|Birth: ||Oct. 9, 1756|
Thought by officials to be buried in Findley Lake Cemetery.
DANIEL BABCOCK, s. Ebenezer3 and Hannah (PRESTON)
Babcock, b. Coventry, 10-9-1756; m. 12-4-1787 Zereptha
(int. Jerusha) dau. Nathaniel and Chloe (Brooks) Taylor
of West Springfield, b. 1765, d. 9-30-1828. (Nathaniel
Taylor was brother of Samuel Taylor, early Mid. settler).
He was in Murrayfield, living in the "Babcock Lot" as
early as 1779. Pet. Inc. 1782. He was among the signers
of the petition remonstrating against the town's action in
calling Rev. Mr. Thompson in 1785. By 1790 he had moved
into the Becket section living at "Ashdod" on the south
road to Becket. Pw. 26-1792. In 1796 he bought of Alpheus
Streeter Lot 36 III Div. Beck. In 1799 he was permitted
with others of his neighbors to join a school district in Washington.
He signed a petition, dated May, 1805, asking for permission for the Methodists of Mid. to join with Methodists of Pittsfield, Dalton, Hinsdale and Washington. In 1806 he sold his farm and moved to Mina, N. Y. He was a soldier in Rev. War.
BETSY, b. 6-9-1788.
LOVISA, b. 8-1-1789, m. (int) 8-3-1823 Joel Pelton of Savoy.
DANIEL, b. 5-2-1791.
JERUSHA, b. 6-13-1792.
PARMELA, b. 8-9-1794.
CHLOE, b. 1-12-1796, m. 3-31-1818 married Jno. Burnham of Peru.
GEORGE, b. 4-27-1797
THANKFUL, b. 8-26-1798.
** RODOLPHUS,(DOLPHUS) b. 2-26-1800 was in MINA to UTAH
JEHIEL, b. 9-18-1801.
Elijah 1807 b here
A history of the town of Middlefield, Massachusetts
Jerusha Zereptha Taylor Babcock (1765 - 1828)*
Adolphus Babcock (1800 - 1872)*
Findley Lake Cemetery
New York, USA
Maintained by: Jess Brown
Originally Created by: Dolores Davidson
Record added: Dec 16, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12693562