Andrew Jackson KIDDER

Male 1825 - 1903  (78 years)


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Andrew Jackson KIDDER was born 01 Jan 1825, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA (son of Moses KIDDER and Roxanna SPAFFORD); died 01 May 1903, Carlton, Yam Hill County, Oregon.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Farmer

    Andrew married Sarah Ann VAN GILDER 19 Jun 1870, Lomira, Dodge County, Wisconsin. Sarah was born 15 Mar 1847; died 03 Jul 1891, Yam Hill County, Oregon. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Mildred KIDDER was born 23 Feb 1883, Summit Centre, Waukesha County, Wisconsin; died 10 Apr 1883.
    2. Joseph Charles KIDDER was born 02 Sep 1879, Summit Centre, Waukesha County, Wisconsin.
    3. Alice Josephine KIDDER was born 07 Apr 1877, Summit Centre, Waukesha County, Wisconsin.
    4. Andrew Burr KIDDER was born 13 May 1874, Summit Centre, Waukesha County, Wisconsin; died 09 Apr 1951, California.
    5. Elmer KIDDER was born 29 Apr 1884, Summit Centre, Waukesha County, Wisconsin; died 17 Jul 1884.
    6. Josephine KIDDER was born 27 Dec 1872, Lomira, Dodge County,Wisconsin; died 17 Apr 1873.
    7. Abbie Spafford KIDDER was born 31 May 1889, North Yam Hill, Oregon.
    8. Albert Enos KIDDER was born 27 Sep 1875, Summit Centre, Waukesha County, Wisconsin; died 09 Apr 1883, Summit Centre, Waukesha County, Wisconsin.
    9. Willie KIDDER was born 03 Feb 1871, Lomira, Dodge County,Wisconsin; died 24 Feb 1872.
    10. Warren Elmer KIDDER was born 12 Mar 1881, Summit Centre, Waukesha County, Wisconsin.
    11. Marion KIDDER was born 23 Feb 1883, Summit Centre, Waukesha County, Wisconsin.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Moses KIDDER was born 19 May 1786, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA (son of Lieut. Oliver KIDDER and Eunice BURR); died 20 Oct 1857, Wethersfield, Vermont.

    Other Events:

    • Occupation: Farmer
    • Residence: Resided in the Aseutneyville section of Weathersfield, Vt., and in Claremont, New Hampshire

    Moses married Roxanna SPAFFORD 1822. Roxanna (daughter of Joseph SPAFFORD and Rachel WRIGHT) was born 02 Sep 1798, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Roxanna SPAFFORD was born 02 Sep 1798, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA (daughter of Joseph SPAFFORD and Rachel WRIGHT).
    Children:
    1. Joseph Spafford KIDDER was born 02 Aug 1823, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA; died 27 Apr 1873, Portland, Oregon.
    2. Henry Harrison KIDDER was born 23 Mar 1827, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA.
    3. 1. Andrew Jackson KIDDER was born 01 Jan 1825, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA; died 01 May 1903, Carlton, Yam Hill County, Oregon.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Lieut. Oliver KIDDERLieut. Oliver KIDDER was born 19 Dec 1743, Coventry, Tolland Co., Vermont (son of Ephraim KIDDER and Freedom BARNARD); died 29 Nov 1812, Weathersfield, Windsor Co., Vermont; was buried , Ascutneyville Cemetery, Ascutney, Windsor Co., Vermont .

    Notes:

    [Hulett FTW from MC Scott.FTW]

    Oliver Kidder (1743-1812) served as ensign, 1775, and, 1779, rose to the rank of lieutenant, Vermont troops, Capt. Eliphalet Spafford's company. He was born in Coventry, Conn.; died in Weathersfield, Vt. (Mrs. Jessica Bacon Stearns Grant. DAR ID Number: 104617)

    Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots

    Name: KIDDER, Oliver
    Cemetery Ascutney Cem
    Location Weathersfield VT 36
    Reference Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.2, p. ?Serial: 10094; Volume: 5
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    1790 U.S. Census Search Results
    State: VT
    Year: 1790
    County: Windsor
    Image: 0200
    Township: Weathersfield
    Roll: M637_12

    Name:
    Oliver Kidder moved with his parents from Coventry, Conn. to Nine partners, Dutchess Co., New York before 1753. From thence he went on to Columbia Co., New York, where he resided for a time before making his home at Albany, where he lived until 1773, in which year he settled at Weathersfield, then in Cumberland Co., New York, but later a part of Vermont. This town had been settled by Connecticut people, principally from Wethersfield, the Vermont settlement adding the letter "a" to the name by way of variation, and here, in the section which later separated and became Ascutneyville, he purchased two pieces of land, the deeds, dated April 9, 1773, describing him as of Albany. He soon became prominent in town affairs, and in 1775 his name appeared on the list of citizens of Weathersfield "who declared for Liberty and Independence." In 1775 and 1776 he served on the local committee having in charge the affairs of the settlers, involving in large measure controversies concerning land titles. On occasion these committees met in general convention, where they issued decrees which were regarded as law, violations thereof being severely dealt with. In 1776 he was chosen Supervisor, and later Selectman. As a young man he was active in military affairs, and on May 18, 1762 enlisted in Cornelius Van Deboregh's Company of Albany, the enlistment papers describing him as "18 years and 6 months of age, 5 feet, 8 inches in height, of fair complexion, with blue eyes and brown hair." Early in 1775 he became first ensign of the first militia company, and was so recorded 15th Ag. 1776. In "a return of men and horses employed by Capt. Abel Marsh, in carrying four from Connecticut River to Batten Hill, for the use of the Northern Army," dated Oct. 13, 1775, appears the name of Oliver Kidder who is credited with ten days service with two horses, and 120 miles of travel for which there was due him the sum of L8. Oct. 24, 1778 he was appointed First Lieutenant of the Weathersfield Company. He acquired considerable property in and near Weathersfield, and after the War devoted himself principally to agricultural pursuits, although ever keenly interested in town and state affairs. He appears to have been an ardent churchman as evidenced by his activity in the small group of episcopalians who held occasional services ministered to by various clergymen of that denomination. In 1799 there apparently arose a crisis in their affairs when their Congregational brethren proposed that they give up their attempts to exist as a separate organization and join in a call to a new minister. On Nov. 29th of that year a "warning" was posted to the members of the Protestant Episcopal Church of Weathersfield, to meet at the house of Oliver Kidder on Dec. 4th next, "at one o'clock in the afternoon," there to consider the proposed union. The meeting was held, and a committee of thee was appointed and ordered to agree to the suggestion "provided the new minister should be ordained by the Episcopal bishop."

    Oliver married Eunice BURR Between 1768 and 1769, Columbia County, New York. Eunice (daughter of Gideon BURR and Eunice LOOMIS) was born 13 Oct 1744, Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut; died 23 Feb 1808, Weathersfield, Windsor Co., Vermont; was buried , Ascutneyville Cemetery, Ascutney, Windsor Co., Vermont . [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Eunice BURREunice BURR was born 13 Oct 1744, Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut (daughter of Gideon BURR and Eunice LOOMIS); died 23 Feb 1808, Weathersfield, Windsor Co., Vermont; was buried , Ascutneyville Cemetery, Ascutney, Windsor Co., Vermont .

    Other Events:

    • Death: 25 Feb 1808, Weathersfield, Windsor Co., Vermont

    Notes:

    Name:
    Inscription on Headstone:

    Age 63 yrs, 4 mo, 10 days
    Wife of Lieut. Oliver Kidder

    Children:
    1. Child KIDDER died , As an infant.
    2. Rhoda KIDDER was born 27 Feb 1770; died 27 Jan 1826.
    3. Oliver KIDDER, Jr. was born 06 Sep 1772, Weathersfield, Windsor Co., Vermont; died 27 Apr 1857, Fair Haven, Rutland County, Vermont; was buried , West Street Cemetery, Fair Haven, Rutland Co,. Vermont.
    4. Eunice KIDDER was born 17 Jul 1774, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA; died Aug 1791.
    5. Phoebe KIDDER was born 11 Feb 1777, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA; died 15 Aug 1817.
    6. Reuben KIDDER was born 30 Mar 1779, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA; died 09 Oct 1831, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA.
    7. Gideon KIDDER was born 15 Jul 1780, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA; died 24 Apr 1853, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA.
    8. Hannah KIDDER was born 22 May 1783, Wethersfield, Windsor Co., Vermont; died 14 Jan 1815, Hampton, Washington Co., New York; was buried , Hampton Flats Cemetery, Hampton, Washington Co., New York.
    9. 2. Moses KIDDER was born 19 May 1786, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA; died 20 Oct 1857, Wethersfield, Vermont.
    10. Belinda KIDDER was born 22 Dec 1787, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA; died 12 Mar 1855, Fair Haven, Vermont.

  3. 6.  Joseph SPAFFORD was born 04 Apr 1770, Wethersfield, Hartford Co. Connecticut; died 24 May 1831.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Son of Joseph Spofford and Mary Marble

    Joseph married Rachel WRIGHT 29 Nov 1789. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Rachel WRIGHT
    Children:
    1. 3. Roxanna SPAFFORD was born 02 Sep 1798, Weathersfield, Windsor, Vermont, USA.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Ephraim KIDDER was born 28 Feb 1716/17, Mansfield, Tolland County, Connecticut (son of James KIDDER and Mary ABBOTT); died Aft 1753.

    Notes:

    Name:
    Ephraim Kidder resided in Coventry until about 1750, when he and his family disappear from the records of the town. A deed recorded 19 Apr. 1753, describes him as of Nine Partners, Dutchess Co., New York, where his son Ephraim, Jr. is said to have been born, and perhaps the latter's two younger brothers, John and Stephen. Family records indicate that certain of his sons lived at New Marlboro, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts.

    Ephraim married Freedom BARNARD 26 Dec 1738/9, Coventry, Tolland Co., Connecticut . Freedom (daughter of Benoni BARNARD and Freedom ?) was born 08 Mar 1715, Coventry, Tolland Co., Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Freedom BARNARD was born 08 Mar 1715, Coventry, Tolland Co., Connecticut (daughter of Benoni BARNARD and Freedom ?).
    Children:
    1. Esther KIDDER was born 17 Jul 1739, Coventry, Tolland, Connecticut, USA.
    2. Anne KIDDER was born 22 Jan 1740/1, Coventry, Tolland Co., Connecticut.
    3. Phebe KIDDER was born 02 Oct 1742, Coventry, Tolland, Connecticut, USA.
    4. 4. Lieut. Oliver KIDDER was born 19 Dec 1743, Coventry, Tolland Co., Vermont; died 29 Nov 1812, Weathersfield, Windsor Co., Vermont; was buried , Ascutneyville Cemetery, Ascutney, Windsor Co., Vermont .
    5. Abel KIDDER was born 03 Feb 1744/5, Coventry, Tolland Co., Connecticut; died 13 Aug 1831, Kidder's Ferry, Seneca Co., New York.
    6. Chloe KIDDER was born 11 May 1747, Coventry, Tolland, Connecticut, USA; died 12 Mar 1803, New Lebanon, New York.
    7. Abigail KIDDER was born 29 Jul 1748, Coventry, Tolland, Connecticut, USA.
    8. Sarah KIDDER was born 19 Sep 1749, Coventry, Tolland, Connecticut, USA.
    9. Ephraim KIDDER was born Abt 1754, Nine Partners, New York; died 1836.
    10. John KIDDER died Aft 1749.
    11. Stephen KIDDER

  3. 10.  Gideon BURR was born 16 Nov 1715, Farmington, Connecticut (son of John BURR and Sarah ?); died Abt 1798.

    Gideon married Eunice LOOMIS 11 Nov 1742, Bloomfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. Eunice (daughter of Isaac LOOMIS and Hannah EGGLESTON) was born Between 23 Jan 1723 and 1724, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA; died 30 Aug 1746, Bloomfield, Hartford County, Connecticut. [Group Sheet]


  4. 11.  Eunice LOOMIS was born Between 23 Jan 1723 and 1724, Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, USA (daughter of Isaac LOOMIS and Hannah EGGLESTON); died 30 Aug 1746, Bloomfield, Hartford County, Connecticut.
    Children:
    1. Sarah BURR was christened 07 Sep 1746, Wintonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut.
    2. 5. Eunice BURR was born 13 Oct 1744, Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut; died 23 Feb 1808, Weathersfield, Windsor Co., Vermont; was buried , Ascutneyville Cemetery, Ascutney, Windsor Co., Vermont .
    3. Eunice BURR was born Jun 1743, Wintonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut; died 05 Jun 1743, Wintonbury, Hartford County, Connecticut.