Biography of Philip Brundedge
Wayne County, NY Biographies





Brundedge, Philip, was born in Oneida, June 20, 1828, the oldest of two children of Hiram and Parmelia (Louk) Brundedge, natives of Oneida county, the former born in Weston, October 4, 1803, and the latter January 27, 1808. They came to Penfield in 1831. He died in Ontario, Wayne county, N. Y., in 1860, and his wife in 1870. Subject was reared on a farm and educated in the common schools. He has always been a farmer and owns a farm of 110 acres, on which he has resided since 1853. He married in 1848 Malora Sherman, a native of Ontario; Wayne county, and daughter of Henry J., and Fanny (Scott) Sherman, he a native of Bedford, Mass., and she of Covington, Vt., and early settlers of Webster, coming there in 1813 and he was in the war of 1812. They had seven children, two of whom were killed in the Civil War William A., and Daniel J., the former killed at Antietam, the latter lost an arm at Bull Run, and died of his injuries soon after reaching home. Subject and his wife have had five children: Calvin S., who married Emma Crandall, and has one son, Edgar L.; H. Duane, who married twice, first Anne Ray and they had four children: Winne M., Eva H., Stanley, and Bessie R.; H. Lafayette, who married Alice Cary, by whom he had one child, Ada; Carrie M., wife of George Woodham, by whom she had one child, Norma C, Mn. Woodhams died in 1892; and Alberton P. The mother of Malora Brundedge taught the first school in District No. 11 of Ontario.

From:
Landmarks of Wayne County, New York
Edited by: Hon. George W. Cowles
Assisted by: H. P. Smith and others
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1895


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