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James W. Apthorp (1820 - 1893)

James W. Apthorp
Born in Caxton, Cambridgeshire, Englandmap
Husband of — married 1841 in Caxton, Cambridgeshire, Englandmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Sinclairville, Chautauqua, NYmap
Profile last modified | Created 2 Jan 2013
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Biography of James W. APTHORPE of 1820

James W. Apthorpe was born in 1820, the son of John Apthorpe Mary Unknown of Caxton, Cambridgeshire, England.

James W. Apthorpe was one of several siblings:

  • William Henry Apthrope, Sr. born 1814
  • James W. Apthorpe, born 1820
  • several others

James W. Apthorpe married Emily Sarah Johnson, the daughter of William Johnson of Cambridgeshire, England, and they had several children:

  • Mary L. Apthorpe, born 1841 and passed away in 1907
  • Thomas Apthorpe, born 1843 and passed away in 1864 in in Alexandria, Virginia while fighting in the United States Union Army during the US Civil War with Company I, J and D of the 49th New York Infantry. His unit fought at Antetim and at Gettysburg and at Fredericksburg, among other battles. His death may have been due to injuries at the Battle of Cold Harbor or the Seige of Petersburg. both which occured shortly before his death.
  • Eliza Apthorpe, born 1847 and passed away in 1919
  • David Samuel Apthorpe, born 1848 and passed away in 1906
  • Richard Apthorpe, born 1851, and passed away in 1935
  • Edward Apthorpe, born in 1859 and passed away in 1939.

James W. Apthorpe immigrated to the United States, and settled in Chautauqua County, New York.

James W. Apthorpe passed away in 1893 in Sinclairville, Chautuaqua County, New York, USA.



Thanks to Cliff Cobb for starting this profile.

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Hi Sharon, another Cambridgeshire category for you to look at. Thanks, Susie.