Biography of George N. Hamlin
Madison County, NY Biographies





Hamlin, George N., p. o. Solsville. - William Hamlin came from Farmington, Conn., in 1810, but on account of his father's death he soon returned east and remained a few years, when he came again to Madison, bringing his goods in a wagon drawn by an ox team. He settled on land now owned by his grandson, George Hamlin. He brought a wife and two children, Caroline and William S. His other children, Julia, Chauncey and Oliver, were born in Madison. William S. Hamlin married Nancy Taylor, by whom he had four children: George N., a farmer on the land purchased by his father in 1834; Mary E., who married Daniel Richards; Caroline, who died young; and Harriet, who married Alfred McNiel. He also had one daughter by adoption, Alice, wife of William P. Sheldon. George Hamlin was born in 1835 and is one of the successful farmers of Madison. He married Louise Barker, who died in 1886. He has one son, Edwin B. Hamlin, who lives in Cleveland, Ohio. Nathan Taylor, born 1784, came from Danbury, Conn., and settled in Madison village, where he lived many years and was a hatter by trade. Later on he removed to Ohio, and lived with his son, John Taylor. His wife was Sylvia Gibbs, daughter of an old Revolutionary soldier. Their children were Harriet T., Nancy (who married William S. Hamlin), John, Julia, Eliza and Calvin.

FROM:
Our County and it's people
A Descriptive and Biographical Record of
Madison County, New York
Edited by: John E. Smith
The Boston History Co., Publishers 1890


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