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GARFIELD FAMILIES NEWSLETTER
SUMMER 2011
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GARFIELD SOCIETY


Welcome to the Garfield Society, who's purpose is to honor and memorialize Edward Garfield and his descendants. Edward was the first Garfield to remove to the "New World", arriving and settling in Watertown, MA in 1630 as a Massachusetts Bay Settler, and recognized by the Winthrop Society.
If you would like to apply for membership in this Society please contact Jayne Pawlisa at millsgenealogy@hotmail.com We would love to have you as a member, there is no cost.
If you need help in your search let Jayne know and she will help out as much as possible.
PS: Jayne tells me that they now have 50 members in the Garfield Society, we will have a complete list in the next Newsletter. Lets keep it growing, contact Jayne today.

This is the list of names along with their National Number of
            the members of the Edward Garfield Society.

MEMBER'S NAMEMEMBER'S NUMBERLOCATION

Phyllis Coats Mills                    1                California        
Richard Saysell Mills               2                Texas           
Judith Mills                                 3                California         
Jayne Mills Pawlisa                 4                       Illinois           
Amanda Mills Gorman             5                Florida          
Marilyn Stillman                        6                New Hampshire
Anne Weyers                             7                England
Brett Wayne Mills                            8                Minnesota
James Fagerburg                    9                New York       
Richard James Garfield        10                Florida         
Gregg Townsend                    11               Arizona
Elaine Fazzaro                        12                Washington
Dr. Richmond Simmons       13                Florida
Sharon Jernigan Tingsley   14                Georgia
Charlotte Holbrook                15                Massachusetts
Roger W. Reid (Gaffield)               16                Canada
Philip Hovey                             17                Missouri
Otto O. Anderson                    18                Wisconsin
Margaret Kemp Schramm            19                Michigan
John Willyard                           20                Michigan        
Nancy Dale Jones                          21                Michigan
Donald Gaffield                        22                Canada        
Mark G. Gaffield                       23                Ontario, Canada
David M. Gaffield                     24                Ontario, Canada
Karen H. Gaffield Purves      25                Ontario, Canada
Naoma M. Boyea Mike                   26                              Minnesota
Angela Winkel Judge                            27                              Washington
Kirby Parker                                            28                              Washington
Courteney D. Purves                            29                              Canada
Nathan E. Purves                                   30                              Canada
Braden J. Gaffield                                  31                              Canada
Curtis F. Garfield                                    32                              Sudbury, Mass             
Susan Arlene Hederman (Schmidt)  33                              California
Diane Gill Brebbia                                 34                               Massachusetts
John Lyon Gaffield                               35                               Connectieut
Faith Gaffield Grady                             36                               Vermont
Robert Schauffler Garfield                  37                              Benicia, California
Nancy Touchette Robison                  38                              Johnstown, PA
Clifford Lawrence Touchette             39                               Kingsman, Arizona
Robert Schauffler                                  40                               Benicia, Ca
Nancy Touchette                                   41                               Johnson, Pa
Clifford Touchette                                 42                               Kingman, Az
Susan Chmielecki Rogosienski        43                               Wisconsin
Andrea M Rogosienski                        44                               Wisconsin
Katherine Rogosienski Torgenson 45                                Wisconsin
Cory J Rogosienski                             46                                Wisconsin
Alyssa Drew Rogosienski                  47                                Wisconsin


WE ARE GOING TO BE LEAVING YOU NOW BUT WE WILL BE BACK SHORTLY WITH MORE STORIES, PICTURES, AND INFORMATION, THANKS FOR READING, LET US KNOW IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE GARFIELD FAMILY. JAYNE PAWLISA AND SUSAN SCHMIDTS WILL HELP YOU IN ANY WAY THEY CAN, A COUPLE GREAT LADIES FOR SURE.
August, 2011 Nancy and I are back in Southwestern New York State again for the summer, trying to get out Florida heat but I guess we brought some with us as it has been quite warm here this summer. Have visited with our daughter and family in Ohio, and another daughter and family in Lancaster, NY. Both Nancy and myself have been having trouble with our knees, the doctor says there is only one way to make them better and that is to replace them!! We are still in the market for family history, stories and pictures, and if you have a question you would like to ask the readers of the Newsletter just let me know. Thanks, Dick Garfield
HERE ARE SOME OF THE ENTRIES LEFT IN OUR SITE'S GUEST BOOK
Bonnie
      Looking at your geneology lists. My grandmother was Elizabeth Dewey (Stanton) Johnson, daughter of Susan Augusta Garfield and Harry Albyn Stanton. Susan's father was Paul Willard Garfield and Susan Jane Dewey. Their reference number was not on the pedigree list. Supposedly the story in the family is, Paul Willard Garfield was a first cousin to James A. Garfield. Trying to figure this all out for sure. I'm new to the research part. I grew up in Mentor, OH Have a blessed day. Bonnie
From: Beaufort, SC
Email:  bsglass@embarqmail.com
 
bruce wyman
Mother= Roberta Mae Garfield - Grandfather Roger Garfield - Uncle=Roger Jackson Garfield Same Family ? Has to be But Let me Know. BW 352-223-9367
From: originally keene NH
Email:  bwyman@embarqmail.com
 
arminda garfield
From: michigan
Email:  cazz2001us@yahoo.com
 
Pamela Guile
From: Michigan
Email:  sadiesjourney@yahoo.com

If anybody has information for any of these people, or would like to e-mail with them please do so. 

The Saga of John Garfield/Gaffield & Elizabeth Aldrich
Solving the Mystery of John’s Parentage
Please see John Garfield/Gaffield 1772 - 1854, on this website under
Unidentified Family Members

After several years of archival research by Susan Schmidt & Jayne Pawlisa, we have reached the conclusion that John Garfield/Gaffield was the son of Benjamin Garfield and Lucy Chase; the son listed as Samuel, whose birth was recorded as December 30, 1772 in Grafton, MA.  In order to present our case, we must begin with the genealogy history of the Garfield, Aldrich, and Chase families.  This will most likely be presented as a continuing article in the next Newsletter.

*Please refer to the 2010 Newsletter regarding Benjamin Garfield Timeline, authored By Jim Fagerburg

Gen 1. Samuel Garfield (Capt. Benjamin, Edward) & Mary Bowman

Gen 2. Benjamin Bowman      Nathaniel                   Eliakim                      Samuel, Jr.
           Abigail Harrington      Tabitha Newhall        Hannah Chase           Phoebe Worster
                                                Eunice Chase           (son Nathaniel b. Vt.)

Gen 3. Benjamin Nathaniel*     Elijah             Samuel  (all 3 are sons of Benjamin and Abigail)
Lucy Chase    (Lucy, and Hannah were sisters;  both children of Daniel Chase and Hannah Tuttle.  We believe Eunice Chase may have been a cousin.)

*NEGHS has guardianship records for Elijah (b. 1741),  Samuel (b. 1747).  And TWO records for  Benjamin: the name Benjamin used in one, and the name Nathaniel used in the other, both have a birth date for this individual as "April 9, last"  (April, 1740) . Records for Benjamin and Elijah are dated May 4, 1756. All three  boys are named as sons of Benjamin Garfield (Abigail Harrington Gen. 2), late of Ft. Dumoner, NH.  Guardians appointed for Benjamin and Elijah were Luke Brown and also their uncles:  Ephraim Mower - or Moore - (husband of Elizabeth) and Nathaniel Green (husband of Lucia).  Both women were sisters of Benjamin Bowman Garfield.   The Guardianship Record for Samuel (age 9) is dated Jan. 6, 1757 and appoints Nathaniel Green, Guardian and David Lynds, Surety.
                                    
A second Guardianship Record dated 1764 for Samuel Garfield, Jr. by now age 16 (b.1747/8), Son of Benjamin Garfield late of Spencer (Benjamin & Abigail) is an attachment to the original record.  Guardians appointed at age 16 were:  Samuel Garfield, (his uncle {Phoebe Worster}),  John Worster Jr. (family member), and Benjamin Garfield of Grafton (his brother).  As an adult, this Samuel later married Phoebe Rice. 
                   
*** It is clear then, that Benjamin Bowman and Abigail left Westminster for Ft. Dumoner, NH.  This Fort was established 1724 by MA Bay Colony, on the Connecticut River.  State borders in NH and VT changed continually; these ruins are now at Brattleborough, VT.  Upon Benjamin's death in 1756, Abigail returned to Spencer, MA. She may have remarried; no further record has been found for her.  Regardless, it was common in that day to name male guardians for minor children, even when their mother was still living.

*** Proceedings of the Fitchburg Historical Society and Papers Relating to the History of the Town "Elijah Garfield, a tanner, at the Lexington alarm served as sergeant in Capt. David Wilder’s company of minute men from Leominster and was in the service ten days.  He was the son of Benjamin and Abigail (Harrington) Garfield, and grandson of Samuel and Mary (Bowman) Garfield……..his father was killed by the Indians, 1756. " (This Benjamin Bowman Garfield is not to be confused with the Benjamin Garfield who married Eunice Cooley and who drowned crossing the river during the Indian raid at Bridgeman's Fort.)
ALDRICH, GARFIELD, AND CHASE FAMILIES INTERMARRY AS FOLLOWS:

Gen 1.  Jacob Aldrich and Huldah Thayer
            Children:  Jacob, Abel, Seth, Huldah, Rachel, Sarah, David, Peter, John, Moses,
                              Mercy, and Rachel

Gen 2.             David                          Seth                              John                       Peter
                          v                                  v                                   v                             v
Gen 3.             Edward                        Jacob                           Jeremiah                Peter, Jr.
                          v                                  v                                    v                            v
Gen 4.             Silas                            Abigail                         Alexander             Peter, 3rd.  
                          v                                  v                                    v                             v
Gen 5.             Abigail                          weds:                          Elizabeth               Lydia
                        weds:                         James  Chase                   weds:                  weds:
                       John Chase                                                    Samuel (John)        Able Chase Jr.
                                                                                                Garfield;

*** Lucy Chase, (wife of Benjamin Garfield), Hannah, and Eunice Chase are all descendants of Aquila Chase.  Alexander Aldrich m. Abigail Aldrich (Under Seth) They were second cousins to each other, and also to Silas Aldrich, an early settler of Bradford, VT.  James and Able Chase Jr. were brothers and  these Chases' all had ties to Sutton, MA as well as various towns in Vermont.

Alexander & Abigail (Aldrich) Aldrich resided in Northbridge, MA where their daughter Elizabeth (Bithy) was born.  In Alexander's Will of 1814, his married daughter "Elizabeth Gaffield" is named.


NEXT CHART:  Indicates distances by road today from Grafton, MA

To Northbridge….4 miles   To Sutton….6 miles       
To Upton….6 miles            To Westborough...6 miles  
To Southborough…12 miles   To Fitchburg…40 miles
To Leicester, VT….200 miles   To Bradford, VT….182 miles 
To Salisbury, VT….201 miles

From Bradford, VT To Leicester, VT….92 miles
From Bradford, VT To Fitchburg, MA….129 miles

Obviously these distances are calculated by today’s roads…….These routes could have been considerably shorter distances in the 1700's and 1800's when they were simply dirt roads and bridle paths.

PROVING THE CASE REGARDING THE QUESTION:  IS JOHN GARFIELD/GAFFIELD,
HUSBAND OF ELIZABETH  (BITHY) ALDRICH, THE SON OF BENJAMIN GARFIELD AND LUCY CHASE?  Based on our findings, we think he is.  We will attempt to outline our findings in a manner, we hope you readers find credible.

1.**Birth Records for Grafton, MA:  Children born to Benjamin and Lucy (Chase) Garfield:
   (Birth dates could be actual dates, OR date they were recorded, which would create
    discrepancies in dates of birth found on death records, tombstones, etc.)

1)Timothy Chase (24 Aug 1765),       2) Joshua (4 Apr 1767),            3) Elijah (6 Dec 1768)
4) Benjamin Jr. (3 Jan 1771),     and    **5) Samuel (30 Dec. 1772) 
   
2.**From the Town History of Leicester, Vermont………pg. 473

   “Benjamin Garfield settled, lived, and died on the place now owned and occupied
   by Leonard D. Jenny, his first house standing a few feet in front of the site of the
  present house.  He had a family of six boys, Benjamin, Joshua, Samuel, Salmon,
  Daniel, and one other.  Samuel was six feet and seven or eight inches in height.
  Benjamin, Jr. built the house in which Mr. Jenny now lives."

  The last record for Benjamin, Sr. living in Grafton is: 1 of 5 on School Committee,
  Grafton (Hx of Grafton, in 1781 p. 423).  Records begin to appear for Benjamin in Leicester,
  VT in 1787.  There will be mentioned later in this article a very important document
  recorded in Leicester History.

Let’s have a look at the children of Benjamin and Lucy (Chase) Garfield.

In the above book, there is no mention of Benjamin’s son, 1) Timothy, who stayed in Upton, MA (married Eunice Pond in 1789 per Upton/Grafton records), NOR is there any mention of 3) Elijah, (married Lorraine Morrill 1783 in VT, and found in VT 1790 Census).  Timothy can be found living in Fitchburg, MA as early as 1806.  By Feb 18, 1810,  he is serving in several positions in the town government of Fitchburg, MA.  He stayed until at least 1816 at which time he removed to New Hampshire and then went on to New York.
  
Timothy's uncle Elijah (brother of Benjamin, Sr.) a tanner, also lived in Fitchburg.  
 
Is the quote from the above book referring to 3) Elijah as the “other son” as he was living nearby, or was it referring to 1) Timothy, who was known to visit his parents frequently in Vermont??

Benjamin Sr.'s second son, 2) Joshua, married Lydia Parker in Leicester, VT 3 Oct 1797, and stayed in VT.

4) Benjamin, Jr. and his wife (Rhoda Pond) both died in Fitchburg, MA in December, 1819 after his mother Lucy (Chase) Garfield had died in Leicester, VT, April 1819.  Benjamin Jr. and Rhoda are buried in Leicester, VT.

There is no birth record found for a Daniel (est. birth 1776) and yet there is a petition dated July 16,1792  and recorded in Vermont that mentions a Daniel.  "Benjamin Garfield, Selectman of Leicester, Petition for Leicester or Middlebury Falls for shire of Addison County with sons Daniel, 2)  Joshua, and 5) Samuel." We have found no further records of any kind after 1792 for a Daniel Garfield.  The 1790 Census for Benjamin Gaffield….  Salisbury, Addison County, VT does list:  4 free white males 16 and older (Benjamin Sr., Benjamin Jr., Joshua, and Samuel) 2 free white males under 16 (Salmon and Daniel) and 1 free white female (Lucy).  Son, Elijah, is married and also living in Salisbury.

*Salmon Garfield married Abigail Turner, and is found in VT Census records through 1850.

**NEGHS microfilm has 2 records: 1) death of Salmon Garfield 31 Mar 1860 and  2) death of Solomon Garfield 31 Mar 1860.  Clearly Salmon/Solomon are the same person in this case.  In the 1850 VT Census, Salmon's age is listed as 74 years, making his birth year abt. 1776, which supports his age in the 1790 Census. However, no birth record has been found for Salmon and this is in direct contradiction to that year being the correct birth year for Daniel.  ***Is it possible then, that Salmon was actually named Salmon Daniel, Or Daniel Salmon? Easily, Salmon was most likely a miss-spelling of the name Solomon, and just as easily, a mispronunciation of Solomon.  But then why 2 different males under 16 in the 1790 Census??

Benjamin's fifth son,  5) Samuel Garfield: 

Samuel was the only male Garfield (any spelling) to be born in Worcester County, MA in 1772.   We believe he was born under the name Garfield, but spelling later became Gaffield when he married and removed to Vermont. ***Samuel had a grandfather named Samuel, and an uncle named Samuel.  Therefore, we think it is plausible that this individual always went by a middle name to avoid confusion or perhaps preferred his middle name, which we believe was John.  He was born 29 May 1772, per his tombstone.  In 1794 he m. Elizabeth "Bithy"  Aldrich in Grafton, MA.   A death record (no parents listed) states John died 24 Apr 1854 in Lawrence, MA (at least 2 of his daughters lived in that same area).  John is buried in the Upper Plain Cemetery, Bradford, VT next to his wife Elizabeth (Aldrich) Gaffield (b. 6 Dec 1776 Northbridge, MA. and d. 30 Sept 1847 Bradford, VT) John's death record states he was born in Southborough, MA but death records are only as accurate as the person giving the information.  The only other male Garfield to be born in MA in 1772 was Cooper Garfield, and there are other Massachusetts vital records pertaining to Cooper Garfield.

Where was Samuel "John" living?  Who did he marry?  Why did he go to Vermont?

1) Grafton 1790 Census:  Timothy Garfield:  "2" free white males over 16; 1 free white male under 16 (Timothy's first child born 1790) and 1 free white female over 16 (Timothy's wife).

** We believe the other male is  Timothy’s brother, Samuel John Garfield; that he may have been listed in the Grafton, Worcester, MA Census as well as the Salsibury, Addison VT Census. Why is this possible??  IF the census was taken in VT before the census was taken in Grafton, MA then it is entirely possible for Samuel to have been counted in both VT and MA.  It is a well-known fact that Timothy made frequent trips to Vermont to see his parents, and could well have been accompanied by his brother, Samuel.  Timothy’s last name is spelled Gaffeild in the 1790 Census for Grafton, MA.   Throughout much of New England's history the names and spellings of Garfield, Garfeild, Gearfield, Gaffield, Garfell, Gafel, have been found to be used interchangeably.
VITAL RECORDS
Grafton Birth Records:

Samuel’s Grafton birth record may be his "registered" date of birth, which would account for the discrepancy between the birth date listed on John's tombstone, and the date listed for Samuel's birth.

Please note that Samuel’s birth is listed  as 30 Dec.; the last month and nearly last day of the year 1772. 

Grafton Marriage Records: 

Gaffield, John and Bithy Aldrich, BOTH OF  GRAFTON,   28 Sep 1794

Garfield, Timothy OF GRAFTON & Eunice Pond of Franklin,  03 Sep 1789.
Samuel John Garfield/Gaffield  and Elizabeth (Aldrich) Garfield/Gaffield - Family

It is believed that John and Elizabeth lived with or near her parents after they married, as their first two children were born in Northbridge, MA.
Sally Gaffield, 1st child of John and Elizabeth, was born 12 June 1795.
Jasper Gaffield   2nd child, born in Northbridge 2 Nov 1796  (birthplace listed on Jasper's death record.)
In Alexander Aldrich’s Will, probated 1814, Alexander of Northbridge names his married daughters, including Elizabeth Gaffield (who was by then married, and living in Bradford, VT).  Alexander is in the 1800 census for Northbridge, MA, where we believe his family had always lived.  

Silas Aldrich (a 2nd cousin to both of Elizabeth’s parents, Alexander and Abigail):  Silas was an early settler of Bradford, Vermont. He came through Bradford in 1759 (age17), as part  of Roger’s Rangers.  The Rangers were on their way back to Massachusetts after a disastrous encounter with the Indians at St. Francis Village.  He later returned to Bradford in 1774 to marry and settle.  This fact alone gives ample reason for  John and Elizabeth’s migration to Bradford, VT. 

From the Genealogical and Family History of the State of Vermont, by Hiram Carleton

“JOHN Garfield, paternal grandfather of Gardner J. Gaffield, was born at
Stockbridge, Massachusetts (mistakenly naming Stockbridge instead of North-
Bridge. ??   Recall that John’s  first two children were born in Northbridge), whence
he removed with his wife, and two small children and their household goods on his
ox sled.  They came through a frontier region some of the way marked only by
blazed trees to a little opening in the woods in Bradford, Vermont, one and a half
miles from the village. (Remember the size of Samuel as described in Leicester Records. 
He was about 6 ft. 7 or 8 in.)  In due course of time he cleared planted and sowed the ground and
here he and his wife whose maiden name was Oldridge (Aldrich) reared and educated
a family of thirteen children all of whom attained years of maturity (*all but Cynthia who died at age 1) and are now scattered to various parts of the world.  Mr. Garfield died in Boston, MA  (Lawrence) at the age of eighty-three years (very nearly).”  --- Susan's notes in italics

SUSAN recently visited Bradford, Vermont in order to visit the Gaffield Farm, which still stands. Bradford, VT is in the Goshen Area. The Gaffield Farm is located near the Goshen Road.  Gaffield family history tells us that John built the 5th frame-house in town.  Leicester, VT was bordered on the east by *GOSHEN.

**Chapter XXIV, Pgs 470-481:  History of the Town of Leicester.  “History of Addison County, Vermont, With Illustrations And Biographical Sketches of Some Of  Its Prominent Men and Pioners.”  Edited by H.P. Smith. Syracuse, N.Y.; D. Mason & Co., Publishers, 1886

       Leicester is situated in the southern part of the county, and is bounded on the north
      by Salisbury; on the east by Goshen; on the south by Brandon, in Rutland County,
      And on the west by Whiting…………………………

    …………………………In common with the experience of the original grantees of
   nearly all the towns in Vermont, the proprietors of Leicester failed to find the required
   number of acres within the limits of their town.  The first surveys were naturally often
   grossly inaccurate.  The same right was too frequently granted more than once and to
   different persons.  A controversy was in this manner engendered with Salisbury
   concerning land titles, productive for years of a bitter and litigious animosity………..      
  Litigation following litigation for about twelve years during which time one party
  would raise a crop and another claimant clandestinely reap it, all tending to have a
  bad committee moral effect, and greatly retarding the settlement of the town.
   BUT FINALLY, ON APRIL 18, 1796, A COMMITTEE FROM THIS TOWN,
   CONSISTING OF JOHN SMITH, ***BENJAMIN GARFIELD, AND JOSEPH
  WOODWARD,  met a committee from Salisbury, and the affair was amicably
  adjusted, the dividing line being settled upon as it now exists…….

Of their 13 children, John & Elizabeth Gaffield had at least 3 sons that left Vermont to return to the Grafton, MA area.   Their eldest son, Jasper, married and settled in Upton, MA.  John Gaffield, Jr. returned to marry and settle in Grafton.  Regarding another of their sons, “George Woodbury Hale, son of John and Elizabeth (Aldrich) Gaffield (whose named was changed in  childhood from Thomas Woodbury Gaffield) born in Bradford VT,  16 Apr 1806 was employed in a shoe manufactory as cutter.  He resided in Grafton and died there 12 Sept 1880.  He married in Grafton 17 Apr 1834, Lydia Drury Flagg……”  This from: "The Descendants of Eleazer Flagg and His Wife Huldah Chandler of Grafton, Mass., Including Genealogies of the Flagg, Waters, Goddard and Hayden”, by Charles Allcott Flagg. We have never been able to find any explanation for this change of legal name for John's son, Thomas Woodbury Gaffield.

**SUSAN AND I ARE OPEN TO,  AND WOULD WELCOME ANY COMMENTS IN
REGARDS TO THE PARENTAGE OF JOHN GAFFIELD OF BRADFORD, VERMONT.  WE HOPE WE HAVE STATED OUR CASE AS CLEARLY AND CONCISELY AS POSSIBLE FOR OUR READERS.  WE WOULD ALSO LIKE TO HEAR FROM OTHER DESCENDANTS OF JOHN AND ELIZABETH GARFIELD/GAFFIELD, SUSAN'S 4TH GREAT-GRANDPARENTS.

JAYNE PAWLISA
Edward Garfield Society Historian



ONCE AGAIN WE ARE FORTUNATE IN HAVING JAYNE PAWLISA AND SUSAN SCHMIDT, TWO HARD WORKING RESEARCHERS OF THE GARFIELD FAMILY, AND HAVING THEM SHARE WITH US THEIR FINDINGS.
I KNOW FOR A FACT THAT THEY HAVE BEEN WORKING FOR A LONG TIME IN RESEARCHING THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION, THANK YOU BOTH, JAYNE AND SUSAN VERY MUCH!!
If you are ever in the LaFox, ILL area be sure and visit the Garfield Farm and Inn Museum, it is well worth your time, also should you happen to be in the Mentor, OH area stop in at the home of President James A Garfield (Lawnfield) and learn about this great man in our history.
... a winged angel sent to watch over his fallen warriors.
A picture from the Minneapolis Star/Tribune taken on a June morning at the Minneapolis National Cemetery !
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