163. ALBERT SIDNEY7 ALMY (Isaac Cook6, Cook5, John4, Job3-2, William1),b. Tiverton, RI, 31 Jul 1836; d. Bristol, RI, 10 Feb 1915.
He m.(1) Providence, RI, 3 Feb 1861, LOUISA A. BESSEY, b. ME about 1843; d. Providence, 20 Sep 1864; dau of John and Ruth Bessey. He m.(2) Providence, 7 Jan 1866, CORNELIA AUGUSTA KNIGHT, b. 3 Jul 1845; d. Bristol, 24 Jan 1936; dau of Jeremiah Knight.
Child by first marriage:
|i||ARMOND BESSEY8, b. Providence, 18 Jan 1862; d. 25 May 1866.|
Children by second marriage:
|ii||NORA NIOBE, b. Providence, 26 Apr 1868; d. Bristol, 5 Jun 1937; m. Bristol, 9 Sep 1890, ALFRED GARDNER EARLE.|
|iii||ALICE BATEMAN, b. Bristol, 16 Nov 1883; d. Providence, 23 Dec 1985; unmarried.|
The Albert Sidney Almy household is in the 1900 Federal census for Bristol, RI, as follows: Albert S. 63, b. RI Jul 1836; Cornelia 53, b. RI Jul 1846; and Alice B. 16, daughter, b. RI Nov 1883.
Alice Bateman Almy held many offices in the Bristol and Rhode Island state DAR organizations and was a staunch supporter of the CAR (Children of the American Revolution). She was always deeply interested in the compilation and preservation of historical and genealogical records. She was an organizer and charter member of the Bristol Historical Society, and served as its president and curator. Alice's SS No. is 039-22-0922.
REFERENCES: FAMILY RECORDS; FEDERAL CENSUS; LAWTON p. 56; RIVR, Providence (Vols. 2, 3, 4).