The Genealogy of David L. Moody & Yvonne L. La Pointe. - Person Sheet
The Genealogy of David L. Moody & Yvonne L. La Pointe. - Person Sheet
NameGeorge SHELDON ®5256
Birth30 Nov 1818, Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA ®5256
Death23 Dec 1916, Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA
OccupationGraduate of Deerfield Academy ®5256
FatherSeth SHELDON (1787-1860)
MotherCaroline STEBBINS (1789-1865)
Misc. Notes
Farmer and author. ®5256
Birth29 Jul 1852, Bellows Falls, Windham County, Vermont, USA ®5258, ®5259, ®5260, ®5261
Death1938, Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA ®5256
OccupationTeacher of Natural Sciences ®5255
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FatherGeorge Albert ARMS (1815-1897)
MotherEunice Stratton MOODY (1816-1857)
Misc. Notes
On 1 June 1860 she was 7 years old and born in Vermont. She lived with George Arms and his family in Greenfield, Massachusetts. ®446 On 1 June 1870 she was a 17 year old student born in Massachusetts who lived with her family in Greenfield, Massachusetts. ®571 On 1 June 1880 she was a single 27 year old teacher of the natural sciences who boarded in Cambridge, Massachusetts with 75 year old Samuel Slocomb and his 32 year old adopted daughter Mary Stone. ®5255 In 1889 she was unmarried and lived in Greenfield. She was George Sheldon’s second wife when they married in 1897 in Boston. ®5256 On 1 April 1930 Jenny A. Sheldon was a 77 year old widow who owned her own home worth $10,000 on Old Deerfield Street in Deerfield, Massachusetts. Mary Buther, a 64 year old widowed maid born in Washington and Ella Blanchard, a 69 year old single maid born in Massachusetts lived with her. ®5262
A native of Bellows Falls, Vermont, Jennie Maria Arms Sheldon (1852-1938) grew up in Greenfield, Massachusetts, where her father owned a hardware store. After graduating from high school she went to Boston where she became associated with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Woman's Laboratory, and began teaching science at several Boston schools. A tireless researcher, she wrote articles on geology, botany, and zoology, and joined the museum staff of the Boston Society of Natural History. After her marriage to George Sheldon in 1897, she divided her time between Deerfield, Massachusetts, and Boston. She and her husband catalogued many of the collections in Deerfield's Memorial Hall Museum, where Mrs. Sheldon served as curator from 1913 until her death.”
Family ID3868
Marriage4 Nov 1897, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA ®5256
Birth24 Oct 1820, Dummerston, Windham County,Vermont, USA ®588
Death7 Oct 1881, Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, USA ®588
FatherJohn Foster STEARNS (1790-1872)
MotherCatherine ALEXANDER (1785-1855)
Misc. Notes
She was George’s first wife ®5256and had three children. ®588
Family ID10135
Marriage11 Jun 1844, Dummerston, Windham County,Vermont, USA ®5256, ®588
She was George’s first wife.
ChildrenSusan Arabella (1845-1888)
 John M. (1848-1929)
 Frank (1853-1859)
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Created 1 April 2018 by David L. Moody

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