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  • Answers - Nexus Vol. IV No. 3

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    Published Date : June 1987

    (A216) THRESHER/THRASHER - Mary/Molly THRASHER m. at Rehoboth, Mass., 5 Mar. 1758 Ithamar HEALY, who was b. at Rehoboth 18 May 1727, son of Henry (Paul, William HELE) & Hannah (HUNT) HEALY. Ithamar d. after 1803, prob. at Lyndonville, Vt.  Mary d. after 1800, maybe 1803, prob, at Lyndonville.  Ch.: John b. 1760, Comfort b. 1762, both b. at Rehoboth; Lydia b. 1766, James b. 1768, both at Warren, RI.; Nancy b. 1772 in Windham Co., Vt, (prob. Guilford); and Reuben. Sources incl. V.R. of Rehoboth; History of Guilford, Vt.; Lyndonville Town and Land Records.

    Mrs. K. H. Healy, 2492 Regina St., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K2B 6X5

    (A281) REYNOLDS/HARTWELL –James5 REYNOLDS (1745-1825) was son  of James4 (James3, John2-1) & Phebe FOWLER.  See Tillman, S. F., Rennolds-Reynolds Family Register: Christopher Reynolds and his Descendants (1959). Sally/Sarah5 HARTWELL (1751-1836) was dau. of Peter4 (John3-2, William1) and Ruth Mary COLEMAN. S ee Hartwell, John F., The Hartwells of America (1956).  Anc. charts and additional info available for both James & Sally, some of their ch., and desc. of dau. Chloe.

    Neil B. Todd, 26 Walnut Place, Newtonville, MA 02160

    (A293) TABOR/WHITE - Philip TABER was b. in Essex, England, ca. 1605; d. poss. at Tiverton, RI., 1672 or later; m. (1) Lydia MASTERS, dau. of John & Jane MASTERS; m. (2) Jane ___ b. 1605, d. 1669+. Son Thomas2 bp. Feb. 1646; d. at Darmouth, Mass., 11 Nov. 1730; m. (1) Esther COOKE, b. 16 Aug. 1650, d. 1671, dau. of John & Sarah (WARREN) COOKE. (John COOKE was son of Francis1COOKE of the Mayflower; Sarah (WARREN) COOKE was dau. of Richard WARREN, also Mayflower, Ch.: Thomas3, Esther.  Thomas2 m. (2) June 1672 Mary THOMPSON/TOMSON.  Son Philip3  bp. 7 Feb. 1689; m. Susannah ____ Dau. Huldah4, b. at Dartmouth 1724, m. in N.J., 22 Jan. 1747 Peter WHITE.  References: Austin Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island, p. 195; “Taber NEHGS NEXUS, Vol. IV, No.3 Genealogy” in Newport Historical Society, vol. I; the Register 32:20 and 34 198 data on Huldah TABER from query by Mrs. L.E. Weeks.

    Ellen M. Moore 34 Fair Oaks Dr., Lexington, MA 02173

    (A314) CARR/POOR - After searching V.R.s for Newbury, Salisbury Newburyport, and West Newbury, Mass. I believe I have answered my own query John3 CARR m. Elizabeth BROWN int. 18 Jan. 1726 (Carr, Edson I., Carr Family Records).  They were m. at Newbury 29 Mar, 1727.  Son James4 bp. 1734 m. at Newbury 3 Jan. 1760 Anna POOR (church rec., Queen Anne’s Chapel). Also learned info on ch./desc. and on George1 CARR.

    Hugh G. Carr, 1840 Grace Dr., Coshocton, OH 43812

    (A346) Re. Asaph KING, fl. in Vt., 1808, I know of two Asaph KINGs, a generation apart from the one you seek.  Asaph5 (Parmenas4, Thomas3-2, Capt. John1 of Northampton) KING was b. at Enfteld Conn., 9 Jan, 1746/7; d. at Springfield Mass., 10 Oct. 1834 (probate rec.).  He was in Wilbraham. Mass., during the 1790 census.  See Allen, History of Enfield (1900).

    Note that my conclusions involve some peculiar migrations, Asaph and son Abel returned to Enfield after 20 years in other towns.  This raises the possibility that the Enfield and Wilbraham Asaphs were different individuals.  There is no hard evidence either way, but based on circumstantial facts, I believe they are the same person.

    The other Asaph is mentioned in Enfield records betw. 1836 and 1846.  There would seem to be some connection with the older Asaph but none has been found. I am interested in all KING families of New England.

    Brian King, 524 Putnam Ave., Cambridge, MA 02139

    (A402) BABCOCK/HORTON - Mary  BADCOCK (or BABCOCK), dau of Enoch BADCOCK & Susannah (prob GREGORY), m. at Milton, 10 Sept, 1702 David HORTON, b. 14 Oct. 1679, son of Thomas HORTON & Sarah ___.  The par. of Enoch BADCOCK were George and Mary (___) BADCOCK See VR. of Milton, Mass.

    Karle S Packard, 18 Homestead Path, Huntington, NY 11743

    (A417) COLE/HARVEY - Re and. Silence COLE, b. 1751, m. at Taunton 1767 David HARVEY, Jr: Ambrose COLE purchased lands of Capt. Stephen Otis in the Conihassett, 1695.  His house stood on the Cohasset road, forty rods southeast of Round Brook bridge, on the north east of the way.  His first wife’s name was Silence ___". From Deane, Samuel, History of Scituate, Mass. (1831), p. 238.  Deane goes on to list Ambrose’s ch. and their ch.  None is named Silence.  Perhaps your Silence is a grandchild of Ambrose.  I suggest you look in the Scituate V.R.s for the next generation.  So far we have not been able to find where Ambrose COLE came from.

    Mrs. Preston M. Cole, Box 55, Woodstock, VT 05091

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    (A498 and 506) ALWORTH/TIFFANY - Since 1940 I have worked intermittently on genealogies of people in the Harford, Pa., area, Hosea TIFFANY was one of the “Nine Partners” who settled Harford in 1790.  My husband Howard MAYNARD is a desc. of Humphrey1 TIFFANY, who immigrated to America in 1660 from England.  I also knew a present-day John ALWORTH in Harford, who might be kin to your John ALWORTH.  More data on the Maynard-Tiffany connection available, also data on SWEET relatives.

    Sylvia Conway Maynard, 39 Allendale Rd., Binghamton, NY 13903

    (A506) SEYMORE/SWEET - Your Polly SEYMOUR/SEYMORE was dau. of Col. Samuel & Polly (Comstock) SEYMOUR, acc. to The Seymour Family (1939), p. 187.  See also the NYG&B Record 55:39-43.

    Alden C. Manchester, 6609 Pyle Rd., Bethesda, MD 20817

    (A548) MERRILL/CLOUGH – Moses3 MERRILL m. Mary CLOUGH, b. at Salisbury, Mass., 8 Apr, 1677, dau. of John & Mercy (PAGE) CLOUGH.  See Genealogy of Descendants of John Clough of Salisbury, Mass. (1952), vol. 1, p. 55.

    Caroline Lewis Kardell, 10 Marsh Wind Village, Rte. 6A, East Sandwich, MA 02537

    (A548) Mary was the dau. of John & Mercy (PAGE) CLOUGH. Mary was b. 8 Apr. 1677; d. 13 Dec. 1760; m. after 1695 Moses MERRILL.  Mercy PAGE was the dau. of John & Mary (MARSH) PAGE of Hingham, and Haverhill, Mass.  You will find her in The Genealogy of the Descendants of John Clough of Salisbury, Mass., Eva C. Speare, ed. (printed 1952).

    Margaret I. Shirley, No, Conway, NH 03860

    (A553) NUTTING - Concerning Thomas DePau NUTTING, I suggest you contact Philip R. Coe (address c/o NEXUS) who has noted a Thomas b. 1781 in Groton, Mass., son of Peter HUEY & Hannah NUTTING.  See also Brainard, H. W., Nutting Genealogy (1927), p. 37, for a Thomas b. at Westford, Mass., 10 Sept. 1787.  I am Interested in all facets of NUTTING family history.

    Leighton A. Nutting, 155 Sunnyside Place, Libertyville, IL 60048

    (A4) BAKER/WINSLOW - Samuel BAKER was b. 2 Oct. 1638; d. at Marshfield, Mass.; m. 29 Dec. 1656 Elinor/Ellen WINSLOW, b. at Marshfield 1638; d. there 27 Aug. 1676, dau. of Kenelm Winslow, bro. of Gov, Edward Winslow, & Ellen Newton ADAMS, wid. of John Adams of Plymouth.  Ch.: Lydia, b. at Duxbury, Mass., 18 Feb. 1659/60; d. ca. 1752; m. 1681 Josiah KEEN of Marshfield and Pembroke, Mass.  Have family group sheets and other data on this family.

    Richard S. Clark, M.D., F.A.C.S., Atlanta Memorial Hospital, P.O. Box 1026, Atlanta, TX 75551

    (A25) DEWEY/ASHLEY - Have info on Abigail4, Adijah3, Thomas2-1 DEWEY and cousins.  See also Dewey, Louis M., et al. Life of George Dewey and Dewey Family History (1898); and MacKenzie, George N., Colonial Families of the United States of America (reprint 1966).  With so much intermarriage in the early families, I suspect the Ashleys who m. Abijah’s daus. are rel.. to his mother-in-law.

    Charles L. Bacon, Peabody Mill, 66 Brook Rd., Amherst, NH 03031

    (A40) KEITH/TOWER - There are at least three of us who have some knowledge of the KEITH family through an interest in early iron blast furnaces.  In addition to myself, one is a specialist on Vermont ironworks, another on ironworks in New York state.  While I do not have any record of the Ruel KEITH whose par. you seek to identify, it is reasonable to conclude that he was rel. to a Ruel KEITH of the previous generation, son of Zephaniah KEITH of Easton, Mass., who went to Pittsford, Vt., about the time your Ruel was born.  Incidentally, the name Ruel derives from St. Regulus, or “Rule,” who reputedly brought the bones of St. Andrew to Scotland.

    David B. Ingram. 76 Granite St., Foxborough, MA 02035

    ABEL/CANNON - Seek info on Jacob ABEL, arrived 1732 Philadelphia, Pa,, settled Beckman Patent, Dutchess Co., N.Y. He had soot Jeremiah ABEL, m. Alcha CANNON; and David ABEL. Who was Jacob’s wife? Did he move to Saratoga County, N.Y.? When & where did he die? - John D. Bowen, 613

    Chichester Lane, Silver Spring, MD

    20904-3331 (194)


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    ALDRICH/WEST/WALTON - Seek parents of Dexter ALDRICH, b. at Glocester, RI., 20 June 1820 (g.s.), or 18 July 1821 (d. cert.); d. at Cumberland, RI., 18 Jan. 1895; m. Mercy Ann WEST, dau. of Hiram and Elizabeth (PRATT) WEST.  Dexter prob. had brother Eppes W. ALDRICH, m. Rhoda/Lucinda WALTON.

    Mrs. F. K. Cox, 3254 Belvoir Blvd., Beachwood, OH 44122   (195)

    AUSTIN/RATHBUN/SWEET -Seek info on Sarah AUSTIN, b. 1797; d. in Herkimer Co., N.Y., 15 June 1844; wife of John RATHBUN, b. 9 July 1796; m. at Salisbury, N.Y., 19 July 1817. Need proof that she is dau. of William AUSTIN & Sarah SWEET.  Also need place of birth.

    John D. Bowen, 613 Chichester Lane, Silver Spring, MD, 20904-3331  (196)

    BACON/BREED/DEWING - Need names of w. & ch, of John BACON, b. at Dedham. Mass., 31 Jan. 1692/3, son of John and Lydia (DEWING) BACON.  Also need any other info.  Could he be the father of Lydia BACON, b. ca. 1723; m, at Boston, Mass., Joseph BREED?

    Marcella Hancock, 705 Fillmore St., P.O. Box 79, Hanover, IL 61041   (197)

    BISHOP/LEWEN/CURTIS - Seek b. in England of Dep. Gov. James BISHOP, New Haven Colony, d. 24 June 1691; also b. where? of first wife Mary LEWEN, wid. of Thomas CURTIS, Stratford, Conn.; m. when? 1648-51.  James’s bros.: Nathaniel BISHOP, Boston; Henry BISHOP, Boston, d. 11 May 1664; Thomas BISHOP, Ipswich, d. 1671.

    Dorothy S. Levitt, 32633 Pine Canyon Rd., Lake Hughes, CA 93532    (198)

    BROWN/TEW/WATKINS - Need names of w. and ch. of Obediah BROWN, b. 2 Oct. 1712, son of James and Mary (TEW) BROWN of Providence, RI.  Could he be same Obediah who m. at Ashford, Conn., 25 May 1744 Ann WATKINS?

    Marcella Hancock, 705 Fillmore St., P.O. Box 79, Hanover, IL 60141   (199)

    CARYL/YOUNG - Seek desc. Benjamin CARYL, b. at Hubbardston, Mass., 12 Oct. 1773; d. at Buffalo, N.Y., 8 Nov. 1856; m. Susannah YOUNG, b. at Peterborough, N.H., 24 Aug. 1776; d. at Buffalo 1 Mar. 1846.

    M. L. Young, 4200 Sunshine Rd., Miami, FL 33133     (200)

    CURTENIUS/YOUNG/BRAYTON/WETMORE - Seek desc. John L. CURTENIUS, b. 1 Mar. 1801; d. at Utica, N.Y., 26 July 1871; m, 30 May 1821 Mary Foster YOUNG, b. 8 Feb. 1802; d. at Utica, N.Y., 25 Nov. 1880.  Two dau.: Catherine, m. Edward S. BRAYTON; Jane Elizabeth, m. Fred WETMORE.

    M. L. Young, 4200 Sunshine Rd., Miami, FL 33133     (201)

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    DOUGLAS/STONE/LIBBY/SMALL/MESERVE, et al. - Seeking par. of John DOUGLAS, b. at Falmouth, Me., 1755; d. at Bridgeton, Me., 1851; m. 7 July 1771 Mary STONE.  Also par. and ch. of Elisha DOUGLAS, m. 12 Nov. 1753 Abigail LIBBY of Scarboro, Me.  She was b. 17 April 1834.  Also par. of Dea. Joshua SMALL, dau. Abigail m. 17 Mar. 1762 John MESERVE.  Also par. of Nathan ABBOTT, m. Mercy GOWEN.  Also par. of Benjamin NORTON, b. 1747; m. Hannah Stanley POWERS.  Also par. of William BRAGDON, b. 14 July 1754; m. Sarah HAGENS.

    Charleen Smith, 11618 Dorrance, Meadows, TX  77477,         (202)

    ELLENWOOD/WHITCOMB/BACON - Seek further info and anc. of Nathan ELLENWOOD, b. 1/2 Jan. 1772; d. at Bolton, Mass., 4 Sept. 1847; m. 19 Nov. 1795 Sarah (WHITCOMB?) (widow) BACON, b. 1763; d. at Bolton, Mass., 8 Oct. 1842.  They had son Arah, b. at Bolton, Mass., 20 Dec. 1802, and lived at Lancaster, Mass.  Need proof that Sarah was a WHITCOMB.

    John D. Bowen, 613 Chichester Lane, Silver Spring, MD 20904-3331   (203)

    HEMINGWAY/DURANT - Seek par. William HEMINGWAY, m. ___ DURANT.  First record: 200 acres, Horry Co., S.C., 13 July 1791.  Surveyor for Mill’s Atlas (1825).  Thought to have come from Mass. Son Thomas HEMINGWAY; grandsons William Henry Lewis, John Thomas and Joseph Allston HEMINGWAY.

    C. D. Thomas, Rte, 1, Box 29, Winnabow, NC 28479 (204)

    HESTER/HEMINGWAY - Seek info desc. Ebenezer HESTER mm. from England 1853. m. 1854 Eliz. HEMINGWAY who had rem. to Poquonock, Conn., 1848.  With bros. George & Eli & young families, papermakers in Poquonock, 1880.  Ebenezer later ree. Farmington Ave., Unionville, Conn.  Unable to contact rel. Wayne Jones, unlisted ph. Hartford.

    V. Dickinson, 4005 Virginia Rd. #16, Long Beach, CA 90807  (205)

    HITCHCOCK/COON - New research: seek birthplace, anc., info of Shadrack HITCHCOCK, b. in RI. (perhaps Westerly area, Washington Co.), 6 June 1783; m. ca. 1803 Betsey F. COON, b. 1786.  He bought land in Fabius, Onondaga Co., N.Y.  Res. there until d. 1 Aug. 1836; bur. at DeRuyter, Madison Co., N.Y.

    Larry Hitchcock, Urbanstratse 172, 1000 Berlin 61, Germany. (206)

    HUMMEL/RICHTMEYER - Seek anc. Jurg Willem RICHTMEYER and wife Antje HUMMEL of Katsbaan, Ulster Co., N.Y.  Ch., all b. at Katsbaan: Elisabeth, 1748; Johannes, 1749; Coenrad, 1751; Catharina, 1752; Hermanus, 1754; Annatje, 1756; Petrus, 1758; Rachel, 1760; Margaretha, 1764.

    Allen Dean Peterson, 272 St. George St., St. Augustine, FL 32084         (207)

    JOHNSON/CRESAP/THOMAS/CHANEY - All in same area, variously listed as Frederick, Washington, and Alleghany Co., Md.  Seek par. of Capt. Griffith JOHNSON, b. 1732; d. 1804 (Rev. War 1777-1781), Brothers poss. Thomas, Baker, Sister poss. Hannah JOHNSON, w, of Col. CRESAP. Seek par. Elizabeth THOMAS, m. 1759 Capt. Griffith JOHNSON (10 sons, three daus.).  Seek par. Neomy CHANEY, m. 1787 Griffith JOHNSON, Jr.

    Cindy Melancon 3508 Kileen Dr., Amarillo, TX  79109           (208)

    KEEP/PERRY/STEADMAN/WHITING - Were Benjamin STEADMAN & Susannah STEADMAN, m. at Granville, Mass., 30 Dec. 1795, par. of Polly Perry STEADMAN, b. 22 Dec. 1799; d. 25 July 1851; m. at Tolland, Mass., 3 April 1821 Roswell Robinson KEEP?  Polly m. (2) ___ WHITING.  Susannah STEADMAN was dau. of Thomas STEADMAN & Mary PERRY.

    Elizabeth A. Thompson, 3006 Park Ct., Rolling Meadows, IL 60008    (209)

    KING/PARKER/HAGER/MACUMBER - Is Lovice KING, b. at Longmeadow, Mass., 14 Aug. 1796, dau. of Samuel & Nancy (PARKER) KING, the same who m, (1) in Vt., ca. 1820 Daniel Dewey HAGAR?  Ch.: Curtis, Nancy, Sophia, Leroy F., Daniel Dewey, and Samuel King.  Did Lovice m. (2) in Ohio ca. 1853 Job MACUMBER?

    Allen Dean Peterson, 272 St. George St., St. Augustine, FL 32084         (210)

    KNAPP/LYDSTON/MCDOUGAL -Seek par. of Ann Mary (Mattie) Maryann KNAPP, b. in Me., 18 Mar, 1845, dau. of Dr. (?) KNAPP; d. at Sacramento, Calif., 1924; m. 29 Nov. 1865 Arthur Francis LYDSTON, photographer, b. at Newburyport, Mast., ca. 1844. Par.: Francis A. LYDSTON, b. 1820 (desc. of Kittery, Me., LYDSTONS), & Charlotte (MCDOUGAL) LYDSTON, b. in Nova Scotia ca. 1821.  Both fam. migrated to Wis./Ill. area ca. 1850.

    Marianne Felt, 8665 Florin Rd. Sp. 146, Sacramento, CA  95828           (211)

    MCCLELLAND/JACOB/NEWLAND/WESCOTT - Seek info Daniel MCCLELLAND, b. at Saratoga, N.Y., ca. 1776; m. Ursala JACOB, b. at Sheffield, Mass., 1782.  Ch.: Richard, b. in N.Y. 1802, m. Anna NEWLAND; William. b. ca. 1804; Stephen, b. 1807, m. Lucinda; Elisha J., b. in Herkimer Co., N.Y., ca. 1811, m. Miranda WESCOTT; Daniel, Jr., to, Nancy.

    LTC Robert D. Hill, 7640 W. 84th St., Bloomington, MN  55438        (212)

    MOSS/HENSON - Seek par. & anc. of Georgia Ann MOSS, b. poss. in Mo. ca. 1850; m. at Dallas, Tex., 25 April 1865 Benjamin HENSON.  All ch, b. in Tex,: John, 1868; Lillie, 1871; Cuba, 1875; & Rosa, 1878. Georgia d. at Dallas, Tex., ca. 1889.

    Mildred P. Jacobs, 100 Hunters Glen Ct. NE, Atlanta, GA  30328        (213)

    NICHOLS/BLISS/MIGHELL/MOULTON/RUSSELL - Seeking anc., birthplace of William NICHOLS, of Springfield 1712 when m. Sarah (BLISS) MIGHELL; proprietor of Brimfield, Mass. Also seek maiden name of Anna NICHOLS, w. of William. Jr.  Ch. of William & Anna: Sarah, Jerusha (m. Jonathan MOULTON), Anna (m. Solomon RUSSELL), Mary.

    Jane F. Fiske, 44 Stonecleave Rd., Boxford, MA  01921           (214)

    NICKERSON/GAMWELL/GRISWOLD - Seeking info on Sally NICKERSON, b. at or near Hinsdale, Mass., ca. 1805; m. Marcus GAMWELL of Hinsdale; moved to Wayland, Mich., where she d. 20 Nov. 1888.  Ch.: Samuel T., Nancy J. GAMWELL. Nancy to, Thomas GRISWOLD.

    Doris Gamwell Wendell, 377 Queen St., Bridgeport, CT  06606          (215)

    NORTHRUP/MEEKER - Seek par. & anc. of Desire NORTHRUP, b. at Orange, N.J., 8 July 1799; d. in Oregon 9 Feb. 1877/8; m. in N.J. 10 July 1819 Enoch MEEKER, b. in N.J. 1794.  Res. in Gallia Co. & Clermont Co., Ohio; Racine, Wit.; Oregon.

    Pennie Lindsey, 24 Pebblewood Pines, Chico, CA 95926         (216)

    ROOSEVELT/YOUNG - Seek desc. of Rev. Washington ROOSEVELT, b. 1793; d. at Pelham. N.Y., 12 Feb. 1884; m. 23 Jan. 1832 Jane Maria YOUNG, b. at Whitetboro, N.Y., 10 Feb. 1806.

    M. L. Young, 4200 Sunshine Rd., Miami, FL  33133    (217)

    SKELTON/SANSCARTIER/JACOBS/THAYER/CHARLEBOIS/CALDER/CAMERON, et al. - Seek info on John SKELTON, b. ca. 1745; m. Angelique SANSCARTIER & Rebecca JACOBS; res. at St. Andrew, Quebec, Can. 1790-1833.  Ch.: Henry, b. ca. 1795, m. Barbara HARGRAVE; Samuel, b. ca. 1800; m. Margaret THAYER; William. b. ca. 1804, m. Marie-Reine CHARLEBOIS; Charlotte, b. ca. 1804, m. Duncan CALDER; James, b. ca. 1810, m. Eliza TAYLOR; Charles, b. ca. 1812, m. Elizabeth CAMERON; Rebecca, b. 1814, m. Richard HAYS & Donald MCLELLAN.

    LTC Robert D. Hill, 7640 W. 84th St., Bloomington, MN 55438         (218)

    STOKES/BARNARD - Seek info. desc. Thomas STOKES, b. ca. 1682, son of Thomas & Mary (BARNARD) STOKES.  Moved to Waterford, Gloucester Co. (now Camden Co.), N.J.  Is he father of John STOKES who m. Susannah, and did his desc. live in Hartford Co., Md.?

    Marcella Hancock, 705 Fillmore St., P.O. Box 79, Hanover, IL  61041  (219)

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    WAVERLY/JAMES/LONG/BRICKBILL/WRIGHT/MYERS - Seek par. Catherine WAVERLY, b. in Penn. ca. 1814; d. at Sacramento, Calif., 1884; to, John JAMES, b. in England ca. 1810, emigrated ca. 1830. Ch.: William W., b. in Pa., ca. 1839; Jane (BRICKBILL); Margaret (LONG); Ellen (WRIGHT); Lucy (MYERS); Emma.  Lost family from 1839 to 1866 in Sacramento.  Need lost years.

    Marianne Felt, 8665 Florin Rd. Sp. 146, Sacramento, CA 95828            (220)

    WESCOTT/McCLELLAND - Seek par. of Miranda M. WESCOTT, b. in Erie Co., N.Y., 4 Nov. 1824; d. at Monona Ia., 26 Oct. 1913; m. where ca. 1841 Rev. Elisha J. McCLELLAND.  Ch., all b. in Ohio: Percival Wilson, 1846: Celestia B., 1850; Frank W., 1856.  Were Harding & Diantha or Alden/Manlla her par.?

    LTC Robert D. Hill, 7640 W. 84th St., Bloomington, MN 55438         (221)

    WILLARD/DUNSTER/BREWSTER/HAMMOND - Which of Simon WILLARD’s two DUNSTER wives was the mother of Daniel?  Was Daniel’s wife Mehitable CUTLER?  Was George WILLARD’s wife Dorothy DUNSTER?  Has it been proved the w. of Yelverton CROWELL, Yarmouth, was Elizabeth HAMMOND? Are William & Mary BREWSTER’s desc. now accepted as desc. of Charlemagne?

    Muriel Martin 809 Lake Vermillion Ct., SlideIl, LA  70461       (222)

    YOUNG/EUSON/McARTHER -Seek desc. of Commodore John J. YOUNG (U.S.N.), b. at Whitesboro, N.Y., 27 Oct. 1794; d. at Baltimore, Md., 4 Nov. 1875; to, at Baltimore, Md., 26 Sept, 1816 Cornelia EUSON.  Son: George YOUNG, d. 30 April, 1867. Dau.: Mary Stone YOUNG, b. 27 Jan, 1819; m. William Pope McARTHUR.

    M. L. Young, 4200 Sunshine Rd., Miami, FL  33133    (223)

    YOUNG/MARLAND/INMAN - Seek desc. of Jeremiah Smith YOUNG, b. at Whitesboro, N.Y., 10 Sept. 1809; d. at Andover, Mass., 26 April 1861; m. Mary B. MARLAND.  Great-granddau.: Jean McLeod YOUNG, b. 1 Jan. 1925; m. at Los Gatos, Calif., 14 Mar. 1948 Robert John INMAN.

    M. L. YOUNG, 4200 Sunshine Rd., Miami, FL 33133            (224)

    YOUNG/MORGAN/BAGG/LOWRY - Seek desc. of Charles Clark YOUNG, b. at Whitesboro, N.Y., 25 July 1804; d. at Watertown, N.Y., 1892; m. Mary B. MORGAN.  Two dau.: Mary Louise, m. at Brooklyn, N.Y., 3 Sept. 1874 Samuel F. BAGG; Charlotte, m. Horatio LOWRY.

    M. L. Young, 4200 Sunshine Rd., Miami, FL 33133     (225)

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