While looking for something else, I found this:
|"Doyle Heman of Pittsford, wf., Alzenia, dau. of Moses and Rhoda Jackman."|
|"Jackman, Moses, wf., Rhoda, dau. of John and Rebecca Collins of Mendon."|
Collins, John. Mendon. died Jan. 5, 1833
Widow, Rebecca Collins, who died Mar. 31, 1833. She was Adm. Apr. 1833.
John Collins appointed Adm. May 14, 1833.
Children, viz. William and Nathan Collins of Barre, N.Y. John Col-
lins of Sing Sing, N.Y. child of a deceased son, William Collins.
Children of Rhoda (wife of Moses Jackman) deceased daughter, viz.
Flora, wife of Holly Dagget of Henrietta. Cyrus Jackman of Sardinia
Erie Co. N.Y. Alzeria, wife of Heman Doyle of Pittsford.
Children of a deceased daughter, Rebecca, wife of Jonah D. Symonds,
viz. George and Joel Symonds of Sardinia, N.Y. Huldah, wife of
Anson Lord of Royalton, N.Y. Darwin and Laura Symonds and William
Symonds, of Rochester. John Collins, a son, of Mendon, Thomas
and George T. Collins of Sardinia, N.Y. both sons of the deceased.
Avis, wife of Samuel Potter of Vt. a daughter, Laura, wife of Oliver
Goodspeed, a daughter, of Genesee or Erie Co., N.Y. Livonia, wife of
Ellery Stone of Warren, Pa. a daughter. Children of Phebe, wife of
Thomas Leet, a deceased daughter, viz. Carolina, wife of --Lippett, of
Farmington, Ontario Co., N.Y. Thomas Leet, residence unknown, both of
full age, and John Leet, ae. 19, of Henrietta, N.Y.
The first two entries above were found in the book Married Daughters, the third from the book Intestate Estates of Monroe County: 1821-1863
What makes this especially exciting is that John Collins was a veteran of the Revolutionary War. When I have the time to pursue membership in the DAR, this is an avenue I could go down.
John Collins is buried in Graves Cemetery in Mendon, Monroe, New York.