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Adam Stom (1818-1879)

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Adam Stom was born on November 11, 1818 in Ellery, New York to Lawrence Stom and Charity Pickard. Adam worked as a farmer in Ellery, New York. Adam married his first cousin, Sarah M. Pickard, daughter of Peter Pickard and Mary Fenton-Miller. His parents lived with his family until their deaths. Adam died on June 20, 1879 in Ellery, New York.



Children


Offspring of Adam Stom and Sarah M. Pickard (1824-1890)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sarah Teresa Stom (1845-?) 1845 Unknown Woodward (?-?)

Mary Jeanette Stom (1846-1875) 19 September 1846 (New York+ United States) 23 October 1875 (New York+ United States) Henry Wheeler (1845-1897)

Charity A. Stom (1854-1892) 1854 (New York+ United States) 29 May 1892 (Pickard Street+Ellery+ Chautauqua CountyNew York+ United States) John B. Carpenter (1848-1927)

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Common ancestors of Adam Stom (1818-1879) and Sarah M. Pickard (1824-1890)

  1. Anna Barbara Weiser (1700-1750)
  2. Anna Elizabeth Stroh (?-?)
  3. Anna Kuhn (1654-bef1758)
  4. Anna Magdalena Uebele (1668-1709)
  5. Anna Marie Kummer (1634-?)
  6. Barbara Elisabetha Bellinger (1694-aft1738)
  7. Bartholomew Pickard, Jr. (1676-1742)
  8. Eechje Classez (1680-1767)
  9. Gertrude Windecker (1738-?)
  10. Hans John Gerlach (1632-1682)
  11. Jacobus Pickard (1730-1791)
  12. Johann Christian Gerlach (1672-1764)
  13. Johann Conrad Weiser (1662-1746)
  14. Johann Hartman Windecker (1676-aft1754)
  15. John Adam Garlock (1733-1822)
  16. John Pickard (1760-1827)
  17. John Schill (?-?)
  18. Magdelena Maria Garlock (1767-1851)
  19. Maria Lena Schill (1745-1834)
  20. Nicholas Bellinger (1645-aft1719)
  21. Nicholas Pickard (1701-c1750)
  22. Nicolaus Windecker, Jr. (1653-?)



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