Belden, Samuel P., was born in Sodus in 1831, and is a son of Riley Belden. He came from Vermont about 1828
and for a year or two made his home in Sodus, practicing his profession of dentistry in Syracuse. He then removed
to Michigan and a few months later returned to Sodus, where he spent the remainder of his life practicing his profession.
He was a member of the Sodus M. E. Church and was one of the charter members of Sodus Lodke F. & A. M. No.
392. He married twice, first Louise Pullman and they had one son, Samuel P., and second Laura Carter, by whow he
had two sons, Riley B. and Francis W. Mr. Belden died in 1869. Riley B. Belden settled in Sodus where he died.
He was for several years engaged in teaching and afterward in the fruit and produce business. Francis W. settled
in Penn Yan. Samuel P. Belden Settled in Sodus and is engaged in farming and fruit growing. He is a member of the
Sodus Lodge F. & A. M. He married Elizabeth A. Wares and their children are, Jennie L. (Mrs. Charles W. Pease,
of Williamson), and Mary D.
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