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Photos of Mount Washington descendents

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 Mt Washington Cemetery

Mt Washington, Ma

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   Alander Cemetery Mount Washington, Ma

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     Old Burial Ground Mount Washington, Ma

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        Town House Hill Cemetery Egremont, Ma

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  Riverside Cemetery Egremont, Ma

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Burials elsewhere of Mount Washington residents and descendents

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Photos of Mount Washington

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Candee-Sage Cemetery

Salisbury, CT / Sheffield, MA border

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Cemeteries in Salisbury, CT

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Residents Past of Mount Washington, Mass

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Martha (Patterson) Hopkins

Martha (Patterson) Hopkins was born July 22, 1785 in Mount Washington, Mass a daughter of Charles and Martha (Hall) Patterson. She married Freeman Hopkins Jr 1802. Martha and her husband moved to Ontario, Wayne Co., NY in 1806 where they are known as some of the earliest settlers of the town. Martha died and was buried there in 1865.

Photo contributed by Liz Albright, Historian, Ontario, Wayne Co., NY

Hannah (Patterson) Pratt

Hannah (Patterson) Pratt was born Augugst 13, 1789 in Mount Washington, Mass a daughter of Charles and Martha (Hall) Patterson. She married Linus Pratt abt. 1810 and eventually moved to and later died in Michigan.

Photo contributed descendent by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Emma (Patterson) Schutt

Emma (Patterson) Schutt was born November 2, 1798 in Mount Washington, Mass the youngest daughter of Charles and Martha (Hall) Patterson of Mount Washington. Emma married Ira Schutt November 27, 1823 and died January 13, 1893 in Great Barrington, Mass where she was was buried in Mahaiwe Cemetery.

Photo contributed by descendent Mary Ellen Van Camp

Ira Schutt

Ira Schutt was born December 31, 1801 in Mount Washington, Mass a son of Wilhelmus and Anna (Tyler) Schutt. He married Emma Patterson November 27, 1823 and died November 13, 1874 in Great Barrington, Mass where he was buried in Mahaiwe Cemetery.

Photo contributed by descendent Mary Ellen Van Camp

Four Generations

(left to right) Hannah (Patterson) Pratt, Abigail (Pratt) Dillon Morrison, Leander Philo Dillon holding Harrie Ira Dillon born Dec 1868. Photo taken circa 1870

Photo contributed by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Abigail (Pratt) Dillon

Abigail (Pratt) Dillon was born 1816 in Mount Washington, Mass

a daughter of Linus and Hannah (Patterson) Pratt.

She married Lorenzo Dillon Oct 1838 & in 1839 moved to Michigan

where she died October 29, 1894.

Photo contributed by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Isaac & Adeline (Schutt) Spurr

Adeline (Schutt) Spurr was born in Mount Washington, Mass., September 9, 1835

a daughter of Ira and Emma (Patterson) Schutt.

She married Isaac Spurr in May 1854 a son of Cornelius and Rachel (Newman) Spurr.

Isaac Spurr was born September 23, 1825 and died January 10, 1900. Adeline died Jun 29, 1920.

Both are buried in the Mount Washington Cemetery.

Photo contributed by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Alfred Isaac Spurr

Alfred Isaac Spurr was born November 13, 1865 in Mount Washington, Mass

a son of Isaac and Adeline (Schutt) Spurr.

Alfred conducted the "Penny Royal Arms" in Mount Washington in the early 1900's.

Photo contributed by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Everett Pette Schutt

Everett Pette Schutt was born December 28, 1897 in Mount Washington, Mass

a son of Ira and Emma (Patterson) Schutt

He died Feb 1921.

Photo contributed by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Ellen Melissa (Schutt) Dillon

Ellen Melissa (Schutt) Dillon was born February 17, 1842 in Mount Washington, Mass

a daughter of Ira and Emma (Patterson) Schutt.

She died Sep 13, 1898 in Pittsford, MI

Photo contributed by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Ellen Melissa (Schutt) Dillon

Photo contributed by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Leander Philo Dillon

Leander Philo Dillon was born July 28, 1839.

He married Ellen Melissa Schutt of Mount Washington in 1865.

He died Jun 26, 1906

Photo contributed by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Franklin Benjamin Schutt

Franklin Benjamin Schutt was born July 24, 1837 in Mount Washington, Mass

a son of Ira and Emma (Patterson) Schutt.

He died September 1924.

Photo contributed by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Marcus Morton Schutt

Marcus Morton Schutt was born March 18, 1840 in Mount Washington, Mass

a son of Ira and Emma (Patterson) Schutt.

He married Sophia Stockwell in 1865.

Marcus during the Civil War enlisted as a Sergeant in Company E of the 49th Regiment Massachusetts and suffered an accidental hand wound during skirmishes in 1863.

Photo contributed by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Horace & Martha (Schutt) Holmes

Martha Ann (Schutt) Holmes born August 25, 1824 in Mount Washington, Mass

a daughter of Ira and Emma (Patterson) Schutt.

She married Horace Holmes in 1852.

Martha died February 8, 1881 in Great Barrington, Mass.

Photo contributed by Mary Ellen Van Camp

Hiram Patterson

Hiram Patterson was born 18 Apr 1815 in Mount Washington, MA, a son of Joseph Patterson and Elizabeth Kane. He moved with his parents to Lorain County, OH in 1834 where he married 01 Jan 1839 Lydia King Brooks. After her death in 1851 Hiram Patterson had two subsequent wives. With his first wife Lydia he was the father of six children. He died 22 Mar 1898 in Ohio & was buried in La Porte Cemetery, Carlisle, OH

 

Photo contributed by James Meredith Patterson, Ventura, CA

Dr. Richard John Patterson 1817-1893

Dr. Richard John Patterson was born September 14, 1817 in Mount Washington, MA a son of Joseph Patterson (1780-1874) and Elizabeth Kane (1789-1883)

After serving in the Civil War as a surgeon in 1867 he purchased Bellevue Place in Batavia, IL which was run under his direction as an asylum for women.

He was the attending physician to President Lincoln's widow, Mary Todd Lincoln, who inhabited a private suite in 1876 and who harbored an affection for his retarted daughter Blanche Patterson in 1876.

Batavia, Jim Edwards, Batavia Historical Society, Page 93

William Patterson

William Patterson was born February 21, 1811 in Mount Washington, Mass a son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Kane) Patterson. By 1838 he moved to Elyria, Lorain County, Ohio where he later died in 1901.

Photo contributed by Margaret Cheney, Lorain County Historical Society

Patterson Family

Millard George Patterson (1913-1974)

Guy William Patterson born in Mount Washington, Mass (1886-1966)

Jennie (Powell) Patterson (1884-1935).

Photo contributed by George Reis

Jennie (Powell) Patterson

Jennie (Powell) Patterson was born May 16, 1884 and died January 30, 1935.

She married Guy William Patterson born November 7, 1885 in Mount Washington, Mass

oldest child of Ira Lamson Patterson and Nellie Ann Weaver .

Photo contributed by George Reis

Isaac Lamson

Isaac Lamson was born February 8, 1799 in Charlton, Mass

a son of Isaac Lamson and his first wife Keziah Sharpe.

He married Celina Miller in 1825.

By 1830 he and his wife moved from Sheffield, Mass to his father's farm in Mount Washington. A few years before his father's death they moved to Connecticut. Isaac died March 25, 1866 in Burlington, Conn.

Memorial of Elder Ebenezer Lamson of Concord, Mass. : his ancestry and descendants 1635-1908

Jason Lamson

Jason Lamson was born April 16, 1806 in Mount Washington, Mass

a son of Isaac Lamson and his second wife Deborah Pray.

He married Susannah Campbell November 1832.

Jason and his wife Susannah lived their lives in Mount Washington where they both died and were buried in the Mount Washington Cemetery, Jason having died November 30, 1890.

Memorial of Elder Ebenezer Lamson of Concord, Mass. : his ancestry and descendants 1635-1908

William Lamson

William Lamson was born September 1, 1815 in Mount Washington, Mass

a son of Isaac Lamson and his third wife, widow Waitstill (Holley) Patterson.

He married Lucy Ann Lee 1840 in Mount Washington and in 1856 moved to Homer, MN where he died September 9, 1892.

Memorial of Elder Ebenezer Lamson of Concord, Mass. : his ancestry and descendants 1635-1908

 

Origen Lamson

Origen Lamson was born June 8, 1791 in Charlton, Mass

a son of Isaac Lamson and his first wife Keziah Sharpe.

He married Eliza Patterson September 15, 1815. After his wife died in Mt Washington in May of 1847, Origen moved to Beetown, WI with his oldest daughter Eliza where he died April 2, 1875.

Memorial of Elder Ebenezer Lamson of Concord, Mass. : his ancestry and descendants 1635-1908

Daniel Lamson

Daniel Lamson was born January 26, 1832 in Mount Washington, Mass

a son of Origen and Eliza (Patterson) Lamson.

He married Emily Jane Fiske 1856 in New Hampshire and was the father of two children.

He enlisted as a Sergeant First class in Company H of the 35th Infantry Regiment Massachusetts during the Civil War and was killed at the Battle of Fredericksburg, VA on December 13, 1862.

"Just before the battle of Fredericksburg he was excused on account of his health and advised not to enter the battle. He laid in his tent until the regiment was in line, when he got up, looked at the pictures of his wife and children, put them in his pocket, then went to the officers and told them he should take his place in ranks. He was shot instantly, Dec. 13, 1862."

Source: Memorial of Elder Ebenezer Lamson of Concord, Mass. : his ancestry and descendants 1635-1908

Isaac Porter Lamson

Isaac Porter Lamson was born September 2, 1832 in Mount Washington, MA a son of Isaac Lamson (1799-1866) and Celina Miller (1805-1888).

He married May 17, 1856 Fannie L Sessions born April 21, 1836 in Burlington, CT a daughter of Calvin Sessions and Lydia Beckwith.

In 1868 with his brother Thomas he established Lamson & Sessions Co. in Cleveland, OH and was the President.

He died Noveber 9, 1912 in Cleveland, OH

Orrin C Whitbeck

Orrin C Whitbeck was born December 2, 1827 in Mount Washington, Mass

a son of Kileon & Maria (Patterson) Whitbeck.

He married on June 8, 1849 Nancy M Kline born April 27, 1828 a daughter of Horace & Electa Kline.

Orrin Whitbeck held all of the town offices in Mount Washington. For twelve years he was town clerk and was a justice of the peace for twenty-five years.

Orrin died 1911 in Mount Washington. His wife Mary predeceased him in 1901. Both Orrin and his wife Nancy are buried in the Mount Washington Cemetery.

Source: One of a Thousand: A Series of Biographical Sketches of One Thousand Representative Men Resident of Massachusetts. edited by John C. (John Clark) Rand Published 1890, First national publishing company, Pg 646

 

Luther Ensign Race

Luther Ensign Race was born September 24, 1830 in Mount Washington, Mass

a son of Gilbert and Huldah N (Campbell) Race.

He married October 11, 1855 Rebecca Jane Kellogg in North Fairfield, Ohio.

Luther died March 18, 1899 in Chicago, Ill.

Photo contributed by Donna (Race) Kneip

Family of James & Elizabeth (Parker) Campbell

James Campbell was a son of John & Eliza (Van Deusen) Campbell of Mount Washington. Photo taken 25 Oct 1896 at the family homestead of Old Orchard Farm in Millerton, NY.

Back Row

Richard Parker Campbell: March 22, 1878 - Dec 18, 1957

James Campbell May 1, 1840 - Aug 5, 1898 b. Mt. Washington

Elizabeth Parker Campbell Oct 2, 1852 - Dec 17, 1918

Henry D. Campbell

Center Row

John Stanton Campbell July 2, 1870 - Nov 16, 1944

Edna Winchell Walker (wf. of John) 1872 - Aug 1958

Eliza Van Deusen (mother of James) Dec 21, 1816 - Feb 15, 1898 b. Mt. Washington

James Campbell Jr. 1873 - Sept 13, 1928

Susan Felch (wife of James Jr.) Jan 15, 1873 - ?

Front Row

Elizabeth (Bess) Campbell April 15, 1886 - Oct 6, 1979

Eliza (Lila) Campbell April 10, 1892 - Mar 19, 1982

Charles Wesley Campbell August 23 1882 = Sept 22, 1947

William Theodore Campbell Oct 7, 1888 - April 5, 1953

Thomas Campbell Feb 16, 1890 - Feb 27, 1934

Robert Cambpell May 29, 1884 - April 26, 1939

Photo contributed by Donna (Race) Kneip 2006

Milo & Comfort (Gellott) Smith

Milo Smith was born about 1790 in Massachusetts a son of Samuel and Sally Smith. His wife Comfort Gellott was born about 1790 in Connecticut. Milo Smith opened his farmhouse to city boarders in Mount Washington. Both Milo and his wife Comfort died in Mount Washington in 1860 and were buried in the Mount Washington Cemetery.

Picturesque Berkshire, Part II South, The Picturesque Publishing Company, Northampton, Mass, 1893, Pg 93

Elaine (Goodale) Eastman

Elaine (Goodale) Eastman was born 1863 in Mount Washington, Mass the oldest daughter of Henry & Deborah Hill (Reed) Goodale. She grew up on Sky Farm in Mount Washington and with her younger sister Dora. The two Goodale girls were childhood authors of poems. Elaine died in 1953.

Picturesque Berkshire, Part II South, The Picturesque Publishing Company, Northampton, Mass, 1893, Pg 92

Dora Goodale

Dora Goodale was born 1866 in Mount Washington, Mass a daughter of Henry & Deborah Hill (Read) Goodale. Dora grew up on Sky Farm in Mount Washington along with her older sister Elaine. The two Goodale girls were childhood authors of poems. Dora died in 1915.

Picturesque Berkshire, Part II South, The Picturesque Publishing Company, Northampton, Mass, 1893, Pg 93

Horace W Schutt

Horace W Schutt was born May 1825 in Mount Washington, MA a son of Charles Schutt 1793-1878 and Bethany Ballard 1794-1876.

Contributed by Harmony Royce (descendent)

Lucy (Bundy) Schutt

Lucy Bundy was born 10 Apr 1826 in Salisbury, CT and died 13 Feb 1902 in Plainville, CT. Wife of Horace W Schutt b. 1825 in Mount Washington.

Contributed by Harmony Royce (descendent)