Wife: Statira Felton (5)
Born: 01 Apr 1803 in Clarence Hollow, Erie, NY
Died: 21 Apr 1884 in Buffalo, NY
01 (F): Delia E. Derrick (6)
Born: 09 Aug 1821
02 (F): Mary E. Derrick (7)
Born: 27 Feb 1823
03 (F): Lucinda S. Derrick (8)
Born: 26 Dec 1825
06 (M): Morris Derrick (13)
Born: 14 May 1831
09 (M): Frederick R. Derrick (18)
Born: 26 Nov 1837
Bybie Luke Derrick:
Buried: Spring Grove, Green, WI
Per Olsen: Info from Leonard F. Raab e-mail of Nov 10, 2000:
Bybea L. Derrick served in War of 1812 : Warren's Regiment, NewYork Militia
Conflicting info: ... may have moved to Spring Grove, Green, WI and died there. From Derthick/Derrick family genealogy by Spencer and Goodpasture, Bybie Derrick, 1795-1849 was buried at the original homestead in Spring Grove.
Spencer Goodpasture says marriage at Clarence Center.
+Bybie Luke Derrick was a veteran of the War of 1812. He is recorded in the "1812 Ancestor Index" (p.147) as a Bugler with the New York Militia. It is likely that Bybie Luke and his family lived for a few years at Freedom in Portage County, Ohio, close to the farm of James A. Derthick. In later years, Bybie Luke turns up in Wisconsin, owning a farm close to that of his older brother, Rodolphus Derrick.
Winfield Scott Derrick was listed in the Chicago City Directories from 1851 to 1865 as a "Carriage Driver". In 1853-54 he lived at 56 Washington St., Chicago. The 1851 listing is more explicit, noting that Winfield was a "Carriage Driver for the American Temperance House."
Levi Felton Derrick established a "Livery Stable" in Chicago and some of his brothers (Winfield, Morris, and Bryant) seemed at one time or another to have been associated with him in this enterprise.
Bryant Derrick was also in Chicago in 1853-54 and was listed as a Carriage Driver for Hamilton House (a hotel).
Helen Derrick married James Merritt. She is entered on the rolls of the D.A.R. as number 28612.
Revised: November 26, 2016