Calvin Stid

Calvin Stid was born in DELAWARE county NY, November 26, 1817, son of Frederick and 
Lydia (Price) Stid, he a native of Delaware county, NY, and she of New Jersey,
and they came to CAYUGA county, NY at an early date, and in 1854 located in
Tuscarora (STEUBEN county-AC), where he died in 1855, and his wife in May, 1874.
Calvin Stid was reared on a farm and educated in the common schools, and
followed farming in Cayuga county until 1854, when he removed to Tuscarora and
purchased a farm of 100 acres, where he now resides. He has added to this
purchase until he now has 184 acres. In politics he is a Democrat. June 27,
1875, he married Elizabeth Newman, daughter of Archibald and Polly (Baxter)
Manley. The grandfather of Mrs. Stid, George Manley, was one of the first
settlers coming from England. The maternal grandfather of Mrs. Stid was William
Baxter, who was born in OTSEGO county and came to Tuscarora at an early day,
where he died. Archibald Manley died July 28, 1879, and his wife in December,
1871. To Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Stid have been born one daughter, Beatrice, who is
the wife of Alfred Oakden, and they have two children; Leo S. and Luretta M. From "Landmarks of Steuben County" by Hon. Harlo Hakes 1896
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