The Reed and Berbach Families of New York State - Person Sheet
The Reed and Berbach Families of New York State - Person Sheet
NameMillison or Millicent GILBERT 119,602,131,57,608,609,601
Birth23 Feb 1790, Jonesville, Saratoga Cnty, New York119,602,123,124
Death17 Feb 1826, Fish House, Town of Northampton, New York119,131,610,602,123 Age: 35
BurialNorthampton Cemetery, Fish House, New York131,610,119
FatherGershom GILBERT (1750-1832)
MotherEunice WHITLOCK (bp. 1761-1822)
Spouses
Birth1 Oct 1787, Westchester Cnty, New York119,602,123,603
Death30 Dec 1870, Fish House, Town of Northampton, New York119,602,123,124 Age: 83
BurialNorthampton Cemetery, Fish House, New York119
OccupationBlacksmith (Manufacture) and Farmer604,605,119,603,606,607
FatherDaniel B. BROWNELL (1756-1852)
MotherHannah HAMMOND (~1761-1828)
Family ID399
Marriage10 or 30 Dec 1810, Gilbert Homestead, Northampton, Fulton Cnty, New York602,119,123,124
ChildrenIra (1811-1888)
 Gilbert Henry (1814-1862)
 Eunice (1816-1868)
 Mary Gilbert (1819-1895)
 Charles Tucker (1821-1869)
 James (1824-1898)
Notes for Millison or Millicent GILBERT
“In 1798 the Northampton Circuit was organized as part of the Albany District by the Methodist circuit riders of that day. This area is where the villages of Northville, Fish House, Edinburg, Osborn’s Bridge and Mayfield were located. Several years after this Wells and Lake Pleasant were added.”623 Very few records survived. The records that did survive did not include John and Milicent Brownell.

1810:

“John Brownell and Millicent Gilbert were married at the Gilbert Homestead, half-way between Fish House and Northville, Fulton County, New York.”58

John resided in Northampton, Montgomery Cnty, New York.612,575

1813:
John is about 26 when his family moves to Hope Falls, New York.555
According to an insolvency document dated 6 Dec 1813, Daniel’s son, John, is residing in Greenbush, Rensselaer Cnty and is owed a debt of $2.50 from David Thayer of Northampton, Montgomery Cnty who is the party claiming insolvency. David Thayer also owes Daniel, listed as residing in Northampton, Montgomery Cnty, New York, $11.50(?).577 Since these legal records take time to assemble, the addresses for Daniel and John may or may not be current to the date of the document.

1820:
John Brownell and his family live in the Town of Northampton, Montgomery Cnty, New York. His family probably includes his wife Millison, sons Ira and Gilbert, and daughters Eunice and Mary. Two older boys between the age of 10 and 20 included in the household are unknown. Two individuals in the household are engaged in “manufacture.”604

1824:
On 6 Jul 1824, John Brownell of Northampton in the County of Montgomery sold to Gershom Gilbert of the same place two parcels of land situated in the Town of Northampton and part of lot number twenty six of the Northampton Patent, bordering the Nathaniel Pease land and the highway that divides the Sacandaga and Northampton Patents.613

1826:
Millison “died in her 36th year.”131
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