Darick (aka Darwick) G. & Susan (Barber) Babcock

Clark Co., Wisconsin

 

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Darick G. Babcock was born May 25, 1827 in Scot, Cortland Co., New York, the son of Emerson.  He was an early pioneer of Clark County, Wisconsin, settling in the area in 1869 along with his family.  He was a hard working individual who tried to do his part.

 

August 28, 1864, Darick enlisted with the Union Army as a Private and fought with Company K, 38th Wisconsin Infantry.  He was honorably discharged June 2, 1865.

 

He married Susan E. Barber, the daughter of John and Alice.

 

His daughter, Angie R., married Edward P. Waterman and lived in Granton.  Dean Collins Miller Babcock married Mary Tyler and resided in Owen, Wisconsin.  They had one daughter, Vivian (Mrs. Charles Davis) who lived in Elroy and a son, Roland of Oklahoma.  Hance Babcock married Julia Rack and resided in Centralia, Washington.

 

Darick (Darwick) Babcock died the first of October, 1910.  Susan Elizabeth (Barber) Babcock died January 12, 1899.  Both of them are buried in the Levis Cemetery, Clark Co., Wisconsin, along side their son Emerson who died November 29, 1888.

 

 

Census Records

 

1870 Federal Census - Levis, Clark Co.,  Wis.

Name

Age

Sex

Race

Occupation

Value of Real Estate

Value of Personal Estate

Birth place

Babcock, Darick G.

43

m

w

Farmer

240

300

New York

Babcock, Susan E.

41

f

w

keeping house

   

New York

Babcock, Emerson

18

m

w

works on farm

   

Wisconsin

Babcock, Dean C.

12

m

w

at home

   

Wisconsin

Babcock, Elizabeth E.

8

f

w

at home

   

Wisconsin

Babcock, Hanson H.

6

m

w

at home

   

Wisconsin

Babcock, Addie

4

f

w

at home

   

Wisconsin

Babcock, Angy

4

f

w

at home

   

Wisconsin

 

1880 Federal Census - Levis, Clark Co., Wisconsin
Name Relation Wed? Sex Race Age Nativity Occupation Father's Nativity Mother's Nativity

Derick Babcock

 Self

 M

 Male

 White

 63

 New York

Farming

 Massachusetts

 Massachusetts

Susan Babcock

 Wife

 M

 Female

 W

 52

 New York

Keeping House

 New York

 New York

Dean Babcock

 Son

 S

 Male

 W

 22

 Wisconsin

Farming

 New York

 New York

Libbie Babcock

 Daughter

 S

 Female

 W

 18

 Wisconsin

 

 New York

 New York

Hanson Babcock

 Son

 S

 Male

 W

 16

 Wisconsin

 

 New York

 New York

Angie Babcock

 Daughter

 S

 Female

 W

 14

 Wisconsin

 

 New York

 New York

Addie Babcock

 Daughter

 S

 Female

 W

 14

 Wisconsin

 

 New York

 New York

 

 

1900 Federal Census - Levis, Clark County, Wis.

Name

Relation

Race

Sex

Birth Month

Birth Year

Age

Martial Status

Martial Years

Kids Born

Kids Living

Birth Place

Father birth place

Mother birth place

Occupation

Babcock, Darick G.

head

w

m

May

1827

73

wd

 

 

 

New York

Massachusetts

New York

Farmer

Stumpf, Libbie

daug

w

f

May

1862

38

wd

 

3

1

Wisconsin

New York

New York

dressmaker

Stumpf, Cassie

g-daug

w

f

Nov.

1884

15

s

 

 

 

Wisconsin

Germany

Wisconsin

 

 

1905 State Census - Washburn, Clark County, Wis.

Name

Relation

Race

Sex

Age

Martial Status

Birth Place

Parents Birth Place

Occupation

Waterman, Edward P. head w m 40 m Virginia Engl. Virginia Farmer
Waterman, Angie R. wife w f 39 m Wisconsin New York Housewife
Waterman, Gladys daug w f 1   Wisconsin Vir. & Wis.  
Babcock, Darick G. f-in-l w m 78 m New York Mass. N. Y.  

 

 

Military Records


Name: Darick G. Babcock
Residence: Fox Lake, Wisconsin
Enlistment Date: 28 Aug 1864
Side Served: Union
State Served: Wisconsin
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 28 August 1864.
Enlisted in Company York K, 38th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 28 Aug 1864.
Mustered Out Company York K, 38th Infantry Regiment Wisconsin on 2 Jun 1865.
Source: State of Wisconsin Military Records.

 

 

 

 


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