Almy Descendant No. 1233-322

99. BRADFORD7 ALMY (John6, Samuel5, Job4, William3, Christopher2, William1) b. Newport, RI, 1775; d. Ithaca, NY, 17 Apr 1824.

He m. 3 May 1808, SUSANA MARIA CORTES PADDOCK. She was a descendant of Gov. William Bradford of the Mayflower.

Children, born Ithaca, NY:

201iBRADFORD LAKISLEY8, b. 19 Oct 1819; d. Enfield, NY, 12 Jan 1892; m. MARYETTA CRONK, b. Ulysses, Tompkins County, NY, abt. 1821; d. 19 Apr 1864, age 43.
iiSUSAN M., b. 5 Aug 1822; d. Belvidere, IL, 27 Aug 1905; m. Ithaca, 1 Sep 1838, JOHN MILTON MACK, b. Mack Settlement, NY, 26 Apr 1822; d. Burritt, IL, 16 Feb 1896; son of John and Lydia (Morehouse) Mack. Susan was a nurse and John was a teacher. Children (Mack): 1. John Pierson, b. 1841; d. before 1905; m. Caroline ...... . 2. Mary Jane, b. Ulysses, NY, 24 Dec 1842; d. before 1905; m. Winnebago, IL, 14 Sep 1862, Ira Schoonmaker. 3. Henry Clay, b. Ithaca, 24 Aug 1845; m. Marshall, IA, 22 Sep 1868, Cinthia A. Wherlock. 4. Lydia M., b. 30 Nov 1846; d. Pasadena, CA, 8 Jul 1926; m. Winnebago, 24 Dec 1868, Henry C. Myers. 5. Holmes Erastus, b. 1849; d.y.. 6. Frances Eunice, b. IL, 27 Mar 1850; d. Pasadena, 6 Sep 1916; m.(1) Calvin Hoffman; m.(2) Arthur Wright. 7. Holmes S., b. IL, Apr 1854; m.(1) Lucy S. ......; m(2) Fanny Brayton. 8. Esther A.. 9. Charles Garrison, b. IL, 27 Jun 1859. 10. Fred, b. about 1860; d. Waterloo, IA. 11. Emma, b. Nov 1864; m. 1883, W. E. Hudson. 12. Alice, b. IL, 1865; m. ...... Vyse. 13. Alma, b. IL, 1867; d. 1903; m. ...... Ford. 14. Kate Adella, b. IL, Sep 1869; m. 1883, James H. Armitage.

Bradford Almy was an early pioneer westward, and first bought 1,800 acres of land in the township of Brokenstraw, Bradford County, PA, but a little later came to Covert, Seneca County, NY, where other members of his family had settled. There was patriotic blood in his veins, and in 1812 he enlisted, served honorably, and was twice wounded at Lundy's Lane. In the then primitive condition of surgery, the bullets could not be removed from his body, though he passed much time in hospitals and suffered several operations. He died in Ithaca, at No. 53 North Aurora Street, while his son, the father of Judge Almy, was a child.