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Sheridan Family Biographical Essay

Reference material supporting the captioned biological essay, keyed to the footnotes in the text, is available as follows.

References
  • [01] Early Connecticut Marriages Prior to 1800 - as Found on Ancient Church Records - Prior to 1800, Frederick W. Bailey, Third Book, pg 132.
  • [01] Sheridan Family Tree - Ancestry.Com [Allysn27]
  • [01] Sheridan Family Tree - Ancestry.Com - Alternate [johnosheridan38]
  • [02] 1850 U.S. Census for Constantia, Oswego County, New York
  • [03] 1860 U.S. Census for Parish, Oswego County, New York
  • [04] 1880 U.S. Census for Amboy, Oswego County, New York.
  • [05] Sheridan Family Tree, Ancestry.Com, Allsyn27
  • [06] Marriage record - Betsy Fisk (1824)
  • [07] Fiske and Fisk Family, Frederick Clifton Pierce, 1896, pg 266 (n280) [Source]
  • [08] Grave Record - West Monroe Cemetery, West Monroe, Oswego County, New York
  • [09] The 1860 U.S. Census for Meegeree, Antrim County, Michigan
  • [10] 1860 U.S. Census for Adams Township, Illinois
  • [11] Ibid. 7
  • [12] Rosters of the New York Infantry Regiments during the Civil War, New York State Military Museum and Veterans Research Center
  • [12] Rosters of the New York Infantry Regiments during the Civil War, 101st NY Infantry Regiment, pg 403;
  • [13] Ibid. 12, 24th NY Infantry Regiment, pg 646
  • [14] Ibid. 12, 16th NY Artillery Regiment, pg 828
  • [15] Ibid. 12, 14th NY Artillery Regiment, pg 736
  • [16] Marriage Record - Aaron Sheridan & Julia Moore; March 21, 1865
  • [17] Land Patent 3796 - Aaron A. Sheridan, July 1, 1869
  • [17] Claim Abandonment Notice - James A. Sheridan
  • [18] Land Patent 1689 - James A. Sheridan, September 15, 1874
  • [19] Beautiful Glen Arbor Township - Facts, Fantasy and Fotos, Robert Dwight Rader, Glen Arbor History Group, 1977, pg 39
  • [20] Marriage Record - Lyman F Sheridan/Mary Ann McCollum, August 6, 1862
  • [21] Land Patent 250 - Lyman F. Sheridan, November 1, 1869
  • [22] 1870 U.S. Census for Glen Arbor Township, Leelanau County, Michigan, pg 7
  • [23] Ibid. 19
  • [24] Plat Ownership Map, Cleveland Township, Leelanau County, Michigan
  • [25] Leelanau County Deaths for the Year Ending December 31, 1882 - Mary Agnes (McCollum) Sheridan
  • [26] "Keepers of the South Manitou Island Light", Phyllis L. Tag, Great Lakes Lighthouse Research [Source]
  • [27] Marriage Record - Lyman F Sheridan/Frances M. (Kellogg) Kelderhouse, Maple City, August 27, 1885
  • [28] Note: Shoe pegs are short wooden nails used for fastening the uppers ...
  • [29] U.S. Patent 301,441 - Fire Escape, Kasson Freeman, Grand Rapids, Michigan; Assignee: Lyman F. Sheridan, Glen Arbor, Michigan
  • [30] Ibid. 19, pg 68
  • [31] The Traverse Region, Historical and Descriptive, with Illustrations and Scenery and Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Some of Its Prominent Men and Pioneers, Chicago, H. R. Page & Co., 1884, Lyman Sheridan topic, pg 246.
  • [32] Grand Traverse Herald, November 2, 1871, Re: County Government Meetings and Actions
  • [33] Death Record - Frances Sheridan, September 1, 1921, Glen Arbor, Michigan
  • [34] Death Record - Lyman Francis Sheridan, April 3, 1923, Chicago, Illinois
  • [35] Death Notice - Traverse City Record Eagle, April 5, 1923
  • [36] 1860 U.S. Census, Albion, Oswego County, New York, pgs 26 and 27.
  • [37] Harpers Weekly, September 26, 1863, pg 622, "The Execution of Deserters"
  • [38] Death Record - Lucy Sheridan, January 5, 1877
  • [39] 1880 U.S. Census - Glen Arbor Township, Leelanau County, Michigan
  • [40] Burial Record - William E. Sheridan, Octover 14, 1891
  • [41] Civil War Veteran Headstone and Record - William E. Sheridan
  • [42] 1870 U.S. Census - Sleeping Bear Township, Leelanau County, Michigan
  • [43] Note: There are two possibilities for Arcia ... (which see)
  • [44] Biographical Sketch - Amazia A Fillmore, brother of Arcia (Fillmore) Sheridan
  • [45] 1900 U.S. Census - Glen Arbor Township, Leelanau County Michigan
  • [46] 1884 Marriage Record for Clara Sheridan
  • [47] Ibid. 19, pg 39
  • [48] Death record for Arcia Amelia Sheridan, July 16, 1867, Glen Arbor Twp, Leelanau County, Michigan
  • [49] Burial record for Arcia Fillmore Sheridan, Kelderhouse Cemetery, Port Onieda, Michigan
  • [50] Marriage Record not available
  • [51] Death record for Mary Ann Sheridan
  • [52] Ibid. 36
  • [53] 1900 U.S. Census for Charlevoix, MI
  • [54] 1860 U.S. Census for Chicago, IL
  • [55] 1861 Civil War Record for John H Cuttin
  • [56] Birth records of last six children of Newton and Mary Ann Sheridan
  • [57] Ibid. 19, pg 81
  • [58] Death certificate signed by N.B. Sheridan, Registrar, on April 23, 1906
  • [59] Death certificate, Newton B. Sheridan, June 1, 1912
  • [60] Ibid. 48, January 17, 1914
  • [61] 1880 U.S. Census - Bristol, IL; Henry Moore household
  • [62] Reports to the Committees of the House Of Representatives for the First and Second Sessions of the Forty-Sixth Congress, 1879-1880, Volume V, Report No. 1669, "Heirs of Aaron A. Sheridan"
  • [63] 1900 Marriage License - Edward J. Sheridan/Louise Hoffman, Chicago, IL
  • [64] 1910 U.S. Census - Chicago, IL, Edward J Sheridan household
  • [65] "Keepers of the Grosse Point Light", Phyllis L. Tag, Great Lakes Lighthouse Research [Source]
  • [66] 1920 Marriage License - Alfred Sheridan/Irma Trish, Chicago, IL
  • [67] 1920 U.S. Census - Multnomah (Portland), Oregon
  • [68] 1930 U.S. Census - Rockville, Oregon
  • [69] Ibid. 63, pg 150
  • [70] 1900 U. S. Census - Yorkville, IL
  • [71] 1818 WW-I Draft Registration Card, Charles A. Sheridan
  • [72] 1830 U.S. Census - Newago, MI
  • [73] Sue Populorum family tree
  • [74] 1910 U.S. Census - Bristol, IL
  • [75] 1903 Marriage Record - Charles A. Sheridan/IreneVanHouten
  • [76] 1945 Death Record - Charles A. Sheridan
  • [77] 1967 Death Record - Irene Sheridan
  • [78] The Salt Lake Herald, Saturday, December 16, 1893, pg 1
  • [79] The New York Times, September 18,1992; foreclosure notice, "Big Four" railroad bridge
  • [80] 1905 Marriage License - George H Sheridan/Sarah Unwin
  • [81] "Remembering, A History of the Sheridan Family, Stephen Sheridan, 2009, pg 165