|Death: ||Mar. 11, 1837|
From The History of Morrow County (Google Books):
The first saw-mill was built by Timothy Aldrich in 1825, and four years later he added a corn-mill. [...] As illustrating the scarcity of lumber in an early day, it is related that when the father of Comfort and Benjamin Olds died, there was no lumber for a coffin nearer than Delaware. So Timothy Aldrich gave his wagon body for that purpose, and the nails of the same were carefully drawn and used to nail the coffin. A piece of the same wagon box is in the possession of his son, Smith Aldrich, and is used as an "ironing board."
Timothy Aldrich is listed in Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol 1, A-D.
Lucina Aldrich (1764 - 1836)
Timothy Aldrich (1793 - 1880)*
Arnold Aldrich (1796 - 1854)*
Joseph Aldrich (1803 - 1855)*
Betsy Elizabeth Aldrich Morehouse (1809 - 1882)*
Died March 11.
In his 75 year.
Created by: pugbug
Record added: Sep 03, 2010
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4th great grandfather of mine I wish I could have known you|
Added: Apr. 24, 2012
To my 4th great grandfather.|
Added: Feb. 10, 2012
Many times a great great grandfather, gone but not forgotten. This Great Great granddaughter has a son named Timothy.|
Added: Feb. 20, 2011
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