|Birth: ||Oct. 31, 1821|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Jan. 16, 1913|
The second marriage of the cap-
tain took place in Washtenaw County, Mich.,
and united him with Mrs. Eleanor (Vought)
Bacon, a native of New York, and the widow of
Hiram A. Bacon, who was a farmer in Michi-
gan. By her first marriage she had two sons.
One died in' childhood; the other, Philip G. V.
Bacon, is engaged in the lumber business in
Texas. Her marriage to Captain Pettibone re-
sulted in the birth of three children, namely:
Ahuira Eliza, who is married and lives in North
Lawrence; Mrs. Nellie Wilkins, of Portland,
Ore. : and Charles, in North Lawrence. Mrs.
Pettibone is the only survivor of the twelve
children of Philip G. and Leah (Manning)
Vought, natives respectively of New York and
New Jersey. Her grandfather, Capt. John
Vought, a native of New Jersey, and an ofiicer
in the Revolutionary war, settled in Schenec-
tady, N. Y. Philip G. Vought settled in Wash-
tenaw County, Mich., in 1834, and afterward
carried on farming there. He married a daugh-
ter of Samuel Manning, a farmer of New Jersey.
Milton Pettibone (1822 - 1903)*
Oak Hill Cemetery
Plot: Section 8 S
Maintained by: Susan P
Originally Created by: Don Vaughn
Record added: Nov 16, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 31455065