Where did Hannah and Perry live in Northeast Pennsylvania?Just curious.
The following information is copied verbatim from the book HISTORY AND GENEALOGY OF THE TIFFANYS OF AMERICA, page 36:
397.GEORGE (331 Otis, 23 Ebenezer, 5 James, 2 James, 1 Humphrey).Married, 1861, Isabelle Perry, dau. of Commodore Perry, the opener of Japan, and a sister of Mrs. August Belmont.
400.i. GEORGE, was drowned off the cliffs of Newport while diving with his tutor, who was also drowned. 401.ii. ISABEL. 402.iii. BELMONT, m. Annie Cameron, dau. of Sir Roderick Cameron, formerly British Consul at New York. 403.iv. PERRY, m. Marie Havemeyer, dau. of Theodore Havemeyer. 404.v. WILLIAM, d. in Boston, Mass, 1898, from exposures and hardships endured during the Spanish-American war.He was one of Roosevelt's Rough Riders.He is buried in the Belmont lot at Newport, R.I.