Birth: Nov. 4, 1780 in Ticonderoga,
Death: Aug. 12, 1853 in Dickinson Center, New York
Uri Waste (Uriah Waste) was born
in Ticonderoga, New York in 1780 during the American Revolution.
He was the son of Bezaleel and Joanna Waste. Regarding his name:
in the Old Testament, Uri was the son of Bezaleel. Bezaleel was
the man who constructed the Ark of the Covenant.
In the War of 1812, he served in
the 23 Regiment (Cook's) of the New York Militia in the rank
of private. His brother Bezaleel, Jr., and nephew Ira Charles
Waste served in the same regiment.
Uri married Martha Morse on Dec.
11, 1805 in Ticonderoga, New York. (She was also called Patty.)
The 1820 federal census listed Uri Waste as a resident of Hague,
Warren County, New York. His parents had lived in Hague at the
time Uri and his sister Joanna were born. Uri's sister Patience
and husband Uri Balcom also came back from Wilmington, Vermont
to live in Hague. Even his brother Bezaleel Waste, Jr. and wife
Diadama moved to Hague,but they returned sometime after 1809
to Somerset, near Wilmington.
Martha Morse (Patty
Birth: May 7, 1785 in Wardsborough,
Death: Dec. 13, 1842
Uri died on Aug. 12, 1853 in Dickinson
Center, New York. He was buried in the cemetery at Nicholville,
York area including Lake George and Warren and Essex Counties
Click on the map to see entire panoramic
view of the Ticonderoga, New York area.
Children of Uri
and Martha Waste
John Holman Waste, born April 13, 1807
in Bolton, Warren County, New York. He married Almira Hurlbert
on Jan. 25,1832 in Brandon, Rutland Co., Vermont. Their children
listed here. John and Almira lived
in Dickinson Center, Franklin Co., New York. John died Sept.
4, 1884 in Dickinson Center.
Son Waste, born Jan. 14, 1809 but died
on Jan. 15, 1809.
Lewis Allen Waste, born Jan. 25,
1810 in Hague, Warren Co., New York. Lewis died April 18, 1885
in Ogdensburg, Wisconsin. He married Amy Weller in Sept., 1838
in Lawrence, New York. Later, Lewis married Betsy (Robinson)
Moses on Dec. 18, 1853 in Dickinson, New York. She was a widow
with children. Both the 1860 and 1880 census listed Lewis and
Betsy Waste as residents of St. Lawrence, Waupaca Co., Wisconsin.
Lewis died on April 18, 1885 in Ogdensburg, Wisconsin.
Here is a page about Lewis
and his stepson J. R. Moses.
Isaac Morse Waste, born May 4, 1812.
He died on March 13, 1818.
Son Waste, born Dec. 17, 1812. He died
on Dec. 17, 1812.
Uri Smith Waste, born Oct. 21, 1814.
He married Polly Cline on Jan. 14, 1841 in Shoreham, Vermont.
Their children are
listed here. Uri died on March 20,
1873 in Spencer, Iowa.
Charles Cook Waste, born May 12, 1817.
He married Ardelia Livingston in 1860 in Almond, Wisconsin. Charles
died on Aug. 18, 1884 in South Branch, Minnesota.
Elizabeth Persis Waste, born Feb. 2,
1821. She married Isaac Gray on Jan. 8, 1845 in Dickinson Center,
Franklin Co., New York. Elizabeth died on March 7, 1890 in Ogdenburg,
Martha Ann Persis Waste, born Aug. 20,
1819. She died on Dec. 24, 1819.
Patty Lydia Waste, born Aug. 5, 1822.
She died on March 7, 1825.
Lucy Augusta Waste, born May 8, 1826.
She married Charles Nichols on May 7, 1863 in Wisconsin. They
had a son named Charles Moses Nichols, born Feb. 28, 1866. Lucy
died on March 12, 1911 in Ogdenburg, Wisconsin.
Uri Waste, senior, died on Aug. 12,
1853 in Dickinson Center, New York. He was buried in the cemetery
at Nicholville, New York. His wife died on Dec. 13, 1842.