Samuel Martin Fenn, son of Benjamin S. (Fenn (B35,4) and
Sarah (Scranton) Fenn, was born August 3, 1840, and married in
1872, Addie Miller of Shrewsbury, Pa. After the death of his
brother George W., he purchased the journal he had established,
changing its name to the Lykens, Pa., Register, which he
published. No record of children.
Margaret Maria Fenn, 2d child of Benjamin S. Fenn (B35,4) and
Sarah (Scranton) Fenn, was born June 9, 1842, and married June
30, 1862, Aaron Smith of Collinsville, Conn. Children (Smith):
1. Willie, b. April 22, 1863; d. January 22, 1871.
2. Joseph, b. February 10, 1866. (B35,422)
3. George, b. November 23, 1864. (B35,423)
George W. Fenn, 3d child of Benjamin Sedgwick Fenn (B35,4)
and Sarah (Scranton) Fenn, was born March 25, 1845, and died
in 1866. He married at Harrisburg, Pa., 1864, Annie E. Roberts.
He enlisted in the Zouaves on three months' call, joined a
company of cavalry and was captured at Clear Springs, Va. He
was a prisoner at Lynchburg, but escaped, returned to
Washington and acted as Judge Advocate at Georgetown, D.C.
In August, 1864, he raised a company of cavalry, which was
mustered in as Company C of the 201st Regiment, Pennsylvania
Volunteers, of which he was Captain until the Regiment was
mustered out at the close of the War, when he established a
journal known as the Upper Dauphin Register, which he
conducted until his death. Child:
1. Georgianna. (B35,431)
Annie Fenn, 5th child of Benjamin S. Fenn (B35,4) and Sarah
(Scranton) Fenn, was born June 25, 1849, and married May 19,
1870, Lyman Bristol. Child (Bristol):
1. Howard Arthur, b. January 1, 1875. (B35,451)
Julia Eliza Fenn, 5th child of Lois (Sedgwick) Fenn (B35) and
James Fenn, was born April 26, 1806? and married in 1832 John
VanBuren, M.D., at Kinderhook, N.Y., who graduated at Yale in