Stamford, CT Families (1641-1935)

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  • ID: I55109
  • Name: Edwin Chase Hoyt
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 05 MAR 1873 in New York, NY
  • Burial: 418-29 Woodland Cemetery, Stamford, CT
  • Death: 1954
  • Note:
    Source: Washington Post, April 29, 1910
    The wedding of Edwin C. Hoyt to Miss Maria Louisa Moran, daughter of Amedee Depau Moran at the Church of the Incarnation on Long Island NY, with a small reception at the Moran house, 46 East Fifty-third Street. Franklin Chase Hoyt was his brother's best man, and the ushers were Gilbert Francklyn and Horace Chase Stebbins, the bridegroom's cousins

    Father: William Sprague Hoyt b: 01 JAN 1847 in New York, NY
    Mother: Janet Ralston Chase b: 19 SEP 1847 in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH

    Marriage 1 Maria Louisa Moran b: 26 FEB 1881 in New York, NY
    • Married: 29 APR 1910 in Long Island, NY at the Church of the Incarnation
    1. Has No Children Nancy Hoyt b: 1911 in New York
    2. Has No Children Barbara Hoyt b: 1912 in New York
    3. Has No Children Rosalie Hoyt b: 1914 in New York
    4. Has No Children Edwin Chase Hoyt Jr. b: 1916 in Brentwood, Suffolk Co., NY

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