Samuel Nathan Blodgett

Samuel Nathan Blodgett

Sandy Creek, Oswego County, New York, USA
Death 28 May 1873 (aged 45)
Sandy Creek, Oswego County, New York, USA
Burial Sandy Creek, Oswego County, New York, USA
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Samuel N. Blodgett, the only brother of Miles Blodgett, was the pioneer cheese maker of this locality. In Orwell he built what was said to have been the first factory in Oswego county. He also built the Finster cheese factory in Lacona.

On October 10, 1848 he married Mary Bartlett, who was the daughter of Emory Bartlett and Urania Perry Bartlett, six children, Alice, Alma, Lina, Addie, Malcolm and Fred, being born to them.

Alice Blodgett who was born July 17, 1849, in the town of Orwell, was married January 8, 1872 to Orlo Porter, their sons being Merton and Claude Porter. Mr. Porter died in June, 1900 and on January 15, 1902 she was married to A. J. Vanderhoof who died August 5, 1915. In 1920 Mrs. Vanderhoof became the wife of John J. Hollis. She died in 1928.

Of the other children of Samuel Blodgett, Alma died at the age of 14, Lina married Charles Porter, their children being Ward Porter and Mrs. Ethel Porter Hill; Addie Blodgett married Nathan Sage, their children being Blodgette, Edward and Burrell. Malcolm S. Blodgett married, first, Ada Howe, daughter of Nathan Daniels Howe, and second, Alice Porter, their sons being Uri, Jay and Roy Blodgett.

Fred Blodgett lives in Boonville.

Source: Sandy Creek News, 1933

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