley granted yesterday the application by Carlisle Norwood, Jr, newspaper man and son of Carlisle Norwood, attorney, to re-open the proceedings to probate the will of his mother Mrs. Ethel J. Norwood, who died Jan 22, 1918. He conteded that notice of the probate proceeding was sent to him at Los Angeles, although his father and other relatives here well knew he was in San Francisco. He intends to contest the will, he said.
  1361. New York Times Newspaper, 20 Feb 1920. ...The plaintiffs, in a suit filed in the Supreme Court yesterday, are Carlisle Norwood, Jr., a Western newspaperman...
  1362. World War I Draft Registration Card, Serial #1353; Order #1619; Local Board, Div 7, San Francisco, Cal. Carlisle Norwood III, 234 Stanyan St., San Francisco, Cal.; age 45, b. July 20, 1873; occupation: advertising manager, Journal of Commerce; Journal Commerce Publishing Co.; place of business: 165 Jessie St., San Francisco, Cal.
    Nearest relative: May Cowperthwaite Norwood, 234 Stanyan St., San Francisco, Cal.
    Tall, med build
    Dated 12 Sept 1918.
  1363. New York State Census - 1925, 1925, ED: 59; Assembly District: 08; City: New York; County: Bronx, p. 3. Carlisle Norwood, b. abt 1873, US, age 50, father, occupation: detective;
    Carlisle Norwood, b. abt 1909, Paris, France, age 16, at school.
  1364. St. Nicholas Society Records. Carlisle Norwood III, b 20 July 1873, elected 27 Feb 1933, d. 11 July 1954.
  1365. St. Nicholas Society Records. Carlisle Norwood III d. 11 July 1954.
  1366. Federal Census, 1920, New York, Manhattan Assembly Dist 11, NY, NY; Roll: T625_1205; Page: 21B; ED: 818; Image: 44. Carlisle Jr has wife Mary from San Francisco and two children, the oldest 11 years old.
  1367. World War I Draft Registration Card, Serial #1353; Order #1619; Local Board, Div 7, San Francisco, Cal. Carlisle Norwood III, 234 Stanyan St., San Francisco, Cal.; age 45, b. July 20, 1873; occupation: advertising manager, Journal of Commerce; Journal Commerce Publishing Co.; place of business: 165 Jessie St., San Francisco, Cal.
    Nearest relative: May Cowperthwaite Norwood, 234 Stanyan St., San Francisco, Cal.
    Tall, med build
    Dated 12 Sept 1918.
  1368. Federal Census, 1920, New York, Manhattan Assembly Dist 11, NY, NY; Roll: T625_1205; Page: 21B; ED: 818; Image: 44. Carlisle Norwood, Jr, head, home rented, 46, b. NY, both parents b. NY, advertising agent;
    Mary, head, 33, b. San Francisco, CA, father b. Australia, mother b. NC;
    Carlisle, son, 11, attends school, may be naturalized, b. France, father b. Australia, mother b. San Francisco, CA;
    Ethel M, daughter, 9, attends school, b. San Francisco, CA, father b. Australia, mother b. San Francisco, CA.
  1369. Federal Census, 1940, New York, 1940, White Plaines, Westchester, NY; Roll: 627_2815; Page: 61B; ED: 60-376. Norwood, Carlisle, head, 66, b. NY, was living in Manhattan, NY in 1935, occupation executive in an Investigation Bureau;
    Norwood, May wife, 53, b. CA, was living in Manhattan, NY in 1935, no occupation.
  1370. Federal Census, 1920, New York. Mary Norwood, 33.
  1371. Ship's Passenger List. Arrival Date: 1 Nov 1925; May Norwood, 39, b. San Francisco, Cal., Aug 15th, 1886.
  1372. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957. May C Norwood, 47 yrs 3 mos, b. San Francisco, CA Aug 10, 1886, address 500 Fifth Ave, NYC, NY.
  1373. Federal Census, 1900, California, 1900, San Francisco, SF, CA; Roll: 103; Page: 2A; ED: 0132; FHL Film: 1240103. M Cowperthwaite, 36, head, b. Apr 1864, widowed, had 6 children 3 surviving, b. SC, father b. Australia, mother b. Ireland;
    A, 16, daughter, b. Mar 1884, single b. CA, father b. Australia, mother b. SC, at school;
    May, 12, daughter, b. Aug 1887, single, b. CA, father b. Australia, mother b. SC, at school;
    Etta, 11, daughter, b. May 1889, single, b. CA, father b. Australia, mother b. SC, at school.
  1374. Federal Census, 1920, New York, Manhattan Assembly Dist 11, NY, NY; Roll: T625_1205; Page: 21B; ED: 818; Image: 44. Carlisle, 11 attending school, b. France, father b. Australia, mother b. San Francisco, CA.
  1375. Social Security Death Index, #085-09-9876. Carlisle Norwood, last residence: 953(US Consulate); b. 4 Jan 1909; d. 11 Jul 2005; SSN issued: New York (before 1951).
  1376. Federal Census, 1920, New York, Manhattan Assembly Dist 11, NY, NY; Roll: T625_1205; Page: 21B; ED: 818; Image: 44. Ethe M, 9, b. SF, CA, father b. Australia, mother b. San Francisco, CA.
  1377. Ship's Passenger List. Arrival date: 1 Nov 1925; from Southampton, Eng to New York, NY
    Ethel, 15, b. San Francisco, Cal., May 21st, 1910.
  1378. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957. Ethelann J Norwood, arr 6 Nov 1933, b. 1910 San Francisco, CA, age 23 Years 6 Months, dep. London, arr, NY; ship: American Merchant; res. 500 Fifth Ave., NYC, NY.
  1379. New York City Marble Cemetery, NY, NY. Vault 69: Ethelann J. Norwood Anderson, interred 17 Nov 1941.
  1380. Los Angeles Herald, Vol 34, No 249, 7 June 1907. Bride Takes Many Things on Faith; Doesn't Know much about Husband's Affairs; Believes He is a Millionaire and owns Mines Somewhere in Nevada, but, Anyhow, She Knows She's Happy;
    "Yes, Mr. Norwood and myself were married Wednesday night by the Rev. Lewis G. Morris, rector of St. John's Episcopal church, and we expect to live very happy in the future.".
  1381. Los Angeles Herald, Vol 34, No 248, 6 June 1907. Prospective Groom Anxious on Account of the Reporters; Does not Want Marriage License Published; New Yorker, Scion of Prominent Family, Says Parents Will Disown Him if They Learn of Wedding;
    "I want a marriage license, and please keep it out of the newspapers," said Carlisle Norwood, jr., of New York city as he approached the marriage license clerk's desk shortly before the closing hour yesterday.
    "Well, you certainly mentioned that at a good time," replied Deputy County Clerk Watson, "for there are half a dozen reporters standing here right now."
    "I'll pass it up then and go where else, for publicity would ruin me." Norwood explained.
    "On the level boys," he continued, with an appealing glance at the newspaper men, "my folks will cut me off without a penny if they get wind of this."
    "I'll give most anything if you will forget it," he exclaimed, producing a handful of gold coin.
    Upon being assured that marriage licenses were published in a column together and that hardly any one paid much attention to them, he concluded to face the ordeal.
    Norwood and his prospective bride, Miss Olga Good of Philadelphia, had arrived at the court house in an automobile, and while he went in to procure the license Miss Good remained in an automobile, heavily veiled, unresponsive to the questions of the reporters.
    Norwood gave his age as 33 and that of Miss Good as 27, and interpolated his replies to the customary questions with entreaties to keep it all out of the papers.
    "I'll buy you all the cigars you can carry if you will agree not to publish it," he pleaded as a last inducement, but unfortunately none of his listeners was addicted to smoking.
    In a dispatch from New York, received last night, it was learned that Carlisle S. Norwood, jr., is a wealthy and prominent lawyer, moving in the best of society, and has figured in many escapades.
    He was a boon companion of the late Hamilton Fish, jr., who was killed in the battle of San Juan hill at Santiago, Cuba, in the Spanish-American war June, 1898.
    Some time ago Norwood is said to have had a disagreement with his father in regard to the opening of certain mail. Hot words passed between the, and it is believed the affair has not yet been patched up.
  1382. Los Angeles Herald, Vol 34, No 248, 6 June 1907, p. 10. MARRIAGE LICENSES: NORWOOD-GOOD -- Carlisle Norwood, jr., aged 33, a native of New York and resident of New York city; and Olga Good, aged 27, a native of Pennsylvania and resident of Philadelphia.
  1383. Philadelphia Inquirer, 4 Aug 1907, Vol 157, Issue 85, p. 9. NORWOOD-GOOD
    Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Good, of the Newport, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Olga P. L. Good, to Carlisle Norwood, jr. of Tuxedo, NY. Mr. and Mrs. Norwood have taken a cottage at Venice, Cal., for the summer. In October they leave for Nevada where Mr. Norwood has mining interests.
  1384. Philadelphia Inquirer, 10 Feb 1915, Vol 172, Issue 41, p. 5. FUGITIVE HUSBAND AGAIN ELUDES WIFE; CARLISLE NORWOOD, JR. ARRESTED AFTER 7-YEAR CHASE, FORFEITS BAIL, RETURNS TO WEST
    Arrested last July on a charge of wife desertion and after a chase extending from one end of the country to the other, Carlisle Norwood, jr., clubman, glove trotter and Boer War veteran, has again evaded his pursuing wife, forfeiting $1000 bail and returning to his home in Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. Norwood was formerly Miss Olga Good, daughter of the late Charles Good, who was clerk of Quarter Sessions Court here for many years.
    Mrs. Norwood told Judge Brown in the municipal court yesterday that at the time of her husband's desertion in 1907, they were living at the rate of $5000 a year. The court made an order of $25 a week in Mrs. Norwood's favor, so that she will be in a position to make a claim against the forfeited bail.
    A surety company entered bail for Norwood when he was arrested and his mother, it is said, has reimbursed the company.
    Norwood and Miss Good were married in Los Angeles in 1907. Reaching Broad Street Station, a quarrel arose between the air and Norwood refused to leave the trin with his wife and continued on to New York. Mrs. Norwood's seven years' search for him resulted in his arrest last summer.
  1385. Philadelphia Inquirer, Mar 11, 1910, Vol 162, Issue 70, p 15. In the Court of Common Pleas No 1 for the County of Philadelphia: Order of Publication in Divorce. To Carlisle Norwood, Jr. late of Los Angeles, California
    Whereas Olga G Norwood your wife, has filed a libel in the Court of Common Please No. 1 of Philadelphia County, of December Term, 1909, No. 502, praying a divorce against you. Now you are hereby notified and required to appear in said Court on or before Monday, the 4th day of April next, to answer the complaint of the said Olga G Norwood and in deficit of such appearance you will be liable to have a divorce granted in your absence.
  1386. New York Times Newspaper, 12 Jan 1913. SLADE - NORWOOD; Mr and Mrs Carlisle Norwood of Tuxedo Park and this city have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Louise Norwood, to Howard Slade of this city. Miss Norwood is pending the Winter in New York at the New Arts Club in Gramercy Park. Mr. Slade is a member of the firm of Wright, Slade & Co at 71 Broadway, and belongs to the Racquet and Tennis, Tuxedo, and Calumet Clubs. No date has been mentioned for the wedding.
  1387. New York Times Newspaper, 30 Jan 1913. The wedding of Miss Louisa Norwood, daughter of Mr and Mrs Carlisle Norwood of Tuxedo Park, to Howard Slade of this city took place yesterday in St Bartholomew's Chapel, the Rev Herbert Shipman officiating.
  1388. New York Times Newspaper, 30 Jan 1913. MARRIED; SLADE - NORWOOD - At St Bartholomew's Chapel, Jan 29, 1913, by the Rev Herbert Shipman, Louisa, daughter of Carlise Norwood, to Howard Slade.
  1389. New York Times Newspaper, 26 Dec 1914. Daughter of Mr and Mrs Benjamin Thaw to Wed Lawrence Slade...Howard Slade, his brother, married Miss Louisa Norwood, duaghter of Mr and Mrs Carlisle Norwood of this city and they live at 223 EAst Seventeenth Street.
  1390. New York Times Newspaper, 23 Dec 1910. Supreme Court Justice Davis assessed yesterday a two-hundred-and-fifty-dollar fine for contempt of court, for failure to appear and be examined in supplementary proceedings, against the corporation of H & J T Slade and Howard Slade, as President. The court noted that it would sentence Howard Slade to jail unless he should appear within three days for examination.
  1391. New York Times Newspaper, 2 July 1912. Howard Slade, a member of a New york Stck Exchange house, and Count Alfred Seidenberg of Germany, connected with the New York office of the North German Lloyd Steamship Company, were in a runabout leving the home of friends in Ocean Avenue here shortly before midnight, and had turned from the private driveway into Ocean Avenue just as an automobile owned by Bayard Dominick of the New York Stock Exchange firm of Dominick & Dominick came along. A chauffeur was driving the car, in which were several women. The automobile struck the runabout, samshing it into kindling wood and liberating the horse, which unhurt, though terrified, runshed down the avenue...A telephone call was sent to Dr JJ Reed of Seabright, and he hurried to the Dominick place. At first it was thought that the Count was dead, but Dr Reed resuscitated him. The physician said that he had internal injuries and was in a serious condition, so serious that he might die. Mr. Slade will recover, but his right eye was destroyed, and he will be disfigured and partly blinded for life.
  1392. New York Times Newspaper, 22 Jan 1914. WANTS $100,000 FOR AN EYE.
    Broker Slade Testifies in Action Against a Fellow Broker
    The action for $100,000 damages begun by Howard Slade, a broker, against Bayard Dominick of the brokerage firm of Dominick & Dominick for the loss of an eye in an accident was begun yesterday before Justice Ford in the Supreme Court.
    The accident happened on July 1, 1912, on Ocean Avenue, Monmouth Beach, NJ. Dominick was driving an automobile and Slade was driving a horse attached to a light wagon.
    There was a collision in which Slade was thrown out of his vehickle and injured. Lyman A Spalding, counsel for Dominick, said that no light was attached to Slade's vehicle as is required by the New Jersey law. He said that the automobile was not driven carelessly. The case will be continued to-day.
  1393. New York Daily Times Newspaper. further information about the source not available online.
  1394. New York Times Newspaper, further specifics not available online without paying for the article. Howard Slade Estate Appraisal at $205, 286.
  1395. Rootsweb.com, wrferris@yahoo.com. Lewis Bayard Smith, b. 16 Aug 1839, m. Louisa Norwood 12 Apr 1871, daughter of Carlisle Norwood and Louisa Josephine Willcocks. She was born 1847. Children: Louisa N. Smith, b. 3 Feb 1872 and Bayard Marston Smith b. 17 Feb 77.
  1396. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol LXXIII, No 2, p 82. Samuel Verplanck Hoffman married on April 17, 1895, Louisa Norwood Smith, daughter of Lewis Bayard and Louisa (Norwood) Smith, who survives with their two children, Margaret Elmendorf Hoffman and Eugene Augustus Hoffman.
  1397. Colonial Families of the United States of America, p. 242.
  1398. The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol XII, p 280. Mr. Hoffman was married in new York city, Apr. 17, 1895, to Louisa Norwood, daughter of Lewis Bayard Smith, and has three children: Louisa Verplanck, Margaret Elmendorf, and Eugene Augustus Hoffman.
  1399. New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol LXXIII, No 2, Apr 1942, 81,82. Samuel Verplanck Hoffman, seventh child of the Very Reverend Eugene Augustus Hoffman, DD, and Mary Crooke Elmendorf, was born at Brooklyn, New York, May 12, 1866.
  1400. The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol XII, p 280. Hoffman, Samuel Verplanck, was born in Brooklyn, NY, May 12, 1866, son of Eugene Augustus and Mary Crooke (Elmendorf) Hoffman. His father was the famous divine who died while at the head of the general Theological Seminary.
  1401. Colonial Families of the United States of America, p 242. Samuel Verplanck Hoffman, entered Stevens Institute of Technology, 1884; graduated with degree of Mechanical Engineer, June, 1888; special student College of Physicians and Surgeons, NY, 1888-9; entered Graduate Department at Johns Hopkins Univ. Baltimore, as a student in Astronomy and chemistry, Oct 1889; appointed Student Assistant in Astronomy, 1892-93; Fellow in Astronomy, 1893-94; Fellow by courtesy, 1894-97.
  1402. The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol XII p 280. He is a director of the North River fire Insurance Co., and since his father's death has been an executor of the vast Hoffman estate, managing its affairs with much skill and sagacity.
  1403. Colonial Families of the United States of America, p 242. President New York Historical Society.
  1404. The National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Vol XII, p 280. In 1902 he was chosen a member of the New York Chamber of Commerce, and in 1903 president of the New York Historical Society.
  1405. New York Times Newspaper, 17 Dec 1914. Englewood, NJ, Dec 16 - Mrs. Elsie K. Van Duhn, daughter of Mrs. D. M Knickerbocker, of Grand Avenue, Englewood, and Bayard Marston Smith were married in the chapel of the Presbyterian Church at Nordhoff, near here this morning, by the Rev. Dr. Fleming James. The immediate relatives only were present. The couple were unattended. A wedding reception followed.
    The bride is the widow of Theodore Von Duhn, and Mr. Smith is the only son of Lewis Bayard Smith, brother of Mrs. Samuel V. Hoffman and grandson of the late Carlisle Norwood.
  1406. San Francisco City Directory, 1886. Norwood, Tallmadge, Jr, bookkeeper, r. 58 South Park.
  1407. San Francisco City Directory, 1893. Norwood, Tallmadge, Jr, driver, r. 946 Mission.
  1408. San Francisco City Directory, 1920. Norwood, Tallmadge (Cecilia) driver, r 437 35th Ave.
  1409. San Francisco City Directory, 1904. Norwood, Tallmadge, Jr, clk, r. 461 25th Ave.
  1410. San Francisco City Directory, 1899. Norwood, Tallmadge, Jr., clerk, r 1514 Central Ave.
  1411. Norwood Family Bible. Births: Tallmadge Norwood, Jr, Febry 27, 1867 at Austin, Nevada (4 1/2 o'clock AM).
  1412. Norwood Family Bible. Tallmadge Norwood Febreuary 27th 1867 at Austin Nevada - 4 1/2 o'clock AM son of Tallmadge & Emma Norwood - Baptised by Revd Easton in San Francisco, California.
  1413. City Directory, San Francisco, 1883, p 807. Norwood, Tallmadge, clerk, Langley & Michaels, r. 58 South Park.
  1414. City Directory, San Francisco, 1884, p 840. Norwood, Tallmadge, clerk Langley & Michaels, r. 55 South Park.
  1415. City Directory, San Francisco, 1886, p 904. Norwood, Tallmadge, Jr., bookkeeper, r. 58 South Park.
  1416. City Directory, p. 908. Norwood Tallmadge Jr., clerk Gray, Norwood & Co, r. 201 Turk.
  1417. City Directory, San Francisco, 1887, p 908. Norwood, Tallmadge, Jr., clerk, Gray, Norwood & Co, r. 201 Turk.
  1418. City Directory, San Francisco, 1889, p 1002. Norwood, Tallmadge, Jr., boilercoverer, r. 1 Willow Av.
  1419. The California 1890 Great Register of Voter Index, Vol III, p 21. Tallmadge Norwood, Jr, 23 b. NV, res 946 Mission, SF, reg date 3 Oct 1890, p D37/P7.
  1420. City Directory, San Francisco, 1893, p 1074. Norwood, Tallmadge Jr., driver, r. 946 Mission.
  1421. City Directory, San Francisco, 1894, p 1079. Norwood, Tallmadge Jr., r. 1107 Van Ness Av.
  1422. City Directory, San Francisco, 1895, p 1180. Norwood, Tallmadge Jr., clerk, r. 622 Ellis.
  1423. City Directory, p. 1307. Norwood, Tallmadge Jr., clerk, r. 1514 Central Ave.
  1424. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA. Cause of death: emphysema
    Informant: Mrs Alice Norwood 423 30th Ave
    Burial: IOOF Cemetery, October 5, 1910.
  1425. Norwood Family Bible. Deaths: Tallmadge Norwood, Jr, Oct 10, 1910.
  1426. San Francisco Call, Oct 6, 1910, p 4. NORWOOD - In this city, October 4, 1910, Tallmadge Norwood, Jr., beloved husband of Alice Norwood, father of Tallmadge Norwood, son of Tallmadge and the late Emily M Norwood, and brother of Mrs. Mary Stevens and Mrs. June Paddock and the late Andrew Norwood, a native of Nevada, aged 43 years and 7 months.
    The funeral will take place today (Thursday), at 4 o'clock p m from his late address, 423 Thirtieth avenue, Richmond. Interment, IOOF cemetery.

    COURT STAR OF THE MISSION - Officers and members of Court Star of the Mission No. 7197, AOF, are requested to attend the funeral of our late brother, Tallmadge Norwood, today (Thursday), at 1 pm from his late residence, 423 Thirtieth avenue, Richmond.

    GOLDEN GATE CAMP NO 64 WOW - Officers and members of Golden Gate camp No. 64, WOW, are requested to attend the funeral of our late neighbor T. Norwood, Jr, today (Thursday) at 1 pm from his late residence, 423 Thirtieth avenue near Clement street. J G EXLEY - Con. Com. J. WISNOM, Clerk

    WOODMEN OF THE WORLD - Officers and members of Woodmen of World, camp No. 64 are requested to attend the funeral of our late brother, Tallmadge Norwood, today (Thursday), at 1 pm fromhis late residence, 423 Thirtieth avenue, Richmond.

    HARBOR SOCIAL AND BENEFICIAL CLUB - Officers and members of the Harbor Social and Beneficial Club are requested to attend the funeral of our late member, Tallmadge Norwood, today (Thursday), at 1 pm from his late residence, 423 Thirtieth avenue, Richmond.

  1427. Cremation Record, IOOF, San Francisco, CA. Norwood, Tallmadge, b. NV, male, age 43y 7m 7d, died in SF, cause: emphyemia - shock following operation, d. 4 Oct 1910, cert #9338.
  1428. Death Certificate, #5023. Place of Burial: IOOF Crematory; 5 Oct 1916; McGinn Bros., 1826 Eddy St, San Francisco, CA.
  1429. San Francisco IOOF Crematory Records, P 255. Norwood, Tallmadge, b. NV, age: 43y 7m 7d; d. San Francisco; cause of death: emphysema; d. 10/4/1910; Cert #9338.
  1430. San Francisco Call, 1893M-2280.
  1431. Norwood Family Bible. Marriages: Tallmadge Norwood, Jr to Alice Maud Horton, Aug 15, 1893 in San Francisco, Cal.
  1432. Federal Census, 1900, California, 1900 San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Roll: T623_105; Page: 4 B; ED: 218. Tallmadge Norwood, 32, b. Feb 1868, married 7 years, b. NV, both parents b. NY, street car conductor, renting home;
    Alice, 23, b. Oct 1876, married 7 years, one child surviving, b. CA, father b. IL, mother b. CA;
    Tallmadge, Jr, son, 5, b. Aug 1894, b. CA, father b. NV, mother b. CA.
  1433. Federal Census, 1910, California, 1910, San Francisco, SF, CA; Roll: T624_100; Page: 5A; ED: 229; Image: 736. Tallmadge Norwood, 43, married 15 years, b. NV, father b. NY, mother b. WI, occupation: fireman on a dredger, owns home with a mortgage;
    Alice M, wife, 33, married 15 years, one child surviving, b. CA, father b. KY, mother b. CA;
    John D Norwood, son, 15, b. CA, father b. NV, mother b. CA, attending school.
  1434. Norwood Family Bible. Births: Alice M Horton born at Cottonwood, Shasta Co., Cal. (wife of Tallmadge Norwood, Jr) Oct 15, 1876.
  1435. Federal Census, 1880, California, 1880, Township 7, Shasta, CA; Roll: T9_82; Family History Film: 1254082; Page: 92.1000; ED: 93; Image: 0717. William Horton, 44, farmer, b. KY, father b. VA, mother b. TN;
    Mary E, 21, b. CA, father b. IN, mother b. CA;
    Alice, 3, b. CA, father b. KY, mother b. CA.
  1436. Norwood Family Bible. DEATHS: Alice M Norwood - Oct 1943 Mt Zion Hospital SF.
  1437. World War I Draft Registration Card, 4-1-19 A. Residence: 2834 Clement St, San Francisco, CA
    Occupation: Conductor United Railroads, 33rd Ave & Clement St
    Wife and 2 children
    Desc: Med/stout, brown hair, brown eyes.
  1438. San Francisco Call, 1894B-1551. Norwood, son of Tallmadge, Jr born in 1894.
  1439. Federal Census, 1910, California. Lists Tallmadge, age 43, Alice, age 33 (wife), and son John D, 15 years old. 15 years of present marriage - Alice has had one child, one child living. Tallmadge's occupation is marine fireman/dredger.
  1440. Federal Census, 1920, California. Tallmadge L Norwood, aged 25, and wife Cecilia, aged 26, twin daughters, aged 2. Occupation: auto driver.
  1441. Norwood Family Bible. Floyd Tallmadge Norwood, Aug 22d 1894 at San Francisco, Cal - son of Tallmadge Jr and Alice M Norwood.
  1442. World War I Draft Registration Card, Pct 32-28, 2354/1262/21. Tallmadge Floyd Norwod, age 22, b. 22 Aug 1894, residence: 2834 Clement St, San Francisco, SF, CA, conductor, United Railroads 33rd Ave and Clement St, SF, married with wife and two children; medium height, stout, brown eyes, brown hair.
  1443. California Voter Registrations, Sutter Co, 1900 - 1916. Tallmadge Norwood, Poultryman, Robinson & B....Rep.
  1444. World War II Draft Registration, #1300. Tallmadge Floyd Norwood, 736 Bridge St, Yuba City, Sutter, California, tel - 1447, 47 years old, b. SF, SF, CA, 22 Aug 1894, employed by: California Highway Patrol, Sacramento, California; place of employment: Marysville, Yuba, CA.
  1445. City Directory, Polk, 1950, p 32. California Highway Patrol T F Norwood capt in chg 930 5th.
  1446. California Death Index 1940 - 1997. Tallmadg F Norwood, male, dob: 22 Aug 1894; dod: 8 Feb 1962; Sutter; mother's maiden name: Horton.
  1447. Norwood Family Bible. Births: Mary Emily Norwood Sept 6th 1871 at Napierville, Ill.
  1448. Family Records and correspondence, Ltr from Lois Gray. My grandmother, Mary Emily Norwood b. Sept. 6, 1871 - Robert Steven - Portland OR, 1895
    Mary Emily Norwood Steven - Charles Gooding married - Tacoma, WA Oct 13, 1922.
  1449. Federal Census, 1910, Washington, 1910, Tacoma Ward 7, Pierce, WA; Roll: T624_1665; Page: 1B; ED: 276; Image: 458. Mary E Steven, head, 38, widowed, b. IL, father b. NY, mother b. WI, no occupation, owns home with mortgage;
    Everett, son 14, b. WA, father b. Scotland, mother b. IL;
    Ethel, daughter, 14, b. WA, father b. Scotland, mother b. IL;
    Floyd, son, 12, b. OR, father b. Scotland, mother b. IL;
    Jean, daughter, 8, b. WA, father b. Scotland, mother b. IL.
  1450. Federal Census, 1920, Washington, 1920, Tacoma Ward 7, Pierce, WA; Roll: T625_1937; Page: 7B; ED: 350; Image: 664. Mary E Steven, head, 48, widowed, owns home free and clear, b. IL, father b. NY, mother b. WI, no occupation;
    Ethel E, daughter, 23, single, b. WA, father b. Scotland, mother b. IL, stenographer, Carsons Jack Co;
    Floyd N, son, 22, single, b. OR, father b. Scotland, mother b. IL, shipping clerk, Goodrich Company.
  1451. Washington Death Index, 1940-1996. Mary E Gooding, died 25 Jun 1952, Pierce County, WA, age 80, cert #19019.
  1452. Federal Census, 1900, Washington, 1900 Tacoma Ward 3, Pierce, WA; Roll: T6223 1748; Page: 7B; ED: 176. Robert Stephens, 36, b. Jan 1864, married 5 years, b. Scotland, both parents b. Scotland; immigrated to US, 1882; number of years in US, 15, naturalization, no; number or months unemployed, 12, occupation: stone cutter, renter;
    Mary, wife, 28, b. Sept 1871, married 5 years, had 4 children, 3 surviving, b. IL, father b. NY, mother b. WI;
    Everett, son, 4, b. March 1896, b. WA, father b. Scotland, mother b. IL;
    Ethle, daughter, 4, b. March 1896, b. WA, father b. Scotland, mother b. IL;
    Floid, son, 2, b. Dec 1897, b. OR, father b. Scotland, mother b. IL.
  1453. Norwood Family Bible. Marriages: Mary Emily Norwood to Robert Steven, Feb 29, 1895 at Portland, Oregon.
  1454. Federal Census, 1900, Washington, 1900 Tacoma Ward 3, Pierce, WA; Roll: T6223 1748; Page: 7B; ED: 176. Robert Stephens, 36, b. Jan 1864, married 5 years, b. Scotland, both parents b. Scotland; immigrated to US, 1882; number of years in US, 15, naturalization, no; number or months unemployed, 12, occupation: stone cutter, renter;.
  1455. Steven Genealogy. Birth Return, Everett and Ethel Stevens, b. 9 Mar 1896, Everett, Washington. Father's occupation: Captain, Salvation Army.
  1456. Washington State Death Records, Image: 2301; Doc #413; Doc Ref ID; 230. Robert Steven d. 31 Mar 1910, age 46, at Tacoma, Pierce, WA
    Father's Name: James Steven.
  1457. Norwood Family Bible. Births: Everett and Ethel Steven, March 17, 1896 at Everett, Wash., twin children of Robert and Mary E Steven, the latter daughter of Tallmadge and Emma M Norwood.
  1458. Norwood Family Bible. BIRTHS: Everett & Ethel Steve - March 17, 1896, at Everett, Wash. twin children of Robert and Mary E Stevens the latter daughter of Tallmadge and Emma M. Norwood.
  1459. Steven Genealogy. Floyd Norwood Steven, b. 29 Dec 1897, Baker, Oregon; married (Clara) Adelia Rien 19 May 1920; died 16 Oct 1971, Tacoma, WA.
  1460. Social Security Death Index, 538-07-6259. Floyd Steven, born 29 Dec 1897, died Oct 1971, last residence: 98466, Tacoma, Pierce, WA, US.
  1461. Steven Genealogy. Mary Emily Norwood Steven married Charles Gooding 10/13/1922, b. England.
  1462. Family Records and correspondence, Ltr from Lois Gray. My grandmother, Mary Emily Norwood b. Sept. 6, 1871 - Robert Steven - Portland OR, 1895
    Mary Emily Norwood Steven - Charles Gooding married - Tacoma, WA Oct 13, 1922.
  1463. Federal Census, 1930, Washington, 1930, Nooksack, Whatcom, WA; Roll: 2522; Page: 7A; ED: 46; Image: 845.0. Charles Gooding, head, home owned, is a farm, 62, 23 years old at first marriage, b. England, both parents b. England, migrated to US 1875, never naturalized citizenship, farmer, works on farm;
    Mary E Gooding, wife, 58, 23 years old at first marriage, b. IL, father b. NY, mother b. WI.
  1464. Federal Census, 1930, Washington, Nooksak, Whatcom Co, Washington, p 7a.
  1465. Federal Census, 1930, Washington, 1930, Nooksack, Whatcom, WA; Roll: 2522; Page: 7A; ED: 46; Image: 845.0. Charles Gooding, head, home owned, is a farm, 62, 23 years old at first marriage, b. England, both parents b. England, migrated to US 1875, never naturalized citizenship, farmer, works on farm;.
  1466. Federal Census, 1920, Washington, 1920 Nooksack, Whatcom, WA; Roll: T625_1944; Page: 8A; ED: 262; Image: 413. Charles A Gooding, 52, owns home free and clear, immigrated 1899, naturalized in 1908, b. England, both parents b. England, general farming
    William A, son, 25, b. WA, father b. England, mother b. MN, machinist in an Auto Shop
    Clarence C, son, 23, b. WA, father b. England, mother b. MN, stage driver for a stage line;
    Eva M, daughter, 11, attending school, b. WA, father b. England, mother b. MN.
  1467. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA, Dist No #3801 Registrar's No #4955. June Norwood Paddock, died July 20, 1940 at the Franklin Hospital where she had been a patient for 4 months. Aged 65 yrs 1 month and 21 days. She had been a resident of San Francisco for 60 years. Cause of death was uremia; secondary cause, carcinoma of the bladder with metastisis to pelvis and femur. An autopsy was performed. She was cremated 22 July 1940 and the cremains interred at Cypress Lawn. Father listed as Tallmadge Norwood, from New York NY and mother as Emma Campbell, birthplace unknown. The informant was Natalie P. Turner who resided at 1671 32nd Ave.
  1468. Norwood Family Bible. Births: June Norwood, May 29, 1874 at Salt Lake City, Utah.
  1469. Federal Census, 1900, California.
  1470. San Francisco Chronicle, 12 Jan 1900 - Society Items of Interest. The XIX C's gave a snowball party New Year's Eve at the Mission Masonic Temple. At midnight the march was formed and supper was served. Dancing followed. Among those present were :...Miss June Norwood.
  1471. San Francisco Call, Vol 112, No 127, 5 Oct 1912. PIONEERS HONORED AT AUTUMN FESTIVAL: Hayward, San Leandro and San Lorenzo Organizations Aid Celebration: Hayward, Oct 4 - Honoring the pioneer men and women who have lived here a half century, the Union Civic center of Hayward including the civic centers of San Leandro and San Lorenzo, the Hill and Valley club and the local parlors of the Native Daughters, the Women of Woodcraft, the Ladies Aid societies of the Presbyterian and Methodist churches and the Alta Mira Club of San Leandro opened a two days autumn festival in the Native Sons' hall today.
    ...mystery, Mrs. Van Etta and Mrs. N. C. Paddock, Dutch, Mrs. William Angus...
  1472. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA, Registrar's No. 4955, District 3801. Cause of death: Carcinoma of the bladder with metastsis to pelvis and femur.
    Autopsy: carcinoma bladder and pelvic organs.
    Cremation: July 22, 1940; Funeral director: Ashby McMullen, Inc.
  1473. Norwood Family Bible. Deaths: June Norwood Paddock, July 1940.
  1474. San Francisco Chronicle. PADDOCK - In this city, July 20, 1940, June Norwood, beloved wife of the late Nathan C Paddock, loving mother of Mrs. June Floyd Roberts and Mrs. Natalie Tallmadge Turner, and sister of Mrs Mary E Gooding.
    Funeral service Monday at 1:30 pm at Ashley & McMullen's 4200 Geary Blvd at 6th Ave.
  1475. Findagrave.com, Memorial #87653568. With Nathan Crowell Paddock, Plot: Garden, Section A, Tier 6.
  1476. Death Certificate, Registrar's No. 4955, District 3801. Cremation 22 July 1940, undertaker: Ashley MacMillan, Inc., San Francisco, CA.
  1477. Marriage license, City and County of San Francisco, CA. Witnesses: Hazel R. Starkhouse and W. H. Paddock
    Recorded October 7, 1909.
  1478. Norwood Family Bible. Marriages: June Norwood to Nathan Crowell paddock, Oct 5th 1909 in San Francisco, Calif.
  1479. San Francisco Call, Vol 106, No 139, 17 October 1909, p 11. Marriage Licenses:

    PADDOCK - NORWOOD - Nathan C Paddock, 21 (sic), 1997 Post St, and June Norwood, 18, 1644 Hyde St.

  1480. San Francisco Call, Vol 106, No 139, 17 Oct 1909, p 35. MARRIAGES: PADDOCK--NORWOOD - October 5, 1909, by the Rev. Dr. Leavitt, Nathan C. Paddock and June Norwood, daughter of Tallmadge Norwood.
  1481. Federal Census, 1910, California, 1910 San Francisco, SF, CA - Roll: T624_101; Page 1B; Enumeration District: 294; Image 1448. Paddock, Nathan C, 44, married 1 year; b. CA, parents b. MA, bookkeeper, office, rents home;
    June N. wife, 34, married one year, no children born to her, b. Utah, father b. NY, mother b. WI, no occupation;
    living with:
    Mary P Paddock, mother of Nathan, age 83, widowed, had five children, four surviving, b. MA, parents b. ME no occupation;
    Norwood, Tallmadge, father-in-law of Nathan, father of June, 73, widowed, b. NY, both parents b. NY, no occupation.
  1482. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker, publisher, 1911, p 1280, accessed on footnote.com. Paddock, Nathan C, cashier Hooper & Jennings, r 1644 Hyde.
  1483. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker, publisher, 1912, p 1314. Paddock Nathan C, cashier Hooper & Jennings, r 714 10th Ave.
  1484. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker, publisher, 1913, p 1406. Paddock, Nathan C, Cashier Hooper & Jennings, r 714 10th Ave.
  1485. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker, publisher, 1920, p 1246 - accessed on footnote.com. Paddock, Nathan C (June) with Hooper & Jennings r 714 10th Av.
  1486. Federal Census, 1930, California, 1930, San Francisco, SF, CA; Roll: 203; Page: 10B; ED: 229; Image: 210.0. Nathan C Paddock, 64, head, owned home, worth $7,000, has two radios, married, 43 when first married, b. CA, both parents b. MA, salesman for insurance company, employed, not a veteran;
    June N., 52, wife, married, 31 when first married, b. Utah, father b. NY, mother b. WI, no occupation;
    Natalie T, 19, daughter, attended school, b. CA, both parents b. CA, clerk for insurance company;
    June F, 16, daughter, attended school, b. CA, both parents b. CA, no occupation.
  1487. Federal Census, 1930, California, 1930, San Francisco, SF, CA; Roll: 203; Page: 10B; ED: 229; Image: 210.0.
  1488. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA, Dist 3801, Reg # 4955. Death Certificate for June Norwood Paddock - residence at time of death, 1940, 714 10th Ave, San Francisco, CA.
  1489. California Voter Registrations, 1940, Roll 29. Paddock, Nathan C, 714 10th Ave, Cashier, Rep
    Mrs. June N Paddock, 714 10th Ave, Housewife, Rep.
  1490. National Archives and Records Administration, ED 39-44. Nathan Paddock, 73, married, attended college, b. CA, residing in same home, not employed, unable to work;
    June, 63, married, attended high school, b. Utah, residing in same home, not employed.
  1491. San Francisco City Directory 1886. Paddock, Nathan C, Jr, clerk, Redinton & Co, r Oakland.
  1492. San Francisco City Directory 1893. Paddock, Nathaniel C, clerk Phoenix & Home Ins. Cos. r Oakland.
  1493. San Francisco City Directory 1904. Paddock, Nathan C, cashier Hooper & Jennings, r 1010 Sacramento.
  1494. San Francisco City Directory 1920. Paddock, Nathan C (June) with Hooper & Jennings r 714 10th Avenue.
  1495. San Francisco City Directory 1899. Paddock, Nathan C clerk M J Brandenstein & Co r 615 Stockton.
  1496. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA, District No #3801 Registrar No #4014. Nathan Crowell Paddock died June 8, 1940 of bronchial pneumonia, cortrial (?) adrenal insufficiency, atrophic gastritis, advanced artherosclerosis and aplastic anemia. He died at the Franklin Hospital where he had been a patient for 5 months. Date of birth - 6 Nov 1865, birthplace - San Francisco, CA, where he had resided all his life. Occupation: accountant. Father: Nathan C. Paddock, born Cape Cod, MA. Mother: Mary Elizabeth White, born Boston, MA. He was cremated 11 June 1940, interred at Cypress Lawn.
  1497. Federal Census, 1870, California, 1870 Ward 9, San Francisco, SF, CA - Roll: M593_83; Page: 97; Image: 198. Paddock, Nathan, 50, banker, $75,000, $75,000, b. MA;
    Mary E, 35, keeping house, b. MA;
    Angelina, 11, b. CA, attending school;
    Wm H 8, b. CA, attending school;
    Mary E 6, b. CA;
    Nathan C, 4, b. CA;
    Eliz W 3, b. CA.;
    Ellen Brien, 20, Domestic, b. Ireland, father and mother of foreign birth;
    Eliza Hollahan, 24, Domestic, b. Ireland, father and mother of foreign birth.
  1498. City Directory, p. 935. Paddock Nathan C Jr., collector Redington & Co., r. Oakland.
  1499. City Directory, San Francisco City Directory, p. 935. Paddock Nathan C Jr., collector Redington & Co., r. Oakland.
  1500. Alta California Newspaper, Vol 42, No 14078, 17 Mar 1888. Upon recommendation of the Examining board, the following appointment of noncommissioned officers, Second Artillery, are announced, to date from March 1, 1888; Private Edward P. O'Connor, Company D to be Corporal; Private Frank P. Codington, Company F, to be Corporal; Private N. C. Paddock, Jr., Company F, to be Corporal.
  1501. Alta California Newspaper, 27 Apr 1889, page 2. MILITARY MATTERS. Second Brigade to Assemble on Main and Market Streets. The Regulars Ordered Out...The examining Board has recommended the following promotions in the Second Artillery ot date from the 1st instant: Corporal Nathan C Paddock, Jr and Private John A Miller, Company F, to be Sergeants...

    He was evidently a member of the California National Guard at this time.

  1502. City Directory, San Francisco, 1889. Nathan C Paddock, Jr, Home and Phoenix Ins. Cos., clerk, res Oakland, work SF, 1889.
  1503. City Directory, San Francisco, 1890 - no known publisher, p 1042 - accessed on footnote.com,. Nathan C Paddock, Jr, Home and Phoenix Ins. Co., clerk, r. Oakland.
  1504. The California 1890 Great Register of Voter Index. Nathan Crowell Paddock, 24, b. CA, res Oakland Third 1 Al, reg date 18 Aug 1890, p A196.
  1505. San Francisco Call, Vol 17, No 17, 17 Dec 1891 - The Social World. ...Dancing was afterward indulged in under the direction of the following committee: George Heuer, George E Street, N C Paddock.
  1506. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker, publisher, 1895, p 1218 - accessed on footnote.com. Paddock, Nathan C, clerk, r 718 Oak.
  1507. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker, publisher, 1899, p 1353 - accessed on footnote.com. Paddock Nathan C, clerk M J Brandentein & Co, r 615 Stockton.
  1508. City Directory, San Francisco, H S Crocker, publisher, 1899, p 1353 - accessed on footnote.com. Paddock Nathan C, clerk M J Brandentein & Co, r 615 Stockton.
  1509. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker publisher, 1900, p 1351, accessed on footnote.com. Paddock, Nathan C, asst. bookkeeper M J Brandenstein & Co. r 1010 Sacramento.
  1510. Federal Census, 1900, California, 1900 San Francisco, SF, CA Roll: T623 107; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 281. Nathan C Paddock, 30, Dec, 1869, single, b. CA, both parents b. MA,bookkeeper; Mary, mother, 65, Jul, 1834, widowed, had five children, five surviving, b. MA, both parents, b. MA; William H, brother, 28, Apr, 1872, single, purser.
  1511. California Voter Registrations. Nathan Crowell Paddock, 34, 1010 Sacramento.
  1512. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker, publisher, 1900, p 1351 - accessed on footnot.com. Paddock, Nathan C, asst. bookkeeper M J Brandenstein & Co. r 1010 Sacramento.
  1513. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker publisher, 1905, p 1447 - accessed on footnote.com. Paddock Nathan C, cashier Hooper & Jennings, Inc. r 1010 Sacramento
    Paddock Mary, widow, r 1010 Sacramento.
  1514. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker, publisher, 1909, p 1230 - accessed footnote.com. Paddock, Nathan C cashier Hooper & Jennings, r 1999 Post.
  1515. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker, publisher, 1910, p 1328. Paddock, Nathan C cashier Hooper & Jennings, r 1644 Hyde.
  1516. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker, publisher, 1910, p 1328 - accessed on footnote.com. Paddock, Nathan C cashier Hooper & Jennings, r 1644 Hyde.
  1517. City Directory, San Francisco, HS Crocker, Pub, 1913, p 1406. Paddock, Nathan C, Cashier Hooper & Jennings, r 714 10th Ave.
  1518. Last Will & Testament - Nathan C Paddock, Jr. Will dated 3 May 1933, SF, CA.
  1519. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA, Registrar's No: 4014, District 3801. Cause of death: Bronchial Pneumonia, cortrial adrenal insufficiency caused by ?? atrophic gastritis due to unknown cause plus advanced artheriosclerosis and aplastic anaemia.
  1520. California Death Index 1940 - 1997. Nathan Crowell Paddock, male, born: 6 Nov 1865, birthplace: California, death date: 8 June 1940, death place: San Francisco, mother's maiden name: White, father's surname: Paddock.
  1521. Death Notice, San Francisco Chronicle. PADDOCK - In this city, June 8, 1940, Nathan Crowell, beloved husband of June Norwood Paddock, and loving father of Mrs. June Robers and Mrs. Natalie Turner.
    Funeral services Tuesday at 10 a.m. Ashley & McMullen's, 4200 Geary Blvd. at 6th Ave.
  1522. Norwood Family Bible. Deaths: Nathan Crowell Paddock, June 1940.
  1523. Death Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA, #4014. Cremated June 11, 1940, cremains to Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Funeral Director: Ashley McMillan, Inc.
  1524. Findagrave.com, Memorial #87653568. Nathan Crowell Paddock, 1865-1940, Cypress Memorial Park, Colma, San Mateo Co, CA; plot: Garden Section, A Row, Tier 6.
  1525. Social Security Death Index, Ancestry.com - database online. Natalie P. Hopkins, born: 13 July 1910, death: 22 Jan 2000.
  1526. California Birth Index, Ancestry.com - database online. Name: Natalie Paddock; Birth date: 07/14/1910; Sex: Female; Mother's Maiden Name: Norwood; Birthplace: San Francisco.
  1527. Norwood Family Bible. Births: Natalie Tallmadgge Paddock, July 14, 1910 in San Francisco.
  1528. Obituary, Unknown newspaper. Funeral services will be at Stratford Evans Merced Chapel on Friday, January 28th at 1:00 pm. Pastor Dave McGurk will be officiating. Burial will be at Evergreen Memorial Park.
  1529. Social Security Death Index, 568-70-8974. Natalie P. Hopkins, born: 13 July 1910, death: 22 Jan 2000; last residence: 95340, Merced, Merced, CA.
  1530. Birth Certificate, City and County of San Francisco, CA - - Locat Reg No - 6611. June Floyd Paddock, born 4 November 1913; father: Nathan Crowell Paddock, aged 45, born San Francisco, CA; mother: June Norwood, aged 34, born Salt Lake City, UT; address 714 10th Avenue, San Francisco, CA. Father's occupation: cashier; mother's occupation: housewife.
  1531. Norwood Family Bible. Births: June Floyd Paddock, Nov 4, 1913.
  1532. California Birth Index. June F Paddock, dob: 4 Nov 1913, female; mother's maiden name: Norwood; birth county: San Francisco.
  1533. Family Records and correspondence, Notes with Retirement Papers written by June F Paddock at the time of her retirement in 1978. Employment Record in South Dade School system:
    Substitute: 1961-62
    Permanent: 12/1/62 - 6/71
    Substitute: 1971 - 1973
    Permanent: 1973 - 1978
    Application for retirement dated 2 Aug 1978.
  1534. Family Records and correspondence, College Transcript dated 5 Oct 1972. 1968-69 - Humanities/Art
    1968-69 - Humanities
    1969-70 - English Composition
    1970-71 - Elementary Spanish
    1972-73 - Social Science
    Total Credits: 18.
  1535. Death Certificate, Georgia Death Certificate. June Roberts; Paddock; DOD 28 Feb 2006; DOB: 4 Nov 1913; Age at last birthday: 92; County of Death: Gwinnett; Snellville;
    Emory Eastside Medical Center - inpatient.
    Widowed; spouse: John Roberts
    Father: Nathan Crowell Paddock; Mother June Norwood
    Informant: Chris Roberts, 1660 Hickory Lake Dr, Snellville, GA, son.
    Cause of death: --??-- respiratory failure; Alzheimers dementia.
  1536. Death Certificate, Georgia Death Cert. Burial: Cremation; Date: 3 Mar 2006; North Georgia Crematory, Lawrenceville, Gwinnett, GA 30045
    Not embalmed - Funeral Director: Tom M Wages Funeral Service, Inc, 3705 Hwy 78 W, Snellville, GA 30039.
  1537. The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, Vol II, p 322. III- Henry Blakiston (Wilkins) m. Nov 29, 1898, Emily Trevor Howell.
  1538. New York Herald Newspaper, P 7, 27 Nov 1898. The matrimonial schedule for this week can scarcely be called a brilliant one. Tuesday brings two interesting weddings, but they will be quite small affairs, the guests being limited to relatives and intimates...At three o'clock the same afternoon Miss Emily Trevor Howell, daughter of the late Richard Howell, and a great granddaughter of the late Andrew Sickels Norwood, will become Mrs. Henry Blackstone Wilkins, in Grace Church chantry, which means also that the invitations are by no means numerous.
  1539. The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, Vol II, p 322. II - m. Nov 29, 1898, Henry Blakiston Wilkins; issue: 1 - Alice Garrett, b. Baltimore, MD., Jan. 9, 1900.
  1540. The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, Vol II, p 322. Residence: Villa Buoninsegni, San Domenico di Fiesole, Florence, Italy.
  1541. New York Herald-Tribune, 5 May 1892, p 13. AMERICAN MILLIONAIRES; ORIGIN OF FORTUNES; LINES FO BUSINESS IN WHICH MEN HAVE MADE A MILLION:
    MRS. JOHN TREVOR - From her husband. Made in banking, railroads and stocks.
    MARY T. TREVOR - From her father, John B Trevor. Made in banking, railroads and stocks.
    EMILY H. TREVOR - From her father, John B. Trevor. Made in banking, railroads and stocks.
  1542. US Passport Application, 283864, 9 May 1923. Emily Trevor, born at Yonkers, NY, 5th day of July, 1874 - father John B Trevor, b. Philadelphia, Pa., and is now deceased.
  1543. New York Times Newspaper, 25 Dec 1943. MISS EMILY TREVOR - Miss Emily Trevor, daughter of the late John B. Trevor, financier and philanthropist, and Mrs. Emily Norwood Trevor, died yesterday in her home, 15 East Ninetieth Street, after a long illness. She was descended from early Dutch settlers of New York from Thomas Willett, the first English mayor of New York; William Floyd, signer of the Declaration of Independence, and from Colonel Benjamin Tallmadge of General Washington's staff. She was a member of the Colony Club and had been active in many charities. She leaves a brother John B Trevor.
  1544. New York Herald Newspaper, 5 June 1892, p 25. WINTHROP - TREVOR -- At St. John's Church, Yonkers, on Thrusday, June 2, 1892, by the Rev. Dr. Huntington, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Carver, GRENVILLE LINDALL WINTHROP to MARY TALLMADGE, daughter of the late John B. Trevor.
  1545. Last Willl and Testament of Mary Floyd Tallmadge Norwood.
  1546. New York Times Newspaper, 21 Feb 1956, p. 33. He was born in Yonkers on Nov 19, 1878, and traced his ancestry to Thomas Willett, a mayor of New York; William Floyd, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and Col. Benjamin Tallmadge, a member of Washington's staff.
  1547. New York Times Newspaper, 21 Feb 1956, p. 33. John Bond Trevor, a frequent adviser to Congressional committees and a long-time advocate of immigration restrictions, died yesterday afternoon after a long illness at his home, 11 East Ninety-first Street. His age was 78.
  1548. Obituary. Obituary states he was 97 in 2006.
  1549. The New York Researcher, Fall, 2006, Vol 17, No 4, p 61. Born on the Fourth of July 1909, Mr Trevor had a natural interest in genealogy and history as a descendant of William Floyd, signer of the Declaration, Benjamin Tallmadge of General Washington's staff, Thomas Hooker, Founder of Hartford, Thomas Willett, first English Mayor of New York City, and others.
  1550. Obituary, Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Wed, 30 Aug 2006. Paul Smiths: John B Trevor, Jr, 97, of Palm Beach, Fla, died peacefully on Sunday, 27 Aug 2006 in Paul Smiths.
    He was past president of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, an honorary trustee of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum of New York. He was the oldest member of the Union Club of New York City.
    Author of several books and technical articles, he co-authored Wind and Tide in Yacht Racing. He was a senior physicist at the Naval Research Laboratories during World War II, where he received the Meritorious Civilian Service Award in October 1945. He earned three degrees, AB, BS and EE from Columbia University.
    He loved the Adirondacks and the St Regis Lakes in particular. He introduced two classes of sailboats to these lakes: the M-20 and the Sunfish. (This year marks the 40th anniversary of the introduction of the M-20 class to St Regis) At one time he was senior warden of St John's in the Wilderness Episcopal Church and commodore of the St Regis Yacht Club.
    He is survived by his beloved children: John B Trevor, III, Alexander B Trevor and Emily Trevor Van Vleck; grandchildren: John B Trevor IV, Phyllis T Higgerson, Evelyn T Holm, Sophia T Girard, Tielman T Van Vleck, Irene T Brooke, Anne W Roebel, Harriet E Van Vleck and Alexander B Trevor; great grandchildren: John V, Eliza, Sophia, Serena, Ann, Sarah, Benjamin, Margaret, Susanna and Caroline; and step grandfather of John, Emily and Christopher Cummin.
    Services will be held at 12:30 PM Sunday Sept 3 at the St John's in the Wilderness Episcopal Church in Paul Smiths.

    In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Trudeau Institute in Saranac Lake.

    Funeral arrangements are in care of the Fortune-Keough Funeral Home in Saranac Lake.

  1551. The New York Researcher, Fall, 2006, Vol 17, No 4, p 61. IN MEMORIAM: JOHN BOND TREVOR, JR
    A distinguished Trustee from 1979 and President of the NYGBS from 1986-1989, Mr John Bond Trevor, Jr, FGBS, died August 27, 2006, at the age of 97 at his home Wyndover, in the Adirondacks near Paul Smith's, NY. Born on the Fourth of July 1909, Mr Trevor had a natural interest in genealogy and history as a descendant of William Floyd, signer of the Declaration, Benjamin Tallmadge of General Washington's staff, Thomas Hooker, Founder of Hartford, Thomas Willett, first English Mayor of New York City, and others.
    The son of John Bond Trevor (1878-1956) and Caroline Murray Wilmerding (1882-1975), Mr Trevor graduated from Columbia College in 1931 and held a degree from Columbia School of Engineering. At the Society he brought those skills to use a s Chairman of the House Committee in 1979 and as President by initiating an engineering survey and assessment of the physical condition of the building. Subsequent actions resulted in significant reduction of operating costs of the heating system, and installation of a modern smoke and fire alarm system. He was deeply concerted about immediate and long range plans for the Society.
    Especially noted was his interest in the installation of computers which enabled the Society to move into the age of technology. Mrs. Evelyn L Bruen Trevor predeceased her husband in 2001. As a great-great-granddaughter of John Jay, first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Mrs Trevor and her husband are buried in the Jay family Cemetery in Rye, NY. Their three children, John B Trevor, III, Alexander Bruen Trevor, and Emily Norwood Van Vleck, and their grandchildren survive them.
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