512     ISAAC HENRY OATMAN

 

 

512      ISAAC HENRY6     (Elisha5, Isaac4, George3, John2, Johannes1), son of Elisha and Lucy (Imus) Oatman, was born in the town of Locke, Cayuga County, New York, 17 May 1825 and died in Salem, New York, 30 January 1910 at the age of 85 years.  (DAR records indicate that Isaac died at Belcher rather than Salem, New York.) 

He married 22 October 1848 Charlotte, daughter of George and Jane (Dixon) Chapman, born 22 December 1828, Belcher, New York, and died 20 April 1894 at Belcher or Salem, New York.  Isaac then married Mary B.      , who was born March 1855. 

 

The family resided at Argyle, Hartford and Salem, New York.  Isaac was a farmer, blacksmith and marble dealer.  His farms were in Belcher, New York, of which one is now owned by Ross Williamson, and the other by Joseph Eagle who purchased it from Isaac Benjamin's estate.  His blacksmith shop stands at the top of the hill above the Eagle farm, and his marble shop, which he ran with his brother Mortimer Dudley Oatman, is the home now occupied by the Farley family on Thomas Street in Salem, New York.

 

Children of Isaac Henry and Charlotte (Chapman) Oatman:

 

1641    George H., b. 22 Dec 1851; d. 13 Dec 1854

 

1642    Orlin Elisha, b. 10 Feb 1853; d. 28 Mar 1935; m. Emma Case

 

1643    Isaac Benjamin, b. 2 Oct 1855; d. 4 Oct 1918; m. 1) Hattie Wilson;  2) Christine Smith

 

1644    Walter Fred, b. 26 Oct 1857; d. 20 Aug 1877.  No issue.

 

1645    Lucy Jane, b. 23 Dec 1859; d. 24 Mar 1882; m. William Martin

 

1646    Elijah Chapman, b. 31 Dec 1863; m. Elizabeth Irwin

 

1647    Charlotte "Lottie", b. 26 Dec 1865; m. Aden C. Gales, M.D.  In 1900, Glens Falls, Warren Co., NY, Charlotte was living with her sister Lydia and her husband, Archie McEchron. 

 

1648    Lewis Ryan, b. 31 Oct 1867; m. Agnes Emeline Morris

 

1649    Lydia Lodice, b. 10 Apr 1870; m. Archie McEachron

 


NOTE:

 

In the Chapman line, Charlotte's great-grandfather Elijah and her grandfather Ebineezer both served in the War of the American Revolution, Ebineezer taking his father's place when the latter became ill.  He was with Washington's Army at Valley Forge. 

 

The following data is found on gravestones in Belcher Cemetery, New York:

 

George Chapman, b. 20 August 1806; d. 12 January 1895

 

Jane Dixon (wife of George), died 21 November 1865

 

Leander, son of George and Jane Chapman, d. 22 February 1858, aged 22 yrs.

3 mo 29 da.

 

George, Jr., son of George and Jane Chapman, d. 31 Oct 1852, aged 3 yrs. 3 mo.

 

Ebineezer Chapman, d. 9 December 1850, aged 87 years, 12 days

 

Lydia, his wife, d. 3 October 1834, aged 70 years.

 


Sources:

Oatman Family Bible and other records
1850, 1870 census, Hebron, Washington Co., NY
1860 census, Hartford, Washington Co., NY
1880, 1900 soundex, Hebron, Washington Co., NY  

1900 soundex, Glens Falls, Warren Co., NY


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