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Mary Kenyon Maxson Babcock, with her granddaughter, Frances Babcock, whose mother had died in childbirth.


The house in Little Genesee, NY where Mary lived as a young woman.

 


 

 

Our grandmother (Agnes Kenyon Clarke Bond) with her sister (Dora Kenyon Degen Norwood) and their mother (Mary Veola Babcock Kenyon), and HER mother, Mary Kenyon Maxson Babcock.

 


David and Mary (Kenyon) Maxson, great-great-great-grandparents of G. Douglas Clarke and Carol M. Clarke

 


 

Martin Wilcox Babcock and Mary Kenyon (Maxson) Babcock, great-great grandparents of G. Douglas Clarke and Carol M. Clarke

 


 

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Brothers Forrest and DeWane Babcock, sons of of Martin Wilcox Babcock and Mary Kenyon Maxson Babcock.

 


 

 

Stephen Maxson, M.D.

 


 

 

The house at 33 South Main Street in Alfred, built by Alpheus Burdick Kenyon and his father-in-law, Martin Wilcox Babcock, in 1873 and 1874.

 


 

From G. Douglas Clarke- These are Martin Wilcox Babcock's tools.  He is our great-great-grandmother Mary's husband who, along with his son-in-law Alpheus Burdick Kenyon, built the family home at 33 South Main Street in Alfred.  It has been a two-family residence since it was built.  Each tool is stamped with his initials, M.W.B.

 

Our thanks to G. Douglas Clarke & Carol M. Clarke for providing the photographs & transcriptions for this article. 

 

 

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