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General InformationEdit

This is an attempt to list all the descendants of George Woolsey (1610-1698).

George Woolsey of Long Island has many descendants. Just recorded here are 3302+:

  • 8 Children (gen 2)
  • 26+ Grand Children (gen 3)
  • 98+ Great-grandchildren (gen 4)
  • 173+ Great-great-grandchildren (gen 5)
  • 234+ Great-great-great-grandchildren (gen 6)
  • 414+ Great-great-great-great-grandchildren (gen 7)
  • 575+ Great-great-great-great-great-grandchildren (gen 8)
  • 659+ Great-great-great-great-great-great-grandchildren (gen 9)
  • 641+ Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandchildren (gen 10)
  • 312+ Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandchildren (gen 11)
  • 113+ Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandchildren (gen 12)
  • 42+ Great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandchildren (gen 13)
  • 6 Great-great-great-great-great-great-great--great-great-great-great-grandchildren (gen 14)

Including a number of famous descendants :

Descendants ListEdit









ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ 1850 Census - Lancaster, Stephenson, Illinois
  2. ^ 1860 Census - Springfield, Summit, Ohio
  3. ^ 1870 Census - Stow, Summit, Ohio
  4. ^ 1850 Census - Lancaster, Stephenson, Illinois
  5. ^ 1860 Census - Springfield, Summit, Ohio
  6. ^ 1870 Census - Stow, Summit, Ohio
  7. ^ 1850 Census - Lancaster, Stephenson, Illinois
  8. ^ 1860 Census - Springfield, Summit, Ohio
  9. ^ 1850 Census - Lancaster, Stephenson, Illinois
  10. ^ 1860 Census - Springfield, Summit, Ohio
  11. ^ 1850 Census - Lancaster, Stephenson, Illinois
  12. ^ 1860 Census - Springfield, Summit, Ohio
  13. ^ 1850 Census - Lancaster, Stephenson, Illinois
  14. ^ 1860 Census - Springfield, Summit, Ohio
  15. ^ 1870 Census - Stow, Summit, Ohio
  16. ^ 1850 Census - Lancaster, Stephenson, Illinois
  17. ^ 1860 Census - Springfield, Summit, Ohio
  18. ^ 1850 Census - Lancaster, Stephenson, Illinois
  19. ^ 1860 Census - Springfield, Summit, Ohio
  20. ^ 1850, 1860 Census - Milton, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  21. ^ 1870, 1880 Census - Turbot, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  22. ^ 1850, 1860 Census - Milton, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  23. ^ 1870, 1880 Census - Turbot, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  24. ^ 1850, 1860 Census - Milton, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  25. ^ 1880 Census - Turbot, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  26. ^ 1880 Census - Turbot, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  27. ^ 1880 Census - Turbot, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  28. ^ 1880 Census - Turbot, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  29. ^ 1850, 1860 Census - Milton, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  30. ^ 1870 Census - Turbot, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  31. ^ 1850, 1860 Census - Milton, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  32. ^ 1870 Census - Turbot, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  33. ^ 1850 Census - Milton, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  34. ^ 1860 Census - Milton, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  35. ^ 1870, 1880 Census - Turbot, Northumberland, Pennsylvania
  36. ^ 1850 Census - Bensalem, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  37. ^ 1870 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  38. ^ 1850 Census - Bensalem, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  39. ^ 1850 Census - Bensalem, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  40. ^ 1850 Census - Bensalem, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  41. ^ 1850 Census - Bensalem, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  42. ^ 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  43. ^ 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  44. ^ 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  45. ^ 1900, 1910, 1920 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  46. ^ 1900 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  47. ^ 1900 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  48. ^ 1880 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  49. ^ 1850 Census - Bensalem, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  50. ^ 1870 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  51. ^ 1880 Census - Middletown, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  52. ^ 1870 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  53. ^ 1880 Census - Middletown, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  54. ^ 1870 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  55. ^ 1870 Census - Upper Makefield, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  56. ^ 1880 Census - Middletown, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  57. ^ 1880 Census - Middletown, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  58. ^ 1850 Census - Bensalem, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  59. ^ 1870 Census - Niles, Cook, Illinois
  60. ^ 1880 Census - Park Ridge, Cook, Illinois
  61. ^ 1900 Census - Chicago Ward 15, Cook, Illinois
  62. ^ 1870 Census - Niles, Cook, Illinois
  63. ^ 1880 Census - Park Ridge, Cook, Illinois
  64. ^ 1900 Census - Chicago Ward 15, Cook, Illinois
  65. ^ 1870 Census - Niles, Cook, Illinois
  66. ^ 1880 Census - Park Ridge, Cook, Illinois
  67. ^ 1870 Census - Niles, Cook, Illinois
  68. ^ 1880 Census - Park Ridge, Cook, Illinois
  69. ^ 1900 Census - Chicago Ward 14, Cook, Illinois
  70. ^ 1930 Census - Chicago, Cook, Illinois
  71. ^ 1900 Census - Chicago Ward 14, Cook, Illinois
  72. ^ 1900 Census - Chicago Ward 14, Cook, Illinois
  73. ^ 1930 Census - Chicago, Cook, Illinois
  74. ^ 1930 Census - Chicago, Cook, Illinois
  75. ^ 1900 Census - Chicago Ward 14, Cook, Illinois
  76. ^ 1880 Census - Park Ridge, Cook, Illinois
  77. ^ 1880 Census - Park Ridge, Cook, Illinois
  78. ^ 1850 Census - Bensalem, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  79. ^ 1850 Census - Bensalem, Bucks, Pennsylvania
  80. ^ 1930 Census - Grosse Pointe Park, Wayne, Michigan
    M Woolsey Campau, 55 MI, power [lant heating engineer
    Edith, 43 NJ
    Mary, 9 MI
    Elise, 8 MI
    Margaret, 7 MI
    Thatcher M Adams, 18 NY, step-son
    Jean Thompson, 36 sweden, servant
  81. ^ Hewitt Campau Wells '38 *40 Published in Jan. 24, 1990, issue HEW WELLS died on Oct. 2, 1989, after a year's illness. He had gradually retired from practicing architecture and was busily pursuing watercolor painting, an avocation at which he excelled. He also taught and judged art shows. Hew prepared at Choate, belonged to Cloister Inn and the Triangle Club, and graduated summa cum laude in architecture. He received his master's in 1940. During WWII, he served on the destroyer U.S.S. BAILEY in the Pacific, earning three battle stars. Kidder Smith '35's ARCHITECTURE OF THE U.S. describes Hew's work as outstanding. An expert in earthquake-proof design, his projects withstood the recent temblor in California. He was a consultant to the Nevada State Public Works Board and a member of the Nevada Wildlife Commission and the boards of the Salvation Army, Trout Unlimited, and other conservation groups. In 50 Years Later, he wrote: "It has been a great life! A great profession, involvement in the outdoors as a hunter and fisherman, a wonderful family, good friends, and good hunting dogs! I have had the privilege of a talent for drawing and painting to keep me ever busy." Hewitt is survived by his widow, Marian, two daughters, and Marian's two sons. We share their great sorrow. The Class of 1938 Princeton Alumni Weekly
  82. ^ 1880 Census - Buffalo, Erie, New York
    Livingstone Lansing, 38 NY, lawyer
    Grace C, 36 CT
    Henry L, 11 NY
    Cleveland C, 6 NY
    Catharine, 2 NY
  83. ^ 1920 Census - Hempstead, YNassau, New York
    Cleveland C Lansing, 45 NY, bond broker
    Abbie L, 38 MN
    Livingston, 8 NY
    Mary L, 6 NY
    Gerrit, 3 11/12 NY
    Annie, 24 NY
  84. ^ The History of the Descendants of John Dwight, of Dedham, Mass
  85. ^ 1880 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  86. ^ 1880 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  87. ^ 1880 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  88. ^ 1880 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  89. ^ 1920 Census - Manhattan Assembly District 10, New York, New York
  90. ^ 1930 census - Manhattan, New York, New York
  91. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  92. ^ 1920 Census - Manhattan Assembly District 10, New York, New York
  93. ^ 1930 census - Manhattan, New York, New York
  94. ^ 1870, 1880 Census - Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut
  95. ^ 1850 Census - Northern Liberties Ward 4, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  96. ^ 1870, 1880 Census - Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut
  97. ^ 1870, 1880 Census - Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut
  98. ^ 1870, 1880 Census - Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut
  99. ^ 1910 Census - Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts
  100. ^ 1920 Census - Catonsville, Baltimore, Maryland
  101. ^ 1930 Census - Election District 1, Baltimore, Maryland
  102. ^ 1910 Census - Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts
  103. ^ 1920 Census - Catonsville, Baltimore, Maryland
  104. ^ 1930 Census - Election District 1, Baltimore, Maryland
  105. ^ 1910 Census - Stockbridge, Berkshire, Massachusetts
  106. ^ 1920 Census - Catonsville, Baltimore, Maryland
  107. ^ 1930 Census - Election District 1, Baltimore, Maryland
  108. ^ 1920 Census - Catonsville, Baltimore, Maryland
  109. ^ 1930 Census - Election District 1, Baltimore, Maryland
  110. ^ 1920 Census - Catonsville, Baltimore, Maryland
  111. ^ 1930 Census - Election District 1, Baltimore, Maryland
  112. ^ 1880 Census - Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut
  113. ^ 1880 Census - Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut
  114. ^ 1880 Census - Middletown, Middlesex, Connecticut
  115. ^ 1850 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  116. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - New Haven Ward 6, New Haven, Connecticut
  117. ^ 1880 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  118. ^ 1850 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  119. ^ 1850 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  120. ^ 1850 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  121. ^ 1860 Census - New Haven Ward 6, New Haven, Connecticut
  122. ^ 1850 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  123. ^ 1860 Census - New Haven Ward 6, New Haven, Connecticut
  124. ^ 1850 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  125. ^ 1850 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  126. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - New Haven Ward 6, New Haven, Connecticut
  127. ^ 1850 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  128. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - New Haven Ward 6, New Haven, Connecticut
  129. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - New Haven Ward 6, New Haven, Connecticut
  130. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - New Haven Ward 6, New Haven, Connecticut
  131. ^ 1880, 1900 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  132. ^ 1910, 1920 Census - New Haven Ward 1, New Haven, Connecticut
  133. ^ 1880 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  134. ^ 1880, 1900, 1930 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  135. ^ 1910 Census - Albuquerque Ward 2, Bernalillo, New Mexico
  136. ^ 1930 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  137. ^ 1910 Census - Albuquerque Ward 2, Bernalillo, New Mexico
  138. ^ 1930 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  139. ^ 1910 Census - Albuquerque Ward 2, Bernalillo, New Mexico
  140. ^ 1930 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  141. ^ LA FARGE--Anne (Woolsey), 94, wife of the late Edward Hooper La Farge of Killingworth, CT, died peacefully at the Weiss Hospice Unit at the Middlesex Memorial Hospital on April 5, 2005. Daughter of the late Theodore Salisbury and Ruby Pickett Woolsey of New Haven, CT, she was born in Albuquerque, NM on June 4, 1910. She is survived by her sister, Edith Woolsey Nutt, one son, Edward T. La Farge; six daughters: Natalie Goss, Anne Culman, Patricia Knopp, Elizabeth La Farge, Margaret Pinsky and Catherine La Farge England; 12 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. A political activist, community volunteer and good neighbor, Anne was also an avid reader and intensely enjoyed gardening. She was devoted to her extended family. There will be a Memorial Mass at St. Lawrence's Church, Killingworth, CT on June 18. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Anne's memory to the Middlesex Hospital Homecare Hospice, 51 Broad St, Middletown, CT 06457 or Killingworth Land Trust, Box 825, Killingworth, CT 06419.
  142. ^ Edward Hooper LaFarge, a professor of art at the Rhode Island School of Design for 30 years, died Jan. 28 at the Middlesex Memorial Hospital in Middletown, Conn. He was 79 years old and lived in Killingworth, Conn. Mr. La Farge, a grandson of the artist John LaFarge, graduated from Choate School and Harvard University. Before turning to teaching, he served as private secretary to Nicholas Roosevelt, Ambassador to Hungary under President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. He is survived by his wife, the former Anne Salisbury Woolsey; a son, Edward T.; six daughters: Natalie Goss, Anne Culman, Patricia Knopp, Elizabeth LaFarge, Margaret Pinsky and Catherine England; two brothers, L. Bancel and Henry Adams, and 10 grandchildren.
  143. ^ 1930 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  144. ^ NUTT--Edith Woolsey. Died August 22, 2005, in Providence, RI. Daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Salisbury Woolsey Jr. Beloved wife of Richard S. Nutt. Devoted mother of Richard & Benjamin. Loving grandmother of Aaron. A Requiem Mass in St. Stephen's Church, Providence, August 25, was followed by burial in The Grove Street Cemetery, New Haven, CT.
  145. ^ 1930 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  146. ^ 1930 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  147. ^ JACKSON--Patricia Woolsey. Of New Haven, CT, Delray Beach, FL, and Easthampton, NY, died peacefully August 17, at 87 years of age. She is survived by three children, Suzanne J. Cartier, Sheila J. Leach and Lionel Stewart Jackson Jr.; five grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and two sisters, Anne W. LaFarge and Edith W. Nutt. (died August 17 2004
  148. ^ JACKSON-Lionel Stewart Sr. Former publisher of the New Haven Register and Journal-Courier Newspapers died peacefully at home in Montecito, California on September 1, 1999 after a long illness. His loving wife Patricia Hope Johnstone Jackson, sister Katherine Reece, daughters Susan Cartier, Sheila Leach and son Lionel Stewart Jackson Jr. and five grandchildren survive him. Born in New Haven on June 25, 1915, Mr. Jackson was the son of the late John Day Jackson and Rose Herrick Jackson, and was the sixth of a family of eight children. Mr. Jackson graduated from Kent School in 1933. One of his fondest memories of his years there was his membership on the rowing crew that brought the school its first ever to win in the Thames Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta in England. For fifty years prior to his retirement in 1987 Mr. Jackson was the CEO and publisher of the Jackson Newspapers based in New Haven, Connecticut. Mr. Jackson's father, John Day Jackson, purchased The Register in 1895 launching a publishing operation that was to become the New Haven region's dominant newspaper concern. Those who worked for Mr. Jackson recall him as a considerate boss who cared deeply about the newspapers, his employees and his community. Lionel Jackson was a gentle and thoughtful man, said Walter J. Nester, former Vice President and General Manager at The Register, who knew Mr. Jackson for more than 40 years. He was devoted to the newspapers and the community they served. He enjoyed the challenge of publishing good newspapers. I know I share with many current and former employees who knew Lionel a deep sense of loss. Mr. Jackson was active in a wide variety of businesses, civic and cultural organizations. A list of organizations in which he served as a Director or member at one time during his life would include: the former Connecticut Bank and Trust Company, The Connecticut Public Expenditure Council, The President's Advisory Council of Quinnepiac College, Yale-New Haven Hospital, The United Way of Greater New Haven, The Salvation Army, and the Connecticut Blue Cross. Mr. Jackson also served as a Director of the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce, and as a member of the Central Housing Committee and the Connecticut Action Committee. He was also a strong supporter of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, and was named as an honorary director of that organization. Mr. Jackson was an accomplished pianist who once soloed with the New Haven Businessman's Orchestra. An avid boater, Mr. Jackson often commuted alone between his summer home on outer Long Island and Connecticut. He captained his small diesel powered yacht along Intercoastal waterways between Long Island Sound and Florida on almost an annual basis. Mr. Jackson was a member of several yacht clubs, including the Devon Yacht Club of East Hampton, Long Island and one in Delray Beach, Florida. Mr. Jackson was also one of the strongest supporters of New Haven Boys Clubs, Inc. Private services will be held on Tuesday in Montecito, California. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to St. Francis Medical Foundation in Santa Barbara, California.
  149. ^ 1900 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  150. ^ 1910 Census - Manhattan Ward 12, New York, New York
  151. ^ 1930 Census - Rye, Westchester, New York
  152. ^ World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
  153. ^ U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
  154. ^ 1910 Census - Manhattan Ward 12, New York, New York
  155. ^ 1930 Census - Rye, Westchester, New York
  156. ^ 1930 Census - Rye, Westchester, New York
  157. ^ 1930 Census - Rye, Westchester, New York
  158. ^ 1930 Census - Rye, Westchester, New York
  159. ^ 1860, 1870 Census - New Haven Ward 6, New Haven, Connecticut
  160. ^ 1880 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  161. ^ 1860 Census - New Haven Ward 6, New Haven, Connecticut
  162. ^ 1870 Census - New Haven Ward 6, New Haven, Connecticut
  163. ^ 1880 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  164. ^ 1870 Census - New Haven Ward 6, New Haven, Connecticut
  165. ^ 1880 Census - New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut
  166. ^ 1910, 1920 Census - New Haven Ward 1, New Haven, Connecticut
  167. ^ 1850, 1860 Census - Flatbush, Kings, New York
  168. ^ 1850, 1860 Census - Flatbush, Kings, New York
  169. ^ 1850 Census - Flatlands, Kings, New York
  170. ^ 1850 Census - Flatlands, Kings, New York
  171. ^ 1880 Census - Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
  172. ^ 1850 Census - Flatlands, Kings, New York
  173. ^ 1880 Census - Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
  174. ^ 1850 Census - Flatlands, Kings, New York
  175. ^ 1880 Census - Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
  176. ^ 1880 Census - Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
  177. ^ 1900, 1910 Census - Richmond Ward 5, Richmond, New York
  178. ^ 1920 Census - Richmond Assembly District 2, Richmond, New York
  179. ^ 1920 Census - Richmond Assembly District 2, Richmond, New York
  180. ^ 1930 Census - Richmond, Richmond, New York
  181. ^ 1900, 1910 Census - Richmond Ward 5, Richmond, New York
  182. ^ 1920 Census - Richmond Assembly District 2, Richmond, New York
  183. ^ 1930 Census - Richmond, Richmond, New York
  184. ^ 1900, 1910 Census - Richmond Ward 5, Richmond, New York
  185. ^ 1920 Census - Richmond Assembly District 2, Richmond, New York
  186. ^ 1900, 1910 Census - Richmond Ward 5, Richmond, New York
  187. ^ 1920 Census - Richmond Assembly District 2, Richmond, New York
  188. ^ 1930 Census - Richmond, Richmond, New York
  189. ^ 1910 Census - Richmond Ward 5, Richmond, New York
  190. ^ 1920 Census - Richmond Assembly District 2, Richmond, New York
  191. ^ 1930 Census - Richmond, Richmond, New York
  192. ^ 1920 Census - Richmond Assembly District 2, Richmond, New York
  193. ^ 1930 Census - Richmond, Richmond, New York
  194. ^ 1920 Census - Richmond Assembly District 2, Richmond, New York
  195. ^ 1930 Census - Richmond, Richmond, New York
  196. ^ 1880 Census - Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
  197. ^ 1850, 1860 Census - Flatbush, Kings, New York
  198. ^ 1860 Census - Flatbush, Kings, New York
  199. ^ 1870 Census - Flatlands, Kings, New York
  200. ^ 1880 Census - Kings (Brooklyn), New York City-Greater, New York
  201. ^ 1900 Census - Brooklyn Ward 32, Kings, New York
  202. ^ 1860 Census - Flatbush, Kings, New York
  203. ^ 1870 Census - Flatlands, Kings, New York
  204. ^ 1860 Census - Flatbush, Kings, New York
  205. ^ 1870 Census - Flatlands, Kings, New York
  206. ^ 1860 Census - Flatbush, Kings, New York
  207. ^ 1870 Census - Flatlands, Kings, New York
  208. ^ 1860 Census - Flatbush, Kings, New York
  209. ^ 1870 Census - Flatlands, Kings, New York
  210. ^ 1860 Census - Flatbush, Kings, New York
  211. ^ 1870 Census - Flatlands, Kings, New York
  212. ^ 1850, 1860 Census - Flatbush, Kings, New York

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