Walter Wesley DICKINSON

ABT 1880 - ____

Family 1 : Frances E. CAIN
  1. +James F. DICKINSON

    __
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|  |__
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|--Walter Wesley DICKINSON 
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|   __
|__|
   |__

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[34834] [S92] Rathbun.FTW2.FBC.FTW

[34835] [S93] Rathbun.FTW2.FTW

[34836] [S94] Rathbun.Warboys.FTW

[34837] [S92] Rathbun.FTW2.FBC.FTW

[34838] [S93] Rathbun.FTW2.FTW

[34839] [S94] Rathbun.Warboys.FTW

[141249] [S92] Rathbun.FTW2.FBC.FTW


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Rufino ESTORES

1 May 1898 - 3 Apr 1973

Family 1 : Jovita ROBLES
  1. +Luz ESTORES

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|  |__
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|--Rufino ESTORES 
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|   __
|__|
   |__

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William FLINT

17 Jul 1685 - ____

Father: William FLINT
Mother: Abigail NICHOLS

Family 1 : Susanna Pope FLINT
  1. +Jerusha FLINT

                    _Thomas FLINT _____+
 _William FLINT ___|
|                  |_Mary D. DOUGHTON _+
|
|--William FLINT 
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|                   _John NICHOLS _____
|_Abigail NICHOLS _|
                   |_Abigail KENDALL __+

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[94507] [S787] James I. Justeson - gedcom

[94508] [S787] James I. Justeson - gedcom

[147229] [S787] James I. Justeson - gedcom


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Edward Dustin GOODMAN

1 Mar 1833 - 15 Apr 1834

Father: Theodore Jones GOODMAN
Mother: Caroline HURLBUT


                           _________________
 _Theodore Jones GOODMAN _|
|                         |_________________
|
|--Edward Dustin GOODMAN 
|
|                          _Isaiah HURLBUT _+
|_Caroline HURLBUT _______|
                          |_Lucy NARMORE ___

INDEX

[80624] [S141] Hurlbut Genealogy

[80625] [S141] Hurlbut Genealogy


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John Bunyon HURLBERT

[76324]

24 Jul 1820 - 4 Apr 1889

Father: Nathan HURLBUT
Mother: Sarah BONFOEY

Family 1 : Mary SWEATMAN
  1.  Sarah HURLBERT
  2. +David Albert HURLBERT
  3.  William S. HURLBERT
  4.  James Webster HURLBERT
  5.  Ellen HURLBERT
  6.  John Emery HURLBERT
  7.  Mary HURLBERT
  8.  Joseph Hubbard HURLBERT
  9.  Lorenzo Dow HURLBERT
  10.  Louise HURLBERT
  11.  Katie Filo HURLBERT
  12.  Henry Prescott HURLBERT
  13.  Vermell A. HURLBERT
  14.  Leonidas B. HURLBERT

                   _John Churchill HURLBUT _+
 _Nathan HURLBUT _|
|                 |_Patience CHILDS ________
|
|--John Bunyon HURLBERT 
|
|                  _________________________
|_Sarah BONFOEY __|
                  |_________________________

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[76324] John "Bunyon" Hurlbert

[76326] He states in the 1870 census that he was born in Illinois and spelled hi name Hurlbut. While in the 1860 and 1850 census he says he was born in New York.

[76325] [S1134] Lloyd Hurlbert's Family Origins

[76327] [S1134] Lloyd Hurlbert's Family Origins

[76328] [S1134] Lloyd Hurlbert's Family Origins

[145593] [S1134] Lloyd Hurlbert's Family Origins


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Julia A HURLBURT

[73435]

22 Feb 1865 - ____

Father: William HURLBUT
Mother: Betsey A. CLARK

Family 1 : SULLIVAN

                    _Major HURLBUT _+
 _William HURLBUT _|
|                  |_Phebe JACKSON _
|
|--Julia A HURLBURT 
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|                   ________________
|_Betsey A. CLARK _|
                   |________________

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[73435] Resided in Washington, Ct in 1880's

[73434] [S291] Hurlbut Genealogy

[144851] [S1032] Barbara Hurlburt Menchin


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Frank C MILLER

22 Apr 1869 - ____

Father: Cyrus B MILLER
Mother: Irena Ann RESSEGUIE


                        ____________________
 _Cyrus B MILLER ______|
|                      |____________________
|
|--Frank C MILLER 
|
|                       _Aaron RESSEGUIE ___+
|_Irena Ann RESSEGUIE _|
                       |_Betsey Ann DENNEY _+

INDEX

[125991] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[125992] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani


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Eli MOORE

9 Apr 1803 - ____

Father: Emmor MOORE Sr.
Mother: Hannah WOODWARD


                    _Nathaniel MOORE Sr._+
 _Emmor MOORE Sr.__|
|                  |_Hannah HUNT ________+
|
|--Eli MOORE 
|
|                   _Nayle WOODWARD _____
|_Hannah WOODWARD _|
                   |_Lydia BRINTON ______

INDEX

[48686] [S92] Rathbun.FTW2.FBC.FTW

[48687] [S93] Rathbun.FTW2.FTW

[48688] [S94] Rathbun.Warboys.FTW

[48689] [S92] Rathbun.FTW2.FBC.FTW

[48690] [S93] Rathbun.FTW2.FTW

[48691] [S94] Rathbun.Warboys.FTW


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Mindwell TAYLOR

5 Nov 1663 - ____

Father: Stephen TAYLOR
Mother: Elizabeth NEWELL


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 _Stephen TAYLOR ___|
|                   |__
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|--Mindwell TAYLOR 
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|                    __
|_Elizabeth NEWELL _|
                    |__

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Samuel WALLACE Sr

[117784]

1 Aug 1753 - 11 Mar 1848

Father: John WALLIS Jr
Mother: Elisabeth POND

Family 1 : Sarah TOWNE
  1. +Samuel WALLACE Jr
  2.  Unknown WALLACE

                   _John WALLIS Sr__+
 _John WALLIS Jr__|
|                 |_Mary TWITCHELL _+
|
|--Samuel WALLACE Sr
|
|                  _Caleb POND _____+
|_Elisabeth POND _|
                  |_Elisabeth LYON _

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[117784] on this 14th day of August 1832 personally appeared in open court, beforethe hon. the court of probate for the district of Bennington, now sitting, Samuel Walice a resident of Stamford in the county of Bennington andthe state of Vermont aged 77 yrs who being duly sworn according to law ,doth , on his oath , make the following Declaration, in order to obtainthe benefit of the act of congress passed June 7, 1832. That he enteredthe service of the United States under the following named officers andserved as herein stated. That in the forepart of March in the year 1775or 1776 according to his best recollection at Sutton in the county ofWorcester State of Massachusetts he enlisted under Capt Samuel BaldwinCol. Leonard Regt . Massachusetts State Troops as he understood for theterm of 8 months and marched to Roxbury Mass where he remained during histerm of Service. General Ward was the first in command . That he wasdischarged about the 1st of November 1775 or 1776 at Roxbury after havingserved the full term of his engagement and returned to Sutton. That inabout a week after he volunteered for 3 months under the same CaptBaldwin and marched Immediatly to Roxbury where he remained til his termof service expired. Some time in the month of February 1776 or 1777 hewas dismissed and he returned home to Sutton . That in a short time afterhe was drafted for 9 months into a company under the command of CaptDaniel Boulsten? of Sutton Mass in Col Wayne regt . and marched soonafter to the city of New York where he stayed about 2 months and thenretreated with the army from the city to White Plains were they werepursued by the british and where a short short action was fought and theBritish retreated and The Americans pursued . That he marched with thearmy to Jerseys Near Elizabeth Town at which place he was dischargedwhich was the later part of December or the forepart of JanuaryFollowing. That he returned to Sutton and voluntered in the month ofMarch 1778 for the term of 6 months under Capt Joseph Sibley col Keyesregt. and marched immediatly to Providence Rhode Island and from there toEast Greenwich an then to North Kingston and then to South Kingston thento Warren Rhode Island and from there to Tivertown and the back to NorthKingston where he was discharged which he thinks was in the month ofSeptember 1778 the later part of the month. Thinks there was a major cook and a Lt COL Wade in command . That in the year 1779 in the month ofJune he thinks the 8th day at Sutton Aforsaid he volunteered under CaptSamuel Grout of the town of worcester in col Golden Regt. for the term of3 months and marched from Sutton to Bristol and crossed over to NewportRhode Island where he remained til his term of service expired and he wasdismissed and then returned home to Sutton. That in the Spring orforepart of Summer of 1781 at Sutton Aforesaid he volunteered for 3months under Capt Reuben Davis in col Seth Reeds Militia regt and marchedto West Point and remained there until his term of service expired andwas dismissed . He Hereby relinqueshes every claim whatever to a pensionor an annuity except the present and he declares that his name is not onthe pension roll of any agency of any State. He declares that he has nodocumentary evidence and knows of no person alive who can testify to hisservice . In answer to the interrogatories propounded by the court theapplicant declares 1st that he was born in Douglas Mass August 01, 1755.2nd has no record of his age . 3rd that he lived in Sutton mass when heentered the service Shortly after the peace he removed to Windsor Masslived there 5 yrs then removed to Adams Mass lived there about 10 yrsthen Removed to Stamford Vermont where he has lived ever since . 4th thathe was a volunteer in all cases except as stated above . 5th does notrecollect the names of any of the regular officers except those named inthe foregoing declaration. 6th recieved a discharge at the expiration ofthe 9 months service but has lost it . That he never recieved any otherdischarge . Samuel Walice his x mark. Witness William Haswell sworn toand subscribed the day and year aforesaid. Application for a transferState Of Vermont County of Bennington on this 6th day of April ad 1837before me the subscriber a justice of the peace for the said county ofBennington , Personally appeared Samuel Walice who, on his oath, declaresthat he is the same person who formerly belonged to the company commandedby Capt Reuben Davis in the regiment commanded by colonel Wade in theservice of the United States . That his name was placed on the pensionrolls of the State of Vermont from whence he is about to Remove to Lisbonin the county of Saint Lawrence , State of New York where he intends toremain , and wishes his pension to be there payable in the future , andthat his reasons for moving to the State Of New York are he has purchaseda small farm there and intends it for his future residence. Sworn andsubscribed to before me the day and the year Aforesaid O.C. MerrillJustice of Peace. Samuel Walice his Mark X.

[117785]

[117780] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[117781] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[117782] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[117783] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[150128] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani


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John WASS

1823 - 1908

Father: William WASS
Mother: Polly HUMPHREY

Family 1 : EMILY
  1.  Eleanor WASS
  2. +Dealancey L WASS

                   _Adam WASS _+
 _William WASS ___|
|                 |_ ANNA _____
|
|--John WASS 
|
|                  ____________
|_Polly HUMPHREY _|
                  |____________

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[122588] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[122589] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[122590] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani

[150915] [S1084] Stephen Louis Schifani


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