CARLISLE ANNEX

 

Ella Sarah (Carlisle) Burdick Pedigree

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Origin of the surname “Carlisle:”

 

The Carlisle family came, originally, from Carlisle, Scotland. 

 

 

Generation

 

X   David Carlisle

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born .  Died .

 

2. Wife: Abigail Stowell

 

Born .  Died .

 

3. Children: (order uncertain)

 

a. : See generation 9, below.

 

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6   John Carlisle

 

A. Biographical Notes:

 

Born 1702 at Glasgow, Scotland.  Died Monmouth County, New Jersey.

 

Note: Carlisle family tradition held that the immigrant ancestor was David Carlisle, who married Abigail Stowell in New Jersey and resided in Somerset County, New Jersey was either the father or grandfather of William Carlisle, generation 5, below.

 

B. Wife: (?)

 

C. Children: (order uncertain)

 

1. Joseph Carlisle: Born 1731.

 

2. Robert Carlisle: Born about 1735.

 

3. William Carlisle: See generation 5, below.

 

Note: By one account, one or more of the immigrant's children moved to Pennsylvania and one or more of his children moved to Illinois.

 

5   William Carlisle

 

A. Biographical Notes:

 

Born 29 September 1737 at Freehold, Monmouth County, New York.  Died 24 October 1808 at Minaville, Montgomery County, New York.  Served as a Private in the New York Militia during the Revolutionary War, having registered from Middlesex County, New Jersey.

 

B. Wife #1: Hannah Taylor

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Married William Carlisle on 16 April 1764 in New Jersey.

 

2. Children:

 

a. Hannah Carlisle.

 

b. Samuel Carlisle.

 

c. Catherine Carlisle.

 

d. Robert Carlisle.

 

C. Wife #2: Tamar Lott

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Married William Carlisle in 1780 in New Jersey.

 

2. Children:

 

a. Lott Carlisle: Born 1780.

 

b. Elizabeth Carlisle: Born 1782.

 

c. Letitia Carlisle: Born 1785.

 

d. William W. Carlisle: Born 1787.

 

D. Wife #3: Elizabeth Anderson

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Daughter of James and Catherine (Lloyd) Anderson.  Married William Carlisle on 23 March 1789.

 

2. Children:

 

a. Lewis Carlisle: Born 15 November 1789 in New Jersey.  Died 25 January 1858 at Waterford, Wayne County, Michigan.  Married Mary Croul on 6 January 1811 at Throopsville, New York.

 

b. Joseph Carlisle: Born 1792.

 

c. William S. Carlisle: See generation 4, below.

 

4   Dr. William S. Carlisle, MD

 

A. Biographical Notes:

 

Born 20 October 1793 at South Amboy, New Jersey.  Died 24 March 1868.  Moved to Three Mile Bay, Lyme Township, Jefferson County, New York, where he practiced medicine and surgery.  For many years William was also Supervisor of Lyme Township, and from 1853 to 1854 was Supervisor of near-by Cape Vincent Township.

 

1860 US Census: William Carlisle, age 66 (b. NJ) and employed as a physician, was heading a household in Lyme Township (Cape Vincent PO), Jefferson County, New York.  His real estate was valued at $5,600 and his personal property was valued at $2,500.  The household also included his wife, Delia Carlisle, age 64 (b. NYS); daughter, Ada Carlisle, age 24 (b. NYS); and servant, Margaret Cary, age 23 (b. Canada).

 

1865 US Census: William Carlisle, age 70 (b. NJ) and employed as a physician, was heading a household in Lyme Township, Jefferson County, New York.  He owned 70 acres of improved and 37 acres of unimproved land.  The household also included his wife, Lydia Carlisle, age 68 (b. Montgomery Co., NY) and mother of 9; and daughter, Adeline M. Carlisle, age 26 (b. Montgomery Co., NY) and never married.

 

B. Wife: Lydia Shuler

 

Born 28 January 1796; daughter of John and Hannah (Buck) Shuler.  Married William S. Carlisle on 31 December 1818 at Minaville, Montgomery County, New York.

 

C. Children:

 

1. John Cady Carlisle: See generation 3, below.

 

2. Lewis Carlisle: Born 22 April 1822 (also seen: b. 1824).  Died 31 December 1850 at sea.  Was murdered on board ship while returning from California with gold he acquired there in the gold rush.

 

3. Anne Elizabeth Carlisle: Born 2 October 1823.  Died 10 August 1888.  Married Doctor Charles Parker of Three Mile Bay, Lyme Township, Jefferson County, New York.

 

4. David Carlisle: Born 1824/1825.  Died January 1883 in Idaho.  Married Hannah Beard, daughter of Robert C. and Unice J. (?) Beard, and had the following children: (order uncertain)

 

a. Hannah Carlisle: Born about 1858 in Jefferson County, New York.

 

1865 NYS Census: Hannah Carlisle, age 7 (b. Jefferson Co., NY), resided in the household headed by her grandfather, Robert C. Beard, age 51 (b. Montgomery Co., NY), father of 5, and employed as a farmer, in Lyme Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included Robert's wife, Unice J. Beard, age 53 (b. Montgomery Co., NY).

 

b. Adelaide Carlisle: Married Reverend E. F. Maine of Sandy Creek, Jefferson County, New York.

 

Note: by one account Adelaide was the daughter of William and Lydia (Shuler) Carlisle.

 

5. James A. Carlisle: Born 3 June 1827.  By one account died as an infant.  By another, James died 3 September 1874 at Little Valley, Cattaraugus County, New York.

 

3   John Cady Carlisle (photos)

 

A. Biographical Notes:

 

Born 24 February 1820 at Charleston, New Jersey (also seen: b. Montgomery Co., NY).  Died 28 June 1866, age 46, at Preble, Cortland County, New York.  Employed as a farmer.

 

1855 NYS Census: John C. Carlisle, age 35 (b. Montgomery Co., NY) and employed as farmer, was heading a household in Cape Vincent Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Pamelia F. Carlisle, age 40; son, William S. Carlisle, age 11; daughter, Ann F. Carlisle, age 6; son, Lewis Carlisle, age 4; daughter, Sarah E. Carlisle, age 10 months; hired hand, Benjamin Suell, age 18; and servant, Nancy Broadwell, age 14.

 

1865 NYS Census: John C. Carlisle, age 45 (b. Montgomery Co., NY) and employed as a farmer, was heading a household in Cape Vincent Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Amelia F. Carlisle, age 50 (b. Jefferson Co., NY) and mother of 6; son, William L. Carlisle, age 21, (b. Jefferson Co., NY), employed as a farmer, and had had a relationship with the US Army; daughter, Ann Y? Carlisle, age 16 (b. Jefferson Co., NY); son, Lewis F. Carlisle, age 13 (b. Jefferson Co., NY; daughter, Ella S./L. Carlisle, age 10 (b. Jefferson Co., NY; and son, James A. Carlisle, age 8 (b. Jefferson Co., NY).

 

B. Wife: Pamelia "Amelia" F. Waffle (photos)

 

Born 8 May 1815 in Jefferson County, New York, daughter of William and Mary (Baxter) Waffle.  Died 1892.  Named after her adopted paternal grandmother, Pamelia Brown, wife of Major General Brown, who founded Brownsville, New York.  Married John Cady Carlisle on 31 March 1842.  In or after 1872 resided with her son, Lewis F. Carlisle, and her daughter, Ella, at Auburn, Cayuga County, New York. 

 

C. Children:

 

1. William Shuler Carlisle: (more info)

 

a. Biographical Notes:

 

Born 16 July 1843 in Lyme Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Died 10 November 1907, age 64 years, 3 months, 25 days, at Dayton, Ohio; interred Brookside Cemetery, Watertown, Jefferson County, New York.  In 1861 William enlisted in Company M of the 10th New York Heavy Artillery and served throughout the Civil War.  He was an orderly to the colonel of his regiment and was at the Battle of Gettysburg.

 

Referred to as an "expert mechanic" in the employ of the Davis Sewing Machine Company of Watertown, Jefferson County, New York and moved with that company to Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio.  In that capacity, about 1906 he invented and patented an automatic lift and drop cabinet.  From 1874 to 75 William was Fire Chief at Dayton.

 

1870 U.S. Census: William S. Carlisle, age 27, was living in Watertown.  Other members of the household included his wife, Kate R., age 25; son, John B., age 4; son, Wayne M., age 2; and Eliz Burdick, age 72.

 

b. Wife: Catherine "Kate" Rose Delancy Burdick

(Para. C.2.a. of gen 3 of the Burdick Annex)

 

Catherine died 1888 from complications of tuberculosis after a long illness.  During the last year of Catherine's illness, William's sister, Ella Sarah Carlisle, moved to Watertown from Auburn, Cayuga County, New York (where she had been residing with her mother and brother, Lewis H.) to help William care for his four sons.  It was during this visit that Ella met her eventual husband, Wayne Watson Burdick, who was Catherine's half brother.

 

c. Children:

 

(1. John Nelson Carlisle: (more info) Born 1866.  Married Carrie Waffle Brown, his second cousin (Para. C.8.a. of generation 4 of the Waffle Annex) and resided at Watertown, Jefferson County, New York, where John was employed as an attorney and politician, including as New York State Commissioner of Highways.

 

1900 U.S. Census: John W. Carlisle, age 33 (b. Aug 1866), was heading a household on Keyes Street in Watertown, New York.  Other members of the household included his wife, Carrie, age 29 (b. Mar 1871); their daughter, Catherine, age 5 (b. Oct 1894); and John's brother, Floyd, age 19 (b. Mar 1881).

 

John and Carrie Carlisle had the following daughter:

 

(a. Catherine Candace Carlisle.

 

(2. Wayne Burdick Carlisle: Born 1868.  Died 1897 from complications of tuberculosis while residing in Montana.  Was employed as private secretary to Governor Roswell P. Flower of New York State.

 

(3. Lewis William Carlisle: (photos) Born 12 March 1878.  Fought in the Spanish American War, during which he was killed on San Juan Hill by a sniper bullet at the battle of Santiago, Cuba on 2 July 1898.  Had the largest funeral ever held in Watertown, New York.

 

(4. Floyd Leslie Carlisle: (photos) Born 5 March 1881.  Died 9 November 1942.  Was a banker, financier, and junior partner in J.P. Morgan and Company.  Owned the St. Regis Paper Mills.  At his death in 1942 Floyd was Chairman of the Board of the Consolidated Edison Company and served on numerous other corporate boards.  He left an estate valued at more than ten million dollars.

 

1900 U.S. Census: Floyd, age 19 (b. Mar 1881), was living with his brother, John on Keyes Street in Watertown, New York.

 

Married Edna May Rogers (photos) (b. 19 May 1882, d. 11 Feb 1953) and had the following children: (order uncertain)

 

(a. Adele Carlisle.

 

(b. Floyd Leslie Carlisle, Jr.

 

(c. Catherine "Kate" Carlisle.

 

(d. John William Carlisle: Married Lee Stephenson, who before marriage was employed as a model and Broadway chorus girl, and had the following children:

 

(1) Candace "Candy" Lovell Carlisle: Married Warren August Rasmussen (subsequently divorced) and had the following daughter:

 

(a) Lise Lovell Rasmussen: Has an interest in family history; inherited the papers and photos of Floyd Leslie Carlisle.  Married Robert Russell Simring and had the following daughter:

 

[1. Ella Carlisle Simring: Born about 2001.

 

(2) Jonathan Rogers Carlisle.

 

2. Victoria Adelaide Carlisle: Born 25 December 1845 in Lyme Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Died as an infant about 1845.

 

3. Anna/Ann Florence Carlisle: Born 19 March 1849 in Lyme Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Died 27 April 1930.  Married Perry Simeon Haynes (who moved to Preble, Cortland Co., NY as a young boy) on 12 November 1867 and had the following children:

 

a. Katherine Haynes: Married (?) Knapp.

 

b. Lavinia Haynes: Married (?) Page.

 

4. Lewis H./F. Carlisle: (photos)

 

Born 1 November 1851 in Lyme Township, Jefferson County, New York.  Died 14 April 1899 at Richmond, Indiana.  Moved from Preble, New York (south of Syracuse on I-81) to Auburn, Cayuga County, New York (N. end of Cayuga Lake) about 1872, where he owned a shirt factory at 63 State Street.  The firm employed more than 25 workers and produced tailored shirts for men.  His mother and sister, Ella, lived with him.

 

Lewis invented a rope fire escape, but during the first demonstration, he fell more than 20 feet, injuring his left leg to the extent that it had to be amputated.  After the shirt factory, Lewis was Assistant Warden at Auburn State Prison (which was 1st built in 1800) for several years and was State Chairman for the Democratic Party.  After the death of his mother in 1892, Lewis married (?) and moved to Richmond, Indiana, where he died.  By one account that marriage was unhappy.

 

5. Ella Sarah Carlisle: See generation 2, below.

 

6. James Anderson Carlisle: Born 13 October 1856 at Cape Vincent, Jefferson County, New York.  Died 1874, age 18, from complications of spinal meningitis at Little Falls, Herkimer County, New York (on State Route 5 in the Mohawk River Valley, about mid-way between Syracuse and Albany).

 

2   Ella Sarah Carlisle

 

Born 3 August 1854 at Cape Vincent, Jefferson County, New York.  Died 14 November 1929.  Married Wayne Watson Burdick, generation 2 of the Burdick Annex on 12 June 1889 at Auburn, Cayuga County, New York.

 

See Burdick Annex for More Info

 

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Other, still unidentified, Carlisle names:

 

1. Phlander Carlisle: Born about 1820 in Massachusetts.

 

1865 NYS Census: Phlander Carlisle, age 45 (b. MA) and employed as a laborer, was heading a household in Alexandria Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Sarah A. Carlisle, age 35 (b. MA) and mother of 3; daughter, Sarah A. Carlisle, age 7 (b. MA); son, Charles D. Carlisle, age 5 (b. Jefferson Co., NY); and daughter, Minie E. Carlisle, age 3 years and 1 month (b. Jefferson Co., NY).

 

2. Frank C. Carlisle: Born about 1859.

 

1910 US Census: Frank C. Carlisle, age 51 (b. NYS, parents b. MA), was heading a household in Theresa Township, Jefferson County, New York.  The household also included his wife of 22 years, Minnie Carlisle, age 44 (b. English Canada, as were her parents) and mother of 8, 6 of whom were still living; son, Leslie E. Carlisle, age 21; son, Lawrence H. Carlisle, age 17; son, Brayton C. Carlisle, age 10; son, Eugene W. Carlisle, age 8; daughter, Jennie A. Carlisle, age 6; and son, Arthur P. Carlisle, age 4.  (ref 35gi)

 

 

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