|Posted By:||Jack Cady|
|Subject:||The Sons of Nicholas Cady's Sons.|
|Post Date:||June 23, 2012 at 16:14:56|
|Forum:||Connecticut Genealogy Forum|
It is said that many New England towns were established by, "...The ineviable three brothers" Joseph, Nicholas and Daniel Cady, sons of our oldest known ancestor, Nicholas.
Does anyone know if all of the male children of these three brothers have been found and documented? Are there any of the Nicholas line (before about 1820) that has not been researched?
I am trying to find parents or siblings for a Haziel Cady, born in Conneticut or Rhode Island in 1809. I say CT or RI because he reported his birth-sate variously over the years.
He married Lucetta Converse, b. CT 1811.
I have been told that they are first found in Almond, Allegany, NY in 1828 recording the birh of their first child, Charles A. Cady - though I have yet to find this.
The oldest document that I can confirm is the 1835 State Census of Starkey Township, Yates Co., NY.
I just feel like there must be a connection to Nicholas, but I have no evidence.