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Edwin Augustus STEVENS
Mary Barton PICTON
Martha Bayard DOD
Husband:  Edwin Augustus STEVENS
Birth:  28 Jul 1795, Castle Point, Hoboken, Hudson Co., NJ
Death:  8 Aug 1868, Paris, France
Occupation:  mechanical and marine engineer
Historical Events:  inventor of the "Stevens plow"; founder of the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken
Father:  Col. John STEVENS (1749-1838)
Mother:  Rachel COX (1761-1839)
Marriage-1:  1836
Wife-1:  Mary Barton PICTON
Birth:  ca. 1800, West Point, Orange Co., NY
Death:  bef. 1854
Father:  Rev. Thomas PICTON, b. 1776/7, Wales
Marriage-2:  22 Aug 1854, NJ
Wife-2:  Martha Bayard DOD
Birth:  15 May 1831, Princeton, Mercer Co., NJ
Death:  1 Apr 1899
Father:  Rev./Prof. Albert B. DOD
Mother:  Caroline Smith BAYARD
Children with Mary Barton PICTON :
1.  Mary Picton STEVENS, b. 19 May 1840, Hoboken, Hudson Co., NJ; d. 21 Sep 1903
2.  Elizabeth Binny STEVENS, died in infancy
Children with Martha Bayard DOD:
3.  John STEVENS, b. Jul 1856, NJ; d. 25 Jun 1883, NJ
4.  Edwin Augustus STEVENS, Jr., b. 12 Mar 1858, Philadelphia, Philadephia Co., PA; d. 1918, Washington, DC
5.  Carolyn Bayard STEVENS, b. 21 Nov 1859, NJ; d. 1932
6.  Julia Augusta STEVENS, b. 18 May 1863, NJ; d. 25 Dec 1870, NJ
7.  Robert Lingston STEVENS, b. 26 Aug 1864, NJ
8.  Charles Albert STEVENS, b. 14 Dec 1865; d. 27 Mar 1901
9.  Richard STEVENS, b. May 1868, NJ
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; UK, United Kingdom; USA, US, United States, District of Columbia, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania

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1.  Marriage Record:

2.  1840

3.  1850

4.  1860 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #4-5 of 8):  Hoboken P.O., Weehawken Twp., Hudson Co., NJ, Roll M653_694, pp. 716-717, PN 246-247, 1411/1936, enumerated 27 Aug 1860, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Edwin A Stevens 64 M   Gentleman 200,000 1,000,000 NY
M B Stevens 29 F         NJ
John Stevens  4 M         "
Edwin A  "   Jr  2 M         Pa
C B Steven  1 F         NJ
Thos Picton 83 M       10,000 Whales
E Stroup 56 F   House Keeper   1,500 Pa
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Isabela Lesbie 45 F   Nurse   400 Ireland
Elizabeth Hughs 30 F   "     "
Sarah O Conner 20 F   Maids     "
Rose O Conner 23 F   "     "
Rose Sullivan 24 F   Dairy Maid     "
Catharine Shae 32 F   Laundress     "
Mathew Collins 33 M   Coachman     "
Peter Lee 62 M N Waiter     NJ
Susan Potter 42 F N Cook     Pa

5.  1870 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #1 of 15):  Hoboken P.O., Town of Weehawken, Hudson Co., NJ, Roll M593_865, p. 399A, PN 1, 2/2, enumerated 14 Jun 1870, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Stevens Martha 39 M W No occupation     New Jersey
_______ John 13 M W       New Jersey
_______ Edwin 12 M W       New Jersey
_______ Carrie  9 F W       New Jersey
_______ Julia  7 F W       New Jersey
_______ Robt L  6 M W       New Jersey
_______ Charles  4 M W       New Jersey
_______ Richard  2 M W       New Jersey
Stroup Ellen 67 F W House Keeper     PA
Dowling Ann 27 F W Domestic     Ireland

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