Jemima Calkins

(9 October 1758 - 11 June 1816)

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Relationship5th great-grandmother of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Ohlheiser
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Ohlheiser Family Pedigree
FatherDavid Calkins (28 Feb 1736 - )
MotherJemima Wright (c. 1740 - )

Birth - Marriage - Death

ChildJemima Calkins was born on 9 October 1758, in Oblong, Dutchess Co., New York.1,2
BrideJemima Calkins married Thomas Treat, son of Timothy Treat and Ruth Hamlin, circa 1782.1,3
DeceasedShe died on 11 June 1816 in Aurora, Erie Co., New York, at the age of 57.1,2,4
InterredShe was buried in Griffins Mills, Aurora, Erie Co., New York.4

Children with Thomas Treat:

Sources - Citations

  1. [S350] John Harvey Treat, The Treat Family: A Genealogy of Trott, Tratt, and Treat; for Fifteen Generations, and Four Hundred Years in England and America; Containing More Than Fifteen Hundred Families in America (Salem, Massachusetts: The Salem Press Publishing & Printing Company, 1893), ppg. 53, 54.
  2. [S898] H. Franklin Andrews, The Hamlin Family : A Genealogy Of James Hamlin Of Barnstable Massachusetts : Eldest Son Of James Hamlin, The Immigrant, Who Came From London, England, And Settled In Barnstable, 1639 : 1639-1902 (Exira, Iowa: The Author, 1902), pg. 228 - date.
  3. [S898] H. Franklin Andrews, The Hamlin Family, pg. 228 - date and place.
  4. [S210] Find A Grave, online at; Photographs and data are submitted by volunteer members - Text only data should be confirmed by additional sources.
  5. [S898] H. Franklin Andrews, The Hamlin Family, pg. 229 - date.
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