Jennie Bardeen
Contributed by Annette Campbell

Jennie Bardeen, was born September 17, 1846. Her father, Simeon Clark (son of 
Barnabas Clark-AC), was born in Genoa, Cayuga county, in 1820. He moved to Ohio,
then returned east and settled in Howard, where he died June 21, 1873. He
married Adaline Davy, who was born September 3, 1825. Jennie Bardeen was
educated in Hornellsville and July 30, 1865, she married George Bardeen, who was
born at Prattsburgh, August 11, 1834, and died February 1, 1892. He was a
carpenter by trade, but followed farming as a business, and had a farm of 100
acres, located on Big Creek (Rt. 70a between Bath and Hornell-AC). His father,
Lybbyna Bardeen (yes, it's spelled this way), was born in OTSEGO county, and
came to Pratttsburgh, thence to Kanona, and from there he located on a farm at
Big Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Bardeen had eight children; Minnie B., born November 26,
1866; Addie, born May 12, 1868; Myrtle born July 17, 1869 and died January 8,
1870; Lybbyna, born August 266, 1873; Earl, born April 14, 1875 and died June
12, 1876; DeAlton, born July 13, 1879; Leon, born September 25, 1881; and Glenn,
born April 21, 1885. Mr. Bardeen's first wife was Eliza Leonard, by whom he had
one child, William, who was born in Howard. From "Landmarks of Steuben County" by Hon. Harlo Hakes 1896. NOTE: This is part of my family.
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