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Origin of the surname “Smalley:”

 

 

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4   John Smalley

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born about 1806 in New York.

 

1850 US Census: John Smalley, age 44 (b. in NYS) and employed as a laborer, was heading a household in Bedford Township, Westchester County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Louisa Smalley, age 43 (b. NYS); son, Stephen Smalley, age 19 (b. NYS) and employed as a clerk; son, Merritt Smalley, age 16 (b. NYS) and employed as a farmer; daughter, Elizabeth Smalley, age 13 (b. NYS); son, William J. Smalley, age 5 (b. NYS); son, Andrew J. Smalley, age 2; and Clarissa Lynch, age 63.

 

1860 US Census: John Smalley, age 55 (b. NYS) and employed as a farm laborer, was heading a household in Bedford Township, Westchester County, New York.  His personal property was valued at $150.  The household also included his wife, Louisa Smalley, age 53 (b. NYS); son, Merritt Smalley, age 26 (b. NYS); daughter, Elizabeth Smalley, age 33 [should be 23] (b. NYS); son, William Smalley, age 16 (b. NYS); son, Andrew Smalley, age 13 (b. NYS); and Mary Kinch, age 77 (b. NYS).

 

1870 US Census: John Smalley, age 63 (b. NYS) and employed as a farmer, was heading a household in New Castle Township (Mount Kisco PO), Westchester County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Louisa Smalley, age 63 (b. NYS); son, William K. Smalley, age 26 (b. NYS) and employed as a farm laborer; and son, Andrew J. Smalley, age 22 (b. NYS) and employed as a farmer.

 

1880 US Census: John Smalley, age 73 (b. NYS; parents b. NYS) and employed as a shoemaker, was heading a household in the Village of Mount Kisco, Bedford Township, Westchester County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Louisa Smalley, age 73 (b. NYS; parents b. CT).

 

2. Wife: Louisa Johnson

 

Born about 1807 in New York.

 

3. Children: (order uncertain)

 

a. Stephen Smalley: Born about 1831 in New York.

 

b. Merritt Smalley: Born about 1834 in New York.

 

c. Elizabeth A. Smalley: Born about 1838 in New York.  Married Charles S. Hitchcock, perhaps son of Sarah (?) Hitchcock.

 

1870 US Census: Charles S. Hitchcock, age 35 (b. NYS) and employed as a painter, was heading a household in Catskill Township, Greene County, New York.  The household also included his wife, Elizabeth Hitchcock, age 32 (b. NYS); son, Dewitt Hitchcock, age 8 (b. NYS); son, Lawrence Hitchcock, age 5 (b. NYS); Sarah Hitchcock, age 71 (b. NYS); and Sarah Schultz, age 30 (b. NYS) and employed as a tailoress.

 

d. William K. Smalley: See generation 3, below.

 

e. Andrew J. Smalley: Born about 1848 in New York.

 

3   William K. Smalley

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born February 1844 in New York.  Died 1933; interred Oakwood Cemetery, Mount Kisco Township, Westchester County, New York.  Moved his family from Atchison to Dansville, Kansas.

 

1880 US Census: William K. Smalley, age 36 (b. NYS; parents b. NYS) and employed as a stenographer, was heading a household on North 6th Street in Atchison City, Atchison County, Kansas.  The household also included his wife, Lucy J. Smalley, age 28 (b. MA; parents b. MA); and boarder, Sarah W. Talcot, age 28 (b. CT; parents b. CT), single, and employed as a school teacher.

 

1895 KS Census: W. K. Smalley, age 50 (b. NYS) and employed as a farmer, was heading a household in Mount Pleasant Township, Atchison County, Kansas.  The household also included his wife, Lucia Smalley, age 42 (b. MA); son, Orton Smalley, age 14 (b. KS); daughter, Katie Smalley, age 13 (b. KS); daughter, Sarie Smalley, age 9 (b. KS); son, Emerson Smalley, age 7 (b. KS); daughter, Mary Smalley, age 5 (b. KS); and son, Merwin Smalley, age 3 (b. KS).  W. K. and Lucia moved to Kansas from Vermont.

 

1900 US Census: William K. Smalley, age 56 (b. Feb 1844 NYS; parents b. NYS), married, and employed as a bookkeeper, was boarding in the household headed by A. D. Adham, age 62 (b. NH) at 102 Pembroke Street in the City of Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.  He had been married 20 years.  

 

1910 US Census: William K. Smalley, age 65 (b. NYS; father b. NYS; mother b. CT), with no occupation recorded, was heading a household at 48 William Street in the Village of Dansville, Dansville Township, Livingston County, Connecticut.  The household also included his wife of 32 years, Lucy J. Smalley, age 57 (b. MA; father b. MA; mother b. CT), who had had 6 children, all still alive; daughter, Mary F. Smalley, age 19 (b. KS) and single, with no occupation recorded; son, Merwin N. Smalley, age 17 (b. KS) and single, with no occupation recorded; 10 lodgers and a servant.

 

1917 Connecticut Military Census: William K. Smalley, age 74 (height: 5'8"; weight: 150 lbs) and married, with 2 dependents, resided at RFD New Canaan, Fairfield County, Connecticut.  He had had no military experience.

 

1920 US Census: No record found.

 

1930 US Census: William K. Smalley, age 85 (b. NYS; parents b. NYS), with no occupation recorded, was heading a household on Wahackma Road in New Canaan Township, Fairfield County, Connecticut.  His real estate was valued at $25,000 and he was married 1st at age 34.  The household also included his wife, Lucy J. Smalley, age 77 (b. MA; father b. MA; mother b. CT), who was married 1st at age 26; and sister, Elizabeth A. Hitchcock, age 92 (b. NYS; parents b. NYS) and widowed.

 

2. Wife: Lucy A. Johnson

 

Born December 1851 in Massachusetts; daughter of Emerson and Frances L. (Brown) Johnson.  Died 1935; interred with William.  Married William Smalley about 1878.  Lucy’s mother was a close friend of Clara Barton, founder of the Red Cross.

 

1860 US Census: James Johnson, age 81 (b. MA), with no record of employment, was heading a household in Sturbridge Township, Worcester County, Massachusetts.  His real estate was valued at $1,200, and his personal property was valued at $6,000.  The household also included his son, Emerson Johnson, age 47 (b. MA) and employed as a farmer, whose real estate was valued at $3,500 and personal property was valued at $300; daughter-in-law, Frances B. Johnson, age 37 (b. MA); grandson, J. A. Johnson, age 20 (b. MA) and employed as a farmer; granddaughter, Catharine Johnson, age 19 (b. MA); granddaughter, Hannah H. Johnson, age 16 (b. MA); granddaughter, Mary F. Johnson, age 10 (b. MA); granddaughter, Lucy A. Johnson, age 8 (b. MA); and Horatio T. Scott, age 25 (b. MA), with no record of employment.

 

1870 US Census: Emerson Johnson, age 57 (b. MA) and employed as a farmer, was heading a household in the Village of Dansville, Livingston County, New York (perhaps under the same roof as the household headed by James Jackson, age 30 (b. NYS) and employed as a publisher, as well as the single-person household headed by Harriet Austin, age 25 (b. CT) and employed as a physician).  Emerson's real estate was valued at $6,000, and his personal property was valued at $13,000.  The household also included his wife, Fanny Johnson, age 47 (b. CT); and daughter, Lucy Johnson, age 18 (b. MA).  It appears the household may also have included 2 domestic servants and a nurse.

 

1900 US Census: Lucy J. Smalley, age 48 (b. Dec 1851 in MA; father b. MA; mother b. CT), was enumerated as a wife (no head recorded) in The Jackson Sanatorium, Dansville Township, Livingston County, New York.  Lucy had been married 22 years and had had 6 children, all still alive.  The household also included her son, Orton, age 19 (b. Oct 1880 in KS; father b. NYS; mother b. MA), single, with no occupation recorded; daughter, Katharine E. Smalley, age 18 (b. Mar 1882 in KS; father b. NYS; mother b. MA), single, with no occupation recorded; daughter, Sarah L. Smalley, age 14 (b. Jul 1885 in KS; father b. NYS; mother b. MA); son, Emerson J. Smalley, age 12 (b. Aug 1887 in KS; father b. NYS; mother b. MA); daughter, Mary F. Smalley, age 9 (b. Jun 1890 in KS; father b. NYS; mother b. MA); and son, Merwin N. Smalley, age 7 (b. Aug 1892 in KS; father b. NYS; mother b. MA).

 

3. Children: (order uncertain)

 

a. Orton Smalley: See generation 2, below.

 

b. Katherine "Katie" Elizabeth Smalley: (more info) Born March 1882 n Kansas.  Married Frederick "Fred" Earl Clark, son of Edward P. and Harriet E. (Keehle) Clark, on 1 January 1909 in Livingston County, New York.  Fred was a physician who practiced medicine in Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence County, New York.  Brought the orphaned infant, who was eventually named Philip Clark Smalley, generation 1, below, to the attention of his adoptive parents.

 

c. Dr. Sarah L. Smalley: Born July 1885 in Kansas.  Married (?) Prince and resided at Westwood, New Jersey.

 

d. Emerson J. Smalley: Born August 1887 in Kansas.

 

e. Mary F. Smalley: Born June 1890 in Kansas.  Resided at Westwood, New Jersey.  Not married in 1965.

 

f. Merwin "Tad" N. Smalley: Born August 1892 in Kansas.  Married Hertha C. Luellemann, sister of Irma Luellemann (gen 2, below) and resided at Westwood, New Jersey.  Merwin and Hertha had the following son:

 

(1. Peter Smalley: In 1956 resided at Morristown, New Jersey.

 

2   Orton Smalley (photos) (more info)

 

1. Biographical notes:

 

Born 18 October 1880 at Atchison, Atchison County, Kansas.  Died Sunday, 18 July 1965 (age 84) at Edward John Noble Hospital, Gouverneur, St. Lawrence County, New York, where he had been a patient for 6 weeks; his remains were cremated and sent to Central Square, New York.  Graduated from Dansville High School, Dansville, Livingston County, New York.  Veteran of World War I; registered for draft in Fairfield County, Connecticut, when he resided at New Canaan.  Studied mineral assaying (determining the content and characteristics of ore) in Canada.  For 28 years was employed as a chemist for the W. H. Loomis Talc Company and the International Talc Company.  Was also a volunteer federal weather observer for 40 years, retiring 31 March 1963.  Resided at 172 Rock Island Street, Gouverneur, St. Lawrence County, New York.  Was single and employed as a carpenter in February 1917.

 

1900 US Census: Orton Smalley, age 19 (b. Oct 1880 in KS, father b. NYS; mother b. MA) and single, with no record of employment, resided in the household that included his mother and siblings in the The Jackson Sanatorium in Danville Township, Livingston County, New York. (see above)

 

1910 US Census: Of possible interest, Smalley (first name not recorded), age 30 (b. NYS; parents b. NYS), single, and employed as a stenographer for an electric works, resided as a roomer at 785 State Street in the City of Schenectady, Schenectady County, New York.  Apparently was not available to be enumerated.

 

1918 WWI Draft Registration: Orton Smalley, age 37 (b. 18 Oct 1880) and employed as a farmer for Irving Roe, resided at Rural Free Delivery 50, New Canaan, Fairfield County, Connecticut.  He designated his father, W. K. Smalley of the same address as his nearest relative.

 

1920 US Census: No record found.

 

1930 US Census: Orton Smalley, age 49 (b. KS; father b. NYS; mother b. MA) and employed as a chemist for a talc manufacturer, was heading at 74 Park Street in the Village of Gouverneur, Gouverneur Township, St. Lawrence County, New York.  He married 1st at age 43.  The household also included his wife, Irma L. Smalley, age 38 (b. MI; father b. Germany; mother b. MI), who had married 1st at age 32; and son, Philip C. Smalley, age 2 (b. NYS; parents b. NYS).

 

1940 US Census: Orton Smalley, age 59 (b. KS) and employed as a chemist for a talc (ground rock) manufacturer, was heading a household in Gouverneur Township, St. Lawrence County, New York.  His house was valued at $6,000 and he had completed 2 years of college.  He lived in Gouverneur Township in April 1935.  The household also included his wife, Irma Smalley, age 48 (b. MI); and son, Philip C. Smalley, age 11 (b. NYS).

 

2. Wife: Irma C. Luellemann (photos)

 

Born 29 September 1891 in Connecticut, daughter of Christian and Martha L. (?) Luelleman.  Married Orton Smalley on 2 June 1923 in New Canaan Township, Fairfield County, Connecticut.

 

1900 US Census: Christian Lulleman, age 47 (b. 30 Oct 1852 in Germany; parents b. Germany) and employed as a physician, was heading a household at 112 Fifth Street in the City of Saginaw, Saginaw County, Michigan.  He immigrated to the US in 1878.  The household also included his wife of 9 years, Martha L. Lulleman, age 33 (b. 15 Jan 1867 in MI; father b. Germany; mother b. Bohemia), who had had 3 children, all still alive; daughter, Irma C. Lulleman, age 8 (b. 29 Sep 1891 in MI); daughter, Hertha C. Lulleman, age 7 (b. 21 Oct 1892 in MI); and son, Veto? A. [Adolph] Lulleman, age 3 (b. 8 Jun 1896 in MI).

 

1910 US Census: Irma C. Luelleman, age 18 (b. MI; father b. Germany; mother b. MI), single, and not employed, resided as a lodger in the household headed by Theodore Schwartz, age 55 (b. Germany; parents b. Germany) and employed as a policeman in the City of Saginaw, Saginaw County, Michigan.  Among others, the household also included Irma's sister, Hertha K. Luelleman, age 17 (b. MI; father b. Germany; mother b. MI), single, and not employed.

 

3. Adopted child:

 

a. Philip Clark Smalley: See generation 1, below.

 

1   Philip Clark Smalley

 

Born 9 April 1928 at Massena, St. Lawrence County, New York.  Adopted by Orton and Irma C. (Luellemann) Smalley of Gouverneur, St. Lawrence County, New York.  Died 1 October 1994.  Married Agnes Noresta Drake, descendant #6 of generation 12 of the Descendants of Almond Henry Drake on 28 July 1956.

 

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