Indiana McCaslins

Clarrisa SmithAge: 81 years17931874

Name
Clarrisa Smith
Married name
Clarrisa Corning
Source: S447
Publication: PDF book published on-line http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~aek740/PDF-Data.htm
Birth February 9, 1793
Source: S447
Publication: PDF book published on-line http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~aek740/PDF-Data.htm
Source: Find a Grave
Census 1810 (Age 16 years)
MarriageNathan Steele CorningView this family
October 23, 1811 (Age 18 years)
Publication: A.C.M. Kelly (Rhinebeck, New York c1979)
Note: from The Balance and Columbian Repository
Birth of a son
#1
Samuel Beekman Corning
July 6, 1828 (Age 35 years)
Source: S447
Publication: PDF book published on-line http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~aek740/PDF-Data.htm
Census 1850 (Age 56 years)
Death of a husbandNathan Steele Corning
1857 (Age 63 years)
Source: S447
Publication: PDF book published on-line http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~aek740/PDF-Data.htm
Census 1870 (Age 76 years)
Death July 25, 1874 (Age 81 years)
Source: S447
Publication: PDF book published on-line http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~aek740/PDF-Data.htm
Source: Find a Grave
Burial after July 25, 1874
Source: Find a Grave
Note: Highland Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 65235092)
Family with Nathan Steele Corning - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: October 23, 1811Canaan, Columbia, New York
17 years
son

BirthS447
Publication: PDF book published on-line http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~aek740/PDF-Data.htm
BirthFind a Grave
Census1810 US Federal Census
MarriageDeaths [Vol 1], Marriages, and Miscelianeous [Vol 2] from Hudson, New York, Newspapers: The Balance and Columbian Repository (1802-1811) and The Rural Repository or Bower of Literature (1824-1851)
Publication: A.C.M. Kelly (Rhinebeck, New York c1979)
Census1850 US Federal Census
Census1870 US Federal Census
NameS447
Publication: PDF book published on-line http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~aek740/PDF-Data.htm
DeathS447
Publication: PDF book published on-line http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~aek740/PDF-Data.htm
DeathFind a Grave
BurialFind a Grave
Marriage

from The Balance and Columbian Repository

Burial

Highland Cemetery (Find A Grave Memorial# 65235092)

Shared note

Nathan Steele Corning and his wife, Clarrisa Smith were supposed to have had thirteen children but only 10 have been located.

The 1810 US Federal Census for Canaan, Columbia, New York records that Daniel Smith had in his household one white male aged 10-15 (unknown), one while maie aged 45 and over (himself), one white female under 10 (unknown) two white females 16 thru 25 (Clarrisa and unknown), and two white females 45 and over (Daniel's wife, Ruth Peabody and unknown) making the number of household members under 16 two, the number of household member over 25 three and the total number of household members seven.

Nathan Corning, of Chatham, married Clarissa Smith, of New Canaan on 23 Oct 1811 in New Canaan as reported on 5 Nov 1811 in "The Balance and Columbian Repository".

In the 1820 US Federal Census for Chatham, Columbia, New York, Nathan is living next door to his father, Bliss Corning. In his household are three males under 10 (Benjamin, George W, and Dwight), one male 26-45 (himself), one female under 10 (Lucinda) and one female 26-45 (Clarrisa). There is one person engaged in agriculture, himself.

In the 1830 US Federal Census for Canaan, Columbia, New York, Nathan has 9 people in his household. These are two males under 5 ( Samuel Beekman and States K), one male 5-10 (William), one male 10-15 (Dwight), one male 15-20 (George W), one male 40-50 (himself), one female 10-15 (Lucinda), one female 15-20 (unknown) one female 40-50 (Clarrisa) and one female 70-80 (Clarrisas mother?)

In the 1840 US Federal Census for Grafton, Lorain, Ohio, Nathan has seven people in his household. They are one male under 5 (Andrew), two males 5-10 (Henry and Smith P), two males 10-15 (Samuel Beekman and States K) one male 50-60 (himself), and one female 40-50 (his wife, Clarrisa). He is living near two of his sons, George W and Benjamin S (listed as B.S. by the census taker)

In the 1850 US Federal Census for Grafton, Lorain, Ohio, Nathan is listed as a 62 year-old, Connecticut born farmer. In his household are his wife, Clarrisa (age 57) and four of his younger sons; Samuel B (21 year-old New York born farmer), Smith P (19 year-old New York born farmer), Henry K (17 year-old New York born farmer), and Andrew Jackson (age 14, born in Ohio).

In 1870, Clarrisa is living with her son, Samuel Beekman, his wife, Alvira and her grandson, Dennis, as shown by the 1870 US Federal Census for Vinton, Benton, Iowa. However, she didnt die in Iowa, but in Minneapolis, Ottawa, Kansas, which is where her son William and his family are living in 1880. I suspect that she was living with them when she died as they are the only Cornings in Minneapolis, Kansas.

Shared note

Nathan Corning, of Chatham, married Clarissa Smith, of New Canaan on 23 Oct 1811 in New Canaan as reported on 5 Nov 1811 in "The Balance and Columbian Repository".