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Joseph Nichols REMINGTON  

Born: 4 JAN 1764 in East Greenwich, Kent RI
Died: 23 JUL 1845 in Groton Twp, Erie Co. OH
Buried: Erie Co. OH
Military: Revolutionary War, Pri, 4th Bat, Foot

Children With Ruth BRIGGS, Married: 1792
Thomas Briggs REMINGTON Born: 1793
RI
Died: 19 SEP 1874
Allen, Hillsdale Co., MI
Daniel S REMINGTON Born: 7 OCT 1801
RI
Died: 11 SEP 1888
Andover, Allegany, NY
Loasie (?) REMINGTON Born: ABT 1804
RI
Died:
Potter REMINGTON Born: ABT 1806
RI
Died:
Charlotte REMINGTON Born: ABT 1808
NY
Died: 1843
Erie Co. OH
John M. REMINGTON Born: 22 AUG 1811
Plymouth, Chenango Co NY
Died: 25 FEB 1904
Allen, Hillsdale Co. MI
Fannie W. REMINGTON Born: 1 OCT 1812
Chenango Co. NY
Died: 7 NOV 1881
Independence, Allegany, NY
 
Notes: "Came to this town (Independence, Allegany Co.) very early. a pioneer, and took wild land on the farm now* owned by W. Crandall " (*From "Allegany Co. and its People" by John S. Minard)

Moved from Ontario Co. to Allegany Co. about 1811.
Revolutionary War Veteran
In 1840, he and his wife Ruth, joined their daughter, Charlotte and her husband, Joseph Turner, in Erie Co. OH

Copy of his discharge from the army following the Revolutionary War in my possession. Enlisted in Warwick, RI, 03 Jan, 1781 in Col. Jeremiah Olney`s regiment. Was in the action of taking Lord Cornwallis. Was discharged in Saratoga, NY, 03 Jan. 1784

Records from this point on have been closely checked. Earlier history of REMINGTON ancestors are from Lois SORENSEN, a REMINGTON descendant, whose records can be found at: http://www.thesorensens.net/FamilyTree/gp2800.htm.

Dianna found the parentage, etc. for Joseph in a CD re: RI families who migrated to NY in the 1700`s.

Found in 1810 Census in Plymouth, Chenango Co. NY
In 1818, he applied for his military prnsion in Ontario Co, NY
In 1820 Census, in Alfred, Allegany Co. NY.

In the 1820 Census, joseph is listed as having 1 male up to 10-John, 1 male 10-16-Potter, 2 males 16-26-Daniel and Thomas, 1 male 45 & over-Joseph, 1 female up to 10- Fannie, 1 female 10-16-Charlotte, 1 female 16-26-must have been Loasie, and 1 female (rest of page is missing (Ruth was over 45 at the time. I wasn`t sure until working this out what gender Loasie was.

In 1830, in Independence, Allegany Co. NY, where Fanny was born.

From "History of Allegany County, NY 1895":

Joseph N Remington, English immigrant to RI, served in the Revolutionary War seven years, came to this town very early, a pioneer, and took wild land on the farm now owned by W Crandall. His son, Daniel S, born 1801 came with his father and his was the first marriage in town. His wife was Eliza, daughter of Erastus Eaton. Their home was on the homestead taken by his father. He was a farmer, a deacon of the 7th Day Baptist and passed most of his life in town dying in Andover in 1887. Of his six children, Jerome F Remington born May 30, 1831 married Aurilla Bloss in 1852 and located in town. His wife dying in 1853, he married Mary, daughter of Lewis B Fish in 1856 and settled at Green`s Corners as a wagon maker. In 1862 he enlisted in Co. E, 130th NY, and served with his regiment until discharged in July 1865, except four months in the hospital. From 1865 to 1890 he was a carpenter and a farmer. His wife died in 1889, and he married Selina Green. In 1890 he became a merchant in Green`s Corners. He has three children by his second wife, Cora M, Fannie A, and Lenna E. Mr. Remington is a loyal citizen and belongs to Sawyer Post of the GAR (Grand Army of the Repulic)."Came to this town (Independence, Allegany Co.) very early. a pioneer, and took wild land on the farm now* owned by W. Crandall " (*From "Allegany Co. and its People" by John S. Minard)

Moved from Ontario Co. to Allegany Co. about 1811.
Revolutionary War Veteran
In 1840, he and his wife Ruth, joined their daughter, Charlotte and her husband, Joseph Turner, in Erie Co. OH

Copy of his discharge from the army following the Revolutionary War in my possession. Enlisted in Warwick, RI, 03 Jan, 1781 in Col. Jeremiah Olney`s regiment. Was in the action of taking Lord Cornwallis. Was discharged in Saratoga, NY, 03 Jan. 1784

Records from this point on have been closely checked. Earlier history of REMINGTON ancestors are from Lois SORENSEN, a REMINGTON descendant, whose records can be found at: http://www.thesorensens.net/FamilyTree/gp2800.htm.

Dianna found the parentage, etc. for Joseph in a CD re: RI families who migrated to NY in the 1700`s.

Found in 1810 Census in Plymouth, Chenango Co. NY
In 1818, he applied for his military prnsion in Ontario Co, NY
In 1820 Census, in Alfred, Allegany Co. NY.

In the 1820 Census, joseph is listed as having 1 male up to 10-John, 1 male 10-16-Potter, 2 males 16-26-Daniel and Thomas, 1 male 45 & over-Joseph, 1 female up to 10- Fannie, 1 female 10-16-Charlotte, 1 female 16-26-must have been Loasie, and 1 female (rest of page is missing (Ruth was over 45 at the time. I wasn`t sure until working this out what gender Loasie was.

In 1830, in Independence, Allegany Co. NY, where Fanny was born.

From "History of Allegany County, NY 1895":

Joseph N Remington, English immigrant to RI, served in the Revolutionary War seven years, came to this town very early, a pioneer, and took wild land on the farm now owned by W Crandall.
 
Joseph Nichols REMINGTON
4 JAN 1764 - 23 JUL 1845
Thomas REMINGTON
1734 -
Freelove NICHOLS
7 AUG 1740 -


Daniel REMINGTON
1689 - 12 MAR 1787
Ann GORTON
19 FEB 1696 -
Joseph NICHOLS
- 1759
Freelove MATTESON
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Thomas REMINGTON
4 FEB 1656 - 23 JUL 1710
Mary ALLEN
1660 - ABT 1710
Samuel GORTON
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