6. Edward Akin born 3 April 1835 in New York, died 5 April 1892, married 3 November 1858 in Rensselaer County, New York.
Excerpts from books:
"Landmarks of Rensselaer County" by George Baker Anderson, 1896, page 480- Supervisor of Pittstown 1866-68.
"The Hoosac Valley by Grace Greylock Niles, page 437- Edward Aiken later opened a wagon and coach factory."
|7. Lucinda Octavia Buckley born 15 October 1839 in Troy, New York, died Wednesday, 7 February 1912, Services at 10 o'clock Saturday, 8 February, at Fairmont Cemetery in Spokane, Washington.|
6B. Adalaide Akin (called Birdie) born
25 October 1882 in New York, died in 1899, married 25 October
1882 to Frank Parrish born 15 February 1859, about five miles
east of Albany, Oregon. He, reportedly, was the first white child
born in that part of the state.
May Irene Fitzgerald married second to William Fricker.
6Ec. Edward Akin Fitzgerald married
Marie Thomasina Waldear.
6F. Eugene (EG) Akin born about 1875 born in California, married Katherine _____.
6G. (Pricilla 2), called Laura, Akin born 25 December 1878 born in Idaho. According to George Murphy, Jr., Lucy's son, the sisters, Laura, Lucy, and Kitty had many secrets. When together, they were always whispering.
6H. Lucinda (Lucy) Octavia Akin born 25 April 1882,
died 21 January 1944 in Bend, Oregon, married George Thomas Murphy,
who died 5 October 1943 in Bend, Oregon. Lucinda worked as a
servant at the time the 1900 census was taken on 4 June.
Her employer is a professor in a college. Lucy and George moved to Central Oregon when the area was advertised as "The Land of Milk and Honey" with new water rights for thousands of acres of land by the Carey Act of 1893. Lucy had a strawberry patch and needed more water. The flume ran near so she would scratch the moss to let some water out through the cracks. The water actually belonged to Finn John and he needed it so he checked the flume every day and put dirt back in to plug the cracks.
6I. Edward N. Akin born April 1884 in Idaho, died 1902, of Typhoid Fever in Walla Walla, Washington, buried in Spokane, Washington.
12. James Akin born about 1794 in New York, died 14 October 1879 in Pittstown, New York, married approximately 1815.
13. Hannah Gifford born 4 October 1797 in New York, died 14 October 1879.
12B. Justus H. Akin born 23 June 1817, died 18 Sept 1873, buried Johnsonville Cemetery in New York, was not married.
12C. Elihu G. Akin born 9 March 1819, died 1891 in Troy, New York, married 22 November 1848 to Harriet Van Schaick.
12D. James Akin, Jr. born 11 September 1820, died 1 December 1893, buried at Schaghticoke, Elmwood Cemetery, New York, was not married.
12E. Nathan G. Akin born 13 August 1823, died 28 November 1886, buried at Elmwood Cemetery, Schaghticoke, New York, married Phoebe Hoag.
12F. Gifford Akin born 1825, died 15 September 1826, buried at Pittstown, Akin Cemetery, New York.
12G. DeLafayette Akin born 16 February 1827, was still living on the 1870 census.
12H. Sarah Caroline Akin born 1828, died 28 April 1883, married Abraham Van Vechten.
12I. Patience C. Akin born 10 February 1830 in Pittstown, New York, died 16 December 1902, married 30 April 1829 to William Chandler Shedd.
12J. Abigail H. Akin born 16 January 1831, married to Orlando Bennett.
12K. Pricilla H. Akin born 18 September 1833, died 3 September 1854, buried Waites Corner Cemetery, White Creek, New York, married to Samuel James Lake.
12L. (Edward 3) Akin born 30 April 1835
12M. Deborah G. Akin born in 1837, died 9 March 1922 in Lincoln, Nebraska, buried in Elmwood Cemetery at Schaghticoke, New York, married Lincoln Shepherd King.
12N. Hannah Louise Akin born 20 March 1840, died 1 June 1925 at Lincoln, Nebraska, buried in Elmwood Cemetery at Schaghticoke, New York, married L.W. Simpson.
12O. Ella Akin, no further records.
24. Benjamine Akin born 15 September 1754 in Dutchess County, New York, died about 1843, married before 1777.
Book "Landmarks of Rensselaer County" by George Baker Anderson, 1896 page 469 - Among others who located in the town ...soon after the Revolutionary War was Benjamin Aiken, who came from Dutchess County..."
25. Sarah Holloway born about 1756, died 26 May 1813 in Pittstown, New
York, buried in the Akin Plot in Johnsonville, Town
of Pittstown on the 900
acres of land that her husband owned. The cemetery
stone reads, "Sarah
consort of Benjamine Akin died May 26, 1813 in the
57th year of her age".
24F. Joseph Akin married Amy Stitt.
24G. Benjamine Akin born 1787, married Mary Hoag.
24H. Mary Akin born 1790, married John Caldwell.
24I. John H. Akin born 1794, married Ann Parish.
24J. (James 4) Akin born 1794.
24K. Justus Akin born 1797, married Margaret Eychsyer.
26. Elihu Gifford born 8 July 1761 at Dover, New York, died 10 September 1846 at Easton, New York, married 25 January 1765 at Dover, New York. Elihu is listed as a Patriot with the DAR. He drove wood to George Washington's camp at White Plains, New York when he was fifteen years of age. He also aided in the seizure of a British vessel while a privateer. He was captured but later escaped. (Information from "History of Washington County, New York 1878" page 254)
27. Deborah Allen born 5 January 1765 at Dover, New York, died 16 December 184-.
[1775 - George Washington made commander-in-chief of American forces]
48. James Akin born about 1728, died about 1817.
49. Patience Howard born about 1726.
48B. Susanna Akin born 28 September 1752 at Dutchess County, New York, married Abrials Allen.
48C. (Benjamine 5) Akin born 15 September 1754.
48D. Phoebe Akin born 1 December 1756 in Dutchess County, New York, married _______ Bennett.
48E. Rachel Akin born 1 June 1759 in Dutchess County, New York, married _________ Ferriss.
48F. Joseph Akin born 8 April 1761 in Dutchess County, New York, married Alice Holloway.
48G. Amy Akin married Jesse Hungerford.
48H. Annie Akin married _________ Simmons.
48I. Beneriali Akin married (possibly Tweedy).
54. Moses Allen born about 1740 at Dutchess County, New York, died after 1796 at Ontario County, New York, married about 1764. Moses was a private in Dutchess County, New York Militia during the Revolutionary War.
55. Chloe Ward born 11 January 1744.
96. David Akin born about 1689, died about 1779, married about 1711. David was a Private in Field's Reg't, Hecock's Co. (Information from book, Dutchess County in New York Revolution)
97. Sarah Allen born about 1692, daughter of Ebenezer Allen & Abigail____.
192. John Akin born about 1663, died about 1746,
married second Hannah
Sher___ and had 5 more children.
193. Mary Briggs born about 1671.