Mariner, Buel, born in Connecticut January 6, 1775, died in Benton, N. Y., January 6, 1852. His wife, Esther
Lord, born August Jo, 1784, died September 11, 1875. They were married in Connecticut and had children as follows:
John, born June 20, 1808, died in Illinois; Jewett, born August 12, 1811, died in Jesusalem, N. Y.; Eliphalet,
born August 20, 1813, died in Illinois; Orin, born December 28, 1816, lives in Illinois; Henry, born March 10,
1818, resides in Illinois; Myron, born July 7, 1810, resides in Bloomfield, Ontario County; Jay Lord, born September
29, 1822, died in Milo in 1849; and Homer, born March 1, 1825. Buel Mariner came to Yates County about 1820, and
bought 260 acres. He was one of Benton's most successful farmers. Homer Mariner, youngest of the children of Buel
Mariner, is recognized as a leading farmer and influential citizen of Benton. He first married in September, 1849,
Caroline Sutherland, who died October 26, 1879 Their children were Eva, Floyd A., Jay E., Esther L. and Lincoln.
His second wife was Cornelia Bristol, widow of John Gray, a former resident of Cortland County, and whom Mr. Mariner
married May 18, 1881.
History of Yates County, N. Y.
with illustrations and biographical sketches
of some of its prominent men and pioneers.
Edited by: Lewis Cass Aldrich
D. Mason & Co., Publishers
Syracuse, N. Y. 1892
Yates County, NY
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