Jerald Ray PITKIN
was born on 12 Jan 1959 in Forest City, Iowa. Parents:
Lawrence Charles PITKIN and Phyliss Lorrain Winkleman
Jerome PITKIN was born in 1830. Jerome lived in Schroon Lake, New York. Parents: Russell PITKIN and Clara Hosford (Horsford).
Jerusha PITKIN was born in 1736. She died on 1 Sep 1813. Parents: Caleb PITKIN and Dorothy HILLS.
She was married to Samuel Olmsted in 1856. Children were: Eunice Olmsted, Dorothy Olmsted, Jerusha Olmsted, Huldah Olmsted, Martha Olmsted, Samuel Olmsted, Elisha Olmsted, Russell Olmsted, Clemence Olmsted, Esther Olmsted, Mary Olmsted.
Jerusha PITKIN was born on 13 Feb 1818 in Marshfield, Vermont. She died on 9 Aug 1873. Jerusha and her family lived in Charlestown, Massachusetts. Parents: Hon. Stephen PITKIN and Damaris GOODWIN.
Jerusha PITKIN was born on 6 Jan 1837 in Marshfield, Vermont. She died on 15 May 1885 in Calais, Vermont. Parents: Edwin PITKIN and Olive DWINELL.
Jerusha PITKIN was born on 21 Jan 1736. She died on 16 Jul 1800. Jerusha married John Welles. Parents: Joseph PITKIN and Mary Lord.
Jerusha PITKIN was born on 22 Jan 1710. She died on 31 Jul 1799. Jerusha married Samuel Edwards, et al. Parents: William PITKIN and Elizabeth Stanley.
Jerusha PITKIN was born in 1762. She died on 18 Feb 1819. Parents: Col. George PITKIN and Jerusha Church.
Jerusha PITKIN was born on 20 Jan 1802. Jerusha married Dr. William Cooley. Parents: Timothy PITKIN and Jerusha PITKIN.
Jerusha F. PITKIN was born on 22 Mar 1826 in Marshfield, Vermont?. She died on 20 Oct 1833. Parents: Deacon Alfred PITKIN and Orpah Washburn.
Jessica Marie PITKIN was born on 3 Jul 1993 in Mason City, Iowa. Parents: Dennis Lee PITKIN and Jolene Sue Thompson.
Jessie E. PITKIN was born on 25 Jun 1883. Parents: Walter Soden PITKIN and Jessie C. Murphy.
Joan Marie PITKIN was born on 3 Mar 1961 in Andrews, Texas. Joan married James "Benney" Thompson (b. 1951) in 1979. They had two children; Joanna (b. 1979), and Crystal Marie (b. 1981). They lived in Andrews, Texas. Parents: Curtis Alan PITKIN and Luella Louise Rosendahl.
Joane PITKIN was born about 1626 in Berkhamsted, England. She was christened on 26 Sep 1626 in Berkhamsted, England. Parents: William PITKIN MP and Jane.
Joel M. PITKIN was born on 12 Jan 1860. Parents: Erastus PITKIN and Emily Barnes.
John PITKIN was born on 1 Jan 1895 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He died on 2 Feb 1895 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. This boy was called John by his brother Fred. Parents: Ozias Cornwall PITKIN and Olive Jane SEVERANCE.
John PITKIN was born in 1668 in East Hartford, Connecticut. He died in 1706. John was appointed selectman in Hartford in 1695, 1699, 1704, and 1713. Parents: William PITKIN and Hannah Goodwin .
John PITKIN was born in 1623 in Berkhamsted, England. He was christened on 19 Oct 1623 in St. Peters Church, Berkhamsted, England. Parents: William PITKIN MP and Jane.
John PITKIN was born in 1964. John was a computer programmer for Florida East Coast Railroad. He married Anita Chowfin, a library clerk at North Florida University. Her parents were born in North India and were of mixed Tibetan/Chinese and Indian heritage. First child born May, 1996. Parents: David J. PITKIN and Gail Burlett.
John PITKIN was born on 5 Jan 1761. He died on 1 Aug 1837. John married Rebecca Andrus. Parents: Ensign Caleb PITKIN and Damaris Porter.
Col. John PITKIN was born on 18 Dec 1707. He died on 5 Jun 1790. John was commissioned Captain in 1741, and made Lieutenant-Colonel of the First Regiment, raised for the expedition against Crown Point and Canada in 1755 under General Lyman. He served through the campaign with great credit to himself and honor to his country. He was for many years in the legislature, and was a petitioner for the establishment of East Hartford as an independant town in 1783. He was a deacon of the Third Church of Hartford from 1752 to 1790, thirty eight years. Parents: William PITKIN and Elizabeth Stanley.
John PITKIN was born on 18 Jul 1706. He died on 7 Sep 1706. Parents: William PITKIN and Elizabeth Stanley.
Capt. John PITKIN was born on 1 Aug 1748. He died on 27 Nov 1803. Capt. John Pitkin marched to the relief of Boston witdh Col. George Pitkin in 1775. He was commissioned Captain in 1785. Parents: Col. John PITKIN and Elizabeth Olcott.
He was married to Priscilla Hyde on 19 Oct 1794.
John PITKIN was born on 11 Oct 1931. He died on 23 Apr 1977. He was buried in Pilot Knob Cem., Hancock, Co, Iowa. John was a carpenter. He was injured in a construction accident which left him paralyzed. He lived in Bloomington, Minnesota. Parents: Barney Turel PITKIN and Anna Catherine Cook.
Rev. John PITKIN was born on 12 May 1794. John married Eliza Wilson. Parents: Stephen PITKIN and Abigail Buckland.
Capt. John PITKIN was born on 5 Oct 1777. He died on 24 Jul 1865. Capt. John Pitkin was commissioned Lieutenatnt in 1800, and Captain in 1801. He was Selectman in 1819, Representatived in 1826. He lived on the homestead of his grandfather, Col. John Pitkin, who built near the house of his father, the second William Pitkin. Parents: Capt. John PITKIN and Elizabeth Woodbridge.
John PITKIN was born on 7 Dec 1845. He died on 15 Oct 1850. Parents: John Owen PITKIN and Lucy Makens Merrow.
John B. PITKIN was born about 1904 in Vermont. John married Elizabeth Cullonen. They lived in Newton, Massachusetts. No children. Parents: William Dickerman PITKIN and Mabel L. Furson .
He was married to Elizabeth Cullonen about 1930.
John G. PITKIN was born on 6 Sep 1826. John recieved his education in the public schools of Poultney, and at the age of twenty-one removed to Fair Haven. He spent three years (1852-1855) in California. In 1855 he engaged in the grocery and provision business in which he continued for ten years, when he and his brother W.W. Pitkin, formed a partnership, under the firm name of Pitkin & Brother, to do a general hardware trade, in which enterprise they were successful. In politics, Mr. Pitkin was an ardent Republican. He held nearly all of the town offices, and filled them with credit to himself and honor to the town. In 1872 he represented Fair Haven in the state Legislature, also in 1886 and in 1892 was elected to the state Senate from Rutland County. He married Susan J. Howard, the daughter of Samuel and Marinda (Brown) Howard. They had one child, Hattie M. (Mrs. W.H. Childs) of New York City. Parents: Joseph PITKIN and Lucinda Smith.
John Owen PITKIN was born on 2 Dec 1803. He died on 21 May 1891. Mr. John O. Pitkin was one of the pioneers in the manufacture of solid silverware, having commenced this industry in 1826, and continuing in it until 1840, when he was succeeded by his brother, Walter Pitkin, who had been a partner since 1830. He was for many years a jeweler in Hartford, Conn. He was also interested in many other manufacturing enterprises in later life in Manchester, Mansfield, and Coventry, Conn. He was one of the Prudential Committee of the First Church in Hartford, and one of six teachers who formed the first Sabbath-school connected with that church in 1840. Residence, Providence, R. I. Parents: Capt. John PITKIN and Olive Forbes.
Jonathan Pitkin was born on 1 Mar 1697 in East Hartford, Connecticut. Parents: Roger Pitkin and Hannah Stanley.
Jonathan Pitkin Jonathan married Lucy Steele. Parents: Jonathan Pitkin and Rebecca Smith.
He was married to Lucy Steele in 1760. Children were: Roger Pitkin, Ezekiel Pitkin, Seth Pitkin, Selah Pitkin, Lucy Pitkin, Allen Pitkin, Infant Pitkin, Rebecca Pitkin, Mabel Pitkin, Allen Pitkin, Jonathan Pitkin, Elijah Pitkin.
Jonathan Pitkin was born on 24 Jul 1779. He died on 1 Sep 1869. Married Elizabeth Cummings, daughter of William Cummings of Rhode Island. Jonathan was a farmer in Pomfret, Vermont. Parents: Jonathan Pitkin and Lucy Steele.
Jorden Kenneth PITKIN was born on 3 Oct 1988 in Iowa City, Iowa. Parents: Kenneth Wayne PITKIN and Caroles ______.
Joseph PITKIN was born in 1696. He died in 1762. Col. Joseph Pitkin was Captain of the 3d militia company, east side, in 1738, and rose to Colonel of the 1st regiment in 1751. He was Justice of the Peace, Sheriff in 1726, and for twenty years represented the town in the General Assembly. He was Judge of the County Court in 1735. He was "musterer" of the company raised for the expedition against Crown Piont, commanded by his brother Col. John Pitkin. He was deacon of the Third Church of Hartford from 1748 till his death, fourteen years. He owned, with his brother, Gov. William, two large fulling mills at "Pitkin Falls." He built, in 1747, a rolling and iron slitting mill at the "Forge Falls." This industry was prohibited by British Parliament in 1750. Powder was manufactured here for the army during the Revolution. At its close, it was again run as an iron mill. He built in 1723, lived and died, in a house since known as the "Stuart House," near which he had a building for clothings. Parents: William PITKIN and Elizabeth Stanley.
Joseph PITKIN was born in 1729. He died in 1770. Parents: Joseph PITKIN and Mary Lord.
Joseph PITKIN was born on 3 Oct 1756. He died on 3 Jun 1805. At the age of nineteen Joseph joined the "minute-men" under Col. George Pitkin, and marched to the relief of Boston, in 1775. In settling an account with Martin Pitkin in February 1804, Joseph signed the book with a mark rather than a signiture. This could have been due to infirmity, however, as he died the following June. Joseph and Ruth had no children. Parents: Joseph PITKIN and Anne Hills.
He was married to Ruth PITKIN.
Joseph PITKIN was born on 7 Apr 1772. He died on 14 Mar 1838. Joseph married Clarissa Cheney. He was commissioned Captain in 1806; Major-Commandant in 1809. He was Representative in 1819. He commenced the manufacture of hats abaout 1800 and in 1807 was granted to him the first patent ever granted in this country on felt hats. The same patent covered a claim and grant to make cloth without yarn or warp (felt cloth). This was also the first patent ever granted on felts. This industry was carried on in a building on East Hartford Street, just north of the Hockanum bridge, and the hatting business was continued there for many years. Parents: Squire Elisha PITKIN and Hannah Buel Pitkin.
Joseph PITKIN was born on 6 Jul 1790. He died on 23 Mar 1861. Joseph was a farmer in Poultney, Vermont. Parents: Stephen PITKIN and Abigail Buckland.
Joseph A. PITKIN was born on 15 Sep 1825. He died on 17 Jul 1857. Joseph's death date is given on his grave stone in the Plainfield, Vt. village cemetery as 7/18/57, aged 34. Parents: Harvey PITKIN and Ruth Parker.
Joseph Case PITKIN was born on 26 Sep 1828. Joseph was the deputy sheriff in Sabula, Iowa in 1865. Parents: Deacon Alfred PITKIN and Orpah Washburn.
Joseph Chester PITKIN was born in 1784. He died in 1797. Parents: Capt. Richard PITKIN and Dorothy Hills.
Joseph H. PITKIN was born on 26 Nov 1853. Parents: Joseph Case PITKIN and Maria A. Hudson.
Joshua PITKIN was born in 1735 in East Hartford, Connecticut. He died on 23 Jun 1775 in East Hartford, Connecticut. Joshua lived on the Windsor road in East Hartford Center, across the road from the house of his brother Nathaniel, and next to the Olmsted Carriage shop. As there is no mention of Joshua in the merchantile history of East Hartford, it is likely that he was a farmer. He died when his children were young, and the oldest son, Martin, seems to have assumed some responsibility for the guardianship of the youngest son, Levi. All of Joshua's sons moved to Marshfield, Vermont before 1800, and three of them remained there. Although he never visited Marshfield, Joshua's family was prominent in the settling and early growth of that town. Parents: Caleb PITKIN and Dorothy HILLS.
He was married to Anna STANLEY in 1762 in East Hartford, Connecticut. Joshua and Anna were second cousins. Children were: Martin PITKIN, Joshua PITKIN, Levi PITKIN, Caleb PITKIN, Anna PITKIN, Hon. Stephen PITKIN, Levi PITKIN.
Joshua PITKIN was born on 11 Jul 1765 in East Hartford, Connecticut. He died on 24 Jun 1847 in Marshfield, Vermont. He was buried in Eaton Cemetery, Marshfield, Vermont. Joshua Pitkin came with his brother Stephen to Marshfield on March 1, 1795 with his wife and three children. He was appointed the first Justice of the Peace in town on August 23, 1799. The following March, he called the first town meeting which was held at his log house, on March 10, 1800, and continued on the 24th. He was elected auditor of accounts at this meeting. The following year, Joshua purchased from the school district one table for two bushels and two quarts of wheat, and one chair for three pecks, four quarts of wheat. In a 1796 petition to the Vermont Legislature, Joshua signed his name as the owner of 2000 acres in Marshfield, and also signed as 'Joshua Pitkin & Company,' (perhaps a partnership with his brother Stephen) the owner of another 2000 acres.
On September 24, 1803, Joshua raised a large two story house, and he commenced keeping a tavern there in 1805, the first public house in Marshfield. By 1807, he was sugaring, and when he began to tap his sugarplace on April 4 of that year, the snow was four and one-half feet deep. Also in that year, Joshua was elected selectman. In 1811, a flood flattened the grass in his meadows which would have made fifteen tons of hay.
Joshua kept a journal of his life and business which was last known to be in the possession of his daughter, Miss Anna Pitkin of Montpelier before she died in 1875. He was very lame late in life, and was killed by being run over by a loaded team when he was 82 years old. Parents: Joshua PITKIN and Anna STANLEY.
He was married to Ruth Case on 1 May 1788. Children were: Anna PITKIN , George PITKIN, Deacon Alfred PITKIN, Melinda PITKIN, Harry PITKIN, Dudley PITKIN, twin PITKIN, twin PITKIN, Melinda PITKIN, Orrin PITKIN, Sophia PITKIN, Ruth PITKIN, Joshua PITKIN.
He was married to Mrs. Thankful STORRS on 22 Jan 1824 in Marshfield, Vermont.
Joshua PITKIN was born on 22 Aug 1815 in Marshfield, Vermont. He died on 26 Jan 1880. Joshua lived in Oak Park, Illinois. Parents: Joshua PITKIN and Ruth Case.
Joshua F. PITKIN was born on 29 Aug 1850. He died on 31 Jul 1851. Parents: Joshua PITKIN and Caroline Hand.
Josiah PITKIN was born on 2 Sep 1823 in Marshfield, Vermont. He died on 28 Feb 1892 in Chelsea, Vermont. In 1850, Josiah was a farmer living in Chelsea with his wife Mary Gates in the home of her parents Luther and Jerusha Gates.
The 1860 census of Chelsea shows Josiah, occupation unlisted, living with wife Mary Corwin, children Josiah and Henry, and laborer Newman Flint (aged 21), and Olive Flint (aged 15).
At the time of the 1870 census, Josiah was a butcher in Chelsea, Vermont, living with Josiah, Arthur, Henry, George, and a housekeeper, Eliza Lane, aged 35.
At the time of the 1880 Chelsea census, Josiah was a farmer living with his wife Susie and son William. Parents: Edwin PITKIN and Olive DWINELL.
Josiah Everett PITKIN was born on 15 May 1853. He died on 22 Jan 1919 in Massachussetts. He was buried in Crystal Lake Cemetery, Gardner, MA. Josiah married Belle Fletcher. He was a provision dealer in Boston, Massachusetts.
In 1880 he worked in a meat market in Randolph Vermont, where he lived.
Boston City records show him living there as early as 1889. In 1893, the business Elwell & Pitkin was at 271 W. Chester Pk. In 1895 he was doing business as Elwell and Pitkin at 256 Mass Ave., living at 4 Hotel Westland. By 1900 the business had moved to 278 Mass Ave.
In 1908 he was doing business at the same address under the name Pitkin & Co.
The Boston census of 1900 and 1910 show him living with his wife Belle and mother in law Cordelia Fletcher.
Josiah and Belle had no children in their household in 1880 (three years after their marriage) nor in 1900. Parents: Josiah PITKIN and Mary M. Gates.
He was married to Belle A. Fletcher on 8 Dec 1877 in Randolph, Vermont.
Joy A. PITKIN was born on 17 Mar 1897. He died on 13 Jul 1969. Parents: Franklin PITKIN and Rosa Ellen Joy.