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BETTS Family

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Descendants of
JAMES BETTS

1.1  JAMES BETTS (b. ca 1715) m. MARTHA UNKNOWN (b. ca 1717)

      2.1 JUSTUS BETTS (b. 5-1736, West Henrietta, Monroe Co., NY)

            3.1 ZILLAH BETTS (b. 1766, West Henrietta, Monroe Co., NY; d. 12-24-1846, West Henrietta,
                  Monroe Co. NY) m. 1-20-1783, Bennington, VT, ASA BAKER (b. ca 1760, Bennington, VT;
                  d. 9-24-1800, Northampton, Ontario, MA)   (For children, see ASA BAKER)

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PERRY Family

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Descendants of
TIMOTHY PERRY

1.1 TIMOTHY PERRY (b. ca 1744) m. 11-29-1759, Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA, HULDAH HILL (b. ca 1744,
       Portsmouth, NH), daugher of JAMES HILLand ELIZABETH HEWES

      2.1 TIMOTHY PERRY (b. 10-17-1763, Rehoboth, Bristol Co., NY; d. 11-9-1815) m. 9-4-1784, Attleboro,
             Bristol Co., MA, THANKFUL TYLER (Taylor) (b. 4-22-1770, Ashfield, Franklin Co., MA), daughter
             of JONATHAN TAYLOR and THANKFUL PHINEY

            3.1 RIVAL TYLER PERRY, SR. (b. 7-24-1788, Attleborough, Bristol Co., MA; d. 3-25-1847, West Henrietta,
                  Monroe Co., NY) m. 2-1-1813, Wheatland, Monroe Co., NY, ABIGAIL GOODHUE (b. 12-30-1796, VT;
                  d. 9-27-1881, West Henrietta, Monroe Co., NY, buried prob. Brininstool Cemetery, Henrietta, NY) 
                  RIVAL lived in Riga, Monroe Co., NY, in 1820, then in Wheatland in 1830 and Henrietta, NY,
                  by 1840.

                  4.1 MARY ANN PERRY (b. 5-31-1825, Wheatland, Monroe Co., NY; d. 3-20-1889, Wheatland, Monroe
                       Co., NY) m. 10-20-1842, Henrietta, Monroe Co., NY, SAMUEL BAKER (b. 10-30-1820, West Henrietta,
                       Monroe Co., NY; d. 4-30-1878, Wheatland, Monroe Co., NY), son of LEANDER BAKER and MARILLA
                       HOVEY (For children, see SAMUEL BAKER)

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GOODHUE Family

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Descendants of
WILLIAM GOODHUE

1.1 WILLIAM GOODHUE, Deacon (b. 1613, Kent Co., England; d. 1700, in Essex, Essex Co., MA) m. 1634,
      MARGERY WATSON (b. 1617, Kent Co., England; d. 8-28-1668, Ipswich, Essex Co., MA)

      2.1 JOSEPH GOODHUE, Deacon (b. 1639, Ipswich, Essex Co., MA; d. 9-2-1697, Ipswich, Essex Co., MA)
             m. 10-15-1684, RACHEL UNKNOWN (d. 1691, Ipswich, Essex Co., MA)

            3.1 JOSEPH GOODHUE (b. 1687, Ipswich, Essex Co., MA) m. ca 6-5-1708, SARAH SMITH

                  4.1 GEORGE GOODHUE (b. 8-8-1709, Ipswich, Essex Co., MA; d 1776, prob. Newbury, Essex Co.,
                        MA) m. 1737  SARAH MORSE (b. 1-24-1715, prob. Newbury, Essex Co., MA; d. bef. 1746,
                        Newbury, Essex Co., MA), daughter of JOSEPH MORSE and MARY UNKNOWN

                        5.1 GEORGE GOODHUE II (b. 1746, Newbury, Essex Co., MA; d. aft. 1791, Goodhue Lake, Steuben
                              Co., NY) m. SUSANNA "Joanna" MITCHELL

                              6.1 GEORGE GOODHUE III (b. 3-20-1769, Newburyport, Essex Co., MA; d. 12-25-1851,
                                    Wheatland, Monroe Co., NY, buried Barbutt Cemetery, Wheatland, NY) m.
                                    ca 1795, LOIS HEARD (b. 1773, d. 8-13-1844, Wheatland, Monroe Co., NY, buried
                                    Garbutt Cemetery, Wheatland, NY)

                                    GEORGE lived for a time in Vermont. In 1793 he moved his family to Painted Post in
                                    Steuben Co., NY. In Feb. 1797, they moved to Parma and were the third settlers in that
                                    town.

                                    His son-in-law, stated, "He was twelve days making his way with an old team and sled,
                                    on which were his family and goods, from Painted Post to the present site of Rochester,
                                    and spent the nights of his time in the woods. At this time, 'Indian' Allen's mill and
  
                               saw mill were the only buildings, not only where the city of Rochester now stands,
                                    but for many miles around. The only inhabitant that he  found on crossing the River,
                                    for many miles, was Mr. Josiah Fish, who lived in the mill and had charge of it. At the
                                    time of Mr. Goodhue's advent, the whole site of the present city could have been
                                    purchased for a trifling consideration; but densely timbered swamp offered only a
                                    poor inducement to wring a subsistence from its soil, and he passed to a more
                                    promising locality. For many years he was actively engaged with other pioneers in
                                    opening roads, etc. In 1804, he assisted in cutting out a road from Parma Corners to
                                    the Greece Meeting House, and had previously assisted in opening the Ridge
                                    Road from that point to the Genesee Landing.  He also drove the first wagon team
                                    that went west out of Rochester on the Ridge road. He, in company with Jonathan Leonard,
                                    chopped and cleared that part of the city now known as Main and St. Paul Streets.
                                    After struggling with hardships, sickness and privations, such as none but an early pioneer
                                    in this country can appreciate, he in 1803 left Parma for the present town of Wheatland
                                    and settled on the farm which he has since occupied until the day of his death."

                                    7.1 ABIGAIL GOODHUE (b. 12-30-1796, VT; d. 9-27-1881, West Henrietta, Monroe Co., NY,
                                          buried prob. Brininstool Cemetery, Henrietta, NY) m. 2-1-1813, Wheatland, Monroe
                                          Co., NY,  RIVAL TYLER PERRY, SR. (b. 7-24-1788, Attleborough, Bristol Co., MA; d. 3-25-1847,
                                          West Henrietta, Monroe Co., NY), son of TIMOTHY PERRY and THANKFUL TYLER
                                          (For children, see RIVAL TYLER PERRY, SR.)

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