Birth: 17 JUN 1799 Florida, Montgomery Co, New York

1800 Census: The only Herrick on the Florida, Montgomery Co, New York census for that year is Daniel Herrick
Note: 2 males under 10, 1 male 10-16, 1 male 16-26, 1 male 26-45, 2 females under 10, 1 female 10-16, one female 26-45.

Note: A Daniel Herrick and Cathy Hobs were married in Florida, Montgomery Co, New York on 15 NOV 1795.

Occupation: Boot & Shoe Maker
Place: New York

Marriage: 04 JAN 1825 Broadalbin, Fulton Co, New York

Birth of Son: 13 OCT 1825
Name: Charles Avery Herrick
Place: Galway, Saratoga Co, New York

 

Birth of Son: 13 MAY 1827
Name: Isaac Newman Herrick

 

Birth of Son: 26 JAN 1829
Name: William Smith Herrick

 

1830 Census: Broadalbin, Fulton Co, New York

Birth of Daughter: 01 DEC 1830
Name: Sarah Eliza Herrick

Birth of Daughter: 13 MAR 1833
Name: Hannah Parsons Herrick

 

Birth of Daughter: 01 MAR 1836
Name: Olive Mary Herrick

Birth of Son: 29 FEB 1840
Name: Norman Henry Herrick
Place: Milton, Saratoga Co, New York

1840 Census: Milton (Wilton), Saratoga Co, New York
Note: Either his mother or his mother-in-law was also living in their household at the time. There is also a Lucy Herrick living in Milton, Saratoga Co, New York at this time.

Birth of Daughter: 15 JUN 1843
Name: Caroline Elizabeth Herrick

Moved to: 1845
Place: Waterloo, Michigan, USA

1850 Census: 23 SEP 1850
Place: Waterloo, Jackson Co, Michigan
Note: Wife, Sarah, and six children are living in household.

Religion: Presbyterian
Place: Jackson Co, Michigan, USA

Death: 12 SEP 1856 Waterloo, Jackson Co, Michigan

Buried: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Jackson Co, Michigan
Note: Seymour & Welsh Lake Rd. in Jackson Co.,MI

Parents are unknown

Samuel was a boot and shoemaker in New York.  He came to Michigan in 1846 from Milton, Saratoga Co, New York and settled in Waterloo, Jackson Co, Michigan.  He was a farmer.  Samuel and Sarah had eight children of which only four were still alive in 1890 when the biographical sketch on his son-in-law, Donald McIntyre, was published.  The living children were Isaac, William, Sarah and Olive.  He was a Presbyterian and a Whig/Republican.     – from Portrait and Biographical Album of Ingham & Livingston Counties, W.C. Cox.

Sarah Ann Newman

Birth: 29 JAN 1796 W. Schenechady Co, New York

Name Var: Sally

Moved to: 1845
Place: Jackson Co, Michigan

Religion: Presbyterian
Place: Jackson Co, Michigan, USA

1860 Census: 16 AUG 1860
Place: Waterloo, Jackson Co, Michigan
Note: Three sons are also living in household.

1870 Census: 24 JUN 1870
Place: Waterloo, Jackson Co, Michigan
Note: Living with her son, Isaac’s family.

1870 Census: 01 JUL 1870
Place: White Oak, Ingham Co, Michigan
Note: Living with her son-in-law, Donald McIntyre, and daughter’s family.  Not long after first 1870 census. 🙂

1880 Census: 04 JUN 1880
Place: Waterloo, Jackson Co, Michigan
Note: Living with her son, Isaac’s family.

Death: 22 NOV 1880 Jackson Co, Michigan
Note: Didn’t see death record in Jackson Co, Michigan

Buried: Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Jackson Co, Michigan
Note: Seymour & Welsh Lake Rd. in Jackson Co.,MI
Inscription: Wife of Samuel M-age 61 yr

Click here to see parents: Isaac Newman and Olive Weed

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