"Daddy" is what Schuyler would have called Samuel! How nice to make a connection. Which child are you descended from? Our Schuyler died in the Civil War and his wife remarried. Much of the info I have is from his Civil War record and his wife's pension application. Here is the census info I have on Samuel and will write more directly--great to make a connection! Samuel and Fanny had seven children. About 1836 they moved from New York to Michigan.
1840 Census for Tecumseh, Lenawee County Michigan, page 108: Sam'l Aldrich: one male 5 to 10 (Schuyler), one male 30 to 40 (Samuel), two females under 5 (Huldah and Mary Jane), and one female 20 to 30 (Fanny). (Living nearby were Thomas Braman and Jacob Bamburn, both 30 to 40 years old. Further research needs to be done to deterine if these were Fanny's siblings.)
1850 Census for Freedom, Washtenaw County Michigan as enumerated on Oct 15, 1850, Household 215: Samuel Aldrich 42 Farmer $150 in real estate and place of birth unknown, Fanny 38 born in NH, Schuyler 20 farmer born in NY, Huldah 15 born in NY, Mary Jane 13 born in MI, William 9 born in MI, Sarah M. 7 born in MI, Henry 6 born in MI, and Harriet 3 born in MI. Huldah, Mary Jane, William and Sarah all attended school within the last year.
1860 Census for Manchester, Washtenaw County Michigan, page 80, Household 116: Samuel Aldrich 52 Farmer with $1,200 in real estate and $200 in personal property and born in NY; Fanny 48 born in NH; Sarah 18 born in Michigan; Henry 14 born in Michigan and Harriet 12 born in Michigan. All three children attended school within the last year.
1870 Census for Manchester, Washtenaw County Michigan, page 239R, Household 220: Samuel Aldrich 63 Farmer with $700 in real estate and $1, 500 in personal property born in Canada East with both parents foreign born; Sarah 27 keeping house born in Michigan with father foreign born; and Henry 25 Farm laborer born in Michigan with father foreign born.