Vicary b.1810 married Charlotte Caroline Cooke b. 1818, daughter of Michael
Cooke and Mary Wood of Langley Barton farm, parish of High Bickington,
north Devon. They emigrated from England circa 1860 to Stafford Township,
Genesee County in western New York. They had 9 children.
|Charlotte Mary Vicary||1841 - July 1916||Homer Kennedy|
|Margaret June||1843 - 6 Mar 1868||none|
|Thomas Cornish||1845 - 1921||Alma Sophrenia Marsh|
|Caroline Merrill||6 June 1848 - 19 Apr.1923||Edward Cooke|
|Annie Maria||1850||William Dallas Haight|
|Rebecca Newell||1854 - 14 Feb. 1856||none|
|Charles Newell Wood||1858 - 25 May 1921||Louise Haskins Bailey|
|George Merrill||1861 - June 1933||Belle Simmons|
Most of lived for a
time in Stafford. Thomas Cornish Vicary moved west to Colorado. Caroline
Merrill married her first cousin, Edward Cooke and moved west to Freeport,
Kansas. Charles Newell moved to Canton, Ohio to start a business. I believe
that the rest of the children stayed behind in New York.
Their graves have been located in Stafford cemetery. A link to their monument inscriptions will be place here in the future. One exception worth noting is Margaret June. She was a sickly child. It was felt that she could not survive the trans-Atlantic voyage. She stayed behind in England and lived with family there. She showed them and survived to become a young woman.
THE VICARY BIBLE
is the title page to the Vicary family bible.