======================================= Source: HISTORY OF WYOMING CO., NY BY: F. W. BEERS, 1880 =======================================
CYRUS COBURN was born in Vermont, March 26th, 1800. His parents removed from Essex Co., NY, in July, 1812, to lot 52, Orangeville, then an unbroken wilderness. When a young man Mr. Coburn bought and cleared a farm on lot 52, where he lived until his death, July 18th, 1878. In 1857 he built a shingle-mill and turning lathe on his farm, which is still worked part of the time. He was a leading member of the Presbyterian church of Orangeville nearly fifty years. He was married Jan. 6th, 1825, to HANNAH MORSE, a daughter of Simeon Morse, of Orangeville, NY. She was born in Greene Co., N.Y., Nov. 19th, 1806, and came with her parents to Orangeville in 1816. She still, with the assistance of her sons, Clifford Coburn and Franklin Coburn, carries on the homestead farm. Mr. Coburn's children were, Calvin L. Coburn, born Nov. 5th, 1825; who died March 28th, 1854; Clifford M. Coburn, born July 31st, 1828; James F. Coburn, born Dec. 18th, 1830; Lucy Coburn, born July 16th, 1836, the wife of William F. Walker, of Cataract, WI; Norton Coburn, born May 27th, 1839, died March 28th, 1867; Mary Coburn, born April 6th, 1841, died Sept. 6th, 1844.