1857 Myron James LivingstonBorn: Mar. 15, 1857 in Manchester Township, Boone County, IL Died: Feb. 29, 1936 in Windsor (or Binghamton), Broome Co., NY He is buried at Riverside Cemetery in Windsor, Broome County, NY or possibly at Cascade Valley Cemetery in Windsor, Broome County, NY. There is conflicting information about this; investigation continues. His father was 1829 Thomas Tobias Livingston. His mother was 1829 Nancy Christina Jones. He was married July 15, 1882 to 1866 Caroline Lucretia Burhyte. They had these children together: 1883 John Jacob Livingston died Jan. 26, 1887 1885 Fannie Kathern Livingston married to Frank L. Weidman 1887 Forrest Myron Livingston married to Viola Amelia Doolittle 1890 Elwyn James Livingston married to Viola Cleveland 1892 Bessie Ann Livingston married to John L. (or R.) Tanner 1895 Minor Howard Livingston married to Ada Teale 1896 George McKinley Livingston married to Mabel Bullock 1898 Austin Thomas Livingston married to Norma Rose Pulis 1900 Eva Mae Livingston married to Nelson A. Pulz 1908 Edna Lucretia Livingston married to Elmer Harvey Benson N.B.: There may have been another child - 1909 Lewis Myron Livingston, however this is not known for certain, and in fact this person may have been born into a different family...investigation continues. I think the photo at upper right was taken in 1909; if so, Myron would have been 52 years old at the time. James Alan Sherman; most info from my cousin, Charlie Woodruff To the right are copies of his birth and marriage records. Genealogy HOME Search Tool. Here is a link to a 1918 reunion photo, showing many members of the Livinston, Burhyte and other families. In this photo below right are all surviving children of Myron and Caroline. I believe this photo was taken in 1950. The man at center of the visible group looks like Forrest, and the man to his left is probably Elwyn; the man at far right, only partly visible, must be either George or Minor. The four women would be Fannie, Bessie, Eva and Edna, but I don't know which is which here. I will hazard a guess that Edna is front left, Eva is behind her, Fannie is at far right, and Bessie is to Fannie's right, our left. I am basing this hunch solely on their respective ages. The man inside the house, barely visible, is not recognizable to me. He is most likely the husband of one of the four ladies. Investigation continues.