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|The Websters arrive in Addison, NY, and spread from there.
(9th generation in America)
Jared Webster, son of Jared and Lydia Webster, was born 15 February 1815, He was a farmer, and married Amy Ann Dorrity, daughter of Joseph and Rachel (Kelley) Dorrity, 17 April 1841, in the town of Dryden, Tompkins County, New York. She was born in Dutchess County, New York 19 March 1822. At different times Jared Webster lived in Lansing, NY., Addison, NY, and Hornsby, NY.
Jared died 4 November 1887; Amy died in 20 Feb 1909.
Children of Jared and Amy Ann (Dorrity) Webster;
(10th generation in America)
Judson Jared Webster, son of Jared and Amy Ann (Dorrity) Webster, was born 20 October 1862. He married Effie Eliza Kent (b. 17 August 1865), daughter of Thomas and Harriet C. (Hamilton) Kent, 1 October 1884, at Watkins, Schuyler County, New York. Judson was a farmer in Addison, New York.
Effie died 26 February 1924 in Addison, New York and Judson remarried 18 August 1925 to Emma A. (Miller) Jaynes, born about 1866 in Wayne, NY.
Judson Jared Webster died in 1943; there is no record of Emma's death.
Children of Judson Jared and Effie Eliza (Kent) Webster;
(11th generation in America)
Lewis Mortimer Webster, born 17 July 1887 on the Webster Homestead on Goodhue Hill, north of Addison, was the second son of Jared and Effie Eliza (Kent) Webster. In early life he was employed at the Park Winton and True Sash and Blind factory in Addison, and the Imperial Engine Works in Painted Post. In 1908 he engaged in farming in Victor, New York and on 28 October 1908 married Ida Mae Sullivan (b. 05 May 1891), only daughter of Winfield Scott and Cynthia (Hill) Sullivan. He continued farming until about 1921 when he moved to Shortsville, New York and became an employee of the Lehigh Railroad. He worked there until his death (pneumonia) 3 March 1937. Ida Mae (Sullivan) Webster died 1 Jul 1974.
Children of Lewis Mortimer and Ida Mae (Sullivan) Webster:
(12th generation in America)
George Judson Webster, the first child and only son of Lewis Mortimer and Ida Mae (Sullivan) Webster, was born on the Webster Homestead on Goodhue Hill, Addison, NY on 24 August 1910. On 18 July 1929 he married Concetta Marie Russell (b. 12 April 1913), oldest daughter of Peter and Nellie Russell of Palmyra, NY.
George worked at a number of occupations and was a farmer in Palmyra, NY; worked at a paper mill in Shortsville, NY; was a master core maker at Ritter Company, Rochester, NY; and was a brakeman on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. He later operated his own roofing and siding business from his home on Names Rd, Chili, NY until his death on 18 October 1964.
Concetta remarried to Gaston Phillip Davias; he died 24 March 1984 and she died 26 March 1990.
Children of George Judson and Concetta Marie (Russell) Webster:
m. David Hollins; m. Earl June; m. James Reese
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