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LDS IGI Individual Record
Source Call No.: 1553578 Type: Film
Aclanta is referenced in the following DAR lineages
NSDAR Vol. 17, P 153, ID# 16408 - Mrs. Grace Gere Soule, b. Syracuse, NY.
Wife of Frank Channing Soule.
Descendendant of Ens. Nathan Stanton, Lieut. Col. Asa Waterman and Ens. Elisha Cady.
Daughter of William Henry Harrison Gere and Octavia Francis Cady, his wife.
Grandaughter of Robert Gere and Sophia Stanton, his wife; Asa Cady and Aclanta Buell, his second wife.
Great granddaughter of Nathan Stanton and Anna Stanton, his wife; Elisha Cady and Ruth Waterman, his wife.
Great Great granddaughter of Asa Waterman and Ruth Beebe, his wife.
Nathan Stanton, (1749-1835), served as ensign in Capt. William Stanton's company of Connecticut militia, 1776. He was born in Stonington, Conn., and dies in Syracuse. N.Y.
Asa Waterman, (1736-1817), served as lieutenant colonel of the King's district regiment, 1775 and was reappointed, 1778.He was born in New York and died in Ballston, N.Y.
Elisha Cady, (1750-1827), served as ensign in Capt. John Davis' company, Col. William Bradfors Whiting's Albany county militia regiment. He was born in Lynn, Conn.
NSDAR Vol. 41, p. 23 ID# 40062 - Mrs. Grace Hawley Lyon, b. Port Leyden, NY.
Wife of James Frederick Lyon
Descendendant of Lieut. Col. Asa Waterman, Ens. Elisha Cady, and Corp. Nathan Stanton.
Daughter of Charles Hubbell Hawley and Cecelia Ann Gere, his wife
Grandaughter of William H. H. Gere and Francis O. Cady, his wife.
Gr.-grandaughter of Robert Gere and Sophia Stanton, his wife; Capt. Asa Cady and Atlanta Buell, his second wife.
Gr.-gr.-grandaughter of Elisha Cady and Ruth Waterman, his wife; Nathan Stanton and Anna Stanton, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-gr.-grandaughter of Asa Waterman and Ruth Beebe, his wife.
Asa Waterman, (1736-1817), served as lieutenant colonel in the King's district, 1775 and was reappointed, 1778. He was born and died in Ballston, N.Y.
Elisha Cady, (1750-1827), served as ensign in Capt. John Davis' company, Albany county, N.Y., militia. He was born in Lyme, Conn.
Nathan Stanton, (1749-1835), served as corporal under his brother, Capt. William Stanton, in the Connecticut militia, 1776. He was born in Stonington, Conn.; and died in Syracuse. New York
by James W. Cady
From Email on Saturday, December 07, 2002 8:52 PM from "Caryn J" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Elisha Cady b. 8 Jan 1750 in Coventry, CT, and married 20 December 1772 to
Ruth Waterman who was born in 1757, the daughter Col. Asa and Ruth (Beebe)
Waterman.he died 24 August 1821 at age 71 years, and she died 15 Sept 1840
at age 83 years.Both buried at Half Moon, Saratoga Co., NY.
Their children are:
Palmer Cady born 14 November 1773 and married 22 Jan 1797 to Sophia
Fredericks who was brn 10 Sept 1781.He died 1 March 1825.
Peter Cady born 27 Sept 1775 and married 1798 to Anna Waterman.He died 6
Elisha Cady born 19 Jan 1777 and married 25 Feb 1813 to Sally Vander Vere.
Capt. Asa Waterman CadyBorn 4 April 1779 and married (1) 23 Jan 1802 to
Anna Stanton, daughter of Nathan and Anna Stanton, who was born 7 December
1784 in Stonington, CT., and died 16 March 1826.He died 21 July 1854 and
is buried in Chittenango, NY.Asa married (2) Mrs. Aclanta B. Hubbell17
Jan 1827, and she died 12 June 1873 in Syracuse, NY.He was captain and
Chief of Staff in the Engineers in War of 1812.
Their children are:
Nathan Stanton Cady b. 3 Feb 1803 in Florida NY
George Washington Cady b. 25 Jan 1805 and died 30 Oct 1829
Asa Watherman Cadyb. 10 Nov 1811 and died unmarried 8 Nov. 1898
Benjamin Franklin Cadyb. 13 May 1815 in Sullivan NY
Daniel Cady b. 14 Sept 1817
Martha Sophia Cadyb. 1 Dec 1820 in Sullivan NY