No issue.spouse: >Hotckins, Eliza F. (>1862 - )
NELLIE ELBERTIN MINER resided with her uncle Henry Parsons Bement at Grand Rapids in 1880. After their marriage she resided at Kimball, South Dakota and had issue. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 140b)spouse: >Rose, George Dusenbury (1863 - )
The Monroe family genealogy is a large volume of work and is located in the Library of Congress. The Monroe line that I am out of is from the Lexington, Massachusetts area. The Monroe's were sent to America as prisoners of Cromwell in the 1600's.spouse: >Lewis, Cornelia Jane (~1850 - )
Cornelia Jane Monroe is the sister of my Great-Grandfather, William L. Monroe. They were the children of Robert Emmett Monroe: William Lewis 12/22/1865, Charles Francis 8/11/1873, Cornelia Jane 9/11/1875. It is unknown if the two girls that William and Charles, married were of the same Bement Family. I know that I grew up knowing that all the Bements in the Williamston, Webberville, Fowlerville and Howell were directly related to me. I was taught that when Cornelia married that William and Charles, were so taken by Silas's sisters that they up and married them.
Off spring of Cornelia and Silas are still in the area today. The Cemeteries of Webberville are made up of people that I am related to. In the book titled the Lexington Monroes, the person reporting the information left off the names of Jennie Mae or Phoebe Jane. They did however list Alice Bement.
Barbara Jane Monroe Haskill Olson (e-mail: scottishlassie.alba@@juno.com)
James Clark Moore, Jr. was graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in the Class of 1895. He was a member of the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, Union League, and Hamilton Whist Clubs of Philadelphia. He was a broker by occupation. (Source: Chronicles of the Bement Family in America; 1928, p. 368b)spouse: >Bement, Bertha (1874 - 1924)
Donald owned and operated D+M Shop Service and was a manufacturers representative for several farm equipment companies He was member of the Lions Club and the Micro Mini Tractor Pulling Association, coached Little League, was a member of Christian Church in Minier, Illinois, and was buried in the cemetery there.spouse: >private
HANNA MORGAN, was the daughter of Captain Niles Morgan, founder of Springfield, Massachusetts, in honor of whom, the city in 1879, two hundred and ten years after his decease, placed in its beautiful court house square a statue commemorative of his deeds and virtues. Captain Morgan has many prominent descendants, among them, the Revolutionary hero of Brimfield, Massachusetts, Brigade-Major Abner Morgan, and the former Captain of finance, the late John Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913) of New York. Six children were born to him.spouse: >Terry, Samuel (1661 - 1730)
Bement Chronicles in America 1928, p. 44
CAPTAIN NILES MORGAN, founder of Springfield, Massachusetts, in honor of whom, the city in 1879, two hundred and ten years after his decease, placed in its beautiful court house square a statue commemorative of his deeds and virtues. Captain Morgan has many prominent descendants, among them, the Revolutionary hero of Brimfield, Massachusetts, Brigade-Major Abner Morgan, and the former Captain of finance, the late John Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913) of New York. He had eight children by this first wife, Prudence (Gilbert) Morgan, and one son by his second wife, Elizabeth (Bliss) Morgan.spouse: >Gilbert, Prudence (~1615 - 1660)
Bement Chronicles in America 1928, p. 44
CHARLES GOULD MORRIS was a lawyer in 1916 at the Morris homestead in New Haven, Connecticut. Had five children.spouse: >Woodbridge, Elizabeth (~1871 - >1916)
Bement Chronicles in America 1928, pp. 181-181b
Lavina Liberte' "Vina Lou" Mosher was the eighth and last child of Jehu and Sarah Judith (Willson) Mosher. (Source: Clan Montgomery Society)spouse: >Bement, Arthur Orin (1847 - 1915)
Prisilla Mullins Alden was a passenger on the first voyage of the Mayflower and was the first of the voyagers to be married after arriving in Plymouth. She was the daughter of William Mullin of Dorking, Surrey, England. She and John Alden had eleven children. Their descendants include Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; John and John Q. Adams; and William Cullen Bryant. John and Pricilla Alden are mentioned in "The Courtship of Miles Standish", by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.spouse: >Alden, John (1599 - 1687)