1860's Sarah Harthan Booth CDV Photo, daughter Rev. Jonas Glazier
#705 Booth & Glazier Genealogy:
On reverse: "Mrs. Sarah Glazier Booth" is handwritten in old period pencil. Photo type: Civil War era CDV carte de visite Photograph. Photographer: Unmarked, Unknown. The same handwriting is found on another Booth family photo found with this here.
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Sarah Harthan Glazier Booth 1820-1895 was born in Spencer, Worcester County, Massachusetts and died circa 1895 in Napoli, Cattauragus County, New York at approximately age 75. She is buried in the North Napoli Cemetery, Cattaraugus County, New York.
Her Father: Reverend Jonas Glazier 1794-1856
Her Mother: Sally Goodenow born 1795, also seen as Sally Goodnow.
Perces Glazier 1822–1901
Joseph Emmons Glazier 1825–1850
Henrietta M Glazier, born 1831
Lavina Glazier, 1836–1870
Marian Glazier or Mary Ann Glazier 1817-1891, also seen as Martha Glazier
Her husband: Daniel Booth 1815-1892, they married in 1843 in Napoli, Cattaraugus County, New York. Daniel was born about 1815 in Caroline Turnpike, Tompkins County, New York and died about 1892 in Napoli, Cattauragus County NY at age 77. Buried in North Napoli Cemetery, Cattaraugus County NY.
Father: William Booth 1785–1858, born in Middleborough, MA. He was a Veteran of the War of 1812, and came to Napoli, New York after the war.
Mother: Sarah Sally Ashley Booth 1785-1877 born Salem, MA and died in Whiteside County, Illinois at 91.
Ashley Booth 1806–1885, married to Mary Foy Booth 1811–1871
Phoebe J Booth 1808–1881, died at age 5
Alden Booth (1811–1894) click to see his photo, wife: Marian or Mary Ann "Martha" Glazier 1817-1891, her sister
William Booth 1813–1881, married Phebe Aurelia Fuller Booth 1823–1911
Daniel Booth 1820–1892, her husband
Lyman Booth 1821–1910, married Alice Melvina Bushnell Booth 1825–1852
George Washington Booth 1825–1895, married Nancy Bemis Booth 1825–1892, he is also seen as George W. Booth in records.
Orlando S. Booth 1844–1911, married Emma Jane Shannon Booth 1847–1948. He is listed as a "cheese maker" in the 1880 US census.
Marcus D. Booth 1847–1919, Marcus Booth, married Delphine Sibley Booth 1855–1922
Milana J. Booth, born 1851, no further info found past age 9
Watson E. Booth 1852–1918, married Elizabeth Jane Thackabery Booth 1856–1921 and known as Watson Booth in census.
Frank H. Booth, born 1858, married Amelia Champlin Booth 1852–1934, known as Franklin Booth or Frank Booth in records.
Cattaraugus County Town of Napoli Civil War Veterans, From Book: "The History Of Napoli, NY" By Ella Sibley, 1920:
1. Daniel Booth, Private 9th NY Cavalry, Co. E (CO. E 9th N.Y.C.V.)
2. Orlando S. Booth Private 9th NY Cavalry (Orlando Booth)
3. Howard A. Booth Private 13th NY (This Booth family was in Napoli NY, unknown relation to this Booth family, but most likely related)
Daniel Booth in the U.S. Civil War Soldiers Index, 1861-1865
Regiment State, Origin: New York
Regiment: 9th Regiment, New York Cavalry
Rank In & Out: Private
Daniel and Sarah are both buried at the Pigeon Valley Cemetery (Also known as: the North Napoli Cemetery) in Cattaraugus County, New York. The town of Napoli is located in the western half of the county, northwest of Salamanca NY.
This photo was found in Virginia Beach, Virginia together with a photo of her brother in law: Alden Booth 1811-1894, found here. Her photo is somewhat light in tone, we have brought up the definition in scans. This is a beautiful and rare one of a kind photo of this old American Booth family. This surname is also seen spelled as "Glazer" in genealogy records.
CLICK HERE to see a photo of her brother Alden, found together.
Size: 2.5 x 4 inches
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