Phillip ARNOLD

____ - ____

Family 1 : Lucy BURLINGAME

    __
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|  |__
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|--Phillip ARNOLD 
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|   __
|__|
   |__

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[119418] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[150469] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani


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Liza Jane BATES

ABT 1915 - ____

Family 1 : Henry JOHNSON Sr.
  1. +Henry JOHNSON Jr.

    __
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|  |__
|
|--Liza Jane BATES 
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|   __
|__|
   |__

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[67740] [S92] Rathbun.FTW2.FBC.FTW

[67741] [S93] Rathbun.FTW2.FTW

[67742] [S94] Rathbun.Warboys.FTW

[67743] [S92] Rathbun.FTW2.FBC.FTW

[67744] [S93] Rathbun.FTW2.FTW

[67745] [S94] Rathbun.Warboys.FTW

[139575] [S92] Rathbun.FTW2.FBC.FTW


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Harriet DEMING

____ - 1877

Family 1 : James HURLBUT
  1.  Presilla HURLBUT
  2.  Fanny HURLBUT
  3.  Alice HURLBUT
  4.  Harriet HURLBUT
  5.  Newton R. HURLBUT
  6.  Henry HURLBUT
  7.  James HURLBUT
  8.  Silas HURLBUT
  9.  Barzilla HURLBUT
  10.  Albert HURLBUT
  11.  Emma HURLBUT

    __
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|  |__
|
|--Harriet DEMING 
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|   __
|__|
   |__

INDEX

[71612] [S336] History of Ancient Wethersfiel

[144473] [S336] History of Ancient Wethersfiel

[144474] [S697] IGI File NGS Library


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Katherine FERRIS

23 May 1808 - 26 Oct 1865

Father: Joseph FERRIS
Mother: Mary DENNEY

Family 1 : Peter DENNEY

                  _________________
 _Joseph FERRIS _|
|                |_________________
|
|--Katherine FERRIS 
|
|                 _Richard DENNEY _+
|_Mary DENNEY ___|
                 |_Asenath BOOTH __

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[131884] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[131885] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[131886] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[131887] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[131888] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[152360] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani


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Adam Wesley HURLBERT

[75194]

3 Apr 1838 - 6 Mar 1915

Father: Joseph HURLBUT
Mother: Margaret PARNAL

Family 1 : Margaret MAYHEW
  1.  Mary Jane HURLBERT
  2.  Joseph HURLBERT
  3.  Hester Ann HURLBERT
  4.  William George HURLBERT
  5.  Sarah HURLBERT
  6.  John Wesley HURLBERT
  7.  Bertha HURLBERT
  8.  Mabel HURLBERT
  9.  Peter Truman HURLBERT
  10.  Charles HURLBERT

                    _Adam HURLBUT __+
 _Joseph HURLBUT __|
|                  |_Rebecca BOOTH _+
|
|--Adam Wesley HURLBERT 
|
|                   ________________
|_Margaret PARNAL _|
                   |________________

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[75194] Listed in the 1871 Ontario Census as age "33", birthplace "O", religion "WM", ethnicity "English", occupation "F", district no. "70", sub-dist code "E", division no."1", page no./code "28", county code "GRN", town/twp/ward "Oxford (on Rideau) Twp". His name was spelled "Hurlbert" in the census.

[75193] [S141] Hurlbut Genealogy


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Mary Fidelia HURLBERT

31 Oct 1846 - ____

Father: Joseph Dewey HURLBERT
Mother: Lucinda Chadwick HALL

Family 1 : Andrew C STONE

                          _Joseph Clark HULBERT _+
 _Joseph Dewey HURLBERT _|
|                        |_Phyana DEWEY _________+
|
|--Mary Fidelia HURLBERT 
|
|                         _______________________
|_Lucinda Chadwick HALL _|
                         |_______________________

INDEX

[78235] [S141] Hurlbut Genealogy

[145877] [S141] Hurlbut Genealogy


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Brandon Christopher HURLBUT

____ - ____

Mother: Shannon Marie HURLBUT


                          ___________________________
 ________________________|
|                        |___________________________
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|--Brandon Christopher HURLBUT 
|
|                         _Dantforth Claude HURLBUT _+
|_Shannon Marie HURLBUT _|
                         |_Donna Gayle LAWSON _______

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William HURLBUT

[85241]

2 Feb 1730 - ____

Father: Obadiah HURLBUT
Mother: Love PARSONS

Family 1 : Tabitha WARNER
  1.  William HULBARD
  2.  Love HULBARD
  3.  Zacheas HURLBUT
  4.  Tabitha HURLBUT
  5. +Philip HULBURT
  6.  Diana HURLBUT

                    _William HURLBUT _+
 _Obadiah HURLBUT _|
|                  |_Mary HOWARD _____+
|
|--William HURLBUT 
|
|                   _Philip PARSONS __
|_Love PARSONS ____|
                   |_Anna ____________

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[85241] Removed to Suffield, Ct.. Said to have gone to Vermont. Sometime in August 1771, Oliver Hanchet and John Harmon, Jr., of Suffield complained to Justice Samuel Kent and Alexander King against John Smith and William Hurlbutt (Hulburd), of both of Suffield. They were arrested and on them were found counterfeit New Jersey bills amounting to nearly 100 lbs. After being examined by the justices they were bound over, each in bail of 80 lbs, to the Superior Court to be held in Hartford in September, 1771. Smith was released on a bond furnished by Daniel Gillet, John Southwell, James Harmon and James Halladay, all of Suffield, and Hurlbutt on a bond provided by Ebenezer Hurlbutt, Abraham Curtiss and William Middleton, all of Suffield. Hurlbutt was indicted for having about July 31, 1771, made seventy-eight 15s. New Jersey bills of the emmission of December 31, 1763, while Smith was indicted for having on October 20 made plates and instruments for counterfeiting New York and New Jersey bills; further he was indicted for having struck of 1,000 New Jersey 30s. bills dated April 16, 1764, and of New York bills of the emission of February 16, 1771, the following: one hundred 5 lbs, one hundred 1 lbs, one hundred 10s. and two hundred 10 lbs; a further indictment was for having passed to Jechonias Holcomb of Simsbury twenty counterfeit 30s. New Jersey bills. In a second indictment he was charged with having made a plate for counterfeiting 15s. New jersey bills and for having struck off seventy-eight of them. It was also brought out that he had passed a 5 lbs New York counterfeit to Captain Elihu Kent. Smith pleaded not guilty and moved for new bail, which was granted in the amount of 150 lbs, for which sum Messers Gillet , Southwell, Harmon and Holladay "foolishly" gave bond, for when the jury returned with a verdict of guilty, Smith had decamped and the bond was declared forfeited. the bondsmen petitioned the Assembly in October that the amount be reduced to 80 lbs but their request was denied. Hurlbutt also failed to appear, so that his bond was delared forfeited and two of his bondmen, Curtiss and Middleton, were jailed in Hartford. Middleton took the oath provided for poor prisoners and was released; when it was reported that Curtiss was planning to do the same but had conveyed his estate into the hands of others, the Assembly orderd an investigation. The third bondsman, Ebenezer Hurlbutt, offered to give his bond for 25 lbs payable within one year and his propostion was accepted by the legislators. The informers, Hanchet and Harmon, received 20 lbs as a reward.

Hurlbutt, after his failure to appear in court, seems to have gone free for a short time but on November 15, 1771, the King's Attorney, Thomas Seymour, issued a complaint against Hurlbutt, who was the arrested by Oliver Hanchet and taken before Justice Benjamin Payne. Hurlbutt was bound over in 100 lbs to appear at the Superior Court to be held in Hartford in March, 1772. The prisoner's father and brother, Obediah Hurlbutt and Obediah Hurlbutt, Jr., of Enfield provided a bond and William was released. Soon, however, they either became apprehensive or laid a plot to enable him to escape, for they had him taken into custody in February, 1772, and secured in the debtors room in the Hartford jail. He soon broke out and escaped and his bondmen petitioned the Assembly to have the forfeited bond abated, a request which the legislators denied. At the same time the Assembly voted Hanchet a reward of 10 lbs.

Obediah Hurlbutt, Jr., on March 20, 1772, prepared an advertisement offering a reward of five dollars and charges for seizure of his brother. It read in part:

"He is a person about fortey years of age of Dark complexion Dark eyes wares his own Dark hair of a mideling Stature well sett a shue maker by trade. New England born wares a Lightish colourd coate pale blue Dublebrested Jacot and Dearskin breeches and is sopoed now to be in som of the western or northern parts of the province of Nueyork Nuejersey in connection with money making tribe who have of late so much infested the coloneys...."

William was eventually taken up and jailed on August 3, 1772, but after about a week he broke jail, in company with others, by the aid of an instrument gotten to him from without, all of which Oliver Hanchet considered a trick devised by Obediah Hurlbutt, Jr. William then went off to New York, where he soon fell into the clutches of the law.

Per "Vermont Families in 1791" he was a Sargent the Vermont Militia. (p.181)

[85242] [85243]

[85236] [S724] David McLoughlin

[85237] [S725] Dr. Ray G. Hulburt - 1937

[85238] [S757] Vermont Families in 1791

[85239] [S784] Hist Enfield, Ct. Vol II

[85240] [S793] Hist Enfield, Ct. Vol I

[146677] [S725] Dr. Ray G. Hulburt - 1937

[146678] [S784] Hist Enfield, Ct. Vol II


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Joseph MORSE*

[94303]

26 Sep 1649 - 19 Feb 1717

Father: Joseph MORSE , Sr.
Mother: Hannah PHILLIPS

Family 1 : Hannah BADCOCK\BABCOCK
  1.  James MORSE ,Sr.
  2. +Isaac MORSE

                      _Samuel MORSE* ____+
 _Joseph MORSE , Sr._|
|                    |_Elizabeth JASPER _+
|
|--Joseph MORSE* 
|
|                     ___________________
|_Hannah PHILLIPS ___|
                     |___________________

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[94303] Title: Captain . . . loyalist service. Wife #1, Mehitabel Wood, #2 Hannah ?, #3 Hannah Babcock

[94304]

[94300] [S787] James I. Justeson - gedcom

[94301] [S787] James I. Justeson - gedcom

[94302] [S787] James I. Justeson - gedcom

[147200] [S787] James I. Justeson - gedcom


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Lemon Edward SHERMAN

14 Dec 1836 - 10 Aug 1865

Father: Hiram Starr SHERMAN
Mother: Sophronia CURTISS

Family 1 : Anna Marilla SEAMAN
  1.  Hiram SHERMAN
  2.  Hattie SHERMAN
  3.  Jennie SHERMAN
  4. +Byron Emmett SHERMAN
  5. +Edward SHERMAN

                        _Judson SHERMAN _+
 _Hiram Starr SHERMAN _|
|                      |_Percy RILEY ____
|
|--Lemon Edward SHERMAN 
|
|                       _________________
|_Sophronia CURTISS ___|
                       |_________________

INDEX

[110583] [S1080] GEDCOM File C:\TMGW\SHERMAN.GE

[110584] [S1080] GEDCOM File C:\TMGW\SHERMAN.GE

[110585] [S1080] GEDCOM File C:\TMGW\SHERMAN.GE

[149347] [S1080] GEDCOM File C:\TMGW\SHERMAN.GE


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